Civ 6 Peter

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Peter the Great
CivilizationRussia
BonusThe Grand Embassy
AgendaWesternizer
AbilityMother Russia
UnitCossack
DistrictLavra
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Especially since civ 6 seems very detailed at launch, with basically the complexity of civ 5 with the two expansions. Theodore Roosevelt 2 Perciles 2 Gandhi 2 Gorgo 3 Hojo Tokimune 4 Trajan 4 Qin Shi Huang 4 Mvemba a Nzinga 5 Montezuma 6 Saladin 6 Cleopatra 6 Tomyris 6 Peter the Great 7 Phillip II 7 Gilgamesh 7 Victoria 7 Pedro II 7. Domination: Tomyris of Scythia. War in Civilization VI is arguably easier to wage in the early stages. Peter of Russia is obscenely powerful Civ 6 PC/Mac Had my first King culture victory as Russia and boy are they OP. Got divine spark early, built the Oracle, built 4 lavras and got classical republic for the great person points and by the end of classical era, I was pumping out great people like crazy. Civ6 Russia Peter Theme music FullFrom Ancient,Medieval, Industrial to Atomic era. The ability that Peter the Great has makes the game much easier. To use it you must quickly develop international trade civic which is available in Ancient Era. Russia doesn't have their own passive bonuses to culture and science but it can get profits from other nations' achievements.

Civ 6 Peter
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Peter is the leader for Russia in Civilization VI.

History[editedit source]

Known for his vast reforms and modernizations, Peter the Great has a resume few can match.

Peter modernized Russia at a widespread level – primarily expanding his nation's naval abilities for both trade and warfare, and gaining access to the Black Sea by capturing Azov from the Crimean Tatar vassals of Turkey. In 1697 he discretely went to Western Europe in the Grand Embassy to examine international affairs.

Peter led a coalition against the Swedish Empire in the 21-year Great Northern War. A historic victory was won in the Battle of Poltava in 1709, but it wasn't until 1721 that the Baltic belonged to Russia.

As 'Emperor of All Russia', Peter the Great advanced youth and secular education, reformed the nation's calendar system to fit European standards, prioritized investment in industrial manufacturing, and improved trade relations dramatically. Through intelligence and a strong will, Peter left an indelible mark on Russia.

Intro[editedit source]

Embrace the chill winds of the Motherland, Czar Peter. Your fascination with science and culture is a gift, and you will learn much from your Grand Embassies to foreign lands. Under your rule, Russia will surely flourish and spread, absorbing all that lies around it, perhaps creating the greatest land empire seen on this earth.

Leader bonus[editedit source]

The Grand Embassy - Receives Science or Culture from Trade Routes to civilizations that are more advanced than Russia (+1 per 3 technologies or civics ahead).

Leader agenda[editedit source]

Westernizer= Likes civilizations who are ahead in science and culture but doesn't like civs who are behind in culture and science.

Quotes[editedit source]

Civ 6 Peter Strategy

Trivia[editedit source]

Media[editedit source]

External links[editedit source]

  • Civilization VI: Peter the Great leads Russia on civilization.com


Civ 6 Russia Tips

v·d·eCivilizations and Leaders
Civilizations
America • Arabia • Australia • Aztec • Brazil • China • Egypt • England • France • Germany • Greece • India • Japan • Kongo • Macedon • Norway • Poland • Persia • Rome • Russia • Scythia • Spain • Sumeria
Leaders
Teddy Roosevelt • Saladin • Montezuma • Pedro II • Qin Shi Huang • Cleopatra • Victoria • Catherine de' Medici • Frederick Barbarossa • Gorgo • Pericles • Gandhi • Hojo Tokimune • Mvemba a Nzinga • Harald Hardrada • Jadwiga • Trajan • Peter • Tomyris • Philip II • Gilgamesh • John Curtin • Cyrus II • Alexander
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Civ 6 Peter Strategy

A capital in Sid Meier's Civilization VI is the city in a civilization which contains its palace. The first city a civilization founds serves as the capital of the civilization, will continue to do so until either barbarians, an enemy civilization, or an enemy city state captures or destroys it. A civilization's capital tend to be the largest city as well. In the expansion Rise & Fall, A civilization's capital will have the label Original Capital of [civilization],cannot be destroyed, and If it is not controlled by the founder, will be labeled Captured by [enemy civilization].

The capitals of Each Civilization include:

Civ 6 Peter

Civilization & LeaderCapital
America Teddy RooseveltWashington
Arabia SaladinCairo
Australia John CurtinCanberra
Aztec MontezumaTenochtitlan
Brazil Pedro IIRio de Janeiro
China Qin Shi HuangXi'an
R&F CreeMikisiw Wacîhk
R&F Netherlands WilhelminaAmsterdam
Egypt CleopatraRa-Kedet
England VictoriaLondon
France Catherine De MediciParis
R&F Georgia TamarT'blisi
GermanBerlin
Greek Gorgo / PericlesSparta / Athens
India Gandhi / R&F ChandraguptaDelhi / R&F Patna
Indonesia GitarjaMajapahit
Japan Hojo TokimuneKyoto
Khmer Jayavarman VIIAnkor Thom
Kongo Mvemba A NzingaMbanza Kongo
R&F Korea SeondeokGeonju
Macedonia AlexanderPella
R&F Mapuche LautaroNgulu Mapu
R&F Mongolia Genghis KhanQuaraquorrum
Norway Harald HardaraNidaros
Nubia AmanitoreMeroë
Persia CyrusPasargadae
Poland JadwigaKrakow
Rome TrajanRome
Russia PeterSt. Petersburg
Scotland Robert The BruceStirling
Scythia TomyrisPokrovka
Spain Phillip IIMadrid
Sumer GilgameshUruk
Zulu ShakaUlundi

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