Tropico 6 – How to Get More Revolutionaries

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Are you as excited for a new Tropico game as we are here at Nerds and Scoundrels? Tropico 6 is the next in the long line of greatness, and so far it hasn’t disappointed. Early in the game, the most important thing is to earn your independence, and to do so you’ll need the backing of revolutionary immigrants. Wondering how to get more revolutionaries in Tropico 6? Our Tropico 6 Revolutionaries Guide can help!

Tropico 6 Revolutionaries Guide

As El Presidente, you’ll need to build a strong relationship with the revolutionary immigrants in order to win independence from the Crown. The first thing you must know is that your support from these revolutionaries depends entirely on your relationship with the Revolutionary Leader.

During gameplay, the Revolutionary Leader will routinely ask you for help. These requests will come more frequently as the game goes on, and include things like building a Pirate Cove. These requests will pop up as “Revolutionary Demand” as you play.

To build your strength with the revolutionaries, accept every Revolutionary Demand that comes your way. Every time you complete one of these demands, you will have your choice of rewards. While the money or blueprints may be enticing, you should always take the +10 revolutionary immigrants option.

If you help the leader every time you’re offered and always accept the reward of additional revolutionaries, you will quickly move through the Colonial Era.

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And that concludes our Tropico 6 Revolutionaries Guide. Did we leave anything? Be sure to drop your own Tropico 6 tips in the tips in the comment section for us! And if you want a visual explanation, check out this video below!

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A life long gamer, Travis spends his time writing about and playing games when he's not suing people or hanging out with his family.

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A life long gamer, Travis spends his time writing about and playing games when he's not suing people or hanging out with his family.