I had this great start with Greece on immortal, fractal, large, epic. Discovering a lot of city states for free envoys. Getting the first prophet. Conquering the 4 cities of my neighbor Kongo (with 2 districts) before Classical era (no warmonger) with a slinger to archer rush. Having a good amount of luxuries and gold. Building the Oracle. Lost of good land to expand to with only 2 neighboring civs. Was gearing up to liberate a city state on my border and then... Rome built the Pyramids. I greeded out and lost them on the last turn because I didn't chop a jungle to save a 1 charge worker... (I had saved around 4 one charge workers for the pyramids bonus) Curse you Caesar! I won't reload because I decided I won't chop... and I won't continue the game without the pyramids, too salty (I also don't want to go against Rome's Legions). I lost because of greed and because I didn't scout the Roman capital.