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Mvemba a Nzinga

Leaders are symbolic representatives of the playable civilizations in Civilization VI. They are based on historical figures who accomplished great things or successfully led their people through periods of adversity.

Each leader has both a unique ability (which gives him or her special bonuses and gameplay advantages) and an agenda (which affects how he or she plays the game and interacts with other players when controlled by the AI). Some leaders' unique abilities allow them to unlock unique units, buildings or tile improvements after researching specific technologies or civics.

In vanilla Civilization VI, there is one leader for each civilization (except the Greeks). The Rise and Fall expansion adds Chandragupta as an Indian leader, and the Gathering Storm expansion adds Eleanor of Aquitaine as an English and French leader. As of Gathering Storm, the total number of leaders in the game is 45. Civilization VI: New Frontier Pass will add 9 more, for a total of 54 leaders.

List of LeadersEdit

Leader Civilization Leader Ability Leader Agenda
Alexander (Civ6)
Alexander[1]
Macedonian (Civ6)
Macedonian[1]
To the World's End

Macedonian cities never incur war weariness. All military units heal completely when a city with a Wonder is captured. Gain the Hetairoi unique unit with Horseback Riding.

Short Life of Glory

Likes civilizations at war with powers other than Macedon. Dislikes civilizations at peace. GS-Only Grievances (Civ6) Grievances against this leader decay at twice the usual rate.

Amanitore (Civ6)
Amanitore[2]
Nubian (Civ6)
Nubian[2]
Kandake of Meroë

+20% Civ6Production Production towards District (Civ6) districts, increasing to +40% Civ6Production Production if there's a Nubian Pyramid adjacent to the City Center.

City Planner

Tries to keep the maximum number of District (Civ6) districts in each city, and likes those that do the same. Dislikes civilizations that don't build as many districts as possible in their cities.

Catherine de Medici (Civ6)
Catherine de Medici
French (Civ6)
French
Catherine's Flying Squadron

+1 level of DiplomaticVisibility6 Diplomatic Visibility with every encountered civilization. Receives a free Spy (and extra Spy capacity) with Castles. All Spies start with a free promotion.

Black Queen

Gains as many Spies and as much DiplomaticVisibility6 Diplomatic Visibility as possible, and likes those who do the same. Dislikes civilizations that ignore these espionage activities.

Chandragupta (Civ6)
Chandragupta R&F-Only
Indian (Civ6)
Indian
Arthashastra

Can declare a War of Territorial Expansion with Military Training, instead of Mobilization. +2 Civ6Movement Movement and +5 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength for all units for the next 10 turns after declaring a War of Territorial Expansion.

Maurya Empire

Dislikes civilizations that have cities close to his borders, and will try to conquer them. Likes civilizations that are not his neighbors.

Cleopatra (Civ6)
Cleopatra
Egyptian (Civ6)
Egyptian
Mediterranean's Bride

International TradeRoute6 Trade Routes grant +4 Civ6Gold Gold. TradeRoute6 Trade Routes sent to Egypt from other civilizations provide +2 Civ6Food Food for them and +2 Civ6Gold Gold for Egypt.

R&F-Only International TradeRoute6 Trade Routes grant +4 Civ6Gold Gold. TradeRoute6 Trade Routes sent to Egypt from other civilizations provide +2 Civ6Food Food for them and +2 Civ6Gold Gold for Egypt. +100% Alliance Points from trading with allies.

Queen of the Nile

Likes civilizations with powerful militaries, and will try to ally with them to avoid conflict. Dislikes civilizations with weak militaries.

Cyrus (Civ6)
Cyrus[1]
Persian (Civ6)
Persian[1]
Fall of Babylon

+2 Civ6Movement Movement for all units for the next 10 turns after declaring a Surprise War. Surprise Wars count as Formal Wars for the purposes of warmongering penalties and war weariness. Occupied cities have no penalties to their yields.

R&F-Only +2 Civ6Movement Movement for all units for the next 10 turns after declaring a Surprise War. Surprise Wars count as Formal Wars for the purposes of warmongering penalties and war weariness. Occupied cities have no penalties to their yields. +5 Loyalty per turn in occupied cities with a garrisoned unit.

GS-Only +2 Civ6Movement Movement for all units for the next 10 turns after declaring a Surprise War. Declaring a Surprise War only counts as a Formal War for the purpose of Grievances (Civ6) Grievances and war weariness. Occupied cities have no penalties to their yields. +5 Loyalty per turn in occupied cities with a garrisoned unit.

