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Lyceum of Wisdom is a building in Rise Of Kingdoms where you will answer questions and if you answer correctly you will receive rewards. There are three stages in Lyceum of Wisdom and they are Preliminary, Midterm and Final Exam. 

 Down below you will find all Peerless Scholar answers so you can pass Preliminary, Midterm and Final Exam. If you manage to pass the Final Exam you will receive a huge amount of gems. 

I would recommend you to play Rise Of Kingdoms on PC because it will help you a lot with answering questions especially during Midterm and Final exams where you have limited time to answer all questions. 

All Lyceum of Wisdom – Peerless Scholar Questions & Answers

Q&A

  • Which astronomer proposed the heliocentric theory in the 16th century?

    Nicolaus Copernicus

  • The flag of which country holds the world record of being the oldest continuously used national flag?

    Denmark

  • Which gas makes up more than 90% of Mars' atmosphere?

    Carbon Dioxide

  • Which of the following is NOT one of Lohar's skills?

    Utter Annihilation

  • Which of the following is not King Skill?

    Relief

  • Who made the idea "Troy"?

    Odysseus

  • Which of the following is another name for the "Black Death" that raged across the Europe during the Late Middle Ages?

    Yersinia petis

  • Which of the following juice is contained in the classic cocktail "Bloody Mary"?

    Tomato Juice

  • In which city is Denmark's statue of The Little Mermaid located?

    Copenhagen

  • What is China's earliest known book of military strategy?

    Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War”

  • In Greek mythology, what was the name of Hades' 3-headed dog which guarded the gates of the Underworld

    Cerberus

  • Founder of Edo Bakufu

    Tokugawa Ieyasu

  • Official measure Martin Luther

    Edict of Worms

  • Which was a lighthouse built after Macedonia conquered Egypt and waste of the seven wonders of the ancient world?

    The Lighthouse of Alexandria

  • Who was the last emperor of All Russia?

    Nicholas II

  • Whose beauty is said to have been the cause of the Trojan War?

    Helen

  • Northern Humanists like Erasmus were most commonly known for what?

    Interest in religion and social form

  • Which German psychologist discovered the human brain's forgetting curve?

    Hermann Ebbinghaus

  • What is the conversion ratio of amperes (A) to milliamperes (mA)?

    1/1000

  • Which of the following did Desiderius Erasmus and Thomas More have in common?

    Both were considered humanists

  • Who first implemented the Julian Calendar in Rome?

    Julius Caesar

  • Which of the following is the world's largest island?

    Greenland

  • Which commander signed a peace treaty with Saladin in 1192?

    Richard I

  • Who was the first human woman created by Hephaestus in Greek mythology?

    Pandora

  • Which commander was in charge of capturing Constantinople at the age of 21?

    Mehmed II

  • Which of the following fruits, known as "wolf peach", were erroneously thought to be poisonous?

    Tomatoes

  • Which of the following was also known as the Eastern Roman Empire?

    Byzantine Empire

  • Which of the following French Kings was known as the Sun King?

    Louis XIV

  • Which inventor built the world’s first electric locomotive in 1837?

    Robert Davidson

  • Which type of holy sites grant troop attack bonuses?

    Flame Altar

  • Which of the following can NOT be found in Alliance Shops?

    Golden Key

  • What is Belisarius' nickname?

    Last of the Romans

  • Which European country's king funded Christopher Columbus' famous expedition?

    Spain

  • From the 17th to 19th centuries, the Kingdom of Prussia was mostly in which modern country

    Germany

  • Which mammalian order does Suidae belong to?

    Artiodactyla

  • Who was believed to be the prototype of king of hearts in poker?

    Charlemagne

  • What did Spartacus do as a slave before leading the biggest slave rebellion of Ancient Rome?

    A gladiator

  • Who proposed the philosophical idea of "I think, therefore I am"?

    Descartes

  • Which of the following marine species has existed the longest?

    Nautilus

  • Which country gave the Statue of Liberty ti American people as a gift?

    France

  • Which of the following physicists was born on the death anniversary of Galileo Galilei, and died on the birth anniversary of Albert Einstein?

