Also could you tell me how you got it so that there's no corruption and 31 civs? Since it's probably easier for you, especially if you've never used the editor, I'm going to upload my map. Once it's uploaded, I'll post the link here, and you can download it, unzip the file, and move the Earth 31 Players.biq to the Civilization III > Scenarios folder, and it'll show up in CivContent. As to making the map... Well, first of all you'll need Conquests - 16 civs is the limit in Vanilla and ?24? in Play the World. If you have that, go into Civ3ConquestsEdit (look under the Start Menu -> wherever you put Civ3), and open the Earth (Huge).bic file. To do this, you'll have to change the file type from .biq to .bic, and then go to the Civilization III>Scenarios folder. After opening the file, go to Scenario on the menu bar, and select Custom Rules, and click OK. Now find the Edit button in the upper-left, and click it. Find the tab that says "Difficulty Levels" and click it. Now go through all the difficulty levels and drag the Corruption slider (right column) down to zero percent. Then click the "Close" button in the lower-right. Corruption is now 0%. To get 31 civs, click the Scenario menu again and choose Scenario Properties. In the first tab, find the "Number of Players" option (top center) and change it to 31. Make sure all 31 civs are available by pressing Shift, clicking the first civ, and dragging down to the last civ. Click "Apply" in the lower-right, and then "OK". The final step is to add 15 more player starting locations. Hit the button "O" (for overlay) once back to the main screen, then hit "P" twice (until it reads "Player Starting Location" and hit "Enter". Now just click 15 locations for players to start. In my scenario, I also adjusted some of the default starting locations (for better balance) and changed some of them to always have the same default civ for some added historical accuracy. "The editor. Oh great! Good luck! You will need it..." It's not really an option. This is CivIII, remember, not CivIV. I suppose I could modify the save file, but that would be an exercise in futility. And anyways, what fun would it be without the occasional setback?