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The Lyceum of Wisdom is a useful building in Rise of Kingdoms that allows you to participate in a quiz minigame in which you can earn prizes.
We highly recommend participating in this minigame, as the rewards can help you progress faster through the game.
In this guide, we give you all the information you need on the Lyceum of Wisdom, as well as all Peerless Scholar questions and answers to help you in the quiz.
Table of Contents
- All Peerless Scholar quiz questions and answers
- What is the Lyceum of Wisdom
- How to participate in the Peerless Scholar quiz and rewards
All Peerless Scholar quiz questions and answers
The essence of the Lyceum of Wisdom and the Peerless Scholar quiz located inside is to answer questions correctly.
As the questions in this quiz revolve around not only the game but also history in general, some players have trouble answering some of them.
To help you out, we’ve gathered and created the following list of all the questions and their respective answers from the Peerless Scholar quiz.
The questions below are ordered in alphabetical order, but we recommend using the search feature at the top of the table to quickly filter through the questions.
If you face any new questions in the game that have yet to be added to our list, please let us know in the comment section below.
Updated as of the 12th of April 2023.
|A decrease in which of the following metrics might indicate increasing nearness to a state of vacuum?||Air pressure|
|According to the tale of the She-wolf in Roman mythology, what came of the twins she nurtured, Romulus and Remus?||Romulus became the founder and the first king of Rome|
|Advantages of Johannes Gutenberg’s printing press include all of the following except||Increase in church power|
|After a Venus Flytrap catches an insect, how does it digest and absorb the prey?||The inner flaps of the leaves secrete a digestive fluid|
|After its foundation in the 6th century BCE, which institution of the Roman Republic served as a consultative parliament?||The Senate|
|A human fingernail is made of what?||Alpha-keratin|
|Ancient Egyptian history spans how many kingdoms?||3 - Old, Middle, New|
|Apart from "Number of Scouts" and "Power", which of the following Scout Camp parameters can also be upgraded?||Scout March Speed and Exploration Range|
|Apart from "Times You Can Be Helped" and "Power", which of the following Alliance Center parameters can also be upgraded?||Reinforcement Troop Capacity|
|Ashoka the Great was the king of which Ancient Indian kingdom?||Maurya|
|Ashoka the great was the king of which ancient kingdom?||Maurya Dynasty|
|At which VIP level do you permanently unlock a second building queue?||Level 6|
|Before leading the biggest slave rebellion of Ancient Rome, what was Spartacus?||Gladiator|
|Big Ben is located in which of the following countries?||United Kingdom|
|Broccoli is rich in which Vitamin?||Vitamin C|
|By what other name is October also known under Japan’s old calendar?||Kannazuki|
|Cactus spines are actually a modified form of which other part of the plant?||Leaves|
|Charles Macintosh crafted a very early version of a raincoat from which material?||Rubber|
|China’s crosstalk sketch comedy format originates in three places: Tianqiao in Beijing, the Quanty Bazaar in Tianjin and where in Nanjing?||Fuzimiao|
|China’s Temple of Heaven was built during the reign of which emperor?||The Yongle Emperor (Zhu Di)|
|Combat tactics is an important military technology – what effect does it have?||Increase attack to all units|
|Darwin's las book primarily discussed which species' influence on soil?||Earthworms|
|During China’s Warring States Period, which state defeated the other six and built the unified Chinese empire?||Qin|
|During the Renaissance, why was Florence significant?||Birthplace of the Renaissance|
|During the Second Punic War, in which battle did a vastly outnumbered Hannibal defeat a Roman army?||The Battle of Cannae|
|During the Trojan War, which Greek warrior killed Hector?||Achilles|
|During which emperor's reign was the Roman Colosseum completed?||Titus|
|During which season are nights relatively short and days relatively long?||Summer|
|Edward VIII became King of England in January 1936. Later in the same year, in which month did he give up the throne?||December|
|Egypt’s economy was primarily based on what?||Agriculture|
|Egyptians made paper from which material?||Papyrus|
|Elbe day was the meeting of which two armies during World War II?||USA and USSR|
|Elder brother of Zeus||Poseidon|
|Equipment with special talent bonuses will have their attributes enhanced by what percentage when equipped to a commander with the corresponding talent?||30%|
|Eyeglasses are composed of quartz, sand, and what?||Petroleum|
|First created in Ancient Greece, to which profession does Hippocratic oath apply?||Doctors|
|First general of the Edo shogunate?||Tokugawa Ieyasu|
|For which disease did Edward Jenner, known as the father of immunology, develop a vaccine ?||Smallpox|
|Founder of Edo Bakufu?||Tokugawa Ieyasu|
|France and Germany were both once part of what feudal Kingdom?||Francia|
|French National Day is on July 14 in order to coincide with which historical event?||Storming of the Bastille|
|From the 17th to 19th centuries, the Kingdom of Prussia was mostly in which modern country?||Germany|
|From the 8th to the 11th century CE, what did Europeans frequently call the Scandinavian invaders who frequently ravaged their lands?||Vikings|
|Galileo’s Leaning Tower of Pisa experiment overturned a theory of which Ancient Greek scientists?||Aristotle|
|Held in 1929, how long did the first Academy Awards ("Oscars") ceremony take?||15 minutes|
|Henry I took the throne of Englnd in the year 1100 after which relative died?||His Brother|
|Hieroglyphs were part of which country’s formal writing system?||Ancient Egypt|
|Homer’s ‘The Iliad’ focuses on events happening during which war or battle?||The Trojan War|
|How did Saladin change the Middle East?||Palestine|
|How do you get Alliance Technology credits?||By donating to the Alliance|
|How long does the “Basic Army Expansion” boost last?||4 hours|
|How long does the item Builder Recruitment last?||2 days|
|How many action points can a governor have?||1000|
|How many bones does an adult human have?||206|
|How many daily Activity Points do you need in “Lucerne Scrolls” to claim the Daily Gift clue reward?||50|
|How many Elite Commanders are there in the game?||5|
|How many fingers does the cartoon character mickey mouse have on each hand?||4|
|How many floors is Shanghai Jin Mao Tower?||88|
|How many items of the same quality should I equip to complete “Ready For Battle”?||6|
|How many letters are used in today’s version of English?||26|
|How many olympic gold medals did African-American Jesse Owens win in 1936?||4|
|How many phases are there in The Mightiest Governor event?||5|
|How many pieces of normal iron ore must be combined to make a piece of Advanced iron ore?||4|
|How many reward chests are awarded for reaching 60 daily activity points?||3|
|How many Scouts can the Scout Camp hold at once?||3|
|How many separate khanates or empires had the Mongol Empire fractured into by the time of Kublai's death in 1294?||4|
|How many times can you be helped if your alliance center is level 14?||18|
|How many times can you receive alliance help if your alliance center is level 25?||30|
|how many times is the character 1 used when you write from numbers 1 to number 99?||20|
|How many troops can governors send with a Level 17 City Hall or above?||4|
|How many VIP points can you buy with 200 gems?||200|
|How much will an Enhanced Attack (Advanced) item increase your attack?||10%|
|How much will an Enhanced Gathering item increase your gathering speed?||50%|
|How often is the fifa world cup held?||Every four years|
|How was the Gutenberg Bible put into mass production?||Movable type printing press|
|If a man with type AB blood and a woman with type B blood have a baby, which of the following statements would be incorrect?||It could have type O blood|
|In 1998, the 16th FIFA World Cup was held in which country?||France|
|In ancient Egypt, which of the following was NOT a privilege of being a 'Scribe'?||Exempt from paying medical expenses if sick|
|In ancient Greece which philosopher liked to discuss ideas on a street which then got the name “Peripatetic School”?||Aristotle|
|In ancient Greek mythology, who was Hermes’ father?||Zeus|
|In ancient Greek mythology, who was the wife of Hades, the king of the underworld?||Persephone|
|In Ark of Osiris which speedup can be used?||Healing Speed Up|
|In Ark of Osiris, how many teleports does the first alliance to occupy an obelisk earn?||8|
|In Ark of Osiris, where are you supposed to take the Ark?||Escort the Ark to a non-enemy building|
|In China’s Han Dynasty, who opened the Silk Road on the orders of Emperor Wu?||Zhang Qian|
