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@ I have cursorily checked all posts up to and including question page 671+ and answer page 1821+

They all (almost all) appear to have received a satisfactory answer.

 (That doesn't mean that there can't be errors of course - no answer comes with guarantees!

 

I DID LEAVE A COUPLE OF QUESTIONS ON THIS PAGE FOR SOMEONE ELSE TO ANSWER.  

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I encourage everyone to read the "End of Day Wrap"  It is how I communicate with the forum and sometimes it contains important information.

All the old wraps can be accessed.  They are in a Sticky Thread which are located in the bottom right hand corner of most pages.

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Today's Wrap can be accessed directly. It is at the following address:

 

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/all-questions-answered-to-this-point#r278

 

Thanks everyone,

                                                    ♬ ♬ MELODY ♬ ♬

 

Previous Wrap Lantern;

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/lantern-thread-the-end-of-day-wrap-is-written-sat-6-9-14

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Melody  Sep 7, 2014

Best Answer 

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Thank you to all my valiant army for doing such a magnificent job of protecting camelot!

Queen Guinevere.

Melody  Sep 8, 2014
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Um... Melody. I read the daily wrap everyday.

i try to solve them, btw.

DragonSlayer554  Sep 7, 2014
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I like reading them... Thanks Melody!

DragonSlayer554  Sep 7, 2014
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What do you mean "you try to solve them"?

I didn't know that they needed solving. 

Melody  Sep 7, 2014
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Every math question needs solving, Melody.

DragonSlayer554  Sep 8, 2014
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I am glad that you read my wrap but a wrap is not a question.   It is usually just information 

Melody  Sep 8, 2014
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I read them cause they are awesome!

DragonSlayer554  Sep 8, 2014
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Thanks Dragon :)

Melody  Sep 8, 2014
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you are always welcome, my queen! I shall now go forth to battle!

DragonSlayer554  Sep 8, 2014
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With my fiercest, bravest transformer at the helm how can Camelot's great army not win!

Go forth and protect this magical land.

The lady of the Land

Queen Guinevere.

Melody  Sep 8, 2014
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We can see the enemy crumble! I use my cloaking shield to get past the defenses. Then I will attack from behind my enemy, and have surprise attacks every second, and fight them in a spiraling fashion, my awesome queen. Now we would win, I guess.

DragonSlayer554  Sep 8, 2014
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DS' spiral skill deals 60 + 5*x damage where x = STR or strength points. Suppose, DS has 6 str points and is heading towards a creature that has 500 HP. Ignoring the defence, shield, & resistance of the creature, will DS k**l the creature with 1 spiral skill? If not, how many spiral skills will be required?

AzizHusain  Sep 8, 2014
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1 spiral skill = 90 STR

It will take me 6 spiral skills to k**l the creature.

i have spotted that the enemy has war planes. We are starting to lose the war!...

DragonSlayer554  Sep 8, 2014
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220 were killed! ITCZ almost got killed but I saved him from an elite.

DragonSlayer554  Sep 8, 2014
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Thank you to all my valiant army for doing such a magnificent job of protecting camelot!

Queen Guinevere.

Melody  Sep 8, 2014
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We have to stop battling! It is too cruel for us and the enemies!

DragonSlayer554  Sep 8, 2014
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It is noble to make a truce!

Melody  Sep 8, 2014

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