So, I decided to create an account to thank this forum for all the great tips and strategies that have helped me push the difficulty up little by little. I have been going basic tradition almost every game, and I decided to try out liberty in this game primarily because there were 4 luxuries in my capital and after scouting for a little bit, I found that I had room to expand and even more luxuries in my expands. Everything just seemed to fall into place to try and do liberty. Below are some pictures of the game state: Screenshot (2) by Civ V > Civ VI posted May 30, 2018 at 6:45 AM Screenshot (3) by Civ V > Civ VI posted May 30, 2018 at 6:45 AM Screenshot (4) by Civ V > Civ VI posted May 30, 2018 at 6:45 AM Screenshot (5) by Civ V > Civ VI posted May 30, 2018 at 6:45 AM Screenshot (6) by Civ V > Civ VI posted May 30, 2018 at 6:45 AM So, first I'll give you some background on the game, and then I would love to hear your opinions about what to do next and what I should have done instead. So, I decided very early on that I was going to attempt liberty and I thought that the Pyramids would be a strong wonder (I have never built it before). So, I rushed masonry and built the Pyramids as soon as I could (before settlers). After that I had the collective rule policy and cranked out 5 settlers in a row. I was planning on doing more, but happiness was becoming an issue and I didn't see any great locations to settle. My first city Te-Moak, so that I could get a quick religion with Uluru which I thought could be a good solution for unhappiness later in the game. It was about this time that I got the ridiculous idea of trying to get Petra in an expand on immortal. Then I remembered that I received a free great person as the liberty finisher, so I decided I would rush Petra in that city. I didn't settle that city until after Agaidka and Goshute because those cities were more contested and I wanted to define my borders. Then I settled Pohokwi and finally Washawkie. In each city I built a monument first because it was taking a ridiculously long time to get to the finisher policy of liberty (that is what delayed Petra so much).Then in each city I just built what I felt I needed at the time (either a caravan, granary, watermill, or archers). At this point you guys can see I have two more turns until libraries are finished and then I can start the national college immediately. So now I have some questions: Do you think I have delayed the national college too much (It will be done by about turn 90 - 95). Was the building of Pyramids a mistake? Was the building of Petra a mistake? Should I have settled more or less cities? Any other things about the game up to this point that you can comment about, I would greatly appreciate. Now about the future of the game. What should my pans consist of? I don't know what "filler" policies to take (I get a new policy in 10 turns). Should I attack one of my neighbors and tell me what you guys would do at this point. Thanks for any help!