My last thread, I asked for advice on who to choose for a conquest victory. Aside from the first guy (who seemed more interested in trolling than being helpful), most of you gave some pretty genuine advice. Moderator Action: Welcome to CivFanatics. Accusing someone of being a troll is to be one yourself. If you think someone is trolling you, please report the post by clicking on the warning triangle icon under your forum member name and then let the staff handle the issue. Please read the forum rules: http://forums.civfanatics.com/showthread.php?t=422889 Well, this thread, I was hoping you could advise me on the best leaders to achieve a cultural victory. I'm currently thinking... Louis XIV of France. His industrious trait would help me with cranking out wonders, complimenting the +2 culture per city given by his "creative" trait. The wheel would give me early access to pottery - and thus granaries - allowing me to quickly increase the population of my cities (which should already be increasing dramatically, if I can settle near lots of floodplains, so I can make maximum use of my starting agriculture tech and upcoming animal husbandry), so I'll be able to work more mines and quarries at one time, giving me more access to iron, stone, gold, and so forth. Any suggestions?