Gathering Storm Civs

Science has always been our personal favourite of the win-condition resources, thanks to that oh-so-satisfying feeling of steaming through the Tech tree towards the late game, and the payoffs that come with it. Amassing Science in Civilization 6 is no different, and will also play a crucial role in any playthrough thanks to some integral technologies that are unlocked as you progress.

Just about any civilization can benefit from a strong Science income, regardless of your target victory condition, and so maintaining that income is one of the most important things you can do to secure yourself a healthy late game.

Some new civilizations, form civs and unions Mod has been released! Actual version - 0.1B. Gathering Storm 1936 (HOI4 STYLE) - A Conqueror´s II mod. Back to Civilization VI Go to the Science article Go to the List of technologies in Civ6 article Technologies represent new scientific advancements or inventions for your civilization. Each technology you research unlocks new buildings, units, or other advancements, and expands the power of your nation. Technologies are developed through a continuous research process, the key to which is the. Here, we'll be focusing on explaining how exactly Science works for the newcomers and lapsed Civlization players, whilst also gathering up every single way to earn Science specifically into one.

In Gathering Storm, the second expansion to Civilization VI, the world around you is more alive than ever before. Chart a path to victory for your people by developing new advanced technologies and engineering projects and negotiating with the global community in the World Congress on critical issues.

Here, we'll be focusing on explaining how exactly Science works for the newcomers and lapsed Civlization players, whilst also gathering up every single way to earn Science specifically into one all-consuming list. The goal, then, is to have this guide play a complementary role to our other, dedicated Science Victory guide, which contains our more in-depth advice for winning the game through technological advance.

If you're looking for more resource-focused Civ 6 guides, meanwhile, we also have pages on how to earn Gold, how to earn Faith, and how to earn Culture and Tourism in Civ 6, too.

A quick note: we've refreshed out Civ 6 guides for the game's launch on Nintendo Switch, but just be aware that they contain information regarding the Rise and Fall DLC as well as the base game, which means some things only apply if you have that DLC! Otherwise.. crack on!

What is Science and how does Science work in Civ 6?

Science is a per-turn income that dictates how quickly you progress through the Technology tree, which is the key to unlocking many of your civilization's most important features. Your military, resource yields, Cultural output, Tourism, Amenities, Housing and more are all affected by the Techs, Wonders, Buildings and more that are unlocked through amassing Science.

You can view the Technology Tree by clicking on the blue circle in the top left of the screen - there, you'll notice that not only are the various Techs listed out, but also their various Eureka moments - a new addition for Civ 6.

Eureka moments are the Tech Tree-specific boosts, which will do exactly that - boosting your progress towards the relative Tech - when triggered. We recommend spending some time going over these in-game, as learning the art of timing Eureka moments with your new Tech research will be a crucial skill, particularly in higher difficulties and online play.

A key point to remember is that, if you've already researched more than half-way through a Tech that then gets boosted, you've wasted however many extra turns of research that took you beyond the halfway point. So always look to either ideally boost before you research a Tech altogether, or at least do so before it reaches the halfway mark, to get the very most out of your precious Science-per-turn.

How to get Science - every method for earning Science in Civilization 6

Amenities

  • +5% Non-food yields (which includes Science) when the city is happy (has more Amenities than required).

Citizens

  • +0.7 Science per Citizen

Palace

  • +2 Science in your Capital city.

Policies

  • Military Research: Military Academies and Seaports generate +1 Science;
  • Five-Year Plan: +100% Campus and Industrial Zone district adjacency bonuses;
  • Market Economy: international Trade Routes provide +1 Gold, +2 Culture and +2 Science per Luxury and Strategic resource improved at the destination;
  • Natural Philosophy: +100% Campus district adjacency bonuses;
  • Rationalism: +100% Science from Campus district buildings;
  • Trade Confederation: +1 Culture and +1 Science from international Trade Routes;
  • International Space Agency: +10% Science per city-state you are the Suzerain of;
  • Raj: +2 Science, Culture, Faith and Gold from each city-state you are a Suzerain of;
  • Inspiration: +2 Great Scientist points per turn;
  • Nobel Prize: +4 Great Scientist points per turn.
  • Monasticism (Dark Age): Science doubled in cities with a Holy Site, but -25% Culture in all cities.

