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Seattlus Acus Universi . Was wäre wenn? . MOCAthalon 2011 Team: Inglorious ABStards Category: What would King Arthur say? Once upon a time there was a big, big tower near the village of Old-Seattle. Nobody knows if it ever existed, but it's a well known legend. The tower was said to be rather high and very thin. It was supported by stilts, even thinner, that reminded of legs of a spider. On top of it there was small platform. You could always find some brave knights on it watching the village and the forrest. No stairs led to that platform, people wondered how the men got up there. Some said, they had a huge ladder, but others said, there was a magician..... From far away the tower looked like a needle and that's what people called it. The brown stilts actually support the tower and make it quite stable. So King Arthur, what do you say? Seattlus Acus Universi is Latin and stands for Seattle Space Needle. I hope you like it! Comment and Rate!


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