I play in the No Quitters multiplayer group, and part of the problem with maintaining it is player attrition. Players move on, or give up, or get banned, and an influx of newer players is needed to replace them. This means people who have a strong enough grasp of the base game to make that jump into multiplayer (modded) Civ V. But the issue is a lot of the strategy advice is bad. Not so much around here, which has some of the strongest singleplayer experts. But on Reddit or Steam or elsewhere if you look at what passes for strategy "guides" it's outdated at best, and actively harmful at worst. Obviously it's a 11 year old game and that comes with the territory. But people are still picking it up and not getting good advice. I want to create another set of strategy guides/videos to help beginner/intermediate players improve, and graduate to Immortal/Deity (and hopefully eventually to multiplayer). I thought I should ask some of the members here what conventional Civ V wisdom is bad, or misleading, or outdated. There are certain obvious things like wonders not being very strong, or Liberty is actually very good, etc., but what key advice is missing that struggling players really need? I think I've got a fairly good handle on things going back and playing through vanilla Civ V games but I don't want to miss important stuff.