Opportunist

Will often declare Surprise Wars, and likes civilizations that do the same. Dislikes civilizations that don't declare Surprise Wars.

Dido (Civ6)
Dido GS-Only
Phoenician (Civ6)
Phoenician GS-Only
Founder of Carthage

Cities with a Cothon gain the unique Move Capital project, which moves the Phoenician Capital6 Capital capital to that city. Gains +1 TradeRoute6 Trade Route capacity after building the Government Plaza or any Government Plaza building. +50% Civ6Production Production towards District (Civ6) districts in the city with the Government Plaza.

Sicilian Wars

Wants to settle coastal cities, and likes civilizations that settle inland. Dislikes civilizations with many coastal cities.

Eleanor of Aquitaine (Civ6)
Eleanor of Aquitaine GS-Only
English (Civ6)
English
French (Civ6)
French
Court of Love

Each Great Work in her cities causes foreign cities within 9 tiles to lose 1 Loyalty per turn. Any foreign city that leaves its civilization due to loss of Loyalty and is receiving the most Loyalty pressure from Eleanor instantly joins her empire, instead of becoming a Free City.

Angevin Empire

Builds up the Citizen6 Population of her cities, and likes those whose nearby cities also have a high Citizen6 Population. Dislikes civilizations whose nearby cities have low Citizen6 Population.

Frederick Barbarossa (Civ6)
Frederick Barbarossa
German (Civ6)
German
Holy Roman Emperor

Gain an additional Military policy slot in all Governments. +7 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength for all units when fighting city-states and their units.

Iron Crown

Will try to conquer as many city-states as possible, and likes those who do not associate with them. Dislikes Suzerains of city-states, or civilizations that have conquered city-states.

Gandhi (Civ6)
Gandhi
Indian (Civ6)
Indian
Satyagraha

+5 Civ6Faith Faith for each met civilization (including India) that has founded a Religion and is not at war. Enemies receive double war weariness from fighting against Gandhi.

Peacekeeper

Never declares wars for which he can be branded a warmonger, and likes peaceful civilizations. Heavily dislikes warmongers.

Genghis Khan (Civ6)
Genghis Khan R&F-Only
Mongolian (Civ6)
Mongolian R&F-Only
Mongol Horde

Cavalry class units gain +3 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength and have a chance to capture defeated cavalry class enemy units.

Horse Lord

Builds a strong cavalry force, and likes civilizations that don't compete in cavalry. Dislikes those who rival him in cavalry strength.

Gilgamesh (Civ6)
Gilgamesh
Sumerian (Civ6)
Sumerian
Adventures of Enkidu

May declare war on any civilization at war with an ally without warmonger penalties. When at war with a common enemy, Sumerian and allied units share pillage rewards and combat experience if within 5 tiles of each other.

R&F-Only May declare war on any civilization at war with an ally without warmonger penalties. When at war with a common enemy, Sumerian and allied units share pillage rewards and combat experience if within 5 tiles of each other. Earn Alliance Points per-turn if both civilizations are at war with the same foe.

Ally of Enkidu

Is easy to befriend, and likes civilizations who are his Declared Friends. Dislikes anyone denouncing or attacking his friends.

Gitarja (Civ6)
Gitarja[3]
Indonesian (Civ6)
Indonesian[3]
Exalted Goddess of the Three Worlds

May purchase naval units with Civ6Faith Faith. Religious units pay no movement cost to embark or disembark. City Centers adjacent to Coast or Lake tiles gain +2 Civ6Faith Faith.

Archipelagic State

Likes civilizations that avoid having cities on small landmasses. Dislikes those who have numerous cities on such islands.

Gorgo (Civ6)
Gorgo
Greek (Civ6)
Greek
Thermopylae

Killing a unit provides Civ6Culture Culture equal to 50% of its Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength.

With Your Shield Or On It

Never gives up anything in a peace deal, and likes warmongers that match this approach. Dislikes those who have capitulated in a peace treaty or that have never gone to war. GS-Only Grievances (Civ6) Grievances against this leader decay at twice the usual rate.

Harald Hardrada (Civ6)
Harald Hardrada
Norwegian (Civ6)
Norwegian
Thunderbolt of the North

+50% Civ6Production Production toward naval melee units. All naval melee units gain the ability to perform Coastal Raids. Gain the Viking Longship unique unit with Sailing.

