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  1. pro league crash

    I would he happy with flares services if they gives me 4 minutes back but flares team didn't even replied to my complaint from 2 days
  2. pro league crash

    please help me . my in game name of royal revolt 2 is Shivam the lord. I took part in magma cup pro league. today just some minutes ago when I was fighting challenge 11th game crashed suddenly and when I relogin it showed only 25 pro medals but I was near to the gate and 28 seconds was remaining .my 4 minutes wasted in it and game crashed. got only 25 pro medals. it's not good. please give me my 4 minutes back in pro league or give me atleast 200 pro medals.i was going to be a top player of pro league but this game crashing wasted score is 1527 and if game wouldn't have crashed my score will be above 1740 and I would be at top.
  3. lol I got 700 gems from previous ninja and 240 gems from 3 legendary war chests
  4. Introducing GalaMorgane

    Welcome GalaMorgane... I wish you a good luck
  5. Special Wikia Forum Contest

    NECROMANCER - A dark witch enriched with dark magic powers in the form of lightning thunderbolts, evades dead skeletons from inferno to destroy everything in sight. PYRO NINJA - Beware of those tiny ninjas having superfast speed as much as air and destroys enemies with their invincibles fire apocalypse. IGN : Shivam The Lord
  6. Trivia n°11: Phenomenons on Earth

