Hopefully this is the right place to put this. I think I'm thinking about districts in the wrong way. Does the grid system (where the cities are like 3 or 4 tiles apart) mean you're only putting districts from that one city and the other two will never build districts? ex link below https://forums.civfanatics.com/threads/civ-vi-is-all-about-the-grid.603057/ So I've also read that building wide is helpful so usually aim for 9 or 10 cities. Would building nine in this 3x pattern way be more beneficial? I always don't know what to once i get to 9 or 10 cities. And usually I dont settle them because the AI is always so close, I just end up taking them. Maybe thats the issue since I didn't have control over where the districts would end up. I want to try a culture victory, but I'm not sure how many theater districts to build, or how many science ones to build. I've heard that Commerce and Industrial should be early and should affect the most cities possible. The guides on here are great, but seeing as I dont understand districts you can see where my issue lies!