Before I start on the fresh version just posted, I'll point out for @Recursive that I just had a glorious situation mid-game (Emperor) in which I was DoW by all 3 of my neighbours over the course of 2-3 turns. Ironically I was playing peaceful and hadn't committed any acts of aggression. I had a citrus monopoly with a couple tech lead over the 4 others on my continent, and was in the process of getting my units capped for impending war - initially with just England, I thought - so I wasn't necessarily vulnerable considering both my UU's were active (Celts using PDan's 3/4UC). However, if they all attacked me in the fashion they did on all three fronts (England had ships active as well with GLighthouse), I was definitely vulnerable; if not for adjusting to rush knights and buy 2, quickly getting them into the fray, I would've lost arguably my second best city containing multiple lapis deposits and my biggest source of horses. This was after initially being backstabbed by Lizzy (Authority) to my south, and denounced by Spain (Authority) to my east for wonder whoring (I can't even recall ever seeing that specific denouncement message screen after all my hours playing VP, so that was cool), while already having been at war to Arabia (Tradition) on my south-east border where I tile snatched El Dorado away from Harun earlier in the game. I had a DoF with all 3 members at points in time over the first 150 turns of the game. The shift in attitude was very dynamic and sensible for the situation; Lizzy and Harun also had differing religions (Spain didn't found, go figure lol). Great to see that from the AI, kudos!