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|game = Gathering Storm
 
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|type = Civilian
 
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|notes = Gain {{Culture6}}, {{Faith6}} and Loyalty from plague-stricken cities.
 
|notes = Gain {{Culture6}}, {{Faith6}} and Loyalty from plague-stricken cities.
   
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Only available if you choose to "Shame the Sinners" after unlocking Castles.
Can only be built in plague-stricken cities.
 
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Have one charge.
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Can be purchased with {{Faith6}}, not with {{Gold6}}
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Mutually exclusive with the [[Scholar (Civ6)|Scholars]].
 
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The '''Flagellant''' is a civilian unit that can gain {{Faith6}}, {{Culture6}} and [[Loyalty (Civ6)|Loyalty]] from plague-stricken cities in [[The Black Death (Civ6)|The Black Death]] [[Scenario (Civ6)|scenario]] in ''[[Civilization VI: Gathering Storm]]''.
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The '''Flagellant''' is a [[Medieval Era (Civ6)|Medieval Era]] [[Units (Civ6)#Civilian|civilian unit]] from [[The Black Death (Civ6)|The Black Death]], a [[Scenario (Civ6)|scenario]] in ''[[Civilization VI: Gathering Storm]]''. It can gain {{Faith6}}, {{Culture6}} and [[Loyalty (Civ6)|Loyalty]] from plague-stricken [[City (Civ6)|cities]].
   
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* Attributes:
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** Has 1 charge.
** Gain {{Faith6}}, {{Culture6}} and Loyalty from plague-stricken cities.
 
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** Can be purchased with {{Faith6}}, but not with {{Gold6}}.
** Can only be built in plague-stricken cities.
 
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** Can only be trained if you choose to "Shame the Sinners" after unlocking [[Castles (Civ6)|Castles]]. Mutually exclusive with the [[Scholar (Civ6)|Scholars]].
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* Abilities:
 
** Purge Sins (consumes 1 charge; gains {{Faith6}}, {{Culture6}} and Loyalty from plague-stricken cities)
   
 
==Strategy==
 
==Strategy==
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==Civilopedia entry==
 
==Civilopedia entry==
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In the religiously-charged world of the late Middle Ages, the plague was thought to be a divine punishment for the sins of humanity. Some groups of people undertook acts of extreme public penitence on behalf of a sinful humanity, processing across the land and whipping—or “flagellating”—themselves, from which practice derives the name. At first, these exhibitions had the (at least tacit) consent of the church authorities, but as the practice became extreme, the ecclesiastical authorities condemned it. This did not end the practice of flagellation, nor the processions of the flagellants.
 
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[[Category:The Black Death (Civ6)]]

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The Flagellant is a Medieval Era civilian unit from The Black Death, a scenario in Civilization VI: Gathering Storm. It can gain Faith Faith, Culture Culture and Loyalty from plague-stricken cities.

  • Attributes:
    • Has 1 charge.
    • Can be purchased with Faith Faith, but not with Gold Gold.
    • Can only be trained if you choose to "Shame the Sinners" after unlocking Castles. Mutually exclusive with the Scholars.
  • Abilities:
    • Purge Sins (consumes 1 charge; gains Faith Faith, Culture Culture and Loyalty from plague-stricken cities)

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Civilopedia entry

In the religiously-charged world of the late Middle Ages, the plague was thought to be a divine punishment for the sins of humanity. Some groups of people undertook acts of extreme public penitence on behalf of a sinful humanity, processing across the land and whipping—or “flagellating”—themselves, from which practice derives the name. At first, these exhibitions had the (at least tacit) consent of the church authorities, but as the practice became extreme, the ecclesiastical authorities condemned it. This did not end the practice of flagellation, nor the processions of the flagellants.