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Mercury Mercury is a luxury resource in Civilization VI. It can be found on open Plains.

Strategy[]

Mercury Mercury is one of two luxury resources that provides Science Science when worked. It also provides Production Production when improved, making it particularly useful to acquire when pursuing a Science Victory. Unfortunately, it is only found on flatland Plains terrain, which makes it quite rare.

Civilopedia entry[]

Mercury – or quicksilver – is one of only two elements that is a liquid under normal conditions of temperature and pressure. Although known for centuries, it was more a curiosity than useful; in China and Tibet it was thought to prolong life and maintain vigor, while the Greeks put it in ointments, and the Romans in cosmetics (they’d all be shocked to learn it has serious adverse health effects). It wasn’t until the Scientific Revolution that it proved useful in things like thermometers, barometers, manometers, blood pressure gauges, mercury switches, and all kinds of other devices.

Civilization VI Resources [edit]
Luxury

Amber R&F-Only.pngCinnamonSCitrusClovesSCocoaCoffeeCosmeticsGCottonDiamondsDyesFursGold Ore3GypsumHoney1IncenseIvoryJadeJeansGMarbleMercuryOlives R&F-Only.pngPearlsPerfumeGSaltSilkSilverSpicesSugarTeaTobaccoToysGTrufflesTurtles R&F-Only.pngWhalesWine

Bonus

BananasCattleCopperCrabsDeerFishMaize1RiceSheepStoneWheat

Strategic

AluminumCoalHorsesIronNiterOilUranium

Special

Antiquity SiteLey Line2Shipwreck

G: Accessed by Great MerchantS: Suzerainty with Zanzibar
1 Added in Maya & Gran Colombia Pack2 Secret Societies mode only • 3 Specific scenarios only
R&F-Only.png Added in the Rise and Fall expansion pack.
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