I wanted to create this Thread just to see what fellow Fanatics think. This thread might have already been raised, and if so, then I'm happy to be referred to that Thread. In any case, I shall continue. 'Adjacency' Civs are those who gain bonuses to District yields based on certain criteria. I would like to list my ranked list of these Civs, and explain why. 1) Brazil: number one in my view because they can rack up crazy bonuses! The best thing about this is that Rainforest Tiles are quite common and Brazil gains +1 adjacency from EACH tile (unlike other like Civs as I will explain later). Not to mention that if you choose Sacred Path Pantheon, then you can gain even more Faith! 2) Netherlands: because rivers are quite common, Netherlands can also rack up bonuses, and for IZs, which is good (and something that Brazil doesn't gain). The issue is that the bonuses don't stack (i.e. if between two or more rivers, so you can't gain as much adjacency bonuses as Brazil. 3) Australia: Land Down Under is a good ability, but again not as common as either Rivers or Rain forests so, in my opinion, not as good as 1 or 2. 4) Japan: I don't use them much and haven't really used their ability that effectively but if you plan your cities you can get nice adjacency bonuses. 5) Indonesia: this Civ is probably the worst of all Adjacency Civs. When I played them yesterday I was disappointed to learn that they don't gain bonuses for EACH tile, only for one. Sure, a +1 bonus is nice, but I don't think it's worth building a district just gain +1 science. Let me know what you all think!