Help Leonidas's spies!

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Basileus Leonidas
3 September, 2016, 2:20 PM UTC

Archon, help Leonidas’s spies find the runaway Persians!

When was the camp set up?

a) A couple of days ago

b) Today

Leave a comment if you found a clue!

What is the correct answer, Archon?

War doesn't determine who is right - only who is left.
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Wy San Luis
3 September, 2016, 4:00 PM UTC

There's no runaway Persian.

Spartans killed all.
"Those who seek to die will live, and those who seek to live will die."
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3 September, 2016, 4:31 PM UTC
today, cause there is no sand in the open tents.
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GC Alab Supreme
4 September, 2016, 11:51 PM UTC

Today, because Leonidas wouldn't be late in asking for help, and the camps look relatively neat

Oh yeah, and that almost unnoticeable spider web; if the tents were set up a couple of days ago, then the web would be damaged. spider webs are steely, yet with only one finger you can tear down the whole web
☪Alab ☪
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6 September, 2016, 12:50 AM UTC

b) Today because I can still see the tracks from the desert. 

-Maybe few minutes before Leonidas arrived! because as far as i an see there is a sandstorm already and the tracks are still there!

-There is still a spider web there untouched yet

- Tents got no sand from sandstorms..

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7 September, 2016, 6:21 PM UTC

a) A couple of days ago

Spiderweb indicates that the tents could not have been put up during the same day + the footprints are all gone > no camp activity in the sand.

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7 September, 2016, 9:50 PM UTC
A couple of days ago.  No footprints and spider web indicate some days have passed since camp was set up.
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15 September, 2016, 1:04 AM UTC

A couple of days ago

The spider web indicates that this place takes abandoned several days, traces have been erased or damaged by the desert air. Perhaps the power of Leonids feels kilometers away and the cowards persians had to flee quickly days in advance. 

Los espartanos no preguntan cuántos son, sino dónde están.
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Popo Ritzie
21 September, 2016, 3:47 AM UTC
The tents must have been set up the day before - enough time for the wind of the desert to erase the tracks, let a spider build its web and the tents to be a little tattered. Leoidas doesn't need any help from me - it appears he caught them still asleep in their tents! Runaways would not leave their bedding or tents, and there aren't any tracks leaving the tents....and if you look closely, there is a head on the pillow!
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