^ I had made peace with Churchill after taking Madrid temporarily so I could swing east into Wang Kon. He seemed very inactive and defensive and of course why not - his army went into Spain and took my Madrid enclave, lost around five guys while my main force advanced on his capital.
^ So while he took Madrid, a rump of a rump, I took his capital and would soon take that one on the east coast too.
^ One of my fave parts of Civ is playing god-king a lá Louis XV only more competent (I hope). I am the shopkeeper, and I give back Wang Kon some of his cities, feck actually administering them.
^ I fly down to Gandhi of Japan and start sticking it to him, one of the last Eastern holdouts. We only really suffered casualties via defensive units.
^ Leonidas seizes Kyoto, a massive city at 18 after being captured. The Statue of Zeus is also there, swinging it's war weariness penalty off me and toward Gandhi himself.
^ The culture/ethnicity map again. The East.
^ The chaotic, Christian, scientifically advanced west. They don't have Rifling however...
^ Gave Churchill back most of his lands. I'm going to need him in shape to help me fight the Great Western War.