This game produced a surprise: Two of the top-scoring games were played on challenger - @LowtherCastle (gold, fastest domination in 1802 AD) and @bcool (bronze for a 1700 AD space win). Considering the challenger would've been significantly harder than contender (immortal vs noble, albeit with the same AI starting units) I think that's quite a feat! @Frederiksberg beat @bcool to fastest space (1625 AD) and the silver medal, but on the contender save. The only other challenger entry was from @Seraiel - which produced a later space win in 1864 AD. Special mention to @donsig who played through to a diplo loss in 2020AD - that must have involved some serious bad luck to have the AI pal up sufficiently for one of them to win! And I think it's great when people who don't win or don't manage to finish go to the trouble of submitting anyway, but another special mention to @Noble Zarkon for retiring as early as 400 BC - I think that proves busy he must be in real life! Summary of Medal Winners: LowtherCastle: 1802 AD Domination Victory, 265,003 points. frederiksberg: 1625 AD Spaceship Victory, 186,253 points. bcool: 1700 AD Spaceship Victory, 163,563 points. Fastest Finish Award Winners: zhary: 1515 AD Domination Victory, 139,359 points. MarleysGh0st: 1655 AD Conquest Victory, 91,503 points. Lawrence: 1230 AD Diplomatic Victory, 63,012 points. nocho: 1585 AD Cultural Victory, 62,788 points. Other Award Winners: Jovan Kukic: 1680 AD Domination Victory, 84,083 points. kcd_swede: 1710 AD Conquest Victory, 67,073 points. Seraiel: 1864 AD Spaceship Victory, 58,491 points. zbgayumn: 1710 AD Cultural Victory, 34,611 points. donsig: 2020 AD Diplomatic Loss, 3,044 points. >> See the full results here. >> See the updated global rankings here. >> See the latest Pantheon of Heroes here. >> You can see and compare graphic replays of all the submissions here. >> Award symbols are listed here.