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How long have you been playing the Celeste Project for?

Poll closed Aug 8, 2020.
  1. Less than 3 months

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  2. Between 3 and 6 months

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Between 6 months and 1 year

    7.9%
  4. Between 1 and 2 years

    36.8%
  5. Between 2 and 3 years

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  6. More than 3 years

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  1. Andy P XIII

    Andy P XIII Moderator
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    915F991B-6A36-434F-BF43-8CF77F3C4E22.jpeg My friend Chaos made me this.
     
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  2. Tim619

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    I wrote a good poem.
    • First, they possess unique technology available at the Academy. This allows the Greeks to receive a head start in acquiring faster research rates or ignoring the restriction of minimum range of their guard towers.
    • They are the only civilization to possess a cavalry unit with a ranged attack, the Sarissophoroi, who excels at defeating ranged units.
    • To gain favor, they simply worship to their gods. By assigning villagers to their temple, favor can be generated slowly but more villagers can be assigned to increase favor generation.
    • Greeks possess a balanced arsenal to their army allowing them to adapt to any type of battles at any given scenario with access to 3 types of every class which includes infantry, ranged, cavalry, siege, and combat ships.
    • Unlike every other civilization, the Greeks begin with nothing special at the very start of the game.
    • First, the Priestess of Ra is one of your most important units. She can be tasked to empower different buildings in your empire. While the Priestess if empowering a completed building, the building will train units, research improvements, and boost the number of resources dropped off. The Priestess of Ra can also be tasked on foundation, speeding up construction. In combat, your Priestess can heal units during combat. Knowing where and when to use her is very important to remember.
    • The Egyptians Fortresses do not train the Palintonon. Instead their Fortress train powerful War Elephants and Elephant Archers.
    • The Egyptians gain Favor by building Temples. There are three different temples that can be built. You will gain favor as well as age up with each new one constructed.
    • The Egyptian army consist of fast access to cheap units in exchange for strength. Winning battles sometimes through quantity instead of quality.
    • The Egyptians also possess a unique Priest of Ptah that can convert multiple units and buildings at a cost to their short range and rate of conversion.
    • Unlike every other civilization, the Egyptians begin with one Priestess of Ra at the very start of the game.
    • First, the Persians have access to toggleable technology available at their War Academy that allows the Persian army to train units faster albeit at an additional cost allowing them to turn the tide of battle at a critical time.
    • The Persians have Immortals at their disposal. These infantry utilize both ranged and melee attacks. They will use whichever weapon they deem most useful in a fight. But above all, they excel against infantry units.
    • The Persians generate favor through training units. The more units they train, the faster their favor generates.
    • Storehouses can serve as healing tents allowing the Persian army to rest near vital resource points.
    • Persians possess a unique siege known as the War Wagons. War Wagons are powerful siege weaponry that can kill enemies from a distance while absorbing numerous amount of arrows.
    • Their priests are the fastest converters in the game.
    • Unlike every other civilization, the Persians begin with sparabaras instead of spearmen at the very start of the game.
    • First, instead of building storehouses, the Babylonians bring their resources to mobile drop sites, known as Ox Carts. Ox Carts can be trained out of the Town Center and ordered to move almost anywhere on the map.
    • The Babylonian only has one cavalry, the Lancer, who has a charge ability that deals a huge amount of damage upon impact.
    • You must build Gardens to generate favor. Each Garden you build increases your favor income as well as reducing your training and research time of your other buildings. However, your Gardens can also be used to generate food instead.
    • Shield bearers can be used to absorb a huge amount of pierce damage.
    • Sappers can be used as mobile siege that can deal damage to both units and buildings.
    • The Babylonians do not advance through the ages at their Town Center but instead at their temple, the Ziggurat, which advances them to the Bronze Age upon finishing its construction.
    • A remarkable work of the Babylonian Siege is the Siege Tower which can garrison units to provide powerful ranged attacks and defend units from devasting siege and arrow fire.
    • Unlike every other civilization, the Babylonian has access to the clay wall requiring wood instead of stone at the very start of the game.
    • First, they expand the use of their outposts for just merely line of sight, the Norse bring their outpost to train war dogs. War Dogs can be ordered to move anywhere on the map to harass and raid unaware armies. As well as being cheap to train, they do not take up population space.
