Evony Secret Guide – An Evony Strategy Guide Review

I discovered that to be an expert on Evony is just a matter of knowledge. I don’t like to get left behind. I have been playing for months and even without too many time to time I tried to master the game without success until my alliance leader recommended me the Evony Secrets Guide. You probably had already seen players growing their cities very fast and having large quantity of troops as if they had million of resources. They have! You may not know but reading that Evony strategy guide I learned there are killer strategies known by probably less than 1% of the players. The ladder of success is never crowded at the top.

The guide was written by a merely guy just like us who spent months spying, sneaking and even interviewing tons of successful players about how do they earn resources and levels so fast. After discovering all the tips and tricks, he applied and improved their methods and even created new methods becoming one of the top players of 2010.

The Evony Secret Guide contains 72 pages of unique content. The use of cheat and hacks may only get you virus on your computer and your account banned, that’s why the guide book contains only legal and hack-free techniques approved by the Evony staff. Also includes as bonus the Hosting an Alliance guide.

Some interesting topics on inside:

-Walkthrough to master every level very fast.
-Building NPCs around your cities to farm them later out, a crucial method to feed your large army.
-Learn to take over level 10 NPCs, turning into great war cities or use to build a lot of troops very fast.
-Learn how to properly feed an army and still have over a billion in food. Then you can transport your food to other cities or help other alliance members.
-Plans and optimized layouts in order to grow cities as fast as possible.
-How to get hundred of players into your alliance in few hours.
-Tactics to never worry about you city getting sacked again.
-Double your resources on autopilot.

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There are many online websites that offer no deposit poker bonuses. Some websites offer heavy bonuses while few of them offer meager bonuses. These bonuses are not consistent and keep varying in various levels of poker. In the beginning bonuses offered to players will be less, but when players win the game bonus levels will be raised. There are few websites online that allow players to play more poker with minimal risks.

Vegas Ought to Bet on Clean Energy

Spending time in Vegas gave me an opportunity, yet again, to experience the power of the almighty dollar.

But it’s not the gambling I’m referring to. Although the din of the slots, cries of anguish at the craps games and cool stares from packed blackjack tables are something to behold.

No, it’s the Vegas thirst for electrical power that gets me thinking. Massive voltage travels from the grid into the various mini cities on the Strip — like the new Palazzo resort hotel, which with the Venetian has about 8,000 rooms. That energy flows into the MGM Grand, Caesar’s Palace, the Flamingo and all the rest. Just the air conditioning bill would crush a third-world country. Toss in the rest of the operations, high-definition billboards and lighting that can be seen from the space shuttle, and it’s enough to keep Nevada Power Co. one of the most stable and profitable investments of all time.

But imagine this: What if Vegas went big for alternative energy and energy efficiency? It’s a risk, sure. But where else can you bet on a Wizard of Oz slot, get beer delivered and take a leak just 10 paces away? Vegas thrives on risk.

And while energy efficiency retrofits have proved their value, renewables still have a way to go. For instance, Forbes’ Devon Swezey predicts a clean tech crash. “The reason is simple,” Swezey writes. “Clean energy is still much more expensive and less reliable than coal or gas.”

And the economy bites, subsidies are dying and public sector budgets look like a two-egg breakfast left overnight outside in the hall at the Paris. So what?

That’s really not what’s driving the industry right now. For instance, go outside on the Strip in Vegas and breathe the air. Accompanying the constant stale stench of fried food, ambiance of public urination, sweat and other gross stuff is a good dose of pollution. That isn’t fresh air. And it isn’t just Vegas.

The truth is the air is nasty in most big cities. Sure, beautiful Fresno has some of the worst. I was introduced to asthma here. Nothing like it, especially on a long run. Might as well get punched in the face. There’s a cost to that. Coal and gas may be cheap per kilowatt, but that energy becomes very costly just multiplied by 100 million people trouping into pharmacies for treatment of allergy-related ailments.

And then there’s the whole carbon debate. Fox News may try to sidestep the issue, but it’s pretty clear we’ve got a serious problem.

“Here is the truth: The Earth is round; Saddam Hussein did not attack us on 9/11; Elvis is dead; Obama was born in the United States; and the climate crisis is real. It is time to act,” says Al Gore in a piece for Rolling Stone.

I tend to believe it. And I’m not the only one.

Tom Daykin of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal writes about Fritz Kreiss and Catherine McQueen, whose 19-room Green Leaf Inn in rural Delavan, Wisc. uses a wind turbine, geothermal energy and solar power to produce a nonexistent carbon footprint.

And tax and audit company KPMG LLP has announced it leveraged a 22 percent carbon reduction in overall operations over three years. That’s KPMG, hardly a tree-hugging hippy, and its pursuing a plan to improve the environmental performance of its business.

I collected a relatively long list, but I’ll keep this rant somewhat short.

So where else but Vegas would clean energy be better showcased? A silly town in the desert nobody thought would be successful. Heck, if that were the case, it really would’ve dried up during this “recession.” But no, the World Series of Poker was a huge success this year, and people flocked despite unreal dinner prices.

So dress that next casino hotel resort with solar panels, tap some geothermal and go LED crazy. Yeah, in Vegas baby.

