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Danish Kingdom
Denmarkmap
Leader
Harald "Bluetooth" Gormsson
Capital
Copenhagen
Start Bias
Coast
Religion
Forn Siðr
Culture
Northern
Traits
Financial, Seafaring
Map Labels Language
Germanic
Magical Girl
Margaret I
Alternate Leaders:

Valdemar II

Denmark led by Harald Bluetooth is a civilization available in vanilla Civilization 5. It requires the Civilization and Scenario Pack: Denmark.

Using Denmark-Norway (Christian IV) or Norway (Haakon Haakonsson) gives Harald Bluetooth's Denmark a new unique unit.

Overview

Denmark

Nestled among the Nordic countries of Northern Europe, the Kingdom of Denmark encompasses the country of Denmark proper, Greenland and the Faroe Islands. Former colonies were Christiansborg, Ada and Keta in the 18th to early 19th century on the gold coast of Africa also another former  colony was the Virgin Islands till the year 1917 after that they were sold to the United States and  United Kingdom countries. The oldest kingdoms in the world, early records of Denmark's history can be traced back to the 6th and 7th centuries AD, when the Danes were still a tribal people scattered across the region. Eventually united under the rule of King Harald Bluetooth, many Danes would also settle inEngland and Ireland during the invasions of the Viking Age. From these early tales of Viking exploration and conquest, to the modern nation of Denmark we know today, the Danish people have been at the forefront of global events for centuries.

Harald Bluetooth

Harald “Bluetooth” Gormsson was King of Denmark for nearly 30 years beginning in approximately 958 AD. During his reign, Bluetooth united the outlying tribes of Denmark and defended his people from the incursions of Norway and Germany, while overseeing the completion of vast construction projects that strengthened the defenses of his nation. Bluetooth is equally known for casting off the Norse pagan traditions of his forbearers, becoming a devout Christian who strove to peacefully convert the people of Denmark during his rule.

Dawn of Man

Honor and glory be yours, Harald Bluetooth Gormsson, mighty heir of King Gorm the Old and Thyra Dannebod. Not only were you victorious on the battlefield against the armies of Norway, you also completed massive construction projects across the land - numerous Ring Fortresses to protect the populace from invasion and internal strife. You successfully drove off waves of German settlers in 983 AD and sheltered your kingdom from unwanted foreign influence.

Stalwart Viking, the time for greatness is upon you once more. You are called to rise up and lead your people to renewed power and triumph! Will you make the world shudder once more at the very thought of your great armies of Northsmen? Will you let the Viking battle cry ring out across the crashing waves? Will you build a civilization to stand the test of time?

Introduction: Ah, wonderful, a new challenger! ("Ah, vidunderligt, en ny udfordrer!")

Introduction: Harald Bluetooth bids you welcome to his lands/country! ("Harald Blåtand byder dig velkommen til sit land!")

Defeat: What is this treason?! ("Hvad er det for et forræderi?!")

Defeat: Loki must have stood by you, for a common man alone could not have defeated me! ("Loke må have stået dig bi, for en almindelig mand alene kan ikke have besejret mig!")

Unique Attributes

Denmark (Harald Bluetooth)
Haraldbluetooth

Art by Firaxis

Viking Fury

Embarked units have +1 Moves Movement and pay just 1 Moves Movement point to disembark. Melee units pay no movement to pillage.

Berserker

Art by Firaxis

Berserker (Longswordsman)
  • Unlocked at Metal Casting
  • +1 Moves Movement
  • Starts with the Amphibious promotion
Norweiganskiinfantry

Art by Firaxis

Norwegian Ski Infantry (Rifleman)
  • +25% Strength Combat Strength and +1 Moves Movement when in Snow, Tundra, and Hills without Forest or Jungle
  • Immune to Snow Attrition (ExCE)

Denmark (Harald Bluetooth)
Haraldbluetooth

Art by Firaxis

Viking Fury

Embarked units have +1 Moves Movement and pay just 1 Moves Movement point to disembark. Melee units pay no movement to pillage.

Berserker

Art by Firaxis

Berserker (Longswordsman)
  • Unlocked at Metal Casting
  • +1 Moves Movement
  • Starts with the Amphibious promotion
Longboat

Art by Janboruta

Longboat (Trireme and Galleass)
  • -20% Strength Combat Strength (8 vs 10)
  • Has a Ranged attack with 12 Strength Ranged Strength
  • Land units within two tiles gain +20% Strength Combat Strength
  • Becomes stronger after discovering Compass (15 Strength Ranged Strength; 14 Strength Combat Strength)

City List
  1. Copenhagen
  2. Aarhus
  3. Kaupang
  4. Ribe
  5. Viborg
  6. Tunsberg
  7. Roskilde
  8. Hedeby
  9. Oslo
  10. Jelling
  11. Truso
  12. Bergen
  13. Faeroerne
  14. Reykjavik
  15. Trondheim
  16. Godthåb
  17. Helluland
  18. Lillehammer
  19. Markland
  20. Elsinore
  21. Sarpsborg
  22. Odense
  23. Aalborg
  24. Stavanger
  25. Vorbasse
  26. Schleswig
  27. Kristiansand
  28. Halogaland
  29. Randers
  30. Fredrikstad
  31. Kolding
  32. Horsens
  33. Tromsoe
  34. Vejle
  35. Køge
  36. Sandnes
  37. Holstebro
  38. Slagelse
  39. Drammen
  40. Hillerød
  41. Sønderborg
  42. Skien
  43. Svendborg
  44. Holbæk
  45. Hjørring
  46. Fladstrand
  47. Haderslev
  48. Ringsted
  49. Skive
Spy List
  • Jørgen
  • Mette
  • Henrik
  • Niels
  • Helle
  • Frederik
  • Ida
  • Thea
  • Freja
  • Morten

Strategy

Denmark

Music

Peace Theme War Theme

Mod Support

Events and Decisions

Go on a Viking against [City-State]

The people of [City-State] are rich and fat. We shall do what our people have always done, and call a raid against them. Our blades will fall upon them as we claim their riches for our own!

Requirement/Restrictions:

  • Player must be Denmark
  • Must have a Melee Unit in the Capital
  • May not be enacted after the end of the Medieval Era
  • May only be enacted once per City State
  • May only be enacted 8 times per game

Costs:

  • X% chance the unit is killed
  • -60 Influence Influence with [City-State]

Rewards:

  • 75 Gold Gold per Era

Note: Higher level units are less likely to be killed

Formalize the Thing

Our people have long held Things or assemblies at regular intervals to address the grievances and disputes between clans. Giving the Thing a bigger role to play in our government should lower the costs of maintaining peace within the nation, and allow us to focus on outward expansion.

Requirement/Restrictions:

  • Player must be Denmark
  • Must have at least 8 Melee Units
  • May only be enacted from the beginning of the Medieval era
  • May only be enacted once per game

Costs:

  • 300 Gold Gold
  • Magistrates Magistrates

Rewards:

  • -20% Unit Gold Gold maintenance costs

Exploration Continued Expanded

Colony List
  1. Balasore
  2. Reval
  3. Tórshavn
  4. Kongenstein
  5. Prinzenstein
  6. Danmarksnagore
  7. Trankebar
  8. Reykjavik
  9. Nuuk
  10. Piltene
  11. Frederiksnagore

Unique Cultural Influence

"Our children are now growing up with your fairy tales and playing with your plastic bricks. I worry the rest of the world will also succumb to the influence of your culture."

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