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Arcanum Bellum ~ The Emperor ~ Cast

Ladies and Gentleman. Welcome to the new era.

That’s rite. With the coming era of Limit Break so the way we play AGG will be differ. Like it or not, it’s changing. And the first even that got the impact is Guild Conquest.

As you can see from the line up, now there’s only 4 daemons. One 3* and 4*, the Reversed and Pure. Gone is magatamas, replaced by copies to limit break the card. I don’t know how people gonna react by this. Last changing – not giving complete magatamas for Fallen – was enough to cause people to rage quit. Gone also usual rewards sequences and replaced by series of summon points and.. Gold Apple ?

If you see the stat, without Limit Break Reversed and Pure is kind of weak, you need to dig into lv100 to MaxLB (MLB) Reversed. That’s not easy for most guild.

That’s right, we will be allowed to get a max of 5 cards for both Reversed and pure. And that’s also right, by not showing who’s got pure in guild-board, then you will expect a lot of drama. Or you can op to free-to-hit rules like my guild.

However I guess things are just temporary, people will adapt. By Limit Breaking old cards and make them super-saiyan like, we’re gonna facing a whole new level of events.

Btw.. I’m not really into Emperor pure. Why is male pure always a Phantom Reducer ?

LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS!!

We’re looking for new additions into our guild! 

::REQUIREMENTS::

  • Must download the LINE app. It’s where we plan our attacks in Guild Events and keep each other updated on item status, atk. sp., etc.
  • Lvl 75+ (If you are a member and invite anyone into our guild, we don’t care what lvl they are no matter how low [we’re looking at you lvl 50’s and below!], they are definitely welcome!)
  • Must speak English! (Even if you are bad at it! If you can read this post and understand it, then send in those requests!)
  • Active (To be active means to contribute to atks. Not necessarily chatting. But our attack strategy does require some of your feedback and makes it easier for us to determine a time to atk around our busy schedules. Those inactive during a guild event will be booted, but are still welcome to come back after the event ends!)
  • Cash players and Free players are welcome. We don’t care how many 5-star daemons you have. All we want is your cooperation and contribution in our battles. And we try to make things equal for both Cash players and Free players. :3

Once you are accepted to our guild and have added LINE. Search and add the userID “jukebox3000” to get added to our guild’s chat log. Make sure you msg. her your Ayakashi username also so she knows you are a part of the guild! If you have any questions, please ask.

Updated: 5/18/14. 5 spots open!

I dreamt about you last night. I’m convincing myself it’s because you thought of me before you went to sleep, like what they say.

(But the truth is maybe it’s just because I want you that bad)

Government Classification Questions

1. Who rules? 

In Athens the people rule. Everyone, rich or poor, can be apart of the government. In Athens they believed in equality even though men were the only ones apart of it. 

2. 2) How many governing bodies are there? Do they interact? 

There were three pillars of the democracy. They were the Assembly of Demos, the Council of 500 and the People’s Court. The Assembly was a regular gathering of male Athenian citizens to gather, discuss and vote on laws to benefit society. The Council had 500 men from all 10 tribes. The Council discussed decrees to prepare the meetings for the Assembly. The People’s Court was just as important as the Assembly or Council. It was a place for citizens to listen on cases and to vote on punishments of those who were guilty. They were paid to do this and was a great for poor citizens to get money. 

3. How much power does that government have? Is it limited in any way? Who limits? 

The government has all of the power and control over everything. It is limited by the people as well. If a law has been decreed and some of the Councilors don’t agree with it by a show of hand, they have the freedom to say what they feel. They can veto the law and create another one to benefit the community. 

4. From whence does the ruler draw his/her power? aka Why/How does he get to rule?

There is no one ruler. The people in Athens participate in whatever they want to at least once a year. No one is denied for wanting to be apart of the Council, Assembly or People’s Court. 

5. How does the country make money? Who controls the way money is spent?

The Assembly discusses how to spend money in Athens. A lot of money is spent on the military. Everybody pays tax in Athens so the money is given to the government. 

6. What rights do the ordinary citizens have?

All of the citizens in Athens have the same rights. It does not matter if you are in one of the 3 pillars because they are ordinary citizens as well. In Athens power is to the people and they are treated all equal. Woman on the other hand are not allowed to have a say in the government, it is a bit sextist.