Hi there fellow Civ Fanatics! Since joining this site I've been inspired to make my Science Victories more efficient. I play on Immortal/Deity, continents, standard map size. My best victory so far has been at about T260 (I know many players can do under 150 turns) and just wanted to get some general pointers. This is what I do: Early Game: - Beeline Political Philosophy by T50 and Feudalism by T80-90 (I usually branch off to get Recorded History for +8 Seowons first though). - Settle 10-12 cities by about T100 - I settle on luxuries and sell them to the AI. Most of the time I can afford to buy a monument in every new city and then start working on a Seowon -> library -> university. Mid Game: - When I get 5 charge builders with Feudalism I move Magnus around and chop everything. Generally my cities will get to 10 pop and will have libraries and universities. - Culturally I beeline to Exploration and then to The Enlightenment. Then I go to Ideology and get my government (I usually pick Democracy). - Scientifically I unlock the Ruhr Valley and Oxford University and usually put them both in my capital with Pingala. Late Game: - Then I go to Rocketry and get 2-3 Spaceports (I do this to decrease the last part of the new GS SV). - I usually don't bother with the government district and so don't have the Royal Society (I know this might be bad). I'd be very happy with a sub T200 SV but I'm just not really sure what I should be doing. Is my strategy wrong? Or do I simply need to be doing it more efficiently? One of my biggest questions is regarding districts: I get a Seowon in every city. But what about other districts? I usually get a handful of Commercial Hubs but don't bother with Theatre Squares. Shuould I have my core cities also get CHs and TSs and just Seowons in my other cities? I'd appreciate any advice you guys could give me! [EDIT]: Oops! This was meant to go into the strategy forum - sorry. Can it be moved there?