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History[edit | edit source]
"The wisest men follow their own direction." ~ Euripides
The ancient Greeks, Romans, and Chinese knew the phenomenon of magnetism. They observed that lodestone, an iron-bearing ore, attracted other iron. They also noted that pieces of iron that came into contact with lodestone gained magnetic properties as well. The electromagnetic force of attraction and repulsion between various substances is due to the motion of positively and negatively charged electrons. Every magnet has positive and negative sides, called poles. Poles with a like charge repel one another, and poles with opposite charges attract one another. The study of magnetic phenomena soon showed that a free-floating magnet aligns itself with the Earth's magnetic field, one pole pointing north, the other south.l This was an important discovery, and led to the invention of the compass in the early 13th century.
General Information[edit | edit source]
- Each level of Compass increases infantry moving speed by 10%.
- Quest: Scientific Research:
- Compass Lv.1 Award: Gold 6000
|1||600||3,000||00h 30m 00s||10%|
|2||1,200||6,000||01h 00m 00s||20%|
|3||2,400||12,000||02h 00m 00s||30%|
|4||4,800||24,000||04h 00m 00s||40%|
|5||9,600||48,000||08h 00m 00s||50%|
|6||19,200||96,000||16h 00m 00s||60%|
|7||38,400||192,000||32h 00m 00s||70%|
|8||76,800||384,000||64h 00m 00s||80%|
|9||153,600||768,000||128h 00m 00s||90%|
|10||307,200||1,536,000||256h 00m 00s||100%|
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