LS59

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  1. LS59

    Hello... CM Statement

    Hello Madlen, I'm the silent guest reader you refered to in the opening post and hence would like to share how I feel and will use following quotes to put it across. (These are quotes by famous and respected people so I hope these will not offend anyone). a) Regarding anger and frustation expressed by many veterans in this forum: "May we never confuse honest dissent with disloyal subversion." - Yes we want the game to work out good. b) "Life is composed of light and shadows, and we would be untruthful, insincere, and saccharine if we tried to pretend there were no shadows" - white emblem thread c) Regarding the fun events and community events though a nice gesture it is like "putting band-aid on a g*nsh*t wound". I sincerely hope things will improve in coming days and look forward to more transparency on questions like: 1) rationale behind delaying ninja event by more then a month 2) though many changes are needed to address constructive feedback related to conquest it is still scheduled within couple of weeks. To end it I appreciate steps you have taken to make forum a better place. Thank you for your continued effort and support.
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    Trivia n°13: Football Fever

    Game: Royal Revolt 2 IGN: LS59 Answers are : 1 Russia, USA, Brazil 2 once - Geoff Hurst in 1966 3 France 1938 (Indonesia) 4 Egypt - Uruguay 5 in Sialkot, Pakistan 6 Ocenania Football confederation (OFC) 7 England 8 Germany (1982-1990), Brasil (1994-2002) 9 Brasil 2014 (14 goals) 10 Egypt 6 goals (Italy 1934, Italy 1990)
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    Trivia n°12: Sports & Games

    Game: Royal Revolt 2 IGN: LS59 Answers are as follows: 1) Skeleton 2) Stoke city goalkeeper, Asmir Begovic vs. Southampton from 91.9 meters. Southampton conceded the longest ever recorded goal. 3) The difference are as follows: i) # of players: 6 in ice hockey, 11 in field hockey ii) Ball: puck in ice hockey, hard ball in field hockey iii) Duration: ice hockey consists of three 20-minute period, field hockey consists of two 35-minute halves 4) The knight 5) Sports in modern pentathlon are: i) fencing ii) freestyle swimming (200m) iii) equestrian show jumping (15 jumps) iv) pistol shooting v) cross country running (3200m) 6) Malaysia has 11 medals in total with no gold ones 7) New South Wales, 46 titles 8) Martina Navratilova with 16 consecutive finals 9) Mumbai and London 10) Korea and Japan in 2002, 10 venues each so total 20 venues.
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    Trivia n°11: Phenomenons on Earth

    Game: Royal Revolt 2 IGN: LS59 Answers below: 1. A micro burst is causing this. 2. Lightning is produced in thunderstorms when liquid and ice particles above the freezing level collide, and build up large electrical fields in the clouds. Once these electric fields become large enough, a giant "spark" occurs between them (or between them and the ground) like static electricity, reducing the charge separation. The lightning spark can occur between clouds, between the cloud and air, or between the cloud and ground. 3. There is no upper limit, though level 13 is capable of extinction of life on earth and level 15 can extinct the earth itself. 4. A cloudburst is different from rain only by the amount of water that pours down on the earth. Usually rainfall rate equal to or greater than 100 mm/ hour is called a cloudburst. 5. if year is not divisible by 4 then it is a common year else if year is not divisible by 100 then it is a leap year else if year is not divisible by 400 then it is a common year else it is a leap year 6. The phenomenon is called a dirty thunderstorm. Also volcanic lightning or thunder volcano. It is a weather phenomenon that is related to the production of lightning in a volcanic plume. This happens when electrical charges are generated when rock fragments, ash, and ice particles in a volcanic plume collide and produce static charges, just as ice particles collide in regular thunderstorms. 7. Wind is caused by air flowing from high pressure to low pressure. Since the Earth is rotating, however, the air does not flow directly from high to low pressure, but it is deflected to the right in the Northern Hemisphere; to the left in the Southern Hemisphere, so that the wind flows mostly around the high and low pressure areas. 8. Two reasons: First - The Sun's surface temperature is 5,500º and produces a range of visible light in which yellow is the most plentiful, but only slightly more than other colors it produces. If the Sun were cooler, say 2,500º, it would look red or if the Sun were hotter, say 15,000 º, it would look blue. Second - 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. 9. It's not. The North Magnetic Pole moves over time due to magnetic changes in the Earth's core. 10. No. Earth is an Oblate Spheroid.
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    Trivia n°10: Exciting Economics

    Game: Royal Revolt 2 IGN: LS59 Answers for trivia are mentioned below: 1. a 2. c 3. a 4. b 5. d 6. a 7. c 8. c 9. c 10. d
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    Trivia n°8: Theorical Math

    Game: Royal Revolt 2 IGN: LS59 Answers below. 1. The equals sign or equality sign (=) was invented in 1557 by Robert Recorde to avoid the tedious repetition of words: "is equal to" 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. 367 Proofs 5. 356 Years, Andrew Wiles 6. If z = radius of the pizza and a = the height then Π * radius2 * height = Pi * z * z * a = Pizza 7. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz 8. The number system was created by Brahmagupta with the addition of rules for zero by Aryabhata the first decimal system. Therefore, the decimal system came from India. The Sumerians and Babylonians created a number system with 10 digits but without a 0, which makes representing every number uniquely very hard 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 an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi). Pi Day is observed on March 14 (3/14 in the month/day date format) since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π
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    Trivia n°7: Mathematics Returns

    IGN: LS59 Game: RR2 Answers: 1) Wednesday 2) 49% 3) 36 4) True 5) 99.64 6) 0.00058 7) It is rational 8) 5950 9) Sometimes 10) 75%
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    Quiz - Day 2

    IgN: LS59 Answer: South Korea
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    Quiz - Day 1

    IGN: LS59 Answers: 1) Alliances were introduced in version 1.5.0 on 27 November 2014. 2) Alliance wars were introduced in version 1.8.0 on 21 April 2015 (First war season was from 23 April - 28 April).
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    Trivia n°6: Mixed up questions.

    IGN: LS59 Game: Royal Revolt 2 Answers: 1. Shropshire 2. Six 3. Florence 4. Water 5. 4 6. Humber Bridge 7. Carpe diem 8. Washington Monument 9. Eric Clapton 10. 9 gallons
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    Trivia n°5: All kind of questions.

    Game: Royal Revolt 2 IGN: LS59 Answers: 1. Oslo, Norway 2. 12 3. U2 band 4. 1 TB 5. Theodore Roosevelt 6. Mary Tudor 7. "Thanks a lot" or "Thank you very much" 8. Burj Khalifa 9. Piccadilly, London on 14 June 1971 10. Mauna Loa 11. Argon, an inert gas 12. Kimchi
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    Trivia n°4: Basic mathematics

    Game: Royal Revolt 2 IGN: LS59 Here are the answers: 1) $400 2) (z/y) + 1 3) 80° 4) 15 years 5) 1000 milliliters 6) 4 (including driver) 7) 0 (zero) 8) x = 4 and -6 9) 16.67% 10) 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 14, 15, 21, 30, 35, 42, 70, 105 and 210
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    Trivia n°3: General knowledge

    IGN: LS59 Game: Royal Revolt 2 below are the answers. 1. 1870 2. 5 (4 tyres and 1 steering wheel) 3. Dionysus 4. Alberto Granado 5. Charles Lindbergh in 1927 6. Exosphere 7. Danish astronomer Ole Roemer 8. Turkey 9. 1951 in India 10. Crickets, Katydids and Cicadas
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    Event: Easter Lottery

    IGN: LS59 Game: Royal Revolt 2 Numbers: 24, 6