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The T'au Empire (alternatively and formerly spelled Tau) is a fictional alien empire that appears in the setting of Warhammer 40,000. Warhammer 40,000 is a miniature wargame, and the Tau are one of the playable armies in the game.

In the fictional setting of Warhammer 40,000, the Tau Empire is a relatively small interstellar empire located on the fringe of the Imperium of Man. The Tau seek to conquer and subjugate all other intelligent species (including humans) under an ideology they call "the Greater Good".

  • 1 Warhammer 40,000 game mechanics (as of 8th Edition)
  • 2 Real-world history and development
  • 3 Notes
  • 4 References
  • 5 Bibliography
  • 6 External links

The Tau are oriented towards ranged warfare and generally die quickly in close quarters. They have some of the m…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 19 May 2020

List of Middle-earth Dwarves

Many of the fictional characters in J.R.R. Tolkien's legendarium are Dwarves, a short stocky race inhabiting the world of Arda (the Earth in an imagined mythological past). Dwarves lived in the continent Middle-earth, mostly under its mountains.

The names of many of Tolkien's Dwarves are derived from Norse mythology. Tolkien did not use diacritical marks for any names in The Hobbit, but in The Lord of the Rings he accentuated a number of names, including some which had appeared in The Hobbit. Thus, for example, Fili became Fíli, and Thrain became Thráin.

  • 1 Thorin's company
    • 1.1 Thorin II Oakenshield
      • 1.1.1 In film and other media
    • 1.2 Balin
  • 2 Petty-dwarves
    • 2.1 Mîm
    • 2.2 Ibûn
    • 2.3 Khîm
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References
    • 4.1 Other sources

Thorin's company consisted of the following 13 dwarves; the…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 20 June 2015


Borusa is a fictional character in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. He was a Time Lord, and a former teacher of the Doctor. Contents [hide] 1 Character Overview 2 Character Appearances 2.1 The Deadly Assassin 2.2 The Invasion of Time 2.3 Arc of Infinity 2.4 The Five Doctors 3 Appearances in Other Media Character Overview Borusa appeared in four serials throughout the course of Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin, The Invasion of Time, Arc of Infinity and The Five Doctors. Each time, Borusa was portrayed by a different actor, it being implied that the character had regenerated in the time between these serials and thus his appearance and personality were different in each story. It is said that Borusa was one of the D…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 16 April 2015

Birdo- blog version

Birdo, known in Japan as , is a fictional, anthropomorphic dinosaur-like creature featured in Nintendo's Mario series of video games. Nintendo has never made the exact nature of Birdo clear, appearing as both a particular character and a species of character, just as Yoshi from Super Mario World can refer either to a class of video game dinosaurs or a particular one. Birdo first appeared in the Japanese game Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic as a minor boss appearing at the end of many of the levels. Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic was later remade into Super Mario Bros. 2 for worldwide release, later known as Super Mario USA in Japan.

  • 1 Appearance
  • 2 Gender and species
  • 3 Language/Voice
  • 4 Voice artists
  • 5 References

Birdo is most frequently depicted as pink, although red, green…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 4 April 2015

TY the Tasmanian Tiger

Ty the Tasmanian Tiger is the first title in a video game series for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube produced by Krome Studios in 2002.

In 2004 a sequel, Bush Rescue was released on all the above platforms, in addition to Game Boy Advance. Also in 2004, DPS Film Roman and Krome Studios announced they would produce an animated cartoon series based on the game. In May 2005, Activision and Krome Studios signed a co-publishing agreement for the third installment of the series: Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 3: Night of the Quinkan. It was released in October of the same year.

  • 1 Story
  • 2 Gameplay
    • 2.1 Boomerangs
  • 3 Characters
    • 3.1 Protagonists
    • 3.2 Minor Characters
  • 4 Reception
  • 5 External links

Once, long ago, an epic battle ensued between Boss Cass, a Cassowary, and a family of Ta…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 22 March 2015

List of Warhammer: Apocalypse models

List of Warhammer Super heavy units

  • 1 Imperium
  • 2 Space marines
  • 3 Imperial Guard
  • 4 Space Orks
  • 5 Chaos
  • 6 Necron
  • 7 Tyranids

  • List of Titans

  • Baneblade variants
    • Hellblade
    • Shadowsword
    • Stormsword
    • Stormlord
    • Imperial Knight
    • Banesword
    • Doomhammer
    • Banehammer

  • Stompa

  • Khorne Lord of Skulls: top half of a huge figure in armour with the lower half consisting of tank treads.

  • Tesseract Vault
  • Necron Obelisk
  • Transcendent C'tan: These Ctan shards are more powerful than normal shards. In desperate times, Necron forces can unlseash the imprisoned C'tan to unleash its fury at its foes.

  • Sporocyte: acts as a dropship for the tyranids.
  • Tyranocyte: fortification that deplys ticklike into the ground.
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Sclera1 Sclera1 11 February 2015

Races and factions of Warcraft

The fantasy setting of the Warcraft series includes many fictional races and factions. Most of the primary protagonists of the series belong to either the Horde or the Alliance, however there are a variety of neutral races and factions, who are either friendly or hostile to both the Horde and the Alliance. All player characters belong to either the Horde or the Alliance, with a character's faction decided by its race. One exception is the pandaren, who can choose to become members of either faction.

