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    Equilibrium tourney IV

    Another year, another tournament. Do you think you have what it takes to be a champion fighter? Then join the fight now and show us what you got. The rules: - Statless, tokenless, comboless, magicless, knockout tourney (offensive and defensive win) - Allowed creatures: Recruitables (NML, MB, NC, LR) + Imps, Pimps, Sharpshooters, Soulweavers, jokers, Blood pacts and anniversary creatures. - Max 2 freeze auras per ritual - Only mind power 5 this time. (if people of lower mindpowers want me to hold a tournament you can contact me and if we find enough members ill hold one for you guys too) The rewards: TBA Applying post your name below (application ends on 13/04/2019 23:59:59 ST) Contestants Fang archbane, Ledah, Lintara, Chewett, Sunfire
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    I started reading the 'dawn of astronomy' again, but this time mixing chapters. But I digress - here's what caught my eye: the Egyptians had a 365 days year, they had 12 months, they had the zodiac, they had 12 hrs, but they had...3 seasons. Sowing season, harvesting season and inundation season. It was all about the Nile - IT created this peculiarity. For the Egyptians, the rising of the Nile, which coincided with the summer solstice, was the New Year's day - they had to prepare for plowing and sowing henceforth. For us, New Year's when the long winter nights finally give in. I've heard of (obviously) 4 seasons and 2 seasons, but not of 3. Does anyone know of other strange numbers of seasons? Now or then?
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    Pffft! 3, or 4, or even 5 seasons isn't nearly enough. You'd probably find ancient Japan's system of 72 microseasons interesting. You can search elsewhere for specific names. I think farmer's almanacs are really cool too, even if they don't explicitly name the subdivision of seasons.
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    Extreme Magicduel

    Trees set if anyone needs them.
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