Well first of all probably taking from civ 5 experience I was pretty early with campus districts in my capital and most of my early cities. I did heavily focus on production too, but in retrospective it seemed a bit too late. I only made theater district when I had a feeling I was falling behind in civics three or I had absolutely nothing else useful to build. But ended up almost taking culture victory having 140/151 tourism needed for culture victory a couple of turns before I achieved science victory. But my civics tree was still pretty behind the tech tree. Seems that the culture victory is far easier to achieve. OK I admit my bottleneck was industry, and I already read all about radiating factories and planing your cities and districts accordingly, but I am wondering what would be a proper build order? Lets say you try to get to 6 cities as fast as possible but only your capital has really high potential for good production tiles while others are just decent. So you settle your cities but you only have like 2 districts now and both are holy since you felt like taking religion early. Now it is time to start building districts for production/science/culture. Would 6 industry 4 science and 2 culture seem like a good balance? And building industry districts first? Finishing buildings in it or starting campus and theater immediately after? I don't ask for a precise schema, just your thoughts, and what you figured balanced it so far.