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Conqueror: Greece
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Link: http://conqueror1.proboards.com
Game Statistics
Season: 1
Location: Greece
Filming Dates: October 19, 2011 - December 26, 2011
Players: 12
Conqueror: Plato
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Conqueror: Greece was a new game hosted in October 2011 with a completely new concept by Zeus (dust1330), the God of the Gods in Greece. It consisted of 12 players that played as characters from Ancient Greece. The main goal is to be the last player standing. Each round began with a 'Cursed Challenge' each hosted by a different God from Greece. The person who performed worst found themselves chained for execution. They were isolated in a cell for the rest of the round, unable to compete in anything. Then, there was the Emperor Challenge. Whoever came victorious were going to have some power for the round, but not before the Olympics Challenge was held. The Emperor then had to chain two more people for execution, but it couldn't be the Olympics Winner. Those two joined the cursed player in cells... until a meeting was called to decide who was going to be executed. All players except the chained ones and the Emperor had to vote for who was going to be executed.

Along the way, some competitions were no longer held due to the fewer amount of players, but at the end, it left two players who had to plead their case with an essay to the 10 people that they executed on why they deserve to Conquer Greece. The person with the most votes (one of the voters had a double vote) was declared Conqueror of Greece.


ConquerorsEdit

Contestants of Conqueror: Greece:
Conqueror Occupation Played By Finish
Plato Philosopher caiotresc Conqueror
Penthesilea Amazonian Queen drummelsmithjessica Runner-Up
Heracles Heroe michaelnsync 3rd
Alexander the Great Leader thiago-alvarez 4th
Euripides Playwright g07r0146 5th
Achilles Heroe emontgomery87 6th
Phidias Sculptor acousticgoodbye 7th
Pericles Leader survivorandy 8th
Socrates Philosopher bestmistake49 9th
Pandora Woman supergoten 10th
Narcissus Hunter zachary.levesque 11th
Helen of Troy Wife Breathexonxme 12th

Round 1Edit

LEFT IN THE GAME = Achilles, Alexander the Great, Euripides, Helen of Troy, Heracles, Narcissus, Pandora, Penthesilea, Pericles, Phidias, Plato, and Socrates.

DEMOCRACY CALL : When the game began, the players were asked to cast a secret vote for someone who would have a secret power. They were not allowed to talk about their vote to anyone in the game and it had to remain a secret for the rest of the game. That secret power will be a double vote at the final execution. Pandora won that power.

CURSE CHALLENGE : The first curse challenge was hosted by Apollo, the God of Prophecy. All players were shown 120 closed boxes and started with 10 points each. They could open one box every ten minutes and one box could contain between -10 and 10 points. They could open up to a maximum of 10 chests total. At the end of 24 hours, the player who had the worst score was cursed. The results were as follow :

1st Place : Penthesilea (26 points)
2nd Place : Pandora (25 points)
3rd Place : Heracles (22 points)
4th Place : Euripides (18 points)
5th Place : Socrates (15 points)
6th Place : Plato (11 points)
7th Place : Alexander the Great (11 points)
8th Place : Helen of Troy (10 points)
9th Place : Pericles (6 points)
10th Place : Achilles (4 points)
11th Place : Phidias (2 points)
12th Place : Narcissus (-12 points)

Because of his lowest score at the Curse Challenge, Narcissus was chained for execution.

EMPEROR CHALLENGE : The first emperor challenge, called 'Alphabet' was a collective story that had to be written. Each players had to add 3 more words to the story one after the other. A list of ten secret words related to Greece were worth points, so if one player used one of these secret words, he was gaining more points. The player with most points would be the Emperor. Phidias became the first Emperor.

OLYMPICS : The first Olympics was Javelin. They had one javelin each and had to throw it as far as they could. Results were as follow:

10th Place : Helen of Troy (0 meter - unjustified)
9th Place : Euripides (0 meter - justified)
8th Place : Plato (54 meters)
7th Place : Pericles (59 meters)
6th Place : Alexander the Great (65 meters)
5th Place : Penthesilea & Socrates (68 meters)
3rd Place : Heracles (76 meters)
2nd Place : Pandora (77 meters)
1st Place : Achilles (129 meters)

Achilles won the Olympics, so Phidias could not chain him for execution.

EMPEROR ANNOUNCEMENT : Phidias chained Helen of Troy and Plato for execution. He said his reasons were being that Helen of Troy wasn't active and Plato's was because of his overall competition performance.

