Hi folks! Long-time player, first-time poster here. I had an odd occurrence in a game this weekend, and I'm not sure if it's a bug or just a perfect storm of game events, so I thought I'd ask here and see what folks thought. TL;DR: One of my cities went from full (and rising) loyalty to revolt in a single turn. Is this possible using normal game mechanics, or might this be a weird bug? Build: 220.127.116.118 (426563) Game summary: I'm playing Amanitore on Emperor at Standard speed. One of my first cities (Napata, population 14) is on my border with Sweden, and has been the subject of a few on-again, off again attempts by Sweden to seize it, so Governor Victor is stationed there. The city had been in my possession the whole game, and was at full Loyalty, generating about +27 Loyalty per turn. When we entered the Information Era, I went into a Dark Age, and the city immediately went into revolt (the first turn of the new era). I spent a few turns recapturing it, and once I did, it went into revolt again the next turn (or possibly one turn after that). Details: There are several more of my cities nearby (Meroe, pop. 15 capital, 5 hexes; Heh, pop. 17, 6 hexes; Kerma, pop. 20, 7 hexes) as well as a number of Sweden's (Goteborg, pop. 18, 5 hexes; Norrkoping, pop. 15, 4 hexes, Jonkoping, pop. 18, 8 hexes; Stockholm, pop. 18 capital, 8 hexes; Lund, pop. 14, 9 hexes). Sweden is also currently in a Dark Age. Any thoughts on whether this is a bug or just a case of bad luck/planning/timing? Thanks!