Great People

  • All Great Scientists will provide you with a boost to scientific progress in some form or another, from unlocking Technologies to providing Tech Boosts, but the following will specifically boost your Science income:
  • Albert Einstein; Charles Darwin; Galileo Galilei; Hildegard of Bingen; Hypatia; Isaac Newton; Janaki Ammal; Mary Leakey.

Religious and Pantheon Beliefs

  • Divine Spark: +1 Great Person point from Holy Sites, Campuses, and Theatre Squares;
  • Wat: allows construction of Wats (see buildings, below);
  • Stewardship: each Campus or Commercial Hub district in a city following this religion provides +1 Science or +1 Gold respectively.
  • Cross-Cultural Dialogue:+1 Science for every 5 followers of this Religion in other civs

Resources

  • Mercury (+1);
  • Tea (+1);
  • Aluminium (+1);
  • Iron (+1).
  • Turtles (+1).

Wonders

  • Great Library: +2 Science, +1 Great Scientist point per turn, +2 Great Works of Writing slots;
  • Oracle: patronage of Great People costs 25% less Faith, districts in this city provide +2 Great Person points per turn of their type;
  • Oxford University: +20% Science in this city, awards 2 randomly-choses free technologies when completed, +3 Great Scientist points per turn, +2 Great Works of Writing slots;
  • Campus Research Grants: district-based project which provides Science and Great Scientist points when completed.

Trading

  • Trade Routes provide yields based on the destination city's districts. Trade with a city that has a Campus district to earn Science from that route.
  • Routes that pass through Trading Posts (automatically set up in a location once a Trade Route there has successfully completed) grant bonus yields.
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If your lust for Civilization 6 knowledge is still going strong, expansion owners should take a look at our Civ 6 Rise and Fall guide hub which takes you through the basics of everything new, whilst we have dedicated pages on Governors and Loyalty, along with how to earn Golden Ages, Era Points and Era Score through Historic Moments, and a full list of new Civs in Civ 6 Rise and Fall and other DLC. Otherwise, our Civilization 6 guide, tips and tricks covers the essentials before you master early game, mid-game and late-game strategies. We also have tips on the new Districts feature, a Leaders list with their Traits and Agendas, plus the best ways to get Gold, Science, and Faith, how to win by Religious Victory, and how to earn the elusive Science Victory and Military domination victory. Finally, here's the Culture Victory, Foreign Tourism, and Domestic Tourism explained in depth.

Gathering Storm Civ Tier List

Campus districtAtomic number of beryllium.

  • +1 Great Scientist point per turn; +1 Science from each adjacent Mountain; +1 Science from every 2 adjacent Rainforest tiles; +1 Science from every 2 adjacent district tiles; +2 Science per citizen working Campus tile; +1 food from domestic Trade Route destinations with a Campus; +1 Science from international Trade Route destinations with a Campus.

Buildings

  • Library: +2 Science, +1 Citizen slot on Campus tile, +1 Great Scientist point per turn;
  • Madrasa (unique to Arabia, replaces University): +5 Science, bonus Faith equal to adjacency bonus of the Campus district, +1 Housing, +1 Citizen slot, +1 Great Scientist point per turn;
  • University: +4 Science, +1 Housing, +1 Citizen slot, +1 Great Scientist Point per turn.
  • Research Lab: +5 Science, +1 Citizen slot, +1 Great Scientist point per turn.
  • Wat: +3 Faith, +2 Science, +1 Citizen slot for Holy Site district.

Diplomacy and City-States

  • Geneva - 1 Envoy: +2 Science in your Capital; 2 Evoys: +2 Science in every Campus district; 6 Envoys: Additional +2 Science in every Campus district. Suzerain Bonus: Your cities earn +15% Science whenever you are not at war with any civilization.
  • Hattusa - 1 Envoy: +2 Science in your Capital; 2 Evoys: +2 Science in every Campus district; 6 Envoys: Additional +2 Science in every Campus district. Suzerain Bonus: Provides you with 1 of each Strategic resource you have revealed but do not own.
  • Seoul - 1 Envoy: +2 Science in your Capital; 2 Evoys: +2 Science in every Campus district; 6 Envoys: Additional +2 Science in every Campus district. Suzerain Bonus: When you enter an era, earn one random Eureka moment for that era.
  • Stockholm - 1 Envoy: +2 Science in your Capital; 2 Evoys: +2 Science in every Campus district; +6 Envoys: Additional +2 Science in every Campus district. Suzerain Bonus: Your districts provide +1 Great Person of their type.

