|Agenda||Sun Never Sets|
|Building||Royal Navy Dockyard|
|Civ First Look|
Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Empress of India and Defender of the Faith, Queen Victoria was heiress presumptive at a tender young age. Less than a month after her 18th birthday, her uncle, King William IV passed away, and Victoria became Queen.
She would go on to reign over the British Empire for 63 eventful years, a span of time that saw the Monarch greatly expand its international holdings through military conquest. Her reign is more commonly known as the Victorian era, a period of great cultural, industrial, political, scientific and military change within the United Kingdom, where national conviction and refined sensibilities of morality became the chief ideals of its citizens.
Your Majesty the Queen Victoria of England, extend your reach beyond your borders and across the face of the globe. Worry not over the possibility of defeat for your loyal redcoats and overwhelming navy will surely carry the day. With your calm and steady touch you can bring all lands under England's sway, establishing a true Pax Britannica.
Sun Never Sets - Victoria wants to settle on every continent, and will dislike civilizations on other continents.
"Greetings, We are by the Grace of God, Victoria, Queen of the United kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. And soon Dare I say, The Empire"= First Meeting
"War? We are not amused."= Declared war as defender
"As our protests are in vain, we hearby declare war."=Declared war as Attacker
"Please accept my warmest thanks for your kind endeavors on the continent we share."=Sun Never Sets, Positive
"You tread on dangerous waters in the face on England and her loyal colonies?"= Sun Never Sets, Negative
"We have nothing to do in your administration you are hearby denounced"= Denouncing you.
"Good Heavens! My tea and crumpets have spoiled!" = Denouncing you
"I'm denouncing you" = Denouncing you.
"Come then! Let us take to the field!" = Declared war as neutral
- Civilization VI: Victoria Leads England on civilization.com