Historical Figures

#1MidgardDragon99Posted 10/14/2010 3:46:52 PM
I believe Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, and Einstein all worked, but I couldn't find a fifth. Queen Elizabeth summoned a pirate woman with a crown who turned Andrew Jackson, George Washington, and Abraham Lincoln into pirates. :x

Anyone get the five hidden historical figures merit yet, and if so who'd you use?
#2Psycho_KirbyPosted 10/14/2010 3:48:57 PM
There is no Andrew Jackson. >_>

Anyway, the following historical figures are in the game: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Ben Franklin, Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare. There might be others I don't know about.
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#3Fibber_McGeePosted 10/14/2010 3:49:14 PM
I used Einstein, Cleopatra, Leonardo Da Vinci, Charles Darwin and Napoleon.
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#4MidgardDragon99(Topic Creator)Posted 10/14/2010 3:50:09 PM
Ah, I tried both Ben Franklin and Andrew Jackson, and knew only one of them worked, must've been Ben Franklin.
#5wutzgoodPosted 10/14/2010 3:51:20 PM
khan works

peter griffin in person
#6Fibber_McGeePosted 10/14/2010 3:53:38 PM
/couple more that work: Ghenghis Khan and Alexander the Great.
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#7Fibber_McGeePosted 10/14/2010 3:57:45 PM
Socrates works as well. Sadly, no Sigmund Freud, Billy the Kid or Joan of Arc. So much for that Bill and Ted's reunion.
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#8NintendoDudeGuyPosted 10/14/2010 4:48:06 PM
Piratic? So is there a Ninja-like word?
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#9pokedude900Posted 10/14/2010 4:52:25 PM
Einstein doesn't make Albert. It's just a synonym for genius.

And Jackson makes one of the developers. Multi-word nouns still work without spaces, so always test with that in mind.
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