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The Noba now have a fortress! I've decided that this will be where they train the warrior queen hero and the tame lions instead of the temple.
Also, the Noba warrior queen has an upgraded form with her riding an elephant (its war paint patterns are different from the others).
I've been playing wagers/tournaments on games related to COD/warzone/fortnite for a few years now and would like to see some sort of wagering system here. Regular tournaments or ability to wager in games would make the game a lot more competitive and fun as you will actually be playing for something unlike now where the only option you have to play for something is points and that is limited to 1v1's.
How it would work:
Tournaments: We all send an entry fee of like $5 or more to someone to hold and they pay out the prize pool to winners.
Wagers: You either pair with someone on an enemy team and trust them to send money to you if you win OR send money to someone reputable to hold the money as a middleman.
If this gets enough attention I may be able to get it implemented on a website like checkmategaming.com or theesportshub.com and it will be much easier to arrange wagers/tournaments.
Neandertaler klebten Werkzeug mit Urzeit-Uhu
Forscher haben einen 40.000 Jahre alten Klebstoff entdeckt, mit dem Neandertaler ihre Werkzeuge reparierten.
Scientists discovered 40,000 years old glue Neanderthals used on their tools; the two compounds (ocher and bitumen) apparently had to be fetched from far away locations, adding complexity to this achievement. I think this lines up nicely with ~recent discoveries that the Neanderthals were capable of much more than they were given credit for earlier.