First off, this is a repost of a similar topic I put in the wrong forum. If I should have just waited on a mod to move it, I apologize, but I made the mistake of explaining why I wanted to get rid of the third thing and someone who disagreed with me took offense; so I really just wanted to recreate the thread and not have that kind of off-topic stuff in it. All right, Rhye's and Fall is pretty much the only part of Civ IV that keeps me playing after such a long addiction to the game that waned over time. I really adore taking a civilization from its historical roots and making it the same as or different than what it was historically. However, there are three aspects of the mod that I would like to know how to get rid of and since I'm about as computer savvy as a crumbled plastic cup, I've decided to ask here. 1. I'd like to get rid of the negative stability modifiers for Representation if you have over three cities. I KINDA understand the reasoning behind this--many believe that the Roman Republic fell partially because it couldn't handle the administration of such a huge empire--but the thing is, the United States of America proved the whole "A Republic cannot be large" thing wrong, so I'd like to get rid of it. 2. Additionally, I'd like to get rid of the negative modifiers against number of cities, period. I understand the ones that give negative modifiers if you go outside historic expansion, but these just annoy me when I'm trying to, say, build the British Empire to its historical heights. 3. I'd like to get rid of the Great Depression aspect if you have the "Free Market" civic. This is the troublesome one. Not explaining why I want this one out this time. Anyway, if someone would kindly answer my question, I would very much appreciate it.