Been trying Random Personalities just to mix things up recently. I searched and found a couple previous threads in the forums but they did not delve too deep. The common wisdom on Random Personalities seems to be that it can gimp the AI because the AI might not use it's UA, UB or UU to full advantage. Curious, is anyone who plays Random Personalities often noticing a severe gimp on the AI's that show up? So, I'm thinking what could be a list of CIVs who wouldn't be particularly gimped with a random AI yet would provide some interesting... er... randomness. Probably CIVs that have a UA, UU or UB that lends itself to multiple victory conditions. Some thoughts... Poland - seems like a CIV with a flexible UA that could adapt in any direction. Shoshone - seems fairly vanilla once the initial exploration and settling is out of the way Maya - they have a UA which gives free great people but since they may not select the same GP twice seems non-specialized. UB gives faith and science, always handy regardless of AI direction. Rome - The UUs are early war units whose time passes quickly but the UA can lend itself to areas besides conquest. What could be some other CIVs that might perform well with a random AI? Anyone noticed a CIV which always seems to do ok using a Random Personality in game?