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  • Hojo Tokimune leads the Japanese Civ in Sid Meier's Civilization VI.

  • He was one of the most transformative leaders in Japanese history.

  • Under his reign, Japan repelled the Mongol Empire's invasion and Zen Buddhism spread through the samurai class.

  • Japan's special ability is called Meiji Restoration.

  • This ability lets the Japanese create powerful and compact cities by giving them bonuses for districts built next to each other.

  • Hojo's forces take advantage of his Divine Wind ability.

  • Land units get an advantage fighting next to the coast, and naval units get a combat bonus in shallow water tiles.

  • Japan can build Samurai in addition to other military units.

  • These unique units don't lose combat strength when they take damage, making them hard-hitting until the end.

  • Samurai unlock by discovering the Military Tactics technology.

  • Japan also has the Electronics Factory.

  • This replaces the regular Factory in an Industrial Zone, and provides bonus production aswell as culture to nearbycitiesnot just its home city.

  • In Civilization VI, Japan's power comes from building densely-settled cities to benefit from adjacent districts.

  • Their strong coastal defenses make them ideal for settling islands and terrain other civs might find confining for growth or difficult to defend.

  • Samurai provide a powerful midgame option for conquest, should you need to buy yourself further space for expansion.

  • Follow the way of the warrior in Sid Meier's Civilization VI.

Hojo Tokimune leads the Japanese Civ in Sid Meier's Civilization VI.

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CIVILIZATION VI First Look: Japan

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