Sigurd I

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Sigurd I
Sigurd I
Civilization Norway
Capital Konghelle
Religion Catholicism
Agenda Jorsalafari
Ability Norwegian Crusade
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Sigurd I is a modded alternate leader in Civilization VI, created by JFD, ChimpanG, and Dray. Sigurd I leads the Norwegian civilization.

History

Sigurd I Magnusson, also known as Sigurd the Crusader, was King of Norway from 1103 to 1130. His rule, together with his half-brother Øystein (until Øystein died in 1123), has been regarded by historians as a golden age for the medieval Kingdom of Norway. He is otherwise famous for leading the Norwegian Crusade (1107–1110), earning the eponym "the Crusader".

Intro

Norway's task is incomplete, and God charges you, Sigurd I, to lead a crusade. Take to the seas and sail to the holy land. Do His bidding and root out heathenry wherever it may lie. A legacy of glory and piety only awaits your victory.

Leader Ability

Icon Name Effect Notes
NorwaySigurd256.png Norwegian Crusade May purchase Naval Units with Icon Faith.png Faith. Naval melee units may capture defeated Barbarians. Gain the Viking Longship unique unit when they research the Sailing technology.
VikingLongboat.png Viking Longship Norwegian unique Ancient era naval unit that replaces the Galley. Can pillage enemy coastal lands and capture civilians if adjacent using its coastal raiding ability. 4 MovementIcon.png Movement while in coastal waters.

Leader Agenda

Icon Name Effect
Sigurd256.png Jorsalafari Builds up his Naval forces and his Icon Faith.png Faith, and tries to rid the world of as many Barbarians as possible. Likes civilizations that share his Religion that also try to kill Barbarians. Dislikes civilizations that make no effort to kill Barbarians.

Quotes

There is not much that I can speak of compared to what thou hast achieved.

Media

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Credits

 • JFD - Author.

 • ChimpanG - Artwork (Leader).

 • Dray - Artwork (Background).

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