Enrico Dandolo (Character)

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Enrico Dandolo
Enrico Dandolo at the World Congress
Actor Matt Locke
Occupation Doge of Venice
First Appearance Civ 5: Doing Something About Gandhi

Doge Enrico Dandolo is the 41st Doge and ruler of Venice. He generally eschews military action, instead working with city states and loving the arts as well economic prosperity. While he may interact with other leaders on the global stage, his plans are usually thwarted. He rules over one city only. He also is frequently denounced, to the point that it has created the religion of Denouncing Venice.


Civ 5: Doing Something About Gandhi[edit]

In this sketch, after the military option is initially suggested by Suleiman the Magnificent and objected to, Enrico suggests that the large amount of money he possesses can be used to help with the conflict in some indeterminate way. He announces that he is building a Terracotta Army, but it is completed by Egypt first. A nuclear explosion is seen and the meeting determines that Venice had been the one nuked, as well as the world's trade routes being taken out by the blast, leaving Venice with no funds. At that point Enrico announced that he was "out."

Civ 5: World Congress[edit]

In this sketch, Enrico is part of a World Congress with multiple other world leaders. He puts forward the idea of being made world leader as voted by the World Congress. He also supports banning crabs. Due to his influence with a large number of the city states, he is able to manipulate the voting of the World Congress. Once city states are embargoed; he loses all power.

Civilization 6 VS Europa Universalis 4[edit]

In this sketch, Enrico barges in on a dispute between Trajan, Roosevelt and Cleopatra. The Doge enters the room along with Suleiman and Theodora from Europa Universalis IV, with the intent of using the area to solve another conflict. The Civ VI leaders end up helping the two EU IV leaders work out their differences, though at the cost of Dandolo's territory.