The first known vessels date back about 10,000 years ago, but could not be described as ships. The first navigators began to use animal skins or woven fabrics as sails. Affixed to the top of a pole set upright in a boat, these sails gave early ships range. This allowed men to explore widely, allowing for the settlement of Oceania for example (about 3,000 years ago).
By around 3000 BC, Ancient Egyptians knew how to assemble wooden planks into a hull. They used woven straps to lash the planks together, and reeds orgrass stuffed between the planks helped to seal the seams. The Greek historian and geographer Agatharchides had documented ship-faring among the early Egyptians: "During the prosperous period of the Old Kingdom, between the 30th and 25th centuries B. C., the river-routes were kept in order, andEgyptian ships sailed the Red Sea as far as the myrrh-country." Sneferu's ancient cedar wood ship Praise of the Two Lands is the first reference recorded (2613 BC) to a ship being referred to by name.
wait what does that have to do with fire emble-
And I'll suffer endlessly,
This is why I have to be
You denied my happiness.
And now I shall return the world to
'Cause if I cannot feel joy,
No-one ever will.
but i still hate this game!
1: the king on the top left has a FUCKING CREEPY RAPE FACE!
2: azura is 100 percent foot fetish fuel
and the reel resin why i hate this game whit all my heart...
3: THE GAME IS FUCKING PREACHY!
The question is, how to preserve them all without feeling my heart break into two?
This could be a movie poster.