Kingdoms of Camelot Tutorial – How to Build a Fourth City

Kingdoms of Camelot is a challenging game of strategy and teamwork. It is a free online game that will keep players actively engaged.

The player is given one city and must follow a series of quests to grow the population, the resources, the armies and knights. Wildernesses must be captured and defended while buildings and protection from enemies must remain a priority. It is not easy to balance the many demands of the game. Players early in the game will face wildly different challenges than those who have a few cities.

Once the first city is growing well, players may set their goals to build a second one. A second city will allow for twice as many resources, a larger army, and more power in the kingdom. It is about this time that players should seriously consider joining alliances to mutually protect each other from larger, more aggressive players.

With the advent of the third city, players had to actively conquer level 5 (and higher) wildernesses to try and loot the elusive Crests. A certain number of these crests had to be looted and turned in for the quest to give the Third City Deed.

Recently, the game developers released a significant change to Kingdoms of Camelot. Along with changes to the marketplace and enhanced graphics, players were given the opportunity to earn a deed to their Fourth City. Again, players had to conquer level 5 through level 10 wildernesses to try and find the Crests that were needed for this Fourth City Deed.

Role Playing MUDs: Five Things to Do Outside the Cities of Achaea

So you just starting playing this gigantic new text game, and you have a class, you’ve joined a city, and perhaps even embraced conformity by joining a House. Now, however, you spend a good deal of your time standing idly within the confines of familiarity, unsure of what precisely there is of interest to do outside your city’s walls. You could explore the other cities in the text game – a topic for perhaps another article for another time – or you could step out into the expansive world of Achaea that lies outside the cities, to see what unique wonders you might find.

Here are five suggestions to get you started on your quest.

1. Indulge yourself at the seaside village of Tasur’ke

Create custom confections in Allea’s candy shop by dipping an apple in caramel or a cherry in chocolate. Do not forget to coat them with sliced almonds or crushed candy cane pieces! With six different fruit to choose from, three dipping sauces and three dry toppings, your ability to customize your treat to your particular taste appears endless. This trip is perfect for a family outing, while gift shopping for a special someone, or just simply to spoil yourself.

On the other hand, if sweets are not your fancy, simply head around the corner to the smoke shop where Davel, a tabac merchant, sells a wide variety snuffs, tabacs and cigars. With a type of smoke to satiate every craving and palette, Davel’s wares are truly habit-forming!

2. Get your journal custom bound at Suthaine’s Bookbindery in Arcadia.

Do not settle on conformity! Customize your journal, or pick one up to be customized, at Suthaine’s Bookbindery. For a fee, Suthaine will re-bind your journal with your handpicked selection from his wide array of fabrics, types of lettering, and colours. Let your journal be a fashion statement that is as unique as you are.

3. Doll yourself up with Marianna’s Perfumes and Cosmetics.

A must before any date night or illustrious event, Marianna’s Perfumes and Cosmetics is a one-stop shop for all things luxurious nestled within the village of Caer Witrin. From candles which fill the room with scents that excite the senses to perfumes that make the wearer the center of attention wherever he or she may go, Marianna has truly mastered the art of beauty enhancement. Browse her selection of different makeup products and shades as well, but do remember to purchase a mirror to receive their full transformational effect!

4. Head up north to listen to the Universal Membrane.

While the trek to the Saoghal Valley is a long one, those who make the journey will find it to be worthwhile. There, below the Lake of Soaghal, you will find the Universal Membrane. Here, spoken words from across the realms are captured as voices drift through the membrane of the universe to the ears of those who linger. Learn the secrets of the Sapience, entertain yourself with random banter, and gain a bit of clarity into the going-ons of the world.

5. Explore New Thera.

When your legs grow exhausted from all of the walking, grab a private room at the Wander Inn in New Thera to catch some shut-eye. You will need the rest in order to fully enjoy all of what the village has to offer.

Money can certainly buy you love at the pet shop in New Thera, so take your winnings from your quick trip to the Ace of Spades Casino, and buy yourself a loyal companion. Daveed, the animal trainer, has carefully bred and trained a large variety of dogs, cats and birds that would all be thankful to be given a nice home. Name them, feed them, play with them and train them to do a few tricks while you are at it!

After you are done picking out some toys and treats for your new companion, head over to Shura, Mistress of Games and visit her game shop in order to reward yourself with one of a wide selection of games. From Mancala to Pearls, you will find days of entertainment within the shop’s inventory. Pick a game you are already familiar with, or challenge yourself to learn a new one with the assistance of a set of well written instructions.

Finally, after all that time away from your home city, take the time to reconnect with friends via the very special stationary that Josie, a simple artist, sells. A variety of brilliant colours, the letters sold in this shop can be turned into a variety of shapes. A parchment paper on the wall offers several suggestions which range from an angel to a snake, and an entire gambit of creatures and items between them.

While there are certainly many other treats hidden within the expansive world of Achaea, outside of your city’s walls, there is certainly something to be said about the joy of discovery. Branch out when you find yourself being idle and dare to leave your homeland and explore the entirety of the text game world. You may be pleasantly surprised with what you find.

By Teresa Harlan