    Stephen Hawking

  • Who was called "Napoleon of crime" in some of the Sherlock Holmes stories?

    Professor Moriarty

  • Which of the following the world's largest island?

    Greenland

  • Which building was originally built in London to house the Great Exhibition of the Works Industry of All Nations held in 1851?

    The Crystal Palace

  • Which of the following was built at the order of Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal?

    Taj Mhal

  • how many times is the character 1 used when you write from numbers 1 to number 99?

    20

  • In which country did the Carlist Wars take place during the 19th century?

    Spain

  • Which war was fought between the Bristish houses of Lancaster and York for the throne of England?

    The Wars of the Roses

  • Insufficient intake of which element may case thyromegaly?

    Iodine

  • Official measure Martin Luther

    Diet of Worms

  • Which French monarch was known as Saint Louis?

    Louis IX

  • Which country in Asia overlaps with the former Parthian empire?

    Iran

  • What is the softest material known to mankind?

    Talc

  • One of the Knights of the Round Table

    Lancelot

  • The three kingdoms of Korea where Baekje, Silla, and?

    Goguryeo

  • Which of the following is a nonrenewable energy source (such as coal, oil, or natural gas)?

    Fossil Fuel

  • Which of the following is an alternative energy source based on splitting heavy atoms into lighter ones to release energy?

    Nuclear energy

  • Which war ended the rule of the House of Plantagenet and began the rule of the Tudors in England?

    The Wars of the Roses

  • Which commander is named death hydromel?

    Sarka

  • Which of these is not a natural resource?

    Clothing

  • The Punic Wars were fought by Ancient Rome and what other Ancient Empire?

    Carthage

  • Who was the last female Pharaoh of the Ptolemy Dynasty?

    Cleopatra VII

  • Raphael is best known for his creation of which of the following?

    School of Athens

  • How many phases are there in The Mightiest Governor event?

    5

  • Which commander is known as Kamakura's warlord?

    Minamoto no Yoshitsune

  • Which of these is used to rally alliance troops?

    Castle

  • What is the highest level a City Hall can reach in Rise of Kingdoms?

    25

  • Which country started the tradition of the 8-hour workday?

    United Kingdom

  • Which of the following was NOT invented in China?

    Seismographs

  • Which country is not in Europe?

    Egypt

  • Which of the following commanders excels at attacking enemy cities?

    Caesar

  • While Gutenberg introduced the printing press in Europe, his invention was influenced by which country, the first to develop a moveable type?

    China

  • The four major varieties of Guzheng in Ancient China were the Haozhong, Luqi, Jiaowei, and the...?

    Raoliang

  • Which of the following is NOT one of El Cid's skills?

    Chivalry

  • With whom did Minamoto no Yoshitsune raise an army to fight Taira no Kiyomori?

    Minamoto no Yoritomo

  • What color is a polar bears skin?

    Black

  • Egyptians made paper from which material?

    Papyrus

  • The differences among a species, like different bird beaks, are called

    Variations

  • What is the length of a marathon in kilometers?

    42.2 Km

  • Which part of the brain will alcohol affect?

    The Cerebellum

  • What is the troop health bonus you can get from a fully upgraded Hospital?

    1%

  • What are the Books of Covenant used for?

    Upgrading Castle

  • How many Elite Commanders are there in the game?

    5

  • The three great philosophers of ancient Greece were Plato, Aristotle, and?

    Socrates.

  • Which of the following can not be found in a Silver Chest at the tavern?

    Lvl. 3 Tome of knowledge

  • Which unit type is strong against Archers?

    Cavalry

  • Which unit type is strong against Cavalry?

    Infantry

  • Who is the commander considered an enemy of Rome since childhood?

    Hannibal Barca

  • Who painted The Last Supper?

    Leonardo Da Vinci

  • Ancient Egyptian history spans how many kingdoms?

    3 – Old, Middle, New

  • Who is the King of the Kingdom?

    Leader of the alliance that conquers the lost temple

  • Which of the following is not a characteristic of renaissance art?

    Flat/Two-dimensional

  • Which famous and influential family did the famous Renaissance art patron Duke Lorenzo belong to?

