Here's the scenario: I'm Arabia, have a defensive pact and declaration of friendship (DoF) with both Korea and the Mughal Empire (both from Hukkak Revised Extra Civs pack). Korea has not settled a single city other than it's capital, even on turn 240, and Akbar (as speculation) wants this citystate to be his. So, Akbar declares war on Korea, forcing me to declare war on Akbar (due to the defensive pact). In essense, I was just forced to declare war with someone whom I had a declaration of friendship with. What's the penalty? Other than war, obviously, and the damage of a camel archer whilst scouting Mughal land, I get a relationship penalty to every single leader for declaring war on someone who I had a DoF with. Is this a bug (if so can it be fixed) or is it intentional that I get penalized for trying to solidify a friendship, and the outcome is that I get beaten by an unavoidable penalty? Whilst I have good relationships with the majority of other civs, I'm sure I'll get at least one denouncement coming my way. Anyone?