Entries were a bit lower than normal - perhaps due to the fact that there were only a few willing to take-on the Sid game, and perhaps due to the coincidental release of the first Civ4 GOTM.... Even though it was a Sid level game, there were still 16 victories out of 36 entries - that's a better ratio than we've had in other games, IIRC! Great job to those that of you that won, and also a 'good on you' to the people who stepped up to play on the toughest level, even if you lost. Scores were down a bit on previous games, with no-one getting over 10,000 Jason points. In the end, it was kununigas who claimed the top medal, and got himself a fastest domination award with a 1150 AD domination victory. In second place, Drazek must surely win some sort of award for most awards in one game: Silver, fastest conquest, lowest-scoring conquest and even the cow! In third place, we had a cultural victory making it to the leaderboard - by none other than GOTM-AI. Given that GOTM-AI has performed so badly in previous games, we can only conclude that that he cheated. How? We're not quite sure. Perhaps he's having a secret affair with the maths co-processor, who managed to fix the combat results for him. As such, with the uncertainty hanging over that entry, we've awarded a second bronze medal - Rustwork wins bronze and the fastest diplomatic award for a diplo victory in 1575 AD. Summary of Medal Winners: Kuningas: 1150 AD Domination Victory, 9,642 points. Drazek: 2050 AD Conquest Victory, 9,395 points. rustwork: 1575 AD Diplomatic Victory, 7,325 points.