    Medici

  • Wealthy family in Florence

    Medici

  • Which of the following was not a pillar of the Renaissance?

    Mannerism

  • Which of the following was a Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied classical texts and focused on human potential and achievements?

    Humanism

  • Which period of European history, lasting from 1300 to 1600, saw renewed interest in classical culture and led to far-reaching changes in art, learning, and views of the world?

    Renaissance

  • Without using buffs, how many action points can a governor have?

    1,000

  • Which unit strong against infantry?

    Archer

  • hich of the following commanders excels at leading Calvary?

    Minamoto no Yoshitsune

  • Which of the following does not award Individual Credits?

    Giving resources to allies.

  • Which Portuguese explorer sailed from the Cape of Good Hope to India?

    Vasco de Gama

  • Why do frogs and other organisms produce so many eggs/offspring?

    the more offspring produced the more likely they will survive

  • What are Arrows of Resistance used for?

    Upgrading Watch Tower

  • Renaissance painters in Flanders, as in Italy, tended to produce what type of artwork?

    Realistic

  • What provided the major economic support for the renaissance?

    Wealthy Patrons

  • Why are advantageous traits more likely to be passed onto offspring?

    because they are more likely to survive and produce…

  • After its foundation in the 6th century BCE, which institution of the Roman Republic served as a consultative parliament?

    The Senate

  • What is the name for electricity produced by water power using large dams in a river?

    Hydroelectric power

  • The process of splitting atoms is known as

    Fission

  • Santa Claus travels on a sleigh pulled by what animal?

    Reindeer

  • Which war was fought between British houses of Lancaster and York for the throne of England?

    The Wars of the Roses

  • Which of these was the only commander to defeat Cyrus the great in battle?

    Tomyris

  • Which of the following commanders joined a rebellion against her own husband?

    Constance

  • Which commander is nicknamed the Roaring Barbarian?

    Lohar

  • Which of the following resources cannot be found in your jeans?

    Lead

  • Which commander was paired with Minamoto?

    Tomoe Gozen

  • Which of the following was a general during Japan's Genpei War?

    Tomoe Gozen

  • In Greek mythology, to whom did Paris the prince of troy give golden apple inscribed with to the most beautiful goddess?

    Aphrodite

  • Of the 12 Chinese zodiac animals, which comes first?

    Rat / Mouse

  • Which Civilization was the first to have public toilets?

    Ancient Rome

  • Which of the following is a fossil fuel formed from marine organisms that is often found in folded or tilted layers and used for heating and cooking?

    Natural Gas

  • From the 8th to the 11th century CE, what did Europeans frequently call the Scandinavian invaders who frequently ravaged their lands?

    Vikings

  • Which of the following is an inexhaustible energy resource that relies on hot magma or hot dry rocks below ground?

    Geo

  • Which of the following is considered an energy source?

    Petroleum

  • The Renaissance was a "Rebirth" of

    Classical Culture

  • Advantages of Johannes Gutenberg's printing press include all of the following except

    Increase in church power

  • Who invented the printing press?

    Johann Gutenberg

  • Who founded the Kingdom of Asturias?

    Pelagius

  • Which of the following does NOT give commanders EXP?

    Attacking other players

  • Raphael is best known for?

    School of Athens

  • Which of the following is a Phase of the Mightiest Governor?

    Enemy Elimination

  • Which of these two were created by Leonardo da Vinci?

    The Last Supper, Mona Lisa

  • Which war was fought between the British?

    War of Roses

  • Which commander is nicknamed Carthage's Guardian?

    Hannibal Barca

  • What two major works are attributed to homer?

    The Odyssey and the Iliad

  • Which of the following is not an objective of Greek mythology?

    Provide a path for salvation

  • Which commander is nicknamed the Father of Conquest?

    Baibars

  • Where do most hurricanes start?

    On the Open Seas

  • Which commander is known as the Lady of the Mercians?

    Æthelflæd

  • Which landmark in Sydney, Australia is shaped like sails?

    Sydney Opera House

  • Egypt's economy was primarily based on what?

