Hi All, Thanks to the advice on these forums and watching a bit of YouTube, I can win pretty regularly on immortal by conquest / domination, in isolation, Pangea, continents, etc. However, I’ve been trying to branch out into some other victory conditions, and here’s where I’m struggling a little. I never had issues getting these on earlier difficulties, but on immortal I struggle. The point of these conditions for me is to try a different play style - so I don’t want to win space by getting just shy of the Domination limit and then turning to space, if that makes sense. For my peaceful immortal space games, I can normally get to 9-10 cities, and a comfortable tech lead in the renaissance era. My tech path is normally something like - usual early game techs -> civil service (bureau) -> education (Oxford) -> lib -> democracy (emancipation / US). Generally I try to cottage everything in sight and get to all towns ASAP. However I still struggle to keep up in the modern era, and also struggle to build parts. Questions / things I struggle with: - what should be normal tech path? (especially post lib - I feel I am directionless here) - how to use corporations, if at all? State property seems of limited value due to the relatively small number of cities, but I also struggle to get a meaningful number of resources for corps with my small empire - how to manage health / happy caps? With a small empire, I have relatively few resources. Should I build health / happy buildings? Should I just have more, smaller cities? - how to efficiently build parts? Should I workshop and if so when? I don’t like to replace a 2f1h8c town with a 2f4h workshop but is there another way? - how much to trade with AI? I’m never sure how much to balance my acceleration vs theirs. Generally I’ll trade away a tech if I can get at least 2x value for it, but I’m not sure if I should be more stingy. Help appreciated!