I've been playing a game where - after much messing around and forgetting to spawn settlers (why don't they auto spawn? - remembering to click a button 20 times isn't much fun, settling them is fine) but I digress - I was narrowly beaten by huttama who got a transcendence victory. The weird thing about this was I'm not at all sure how he got there and how it can be stopped. So I'm assuming this is a bug. Firstly in the mid-late game I took a bunch of his cities, and at Rangi there was a mind stem. I destroyed mind stem and took the city. Thinking he was out for the count with only a few cities remaining I meandered along and warred with barre who also looked like completing his project. I was quite surprised to lose to huttama many turns later, not only was he the lowest score (not that that means a tremendous amount) but somehow he managed to build his mind flower on the location of the ruined mind stem in my territory, which you can click on but the icon seems corrupted (tho I think it should only show an icon for the player, right?). I went back and loaded an autosave and went to war with him and I can't attack the mind flower (I'm assuming it should be destroyable, even in a peculiar location) - my units move though it as if it's not there.