    Agriculture

  • Which planet in our solar system rotates the fastest?

    Jupiter

  • Which commander was part of the Battle of Red Cliffs?

    Cao Cao

  • What is Julius Caesar's nickname?

    Uncrowned king

  • How many fingers does the cartoon character mickey mouse have on each hand?

    4

  • Which Portuguese explorer was the first European to sail to the southern tip of Africa?

    Bartolomeu Dias

  • In which country was air conditioning invented?

    USA

  • The two capitals of Austria - Hungary were Budapest and?

    Vienna

  • In Greek Mythology, what is the relationship between Zeus and Hermes?

    Father and son

  • In Greek mythology, which hero requested for the Golden Fleece?

    Jason

  • "The end justifies the means" was a key belief of the author of "The Prince". What was his name?

    Machiavelli

  • Where did the renaissance begin?

    Italy

  • Who painted the Mona Lisa?

    Leonardo da Vinci

  • Movable type was first used in which country?

    China

  • The “Windsor knot” was made popular by which king of England?

    Edward VIII

  • Which ancient Greek scholar laid the foundations for future European mathematics and authored the "Elements" of geometry?

    Euclid

  • Who was the only king of England to be executed?

    Charles I

  • What four words saying did Oda Nobunaga live by?

    Rule With Absolute Force

  • Which of the following is not a reason why the renaissance began in Italy?

    The black plague did not hit Italy as a result of the alps

  • Which of the following is not an objective of Greek mythology?

    Provide path of salvation

  • Under normal circumstances, which layer of the sun can we see with the naked eye?

    Photosphere

  • Which commander is known as Barbarossa?

    Frederick I

  • Which of the following does the green Olympic Ring represent?

    Oceania

  • Which Ancient Greek physicist famously discovered the concept of buoyancy while taking a bath?

    Archimedes

  • Egypt’s economy was primarily based on?

    Agriculture

  • Which Ancient Greek physicist famously discovered the concept of buoyancy while taking a bath?

    Archimedes

  • Egypt’s economy was primarily based on?

    Agriculture

  • In Greek mythology, what was Achilles' only weak point?

    His heel

  • Mutations are a change in what?

    DNA

  • What honorary rank was the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC)?

    Colonel

  • Which city-state of Ancient Greece was known for its Brutal military training and bravery?

    Sparta

  • Wales officially became part of the Kingdom of Great Britain during the reign of which King?

    King Henry VIII

  • Queen Victoria of England was part of which royal house?

    The house of Hanover

  • Which of the seven wonders of the world were created to cure the new Queen of Babylon's homesickness?

    The Hanging Gardens

  • Which of the following is a nonrenewable energy source?

    Water

  • Which commander was considered an enemy of Rome from an early age?

    Hannibal Barca

  • Which art group is known as a "National Treasure" of Canada?

    Cirque du Soleil

  • Which Roman Emperor was named Augustus after ending a civil war?

    Gaius Octavius

  • In Norse mythology, who wielded the weapon Gungnir?

    Odin

  • Northern Humanists Like Erasmus were most Commonly Known for what?

    The Religions

  • During the Renaissance, why was Florence significant?

    Birthplace of the Renaissance

  • Which of the following describes a monotheist?

    Someone who warships 1 god.

  • To whom did India give title mahatma?

    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

  • How many action points can a governor have?

    1000

  • Which of the following is a name for sedimentary rock formed from decayed plant materiel in swampy areas?

    Coal

  • Ashoka the Great was the king of which Ancient Indian kingdom?

    Maurya

  • On which continent is the human race generally thought to have originated?

    Africa

  • What is the name for renewable energy derived from burning organic materials such as wood and alcohol?

    Biomass

  • Where did King Louis XIV of France move the royal Court to in 1682?

    Palace of Versailles

  • Who was the Emperor of the First French Empire?

    Napoleon Bonaparte

  • Which of the following commanders excels at leading archers?

    Yi Seong-Gye

  • Who founded the joseon dynasty?

    Yi Seong-Gye

  • First general of the Edo shogunate?

    Tokugawa Ieyasu

  • What is the center of a hurricane called?

