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Wonderful Winter Competition! Answer Correctly And Win 2,000 Drachmas!

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fakiwit1
14 December, 2016, 12:20 AM UTC
C: at my city because its the place to party!
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HAPPYSWORD
14 December, 2016, 12:40 AM UTC
NIKITA METEOR said:

Basileus Leonidas loves to snowboard down the snowy slopes of Hellas!

Correctly guess where he will land and go into the draw to win 2,000 Drachmas!

a) In the palm of Zeus

b) On an Persian's Pike

c) Your version

Leave the correct answer below to win the Drachmas and get Basileus Leonidas back on his board! 



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kjmw1990
14 December, 2016, 1:19 AM UTC
b
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Serghio
14 December, 2016, 1:20 AM UTC

a) In the palm of Zeus!!

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vantiffin52
14 December, 2016, 5:54 AM UTC
I'll say C, my version...................he happens upon a group of Persian, and using the momentum of the snow board, with the increased velocity from "snowboarding" on sand, creates shards of glass and kills his foes with glass shards.
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sistradap
14 December, 2016, 5:58 AM UTC

Into Nile river.

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nacholanzat
14 December, 2016, 7:00 AM UTC
At doors of Luxor Temple.
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jamesbeeler
14 December, 2016, 7:03 AM UTC
on his spartan arse
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cechipp
14 December, 2016, 7:06 AM UTC
Hells Gate
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netwalkeru
14 December, 2016, 7:07 AM UTC

c) He will reach the bottom point of the Hill of Kronos, in Attica.

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ZACT
14 December, 2016, 7:09 AM UTC
Sand boarding on the Sahara dunes
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jjbpaint
14 December, 2016, 7:49 AM UTC
[b[
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nacholanzat
14 December, 2016, 7:58 AM UTC
Pyramides of Egypt.
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dario
14 December, 2016, 8:00 AM UTC

a) In the palm of Zeus

Thebear
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fhuasta
14 December, 2016, 8:29 AM UTC
I think that is Sahara desert
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Val
14 December, 2016, 11:40 AM UTC

b) on a Persian's pike

It is said that Leonidas himself sent them away because he was concerned that they would be killed, but felt it not fitting for himself and the Spartans to desert that post which they had come to defend at the beginning. [2] I, however, tend to believe that when Leonidas perceived that the allies were dispirited and unwilling to run all risks with him, he told then to depart. For himself, however, it was not good to leave; if he remained, he would leave a name of great fame, and the prosperity of Sparta would not be blotted out. [3] When the Spartans asked the oracle about this war when it broke out, the Pythia had foretold that either Lacedaemon would be destroyed by the barbarians or their king would be killed. She gave them this answer in hexameter verses running as follows: [4] “For you, inhabitants of wide-wayed Sparta,

Either your great and glorious city must be wasted by Persian men,

Or if not that, then the bound of Lacedaemon must mourn a dead king, from Heracles' line.

The might of bulls or lions will not restrain him with opposing strength; for he has the might of Zeus.

I declare that he will not be restrained until he utterly tears apart one of these.

Herodotus, with an English translation by A. D. Godley. Cambridge. Harvard University Press. 1920.

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alexander.82thunder
14 December, 2016, 12:01 PM UTC

Jingle Bell x2...Jingle all the way to the Kingdom of Zeus 

Basileus Leonidas definitely will land at the Kingdom of Zeus, gathering the Archons around the world to prepare gifts and rewards, to be given out to every loyal and dedicated warriors for their loyalty and hardship towards their contribution to the Empire and Plarium! 
Thank you Basileus Leonidas & Plarium for this wonderful and fabulous Christmas present. HoHoHo 




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thunder_45_66
14 December, 2016, 1:47 PM UTC
NIKITA METEOR said:

Basileus Leonidas loves to snowboard down the snowy slopes of Hellas!

Correctly guess where he will land and go into the draw to win 2,000 Drachmas!

a) In the palm of Zeus

b) On an Persian's Pike

c) Your version

Leave the correct answer below to win the Drachmas and get Basileus Leonidas back on his board! 



Sam
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SHAFT001
14 December, 2016, 5:53 PM UTC

a) In the palm of Zeus

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juantamad2016
14 December, 2016, 6:39 PM UTC

B On an Persian's Pike



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