A few examples... Catherine de Medici (France): Gains as many Spies and as much diplomatic access as possible. Does not like civilizations who ignore these espionage activities. Huh? Why would she want other leaders to focus on spying when that will just make her job more difficult?? Trajan (Rome): Tries to include as much territory as possible in his empire. Does not like civilizations who control little territory. But, but, wait — if Trajan wants to control territory, why would he dislike leaders who make his agenda easier to accomplish?? Shaka (Zulu): Tries to form as many Corps and Armies as possible, and likes those who follow his lead. Dislikes civilizations with few Corps and Armies. So, you mean he likes leaders who will build strong militaries that he'll have trouble defeating? Um, what?? _________ On the other hand, something like this makes a lot of sense... Genghis Khan (Mongols): Builds a strong cavalry force, and likes those who do not compete in cavalry. Dislikes civilizations who rival him in cavalry strength. _________ It appears to me that the designers of those other Civs (France, Rome, Zulu) didn't quite understand the whole concept of agenda. And it's a bit disappointing that these things haven't been fixed yet, after all this time.