    Eye

  • Which prominent statesman served as the first general of the Edo shogunate at the end of Japan's Warring States period?

    Tokugawa Ieyasu

  • In Ark of Osiris, where are you supposed to take the Ark?

    Escort the Ark to a non-enemy building

  • Which group conquered the Byzantine Empire?

    The Ottomans

  • Where was the rallying point for the First Crusade?

    Constantinople

  • Which of the following is a term for a valuable material of geologic origin that can be extracted from the earth

    Natural Resources

  • Which city hosted the 2000 Summer Olympics?

    Which city hosted the 2000 Summer Olympics?

  • Which of the following is a liquid fossil fuel formed from marine organisms that is burned to obtain energy and used to manufacture plastics?

    Oil

  • Who killed Hector and how Achilles die?

    Achilles; Arrow though his heel

  • First created in Ancient Greece, to which profession does Hippocratic oath apply?

    Doctors

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    Julius Caesar

  • Who owned everything in ancient Egyptian Kingdoms?

    Pharaoh

  • Which part of the human body contains mostly water?

    Eyeballs

  • Before leading the biggest slave rebellion of Ancient Rome, what was Spartacus?

    Gladiator

  • The punic wars were fought by ancient Rome and what other ancient empire?

    Carthage

  • What is the champion Keira's nickname?

    The Red Chameleon

  • Ashoka the great was the king of which ancient kingdom?

    Maurya Dynasty

  • Which artist designed St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican?

    Michelangelo

  • Who was praised by his countryman as ancient Greece's best and most honest democratic representatives?

    Pericles

  • What is the name of the revolution in 1688 which established the British constitutional monarchy?

    Glorious Revolution

  • Which part of the brain will alcohol affect?

    Cerebellum

  • Who was the emperor of the first French Empire?

    Napoleon Bonaparte

  • The process Of combining atoms is known as what?

    Fusion

  • Which of the following is not Pelagius passive skill?

    Charge

  • Which Prominent statesman served as the first general of the Edo Shogunate at the end of Japan's warring states period?

    Tokugawa Ieyasu

  • Which was the only ancient civilization to develop in a tropical jungle rather than a river basin?

    The Incas

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    The Incas

  • Which ethnic group founded the earliest civilization of Mesopotamia?

    The Sumerians

  • The cone-shaped winds of tornadoes are notable for doing what?

    Spinning

  • Who commanded the New Model Army founded by Parliament during the English Civil War?

    Cromwell

  • Who is considered the "Father of Modern Olympic Games"?

    Pierre de Coubertin

  • When is the declaration of independence?

    1776

  • Who was the first Emperor of Rome?

    Gaius Octavius Augustus

  • Unit type strong against Infantry?

    Archer

  • Where did king Louis XIV of France move to royal court to in 1682?

    Palace of Versailles

  • Which beverage was invented by American pharmacist John Pemberton?

    Cola

  • Which of the following commander excels at gathering resources?

    Cleopatra VII

  • The more genetic variation a population has, the more likely it is that some individual will what?

    Survive

  • Which commander excels at leading infantry?

    Richard I

  • Which of the following was an enemy of Richard the Lionheart?

    Saladin

  • In Greek mythlogy, which hero quested for the golden fleece?

    Jason

  • Which landmark in Sydney, Australia is shaped like sails?

    Opera House

  • Where do adaptations come from?

    Both mutations and Genetic recombination.

  • Where did Genghis Khan start building his Mongolian Empire?

    Asia

  • Who was the founder of the Mongolian Empire?

    Genghis Khan

  • what is the name for the phenomenon by which organisms that are better adapted to the environment survive to pass traits to their offspring?

    Natural Selection

  • Which of the following commanders was part of the hundred years war?

    Joan of Arc

  • Which commander was nicknamed mead of death?

    Sarka

  • What is a monotheist?

    Only believe in one god.

  • What discovery made the deciphering of hieroglyphics possible ?

    Rosetta stone.

  • Eyeglasses are composed of quartz, sand, and what?

    Petroleum

  • When Achilles refuses to fight, Patroclus puts on Achilles armor, fights the trojans, and dies, who is Patroclus killed by?

