I've been playing Civ VI for a few weeks now, having previously been with IV for quite some years. I like it now I've got the hang of it - Traders much like the first version, one unit per tile etc. In my current game, a couple of players decided to attack me (all AI), probably because they were bored or something. Apart from very early on, when in all versions you have a reasonable chance of taking a city easily, I very rarely declare war on anyone. Anyway... Peter the Great - from the other side of the world - and Philip of Spain - on the next island - decided to declare war on me. So, I armed my Suzeran neighbours and set to it. Long story short, I got the upper hand and slowly but surely took over all Spanish cities, converting them as I went. The first Suzerans legged it home when only the capital was left but I took that with my own troops. It's now more than a thousand years later. I haven't attacked anyone and, apart from bashing the odd barbarian and making sure I maintain a couple of strageically placed Suzerans, I've been as peaceful as a lamb. For 1,000 years I've had to put up with everyone else mkaing ridiculous demands on me and denouncing me for being a "warmonger", despite my persistently shouting at the screen "HE STARTED IT!". Now, whilst I might think the French were a bit naughty for invading my homeland in 1066, I don't hold it against them now. It's just too silly for words, and while I have always enjoyed the silly things that happen in games (I had a striker in an early Championship Manager who used to get upset because he wasn't picked, despite having a broken leg), this is just annoying now. Is this usual behaviour? I've only played a handful of games and although some AI players can be unpredictable, they've never got stuck in such a rut. I'm -98 or more with everyone. Tried chucking some gold at them, even gave Gilgamesh a good deal on niter, but no change. Obviously, I could ditch the game but I'm enjoying it. Apart from being told how despicable I am every five minutes. Any ideas?