EXECUTION : Narcissus, Helen of Troy and Plato plead their case as to why they should stay, and by a vote of 8-0, Helen of Troy was executed.

Round 2Edit

LEFT IN THE GAME = Achilles, Alexander the Great, Euripides, Heracles, Narcissus, Pandora, Penthesilea, Pericles, Phidias, Plato, and Socrates.

CURSE CHALLENGE : The second curse challenge was hosted by Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love. Each player was given five stone hearts. They were asked to secretly distribute these hearts to five different players besides themselves. They also had to leave a hitlist of 1-10 of who they loved/hated most. The person with the most heart would be safe first, and this person would then save the person on top of their hitlist, making it a chain of love, which will ultimately leave one person behind who will be cursed for receiving no love. They were saved in this order :

Most Hearts Received : Plato Plato saves : Alexander the Great Alexander the Great saves : Euripides Euripides saves : Phidias Phidias saves : Pericles Pericles saves : Achilles Achilles saves : Narcissus Narcissus saves : Socrates Socrates saves : Heracles Heracles saves : Pandora Left without love : Penthesilea

Being the player who received the least love, Penthesilea was cursed and chained for execution for this round.

EMPEROR CHALLENGE : The second Emperor challenge was called "The Pottery Collection" : All players were given a pottery with a different color in private. Their job was to figure out what color other player's pottery had. They were advised that answers would never be shown, but that their score would be shown, giving more room for lies. Plato had the most pottery right and became the Emperor.

OLYMPICS : The second olympics was Sprint. The player who ran the most laps would be the winner. Here were the results :

9th Place : Heracles (0 yard)
8th Place : Pericles (5 yards)
7th Place : Narcissus (1 Lap)
6th Place : Pandora (1.5 Lap)
5th Place : Euripides (2 Laps)
4th Place : Achilles & Alexander the Great (4 Laps)
2nd Place : Socrates (4.7 Laps)
1st Place : Phidias (5.05 Laps)

Phidias won the Olympics, so Plato could not chain him for execution.

EMPEROR ANNOUNCEMENT : Plato chained Narcisuss and Socrates for execution. He did not give his reasons in public. These two joined Penthesilea in the dungeons.

EXECUTION : Penthesilea, Narcissus and Socrates were on the execution block, and by a vote of 7 for Narcissus to 1 for Socrates, Narcissus was executed.

Round 3Edit

LEFT IN THE GAME = Achilles, Alexander the Great, Euripides, Heracles, Pandora, Penthesilea, Pericles, Phidias, Plato, and Socrates.

CURSE CHALLENGE : The third curse challenge was hosted by Hades, the God of the Underworld. All players were suspended to a rope, holding for dear life. Whoever fell ... would be taken care of by the Hades from the Underworld! Penthesilea's fingers slid through the rope and she ended up cursed for the second time in a row. She got locked in the dungeons until execution.

EMPEROR CHALLENGE : The third emperor challenge was called "The Medallions". Each player had to hide their own medallion, players would then have to find these medallions. Everytime one player's medallion was found, their holder would be eliminated from the competition, until one remains. Here were the results:

1st Out : Achilles
2nd Out : Pandora
3rd Out : Phidias
4th Out : Heracles
5th Out : Alexander the Great
6th Out : Plato
7th Out : Euripides
8th Out : Pericles

Socrates became the Emperor for the round.

OLYMPICS : The third Olympics was long jumping. There were 7 rounds of long jumping. Each round, the person that jumped the shortest was eliminated until one player remained. They had to pick in advance how many feet they would jump for each of these round and sent it to me in private. They had a maximum of 50 feet to distribute on each rounds. Here were the results :

8th Place : Achilles
7th Place : Pericles
6th Place : Alexander the Great
5th Place : Heracles
4th Place : Phidias
3rd Place : Pandora
2nd Place : Euripides
1st Place : Plato

Plato won the Olympics, so Socrates could not chain him for execution.

EMPEROR ANNOUNCEMENT : Socrates chained Euripides and Pandora for execution.

EXECUTION : Penthesilea, Euripides and Pandora plead their case as to why they should stay, and by a vote of 4-1-1, Pandora was executed.

Round 4Edit

LEFT IN THE GAME = Achilles, Alexander the Great, Euripides, Heracles, Penthesilea, Pericles, Phidias, Plato, and Socrates.

