For those or you who have played for years without ever having a Leader or an Army, or have had only very few of them, I have some good news for you. If you download or have from a disc the original version of TETurkhan's Test of Time scenario, certain countries can build Leaders and Armies like regular units, with Leaders being even better, as they cost nothing and require no population. The civilizations are the Mongols, China, Japan, Korea, Tibet, Cambodia, and Indonesia. Indonesia starts with Bronze Working and Map Making, so after building your first city, set the production queue to Leaders, Colossus, Leaders, The Great Lighthouse, and five turns into the game you have the Colossus boosting your revenue, Spearmen instead of simply Warriors to build, with the Great Lighthouse boosting your Galleys across the seas. It is even better, as the Leaders can be used to speed construction of all of the buildings, not just the Wonders. All the Leaders costs is one turn for production. Basically, there is a quirk in the program that means if you give a unit the Leader characteristics without calling it a "Leader" specifically, all of the restrictions of being created by a battle are bypassed. These Leaders can also be used to uild the Army unit very nicely. If you cannot win at Test of Time with one of those civilizations, I would be very surprised. There are quite a few othe rways of geting Leader and Army units, but those do require the use of the editor. The simplest way for the Army unit is to uncheck the "Requires a Victorious Army" box for the Military Academy and Pentagon, which will build the Army unit without the Leader. If you check the "Build Armies without a Leader" for the Heroic Epic and Art of War, those can be used a well. Then check the "Finish Improvements" box for the Army, and have at it. That will work for all versions of Cin3. Then again, you can simply set the Test of Time scenario so that all of the civilizations benefit from the Leaders unit. That does even the playing field a bit.