for my fellow history ners
It's really interesting to try and conceive the scale of this kind of undertaking without modern equipment.
@ThePandaPool , im imagining a bunch of foot soldiers scrambling along a beach pulling sand from the back of the beach and runnni g and throwing it into the tide just to immediately run back for more sand
@ThePandaPool , *holds hands up* Aliens
@that1german, that's how Rome really fell, the aliens stopped backing them?
@ThePandaPool , Same as building the pyramid. Instead of dollars the toll was in human lives.
@ThePandaPool , no. It more or less started declining after the assassination of Julius Caesar by Roman senators......who were aliens
*ships sailing towards man-made peninsula*
Tyre, what are you doing?
"I'm going to sail Fire Ships into your seige towers and burn it all to the ground!"
He’ll be too Tyred to fight him by the time he builds a peninsula.
Finn MacCool and Banandonner talk shît to each other across the Irish Sea, circa 3500BCE
It’s funny because of the F word.
Did he succeed?
@megamanx181x, of course he did
@chickee fella, really??? That’s some dedication
@megamanx181x, read about the siege of Troy. It lasted about 6 months and most of the people were killed or sold off into slavery. One of the accomplishments that earned Alexander the title The Great
@chickee fella, indeed he was