Genghis Khan leads Mongolia in Civilization VI: Rise and Fall. He united the Mongolian steppe and invaded Eurasia to create the largest contiguous empire in history. Although he conquered many people, he also tolerated their religions and cultures and is credited for unifying the Silk Road. Mongolia’s unique ability is called “Örtöö.” Starting a Trade route immediately creates a trading post in the destination city, which also increases your level of diplomatic visibility with its owner. Mongolian units also gain combat strength against their opponents for each level of this Visibility. Mongolia’s unique building is the Ordu, which replaces the Stable. All cavalry class units trained in a city with this building receive extra movement. Their unique unit is the Keshig. This ranged cavalry class unit is excellent at outranging enemy forces, and allows any unit in formation with it to share its movement speed. Genghis’s unique ability is “Mongol Horde.” All of your cavalry class units are stronger, and have a chance to capture defeated cavalry class units to further bolster your army. Mongolia is a horse-powered war machine, so be sure to aim for Horseback Riding and Stirrups technologies as well as a source of horses as soon as possible. Remember to establish trade routes with your neighbors. It will help fund your troops and give you an advantage when taking enemy cities with a trading post. Can you forge an empire to trample your enemies? How will you lead Mongolia in Sid Meier’s Civilization VI: Rise and Fall?