Am I the only one who finds that encampments aren't terribly useful, even in Domination games? I just got done winning a Domination victory on King as the Aztecs and I never once built an encampment. Rome had one with a barracks that I took over early on but I never actually built any units there, I trained a couple in a city with an encampment later on but the game was already won at that point, and I never built any of the district buildings. I just don't really find encampments to be particularly useful, in most games there is maybe 1 location where the defensive map feature helps and its nice to have a city with one to use as a troop training zone but even that isn't necessary. Otherwise, for how expensive in production it is it's just not worth the little benefit it brings, it's almost always better to just build units directly or industrial districts. During my conquest I only built a handful of units after the middle ages and mostly just used the same army and kept upgrading it, I find most of my cities building economic stuff most of the time just to keep up and keep my empire running anyway. Wondering if this is just my experience or applies on higher difficulties or if others agree.