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8th Oct '13 9:23:26 PM
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** Said blacksmith must have been an expert in the DayOldLegend!
29th May '13 12:39:02 PM
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** Clearly, you start with ancient metal.
11th Apr '13 7:47:11 PM
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* Uh, a question for the blacksmith who made the Peach Garden trio their weapons: how in the holy moon do you ''make'' 'ancient swords'?
11th May '12 5:18:23 AM
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** The way I looked at it, Cao Cao sort of made the right moves to counteract his weakness in naval warfare. He even wrote off an enemy fire attack because he knew the winds would only send the fire back onto their own fleet. Honestly, he lost because of the winds blowing in a different direction than he knew they would. Honestly, would you have foresaw that move either?
14th Apr '12 4:15:51 PM
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*** As importantly, Zhou Yu took action against the steps that Cao Cao ''did'' attempt to counteract these weaknesses, such as [[spoiler:his FeedTheMole plot to get Cao Cao's "local admirals" executed]], while the entire "chain the ships" plot was a reaction to the unfamiliarity of Cao Cao's northern troops with naval warfare.
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