Probably I am not the only one here who wants more realistic game. So I have one idea to team up, and build something realistic. I saw a lot of good mods in civ5, and I really have no idea why didn’t you team up and make history. Few thoughts: 1. The base would be YnAMP by Gedemon. But, there would be a change. Resources would be identical as in the real world. National resources would be assigned to each civilization and also new types of resources would be imported based on geographical location. With this all civs and city states would be forced to trade and import missing goods. This move’s goal is to encourage economic aspects of the game, just as in the real world. Also, this would require boosting effects from buildings and districts which idea is to boost gold output every time we step in new era so we can build/buy and maintain more and more units. 2. Also importing new buildings in districts, such as national bank in commercial district... 3. Importing all missing wonders from civ5 and adding new, such as Cia, Imf, MIT, much more… 4. Importing new techs and units. Such as new types of fighter jets and bombers and in IT era generation 5 jet fighters which could also be used as bombers. Editing relations between civs and units. Only protection against bombers in IT era would be mobile sam on the ground and jets in air. And bombers could destroy all other units. The goal is to achieve more realistic scale in military aspects of the game. 5. More realistic relationships between leaders. Boosting effects from trades, embassies and more. 6. Adding new city states that would be named as countries; adding civs and editing leaders of existing. Adding for example Serbia, beautiful country with rich history (find out more on Wikipedia). Adding Hitler or Angela Merkel as leaders of Germany, or Washington as president of US. This is only idea and few thoughts and needs to be worked out. I need a team of people to discuss and exchange ideas so we can build up something really big. If someone is interested contact me. We would first set goals and then split the work.