|In Golden Kingdom, how many passes do you need to clear to get a Golden Chest?||4 passes|
|In Greek mythlogy, which hero quested for the golden fleece?||Jason|
|In Greek mythology, to whom did Paris the prince of troy give golden apple inscribed with to the most beautiful goddess?||Aphrodite|
|In Greek mythology, what is the Goddess Eos known as?||Goddess of the Dawn|
|In Greek Mythology, what is the relationship between Zeus and Hermes?||Father and son|
|In Greek mythology, what was Achilles' only weak point?||His heel|
|In Greek mythology, what was the name of Hades' 3-headed dog which guarded the gates of the Underworld||Cerberus|
|In Morse code, what is the length in dots between two words?||7|
|In most cases, what kind of mosquitoes will drink animal blood?||Female mosquitos|
|In most cases, which kind of lion has a mane?||Adult male|
|In Norse Mythology, what variety of trees was the World Tree?||Ash|
|In Norse mythology, who does the hammer Mjolnir belong to?||Thor|
|In Norse mythology, who wielded the weapon Gungnir?||Odin|
|In ROK, the Hwarang is which civilization’s special unit?||Korea|
|In RoK, the Throwing Axeman is which civilization’s special unit?||France|
|In Russian history, what nickname was the first Tzar given for their tyranny?||Ivan the Terrible|
|In the Commander View page , what buff do commanders acting as a "Charge Captain" get?||+1% Rally Attack & Rally Troop March Speed|
|In the Commander View page , what buff do commanders acting as a "Iron Guard" get?||+1% Troop Health|
|In the Commander View page , what buff do commanders acting as a "King Head" get?||+1% Troop Defense and Health|
|In the Commander View page , what buff do commanders acting as a "Ranger" get?||+5% XP Gain & Damage vs. Barbarians (none of these answers)|
|In the Commander View page , what buff do commanders acting as a "Supply Captain" get?||+5% Gathering Speed and Troop Load|
|In the Commander View page , what buff do commanders acting as a "Tax Officer" get?||+5% Gathering Speed|
|In the Commander View page, what buff do commanders acting as a "drillmaster" get?||+1% Troop Attack|
|In the Commander View page, what buff do commanders acting as a “Bloodfist Guard” get?||1% Troop health|
|In Rok, which building can you use to view your kingdom’s history?||Monument|
|In the simplified Maslow’s hierachy of needs, which need is at the top of the pyramid?||Self-Actualization|
|In what country did the “Battle of Marengo” take place?||Italy|
|In what era of Chinese history did the “Battle of Fei River” take place where a small number of soldiers conquered a vastly superior force?||Eastern Jin Dynasty|
|In what year did Einstein publish his four Annus Mirabilis ("Miracle Papers")?||1905|
|In what year did the Late Show with David Letterman first premiere?||1993|
|In which city is Denmark’s statue of The Little Mermaid located?||Copenhagen|
|In which country did the Carlist Wars take place during the 19th century?||Spain|
|Which country did Zarathustra, of the tone poem “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”, come from?||Persia|
|In which country is the mysterious Stonehenge located?||United Kingdom|
|In which country was air conditioning invented?||USA|
|In which country was Carlsberg Group, a leading brewer, founded in 1847?||Denmark|
|In which country was the famed revolutionary and military strategist Simón Bolívar born?||Venezuela|
|In which country was the microscope invented?||The Netherlands|
|In which country was the Somme, the most infamous battlefield in World War I, located?||France|
|In which English palace did the "Star Chamber" sit?||Palace of Westminster|
|In which gallery is the Mona Lisa currently held?||The Louvre|
|In which of these works does Sherlock Holmes make his first appearance?||A study in Charlet|
|In which region was the empire of Srivijaya located?||Southeast Asia|
|In Which theater was Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C Minor debuted in 1808?||The Theater and der Wien|
|In which UK city were The Beatles founded in 1960?||Liverpool|
|In which year did Alexander Fleming discover penicillin?||1928|
|In which year did Richard the Lionheart and Saladin sign a truce?||1192|
|In which year was the first edition of "The Diary of Anne Frank" published?||1947|
|In which year was the first Wimbledon Tennis Championship held?||1877|
|In which year was the Napoleonic Code established?||1804|
|In which year was the Soviet Union formally established?||1922|
|Insufficient intake of which element may case thyromegaly?||Iodine|
|karst landform cause||Dissolution of soluble rocks|
|Keira once defied the world’s expectations about her in a glorious battle. Where did this battle take place?||Sunset Canyon|
|Lactose intolerance is caused by a shortage of what?||Lactase|
|Legendary commander of the Joseon dynasty, Yi Sun-sin, sacrificed his life in which famous battle?||Battle of Noryang|
|Lost City||The Incas|
|Machu Picchu is a notable relic of which civilization?||The Incas|
|Movable type was first used in which country?||China|
|Mutations are a change in what?||DNA|
|Mutations are important because they bring about what?||Genetic Variation needed for a population to evolve|
|National emblem of Ireland||Harp|
|Northern Humanists like Erasmus were most commonly known for what?||Interest in religion and social form|
|Of the 12 Chinese zodiac animals, which comes first?||Rat / Mouse|
|Of the below commanders, which is best suited to lead troops against archer enemies?||Cao Cao|
|Of the below commanders, which is best suited to lead troops against cavalry enemies?||Sun Tzu|
|Of the below commanders, which is best suited to lead troops against infantry enemies?||Hermann|
|Of the below commanders, which is best suited to lead troops when gathering resources?||Seondeok|
|Of the following nations, which has the smallest area?||Vatican City|
|Of the following, which is most likely to have directly led to the Bronze Age?||Bronze is harder and more durable than other metals available at the time|
|Official measure Martin Luther?||Edict of Worms|
|Old part empire now on which asian country lands||Iran|
|On its tragic maiden voyage, what was the Titanic's intended destination?||New York|
|On which continent did the serval first live?||Africa|
|On which continent is the human race generally thought to have originated?||Africa|
|One "day" on the planet Venus is approximately equal to how many earth days?||243 days|
|One of the Knights of the Round Table||Lancelot|
|Pandas have 5 clawed toes as well as a sixth digit. What do pandas use their sixth digit for?||To hold bamboo while eating|
|Queen Guinevere fell in love with which Knight of the Round Table according to Arthurian legend?||Lancelot|
|Queen Victoria of England was part of which royal house?||The house of Hanover|
|Raphael is best known for his creation of which of the following?||School of Athens|
|Renaissance painters in Flanders, as in Italy, tended to produce what type of artwork?||Realistic|
|Santa Claus travels on a sleigh pulled by what animal?||Reindeer|
|Since its founding in 1863, how many times has the International Comittee of the Red Cross won the Nobel Peace Prize?||3|
|The 24 “solar terms” are a traditional chinese calendar system used for what purpose?||Agriculture|
|The borders of which of these countries extend across two continents?||Egypt|
|The "El Nino" phenomenon is named after which of these festivals?||Christmas|
|The "Independence March" is the national anthem of which country?||Turkey|
|The “American Dream” is rooted in which of these documents?||The Declaration of Independence|
|The “Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa” was a major turning point in which conflict?||The Reconquista|
|The “Windsor knot” was made popular by which king of England?||Edward VIII|
|The 1000 point achievement chest includes:||Epic Commander sculpture|
|The air often feels fresher after a thunderstorm because it has been enriched with which gas?||Ozone|
|The Alliance Technology “Territory Gaurdian” increases which attribute of troops when battling in Alliance territory?||Attack|
|The Bastille, a prison once located in the center of Paris, France, originally served what purpose?||Defensive fortress|
|The cathedral of Notre-dame de Paris was build on which style?||Gothic|
|The concept of “separation of powers” comes from which work by Montesquieu?||The Spirit of the Laws|
|The cone-shaped winds of tornadoes are notable for doing what?||Spinning|
|The differences among a species, like different bird beaks, are called?||Variations|
|The dragonfly cutter was the weapon of choice of which legendary warrior?||Tadakatsu Honda|
|The famous renaissance sculpture Pieta was the work of which artist?||Michelangelo|
|The flag of which country holds the world record of being the oldest continuously used national flag?||Denmark|