GS-Only +50% Civ6Production Production toward naval melee units. All naval melee units gain the ability to perform Coastal Raids. Receive Civ6Science Science in addition to Civ6Gold Gold when pillaging and coastal raiding Mines and Civ6Culture Culture in addition to Civ6Faith Faith when pillaging and coastal raiding Quarries, Pastures, Plantations, and Camps. Gain the Viking Longship unique unit with Sailing.

Last Viking King

Builds a strong navy, and likes civilizations that do the same. Dislikes civilizations that neglect their navies.

Hojo Tokimune (Civ6)
Hojo Tokimune
Japanese (Civ6)
Japanese
Divine Wind

+5 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength for land units in Coastal tiles and naval units in Coast tiles. +100% Civ6Production Production towards Encampment, Holy Site and Theater Square districts.

GS-Only +5 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength for land units in Coastal tiles and naval units in Coast tiles. +100% Civ6Production Production towards Encampment, Holy Site and Theater Square districts. Districts, improvements and units are immune to damage from Hurricanes. +100% damage from Hurricanes in Japanese territory to civilizations at war with Japan.

Bushido

Likes civilizations that have both a strong military and strong Civ6Faith Faith or Civ6Culture Culture outputs. Dislikes civilizations that are strong in military but weak in Civ6Faith Faith or Civ6Culture Culture.

Jadwiga (Civ6)
Jadwiga[4]
Polish (Civ6)
Polish[4]
Lithuanian Union

Taking territory from a foreign city with a Culture Bomb converts it to Poland's religion. Relic6 Relics provide +4 Civ6Gold Gold, +2 Civ6Culture Culture and +2 Civ6Faith Faith. Holy Sites receive a +1 adjacency bonus from districts, instead of +0.5.

Saint

Tries to build up Civ6Faith Faith, and likes those that also focus on Civ6Faith Faith. Dislikes civilizations with a weak Civ6Faith Faith output.Civ6Faith Faith.

Jayavarman VII (Civ6)
Jayavarman VII[3]
Khmer (Civ6)
Khmer[3]
Monasteries of the King

+2 Civ6Food Food and +1 Housing6 Housing from Holy Sites adjacent to a river. Building a Holy Site triggers a Culture Bomb, claiming surrounding tiles.

An End to Suffering

Likes civilizations with many Holy Sites and a high average city Citizen6 Population. Dislikes civilizations lacking in either of these areas.

John Curtin (Civ6)
John Curtin[5]
Australian (Civ6)
Australian[5]
Citadel of Civilization

+100% Civ6Production Production if they have either received a declaration of war in the past 10 turns or liberated a city in the past 20 turns.

GS-Only +100% Civ6Production Production if they have either received a declaration of war or liberated a city in the past 10 turns.

Perpetually on Guard

Forms Defensive Pacts with friends and likes civilizations that liberate cities. Dislikes civilizations that are occupying enemy cities.

Kristina (Civ6)
Kristina GS-Only
Swedish (Civ6)
Swedish GS-Only
Minerva of the North

Buildings with at least three Great Work slots and wonders with at least two Great Work slots are automatically themed when all slots are filled. Gains the Queen's Bibliotheque unique building in the Government Plaza.

Bibliophile

Tries to collect as many Great Works as possible, and likes those who leave them to her. Dislikes civilizations with many Great Works.

Kupe (Civ6)
Kupe GS-Only
Māori (Civ6)
Māori GS-Only
Kupe's Voyage

Starts the game in the Ocean. +2 Civ6Science Science and +2 Civ6Culture Culture per turn before the first city is settled. Their first settled city receives a free Builder and +1 Citizen6 Population. The Palace grants +3 Housing6 Housing and +1 Amenities6 Amenity.

Kaitiakitanga

Tries to avoid contributing to climate change by not removing features, planting Woods, and founding National Parks, and likes those who do the same. Dislikes civilizations that show little concern for the environment.

Lady Six Sky (Civ6)
Lady Six Sky[6]
Mayan (Civ6)
Mayan[6]
Ix Mutal Ajaw

Non-capital cities gain +10% to all yields if within six tiles of the Mayan Capital6 Capital capital, and -15% to all yields if more than six tiles away. All units receive +5 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength when within six tiles of the Mayan Capital6 Capital.