    1- Aerobatic maneuvers are flight paths putting aircraft in unusual attitudes. 2- Heavier, negatively charged particles sink to the bottom of the cloud. When the positive and negative charges grow large enough, a giant spark - lightning - occurs between the two charges within the cloud. This is like a static electricity sparks you see, but much bigger. 3- 9.0 or greater 4- A cloudburst is an extreme amount of precipitation in a short period of time,[1] sometimes accompanied by hail and thunder, that is capable of creating flood conditions. A cloudburst can suddenly dump large amounts of water e.g. 25 mm of precipitation corresponds to 25000 metric tons/km2 (1 inch corresponds to 72,300 short tons over one square mile). However, cloudbursts are infrequent as they occur only via orographic lift or occasionally when a warm air parcel mixes with cooler air, resulting in sudden condensation. At times, a large amount of runoff from higher elevations is mistakenly conflated with a cloudburst. The term "cloudburst" arose from the notion that clouds were akin to water balloons and could burst, resulting in rapid precipitation. Though this idea has since been disproven, the term remains in use. Rainfall rate equal to or greater than 100 millimetres (3.9 in) per hour is a cloudburst.[2][3] However, different definitions are used, e.g. the Swedish weather service SMHI defines the corresponding Swedish term "skyfall" as 1 mm/min for short bursts and 50 mm/h for longer rainfalls. The associated convective cloud can extend up to a height of 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) above the ground.[4] During a cloudburst, more than 20 millimetres (0.79 in) of rain may fall in a few minutes. The results of cloudbursts can be disastrous. Cloudbursts are also responsible for flash flood creation. Rapid precipitation from cumulonimbus clouds is possible due to the Langmuir precipitation process in which large droplets can grow rapidly by coagulating with smaller droplets which fall down slowly. It is not essential that cloudbursts occur only when a cloud clashes with a solid body like a mountain. They can also occur when hot water vapor mingles into the cold resulting in sudden condensation. 5- February 29 is a date that usually occurs every four years, and is called leap day. 6- volcano lightning above a volcano in volcano eruption. Lightning is generally caused by the separation of positively and negatively charged particles in the atmosphere. Once the charge separation becomes large enough to overcome the insulating properties of air, electricity will flow in between the positively and negatively charged particles as bolts of lightning and neutralize the charge. In storm clouds, the charged particles originate from liquid and frozen drops of water circulating within the clouds. Lightning occurs within a storm cloud as the positive particles accumulate near the top of the cloud and the negative particles gather below. Negative charges on the underside of a storm cloud are also capable of connecting with positive charges on the ground creating cloud-to-ground lightning. 7- Wind is caused by differences in the atmospheric pressure. When a difference in atmospheric pressure exists, air moves from the higher to the lower pressure area, resulting in winds of various speeds. On a rotating planet, air will also be deflected by the Coriolis effect, except exactly on the equator. 8- a) The Sun's surface temperature (5,500 degrees C) produces a range of visible light (red to blue) in which yellow is the most plentiful, but not much more than other colors it produces. If the Sun were cooler, say 2,500 degrees C, it would look red, like the stars Antares and Betelgeuse. Or if the Sun were hotter, say 15,000 degrees C, it would look blue, like the star Rigel. b) The Earth's atmosphere acts as a kind of light filter. Some colors are filtered more than others. The Sun is a yellow star, but the Earth's atmosphere makes the Sun look more yellow than it appears than if you were to observe it from space where it would appear more white than yellow. But you don't have to leave Earth to see that the Sun is really less yellow than it appears. If you are in the Rocky Mountains at 11,000 ft elevation, the Sun looks less yellow and more white than it does at sea level. There are fewer air molecules at this elevation to filter the Sun's other colors. Imagine what the Sun would look like from an airplane at 40,000 ft altitude--quite white! Also, when you are able to look at the Sun where you live, it's morning or late afternoon. It's easier to look at the Sun for a few seconds than it is a noon. The Sun appears more yellow at those times than it would if you were to observe it at noon (12 PM) when Sun is highest in the sky for the day; it's at its brightest and whitest--hard to look at. Because of the Sun's high position at noon, the sunlight has less air to travel through. Less air means less filtering of other colors. Remember: Light appears white because all colors are equally reaching your eyes. So, at noon the Sun appears to be more white, less yellow--closer to the way it really is! (Don't try to make this observation without hi-tech eye protection). 9- The North Magnetic Pole is the point on the surface of Earth's Northern Hemisphere at which the planet's magnetic field points vertically downwards (in other words, if a magnetic compass needle is allowed to rotate about a horizontal axis, it will point straight down). There is only one location where this occurs, near (but distinct from) the Geographic North Pole and the Geomagnetic North Pole. The North Magnetic Pole moves over time due to magnetic changes in the Earth's core.[1] In 2001, it was determined by the Geological Survey of Canada to lie near Ellesmere Island in northern Canada at WikiMiniAtlas 81°18′N 110°48′W / 81.3°N 110.8°W / 81.3; -110.8 (Magnetic North Pole 2001). It was situated at WikiMiniAtlas 83°06′N 117°48′W / 83.1°N 117.8°W / 83.1; -117.8 (Magnetic North Pole 2005 est) in 2005. In 2009, while still situated within the Canadian Arctic territorial claim at WikiMiniAtlas 84°54′N 131°00′W / 84.9°N 131.0°W / 84.9; -131.0 (Magnetic North Pole 2009),[2] it was moving toward Russia at between 55 and 60 kilometres (34 and 37 mi) per year.[3] As of 2016, the pole is projected to have moved beyond the Canadian Arctic territorial claim to WikiMiniAtlas 86°24′N 166°18′W / 86.4°N 166.3°W / 86.4; -166.3 (Magnetic North Pole 2016 est).[2] Its southern hemisphere counterpart is the South Magnetic Pole. Since the Earth's magnetic field is not exactly symmetrical, the North and South Magnetic Poles are not antipodal, meaning that a straight line drawn from one to the other does not pass through the geometric centre of the Earth. The Earth's North and South Magnetic Poles are also known as Magnetic Dip Poles, with reference to the vertical "dip" of the magnetic field lines at those points.[4] 10- no, Earth is elliptical. It's an oblate spheroid . ign: Shivam The Lord game : royal revolt 2
  7. Trivia n°10: Exciting Economics

    1- YF 2- the price of US exports sold in Japan 3- cigarettes lack portability 4- $40 to $20 5- vertical integration backwards 6- marginal costs 7- Laboratory technicians have to work more unsociable hours than scientists 8- total fixed cost 9- Institutions are established to train flight crew 10- seasonal ign: Shivam the lord game : rr2
  8. Trivia n°9: All About Aviation

    1- Air New Zealand 2- Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Mumbai 3- 1200 km/h 4- False 5- Slowly decrease altitude and glide 6- To increase drag 7- With the help of a pushback tug 8- Tilt towards the right and maintain some speed and altitude 9- Inertial Navigation System or Indian Navy Ships 10- When facing forward from the perspective of the pilot, the light on the right wingtip. ign: bedanta1 game: royal revolt2
  9. Trivia n°8: Theorical Math