|The four biggest musicals in the world are Cats, Les Miserables, Miss Saigon, and?||The Phantom of the Opera|
|The four major varieties of Guzheng in Ancient China were the Haozhong, Luqi, Jiaowei, and the...?||Raoliang|
|The Gallic rooster is an official national symbol of which country?||France|
|The Greek alphabet originated from which other writing system||Phoenician|
|The great Asoka, which was the king of the ancient Indian kingdom||Maurya|
|"The end justifies the means” was a key belief of the author of “The Prince”. What was his name?||Machiavelli|
|"Tongwancheng” was the capital of which ethnic group from ancient China?||The Xiongnu|
|The kingdom title ‘Queen’ increases which of the following?||Gathering Speed|
|The last emperor of Holy Roman Empire||Francis II|
|The Luger pistol, manufactured for the German army during WW2, uses which type of ammo?||9mm Parabellum|
|The military leader Charles Martel was NOT known for which of the following?||Leading cavalry units|
|The more genetic variation a population has, the more likely it is that some individual will what?||Survive|
|The Mughal Empire carried Islam to where?||Most of India|
|The novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms begins near the end of which Chinese Dynasty||Han|
|The Phoenician civilization originated in which part of the world?||The Eastern Mediterranean|
|The prehistoric humans known as “homo floresiensis” are also commonly referred to as?||Hobbits|
|The process of combining atoms is known as what?||Fusion|
|The process of splitting atoms is known as||Fission|
|The Punic Wars were fought by Ancient Rome and what other Ancient Empire?||Ancient Carthage|
|The Renaissance was a "Rebirth" of||Classical Culture|
|The Taj Mahal was built during which Indian Dynasty?||The Mughal Dynasty|
|The three great philosophers of ancient Greece were Plato, Aristotle, and?||Socrates|
|The three kingdoms of Korea where Baekje, Silla, and?||Goguryeo|
|The Throwing Axeman is which civilization's special unit?||France|
|The two capitals of Austria - Hungary were Budapest and?||Vienna|
|The zeppelin was invented by engineers from which country?||Germany|
|To which army did the “Varangian Guard” belong?||The Byzantine army|
|To whom did India give title mahatma?||Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi|
|Under normal circumstances, which layer of the sun can we see with the naked eye?||Photosphere|
|Unit type strong against Infantry?||Archer|
|Wales officially became part of the Kingdom of Great Britain during the reign of which King?||King Henry VIII|
|Wealthy family in Florence||Medicis|
|What age did ancient Greece enter after the Mycenaean civilization was destroyed?||Dark Age|
|What animal is the “Tigris” named after in ancient Greek||Tiger|
|What are Arrows of Resistance used for?||Upgrading Watch Tower|
|What are the Books of Covenant used for?||Upgrading Castle|
|What are the dimensions of the fog cleared by a Kingdom Map item?||10x10|
|What are the wind-shaped cones of tornadoes famous for?||Spinning|
|What can “Masonry” technology help you to improve?||The building speed of buildings in your city|
|What caused the death of the outstanding statesmen and military strategist, Pericles?||A plague|
|What causes lunar eclipses?||The earth moves directly between the sun and the moon|
|What causes the distinctive smell in the air after it rains?||The influence of actinomycetes|
|What Chieftain from the Ceroli Crisis event is well-versed in poison magic?||Dekar|
|What color is a polar bears skin?||Black|
|What did Che Guevara study in College?||Medicine|
|What did Spartacus do as a slave before leading the biggest slave rebellion of Ancient Rome?||A gladiator|
|What did Theodorus van Gogh, the younger brother of famed Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh, do for a living?||Art Dealer|
|What discovery made the deciphering of hieroglyphics possible ?||Rosetta stone|
|What does alliance skill "fully loaded" do?||Increases alliance members' gathering speed for one type of resource|
|What does alliance skill "nature's gift" do?||Summon resources point in a selected area (cannot be used in the lost kingdom)|
|What does the word "Formua" in "Formula 1 Racing" refer to?||The rules which participating cars must follow|
|What four words saying did Oda Nobunaga live by?||Rule With Absolute Force|
|What is a light year a measure of?||Distance|
|What is a monotheist?||Only believe in one god|
|What is Belisarius' nickname?||Last of the Romans|
|What is China's earliest known book of military strategy?||Sun Tzu's "The Art of War"|
|What is Commander Baybars good at?||Leading cavalry units|
|What is Commander Eulji Mundeok good at?||Leading infantry units|
|What is Commander Hermann good at?||Leading archers|
|What is commander Keira good at?||Leading archers|
|What is Commander Lancelot good at?||Leading cavalry units|
|What is commander Osman I good at?||Attacking Cities|
|What is commander Sun Tzu good at?||Leading city garrisons|
|What is Julius Caesar’s nickname?||Uncrowned king|
|What is the center of a hurricane called?||Eye|
|What is the champion Keira’s nickname?||The Red Chameleon|
|What is the Commander Hannibal Barca good at?||Attacking cities|
|What is the conversion ratio of amperes (A) to milliamperes (mA)?||1/1000|
|What is the deepest known trench in the world?||The Mariana Trench|
|What is the default rallied troop capacity when your castle is level 25?||2 million|
|What is the default transportation capacity if your trading post is Level 25?||5 million|
|What is the duration of the Builder Recruitment item?||2 days|
|What is the hardest part of the human body?||Tooth Enamel|
|What is the highest level a City Hall can reach in Rise of Kingdoms?||25|
|What is the in-game nickname of Cleopatra VII?||Queen of Egypt|
|What is the largest city in the UK by area?||London|
|What is the length of a marathon in kilometers?||42.2 Km|
|What is the location of the mysterious stoneage?||Germany|
|What is the main ingredient in salt?||Sodium Chloride|
|What is the main purpose of white blood cells in the human body?||Fighting Infection and disease|
|What is the most abundant element on earth’s crust?||Oxygen|
|What is the name for electricity produced by water power using large dams in a river?||Hydroelectric energy|
|What is the name for renewable energy derived from burning organic materials such as wood and alcohol?||Biomass|
|what is the name for the phenomenon by which organisms that are better adapted to the environment survive to pass traits to their offspring?||Natural Selection|
|What is the name of the renewable energy derived from burning organic materials such as wood and alcohol?||Biomass energy|
|What is the name of the revolution in 1688 which established the British constitutional monarchy?||Glorious Revolution|
|What is the name of the Turkish Straits that divide Europe from Asia?||The Bosphorus (Strait)|
|What is the national emblem of Ireland||Harp|
|What is the nationality of Pierre de Fermat, who proposed Fermat’s last theorem?||France|
|What is the only known short-period comet that is regularly visible to the naked eye from Earth?||Halley's Comet|
|What is the primary cause of karst landforms?||The dissolution of soluble rocks|
|What is the root cause of altitude sickness ?||Rapid exposure to low amounts of oxygen at high elevation|
|What is the softest material known to mankind?||Talc|
|What is the troop health bonus you can get from a fully upgraded Hospital?||1%|
|What is the world's oldest film festival?||Venice Film Festival|
|What level does your City Hall have to be to enter the iron age?||Level 10|
|What outstanding contribution to science won biologist Karl Landsteiner the Nobel Prize?||Discovering the human blood groups|
|What provided the major economic support for the renaissance?||Wealthy Patrons|
|What useful tool did famed carpenter Lu Ban invent?||The saw|
|What race of creatures, mythical or otherwise, lived on Asgard according to Norse myth?||Aesir|
|What two countries together made up the "Iberian Union"?||Portugal and Spain|
|What two major works are attributed to homer?||The Odyssey and the Iliad|
|What was another usage of gin, aside from being a popular drink, in the 18th century?||Medicine|
|What was the famous speech by Otto von Bismarck regarding in 1862?||Blood and Iron|
|What was the original purpose of the Great Pyramid of Giza?||Pharoah Khufu's tomb|
|What was the regnal name of the last emperor of China's Qing Dynasty?||Xuantong|
|What was the relationship between the famed generals Tolui and Genghis Khan?||Father and son|
|What were the men and women hiding from on the outskirts of Florence in the novella collection "The Decameron"?||The Black Plague|
|What’s the primary cause of the formation of the Himalayas?||Collision between plates|
|What's does the "Skillful Craftsman" alliance skill do when used?||Greatly increases alliance flag construction speed|