Solitary

Keeps her cities clustered around her Capital6 Capital, and likes civilizations who settle far away from her. Dislikes those who encroach upon her borders with cities or troops.

Lautaro (Civ6)
Lautaro R&F-Only
Mapuche (Civ6)
Mapuche R&F-Only
Swift Hawk

Defeating an enemy unit within the borders of an enemy city causes that city to lose 20 Loyalty. Pillaging a tile within the borders of an enemy city causes that city to lose 5 Loyalty.

Spirit of Tucapel

Tries to maintain his cities loyal, and likes civilizations who do the same. Dislikes those that fail to maintain the loyalty of their people.

Mansa Musa (Civ6)
Mansa Musa GS-Only
Malian (Civ6)
Malian GS-Only
Sahel Merchants

International TradeRoute6 Trade Routes gain +1 Civ6Gold Gold for every flat Desert tile in the sending city. Entering a Golden Age permanently grants +1 TradeRoute6 Trade Route capacity.

Lord of the Mines

Tries to build up Civ6Gold Gold, and likes those that also focus on Civ6Gold Gold. Dislikes civilizations with a weak Civ6Gold Gold output.

Matthias Corvinus (Civ6)
Matthias Corvinus GS-Only
Hungarian (Civ6)
Hungarian GS-Only
Raven King

Levied city-state units receive +2 Civ6Movement Movement and +5 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength, and can be upgraded at a 75% discount in Civ6Gold Gold or resources. Levying troops from a city-state grants 2 Envoy6 Envoys with that city-state. Gain the Black Army unique unit with Castles.

Raven Banner

Will often levy troops from city-states, and likes those who do the same. Dislikes civilizations that shun use of these mercenaries.

Menelik II (Civ6)
Menelik II
Ethiopian (Civ6)
Ethiopian
Council of Ministers

Ethiopian cities founded on hills receive Civ6Science Science and Civ6Culture Culture equal to 15% of their Civ6Faith Faith output. +4 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength for all units when fighting on hills.

Ethiopian Highlands

Tries to settle cities on Hills, and likes civilizations who avoid settling near Hills. Dislikes civilizations that settle around Hills.

Montezuma (Civ6)
Montezuma
Aztec (Civ6)
Aztec
Gifts for the Tlatoani

Improved Luxury resources provide an Amenities6 Amenity to 2 extra cities. Military units receive +1 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength for each different improved Luxury resource in Aztec territory.

Tlatoani

Likes civilizations who have the same Luxury resources as he does, and will try to collect every Luxury resource available. Dislikes those with Luxury resources he doesn't have.

Mvemba a Nzinga (Civ6)
Mvemba a Nzinga
Kongolese (Civ6)
Kongolese
Religious Convert

Can't build Holy Sites or found a religion, but receives all the beliefs of any religion that has established itself as Kongo's majority religion, not just the Follower beliefs. Building a Mbanza or Theater Square grants a free Apostle of the city's majority religion.

Enthusiastic Disciple

Likes civilizations that bring religion to the Kongo. Dislikes those who have founded a religion but not spread it to a Kongolese city.

Pachacuti (Civ6)
Pachacuti GS-Only
Incan (Civ6)
Incan GS-Only
Qhapaq Ñan

Domestic TradeRoute6 Trade Routes gain +1 Civ6Food Food for every Mountain tile in the origin city. Gain the Qhapaq Ñan unique improvement with Foreign Trade.

Sapa Inca

Tries to settle near Mountains, and likes those who leave those areas to him. Dislikes civilizations that also settle near Mountains.

Pedro II (Civ6)
Pedro II
Brazilian (Civ6)
Brazilian
Magnanimous

Recruiting or patronizing a GreatPerson6 Great Person refunds 20% of their point cost.

Patron of the Arts

Will recruit as many GreatPerson6 Great People as possible, and likes civilizations that do not compete for GreatPerson6 Great People. Dislikes civilizations who take GreatPerson6 Great People from him.

Pericles (Civ6)
Pericles
Greek (Civ6)
Greek
Surrounded by Glory

+5% Civ6Culture Culture per city-state Greece has Suzerainty over.

Delian League

Likes civilizations that don't compete for city-state allegiance. Dislikes civilizations that are directly competing for city-state allegiance.

