Any logical explanation for this?
Ok so I'm friendly with America and have signed a research agreement with them, can't see that I have stepped on their toes in any way, however 3 turns after signing the research agreement with them I get a message from them saying enough is enough and they Denounce me. Anyone know why? Thanks.
Could be many things... did one of your cities next to them just grow or anything else happen? Did you achieve something or build something?did you do a deal with someone else?
You can get RA's with an enemy so look for some change somewhere. Or its just random...
AI denounces on the slightest pretext...just ignore it. They'll get over it eventually
Thanks for fast replys, think I may load a previous save to see if there was something I did a while back. Cheers
Don't try to understand, save yourself the trouble. Accept and move on.
Yep. Diplomacy makes very little sense. Just adopt this attitude and it'll make the game more fun.
Originally Posted by inseeisyou
Just ask friend Kevik He has a whole lot of possible explanations in his warmonger-thread.
Originally Posted by Kaitoo
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Washington is a backstabber of the highest order. I think the last three games I've been backstabbed by that mother.
Huh, he's one of the few people I rarely have trouble with. Alexander on the other hand...
Originally Posted by tfordp
Anyway, there could be many reasons why they denounced you. For example, settling near them or buying lots of tiles near them, finishing wonders they were building, destroying too many civs, massing your soldiers near their borders and so on...