So, I'm a newish player (less than 100hrs) and I'm playing on King? (#5) but debating on bumping it up to Emperor? (#6 or whatever #7 is). Now I know a fair few people are of the opinion that 'you can do whatever you want and still win' at this difficulty, and I agree with that. As I have really no idea what I'm doing and still manage to win fairly easily. I'm trying to develop this strat for Immortal/Deity, but want to see how it goes in earlier difficulties as my 'learning curve'. I've decided I really like the Celts and that I should probs pick a civ to 'learn'. I was wondering if I could get some tips or at least a pointer to a good guide/let's play for a similar strat. I've done a fair amount of research, but I get a bit lost after teching Theology (I end up either going straight for Broadcast Towers, etc or bumming around in the lower end to try and 'catch the bottom 1/2 of the tech tree up'). I'm going for a Peaceful(ish) Cultural Victory, but fueled by religion (spreading it aggressively) in a tall empire (generally 3 cities). My general build order is: Scout > Scout > Monument > Worker (interrupting for Stonehenge) > Granary > Shrine > Temple > x Policies are: Honour opener (to farm culture + faith with Pictish Warrior), Tradition > Piety opener > Asthetics > Piety Tech is: Calendar rush (for Stonehenge) > Lux techs (basically all the first era) > Theology rush > Archeology rush My general religion is: Fertility Rites/God King > Tithe + Lit Drama > Cathedrals + Texts and finishing with Scared Sites. Priority Wonders: Stonehenge, Oracle, at least one from Theology (Grand Temple/Borobudur preferably with Hagia Sophia being nice if I can), Pisa, Sistine Chapel, Uffizi, Louvre, Eiffel Tower.