But now a rare siege engine has just come on the market costing as little as PS10million.
What does SE stand for?
SE stands for Siege Engine (gaming)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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- Service Establishment (Sprint)
- Service Evaluation (AT&T)
- Seven Eleven (convenience market chain)
- Sex Education
- Seychelles (Admiralty, Aldabra & Assumption)
- Shadow Elves (gaming)
- Sharky Extreme
- Sheets & Equipment (NYC Transit Authority)
- Shift Engineer
- Side Effects
Samples in periodicals archive:
The invention of torsion spring technology allowed development of a much larger "artillery" bow called the ballista (circa 300 BC), a siege engine manned by several individuals and capable of launching much larger projectiles, often stones or heavy spears.
The Mighty Siege Engines @ Caerphilly Castle on Sunday & Monday, 11am-4pm See and experience the power of Caerphilly''s medieval siege machines as members of the Company of Chivalry demonstrate their operation.
The articles on how European warfare itself was changed through an increased use of infantry and, eventually, strong siege engines, are particularly interesting.
So long a siege engine of both the Tigers and Cherry and Whites, it has hardly been an attacking staple of the men from Kingston Park over the years.
Happily, entry is much easier today, and visitors can enjoy the exhibitions, grand banqueting rooms, a display of working siege engines, and a huge leaning tower that out-leans that of Pisa.
With fantastic events like the breathtaking birds of prey, jousting and the world's largest trebuchet siege engine in action, it's not one to miss.
Swarming warrior armies clustered around giant cranes, more than 100 of them, ranged like ancient siege engines across a frontline almost two miles long.