Jadwiga rules Poland in Sid Meier's Civilization VI! Religious and expansionist, Poland can gain control of other civ's tiles when they fortify their borders, and Jadwiga makes Relics more valuable and Holy Sites more effective. A new scenario is also included: stand at the crossroads of Europe protecting the fertile Polish homelands from those who would seize it to empower themselves. Can you stand as a bulwark against this threat?
Poland’s “Golden Liberty” unique ability allows them to gain territory when they build a Fort or Encampment, even allowing them to steal territory from other civs! They also convert a Military Policy slot into a Wildcard slot, giving them extra flexibility in culture.
Jadwiga allows you to spread your religion to the nearby city when you gain another civ’s territory with Golden Liberty. Her relics provide bonus Faith, Culture, and Gold.
The famous Winged Hussar is strong on the attack and can push back defending units.
Mikolaj Krysztof Radziwill was a powerful noble who influenced the Grand Duchy of Lithuania to adopt Polish culture. Other than a play on his nickname, 'Always bet on black' is also a phrase from the movie Passenger 57.
Konstanty Ostrogsky was a magnate of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, and later a Grand Hetman of Lithuania until his death. He was a commander of the Lithuanian-Polish forces to repel and launch counter-attacks against Muscovy and the Tatars.
Stanislaw Revera Potocki was a Polish military leader. Together with another hetman, Stefan Czarniecki, they defeated Swedish and Russian invasions from 1655 to 1660. The Winged Hussars were a famous cavalry unit of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, which the two hetmans belonged to.
You Are A Terrible Person
Playing as Poland, destroy another civilization’s incomplete wonder by initiating a Culture Bomb
The player has wasted the other civilization's resources by destroying their wonder.