So go find them please I only see the ones for Australia the Aztec Khmer Indonesia and Nubia I wanna see what each leader gives in their lines I remember some like Saris from Gandhi and Rune stones from Harald
As much as I would love to add every line of leader dialogue, playing the game, watching other people play it, or combing through the XML files to find that information and then sorting and formatting it to make it easy on readers' eyes takes time. Keep in mind that the admins don't get paid for editing this wiki, so our jobs, our families, and hobbies or projects that help us earn money or find satisfaction may be higher priorities for us than assisting with a volunteer project.
If you notice that important or interesting information is missing from a page, you're more than welcome to add it yourself. (If you don't own the game, however, you'll have to get the information from other people's videos, so be aware of any mods that people are using and what they do.)
Alexander:I've dispatched a trade delegation bearing gifts of the finest wine and olive oil Macedon has to offer. I trust you'll greet my envoys warmly?
Amanitore:Our delegation brings goodwill. Also, fresh camel liver. Don't make the mistake of cooking it!
Catherine:I have sent you a trade delegation with all of the customary gifts:Herbs,Olives,Various cheeses and Baguettes to eat them with, of course.
Cleopatra:My diplomatic delegation brings you a small gift of papyrus from the New Isis. Welcome them as you would welcome me.
Cyrus:I've sent a trade emissary to your kingdom with gifts of mirrored glass and pottery from our finest craftsmen. I'm sure you will treat my envoy with the same respect you've shown me?
Frederick:We have sent a diplomatic envoy to you. Treat them as you would treat me, the Duke of Swabia, King of Burgundy, King of Germany, King of the Romans, King of Italy, and Holy Roman Emperor.
Gandhi:I have sent a trade delegation to you with gifts from our land:Teas,Sarees and Sitars.
Gilgamesh:The delegation of Gilgamesh brings you gifts of Sumerian jewelry, and lyres from Ur. Will you accept them into your city?
Gitarja:Our delegation brings oncom spore cakes. The red oncom needs ginger sauce, but the black is delicious alone.
Gorgo:A Spartan delegation honors you with gifts of olive oil and black broth. Accept them with honor.
Harald:I have sent you traders with gifts of Rune stones.They are powerful - the stones, not the traders.
Tokimune:We have sent you a delegation with gifts of Yosegi-Zukuri,Some of our Greatest works.
Jadwiga:I have sent a trade delegation to you with gifts of pisanki. They have been blessed and are no longer part of pagan tradition.
Jayavarman VII:Our delegation brings a-ping, a fried dish. Best to eat the legs before you consume the rest of the tarantula.
John Curtin:I've sent a trade delegation to your territories with a small selection of meats contributed by our ranchers. I hope you will receive them with my sincerest thanks.
Montezuma:Gifts of maize and chocolate are brought to you by my delegation. We offer them to you.
Mvemba:My trade delegation should be arriving soon with fufu. Enjoy the meal!
Pedro II:Will you receive our diplomatic delegation in your capital?
Pericles:We have sent you a delegation bearing gifts. Don’t be alarmed, there’s no large wooden horse involved.
Peter:I have sent you a trade delegation bearing gifts of the finest caviar. Please enjoy.
Philip II:I have sent a delegation to your city. Please, enjoy the churros and welcome them kindly.
Qin:Our trade delegation should be arriving soon with gifts of the finest spices,tea and silk in the Middle Kingdom. Please, enjoy.
Saladin:I have sent a delegation to you with gifts from our empire. They bring the sweetest fruit, rare snow to cool you on even the hottest day, and the most excellent of horses. Please receive them as our courtesy.
Roosevelt:It’s good to see you. My diplomatic delegation should be arriving soon with some fresh-baked apple pies. I’m sure you’ll give them a warm welcome.
Tomyris:I have sent you a trade delegation bearing a decorated gorytos as a gift for you. You do have a bow, yes?
Trajan:I have sent a trade delegation to you. Enjoy the Pecorino Romano: the finest salted, sheep's-milk cheese you will ever have.
Victoria:Greetings. We have sent a Royal envoy on behalf of the United Kingdom. We hope they are well received.
I can't promise anything, but I will if I have a chance. If you want more people to see your list and have a chance to respond, consider posting it as a poll on the Polls (Civ6) page. A title like "Which of these civs and leaders do you most want to see in Civ6?" should elicit some responses.
Editing a poll removes all records of responses to it, so adding new options to one of the existing polls would require everyone who responded to respond again. Your best option is probably to create a new poll once you've got enough civs/leaders to make one.
I did those modifications because i think we don't need to copy-past what is already in Civilopedia. "Historical Info" section should be about historical informations (real life). If not we should change the title of this section – "Civilopedia entry" for exemple – and copy-past all the text.
(I'm not a native speaker so i may make some mistakes when i write.)
I see what you're saying, but this wiki's editorial policy is to present the Civilopedia entries as they appear in the game (as explained here). We include the seewp template for leaders, civilizations, city-states, wonders, and unique components of each civ, but not for standard units, buildings, or tile improvements. This isn't a historical wiki, and we're not trying to compete with Wikipedia, so we have to make careful decisions about how much real-life information we include beyond what's given in the games.
Most of the articles for Civilization V and its expansions include real-life information in a "Historical Info" section...but the standard tile improvement articles, as you correctly point out, are exceptions. To cut down on confusion, I'll rename those sections when I revert the changes.
ETA: I made a mistake in my edit summaries in those articles. They ask you to see the post on your wall, but they're actually referring to this one.
I'd second that motion (or third it, I guess). Until I found this post, I couldn't figure out why the changes had been reverted, since they were clearly not historical info. Now, it makes sense, but it's definitely counter-intuitive.
No worries, and thanks for bringing this issue up. It's good to have discussions about these things so we can be sure all of the information in this wiki is correct, well-organized, and properly labeled and categorized.
If you don't mind me asking, which city in Korea are you from?
I taught at Gyeonggi English Village in Paju, near the DMZ and about 45 minutes north and west of Seoul by bus. I had an opportunity to visit Pohang during one of my vacations - Paris must be a far more interesting place to live. :)
Indeed. There are some better things in Korea, but, on the whole, I prefer France. I've never been to the DMZ. In Korea they say it's absolutely pointless, but French friends who were there said they were impressed… I'll see myself next time, and maybe the English Village to ! I'll greet them from you ! ㅋㅋㅋ
Mythril Wyrm wrote:
I changed it for the natural wonders, religions, and unique improvements. It still needs to be made for the city-states, ideological tenets, and some scenario-specific unique components.
The headers in City-State and Ideological Tenet articles have been changed.
I've already added all of the city names that appear in the game's XML files. I've been thinking of going through the civilization pages and adding the citizens' names when I have time, but if you want to help with that, I encourage it.
Well, they aren't in the final game. I just checked before making the change.
As I suspected, the video you linked to is for a heavily modded version of Civilization VI. A Huge map in an unmodded game can only support up to 20 players, which should be your first clue that mods are being used. The mod obviously uses a different city list, because I noticed several cities that aren't present in the base game.
Since I actually own Civilization VI, I can check to verify this information. And you have yet to point out anything from the base game that previous editors forgot to include.