In Gathering Storm, the second expansion to Civilization VI, the world around you is more alive than ever before. Chart a path to victory for your people by developing new advanced technologies and engineering projects and negotiating with the global community in the World Congress on critical issues.

The choices you make in the game will influence the world ecosystem and could impact the future of the entire planet. Natural disasters like floods, storms, and volcanoes can pillage or destroy your Improvements and Districts – but they may also refresh and enrich the lands after they pass.

In addition to these new systems, Civilization VI: Gathering Storm introduces eight new civilizations and nine new leaders. Seven new world wonders can be constructed, as well as a variety of new units, districts, buildings, and improvements.

*Note: This content requires the base game Sid Meier's Civilization® VI in order to play.

FEATURES

• ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS: Volcanoes, storms (blizzards, sand storms, tornados, hurricanes), climate change, floods, and droughts.

• POWER AND CONSUMABLE RESOURCES: Strategic resources play an additional role in Gathering Storm. These resources are now consumed in power plants to generate electricity for your cities. Initially you’ll be powering your most advanced buildings by burning carbon-based resources like Coal and Oil, but renewable energy sources also unlock as you progress to current-day technologies. Your choices about resource usage will directly affect the world’s temperature and can cause melting ice caps and rising sea levels.

• ENGINEERING PROJECTS: Shape the world around your empire to overcome unfavorable land conditions by making improvements like canals, dams, tunnels and railroads. When settling cities, consider the flood risk to coastal lowland areas, but keep in mind that in the late-game, new technologies like Flood Barriers can be used to protect these tiles.

• WORLD CONGRESS: Make your voice heard among the other leaders of the world. Earn Diplomatic Favor through Alliances, influencing city-states, competing in World Games, and more. Use Diplomatic Favor to extract promises from other leaders, vote on Resolutions, call a Special Session to address an emergency, and increase the weight of your votes in your quest to achieve the new Diplomatic Victory.

• 21st CENTURY TECHNOLOGIES & CIVICS: A new era has been added to the Technology and Civics trees. Combat new environmental effects with speculative ideas such as relocating your population out to seasteads and developing technologies to recapture carbon emissions.

• NEW LEADERS AND CIVS: Nine new leaders from eight new civilizations are introduced. Each brings unique bonuses and gameplay, as well as a total of nine unique units, four unique buildings, three unique improvements, two unique districts and one unique governor.

• NEW SCENARIOS:
The Black Death: The Black Death ravaged Europe and western Asia in the mid-14th century, killing a greater share of the population than any other event in world history. The pandemic killed millions, ruined economies, upended political dynasties and transformed the face of the Western world. Your task is to lead your nation through the calamity: keep your population alive, your economy strong, and your faith unshaken amidst a world of terror and desperation.

War Machine: At the outset of WWI, the German Imperial Army had a daring plan: invade neutral Belgium and then rush the French heartland before they could mobilize to resist. If successful, the German forces would capture Paris within a month and end their resistance forever. In counter, the French command prepared Plan 17, an all-out onslaught designed to meet and stop a German offensive. When war was declared, both armies swung into motion and set up one of the most incredible and shocking military campaigns in world history. In this multiplayer scenario, players take the side of one of these two great powers at this same precipice. As Germany, your task is to capture Paris. As France, your task is to prevent its capture. The clock is ticking, and the enemy is moving. Advance!

• MORE NEW CONTENT: Seven new world wonders, seven natural wonders, 18 new units, 15 new improvements, 9 new buildings, 5 new districts, 2 new city sets, 9 new techs and 10 new civics have been added.

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• IMPROVED GAMEPLAY SYSTEMS: The Espionage system has been enhanced with new options, the Culture and Science Victories have been updated, new Historic Moments have been added, and additional improvements have been made to other existing systems.