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Holiday Season Contest 2018

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Hi guys,

Well, let's be honest here....there was no reindeers, snowman and Santa Clause back in the good 'ol greek times haha and the game does not have real festive content, so I was having troubles thinking of an in-game holiday season festival. 🎅And then I thought hmmm our players are super creative, so why not give you a chance to be decorative :D

Challenge: Decorate your Acropolis! Make it look festive somehow! Lay a Christmas tree with the decoration... or any other idea :D It has to be done with the in-game possibilities though (no added photoshop or anything).

Then take a screenshot and post it in the comments! Please state your In-Game name as well.

The 10 best FESTIVE screenshots will win 1000 gems!

We will pick the winners in January and announce them in the thread.

Contest end: 4th of January 23.59 CET.

Have fun and I am wishing you a joyful and peaceful season 💟

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the most organized mountain for sure , with golden path formed of the gold taken from many fallen cities ,words and pictures wouldn't describe the beauty of this city ,so here's a video 

ign :  🇪🇬 Hussam 🇪🇬

 

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Edited by Hussam

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53 minutes ago, Madlen said:

Well, let's be honest here....there was no holiday season back in the good 'ol greek times

Well, Dionysia, Anthesteria, Panathena and Thesmophoria were major holidays of Ancient Greece:

http://www.reneeoconnorfan.pixel51.com/xenaera/greekholidays/index.html

Other festivals of Classical Athens:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athenian_festivals

Edit: But don't cancel the contest! ;)

Edited by Tomaxo

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10 minutes ago, Tomaxo said:

Well, Dionysia, Anthesteria, Panathena and Thesmophoria were major holidays of Ancient Greece:

http://www.reneeoconnorfan.pixel51.com/xenaera/greekholidays/index.html

Other festivals of Classical Athens:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athenian_festivals

;)

 

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 "Holiday season" is a more general description in American English for Christmas time  though ;) at least afaik. There was no Christmas back then, was there^^ Anyways, let's not hijack the thread.

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9 minutes ago, Madlen said:

 "Holiday season" is a more general description in American English for Christmas time  though ;) at least afaik. There was no Christmas back then, was there^^ Anyways, let's not hijack the thread.

Dionisya is the roots of “Christmas” in Ancient Greece:

https://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/12/22/the-roots-of-christmas-in-ancient-greece/

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14 minutes ago, Tomaxo said:

Dionisya is the roots of “Christmas” in Ancient Greece:

https://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/12/22/the-roots-of-christmas-in-ancient-greece/

Fine^^ :D  I changed the description of the event, I hope we can all be happy now 🤣

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Well thats what i could think of. The power coming from top of tree and strength from the firm stem and roots of gate of defence. 

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Edited by POWERPUFF
My game ign is 👊POWERPUFF👊

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