LoGD Message of the Day (MoTD)
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Happy Birthday to all our July members.
Renegade Time Lord @@@2017-07-02 00:17:29
July

2nd Davina
2nd Starrina
3rd Dan/John Cena
6th Redungeon
6th Luna/Sienna/Vanessa
8th Dracos
12th Khalissa
13th Tomanius
15th Isegrimm
18th Akasha/Katia
22nd HunterD
23rd Kinyue
25th Krystaline
27th GhostlyLite
30th BellaElisabeth

Welcome New Players! To Alijerer!!
Renegade Time Lord @@@2017-06-27 23:23:14
Welcome to Alierer !
IF you are a new player not only will you Receive a Gift of
2,000,000 gold 50,000 gems on Entry!! 

But you can Also Transfer your Hard earned Dks!! (Dragon Kills ) you had earned from another Rpg site.

Simply Petition your Stats from your player stats . And name of the site .

We will be using a  limited scale
 5 to 1 ratio. Ex.: 100 dks on one site could start out someone here at 20. 200 on other site means 40 here. 300 on other means 60 here and so on.

If on the other site, you have less than 100 (dragon kill), we'll transfer 100% of your other kills to Aljerer. (you'll still have the other site to play as well, but you'll be given a boost in the Realm of Dreams!!!!)

This offer shall continue over the course of the Summer of 2017!
Again welcome to Alijerer we hope you enjoy your stay with us

New ranking system--dragonkills
Archimandrite Artio Camalus @@@2017-06-22 15:11:09
Legend of Aljerer is adopting a new ranking system to be displayed in you title/name.

YoM Time Lord to get your symbols added to your title.

Dragon Kill Symbols:

+---100 dks
++---200 dks
+++---300 dks
++++---400 dks
@---500 dks
@@---1,000 dks
@@@---1,500 dks
@@@@---2,000 dks
< >---2,500 dk
<< >>---5,000 dks
~ ~---10,000 dks


italics and bold lettering is reserved for STAFF only


No other symbols or punctuation marks will be allowed


Aljerian Wallaby--June 2017
Renegade Time Lord @@@2017-06-21 07:41:05
Birthdays for June


5th Aspen (new member)
6th Nessa
6th OedipaMaas
15th Azalea Rose
15th Supermaster
16th Darkwings
25th Dragonrider/Mike


Pun of the Month


Leaving myself out of my own photo was selfie-facing.


Owen McMahon - New Zealand


Joke of the Month


TEACHER AND STUDENT
Teacher: Whoever answers my next question, can go home.

One boy throws his bag out the window.

Teacher: Who just threw that?

Boy: Me, and now I’m going home.


Poem of the Month


LESSONS
© Jeremiah E. Fanjul
Published on January 10, 2017


There's beauty in struggle,
There's feeling in pain.
For every painstaking mistake,
There are lessons you can name.


No one is excluded
From life's many trials,
Not even a scrape on the knee
From an innocent child.


It's true, most lessons do hurt.
Some more than others,
Some short and temporary,
Some smothering with suffering.


Some beautiful with love,
Like a baby and mother.
Some are a constant battle,
Like sister and brother.


There are lessons we must learn
About how to love one another.


AUSTRALIAN PRE-HISTORY---cont.

17th CENTURY

1606

The first European sightings of Australia were made by a Dutchman called Willem Janszoon on the Duyfken (Little Dove). Janszoon sailed into the Australian waters charting 300 km of the coast on the journey. Janszoon also met with the Aboriginal people on the journey. Janszoon was the first recorded European to achieve such feats. Later that year Louis Vaez de Torres sailed through the Torres Strait, named after himself. Both Captains have been recorded as having sighted the Cape York Peninsula.

1642

Dutch explorer, Abel Tasman's, first journey to Australia. It was in 1644 that Abel Tasman established that Australia was made up of four coasts North, West, East and South. The Australian state of Tasmania was named after this famous explorer.


18th CENTURY

1770

Captain Cook (actually a lieutenant at this time), lands in Botany Bay on the Eastern side of Australia in the ship named HM Bark Endeavour. and claims New South Wales for Britain.

1788

The First Fleet arrives at Sydney Cove under Captain Arthur Phillip to establish the first settlement in Australia. This was to be a penal colony - Sydney was founded. The date of his arrival, 26 January, went on to mark Australia Day.