By the time of Warcraft III the Horde and the Alliance both fight against the Burning Legion and the undead Scourge, who are the primary villains of Warcraft III and World of Warcraft. By the time of World of Warcraft, the Alliance and the Horde are not engag…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 21 December 2014

Space Empire Zangyack

with Barizorg (left) and Damarasu (right).]]

The }} are the fictional antagonists of the thirty-fifth Super Sentai Series Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, that battle the Gokaigers in order to invade and conquer the Earth.

  • 1 Fictional history
  • 2 Gill Family
    • 2.1 Akudos Gill
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

Zangyack's forces are a race of aliens who have conquered and destroyed untold numbers of planets across the galaxy and plan to invade Earth for their emperor Akudos Gill. The first invasion failed due to the interference of 34 Super Sentai teams in the . The second, current, invasion is being overseen by the emperor's son Warz Gill from his chariot-like flagship , stationed between Earth and its moon, with an armada at his command. After the Gokaigers killed off Warz…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 25 June 2014

Zero (Drakengard)

Zero (Drakengard) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Zero Drakengard character Zero DG3 official concept art.jpg Official artwork by Kimihiko Fujisaka First game Drakengard 3 (2013) Created by Taro Yoko Designed by Kimihiko Fujisaka Voiced by (English) Tara Platt[1] Voiced by (Japanese) Maaya Uchida[1] Zero (ゼロ Zero?) is the main protagonist and playable character of the 2013 action role-playing game Drakengard 3, the third main entry in the Drakengard series, developed by Access Games and published by Square Enix. She is also featured in the prequel manga Drag-on Dragoon 3: Utahime Five and the arcade game Lord of Vermilion III. Zero is an Intoner, one of a race of god-like beings who control magic through their singing abilities. In t…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 9 May 2014

E-102 Gamma

  • E-123 Omega
  • Metal Sonic
  • Shadow the Hedgehog

  • Gamma's profile at the Sonic News Network
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Sclera1 Sclera1 8 May 2014

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}} The are a fictional team of thieves in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series published by Sega. The team's history extends hundreds of years into the past, but the only three current members are the arrogant , the critical and technically-minded , and the dim-witted but physically strong . All three are anthropomorphic bird-like creatures descended from aliens.

The Rogues debuted in Sonic Riders, a racing game released in 2006, where antagonist Doctor Eggman hires them to compete against protagonists Sonic the Hedgehog, Tails, and Knuckles the Echidna in a board-racing tournament to win the Chaos Emeralds as a prize. They have since appeared in the sequels Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity and Sonic Free Riders, two other games in cameo form, and the …

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Sclera1 Sclera1 8 May 2014

List of Sonic the Hedgehog comic book characters


This article lists the fictional characters in Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog comic series. Characters in the comics tend to have three separate origins; some of the characters originated from the Sonic the Hedgehog animated series (although technically appeared in the comic first), some originate from the Sonic the Hedgehog video games and the rest were created strictly for the comic.

Many of the characters in the third category have come under copyright dispute, and thus have ceased to appear in the comics from issue #244 onwards, after one of the previous writers, Ken Penders, instigated legal action claiming ownership over all his prior work on the comic and concepts held within it. As a result, the comic underwent a soft reboot, wiping most of…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 13 March 2014

Chaos Emeralds

from a side view.]]

The are seven fictional gemstones from the Sonic the Hedgehog video games. According to the primary series each Chaos Emerald has mystical properties and abilities, and the holder of the gems can use them for a variety of purposes, including transforming into a powerful "super form". The emeralds serve varying purposes in each game and sometimes are of no use to the player at all, examples of this are Sonic 3D Blast and Sonic The Hedgehog(The Game). The emeralds are commonly and traditionally collected within a Special Stage.

  • 1 Game Background
  • 2 Role in the games
  • 3 Chaos Control
    • 3.1 Other Chaos Powers
  • 4 Master Emerald
  • 5 Guardians
  • 6 References

In the original Sega release of Sonic The Hedgehog there were only six Chaos Emeralds and when they we…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 27 January 2014

Gex (series)

Gex is a video game series about a gecko with a passion for TV. He gets in and out of many predicaments, usually involving the evil Rez. He is voiced by comedian Dana Gould.

  • 1 The games
    • 1.1 GEX
      • 1.1.1 Game information
      • 1.1.2 The plot
      • 1.1.3 Game overview
        • Game worlds
        • Gex moves
      • 1.1.4 Memorable quotes
    • 1.2 Gex: Enter the Gecko
      • 1.2.1 Game information
      • 1.2.2 The plot
      • 1.2.3 Game overview
        • TV rejects
        • This gecko moves
      • 1.2.4 Memorable quotes
    • 1.3 Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko
      • 1.3.1 Game information
      • 1.3.2 The plot
  • 2 See also
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

The 2D game, released August 28, 1996 and August 30, 1996, was published by Crystal Dynamics and Microsoft for Sega Saturn, PC, 3DO, and PlayStation. The ESRB rating is E.