|When a governor’s city hall reaches level 25, how many farms can they build?||4|
|When Achilles refuses to fight, Patroclus puts on Achilles armor, fights the trojans, and dies, who is Patroclus killed by?||Hector|
|When catching and releasing deep sea fish,why is it important to pierce their swim bladder?||To prevent them from dying of distended swim bladders|
|When did dinosaurs first exist?||Triassic|
|When did the war of Austrian succession take place?||1740 – 1748|
|When is the International Day of Forests?||March 21|
|When is the World No Tobacco Day?||May 31|
|When was the Declaration of Independence written?||1776|
|When were bicycles introduced to Europe?||The 19th Century|
|Where are the world’s largest proven oil reserves located?||Ghawar field|
|Where did Genghis Khan start building his Mongolian Empire?||Asia|
|Where did King John of England agree to the Magna Carta in 1215?||Runnymede|
|Where did King Louis XIV of France move the royal Court to in 1682?||Palace of Versailles|
|Where did reggae music originate?||Jamaica|
|Where did the final battle between King Arthur and Mordred take place according to Arthurian Legend?||Camlann|
|Where did the renaissance begin?||Italy|
|Where did the soldiers of Ancient Rome get their weapons and armor?||Themselves|
|Where do adaptations come from?||Both mutations and Genetic recombination|
|Where do most hurricanes start?||On the Open Seas|
|Where in Italy is Vatican City located?||Rome|
|Where is the Capital of Scotland?||Edinburgh|
|Where is the Capital of Scotland?||In a remote barbarian tribe|
|Where was Pablo Picasso born?||Iberia|
|Where was the first Winter Olympics held in 1924?||France|
|Where was the rallying point for the First Crusade?||Constantinople|
|Where was the World Heritage Terracotta Army found?||In a royal mausoleum|
|Which ancient civilization built the "Lost City" of Machu Picchu?||The Incas|
|Which ancient Egyptian pharaoh's tome did British archaeologist Howard Carter discover in 1922?||Tutankhamun|
|Which Ancient Greek physicist famously discovered the concept of buoyancy while taking a bath?||Archimedes|
|Which ancient Greek scholar laid the foundations for future European mathematics and authored the "Elements" of geometry?||Euclid|
|Which art group is known as a "National Treasure" of Canada?||Cirque du Soleil|
|Which artist designed St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican?||Michelangelo|
|Which artist painted Girl With a Pearl Earring?||Johannes Vermeer|
|Which astronomer proposed the heliocentric theory in the 16th century?||Nicolaus Copernicus|
|Which beverage was invented by American pharmacist John Pemberton?||Cola|
|Which buff can be acquired from occupying a Sanctum of Courage?||Increase EXP gained by commanders|
|Which building was originally built in London to house the Great Exhibition of the Works Industry of All Nations held in 1851?||The Crystal Palace|
|Which chieftain in the Ceroli Crisis event mounted a successful coup?||Torgny|
|Which Chinese dynasty did Jiang Ziya help to establish?||The Zhou Dynasty|
|Which city defeated Sparta in the “Battle of Leuctra”?||Thebes|
|Which city hosted the 2000 Summer Olympics?||Sydney|
|Which city-state of Ancient Greece was known for its Brutal military training and bravery?||Sparta|
|Which civilian airport is above sea level?||Daocheng Yading Airport|
|Which civilization gives a 5% attack bonus to cavalry units?||Germany|
|Which civilization increases hospital capacity?||Byzantium|
|Which civilization offers increased hospital capacity?||Byzantine|
|Which club has footballer Lionel Messi played for the longest?||Barcelona|
|Which Civilization was the first to have public toilets?||Ancient Rome|
|Which commander excels at leading infantry?||Richard I|
|Which commander is commonly regarded as having exemplified the ideal of "bushido spirit"?||Kusunoki Masashige|
|Which commander is known as Barbarossa?||Frederick I|
|Which commander is known as Kamakura’s warlord?||Minamoto no Yoshitsune|
|Which commander is known as the Conqueror of Chaos?||Cao Cao|
|Which commander is known as “The Immortal Hammer”||Charles Martel|
|Which commander is known as the Lady of the Mercians?||Æthelflæd|
|Which commander is named death hydromel?||Sarka|
|Which commander is nicknamed Carthage’s Guardian?||Hannibal Barca|
|Which commander is nicknamed the Father of Conquest?||Baibars|
|Which commander is nicknamed the Roaring Barbarian?||Lohar|
|Which commander is reputed to have said, “I came, I saw, I conquered”?||Julius Caesar|
|Which commander showed their military genius in the Battle of Poitiers in the 8th century AD?||Charles Martel|
|Which commander signed a peace treaty with Saladin in 1192?||Richard I|
|Which commander was considered an enemy of Rome from an early age?||Hannibal Barca|
|Which commander was in charge of capturing Constantinople at the age of 21?||Mehmed II|
|Which commander was known as the Celtic Rose?||Boudica|
|Which commander was nicknamed mead of death?||Sarka|
|Which commander was paired with Minamoto?||Tomoe Gozen|
|Which commander was part of the Battle of Red Cliffs?||Cao Cao|
|Which Commander's active skill can inflict Silence?||Hermann|
|Which composer wrote the opera “The Ring of The Nibelung”?||Wagner|
|Which continent has the lowest average temperatures?||Antarctica|
|Which country gave the Statue of Liberty ti American people as a gift?||France|
|Which country in Asia overlaps with the former Parthian empire?||Iran|
|Which country is Catalhoyuk (Çatalhöyük) located in?||Turkey|
|Which country is not in Europe?||Egypt|
|Which country started the tradition of the 8-hour workday?||United Kingdom|
|Which country was England fighting against in the battle of Agincourt?||France|
|Which country was Marco Polo, a famous explorer and merchant, born in?||Republic of Venice|
|Which country was the first to invent perfume?||Cyprus|
|Which Dutch Scientist is know as "the father of microbiology"?||Antonie van Leeuwenhoek|
|Which emperor issued the Proclamation of Milan?||Constantine I|
|Which emperor was named the “Khan of Heaven” by various Turkic nomads during the Sui and Tang dynasties?||Emperor Taizong of Tang|
|Which ethnic group founded the earliest civilization of Mesopotamia?||The Sumerians|
|Which European country’s king funded Christopher Columbus‘ famous expedition?||Spain|
|Which European wrote the first travelogue detailing China’s history, culture, and art?||Marco Polo|
|Which famous and influential family did the famous Renaissance art patron Duke Lorenzo belong to?||Medici|
|Which French monarch was known as Saint Louis?||Louis IX|
|Which gas makes up more than 90% of Mars' atmosphere?||Carbon Dioxide|
|Which German psychologist discovered the human brain’s forgetting curve?||Hermann Ebbinghaus|
|Which god is Taranis in Celtic mythology?||Thunder God|
|Which group conquered the Byzantine Empire?||The Ottomans|
|Which historical figure is entombed in Palenque's Temple of the Inscriptions?||Pakal the Great|
|Which honorary rank was the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) given?||Colonel|
|Which if the following buffs can take effect during Sunset Canyon battles?||Buffs from equipment|
|Which inventor built the world’s first electric locomotive in 1837?||Robert Davidson|
|Which is NOT a King Skill?||Relief|
|Which is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as having the largest cumulative circulation of any single-author comic?||Eiichiro Oda / One Piece|
|Which is the highest plateau in the world?||Tibetan Plateau|
|Which is the largest animal on the planet?||Blue Whale|
|Which is the longest continental mountain range on earth?||The Andes|
|Which is the smallest known snake species?||Barbados threadsnake|
|Which landmark in Sydney, Australia is shaped like sails?||Sydney Opera House|
|Which mammalian order does Suidae belong to?||Artiodactyla|
|Which military commander was known as “Teutoburg’s Liberator”?||Hermann|
|Which modern-day city was Shakespeare's Globe Theater built in?||London|
|Which musical instrument has six strings?||Guitar|
|Which nation was NOT involved in the Battle of Waterloo?||Italy|
|Which of the Babylonian Codes of Law was the first full set of written laws in recorded history?||The Code of Hammurabi|
|Which of the following accurately describes the Arctic Circle||Polar Day and Polar Night are phenomenons that occur there|
|Which of the following achievements must be completed before the "Special Snowflake" achievement?||Long-range strike|
|Which of the following awards daily activity points?||Defeating barbarian troops on the map|
|Which of the following best describes a Clownfish?||Tropical marine fish|
|Which of the following buffs can take effect during Sunset Canyon battles?||Buffs from equipment|
|Which of the following buildings cannot be upgraded?||Courier Station|
|Which of the following can not be found in a Silver Chest at the tavern?||Lvl. 3 Tome of knowledge|
