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This scenario puts players in control of one of thirteen civilizations that are competing for control of medieval Europe. There are also five nonplayable civilizations. Major wars and diseases such as the Black Plague add an element of realism, and the tech tree includes 37 scenario-specific technologies to research over three eras.
There are multiple paths to victory in this scenario.
- Mass Regicide: Each playable civilization begins the game with three king units, while the nonplayable civilizations each start with two. A civilization that loses its last king is eliminated from the game.
- Reverse Capture the Flag: The four Christian civilizations each begin play with a specific Holy Relic, which can be delivered to Jerusalem for 10,000 points. Holy Relics can be stolen from their original owners by opposing civilizations, who can then earn additional points by delivering them to Jerusalem.
The first civilization to score 30,000 points wins.
- Holy Relic
- Swiss Mercenary
- Sheriff's Office
- Joust Arena
- Domesday Book
- Holy Roman Empire
- Krak des Chevaliers
- Norse Saga
- Hanseatic League
- Robin Hood
- Magna Carta
- Bayeux Tapestry
- Knights Templar
- The Inquisition