    Hector

  • In which year did Richard and Saladin sign a truce?

    1192

  • Mutations are important because they bring about what?

    Genetic Variation needed for a population to evolve

  • In Ark of Osiris which speedup can be used?

    Healing Speed Up

  • How did Saladin change the Middle East?

    Palestine

  • When was the Declaration of Independence written?

    1776

  • The Mughal Empire carried Islam to where?

    Most of India

  • Which musical instrument has six strings?

    Guitar

  • The four biggest musicals in the world are Cats, Les Miserables, Miss Saigon, and?

    The Phantom of the Opera

  • France and Germany were both once part of what feudal Kingdom?

    Francia

  • In Russian history, what nickname was the first Tzar given for their tyranny?

    Ivan the Terrible

  • Which of the following is considered a metallic resource?

    Iron

  • Which commander is known as the Conqueror of Chaos?

    Cao Cao

  • Which of the Babylonian Codes of Law was the first full set of written laws in recorded history?

    The Code of Hammurabi

  • Which European wrote the first travelogue detailing China's history, culture, and art?

    Marco Polo

  • China's crosstalk sketch comedy format originates in three places: Tianqiao in Beijing, the Quanty Bazaar in Tianjin and where in Nanjing?

    Fuzimiao

  • Homer's 'The Iliad' focuses on events happening during which war or battle?

    The Trojan War

  • Which of the following is not part of Mexico's flag.?

    Camel

  • Which commander was known as the Celtic Rose?

    Boudica

  • Which type of natural disaster is measured using the Richter scale?

    Earthquake

  • Which is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as having the largest cumulative circulation of any single-author comic?

    Eiichiro Oda / One Piece

  • In Ancient Greece, which philosopher liked to discuss ideas on a street which then got the nickname Peripatetic School?

    Aristotle

  • Galileo's Leaning Tower of Pisa experiment overturned a theory of which Ancient Greek scientists?

    Aristotle

  • Which commander showed their military genius in the Battle of Poitiers in the 8th century AD?

    Charles Martel

  • Which commander showed their military genius in the Battle of Tours in the 8th century AD?

    Charles Martel

  • Where did the soldiers of Ancient Rome get their weapons and armor?

    Themselves

  • Who wrote the Art of War?

    Sun Tzu

  • Toggle During the Trojan War, which Greek warrior killed Hector?

    Achilles

  • Which of the following is Zeus' elder brother in Geek Mythology?

    Poseidon

  • Which of the following serves as the national flower of the Philippines?

    Sampaguita

  • What is the name for electricity produced by water using large dams in a river?

    Hydroelectric energy

  • Whose autobiography "Living to Tell the Tale" won them the Nobel Prize in Literature?

    Gabriel García Márquez

  • Which official measure made it a crime to give Martin Luther food or shelter?

    Toggle ContentEdict of Worms

  • Which ancient civilization built the "Lost City" of Machu Picchu?

    The Incas

  • Which of these cities hosted the Olympics in 1900?

    Paris

  • The Taj Mahal was built during which Indian Dynasty?

    The Mughal Dynasty

  • Which emperor issued the Proclamation of Milan?

    Constantine I

  • Which of the following achievements must be completed before the "Special Snowflake" achievement?

    Long-range strike

  • What is Commander Lancelot good at?

    Leading cavalry units

  • What is Commander Baybars good at?

    Leading cavalry units

  • What is Commander Hermann good at?

    Leading Archers

  • When a governor's city hall reaches level 25, how many farms can they build?

    4

  • What is commander Keira good at?

    Leading archers

  • What is commander Osman I good at?

    Attacking Cities

  • Which buff can be acquired from occupying a Sanctum of Courage?

    Increase EXP gained by commanders

  • What is the Commander Hannibal Barca good at?

    Attacking cities

  • Who came up with the Trojan horse idea?

    Odysseus

  • Who won the Trojan war?

    The Greeks

  • old part empire now on which asian country lands

    Iran

  • What is Commander Eulji Mundeok good at?

    Leading infantry units

  • What causes lunar eclipses?