    1- The equals sign or equality sign (=) is a mathematical symbol used to indicate equality. It was invented in 1557 by Robert Recorde. In an equation, the equals sign is placed between two expressions that have the same value. In Unicode and ASCII, it is U+003D = EQUALS SIGN (HTML =). The etymology of the word "equal" is from the Latin word "æqualis" as meaning "uniform", "identical", or "equal", from aequus ("level", "even", or "just"). The "=" symbol that is now universally accepted in mathematics for equality was first recorded by Welsh mathematician Robert Recorde in The Whetstone of Witte (1557). 2- Sexagesimal (base 60) is a numeral system with sixty as its base.It originated with the ancient Sumerians in the 3rd millennium BC, was passed down to the ancient Babylonians, and is still used—in a modified form—for measuring time, angles, and geographic coordinates. 3- the first set of rules for dealing with negative numbers was stated in the 7th century by the Indian mathematician Brahmagupta. 4- there are 367 proofs. 5- the proof consumed seven years. During 21–23 June 1993 Wiles announced and presented his proof of the Taniyama–Shimura conjecture for semi-stable elliptic curves, and hence of Fermat's Last Theorem, over the course of three lectures delivered at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge, England. 6- In elementary geometry, the pizza theorem states the equality of two areas that arise when one partitions a disk in a certain way. Let p be an interior point of the disk, and let n be a number that is divisible by four and greater than or equal to eight. Form n sectors of the disk with equal angles by choosing an arbitrary line through p, rotating the line n/2 − 1 times by an angle of 2π/n radians, and slicing the disk on each of the resulting n/2 lines. Number the sectors consecutively in a clockwise or anti-clockwise fashion. Then the pizza theorem states that: The sum of the areas of the odd numbered sectors equals the sum of the areas of the even numbered sectors (Upton 1968). The pizza theorem is so called because it mimics a traditional pizza slicing technique. It shows that, if two people share a pizza sliced in this way by taking alternating slices, then they each get an equal amount of pizza. 7- The modern binary number system was fully documented by Gottfried Leibniz in the 17th century in his article Explication de l'Arithmétique Binaire. 8- The decimal system was invented by Hindu mathematicians in India between the first and sixth centuries A.D. This system is sometimes also called the Hindu-Arabic numeral system because it was first introduced to Europeans by Arabs, who had acquired the system from the Hindus earlier. 9- Geometry comes from two Greek words, “ge” meaning “earth” and “metria” meaning “measuring.” The approach to Geometry developed by the Ancient Greeks has been used for over 2000 years as the basis of geometry. 10- Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th.It is a day to celebrate the mathematical constant pi (π) and to eat lots of pie. Celebrated in countries that follow the month/day (m/dd) date format, because the digits in the date, March 14 or 3/14, are the first three digits of π (3.14), Pi Day was founded by Physicist Larry Shaw in 1988. ign : bedanta1 game : royal revolt 2
  10. Forum Game - Design Your Gear

    pauldron of steel a pauldron that much hard which can reduce every attack on king by 90% less damage+ increases troops damage and speed. next item: sword
  11. First meeting with your Pal!

    once a greatest king named bedanta1 who conquered all kingdoms which came before him was going to conquer a kingdom of a king named king digi who was the greatest king and he was in the way. He decided to stop during night and find a shelter for his army and him. his army was making tents there to take some rest. some of his soldiers goes to jungle to bring some woods. king was taking diner that time. suddenly he saw that his soldiers who was gone in jungle was coming out of jungle with scary face. he asked them what happened? they told that there are ghosts in jungle. king decided to go with his army there. he ordered his army to prepare. they all go there. and king saw that a owl and a small wolf baby were doing very funny thing. wolf was making funny faces and owl too. they just wanted to play with those soldiers. king go near them and wolf and owl jumped on king. wolf sit in king's hand and owl on his other hand. they were friends now. now king asked them to help attack king digi. they agreed. king go to attack king digi's castle. and wolf helped him very much. owl keep an eye on king digi's army and told every moment's news to king. that way king won that castle too. and wolf baby and owl go with king to his castle. king made them his kingdom's armyhead. and rewarded them with bravest soldier's award. and they lived happily. ign: bedanta1 my pal is wolfs.
  12. Not received any Yeti event prizes

    didn't get my rewards in yeti event ign: shivam6
  13. no chests in yeti event

    I did 9 attacks in islands and didn't got any chest . and the candy button is showing no attacks. why? please help me.
  14. problem in next zombie war

    why next zombie war is showing ninja war? name is dash!dash!dash!.