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I struggle with happiness. If I do the liberty policy and try to expand quickly I run into alot of unhappiness problems. If I go Tradition and expand slowly I'm OK happiness-wise, but my empire grows too slow and my neighbors eat up the land around me. I do build the happiness buildings and trade resources, but it's still not enough sometimes. Any advice for maintaining happiness? Should I be choosing certain social policies? Backgound - I just play vs. computer and at one of the hardest levels ( but not the hardest). Don't have Gods and Kings yet. Thanks!
Date Posted: Jan 1, 2013 @ 1:04pm