Hungary: Black Army: 3 Huszar: 3 Pearl of the Danube: 16 Thermal Bath: 5 Raven King: 28 Require a very different playstyle. My first attempt result in a T131 victory which is not as good as those of T1-Civs, however nobody here provides any suggestions. Synergy: Black Army and Huszar: 2 Black Army and Raven King: 5 Raven King and Black Army and Huszar: -1 for they are on different tech lines. Overall Score: 61 BTW I really like the design that each Civ and map situation requires a different route to victory, As Russia and Hungary and England you play almost differently in any directions. If you are tired of archer/horseman rush every game and wish to play casually, Online speed is the right speed to go. As for Hungary, it really needs a lot of things. Exploration to find CSs, Science to upgrade Levied units, Culture for fast Foreign Ministry, Gold for the levy cost. You need to combine everything to get a Hungarian rush done, and when you make it it is powerful. Is it? I see CS building as much as 9 muskets and have stronger military than his nearby Civ, I see another CS not building any military and cannot levy until T120. The profit of Raven King really depends on the situation. I guess the key of playing Hungary shall be "flexible", changing your strategy based on situation from time to time may be the key of playing Hungary. Since as there is Raven King it is really easy to shift your military focus. However a T131 victory doesn't really support this idea. But there's nobody providing any useful suggestions. It seems that CS always build melee and ranged and anti-cav units, and never build any navy or cavalries or air units or support units. Thermal Bath is as strong as Colosseum, 2 prod and 2 amenity for all cities within 6 tiles. Maybe not good for efficient players but really sth. not bad for casual players like me.