    The earth moves directly between the sun and the moon

  • During the Second Punic War, in which battle did a vastly outnumbered Hannibal defeat a Roman army?

    The Battle of Cannae

  • "The end justifies the means" was a key belief of the author of "The Prince". What was his name?

    Machiavelli

  • One "day" on the planet Venus is approximately equal to how many earth days?

    243 days

  • Which of the following nations is the closest to the North Pole?

    Finland

  • Which of the following is NOT one of the major greenhouse gases in earth's atmosphere?

    Nitrogen

  • What was another usage of gin, aside from being a popular drink, in the 18th century?

    What was another usage of gin, aside from being a popular drink, in the 18th century?

  • When catching and releasing deep sea fish,why is it important to pierce their swim bladder?

    To prevent them from dying of distended swim bladders

  • Which of the following factors allows certain mixed drinks to be layered?

    Density

  • Which of the following cat breeds is known for being hairless?

    Sphynx

  • When is the International Day of Forests?

    March 21

  • When is the World No Tobacco Day?

    May 31

  • When did dinosaurs first exist?

    Triassic

  • Which nation was NOT involved in the Battle of Waterloo?

    Italy

  • What is commander Sun Tzu good at?

    Leading city garrisons.

  • The air often feels fresher after a thunderstorm because it has been enriched with which gas?

    Ozone

  • The great Asoka, which was the king of the ancient Indian kingdom

    Maurya

  • Who came up with the Trojan Horse idea? Who won the Trojan War?

    Odysseus; The Greeks

  • Which one of the following is not one of Hermann's skills?

    Irresistible

  • Keira once defied the world's expectations about her in a glorious battle. Where did this battle take place?

    Sunset Canyon

  • China's Temple of Heaven was built during the reign of which emperor?

    The Yongle Emperor (Zhu Di)

  • Which of the following is NOT one of Keira's skills?

    Unruly Blood

  • The kingdom title 'Queen' increases which of the following?

    Gathering Speed

  • How many bones does an adult human have?

    206

  • Who funded Christopher Colombus's travels?

    Spain

  • Who was the first of Henry VIII's children to rule England?

    Edward VI

  • Henry I took the throne of Englnd in the year 1100 after which relative died?

    His Brother

  • What causes the distinctive smell in the air after it rains?

    The influence of actinomycetes

  • Of the following nations, which has the smallest area?

    Vatican City

  • What is the hardest part of the human body?

    Tooth Enamel

  • In most cases, what kind of mosquitoes will drink animal blood?

    Female mosquitos

  • Which historical figure is entombed in Palenque's Temple of the Inscriptions?

    Pakal the Great

  • Where did King John of England agree to the Magna Carta in 1215?

    Runnymede

  • Which of the following is an accurate description of the Mediterranean climate?

    Hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters.



  • Rise Of Kingdoms Lyceum of Wisdom

    Introduction

    No one knew when it had begun. Every day scholars would teach here, attracting
    crowds that hunger for knowledge. This place, later known as the “Lyceum of
    Wisdom”, became an important hub of information, and allowed people to socialize
    and advance together. 

    The kingdom had decided to hold a contest at the Lyceum of Wisdom every month,
    where participants get to answer questions and put their knowledge to the test. This
    event is known as “Peerless Scholar”, and consists of three phases — the Preliminary
    exam, the Midterm exam, and the Final Exam. Through this contest, Governors can
    learn all kinds of knowledge about the world, and earn a tremendous amount of
    rewards while at it.

    Preliminary

    Start Time
    During the event, from Monday to Friday 0:00 to 23:00 UTC, Governors can start answering Preliminary questions on their own.
    From 23:00 to 0:00 (next day), the exams will undergo maintenance. Governors will
    not be able to start a session of Preliminary exam during this time, but they can finish
    answering questions they had already started prior to 23:00. 

    • Participation Requirements •
    Your City Hall must reach Level 10, and have built a Lyceum of Wisdom.

    How To Play
    1. Each Governor can participate in one Preliminary per day, which consists of 10
    questions and with no time limit on these questions.
    2. Answering a question incorrectly will only affect the current question’s rewards and
    total rewards, Governors can continue to answer upcoming questions.
    3. You can send a question to the alliance chat channel and request your alliance
    mates to help. During a session of Preliminary exam, you have a total of three chances
    to request help. 