Peter (Civ6)
Peter
Russian (Civ6)
Russian
The Grand Embassy

TradeRoute6 Trade Routes to more advanced civilizations grant Russia +1 Civ6Science Science for every three technologies that civilization is ahead of them, and +1 Civ6Culture Culture for every three civics.

Westernizer

Likes those that are ahead in civics and technologies. Dislikes backwards civilizations that are behind in civics and technologies.

Philip II (Civ6)
Philip II
Spanish (Civ6)
Spanish
El Escorial

+4 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength for all units when fighting civilizations following a different Religion. Inquisitors have one extra use of their Remove Heresy ability.

GS-Only +4 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength for all units when fighting civilizations following a different Religion. Inquisitors have one extra use of their Remove Heresy ability. Inquisitors eliminate 100% of the presence of other Religions.

Counter Reformer

Likes civilizations who follow the same Religion as him, and wants his cities to all follow the same Religion. Dislikes those who spread their Religion into his empire.

Poundmaker (Civ6)
Poundmaker R&F-Only
Cree (Civ6)
Cree R&F-Only
Favorable Terms

All Alliance types provide Shared Visibility. TradeRoute6 Trade Routes grant +1 Civ6Food Food in the sending city and +1 Civ6Gold Gold in the receiving city per Camp or Pasture in the receiving city.

Iron Confederacy

Establishes as many Alliances as possible, and likes those who do the same. Dislikes civilizations that don't establish Alliances.

Qin Shi Huang (Civ6)
Qin Shi Huang
Chinese (Civ6)
Chinese
The First Emperor

Builders receive an additional build charge. Can spend Builder charges to complete 15% of the Civ6Production Production cost for Ancient and Classical wonders.

GS-Only Builders receive an additional build charge. Can spend Builder charges to complete 15% of the Civ6Production Production cost for Ancient and Classical wonders. Unlocks Canals with Masonry instead of Steam Power.

Wall of 10,000 Li

Builds wonders whenever possible, and likes civilizations that leave the wonders to him. Dislikes those with more wonders than him.

Robert the Bruce (Civ6)
Robert the Bruce R&F-Only
Scottish (Civ6)
Scottish R&F-Only
Bannockburn

Can declare a War of Liberation with Defensive Tactics, instead of Diplomatic Service. +100% Civ6Production Production and +2 Civ6Movement Movement for all units for the next 10 turns after declaring a War of Liberation.

Flower of Scotland

Will never attack his neighboring civilizations unless they break a promise to him, and dislikes anyone waging war on them. Likes civilizations not at war with his neighbors.

Saladin (Civ6)
Saladin
Arabian (Civ6)
Arabian
Righteousness of the Faith

The Worship building for Arabia's Religion is 90% cheapter to purchase with Civ6Faith Faith. Arabian cities with that building gain +10% Civ6Science Science, Civ6Faith Faith, and Civ6Culture Culture.

Ayyubid Dynasty

Wants his Worship building in as many cities as possible, and likes civilizations with it. Dislikes civilizations following other Religions or waging war on followers of his Religion.

Seondeok (Civ6)
Seondeok R&F-Only
Korean (Civ6)
Korean R&F-Only
Hwarang

Cities with an established Governor receive +3% Civ6Culture Culture and +3% Civ6Science Science for each promotion that Governor has.

Cheomseongdae

Tries to build up Civ6Science Science, and likes those that also focus on Civ6Science Science. Dislikes civilizations with a weak Civ6Science Science output.

Shaka (Civ6)
Shaka R&F-Only
Zulu (Civ6)
Zulu R&F-Only
Amabutho

May form Corps with Mercenaries, instead of Nationalism, and Armies with Nationalism, instead of Mobilization. Corps and Armies gain an additional +5 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength.

Horn, Chest, Loins

Forms as many Corps and Armies as possible, and likes those who do the same. Dislikes civilizations with few Corps and Armies.

Simón Bolívar (Civ6)
Simón Bolívar[6]
Gran Colombian (Civ6)
Gran Colombian[6]
Campaña Admirable

Entering a new era grants a Comandante General, a unique type of GreatPerson6 Great Person.

Carabobo

Focuses on promoting his units by building many Encampments, and likes civilizations with many promoted units. Dislikes civilizations without an elite, highly-promoted army.

Suleiman (Civ6)
Suleiman GS-Only
Ottoman (Civ6)
Ottoman GS-Only
Grand Vizier

Has access to a unique Governor, Ibrahim, the Grand Vizier. Gain the Janissary unique unit with Gunpowder.

