Let me first say: I love absolutely everything I’ve seen so far about Civ V. The game looks bloody brilliant. I’ve watched every video, read every article, I think I’ve seen the two hours of live gameplay four times now. The new .pdf guide? It’s pretty spectacular, I don’t care what anyone has to say about it. The icon art work is nothing short of gorgeous and it really did fill in a lot of the gaps on information about Civ V. But there are 17 things I’m still unsure about. 17 things that the amount of information on anywhere just doesn’t seem to add up. The game comes out in only two days, maybe 2kGreg could fill us in on some of these little misunderstandings sometime between now and release? It’s not like spoilers – it’s just looking for clarification on some things that are difficult to be certain about with the amount of information we’ve got so far. 1: SOLVED. 2: SOLVED. 3: SOLVED. 4: +25% bonus on mountains, what does that apply to? They’re impassible. 5: SOLVED. 6: SOLVED. 7: SOLVED. 8: SOLVED. 9: You can raze a city as soon as you occupy it? Doesn’t this affect the ability to recapture a lost city significantly? 10: SOLVED. 11: SOLVED. 12: One review said that there is no convenient way in the game to see every resource you have, are trading, etc. all at once without manually counting them. Clarification? 13: Farms can be constructed, generally, on any tile without a resource? Even on tundra or ice? Those say no benefit to food. So I assume it's just poor wording in the guide? 14: SOLVED. 15: SOLVED. 16: ‘Evasion’ is for ranged and land units, but ‘interception’ (which is avoided by evasion) seems like something only done to air units. Very confusing. 17: Bonus resources are horribly described. They seem basically useless in a lot of situations. See: whole thread on this problem. If anyone has any answers for these, it’d be hugely appreciated. If not, I suppose we’ll find out through trial-and-error when the game comes ‘round. Until then, I’ll continue to sit in the corner and rock back and forth as I try to recover from Civ withdraw.