2011 AD - The Forbidden Palace is built at long last in Istanbul. For a no-corruption game it is completely decorative; Istanbul was chosen as thus far it has been our most successful city in the New World. After the whirlwind conquest of last turn, America knew it would fall quickly. And Greece didn't let up in 2011, targeting Seattle, tied for the second-largest city in the world, right away. A Modern Armor Army is reduced to below half strenght by two Infantry. Dienekes then wins a battle, and two Elite Armor score victories as well. Realizing how useful artillery is on a metropolis, we then bring in Radar Artillery and Bombers until only a redlined Cavalry remains, that easily falls to a Modern Armor. Even with 13 resistors and no factory, Seattle is producing 15 shields per turn. San Francisco comes next after a very successful bombardment. We then hit Boston with another barrage, and send in Alcibiades and an injured Modern Armor to take it. Next comes Medina. The remainder of the eastern part of America is now protected by forests. It'll take awhile to take that land.