A two-part request: 1) In Civ 5, in the Advanced Setup, it was possible to use a slider to have as many as _41_ separate City-States... on a world map that was no more than Huge at most. Currently, I'm playing a game in Civ 6 on a (mod) Massive map (4 steps up from Huge) that has a grand total of _3_ -- count 'em, THREE -- City-States That count is sooooo low, it falls into the realm of "Why even bother?" I _like_ tremendously LARGE maps. And I _like_ filling up that expanse with LOTS of City-States. In Real Life when the Greek empire was at its zenith, they had @2000 cities scattered around the Med. Many were banded together into Leagues and whatnot, but most were singular city-states. Having a map of the supposed world with just THREE independent city-states just doesn't look or feel right. It makes for anemic trade opportunities, anemic political wheeling and dealing, and the sense of religious propagation and dispersion. I want more city-states! I hope I'm not alone in that desire. 2) In contrast to Civ 5, Diplomacy with city-states is incredibly anemic. The ONLY way to exert influence on a city-state is how many envoys are assigned to the consulate/embassy? No bribery? No saber-rattling? No coup-promoting? No proxy wars with opposing city-states? It really puts the "blah" into "blase". Can anyone spice up Diplomacy with City-States?