|Which of the following can NOT be found in Alliance Shops?||Golden Key|
|Which of the following cat breeds is known for being hairless?||Sphynx|
|Which of the following cities was the first to have an underground rapid transit system?||London|
|Which of the following civilizations cannot buff their cavalry?||The Ottomans|
|Which of the following civilizations increase the damage of active commander skills by 5%?||Ottomans|
|Which of the following commander excels at gathering resources?||Cleopatra VII|
|Which of the following commanders excels at attacking enemy cities?||Caesar|
|Which of the following commanders excels at leading archers?||Yi Seong-Gye|
|Which of the following commanders excels at leading cavalry?||Minamoto no Yoshitsune|
|Which of the following commanders excels at leading infantry?||Richard I|
|Which of the following commanders joined a rebellion against her own husband?||Constance|
|Which of the following commanders was effectively the ruler of their kingdom, but never officially the head of state?||Charles Martel|
|Which of the following commanders was part of the Battle of Red Cliffs?||Cao Cao|
|Which of the following commanders was part of the hundred years war?||Joan of Arc|
|Which of the following countries is located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere?||None of these answers are correct|
|Which of the following describes a monotheist?||Someone who warships 1 god|
|Which of the following did Desiderius Erasmus and Thomas More have in common?||Both were considered humanists|
|Which of the following did NOT occur during the Greco-Persian Wars?||The Battle of Agincourt|
|Which of the following doctors was the first to describe completely, and in detail, the systemic circulation and the function of the heart?||William Harvey|
|Which of the following does not award Individual Credits?||Giving resources to allies|
|Which of the following does not give commanders EXP?||Attacking other players|
|Which of the following does not increase an Alliance’s member limit||Appointing officers|
|Which of the following does the green Olympic Ring represent?||Oceania|
|Which of the following factors allows certain mixed drinks to be layered?||Density|
|Which of the following French Kings was known as the Sun King?||Louis XIV|
|Which of the following fruits, known as "wolf peach", were erroneously thought to be poisonous?||Tomatoes|
|Which of the following illnesses can be caused by a lack of vitamin D?||Rickets|
|Which of the following inventions did NOT come about during the first industrial revolution?||The telephone|
|Which of the following is “NOT” a “low country” of Europe?||The United Kingdom|
|Which of the following is a decorative building?||Stone Drum|
|Which of the following is a fossil fuel formed from marine organisms that is often found in folded or tilted layers and used for heating and cooking?||Natural Gas|
|Which of the following is a liquid fossil fuel formed from marine organisms that is burned to obtain energy and used to manufacture plastics?||Oil|
|Which of the following is a name for sedimentary rock formed from decayed plant materiel in swampy areas?||Coal|
|Which of the following is a nonrenewable energy source (such as coal, oil, or natural gas)?||Fossil Fuel|
|Which of the following is a nonrenewable energy source?||Water|
|Which of the following is a Phase of the Mightiest Governor?||Enemy Elimination|
|Which of the following is a term for a valuable material of geologic origin that can be extracted from the earth||Natural Resources|
|Which of the following is an accurate description of the Mediterranean climate?||Hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters|
|Which of the following is an alternative energy source based on splitting heavy atoms into lighter ones to release energy?||Nuclear energy|
|Which of the following is an economic building?||Alliance Center|
|Which of the following is an inexhaustible energy resource that relies on hot magma or hot dry rocks below ground?||Geo|
|Which of the following is another name for the "Black Death" that raged across the Europe during the Late Middle Ages?||Yersinia pestis|
|Which of the following is considered a metallic resource?||Iron|
|Which of the following is considered an energy source?||Petroleum|
|Which of the following is considered one of Confucius' disciples?||Yan Hui|
|Which of the following is most likely to have directly led to the bronze age?||Bronze is harder and more durable than other metals available at the time|
|Which of the following is not a characteristic of renaissance art?||Two-dimensional|
|Which of the following is NOT a component ingredient used to forge the Epic weapon “Golden Age”?||Animal bone|
|Which of the following is not a natural resource?||Clothes|
|Which of the following is not a prerequisite for the military technology cartography?||Ballistics|
|Which of the following is not a reason why the renaissance began in Italy?||The black plague did not hit Italy as a result of the alps|
|Which of the following is NOT a suit in poker?||Winds|
|Which of the following is not an objective of Greek mythology?||Provide a path for salvation|
|Which of the following is not King Skill?||Relief|
|Which of the following is NOT one of Belisarius' skills?||Thunderous Force|
|Which of the following is NOT one of El Cid’s skills?||Chivalry|
|Which of the following is NOT one of Julius Caesar skills?||Military Life|
|Which of the following is NOT one of Keira’s skills?||Unruly Blood|
|Which of the following is NOT one of Lohar’s skills?||Utter Annihilation|
|Which of the following is NOT one of Matilda of Flanders' skills?||Celtic Blood|
|Which of the following is NOT one of Mulan’s skills?||Indomitable Army|
|Which of the following is NOT one of Osman I’s skills?||Oblique Tactics|
|Which of the following is NOT one of Pelagius passive skills?||Charge|
|Which of the following is NOT one of the major greenhouse gases in earth’s atmosphere?||Nitrogen|
|Which of the following is not part of Mexico’s flag?||Camel|
|Which of the following is the correct description for the stratosphere?||Warm above and cold below|
|Which of the following is the world’s largest island?||Greenland|
|Which of the following is the world's first national park?||Yellowstone National Park|
|Which of the following is Zeus' elder brother in Greek Mythology?||Poseidon|
|Which of the following juice is contained in the classic cocktail "Bloody Mary"?||Tomato Juice|
|Which of the following kingdom title descriptions are INCORRECT?||Prime minister has increased troop attack|
|Which of the following marine species has existed the longest?||Nautilus|
|Which of the following nations is the closest to the North Pole?||Finland|
|Which of the following physicists was born on the death anniversary of Galileo Galilei, and died on the birth anniversary of Albert Einstein?||Stephen Hawking|
|Which of the following resources cannot be found in your jeans?||Lead|
|Which of the following serves as the national flower of the Philippines?||Sampaguita|
|Which of the following speeches was made by the Prussian Prime Minister Otto von Bismarck in September of 1862?||Blood and Iron|
|Which of the following stories is not one of Grimms' Fairy Tale?||The Little Mermaid|
|Which of the following structures is a military building?||Scout Camp|
|Which of the following technologies precedes “Horsemanship”?||Military Discipline|
|Which of the following vitamins is most helpful for maintaining good vision?||Vitamin A|
|Which of the following was a general during Japan's Genpei War?||Tomoe Gozen|
|Which of the following was a Knight of the Round Table?||Lancelot|
|Which of the following was a Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied classical texts and focused on human potential and achievements?||Humanism|
|Which of the following was also known as the Eastern Roman Empire?||Byzantine Empire|
|Which of the following was an enemy of Richard the Lionheart?||Saladin|
|Which of the following was built at the order of Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal?||Taj Mhal|
|Which of the following was not a pillar of the Renaissance?||Mannerism|
|Which of the following was NOT invented in China?||Seismographs|
|Which of the following was praised by his countrymen as Ancient Greece's best and most honest democratic representative?||Pericles|
|Which of the following was written by Mary Shelley?||Frankenstein|
|Which of the following were born in the same year as singer Luciano Pavarotti?||Elvis Presley|
|Which of the following works is based on the Battle of Roncevaux Pass, fought by Charlemagne and his knights?||The Song of Roland|
|Which of the following works was written by the French playwright Pierre Corneille?||Le Cid|
|Which of the following works was written by Victor Hugo?||The Hunchback of the Notre-Dame|
