So why? Why? WHY? Does the AI throw stack after stack of unit against a non-bombarded unit when it has 0% chance? Charlemagne sends 10 transports that manage to race ahead of his escorts, which are a turn or so behind and can at least bombard my city (playing a OCC game) to give them a fighting chance? Nope... wave after wave of Infantry, Cavalry, and other units crash upon my C6D4W3 fortified Infantry and three to five units manage to thrash 40 some units with no loss. I check the logs, just to see the story, and almost all of them range between 0.0% and maybe 2% max chance of winning. Two turns later, he can cut my 80% bonus with a naval bombardment. Running .70 by the by, figured someone would want to know. Since it doesn't seem better to ever, ever, EVER attack with a 0% chance of winning. And it didn't even land them, either, it attacked from the sea. Just made no sense.