I have seen it written, somewhere on this site, that if you regenerate your starting position over and over looking for the 'ideal' start, you might as well just save some time and just create a start position with the elements you desire via Worldbuilder. Despite that, I've never created a start with WB - I think there would be too much temptation to add 'just one more' resource or floodplain tile, just to add additional tweaks until I had a totally unbalanced start. I do think that it would be interesting to see how others perceive an ideal start, though. So, share your darkest WB fantasies here, subject to the following restrictions: - only show the starting BFC; I'm not asking you to worldbuild an entire continent or map - only 5 resource tiles in the starting BFC - otherwise, things get kind of - only show resources available at 4000 BC (e.g. no Copper, Horses, etc) - only use terrains that are permitted in the standard game (so no Floodplain Hill Gold tiles) - state which difficulty your creation is intended for (large amounts of floodplain, for example, are much more of a problem at Emperor than they are at Chieftain) - if the start position is intended for a particular civilization or leader, state them.