Moose are a force of nature, enigmatic as they are inevitable, the stalwart avatars of the Horned One. Cernunnos, I abjure thee. Cernunnos, I invoke thee. Deliver us from the decay of the cities!
Yas. :D Leonism just set it up recently and it's verr verr cool!
I tried to build a house this evening near Kappan's settlement... but it looks kinda odd so I'm not sure if I'll keep it how it's ended up or change it up a bit. x) If you play MC I'd definitely suggest asking Leonism for an invite so we can do stuff together!
In the far past, before the birth of Christ, there ruled a king named Saul (absolutely no relation with Kappan), who represented the Israelites. He was amidst a war with ancient heretics peoples known as the Philistines, who worshipped Dagon (absolutely no relation to Elder Scrolls).
As the Israelites faced against the Philistines, one extremely large Philistine claimed he could defeat any individual within the Israelite army. Goliath was his name, he was 3 metres tall, and due to the implications of being almost 10 feet, it's miraculous he could even breathe considering how the square-cube law would render his bones useless. The chances of Goliath spontaneously suffering from cardiovascular system failure were greater than the chances of someone ever defeating the giant in battle.
ANYWAY, David's father, Jesse, ordered his son to bring "10 cheeses" to his brothers in the army. Due to lack of context, this could of been 10 shekels (114 grams) or 10 talents (342 kilograms). Now as David arrived with 342 kilograms of cheese into the Israelite camp, he overheard Goliath. "Choose a man and have him come down to me. If he is able to fight and kill me, we will become your subjects; but if I overcome him and kill him, you will become our subjects and serve us."
The Israelites murmured rumors of granted tax exemption if the giant were to be defeated in battle. This was enough to spark David's interest. David convinced Saul to allow him to fight Goliath, and they met on the midway of the battlefield. David flung a smooth stone with his sling, hitting Goliath in the head and killing him instantly. The use of a sling insinuates that this was permitted by the Philistines (they surrendered after), which means literally any soldier within the Israelite army probably could have defeated Goliath as long as they had a ranged weapon.
The moral of the story is that you should state ground rules before dueling someone to the death.
Yes, for a few days now.
I have created a Minecraft Realms server for Minecraft Java Edition and would like to invite all of you who are interested in some civilised cooperative Minecraft gaming on an unmodified Survival mode Server.
The server is called LazWorld by Leonism.
Only players of nations based in Lazarus may take part
No PVP unless specifically agreed between the participants (Warning: PVP is by default set to "on" in case you want to duel while I'm offline)
Absolutely no griefing (= destroying other people's structures)
You must sent me (Leonism) a telegram or discord (Leonism#9218) message with your Minecraft user name for me to invite you to the server
My word is law on the server, as I pay for it (ingame Name: Ewok0rn)
I am looking forward to having fun with fellow Minecraft players from Lazarus!
List of Lazarus nations who already take part (Minecraft username in parenthesis):
Your Imaginary Friend (Trifire)
The Sigometh Dynasty (KevinGrzyb)
The copper states (HeroKP)
Glorious Society (Jadter)
Hrathgar glacier (SurvivorType)
The Illusian Empire (lyricgrr)
Drop me a Telegram or message me on Discord ( @Leonism#9218) with your Minecraft username, so that I can add you to the server.
The Mzeusian Library is currently holding an emergency meeting to discuss technical difficulties in regards to dispatch planning.
Is there a limit to the amount of accounts you can publish?
There better not be.
Solved it. For some reason, when I had 25 factbooks (the limit) I couldn't post anymore dispatches, regardless of whether they were factbooks or not. I was actually trying to post an account.
For real. I just had an issue regarding sex education, and I chose the one that said that it should be the parents' responsibility to do it for their kids, and not the school. I was expecting maybe some civil rights increases, or at least some religiousness or social conservatism increases, but nope, my population just got fatter.