It's been a few months since my last comprehensive strategy guide for Civ V BNW, but I haven't stopped writing them. My latest guide is for another legacy vanilla civ: Rome. Please check it out at: http://www.megabearsfan.net/post/2015/09/29/Civ-V-Rome-strategy.aspx I had originally planned this strategy with the assumption that Rome's Glory of Rome ability would buff the yield of internal production trade routes, and so they would serve to benefit strongly from the new trade route mechanics (similar to India). After playing through the first half of a game, I realized that this assumption was false, so instead the strategy makes a point of emphasizing this limitation of the ability. In fact, trade route yield seems to be applied after all other multiplicative modifiers have been applied. This strategy focuses on how to manage construction in your capital in order to ensure that your other cities can utilize Glory of Rome efficiently. It also covers different ways to use the road-building capabilities of Rome's Legion in both military and non-military applications. 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 Roman 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 I will also post a similar thread on the official 2k forum in case anyone wants to check the discussion there.