Lawgiver

Tries to keep his cities happy and loyal, and likes those who do the same, especially if they have taken cities from other civilizations. Dislikes those who struggle with happiness and loyalty, or that own few conquered cities.

Tamar (Civ6)
Tamar R&F-Only
Georgian (Civ6)
Georgian R&F-Only
Glory of the World, Kingdom and Faith

+100% Civ6Faith Faith for the next 10 turns after declaring a Protectorate War. Each Envoy6 Envoy sent to a city-state of Georgia's majority Religion counts as two Envoy6 Envoys.

Narikala Fortress

Builds high-level walls around her cities and likes those who do the same. Dislikes civilizations that don't fortify their cities.

Teddy Roosevelt (Civ6)
Teddy Roosevelt
American (Civ6)
American
Roosevelt Corollary

+5 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength for all units inside America's home continent. +1 Appeal to all tiles in cities with a National Park. Gain the Rough Rider unique unit with Rifling.

Big Stick Policy

Likes peaceful civilizations that have a city on his home continent. Dislikes civilizations starting wars on his continent.

Tomyris (Civ6)
Tomyris
Scythian (Civ6)
Scythian
Killer of Cyrus

+5 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength for all units when attacking wounded units. Units heal up to 30 hit points after killing an enemy unit.

Backstab Averse

Likes civilizations who are her Declared Friends. Dislikes civilizations who backstab their former allies and declare Surprise Wars.

Trajan (Civ6)
Trajan
Roman (Civ6)
Roman
Trajan's Column

All founded cities start with a free building in the City Center. (A Monument if the game is started in the Ancient Era)

Optimus Princeps

Tries to include as much territory as possible in his empire, and likes those who do the same. Dislikes civilizations with little territory.

Victoria (Civ6)
Victoria
English (Civ6)
English
Pax Britannica

Founding a city or building a Royal Navy Dockyard outside of England's home continent grants a free melee unit in that city. Gain the Redcoat unique unit with Military Science.

GS-Only The first city founded on each continent other than England's home continent grants a free melee unit in that city and +1 TradeRoute6 Trade Route capacity. Building a Royal Navy Dockyard grants a free naval unit in that city. Gain the Redcoat unique unit with Military Science.

Sun Never Sets

Likes civilizations who have a city on her home continent, and will try to expand to all continents. Dislikes civilizations on continents where she has no cities.

Wilfrid Laurier (Civ6)
Wilfrid Laurier GS-Only
Canadian (Civ6)
Canadian GS-Only
The Last Best West

Can build Farms on Tundra tiles, and on Tundra Hills tiles with Civil Engineering. Purchasing Snow, Snow Hills, Tundra Hills, and Tundra tiles is 50% cheaper. On Snow, Snow Hills, Tundra Hills, and Tundra tiles, +100% extraction rate of accumulated resources, Mines and Lumber Mills receive +1 extra Civ6Production Production and Camps receive +1 extra Civ6Food Food.

Canadian Expeditionary Force

Participates in Emergencies and Competitions whenever possible, and likes civilizations who do the same. Dislikes those that ignore Emergencies and Competitions.

Wilhelmina (Civ6)
Wilhelmina R&F-Only
Dutch (Civ6)
Dutch R&F-Only
Radio Oranje

Domestic TradeRoute6 Trade Routes provide +1 Loyalty per turn for the starting city. TradeRoute6 Trade Routes sent to or received from a foreign civilization grant +1 Civ6Culture Culture to the Netherlands.

Billionaire

Tries to have as many TradeRoute6 Trade Routes as possible, and likes civilizations that TradeRoute6 trade with her cities. Dislikes those who refrain from sending TradeRoute6 Trade Routes to her cities.

Alternate personas Edit

Additionally, on 23 July 2020, the Persona Packs were introduced, providing alternative appearances and new abilities for two existing leaders: Teddy Roosevelt and Catherine de Medici.

When the Persona Packs are enabled, their former models are repurposed as two alternate personas: Bull Moose for Teddy Roosevelt and Black Queen for Catherine de Medici. Teddy Roosevelt's standard game version's abilities and agenda were partially transferred to his new persona, with Bull Moose Teddy gaining new ones, while Black Queen Catherine is identical to her standard game version in terms of ability and agenda.

