I just started my first game ov Civ3 today, and I am totally blown away. I'm not new to the series, but I've been playing Civ4 for a while and can play not-quite-comfortably on Noble. I have to admit this was quite as engrossing as my first Civ4 game, but soo much more difficult. I need a whole lot of questions answered. Why does civil disorder happen so often? Is making one citizen an entertainer the best way to deal with it? Is there no resource specific improvemnt like civ4, do you just need to build a road to gain access to a resource? Should I be irrigating everything? How important are mines?What are the more important units and buildings to hammer out at the very beginning? Is there no probability of victory calculator like in civ4? How are you supposed to know your odds of winning? Is there anyway of moving a group of units on the same tile together, like a stack? Combat is a little weird because my units appear to be virtually invincible versus barbs, but almost useless against other civs. And its not like they have a tech advantage or anything. Considering that I wasn't new to the series, I confidently decided to play on Warlord. Was that a mistake, should I have started on the easiest level?