    Rewards
    Governors who finish answering questions will earn rewards based on the total
    number of questions they answered correctly. Correctly answering 6 questions in
    total will qualify for that week’s Midterm, and correctly answering 9 questions in total
    will earn 1 Midterm Life Token. You can earn a maximum of 3 Midterm Life Tokens per
    week.

    Midterm

    Start Time
    During the event, there will be two Midterm sessions on Saturdays at 02:30, and at
    12:30. Governors can only choose to participate in one session. If they had already
    started answering questions during a session, then they cannot participate again in
    another time slot.

    • Participation Requirements •
    1. Correctly answer 6 or more questions in any single session of Preliminary for that
    week to qualify for the Midterm.
    2. Governors can enter and wait at the answering panel 5 minutes before the start of
    the Midterm, please be on time. If answering has already begun, then Governors can
    no longer enter the panel.

    How To Play
    1. The Midterm consists of 15 multiple choice questions that are on a timer. Governors
    must complete the selection of answers within the time limit. Selecting an incorrect
    answer or not selecting an answer on time will both be viewed as the wrong answer.
    Once an answer is selected, it cannot be changed.
    2. Questions 1 – 5 are on a 15 second timer, questions 6 – 10 are on a 12 second timer,
    and questions 11 – 15 are on a 10 second timer.
    3. When Governors no longer have a Life Token to use up, answering incorrectly will
    be viewed as being disqualified. After being disqualified they will receive their total
    rewards, and will be unable to receive a share from the Gems pool.
    4. Through the Preliminary exam, Governors can earn Life Tokens that are usable for
    that week. Governors can earn a maximum of 1 per Preliminary, and can earn a
    maximum of 3 per week.
    5. While answering questions, answering incorrectly will automatically use up a Life
    Token. When this happens, that question will be viewed as correctly answered, and
    Governors are moved on to the next question.

    6. Midterm Life Tokens are only usable during the Midterm.

    Rewards
    1. Governors who answered correctly 5, 10, or 15 questions in total will earn rewards.
    On the 10th or 15th correct answers, there will be an alliance reward.
    2. Governors who answered correctly 15 questions in total (using a Life Token still
    counts) will be eligible to a corresponding portion of massive the Gems pool, and will
    qualify for that month’s “Peerless Scholar” Final Exam.

    Final Exam

    Start Time
    During the event, the Final Exam will take place on the last Saturday of each month at
    14:30 UTC. 

    • Participation Requirements •
    1. Governors only need to pass one Midterm in a month to qualify for the Final Exam.
    2. Governors can enter and wait at the answering panel 5 minutes before the start of
    the Final Exam, please be on time. If answering has already begun, then Governors
    can no longer enter the panel. 

    How To Play
    1. The Final Exam consists of 15 multiple choice questions that are on a timer.
    Governors must complete the selection of answers within the time limit. Selecting an
    incorrect answer or not selecting an answer on time will both be viewed as the wrong
    answer. Once an answer is selected, it cannot be changed.

    2. Questions 1 – 5 are on a 15 second timer, questions 6 – 10 are on a 12 second timer,
    and questions 11 – 15 are on a 10 second timer.
    3. When Governors no longer have a Life Token to use up, answering incorrectly will
    be viewed as being disqualified. After being disqualified they will receive their total
    rewards, and will be unable to receive a share from the Gems pool.
    4. When Governors qualify for the Final Exam, they will directly receive 3 Final Exam
    Life Tokens.
    5. While answering questions, answering incorrectly will automatically use up a Life
    Token. When this happens, that question will be viewed as correctly answered, and
    you are moved on to the next question.

    Rewards
    1. Governors who answered correctly 5, 10, or 15 questions in total will earn rewards.
    On the 10th or 15th correct answers, there will be an alliance reward.
    2. Governors who answered correctly 15 questions in total (using a Life Token still
    counts) will be eligible to a corresponding portion of the Gems pool.

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