|Which of the seven wonders of the world were created to cure the new Queen of Babylon’s homesickness?||The Hanging Gardens|
|Which of these active skills belongs to Charles Martel?||Immortal Shield|
|Which of these alliance officers bestows a Research Speed boost?||Counsellor|
|Which of these animated movies was NOT directed by Hayao Miyazaki?||Paprika|
|Which of these are NOT considered a Shakespearean tragedy?||Twelfth Night|
|Which of these artists is not considered as a baroque artist?||Vincent van Gogh|
|Which of these avatar frames can be obtained from Ceroli Crisis event?||Undersea Kingdom|
|Which of these circumstances would prevent you from changing civilization?||Ongoing troops training in your city|
|Which of these cities hosted the Olympics in 1900?||Paris|
|Which of these cities in Brazil has hosted the Olympic Games?||Rio de Janeiro|
|Which of these civilizations can increase their healing speed?||France|
|Which of these commanders’ expertise skill is the enhanced version of an existing skill?||Bjorn Ironside|
|Which of these commanders gets the ability to convert some slain units into severely wound units when attacking a city?||Charlemagne|
|Which of these commanders was able to defeat the great Charles in the battle?||Tomiris|
|Which of these countries did not participate in the Northern Seven Years’ War (1563-1570)?||The United Kingdom|
|Which of these countries does the Prime Meridian pass through?||Mali|
|Which of these countries is NOT a founding member of NATO (in 1949)?||Turkey|
|Which of these effects is not caused by Æthelflæd’s skills?||Heal slightly wounded units|
|Which of these fields is NOT included in the list of Nobel Prizes?||Mathematics|
|Which of these is a line of Tomoe Gozen?||My power scares even the ghosts|
|Which of these is an incorrect description of the “Battle of Poitiers”?||The campaign took place during World War I|
|Which of these is an incorrect description of the “Mare Imbrium” on the moon?||It contains a certain amount of sedimentary water.|
|Which of these is not a natural resource?||Clothing|
|Which of these is not considered one of the five good emperors of the Nerva-Antonine dynasty of ancient Rome?||Commodus|
|Which of these is NOT one of Cao Cao’s skills?||Battle of Sorrow|
|Which of these is one of Minamoto no Yoshitsune’s “Active Skills”?||Kyohachiryu|
|Which of these is used to rally alliance troops?||Castle|
|Which of these is Yi Seong-Gye expert in?||Garrison|
|Which of these items can NOT be obtained by defeating barbarians||VIP Points|
|Which of these items can NOT be purchased within the Mysterious Merchant’s Boutique?||Passport Page|
|Which of these navigators was the first European to arrive in Brazil?||Pedro Alvares Cabral|
|Which of these Nobel Prizes was awarded to Marie Curie in 1903?||The Nobel Prize in Physics|
|Which of these novels was NOT written by Margaret Artwood?||Flowers for Algernon|
|Which of these two were created by Leonardo da Vinci?||The Last Supper, Mona Lisa|
|Which of these was the only commander to defeat Cyrus the great in battle?||Tomyris|
|Which of these works of Japanese Monogatari literature describes the legend of “Kaguya-hime”?||The Tale of The Bamboo Cutter|
|Which official measure made it a crime to give Martin Luther food or shelter?||Edict of Worms|
|Which one of the following is not one of Hermann’s skills?||Irresistible|
|Which one of these animals does NOT lay eggs?||Bat|
|Which organ of the potato plant do we commonly eat?||Stem|
|Which part of the brain will alcohol affect?||The Cerebellum|
|Which part of the human body contains mostly water?||Eyeballs|
|Which period of European history, lasting from 1300 to 1600, saw renewed interest in classical culture and led to far-reaching changes in art, learning, and views of the world?||Renaissance|
|Which Pharaoh ordered the construction of the Abu Simbel temples?||Ramesses II|
|Which philosopher wrote "Utopia"?||Plato|
|Which planet in our solar system rotates the fastest?||Jupiter|
|Which Portuguese explorer sailed from the Cape of Good Hope to India?||Vasco de Gama|
|Which Portuguese explorer was the first European to sail to the southern tip of Africa?||Bartolomeu Dias|
|Which prominent statesman served as the first general of the Edo shogunate at the end of Japan’s Warring States period?||Tokugawa Ieyasu|
|Which Roman Emperor was named Augustus after ending a civil war?||Gaius Octavius|
|Which school of painting would Georges Seurat be a representative of?||Pointillism|
|Which school of thought was founded by the Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu?||Taoism|
|Which script was the Code of Hammurabi engraved onto stone in?||Cuneiform|
|Which state is home to the Walt Disney company?||California|
|Which technology comes before Pavise?||Bodkin Arrows|
|Which technology comes before Swordsman?||Iron Working|
|Which technology comes right before Heavy Cavalry?||Scale Armor|
|Which title did Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the International Olympic Committee, hold ?||Baron|
|Which two cities does Portugal's Dom Luis Bridge connect?||Porta, Vila Nova de Gaia|
|Which two oceans does the Panama Canal connect?||The Pacific and Atlantic Oceans|
|Which type of holy sites grant troop attack bonuses?||Flame Altar|
|Which type of natural disaster is measured using the Richter scale?||Earthquake|
|Which unit gains a strong benefit from Sun Tzu’s “Master Strategist” skill?||Infantry|
|Which unit gains a strong benefit from Sun Tzu's 'Master Strategist' skill?||Infantry Unit|
|Which unit type does Cao Cao excel in leading?||Cavalry|
|Which unit type is strong against infantry?||Archer|
|Which unit type is strong against Archers?||Cavalry|
|Which unit type is strong against Cavalry?||Infantry|
|Which war ended the rule of the House of Plantagenet and began the rule of the Tudors in England?||The Wars of the Roses|
|Which war was fought between the Bristish houses of Lancaster and York for the throne of England?||The Wars of the Roses|
|Which war was fought between the British?||War of Roses|
|Which was a lighthouse built after Macedonia conquered Egypt and waste of the seven wonders of the ancient world?||The Lighthouse of Alexandria|
|Which was the only ancient civilization to develop in a tropical jungle rather than a river basin?||The Incas|
|While Gutenberg introduced the printing press in Europe, his invention was influenced by which country, the first to develop a moveable type?||China|
|Who authored the novel "No Longer Human"?||Osamu Dazai|
|Who came up with the Trojan Horse idea? Who won the Trojan War?||Odysseus; The Greeks|
|Who commanded the New Model Army founded by Parliament during the English Civil War?||Cromwell|
|Who conquered the “Kingdom of the Vandals and Alans” in the Vandalic War?||Belisarius|
|Who created the famous sculpture “The Thinker”?||Auguste Rodin|
|Who defeated Sphinx according to Greek Legend?||Oedipus|
|Who designed the Djoser, the first ancient pyramid featuring a stepped design?||Imhotep|
|Who designed the “Ottoman Cannon”?||Urban|
|Who first implemented the Julian Calendar in Rome?||Julius Caesar|
|Who founded the “Malaca Sultanate”?||Parameswara|
|Who founded the “Spanish Armada”?||Philip II|
|Who founded the first Persian Empire?||Cyrus the Great|
|Who founded the joseon dynasty?||Yi Seong-Gye|
|Who founded the Kamakura shogunate?||Minamoto no Yoritomo|
|Who founded the Kingdom of Asturias?||Pelagius|
|Who funded Christopher Colombus’s travels?||Spain|
|Who gave the famous "I Have a Dream" speech?||Martin Luther King Jr.|
|Who initiated the first Salt March?||Mahatma Gandhi|
|Who invented the printing press?||Johann Gutenberg|
|Who is considered the "Father of Modern Olympic Games"?||Pierre de Coubertin|
|Who is cupid’s mother in Roman mythology?||Venus|
|Who is responsible for ushering valiant warriors into Valhalla upon death in Norse mythology?||Valkyrie|
|Who is the ‘god of love’ in Norse mythology?||Freyja|
|Who is the “god of death” in ancient Greek mythology?||Thanatos|
|Who is the commander considered an enemy of Rome since childhood?||Hannibal Barca|
|Who is the first Italian to receive the “Pritzker Architecture Prize”?||Aldo Rossi|
|Who is the King of the Kingdom?||Leader of the alliance that conquers the lost temple|
|Who killed Hector and how Achilles die?||Achilles; Arrow though his heel|
|Who made the idea "Troy"?||Odysseus|
|Who owned everything in ancient Egyptian Kingdoms?||Pharaoh|
|Who painted The Last Supper?||Leonardo Da Vinci|
|Who painted the Mona Lisa?||Leonardo da Vinci|
|Who proposed the philosophical idea of "I think, therefore I am"?||Descartes|
|Who was believed to be the prototype of king of hearts in poker?||Charlemagne|
|Who was called "Napoleon of crime" in some of the Sherlock Holmes stories?||Professor Moriarty|
|Who was Plato’s teacher?||Socrates|
|Who was praised by his countryman as ancient Greece’s best and most honest democratic representatives?||Pericles|
