I have a question I'm hoping someone might be able to clarify. During a recent game as the English, I was able to secure the Statue of Zeus and amass a right good sized army of ancient cavalry - if memory serves me it was 20+ units. I never made use of these units in a war, as I was focusing on strengthening my infrastructure and building diplomatic ties with my neighbors rather than forcibly increasing my territory. I kept these units in my inventory well into the industrial age. What I'm wondering is this: when the AI decides to attack a player, does the number of units that a player has in his arsenal affect the AI's decision to go to war? Or does the AI realize that infantry or cavalry (for example) versus ancient cavalry is really not much of a challenge, even if there are a whole bunch of them, and they'll probably attack anyways?