    • Their longhouses provide 10 population and allow garrisoning of villagers in times of raids.
    • The Norse Fortress can be upgraded with Burning Pitch allowing their arrows to deal damage-over-time through fire.
    • Another difference for the Norse is how they gain favor. Instead of praying to their gods, the Norse gain favor through battle. They simply fight to please their gods. Whenever a Norse soldier is fighting anything in the game, your favor will increase.
    • One of the most remarkable Norse unit is the Chief. They can serve as a formidable combatant, but they can also boost the health of nearby friendly units.
    • Another remarkable unit for the Norse is the Seer who can summon ravens who can quickly scout and spy on enemies' territories while also being able to convert enemy units to the Norse army.
    • The Norse Longship is unique in its ability to transport units across vast oceans outpacing many civilizations' merchant transports.
    • All Norse military and defensive buildings can be constructed, but not repaired by infantry units.
    • Unlike every other civilization, the Norse begin with a ranged scout and a melee scout who can build an outpost or barrack respectively at the very start of the game.
    • First, the backbone of their army, the Legionary, can be upgraded twice with the final upgrade granting the title: Legionary Elite from Legionary Champion.
    • Their barrack, the Castellum, can be upgraded to allow units to garrison inside them and provide a great amount of ranged firepower scaling upon the number of units garrisoned.
    • To gain favor, Romans must control Town Centers. The more Town Centers a Roman player has, the faster favor can be generated.
    • Romans also can train 4 types of officers for a price. Officers are a little better at everything they do in their class along with their special abilities and excel at defeating other culture's priests, but they are limited to a build cap.
    • The Decurion is a durable Roman cavalry unit that is available in the Bronze Age and can regenerate its missing health during and after skirmishes and raids.
    • The Centurion are hard-hitting infantry units and throw a javelin at their target snaring its target and dealing significant damage.
    • The Aquifiers are support infantry who are able to passively buff the DPS of nearby friendly units.
    • The Primus Pilus however is a Roman cavalry that has a special ability known as Intimdate which decreases the DPS of nearby enemies while possessing Last Stand allowing him to make a final stand with incredible fury before being slain.
    • The Roman Navy is unique with their Silver Age warship, the Enneris, in which they serve as a short range anti-ship ship while being able to be upgraded in the Golden Age to do siege damage at a long range.
    • The Roman Engineers build and repair faster than regular villagers while also being able to construct the Millarium, a building that buffs nearby allied units with speed.
    • The Roman Siege Arsenal is also unique with having access to 4 types of siege and its Scorpio. The Scorpio stands out in being a ranged siege accessible to the Romans at the Silver Age that excels at defeating infantry units.
    • Romans do not have a trifecta of a Barrack, Archery Range, and Stable. Instead, they operate on the Auxilia Camp for their ranged and cavalry needs to boast the Roman army from their Castellum and officers from their Praetorium.
    • Unlike every other civilization, the Romans begin with an engineer at the very start of the game.
     
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  3. Hugo Mendieta

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    AOEO.jpg IGN: Covertbugme
     
    #24 Hugo Mendieta, Aug 7, 2020 at 7:52 PM
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  4. Pharos

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    Here we go
     

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    Game name : Bloublou

    A Cosmopolitan City
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    A caravan far from home.
     

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  7. smileyguyx

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    Competition will be extended by a day to allow some in-game players a chance
     
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  8. ShermTank7272

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    "The Valley of Kings", or "How I Learned To Accept Always Getting Tombs From Chests"
     

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  9. Pharos

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    who won btw?
     
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  10. smileyguyx

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    will post results shortly; i've asked the other moderators to vote, and we're waiting on a potentially few more!
     
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  11. Pharos

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    can understand the delay, those arts are awesome... gl everyone
     
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    Are the results out? I'm curious to know who won.
     
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