CURSE CHALLENGE : The fourth curse challenge was hosted by Poseidon, the God of Seas. Players were given a challenge that they had 24 hours to finish. They all had access to one common source of water, that was only full every ten minutes... for only ONE person at a time! So it was a race every ten minutes to get that water. At the end of the 24 hours, the person with the least water collected would be cursed. Here were the results :

1st Place : Socrates, with 21 buckets.
2nd Place : Phidias, with 14 buckets.
3rd Place : Penthesilea, with 13 buckets.
4th Place : Euripides, with 9 buckets.
5th Place : Achilles, with 8 buckets.
6th Place : Plato, with 6 buckets.
6th Place : Alexander the Great, with 6 buckets.
8th Place : Heracles, with 4 buckets.
Last Place : Pericles, with 1 bucket.

Poseidon punished Pericles for collecting the least water and was locked in the dungeons until execution.

EMPEROR CHALLENGE : The fourth Emperor Challenge was called "Architecture". They were given the puzzle of a temple to assemble, and the first to finish would be crown the emperor. Plato finished it first and became Emperor for the round.

OLYMPICS : The fourth Olympics was Discus Throw. They had to throw a discus as far as they could, and each round the person to throw the shortest would be eliminated. Here were the results

1st Out = Phidias
2nd Out = Heracles
3rd Out = Achilles
4th Out = Euripides
5th Out = Socrates
6th Out = Alexander the Great

Penthesilea won the Olympics, so Plato could not chain her for execution.

EMPEROR ANNOUNCEMENT : Plato chained Achilles and Socrates for execution, for being worried about them coming after him had they won, and being strong in challenges.

EXECUTION : Pericles, Achilles and Socrates plead their case as to why they should stay, and by a vote of 3 Socrates and 2 Achilles, Socrates was executed.

Round 5Edit

LEFT IN THE GAME = Achilles, Alexander the Great, Euripides, Heracles, Penthesilea, Pericles, Phidias, and Plato.

CURSE CHALLENGE : The fifth curse challenge was hosted by the Goddess of Harvest, Demeter. She immediately announced them a surprise : Two people would be cursed this time! For this competition, they were divided in two groups randomly, one being : Alexander the Great, Pericles, Phidias and Plato... and the other group being : Achilles, Euripides, Heracles and Penthesilea. They had to gather as many berries as they could and put them in their basket. The person from each group to collect the least would be cursed. To collect 1 berry, they had to post the picture of a berry. To gather 100 berries, they had to post a grape, but it had to be collected at an accurate :00 or :30 time. Here were the results :

-TEAM 1-
Phidias : 1,391 berries.
Plato : 960 berries.
Pericles : 730 berries.
Alexander the Great : 367 berries.

-TEAM 2-
Achilles : 2,712 berries.
Penthesilea : 2,350 berries.
Heracles : 1,634 berries.
Euripides : 953 berries.

Demeter punished Alexander the Great and Euripides for collecting the least berries and locked them in dungeons.

EMPEROR CHALLENGE : The fifth Emperor challenge was called "Brain Teasing". They had a sliding puzzle to complete in the shortest amount of time, and with a very close result between three people, Achilles became the new Emperor!

OLYMPICS : The fifth Olympics was Archery. They participated in a private session one player at a time. They were shown a picture with different colored targets on it, they had to paint a dot of the same color in each target in the fastest time possible. The three best players moved on to a final round. Phidias finished the first round in 1:54, Heracles finished in 1:44, and Penthesilea/Pericles/Plato respectively finished in 1:35/1:14/1:26! These last three moved on the final round, that had smaller targets, so more difficult. Pericles finished it in 1:31, and Plato in 1:19. Penthesilea cut him short with 1:18 and won the Olympics.

Penthesilea won the Olympics, so Achilles could not chain her for execution.

EMPEROR ANNOUNCEMENT : Achilles chained Pericles and Plato for execution. He said his reasons were being that Plato put him on the block the round before, and that Pericles might put him on the block in the future.

EXECUTION : Alexander the Great, Euripides, Pericles and Plato plead their case as to why they should stay, and by a vote of 2 Pericles versus 1 Plato, Pericles was executed.

Round 6Edit

LEFT IN THE GAME = Achilles, Alexander the Great, Euripides, Heracles, Penthesilea, Phidias, and Plato.

