Like all pantheons that rely on specific terrain types, Dance of the Aurora attempts to boost the desirability of an otherwise unappealing terrain. It requires an appropriate start and the player having more interest in Faith than whatever other bonuses may be obtained (e.g. extra Food from Deer Camps through Goddess of the Hunt).
If a civilization can make any use of extra Faith, however, a pantheon that specializes in generating absurd amounts of Faith is certainly a good choice. Combining this pantheon's benefits with those of Peter in particular will result in a LOT of Faith, due to Russia's civilization ability of obtaining extra Faith and Production. This Faith can then be invested in religious wars or recruitment of Great People. Wilfrid Laurier (another leader with a Tundra start bias) can also potentially make good use of it, although Faith is not a particularly strong suit of his.
Another side-effect of the pantheon to keep in mind is that almost all your Holy Sites will trigger a "Splendid Holy Site Completed" Historic Moment upon completion.
|Religions and Pantheons in Civilization VI|
City Patron Goddess • Dance of the Aurora • Desert Folklore • Divine Spark • Earth Goddess • Fertility Rites • Fire Goddess • God of Craftsmen • God of Healing • God of the Forge • God of the Open Sky • God of the Sea • God of War • Goddess of Festivals • Goddess of the Harvest • Goddess of the Hunt • Initiation Rites • Lady of the Reeds and Marshes • Monument to the Gods • Oral Tradition • Religious Idols • River Goddess • Religious Settlements • Sacred Path • Stone Circles