Has anyone out there not finished this building intentionally while investing almost all (if not all) hammers into it and then switch builds so someone else builds it to take a lump sum of gold for not completing a wonder? As the purpose of this wonder is to make gold, I was curious if the lump sum received for allowing someone else to build it would exceed the gold one would generate provided a. the empire size was modest (6-9 cities) or b. just didn't get around to building a lot of religious buildings. For instance, if I'm not spiritual, I find I often don't build a lot of temples. I suppose this approach could be taken with most wonders but in the case of the minaret, you'd be offsetting speicifcally what it is designed to do. Now, I understand if you're a long way from computers (that is the tech that obsoletes, right?) and have an empire with 18 cities maxed out with temples, monasteries, and cathedrals than eventually the output from the minaret would exceed a lump sum. I'm looking at trying this presently in my augustus game as I haven't built many temples or monasteries. However, I am industrious, I have stone, and have a lot of cities. Thus, it wouldn't take many turns to invest a load of hammers.