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Magnus (Steward) (Civ6)
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Magnus, otherwise known as The Steward, is one of the Governors introduced in Civilization VI: Rise and Fall. He excels at procuring resources, expanding your empire and boosting cities' Civ6Production Production.

  • Rise and Fall
Tier Promotion Effect Required Promotion
Default Groundbreaker +50% yields from plot harvests and feature removals in city. -
I Surplus Logistics +20% Civ6Food Growth in the city. Your TradeRoute6 Trade Routes ending here provide +2 Civ6Food Food to their starting city. -
I Provision +20% Civ6Production Production toward Industrial Zone buildings in the city. Settlers trained in the city do not consume a Citizen6 Population. -
II Industrialist +1 Civ6Production Production per turn from each Strategic resource in the city. Surplus Logistics
II Black Marketeer Strategic resources are not required in the city in order to build resource dependent units. Provision
III Vertical Integration This city receives Civ6Production Production from any number of Industrial Zones within 6 tiles, not just the first. Industrialist or Black Marketeer
  • Gathering Storm
Tier Promotion Effect Required Promotion
Default Groundbreaker +50% yields from plot harvests and feature removals in city. -
I Surplus Logistics +20% Civ6Food Growth in the city. Your TradeRoute6 Trade Routes ending here provide +2 Civ6Food Food to their starting city. -
I Provision Settlers trained in the city do not consume a Citizen6 Population. -
II Industrialist Increase the Power provided by each resource of the Coal Power Plant, Oil Power Plant and Nuclear Power Plant by 1 and the Civ6Production Production by 2. Surplus Logistics
II Black Marketeer Strategic resources for units are discounted 80%. Provision
III Vertical Integration This city receives Civ6Production Production from any number of Industrial Zones within 6 tiles, not just the first. Industrialist or Black Marketeer

StrategyEdit

Enterprising and capable, Magnus is able to procure valuable resources when needed. He is also quite skilled in optimizing the overall Civ6Production Production in the city.

Magnus is one of the most powerful Governors in the right hands even without any promotions. Groundbreaker doubles all harvests, so having Magnus in a city with many Bonus resources or Woods and Rainforest will provide a massive boost to your Civ6Production Production, which can be critical in finishing Wonders, Districts, their accompanying buildings, or anything that counts toward the Science Victory.

Surplus Logistics is best used in your largest city. To make full use of this promotion, send trade routes from your newer and smaller cities to your largest city to quickly grow the smaller city's population. This is especially useful if you do not have Reyna's Contractor promotion (if you have Reyna at all). Couple this with the Collectivization policy card gained from researching Class Struggle, and your new city is already gaining at least +6 Civ6Food Food.

Provision is best used in your largest city during the earlier eras of the game so that you can reliably pump out Settlers without losing too much Civ6Production Production. In later eras where most of the valuable land has been settled, place Magnus in cities that have great potential for high Civ6Production Production output that do not have an Industrial Zone yet.

Black Marketeer is useful in wartime. Even if you do not have, say, Oil (Civ6) Oil for a Tank, you can still build one in Magnus's city, which may potentially turn the tide in your favor.

Vertical Integration is best used in a city surrounded by other cities. This will raise the chance that more of your Industrial Zones will affect Magnus's city and boost its Civ6Production Production. If you can couple this with Toronto's Suzerain bonus, you may even receive more Civ6Production Production.

Civilopedia entryEdit

The title of "steward" dates back to the Dark Ages, and is given to the representative of the lord of a manor who can act on their behalf in their absence. It is a position of great trust and importance, and a good steward acts to improve the wealth of the estate.

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