- Yes...but it's unused Oakar567 (talk) 16:02, 1 May 2017 (UTC)
Sheep conversion spell - extra notes
Maybe some of this is worth adding to the article? If not, it's still probably interesting information.
Disclaimer: I have limited experience with the first Age of Empires, and a lot of experience with 2 and 3. However, it's been years since I've played any of these games.
- The priest unit was present in AoE, where it could convert enemy units while making the "wololo" sound. The conversion was not instant and took some time.
- A similar unit was present in AoE 2, where it served a similar purpose (converting enemy units, and even buildings, if a certain technology is researched; the AoE 2 priest, or whatever is was called, did not make the "wololo" sound).
- The color choice is not accidental. All three AoE games set blue as the default color for the player faction (Faction 1) and red for Faction 2, which is likely to be hostile (and definitely will be hostile in a two faction game for obvious reasons). In addition, there was a faction color scheme option in 2 which set the player faction blue (regardless of its base color) and all hostile factions red (regardless of their base colors).
- The mob being sheep may be part of the reference. At least in 2 and 3 (but probably in 1 as well) sheep are spawned on the map as a food source. They can be controlled by a faction if it leads its units to the sheep; sheep controlled by one faction (F1) can be captured by another faction (F2) if F2 has units next to F1's sheep while F1 does not (it's probably more complicated than that, but priests are not required for the conversion).
- I have a lot of experience with that game, a long time ago. True that the priest unit worked this way, and that this is just about the first AoE game. However I'm not sure why all of this would be relevant to the article. It may be best to just declare the game reference, as Age of Empires is a 20year old classical RTS game of the previous millennium and has no content relation besides the awesome reference. If you can find an official statement about the reference to this game, you could use that as the reference on the page. – [ ] 12:03, 2 January 2018 (UTC)
Is there a meme found in minecraft???
I mean, Evokers can make the sound "wololo", which is a meme i know well! is this an easter egg, or did that very meme come from the minecraft evoker? –Preceding unsigned comment was added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) at 12:32, 30 March 2019 (UTC). Please sign your posts with ~~~~
- This meme originates from the Age of Empires game. This fact is listed in the Trivia section of the article. --AttemptToCallNil (report bug, view backtrace) 12:51, 30 March 2019 (UTC)
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- They are transcluded on other pages like chunk format which is why they're subpages. Nixinova T C 06:43, 27 August 2019 (UTC)