Relegated from holding Kimberley cities to CS cities, to having been relocated to an “icy walkabout”, which although doubtless enhances their survivability, also doubtless enhances the vulnerability of their “city-state” cities, as other civs may choose to jump upon them. Furthermore, the recreation of diplomatic relations, and of the religious situation, means that many civs which in the past may have let the Kimberley live, may not be as inclined to let them do so now, in their weakened state. That being said, it’s not all doom and gloom for the Kimberley, whatever their new situation may suggest. On top of having all luxuries and embargoes revoked, increasing their happiness and trade opportunities, the newfound happiness from their palace will doubtless enhance their golden ages. Meanwhile, the Babylonian Care Packages and the Global Cultural Exchange will doubtless buff the Kimberley far above their prior levels, both in terms of policies, and in terms of resources. Although they may no longer be a real competitor, and although they may no longer hold any cities near their former lands, they are still alive, and that’s more than many other civs can say.