610 AD-I ended up buying some temples and re-founding a little at the end of last turn. I end up losing an army to a Korean cavalry. I have 3526 tiles at the start of this turn, with a score of 7396. I spawn an MGL when attacking a stack. I capture Sariwon, Hyangsan, Seoul, Wonsan, Namp'o, and Pyongsong from Korea. Luxes go up to 30%. I have 3569 tiles under my control at the end of this turn. 620 AD-Kaesong flips to Korea. I have 3560 tiles under my control at the start of this turn, with a score of 7683. I recapture Kaesong from the Koreans. I destroy Gigthis which somehow only has a single rifle in it: I've started transporting units over to the Greek/Babylonian mainland. I'll have some 3577 tiles under my control at the end of this turn. 630 AD-No flips occur. I have 3577 tiles under my control, and the highest score of any Sid histographic game at this point. Greece has a bunch of units heading my way, which basically comes as what I would have asked for. Stack 1: Stack 2: The last knight, not in an army, I had running around finally does what I wanted it to do: I'll note that it stood at 3/5 when it attacked. Babylon has landed on one of the Korean islands: From Korea I capture Tacape, and Skannayutenate. From Greece I capture New Ephesus, and New Argos. I end up spotting another Greek stack: And another one: And one much bigger (2-3 times one screen) than my screen can hold: I raze Karana. It sat on bananas, and I get two slaves in the razing. By the time the Greek phase of the turn has ended things over there look something like this: I'll have some 3620 tiles by the end of this turn.