There is no evidence that lemmings would deliberately jump off cliffs to their deaths. This so-called "unreasonable" and "compulsive" behavior was all made up by an award-winning 1958 Walt Disney television documentary "White Wilderness."
"White Wilderness" was filmed in Alberta, Canada. The filmmakers, led by principal photographer J.R. Simon, staged the supposed mass lemming suicide with the use of carefully planned angles and tight film editing techniques. In the film, the lemmings had to be imported from other places, since Alberta is not their natural habitat. The staged mass lemming suicide only used a few dozen lemmings, but the film edits were done to make it appear that there were more lemmings that threw themselves off a cliff.Learn More
The driftwood flit switch is earned after completing the quests "An Island Getaway," "Pest Control" and "Giftwood for Driftwood." After finishing the quests, the driftwood flit switch is obtained by revisiting the driftwood after a few days. Look for a wooden plank the player can walk up.Full Answer >
A Desmond Miles hoodie is a real-life replica of the original 3D hoodie worn by the "Assassin's Creed" game character Desmond Miles. Various versions of a Desmond Miles hoodie exist. Some include an eagle on the back as well as other varying details.Full Answer >
The Bowerstone Shelter and Orphanage is located on Old Quarter Road in Fable III. To get there, travel to Bowerstone Industrial and find the road by Reaver's factory. Players will find the orphanage on Old Quarter Road, surrounded by hedges.Full Answer >
"Empire: Total War" and "Napoleon: Total War" are two different computer games created by game developer Creative Assembly. "Empire: Total War" was released on March 3, 2009, and "Napoleon: Total War" was released on Feb. 23, 2010. Both games are real-time strategy games in which the player races against the clock while managing an army and doing battle against either the computer's artificial intelligence or other human players.Full Answer >