Well, I've run out of civs that have received explicit changes in Brave New World, so now I'm moving onto more civs that get implicit changes. This month' strategy guide is for Carthage: http://www.megabearsfan.net/post/2016/01/15/Civ-V-strategy-Carthage.aspx Carthage didn't receive any explicit changes from BNW, but the new trade route mechanics and redesign of the harbor have changed the way that Carthage plays. Instead of getting a building that passively buffs coastal cities with sea resource production and gold, the free harbors now provide a boost to cargo ship range. This gives Carthage some subtle economic, diplomatic, and religious opportunities that other civs have to wait till the medieval era to take advantage of. In addition, the Exploration policy tree (added for BNW) plays very well with Carthage. Of course, the elephant, quinquereme, and mountain-crossing are still there and are unchanged, but I also cover strategies for using those units and powers. And, of course, there's strategies for playing against the uber-treacherous Dido as well. As always, I appreciate any feedback, so please comment, share, or rate the post as you see fit. I also welcome any discussion about the strategy guide or Carthage strategies in general in this forum topic. Additional strategies for the BNW civilizations can be found at: Assyria the tech thief Brazil the jungle king spicy Indonesia Moroccan gatekeepers Poland the progressive warhorse Portual borrows luxuries Land-snatching Shoshone Blindly managing Venice Beware Shaka's loincloth of DOOM! Additional BNW strategies for updated legacy civs: French tourist trap Spreading faith with Arabian Ships of the Desert India is misunderstood German engineering Living by the Japanese sword All your tiles are belong to U.S. Ottoman Renaissance war machine Behold the glory of Rome Guiding the Iroquois along the Great Warpath I will also post a similar thread on the official 2k forum in case anyone wants to check the discussion there.