CURSE CHALLENGE : The sixth curse challenge was hosted by Dionysus, the God of Wine. All players had an empty keg... and they had to watch a table during 24 hours. At any random time, there would be glasses of wine appearing, and you would have to gather it, and put it in your keg. The first player would get more wine than the second, and that one more than the third one, and so on until the last person gets no wine left to add on their keg. At the end of the 24 hours, the player with least wine collected would be cursed. Here were the results :

1st Place : Achilles, with 161 lbs of Wine.
2nd Place : Penthesilea, with 140 lbs of Wine.
3rd Place : Plato, with 105 lbs of Wine.
4th Place : Phidias, with 86 lbs of Wine.
5th Place : Alexander the Great, with 75 lbs of Wine.
6th Place : Heracles, with 55 lbs of Wine.
7th Place : Euripides, with 36 lbs of Wine.

Dionysus punished Euripides for not collecting more Wine than others, so he was locked in the dungeons, potentially facing execution.

EMPEROR CHALLENGE : The sixth Emperor Challenge was called "The Zinc Coins". They had to stack zinc coins on a stick every minute, and if one fall, they are eliminated, until one player remains and become Emperor. Plato became Emperor for being the last one standing.

OLYMPICS : The sixth Olympics was Horse Racing. Each player were responsible for moving their horse on a picture, with the goal to be first to arrive at the finish line. Here were the placings :

5th Place : Penthesilea
4th Place : Alexander the Great
3rd Place : Phidias
2nd Place : Heracles
1st Place : Achilles

Achilles won the Olympics, so Plato could not chain him for execution.

EMPEROR ANNOUNCEMENT : Plato chained Phidias and Heracles for execution.

EXECUTION : Euripides, Heracles and Phidias plead their case as to why they should stay, and by a vote of 2 Phidias versus 1 Heracles, Phidias was executed.

Round 7Edit

LEFT IN THE GAME = Achilles, Alexander the Great, Euripides, Heracles, Penthesilea, and Plato.

CURSE CHALLENGE : The seventh curse challenge was hosted by Athena, the Goddess of Wisdom. She threw the players into a maze race competition. The worst time would be punished for being the weakest. Here were the results:

1st Place : Penthesilea, with 5:59
2nd Place : Achilles, with 6:08
3rd Place : Heracles, with 6:18
4th Place : Plato, with 6:38
5th Place : Euripides, with 7:46
6th Place : Alexander the Great, with 9:01

Alexander the Great was put on the execution block for being the weakest.

EMPEROR CHALLENGE : The seventh Emperor Challenge was called "Arithmetics", each player were given a tablet to calculate... and they were given equations. The first player to finish it would have the opportunity to eliminate another player, until one remains and gets crowned as Emperor. Here were the results :

1st Round : Plato wins and takes out Achilles.
2nd Round : Heracles wins and takes out Euripides.
3rd Round : Plato wins and takes out Penthesilea.
Final Round : Heracles wins and becomes Emperor for the round.

OLYMPICS : The seventh Olympics challenge was Wrestling. They were dueling each other, one and one, and the two winners would battle in a final duel. During the duel, both would be given a set of 9 letters, that can be used once by the both of them. They had to scream as many letters as they could (one letter at a time), but it could only be letters that the opponent hasn't already screamed, and the player that screamed the most out of the nine would win the battle. Here were the results :

Penthesilea vs. Achilles : Penthesilea wins. Euripides vs. Plato : Plato wins. Penthesilea vs. Plato : Plato wins.

Plato won the Olympics, so Heracles could not chain him for execution.

EMPEROR ANNOUNCEMENT : Heracles chained Achilles and Euripides for execution because he spoke to them least, he said.

EXECUTION : Alexander the Great, Achilles and Euripides plead their case as to why they should stay, and by a vote of 2-0-0, Achilles was executed.

Round 8Edit

LEFT IN THE GAME = Alexander the Great, Euripides, Heracles, Penthesilea, and Plato.

CURSE CHALLENGE : The eighth curse challenge was hosted by Ares, the God of War. For 24 hours, players could "attack" one other player every 5 minutes. At the end, the two people who were least attacked would be safe, and the three remaining player were moved to a final battle among them. Heracles and Penthesilea were safe for respectively receiving 14 and 0 hits. Alexander the Great (29 hits)/Euripides (29 hits)/Plato (27 hits) moved to a final battle, where they had to shout "I am warrior" the most in a limited amount of time. Plato and Alexander the Great were safe, and Euripides was cursed for not participating.

