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One, you have to create wide moats and high towers and turrets to try and keep as many bad people out as possible.
Players aren’t taught in the tutorial which champions are best for certain roles, nor what they should do after they destroy the enemy’s first turret.
On its roof the armored version can bear the 441 pounds of the Hornet gun turret, Arquus' first venture into lightweight gun turrets.
Additionally, the weapon platform would carry an array of light cannons, with the gunner having 360 degrees field-of-view that was to be aided by a sighting turret at the top.
In fact, she was placed in a room—or rather an erection of three storeys or rooms—of stout lattice-work in a turret of the castle.
On the 20th the gates of the palace were battered in and the British flag was hoisted from its topmost turret.
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The walls of the castle are wonderfully complete, every tower and turret retaining its old-time battlements.
Sailors often call the little turret built around the mast, where they stand and look out over the sea, a "crow's nest."
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Later, the square tower was crowned with an octagonal turret, sometimes with a conical roof, as in Cremona and Modena cathedrals.
Finally he got up and half strutted, half staggered, to the turret, and stood under Kate's window.

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