During season 2 of Civilization V, four religions were founded.
It is based upon the most indigenous set of spiritual practices in Japan, known as Shinto.
Founded by Sjin, the religion is probably the most popular religion in the series. It's widespread presence in the east was notable amongst the Polish Empire and the far reaches of Venice's puppet states. It's holy city is Threegemsheepy in the Shoshone Empire.
Sjin has caused a few wars while trying to spread the religion around.
Sjin, while sharing his religion, managed to cause a war with Sips, causing two workers to be stolen and a crop to be burned. This particular crop field is now kept on fire, as a traditional reminder of the war.
By Episode 7, the boys began to refer to being converted to Sjinto as being "Sjintoed".
Piratese is a religion in the Yogscast series Civ 5 Challenge.
Wars with SjintoEdit
When Sips proposed to make Piratese the world religion, Sjin and Lewis strongly opposed this idea due to the benefits gained from their own religions - Sjinto and Sausage Worship. However, they failed to overpower the other players and Piratese became the world religion.
Sausage Worship is a religion in the Civ 5 Challenge.
While the religion is based on the Indian religion of Sikhism, Lewis originally thought of using Islam as his base, commenting that he thought its religious symbol resembled a sausage. He later changed his name as to avoid angering followers of Islam.
Sausage Worship struggled with Sjinto over the dominant religion of the Lewis' city of Frankfurter during the series due to Frankfurter's geographical location close to Sjin's Sjinto based Shoshone empire.
Rythianity is Rythian's religion in the Civ 5 Challenge. In the first season, Rythianity was only in Rythian's capital city of Malmö and a city state Prague, it was not a very strong religion. Rythianity is a parody of Christianity.