Hookay, another diplomacy topic, but this one just struck me as hilarious. Situation: I'm on a continent with the Huns and Japan. With a 1 tile land bridge connection to Siam, who land-blocks us from the rest of the continent with Arabia, Celts and Rome. I took Commerce ASAP so I got a Great Admiral, with whom I've met all the other Civs (total of 16 in the game). Anyway, early on, Japan and the Huns CONSTANTLY attack me and I just defend. I end up retaliating taking a Hun city. And then the madness happens. Keep in mind here that the Huns only had Tri's at this point, and didnt take commerce, so theres no way they met anyone past Siam. Either way I park some units around Atilla's capital, steal some territory with a Citadel, he asks me to move my troops...but he just won't declare war. So I do. First, Japan denounces me. Alright, sure, you and the Huns been fighting constantly but alright. Then Siam. Then Arabia. And literally 3 turns later, THE ENTIRE FRIGGIN WORLD has denounced me. ...HOW?