EMPEROR CHALLENGE : The eighth Emperor Challenge was called "Observation", they were shown a 4x4 grid that contained random pairs of symbols. They had to match them in the fastest time possible. Penthesilea matched them first and became the Emperor for the round.

OLYMPICS : It was the final Olympics, and they competed in a Pentathlon. There were five parts to this challenge, and winning in each part would give one point to the winner. Each part were a segment from previous Olympics Challenges. Here were the winners of each part:

Wrestling : Heracles
Discus Throw : Plato
Sprinting : Heracles
Long Jumping : Heracles
Javelin : -Not played-

Heracles won the Olympics, so Penthesilea could not chain him for execution.

EMPEROR ANNOUNCEMENT : Penthesilea chained Alexander the Great for execution. He joined Euripides in the dungeons.

EXECUTION : Euripides and Alexander the Great plead their case as to why they should stay, and by a vote of 1-1, Penthesilea was forced to execute one of them two, and she picked to execute Euripides. Then, Euripides was executed.

Round 9Edit

LEFT IN THE GAME = Alexander the Great, Heracles, Penthesilea, and Plato.

CURSE CHALLENGE : The ninth curse challenge was hosted by Artemis, the Goddess of Hunting. Three birds were hidden on password protected boards, and the first three to find them and bring them back would be safe. The one without a bird would be punished by Artemis and be put in dungeons. The passwords were a number between 1 and 50,000, and once in a while, a clue would help the players to make them search less. Four hours after the challenge began, Penthesilea found a bird first. Two hours later, Heracles found the second one... And the last one was found by Plato, four hours later, leaving Alexander the Great with nothing. Artemis punished him and put him on the execution block.

EMPEROR CHALLENGE : The ninth emperor challenge was called "Repetition" : The challenge was a repeat of ALL previous emperor challenges, in smaller segments, and each of these segments would earn players points. The player with the most points at the end would be the Emperor. Heracles won this competition.

EMPEROR ANNOUNCEMENT : Heracles chained Plato for execution. He joined Alexander the Great in the dungeons.

EXECUTION : Alexander the Great and Plato plead their case as to why they should stay, and by a vote of 1-0, Alexander the Great was executed.

Round 10Edit

LEFT IN THE GAME = Heracles, Penthesilea, and Plato.

CURSE CHALLENGE : The final curse challenge was hosted by Zeus, the God of the Gods and Goddesses. Zeus was waiting on top of a cliff, where the final emperor challenge would be hosted, but he only allows two of the players to compete in it. So the first two to climb will make it, and the third one will be in dungeons for the rest of the round. Zeus was throwing lightnings from time to time, and players had 12 "chances". They had to be one of the first two to move away (third = -1 chance), or throw another player under the lightning (harder to do, but -2 chances for that person) First to lose all their chances... is cursed! Penthesilea was cursed for losing all her chances first, so she was locked in the dungeons.

EMPEROR CHALLENGE : The final Emperor Challenge was called "Timeline". They were both [Plato & Heracles] given a hourglass, that could last just one minute. They had to constantly spin that hourglass so that it never runs out of glass, or they would have TIME PENALTIES. During that time, they had to class 20 cubes in chronological order. They all represented an event that happened in the game. First person to finish that puzzle correctly would be the final Emperor. It was Plato who finished it first.

EXECUTION : Heracles & Penthesilea were automatically on the execution block, so they plead their case as to why they should stay, and Plato decided to execute Heracles. Then, Heracles was executed.

Final RoundEdit

LEFT IN THE GAME = Penthesilea, and Plato.

EXECUTION : For the final execution, Penthesilea & Plato entered the Court of Greece... where the ten previously executed players where waiting for them. They were the ones who were going to decide who would win in a vote, and Pandora had a double vote that she earned in the beginning of the game. Before anything, the last two remaining players had to write an essay on why they deserve to be the Conqueror of Greece. Here were their essay :

PlatoEssay

PenthesileaEssay

After they wrote these essays, they were given to the fallen, whom analysed it, then confronted them about their game, and they finally casted their vote for a winner. Plato defeated Penthesilea in a 8-3 vote. Penthesilea was executed. Plato became the Conqueror of Greece.

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