Hey Everyone, I started playing the Civilization series with Civilization IV (I bought the complete edition) but I could never really get into it. It's my fault, not the game's; I just never got around to investing the time required to learn how to play, though I intended to give Civ a decent try for nearly two decades as some of my friends were massive fans. It was only really when Civ V was released that I finally gave the series its due and learned how to play (though I'm still an amateur even after two expansions and all the DLCs worth of time that has passed). I still kind of regret not getting into the series from the beginning. Some of my favourite games are Age of Wonders: Shadow Magic, Warlords, Total War, Europa Universalis, Crusader Kings, etc, so Civilization was something I always knew I'd probably love. I'm wondering about how you long time fans feel about Civilization V as compared to past games. I am glad they got rid of stacks, based on my brief experience with Civ IV. It's kind of strange for me as something of an "outsider" that people still talk fondly of Civ, Civ II, and Civ IV, but for some reason I almost never heard anyone mention Civ III at all. Why is this? I thought it might have been a bad game, but it wasn't judging by the reviews I found. The second question is: how much more content can we expect for Civ V? Since this is the first time I've really got into the series, I kind of don't want it to end so soon. I notice that the game is well supported with thought out patches, but I'm kind of hoping we'll see another expansion, or at least some more civs. Don't really want to see Civ VI any time soon.