Saladin leads Arabia in Sid Meier’s Civilization VI. From his promising start as a young scholar, Saladin rose to become a legendary commander whose talents and wisdom won praise from his friends and enemies alike. Arabia’s special ability is called “The Last Prophet.” When the next-to-last Great Prophet is claimed, Arabia automatically receives the last one, if they haven’t already received their prophet. This guarantees Arabia the ability to found a religion. Arabia has always been famous for its horses, and their unique unit is the Mamluk. This knight replacement heals at the end of every turn, even if it moved or attacked. Arabia’s unique building is the Madrassa. It generates more science than the University, and it provides faith based on the Campus’ adjacency bonus. Saladin’s ability is “Righteousness of the Faith” – which happens to be how you translate the word “Saladin.” The worship building for Arabia’s religion costs very little faith to build, and produces bonus science, faith, and culture. Arabia can take advantage of the benefits of founding a religion, without having to worry about racing for a Great Prophet. You’ll want to have a Holy Site in many cities to take advantage of Saladin’s ability as well. Science and Religion blend in Arabia, and this civ is ideally suited for either kind of victory. Will people praise you through the ages? How will you lead Arabia in Sid Meier’s Civilization VI?