As many III veterans will recall, I've been a longstanding Quartermaster. I ran through the requirements, just to get on the list, but never really got around to doing an improvement campaign. As a result, I've spent most of that Challenge's history at the very bottom of the list. Actually, I've found that a rather amusing position. The worst of the best. Anyway, I'm now trying to chip away at becoming a Quattromaster, and while not likely to be an educational tale, I'll keep public record of my exploits here: Game #1: I haven't yet gone through my submissions to see exactly what items I've knocked of the list, but I'm pretty sure I've already finished up Tempi. I was a Conquest win short of Machiavelli yesterday, so I spun up a map last night. Chose Washington, just because America is my default preference since CivI when playing for fun and not achievement. Went with Duel-sized pangaea, with Genghis Khan as my rival. Nothing complicated really, I started in the Future Age, manually regenerated until I had a start with Uranium, started my capitol immediately on the Manhattan Project and then dropped a dozen or so ICBM's on the Mongols before overrunning them with my starting MechInfantry and a few draftees. Now that I've submitted the game, I may reload the next to last autosave and hit Karakorum a few dozen more times before I go to bed tonight.