So I just bought the full game the other day and want to improve my early game. Right away I feel out of place coming out of Civ V which forced you to almost always go tall. From my understanding you can't seem to do that at all in VI. Right from turn 1 my plan was to spam settlers asap, then workers, then districts. Is this the correct mindset or should you take breaks between spamming settlers to build districts asap? Barbs slowed my 2nd city down by a few turns, but it's turn 50 and I feel like taking a break to build a 7 turn science district followed by a few workers. By the time I've finished upgrading all my tiles the hammer district should be researched. Feeling a bit squished, should I rush kill these city states or keep em alive and commit some Georgian genocide? The only other option I can think of is to settle some garbage cities by the ocean. Should I build an army after the hammer district or asap? What should I build?