Allo all, I rarely read manuals, but when playing a game, sometimes I'll notice something I have no clue about and just keep on playing until my curiosity compels me to actually look at the manual. But in this case, I have no manual that tells me anything useful other than if I was an epileptic I may induce it by playing DS games. And I would read online stuff, but there is no "DS only" section. So I wade through "differences" threads, but It would be handy to have a DS only section. So, have you found out anything interesting? Any tips? Here's what I found out: Can't delete units. Bummer. Militia info - when I first played this game, I didn't know what the thing was. It came with a ship, but couldn't attack. It also can't form into an army nor does it upgrade to anything. But it has the scout ability which is cool. I always thought the icons at the top of the leader choice were decoration. Now I realize that when you win a particular victory type (be it science, cultural, domination or economic) it becomes highlighted. So I have a new goal: highlight all of them with each leader in Deity! (Finished off the easier ones, like Arab and Montezuma) Hopefully something cool will happen, but I'm not holding my breath. Here are some questions too: I WOULD like a visual icon list for each unity ability. I still forget which icon is which for Loyalty/Guerilla/Leadership, but the other ones I'm sure on. You can erase your stats in the settings. The only 'stat' keeping I know of is wins for for each leader. Is that the only stats there are or has someone found other stats? What's the point of GOTW? It seems to be no different from a random map, unless there are victory conditions I don't know about and need to manually look at... Any way to check number of wins for a unit? It briefly flashes after a win, but that's it. Why do I want to know? I try to do all my initial battles with one unit so that it can get to infiltration faster, but woe to me if I accidentally put a second similar unit on top of it and I forget which is which. Now if there IS a list out there and I just missed it, please redirect me. Thanks!