Interesting fact:
@ Wild and Crazy Witch Evily Sweet2017-06-18 13:04:37
Today is Fathers day in the United States. It is celebrated on the 3rd Sunday of June. This usually falls right around the summer solstice.

Australia's Father's Day is usually celebrated on the 1st Sunday of September.


So, Aljerer staff wishes all the Fathers in the world a wonderful day filled with love and joy!

From the control room of the TARDIS
Renegade Time Lord @@@2017-06-14 20:08:47
Birthdays


Starting with July Birthdays, we will be offering 'special' birthday gifts of gold, gems, and donation points to our members. Inside the forum, located near the bottom left under the staff list, we have a birthday list. If your name and birthday isn't in this list, sned me (Time Lord) a yom with your character name and birthdate so we can update our lists.

Gifts


For members having birthdays, you will receive:

5,000,000 gold

50,000 gems

5,000 donation points


If your name isn't in our list, we won't know to award you the gifts. So make sure you check to see if you are in the list.

Thank you,
Time Lord
Senior Administrator/Co-Owner

Brain Puzzle
Renegade Time Lord @@@2017-05-30 21:47:42
Small Cards Placed In Order


Take the ace through 10 from a deck of cards. Deal the ace face down on the table, put the 2 at the bottom of the pile you are holding, deal the 3, put the 4 on the bottom, and so on until all the cards are dealt.
Naturally the cards on the table are not in numerical order.
What order should you start with, top to bottom, to end with the cards on the table from ace to 10 with the 10 on top?

I will give you till May 31st to give me the correct answer. You can discuss with other members in Time Lords Riddle Contest Corner, but don't put the answer there. If you think you know the answer, send me a YoMail with the subject line 'PUZZLE ANSWER'.


No one answered the Brain puzzle. I guess I did make it pretty difficult


Anyway here is the answer to it


The first deal described produces this sequence on the table, with the 4 on top:


1,3,5,7,9,2,6,10,8,4.


Since the 4 is tenth, put the 10 fourth from the top as you form a new pile of cards. The 8 is i ninth, so put the 9 eighth, and so on. The new pile, from top down, will now be in the desired order:


1,6,2,10,3,7,4,9,5,8.


Good Luck,
Time Lord
Riddle Master

Player of the Month--May 2017
Renegade Time Lord @@@2017-05-30 21:42:43
New Player of the Month for May 2017




Caress


She has been place on the Field of Honor in Aljerer City


She is awarded 2,000,000 gold, 25,000 gems, & 2,500 donation points, as well as a blue ribbon in her achievements this month


Aljerian Wallaby--May 2017

Renegade Time Lord @@@2017-05-01 21:37:21
PUN OF THE MONTH


Weight loss pills stolen this morning - police say suspects are still at large.

Ryan Gauger



JOKE OF THE MONTH


I WISH I WAS RICH.


A genie came to me and asked, "What's your first wish?"

I answered, "I wish I was rich!"

Then the genie said, "What's your second wish, Rich?"



Australian History


EARLY HISTORY---50,000 BC


The first settlers are thought to have arrived around 50,000 years ago. This would have most likely been at a time when the sea levels were low, the land was more humid and animals larger.
Although much of Australia became populated, the central dry areas didn't attract settlers until around 25,000 years ago. The population grew proportionately quicker around 10,000 years ago as the climate improved.
At the time of British settlement at Sydney Cove it is estimated that 300,000 aboriginal people, speaking around 250 languages inhabited Australia.
On arrival, finding no obvious political structure, the Europeans took the land as their own. The Indigenous people were driven out of their homes and many killed. Various new European diseases spread rapidly amongst the indigenous people, killing many. The introduction of feral and domestic animals contributed to the destruction of natural habitats.
During the early part of the 20th century legislation's were passed to segregate and protect Aboriginals. This involved restrictions on where they could live and work and families being broken up.
After World War II, assimilation became the governments aim. All rights were taken away from the Aboriginals and attempts made to 'Europeanized' them.
During the 1960's the legislation was reviewed and the Federal Government passed legislation for all Aboriginals to be given citizen status. However, it wasn't until 1972 that the indigenous people were given back limited rights to their own land. The situation has been steadily improving for Australia's Indigenous people, although many feel more needs to be done.

Player of the Month
Renegade Time Lord @@@2017-05-01 20:31:43
Player of the month



Aegnor


This member will be placed in the field o Honor in Aljerer City


Go to the nav in Aljerer City to Congratulate him



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