settings are pangaea, deity, standard everything, Persia. I'm in a game as Darius where I built up a nice defensive army of immortal/pikes and beelined Rifling for upgrades, before launching my invasion. I spawned in a quite difficult map position - landlocked right in the dead center of everything. When I had my army ready to go I invaded Siam with the plan of taking them out and then heading into Germany to do the same. One problem with these starting positions is that when you head off conquering you're leaving one or more flanks exposed and could fall to a snap DoW from one of the other civs. In that kind of situation I'll often sign DoF's with the neighbours on my, soon to be, exposed flanks. I'm usually careful to ensure that I don't sign a DoF with a civ if I'm going to want to invade them before it expires. However in this case I've slipped up a little and now I have a dilemma. The wars with Siam and Germany are over and I have overwhelming force assembled around the Iroquois borders and would love to invade and take all their land as well. The problem is I've got a stupid DoF with them which hasn't expired and I can't remember exactly when it was signed. Does anyone know if that information is recorded anywhere? I have a window of absolute dominance open now with infantry/artillery up and running nice and early, and I want to push that for all it's worth but I'm unsure if I should take the diplo hit with everyone else by DoWing my DoF partner. If I had to wait only 2 more turns then I'd be okay with that, but if the DoF isn't due to expire for like 8 turns or something then I think maybe it's better to break the agreement. I'm interested to see if people would recommend waiting the amount of turns (something less than ten) for the DoF to expire or break my word and declare war. It's either invade the Iroquois now or wait, there's no other target for me to go after.