Just got my win on Immortal using Hungary. Funnily, I got a Religious Victory. Yeah, that Foreign Ministry is when you make your big move. I levied some troops once prior to that just to pillage and raise some trouble. But once the Foreign Ministry is up, you can levy everybody; and once everybody's levied, that's an extra 2 envoys on every CS you have--which basically locks you in as Suze for the rest of the game. I never once took advantage of the -75% upgrade levied troops. The CS was on par or ahead of me on tech. I did, however, play Twilight Valor dark age policy card a lot, since I levied a lot more melee units than I normally would have. That's Twilight Valor bonus + Foreign Ministry bonus + Hungary bonus. That's a lot of combat bonus! I thought Apadana wonder would be really important--but with only 6 CS in the game, it really wasn't. It probably would have been more important if there were more than 10 CS in the game. Kilwa, however, was crucial. That's what put me in the science lead. I'm not used to building Kilwa but not Apadana, but that's Hungary. I can see why Hungary is considered a Domination Victory civ, but because my levied units did not have any siege, that meant I pillaged a lot--and by pillage, I mean faith. So it was a domination-inspired religious victory. Hungary is a pretty strong civ, but it all rides on the AI not running away with it before you get the Foreign Ministry. Researching the Divine Right civic is pretty high priority, since that is what unlocks Foreign Ministry.