I'm curious as to what you guys think of the viability of desert cities now that Nazca lines are a thing? I have a few screenshots from my Mali game to show some examples of what they can do. Here is an example of a Petra city with Nazca lines surrounding the outer tiles, along with one adjacent to the two niter resources. Unfortunately they're very hard to see with the Civ V textures, but if you look very carefully you can see them. Now while Nazca lines themselves can't be worked, them adding +1 food, +1 prod, and +1 faith to every adjacent tiles means a potential 3*6=18 increase in tiles yields from one improvement. Next I'll show how they can be used in other ways in a non-Petra city. In this screenshot, the Nazca lines are being used to make a few high yield tiles out of pure desert, while also being used to improve a couple maoi improvements. Using Nazca lines to make a few elite tiles makes them amazing for low population cities that wouldn't be able to work lots of tiles in the first place. So what do you guys think of Nazca lines? Would you consider desert cities to be competitive with the use of Nazca tiles?