What do you guy's think out the Celts? good? bad? I tried them out the other day and I decided to give them a shot liberty to collective rule, then full piety. I normally would have gone sacred sites but I was planning on warmongering a tad with those pictish warriors, so I picked Jesuit Education. From there I kind of just kept expanding into the forest trying to grab and luxury's I could find. I managed to get my faith up to about 120 fpt so every city I founded would have a university/public school/research lab. I found with Jesuit Education I didn't really feel the science penalty for wide empire's since. The Celt's UB really helped me a lot since I was expanding so much I could counteract the happiness problems a little bit better. I ended up winning a turn 330 domination game on standard speed. The only thing I would change about the Celts is maybe all units get faith on kill and change the pictish warrior to a swordsman replacement. I like the Celts but I feel I could have done a lot better as the Maya or Songhai.