Georgia is the latest civilization to be revealed for the upcoming Rise and Fall expansion. Georgia's leader is queen Tamar, and her in-game ability is Glory of the World, Kingdom, and Faith. Rise and Fall is set to launch on 08 February.
Which civilisation is next in line to receive the Civ treatment after the recent and controversial addition of Canada's Cree? If you guessed Georgia, I have one more thing to ask - do you lie to yourself often? It's ok, I do it too.
Long story, short: the Civilization VI expansion is due next month, and Georgia is the latest in a string of newly revealed civs.
Georgia will be a new civilization included in the Rise and Fall DLC. As with all other civs, Georgia will have a unique unit, structure, and abilities. Georgia's leader is a pious warrior queen Tamar the Great, who reigned as the Queen of Georgia from 1184 to 1213, and lead her kingdom through the Georgian Golden Age.
Tamar's in-game ability is Glory of the World, Kingdom, and Faith. This allows her to declare a Protectorate War after the Theology Civic is attained. The queen's soldiers gain bonus Faith after a Protectorate War is declared, and her entire civilization gains bonuses as they spread their religion.
Free extra envoys are gained when existing envoys are sent to city-states where Tamar's religion is practised by a majority of the civilization.
Tamar's unique unit is the Khevsureti. They get a Combat Strength bonus and also incur no movement penalty on hills. The unique building is the Tsikhe - a replacement for Renaissance Walls. The Tsikhe grants extra Faith and is cheaper to produce than regular walls.
Georgia's civ ability is Strength in Unity. When changing eras into a Golden age, you receive an additional bonus, on top of your Golden age bonus. Double bonuses, yaay.
Rise and Fall is set to launch on 08 February.