Persona Civilization Leader Ability Leader Agenda
Catherine de Medici (Civ6)
Catherine de Medici (Black Queen)
French (Civ6)
French
Catherine's Flying Squadron

+1 level of DiplomaticVisibility6 Diplomatic Visibility with every encountered civilization. Receives a free Spy (and extra Spy capacity) with Castles. All Spies start with a free promotion.

Black Queen

Gains as many Spies and as much DiplomaticVisibility6 Diplomatic Visibility as possible, and likes those who do the same. Dislikes civilizations that ignore these espionage activities.

Catherine de Medici (Magnificence) (Civ6)
Catherine de Medici (Magnificence)
French (Civ6)
French
Catherine's Magnificences

+2 Civ6Culture Culture for improved Luxury resources adjacent to a Theater Square or Château. Cities with a Theater Square gain the unique Court Festival project, which grants Civ6Culture Culture and Tourism6 Tourism based on the number of Luxury resources France possesses.

Sumptuous Finery

Tries to collect as many copies of Luxury resources as possible, and likes civilizations that trade Luxury resources to her. Dislikes those that do not trade Luxuries with her.

Teddy Roosevelt (Civ6)
Teddy Roosevelt (Bull Moose)
American (Civ6)
American
Antiquities and Parks

Breathtaking tiles gain +2 Civ6Science Science when adjacent to a Natural Wonder or Mountain, and +2 Civ6Culture Culture when adjacent to a Wonder or Woods. +1 Appeal in all tiles in cities with a National Park.

The Bull Moose

Tries to settle near high Appeal tiles, and builds District (Civ6) districts and Wonders to maximize Appeal. Likes civilizations with many high Appeal tiles in their territory, and dislikes those with many low Appeal tiles.

Teddy Roosevelt (Rough Rider) (Civ6)
Teddy Roosevelt (Rough Rider)
American (Civ6)
American
Roosevelt Corollary

+5 Civ6StrengthIcon Combat Strength for all units inside America's home continent. Envoy6 Envoys sent to city-states that America has a TradeRoute6 Trade Route with count as two Envoy6 Envoys. Gain the Rough Rider unique unit with Rifling.

Big Stick Policy

Likes peaceful civilizations that have a city on his home continent. Dislikes civilizations starting wars on his continent.

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Added in Persia and Macedon Civilization & Scenario Pack (28 March 2017).
  2. 2.0 2.1 Added in Nubia Civilization & Scenario Pack (27 July 2017).
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Added in Khmer and Indonesia Civilization & Scenario Pack (19 October 2017).
  4. 4.0 4.1 Added in Poland Civilization & Scenario Pack (20 December 2016).
  5. 5.0 5.1 Added in Australia Civilization & Scenario Pack (23 February 2017).
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Added in Maya & Gran Colombia Pack (21 May 2020).

R&F-Only Added in the Rise and Fall expansion pack.

GS-Only Added in the Gathering Storm expansion pack.

GalleryEdit

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Lists
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Eras
AncientClassicalMedievalRenaissanceIndustrialModernAtomicInformationFuture GS-Only

Concepts
AgendaAge R&F-Only (Historic Moment R&F-OnlyTimeline R&F-Only) • BarbariansBuildingCity (AmenitiesCapitalGovernor R&F-OnlyHousingLoyalty R&F-OnlyPopulation) • City-stateCivicClimate GS-Only (Disaster GS-Only) • CombatCompetition GS-OnlyDiplomacy (Emergency R&F-OnlyEspionageGossipGrievances GS-Only WarmongeringWorld Congress GS-Only) • Eureka MomentGovernmentGreat PeopleGreat WorkMap (AppealBordersContinentTile) • MovementProjectPromotionReligionResourceTechnologyTrade RouteVictoryWonder (Natural Wonder)

Statistics
Civ6Culture CultureDiplomatic Favor (Civ6) Diplomatic Favor GS-OnlyCiv6Faith FaithCiv6Food FoodCiv6Gold GoldPower (Civ6) Power GS-OnlyCiv6Production ProductionCiv6Science ScienceTourism6 Tourism

Miscellaneous
DLCGame ModeModdingPersona PacksScenariosSoundtrackStarting a new gameSteam AchievementsSteam trading cardsUpdates

R&F-Only Added in the Rise and Fall expansion pack.
GS-Only Added in the Gathering Storm expansion pack.

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