|Who was the Emperor of the First French Empire?||Napoleon Bonaparte|
|Who was the first astronaut to enter outer space?||Yuri Gagarin|
|Who was the first consul of the Roman Republic?||Lucius Junius Brutus|
|Who was the first Emperor of Rome?||Gaius Octavius Augustus|
|Who was the first human woman created by Hephaestus in Greek mythology?||Pandora|
|Who was the first King of Italy after its unification in 1861?||Victor Emmanuel II|
|Who was the first of Henry VIII's children to rule England?||Edward VI|
|Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize?||Marie Curie|
|Who was the founder of the Edo Bakufu of Japan?||Tokugawa Ieyasu|
|Who was the founder of the Mongolian Empire?||Genghis Khan|
|Who was the last emperor of All Russia?||Nicholas II|
|Who was the last emperor of the Holy Roman Empire?||Francis II|
|Who was the last female Pharaoh of the Ptolemy Dynasty?||Cleopatra VII|
|Who was the only king of England to be executed?||Charles I|
|Who was the only US President that served more than 2 terms?||Franklin D. Roosevelt|
|Who were the first mountaineer(s) on record to reach the summit of Mt. Everest?||Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hilary|
|Who won the Trojan war?||The Greeks|
|Who wrote Alice in Wonderland?||Lewis Carroll|
|Who wrote the Art of War?||Sun Tzu|
|Who wrote “The Symposium”?||Plato|
|Who wrote the well-known book “A Brief History of Time”?||Stephen Hawking|
|Who wrote the well-known book “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind”?||Yuval Noah Harari|
|Whose autobiography "Living to Tell the Tale" won them the Nobel Prize in Literature?||Gabriel García Márquez|
|Whose beauty is said to have been the cause of the Trojan War?||Helen|
|Whose victory was the orchestral work “1812 Overture” composed to commemorate?||Russian Empire|
|Why are advantageous traits more likely to be passed onto offspring?||Because they are more likely to survive and produce|
|Why do frogs and other organisms produce so many eggs/offspring?||The more offspring produced the more likely they will survive|
|Why does drinking coffee make people feel more awake?||It contains caffeine|
|Why was British nurse Florence Nightingale known as "The Lady with the Lamp"?||She would inspect patients at night|
|Why was scurvy once a common problem for sailors?||A lack of fresh fruit and vegetable on long voyages|
|Why was the dead sea given this name?||The high-saline water prevents plants and animals from thriving near it|
|Why were the bow and stern of Viking longboats designed to be symmetrical?||To reverse direction quickly without a turn around|
|With whom did Minamoto no Yoshitsune raise an army to fight Taira no Kiyomori?||Minamoto no Yoritomo|
|Without using buffs, how many action points can a governor have?||1|
The questions and answers compiled in the list above have been found from database websites, players of the game, and readers sharing questions and answers with us in the comment section below.
Rise of Kingdoms continually adds new questions to the Peerless Scholar quiz, so a new question might not have been added to the list yet at the time that you are looking for its answer.
What is the Lyceum of Wisdom
Once you unlock City Hall level 10, you gain access to the Lyceum of Wisdom building.
In this building, players can participate in the “Peerless Scholar,” a quiz minigame event.
This event is an important information hub where people can meet, socialize, put their knowledge of the game and general world history to the test, and advance together.
If you pass, you will receive useful rewards, and if you make it to the end, you will receive even more useful rewards.
How to participate in the Peerless Scholar quiz and rewards
As soon as you get to City Hall level 10, you can build the Lyceum of Wisdom building and participate in the Peerless Scholar quiz through it.
The Peerless Scholar has three stages:
You have to participate and answer enough questions correctly in the preliminaries before you can move on to the midterm.
Lastly, complete at least one midterm during the month to qualify for the final exam.
A single Preliminary exam consists of 10 questions.
Every day, players can take part in one preliminary event.
No limitations exist at this point, and the participants are free to ask for Alliance help, Google, and take their time to answer the questions.
You can seek help from Alliance members with up to 3 questions.
Every wrong answer you give will reduce your total rewards and current question rewards, but you can continue with the quiz.
Rewards from the preliminary exam include:
- Qulification for the midterm exam (at least 6 questions answered correctly required)
- Midterm Life Token (at least 9 questions answered correctly required)
A single midterm exam consists of 15 questions, all of which players must answer within a limited time frame in a live session.
The questions are divided into three parts:
- Question 1-5: 15 secs timer
- Question 6-10: 12 secs timer
- Question 11-15: 10 secs timer
Every week, players have a chance to participate in one of two midterm sessions.
Players can choose to take the quiz at either 2:30 or 12:30. Registration is required at least 5 minutes before a session starts.
One incorrect answer, and you won’t be allowed to continue with the exam unless you’ve earned Midlife Tokens during the preliminaries.
The midterm Life Token is consumed automatically, and the question is assumed to be correctly answered. You can then proceed to the next question.
Once all the tokens have been consumed and you answer a question incorrectly, you will be disqualified.
You could fail three questions but still pass and proceed to finals if you had at least 3 midterm Life Tokens.
Requirements to participate in the midterm exams
- Answer at least six questions correctly in a single preliminary event.
- Join the answering panel at least 5 minutes before the quiz starts.
Rewards from the midterm exam include:
- Speedups (at least 6 questions answered correctly required)
- Resources (at least 6 questions answered correctly required)
- Silver Chest (Answer question 10 correctly required)
- Alliance Chest (Answer question 15 correctly required)
- Gems from a pool of up to 1,500,000 Gems (all 15 questions answered correctly required)
- Qulification to the final exam (all 15 questions answered correctly required)
A single Final exam consists of 20 questions, all of which players must answer within a limited frame.
The questions are divided into three parts:
- Question 1-5: 15 secs timer
- Question 6-10: 12 secs timer
- Question 11-20: 10 secs timer
Finals take place once every month.
Governors who have passed at least one midterm exam during the month can take the final on every last Saturday of the month at 14:30 UTC.
If a player doesn’t register 5 minutes before the finals start, they cannot participate.
A single incorrect answer ends the final exam unless the player has a Life Token.
When all Life Tokens have been consumed and you answer a question incorrectly, you are disqualified.
Life Tokens are a reward given for the successful completion of a midterm exam.
Requirements to participate in the final exam
- Successful completion of a single midterm exam.
- Join the answering panel at least 5 minutes before the quiz starts.
Rewards from the midterm exam include:
- Speedups (at least 5 questions answered correctly required)
- Resources (at least 5 questions answered correctly required)
- Alliance Chests (answer question 10, 15 correctly required)
- Gems from a pool of up to 5,000,000 Gems (all 20 questions answered correctly required)
That’s everything you need to know about the Lyceum of Wisdom and the Peerless Scholar quiz in Rise of Kingdoms!
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A: Gnaeus Ponpeius Magnus
Seondeok was Queen of Silla, what was her birth name?
A: Kim Deokman
which of these holy sites grants a march speed bonus?
A: Sanctum of Wind
What do you have to do to earn Witness Protection achievement?
Answer: Change your nickname 10 times
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In Golden Kingdom, how many passes do you need to clear to get a Golden Chest?
A: 4 passes
In which of these work does Sherlock Holmes make his first appearance?
A: A study in Charlet
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A : Increase attack to all units
Which of these circumstances would prevent you from changing civilization?
A: Ongoing troops training in your city
The cathedral of Notre-dame de Paris was build on which style?
Big Ben is located in which of the following countries?
A: United Kingdom
Which of these novels was NOT written by Margaret Artwood?
A: Flowers for Algernon
In Rok, which building can you use to view your kingdom’s history?
In the simplified Maslow’s hierachy of needs, which need is at the top of the pyramid?
Which of the following is NOT one of Julius Caesar skills?
