Colossus Collapse

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Part of the SummerGame2015 Game

Anyone who's ever heard of the Trojan horse probably already knows: the Ancient Greeks didn't like to do anything in small measures. They liked to hide inside giant horses and then jump out and conquer things! And when they were done conquering things they liked to build great, enormous statues to make sure that everyone for miles around knew about the thing they had conquered! And even though the Greeks in this badge didn't technically conquer anything, they still had reason to celebrate! See, in 305 BC a guy named Demetrius Poliorcetes laid siege to the Greek city of Rhodes. For one year he tried to cut off their supply ships, attacked their walls, and even built the biggest siege tower in history! The guy was super motivated. But despite all of this, Demetrius lost, the Rhodsians won and in celebration they decided to do what they did best--build a great, enormous statue! Figure out the titan-god depicted in this colossal statue for more ancient history!

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