Civ 6 Aztecs

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A FU Elite Woad Raider moves at 1.2 base speed + 15% civ bonus = 1.38 speed, whereas an Elite Eagle Warrior moves at 1.3 base speed + 10% civ bonus = 1.43 speed. So that 'exceptionally quick infantry' is slower than Elite Eagle Warriors contrary to popular beliefs.

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BonusGifts For The Tlatoani
AbilityLegend of the Five Suns
UnitEagle Warrior
WonderHuey Teocalli
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Aztec is one of the civilizations in Civilization VI.

Description[editedit source]

In Civilization 6, each civilization has two abilities. One is based on what the nation has done throughout history and the other is tailored to what happened during the ruler's reign. Montezuma leads the Aztec Civ in Sid Meier's Civilization VI. He built the Aztec capital into one of the greatest cities in the world. Montezuma ordered the construction of aqueducts and temple complexes and kept the Aztecs growing through conquest.

More Amenities are linked as well in the Tlachtli. This uniquebuilding in the Entertainment Complex gives Amenities, Faith, and Great GeneralPoints.

The Aztec unique unit is the Eagle Warrior. This powerful version of the basic Warrior unit can turn defeated enemies into Builder units. This ability plays well into the Aztecs' Unique Ability to use their Builders to speed the construction of districts.

The Aztecs are a fantastic civilization for conquest. Early in the game the Eagle Warrior will give them a strong combat edge. Each enemy defeated will be an opportunity to speed construction of early districts, bringing your cities online quickly.

As you progress through the mid and late game the Aztecs can establish extensive empires by grabbing new Luxuries on the map and using their Amenities bonus to offset their expansion through military conquest.

Pre-order[editedit source]

Pre-ordering Civilization VI gave players 90 days early access to the Aztec civilization. After this period, the content was made available at no additional charge to all owners of the game.

Special abilities[editedit source]

  • Gifts For The Tlatoani - Makes Amenities particularly valuable for this Civ. Not only do Luxuries give Amenities to extra Cities, but each different Luxury improved in Aztec territory gives their military more fighting power.

Unique units[editedit source]

  • Eagle Warrior - This powerful version of the basic Warrior unit turns defeated non-barbarian enemies into Builder units.

Unique wonders[editedit source]

  • Huey Teocalli - Otherwise known as the Greater Temple of the Aztecs, the Huey Teocalli is a giant terraced pyramid leading up to a temple where some of the most important Aztec rituals were performed. Unfortunately, there is very little left of the Huey Teocalli today, save for some scattered ruins in the Zocalo main square of Mexico City’s downtown district.

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Unique buildings[editedit source]

  • Tlachtli - This uniquebuilding in the Entertainment Complex gives Amenities, Faith, and Great GeneralPoints.

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Cities[editedit source]

  • Tenochtitlan - Capital

Related achievements[editedit source]

Huey TlatoaniAs Aztecs on a standard-sized map, attack an opponent while receiving a +16 Combat Strength bonus for having all of the luxuries
Montezuma's RevengeWin a regular game as Montezuma

Media[editedit source]

v·d·eCivilizations and Leaders
America • Arabia • Australia • Aztec • Brazil • China • Egypt • England • France • Germany • Greece • India • Japan • Kongo • Macedon • Norway • Poland • Persia • Rome • Russia • Scythia • Spain • Sumeria
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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