Sid Meier's Civilization VI

Sid Meier's Civilization VI

Civilization VI: Gathering Storm – Eleanor of Aquitaine Leads England and France

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SamBC Feb 14 @ 12:21pm 
No, people trotted out the same arguments about women leaders in Civ5, too.
friedrich engels Feb 12 @ 11:57pm 
Did you boys ask your moms if you can post your impotent whining on the internet today? I'm just curious, I won't tell.
Klarum Feb 12 @ 11:09pm 
Another obscure, not relevant leader just to have more "wamen" in the game. The fact you have to dig so deep to find women that were actually not leaders just backfires in your face when trying to prove women were relevant in history.
rpablo_a Feb 12 @ 6:43pm 
Yet another literally who leader, bravo Firaxis!
BOT Feb 12 @ 1:02pm 
pixels of propaganda
frunze57_1 Feb 12 @ 2:48am 
is Baba Etie sound will be there?
Phosphophyllite Feb 12 @ 1:28am 
Can't wait for Civ XIV: "Melania Trump leads the USA in Sid Meier's Civilization XIV".
--- TSAR (A-XIII-O) Feb 11 @ 10:11pm 
@COSMIN89
I must deeply agree with you because I'm myself a descendant of a long known historical lineage aristocratic family. On one side Italian family member who became ruler of Corsica before becoming Fance's Emperor ( you know who I mean ! ) and on my great grandmother " mother side " from the ROMANOV's.
I'm not even famous for all the occasions BTW ( LOL ) but Ho !! well .
But coming back to what you were saying is that, on one hand women at those times had a really harsh time, the daughters from the rich families and/or kings were to fight their ways to become and stay very influent while occupying their high levels, on the other hand mostly women were used for servitude and being very exploited for all domestical tasks.
Women at those times had to be therefore either very smart or end up being someone's a slave
MadAdam81 Feb 11 @ 10:05am 
Wow, Nocturnal Eye is not smart.
Cosmin89 Feb 11 @ 8:44am 
@Sir Phil I got mine from greenmangaming for 27.64 quid.