Leader Agendas

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The various Leader Agendas from each of the Civilizations depending on their Leaders. Each Leader follow Agendas, which help shape their behavior, Each has a fixed historical Agenda and a randomly generated Hidden Agenda, one is shown in the trading menu, the second is hidden.

List of Historical Agendas[edit | edit source]

  • Ally of Enkidu (Gilgamesh): Likes civilizations who are willing to form a long-term alliance. Dislikes anyone denouncing or attacking his friends and allies.
  • Ayyubid Dynasty (Saladin): Wants to have his Worship building in many cities, and likes a civilization with it. Dislikes civilizations following other Religions, or civilizations waging war on followers of his Religion.
  • Backstab Averse (Tomyris): Likes civilizations who are their declared friend. Hates civilizations who backstab and declare surprise wars.
  • Big Stick (Teddy Roosevelt): Likes peaceful Civilizations that have a city on his home continent. Hates civilizations starting wars against a City-State or civilization based on his continent.
  • Black Queen (Catherine de Medici): Gains as many Spies and as much diplomatic access as possible. Does not like civilizations who ignore these espionage activities.
  • Bushido (Hojo Tokimune): Likes civilizations that have a strong military and Faith and Culture output. Dislikes civilizations that are strong in military but weak in Faith and Culture output.
  • Counter Reformer (Philip II): Likes civilizations who follow the same Religion, and wants his cities to all follow the same Religion. Hates anyone trying to spread their Religion into his empire.
  • Delian League (Pericles): Likes civilizations that aren't competing for the same city-state allegiance. Dislikes civilizations that are directly competing for city-state allegiance.
  • Enthusiastic Disciple (Mvemba a Nzinga): Likes civilizations that bring Religion to the Kongo. Dislikes civilizations that have founded a Religion but not brought it to a Kongolese city.
  • Iron Crown (Frederick Barbarossa): Likes Civilizations who do not associate with City-States. Does not like Suzerains of city-states, or civilizations who conquered city-states.
  • Last Viking King (Harald Hardrada): Builds a large navy and likes civilizations who follow his lead. Does not like civilizations with a weak navy.
  • Optimus Princeps (Trajan): Tries to include as much territory as possible in his empire.  Does not like civilizations who control little territory.
  • Patron of the Arts (Pedro II): Likes civilizations who are not competing for Icon unitcommand activate great person.pngGreat People, and will recruit Icon unitcommand activate great person.pngGreat People whenever possible. Dislikes losing a Great Person to another civilization.
  • Peacekeeper (Gandhi): Never declares wars for which he can be branded a warmonger, and will try to befriend those who maintain the peace. Hates warmongers.
  • Queen of the Nile (Cleopatra): Likes civilizations with powerful militaries, and will try to ally with them to avoid damaging military conflicts. Dislikes civilizations with weak militaries.
  • Sun Never Sets (Victoria): Likes civilizations from her home continent, and wants to expand to all continents. Doesn't like civilizations on continents where England has no city.
  • Tlatoani (Montezuma): Likes Civilizations who have the same Luxury resources as he does, and will try to collect every Luxury resource available. Dislikes civilizations who have a new Luxury resource he has not yet collected.
  • Wall of 10,000 Li (Qin Shi Huang): Likes civilizations not competing for wonders, and builds wonders whenever possible. Dislikes losing a wonder to another civilization.
  • Westernizer (Peter): Friendly to those civilizations that are ahead of him in Science and Culture. Dislikes backwards civilizations that are lacking in Science and Culture.
  • With Your Shield Or On It (Gorgo): Never gives up items in a peace deal, and likes civilizations who match that approach. Dislikes civlizations who have capitulated or who have never gone to war.

List Of Hidden Agendas[edit | edit source]

  • Airpower: Tries to build up air power. Admires civilizations with greater air power. Dislikes civilizations with weaker air power.
  • Barbarian Ally: Sympathizes with the Icon notification barbarians sighted.pngbarbarians.  Does not like civilizations that destroy barbarian outposts.
  • City-State Ally: Likes civilizations that aren't competing for the same city-state allegiance. Dislikes civilizations that are directly competing for city-state allegiance.
  • City State Protector: Emphasizes protectorate wars. Admires civilizations that start protectorate wars. Dislikes civilizations that attack city states.
  • Civilized: Hates Icon notification barbarians sighted.pngbarbarians. Likes civilizations that clear out barbarian outposts. Does not like civilizations that ignore barbarian outposts.
  • Cultured: Tries to build up Icon Culture.pngCulture, and likes civilizations that also focus on Icon Culture.pngCulture.
  • Darwinist: Likes to see civilizations at war, and believes in constant struggle.
  • Devout: Tries to build up Icon Faith.pngFaith, and likes civilizations that also focus on Icon Faith.pngFaith.
  • Environmentalist: Builds National Parks, doesn't clear features, plants forests. Likes civilizations that plant forests or found National Parks. Dislikes civilizations that clear features.
  • Exploitative: Clears all features and improves all possible tiles. Likes civilizations with a high percentage of improved tiles. Dislikes civilizations with low percentage of improved tiles or that found National Parks.
  • Explorer: Tries to explore the map, and likes civilizations that have explored less of the map than itself and dislikes civilizations that have explored more of the map than itself.
  • Fun-Loving: Tries to make the citizens in each city as happy as possible. Likes civilizations that also develop in this fashion.
  • Great Person Advocate: Likes civilizations who are not competing for Icon unitcommand activate great person.pngGreat People, and will recruit Icon unitcommand activate great person.pngGreat People whenever possible. Dislikes losing a Great Person to another civilization.
  • Heavy Industry: Tries to build up industry, and likes civilizations that also focus on Icon main production.pngProduction.
  • Ideologue: Favors civilizations with the same type of government, dislikes civilizations that have different governments, and really dislikes civilizations with different governments of the same era as its own.
  • Money Grubber: Tries to have the highest possible Icon main gold.pngGold per turn income. Respects other high income civilizations.
  • Naturalist: Tries to find all natural wonders.  Likes civilizations that keep Woods and Rainforest unchopped, and those that establish National Parks.
  • Nuke Happy: Has no hesitation to use nuclear weapons. Respects other civilizations that project strength with nuclear weapons.
  • Paranoid: Likes civilizations who pose no threat. Dislikes civilizations with strong militaries or ones with nearby cities.
  • Populous: Tries to have the highest overall population. Respects other high population civilizations.
  • Standing Army: Always tries to keep a large standing army. Respects other civilizations with large armies.
  • Technophile: Tries to build up Icon main science.pngScience, and likes civilizations that also focus on Icon main science.pngScience.
  • Wonder Obsessed: Likes civilizations not competing for wonders, and builds wonders whenever possible. Dislikes losing a wonder to another civilization.

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