A: Military Life
The 24 “solar terms” are a traditional chinese calendar system used for what purpose?
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A : Undersea kingdom
Q: Where in italy is vatican city located
A : Rome
Q: the famous renaissance sculpture pieta was the work of which artist
Q: The Luger pistol, manufactured for the German army during WW2, uses which type of ammo?
A: 9mm Parabellum
Q: Where are the world’s largest proven oil reserves located?
A: Ghawar field
Q: Which of the following is NOT a component ingredient used to forge the Epic weapon “Golden Age”?
A: Animal bone
Q: By what other name is October also known under Japan’s old calendar?
Q: How many times can you be helped if alliance center is level 14?
Q – Which of these commanders’ expertise skill is the enhanced version of an existing skill?
A – Bjorn Ironside
Q – Which city hosted the 2000 Summer Olympics?
A – Sydney
Q. The Alliance Technology “Territory Gaurdian” increases which attribute of troops when battling in Alliance
Q: Which civilian airport is above sea level?
A: Daocheng Yading Airport
Q: What Chieftain from the Ceroli Crisis event is well-versed in poison magic?
Q: Who created the famous sculpture “The Thinker”?
A: Auguste Rodin
Q: Who is considered the “Father of the Olympic games”?
A: Pierre de Coubertin
christian jurgensen -> bronze age
Qingming river dynasty -> The Song
Created the early paper money -> ancient china
The borders of which of these countries extend arcoss two continents?
Q: Which is the highest plateau in the world?
A: Tibetan Plateau
Q: Who designed the Djoser, the first ancient pyramid featuring a stepped design?
Q: Which of these is NOT one of Cao Cao’s skills?
A: Battle of Sorrow
Q Which unit type does Cao Cao excel in leading?
Q: what age did ancient greece enter after the mycenaean civilization was destroyed?
A: Dark Age
ancient greece vs mycenaean
Who wrote alice in wonderland
Q Where was the first winter olympics held in 1924?
Q: Which of the following works was written by Victor Hugo?
A: The Hunchback of the Notre-Dame
Q: A human fingernail is made of what?
Golden bear film award festival
Q: Which of these are NOT considered a Shakespearean tragedy?
A: Twelfth Night
Q: Which country did Zarathustra, of the tone poem “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”, come from?
Q: Which chieftain in the ceroli crisis event mounted a successful coup?
Q: In which country was the Somme, the most infamous battlefield in World War I, Located?
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Q: The concept of “separation of powers” comes from which work by Montesquieu?
A: The Spirit of the Laws
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Q What is the in game nickname of Cleopatra VII?
A Queen of Egypt
Q: The prehistoric humans known as “homo floresiensis” are also commonly refered to as?
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A: Le Cid
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Which of the following accurately describes the Arctic Circle?
Polar Day and Night
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which of the following is not a prerequisite for the military technology cartography
Which of these is a line of tomoe gozen
My power scares even the ghosts.
Q: In which region was the empire of Srivijaya located?
A: Southeast Asia
Q: Who conquered the “kingdom of the Vandals and Alans” in the Vandalic War?
Q: The Gallic rooster is an official national symbol of which country?
Q: Which of the following is considered one of confucius’ disciples
A: Yan Hui
day of the tiles where?
aeneid author ?
which artist painted girl with a pearl earring
what level does your city hall have to be to enter the iron age
renaissance artist not from italy?
Ancient civilization not from america?
– The Sumerian
what is the largest city in the uk by area
which continent has the lowest average temperature rok
Q: Whose victory was the orchestral work “1812 Overture” composed to commemorate?
A: Russian Empire
Which of the following is the correct description for the stratosphere?
Above hot below cold
Ans: it is warm above and cold below
Which of these is not considered one of the five good emperors of the nerva-antonine dynasty of ancient Rome?
Q: Which of these civilisations can increase their healing speed?
Q: If a man with type AB blood and a woman with type B blood have a baby, which of the following statements would be incorrect?
A: It could have type O blood
Q: In ancient Greek mythology, who was Hermes’s father?
god of war -> Ares
winter olympic interval -> 4 years
Winter olympic 2022 mascot -> Panda
Hundred years war how long -> 116 years
Q: Which Commander’s active skill can inflict Silence?
Which of the following is NOT a suit in poker?
Q: dragonfly cutter was the weapon of
ans: Tadakatsu Honda
Which of these countries did not participate in the Northern seven years war (1563 – 1570)?
Q: Who was Plato’s teacher?
Q: What useful tool did famed carpenter Lu Ban invent?
A: The saw
Q: Which of the following does not increase an Alliance’s member limit
A: Appointing officers
Q: When did the war of Austrian succession take place?
A: 1740 – 1748
Q: The Greek alphabet originated from which other writing system
Q: What is the nationality of Pierre de Fermat, who proposed Fermat’s last theorem?
Q: In ancient Greek mythology, who was the wife of Hades, the king of the underworld?
Q: Which of these effects is not caused by Æthelflæd’s skills?
A: Heal slightly wounded units
Q: Pandas have 5 clawed toes on as well as a sixth digit. What do pandas use their sixth digit for?
A: To hold bamboo while eating
Q: Elbe Day was the meeting of which two armies during World War II?
A: USA, USSR
Q: Which of these is Yi Seong-Gye expert in?
Q: Charles Macintosh crafted a very early version of a raincoat from which material
Q: How many Scouts can the Scout Camp hold at once?
Q: What can “Masonry” technology help you to improve?
A: The buildings speed of buildings in your city
Q: Who wrote the well-known book “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind”?
A: Yuval Noah Harari
Q: The Phoenician civilization originated in which part of the world?
A: The Eastern Mediterranean
Q: Which commander is known as “The Immortal Hammer”
A: Charles Martel
Who founded the “Malacca Sultanate”
Q : What is the main ingredient in salt?
A : Sodium Chloride
what is the most abundant element on earth’s crust?
Q : Which war was fought between the British houses of Lancaster and York for the throne of England
A : The Wars of the Roses
Q: Which of these items can NOT be obtained by defeating barbarians
A: VIP Points
Q: Which is the smallest known snake species?
A: Barbados threadsnake
Q: How many troops can governors send with a Level 17 City Hall or above?
Q: Where was pablo picasso born?
Q: where did reggae music originate?
Q: Where was Pablo Picasso born?
Q: Where did reggae music originate?
Q: Who wrote “The Symposium”?
Q: What animal is the “Tigris” named after in ancient Greek
What is the name of the Turkish Straits that divide Europe from Asia?
[The Bosphorus (Strait) ]
Q: Where did the final battle between King Arthur and Mordred take place according to Arthurian Legend?
Q: Which of the following buffs can take effect during Sunset Canyon battles?
A: Buffs from equipment
Q: Which of these is one of Minamoto no Yoshitsune’s “Active Skills”?
Q: How many daily Activity Points do you need in “Lucerne Scrolls” to claim the Daily Gift clue reward?
Q: Who founded the “Spanish Armada”?
A: Philip II
Q: Which of these alliance officers bestows a Research Speed boost?
Q: Who defeated Sphinx according to Greek Legend?
Q: When were bicycles introduced to Europe?
A: The 19th Century
Q: The military leader Charles Martel was NOT known for which of the following?
A: Leading cavalry units
Q: Who founded the “Mallaca Sultunate”
Q: In what era of Chinese history was the battle of Fei river?
A: Eastern Jin Dynasty
Q: Which state is home to the walt disney company?
Q: The “Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa” was a major turning point in which conflict?
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Q: Which of the following civilizations cannot buff their cavalry?
A: The Ottomans
Q: How many letters are used in today’s version of English?
Q: Which of these alliance officers bestows a Research Speed boost?
Q: Which of these countries did NOT participate in the Northern Seven Years’ War (1563-1570)?
A: The United Kingdom
Q: Which country was England fighting against in the battle of Agincourt?
Q: Which Unit gains a strong benefit from Sun Tzu’s “Master Stratagist” skill?
Q: Which of these commanders gets the ability to convert some slain units into severely wound units when attacking a city?
Q: What did Che Guevara study in College?
Q: Who is cupid’s mother in Roman mythology?
Q: Who will be the next President of the Philippines?
A: Leni Robredo
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A : Wagner
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Ans: Vincent van Gogh