I'm a big genghis khan player, but when my friends pray me to not pick him i pick Poland. The reasons that make me like Poland are simple : Taxin' others tiles But with the new loyalty mechanic, it's now impossible to put a city next to an ennemy frontier, in order to build your encampment and steal the cases. I usually do that to my friends that have this nasty habit to "turtle" the games (meaning they just produce sciences and wait to win) so i can break their campus (and it's fun). When i play Poland i usually relly on that. You may find that strategy weird but i do : -Culture to get winged hussards -religion to get choral (meaning + culture) -and encampments to break others campus so they do'nt get too much advances. It usually lead to a war but i do'nt care if i have my winged hussards. Yeah. You may consider me like a big noob after reading this, but please understand that i'm used to play as a warmonger . But often, my friends yell at me to play everything BUT genghis khan. So i've decided i could play differently with Poland but holy crap how weird it is. So here's my questions. Does R&F make the tiles-stealing gameplay impossible ? And is doing war by producing culture is a fleeting strategy ? Please, apologizes me for my poor dialect. Understand that i'm French, a 17 years old and that i don't master English perfectly (i'm working on it). I did not find a better expression that "taxing others tiles" to explain my strategy. Any recommendations or tips is welcome.