Gex is a gecko who becomes attached to the television after his fat…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 22 January 2014

Diddy Kong

is a fictional character in the Donkey Kong series of video games, first appearing in the 1994 game Donkey Kong Country. He lives on Donkey Kong Island in the Kongo Jungle, and is identified by his red hat, which has a Nintendo logo on it, and shirt. He is Donkey Kong's buddy and sidekick. He is described as the "nephew wannabe" of Donkey Kong in the Donkey Kong Country manual.
  • 1 Concept and creation
  • 2 1994–1997
  • 3 Videogames
  • 4 References

During the development of Donkey Kong Country, Diddy was originally meant to be an updated version of Donkey Kong Jr. Not liking the radical changes Rare had made to Donkey Kong Jr., Nintendo told them that they could either use Donkey Kong Jr.'s original appearance for Donkey Kong Country or rename their new version of him. De…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 8 January 2014

Captain Qwark

Copernicus Leslie Qwark, better known by his short name Captain Qwark is a major recurring character in the Ratchet & Clank video game series. He wears green tights with a blue stripe down the middle and a blue and black atom with a lightning bolt that vaguely resembles the letter Q. He also wears a yellow belt on his waist and has an antenna on his head. Qwark's role was initially a self-serving enemy of Ratchet and Clank, but has become less antagonistic in the later games.

His appearance suggests a possible homage to the original costume of Captain Marvel from Marvel Comics. The green color scheme, shape of the face mask and chest insignia all boast similarities, not to mention that both characters originate as space-faring heroes.

He is voi…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 10 December 2013

Mega Man (character)

Mega Man, also spelled Megaman, known as in Japan, is a title character and the protagonist of the Mega Man series by Capcom.

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Sclera1 Sclera1 10 December 2013

Megaman- previous

}} (from the phrase "Rock n Roll") in Japan, is a video game character, created by Keiji Inafune and is the title character of what has been referred to as the original Mega Man series developed by Capcom since 1987.

The version of Mega Man from the Battle Network series has briefly appeared in the first two games in the Mega Man Starforce series to give the main character a rapid fire weapon called the Battle Network Blaster or BN Blaster.

  • 1 Character
    • 1.1 Fictional history
    • 1.2 Abilities
    • 1.3 Weaknesses
    • 1.4 Personality and themes
  • 2 References
    • 2.1 Notes

Sometime during the 21st century, robotics genius Dr. Thomas Light worked to create a humanoid robot. This robot would demonstrate an advanced artificial intelligence program that would allow it to make decisions for i…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 9 December 2013

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Sclera1 Sclera1 9 December 2013

Halo (megastructure)

are visible at bottom. From the video game Halo 3, 2007.]]

Halos are fictional megastructures and superweapons in the Halo video game series. They are referred to as "Installations" by their AI monitors, and are collectively referred to as "the Array" by the installations' creators, the Forerunners. The series' alien antagonists, the Covenant, refer to the structures as the "Sacred Rings", believing them to form part of a greater religious prophecy known as "The Great Journey". According to Halo's fiction, the Forerunners built the rings to contain and study the Flood, an infectious alien parasite. The rings also act together as a weapon of last resort; when fired, the rings kill any sentient life capable of falling prey to the Flood, starvi…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 6 December 2013

Equipment in Warhammer 40,000

Within the Warhammer 40,000 fictional universe, some races use weapons and equipment similar to that used by the Imperium, while others use radically different tools.

  • 1 General terms
    • 1.1 Combi-weapons
      • 1.1.1 Allied Weapons
    • 1.2 Battlesuits
      • 1.2.1 Crisis Suits
        • Model
        • Crisis Suit Weapons
        • Support Systems
        • Battlesuit Wargear
      • 1.2.2 XV88 Broadside Battlesuit
        • Model
      • 1.2.3 Stealth Suits
        • Model
  • 2 References
  • 3 See also

A combi-weapon is a portmanteau of the English words "combination" and "weapon". In the Warhammer 40,000 game rules, it is used to refer to a special type of weapon which is actually a fusion of two weapons, one usually the most common ranged weapon for the particular faction. For example, a Space Marine combi-plasma would be a combi…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 16 November 2013

Pac-Man (character)

Pac-Man is the protagonist of the popular series of the same name who primarily starred in the arcade game Pac-Man. Ever since its release in the United States, the character has been successful–he spawned Pac-Man merchandise with his image, from t-shirts to toys to handheld video game imitations and even specially shaped pasta; also, a television series produced by Hanna–Barbera aired on ABC from 1982 to 1983.

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Sclera1 Sclera1 8 November 2013

List of planets in the Metroid series

This is a list of planets withoin the Metroid franchise.

  • 1 Planets
    • 1.1 Aether
    • 1.2 Tallon IV
    • 1.3 Phaaze
    • 1.4 Space Pirate Homeworld
    • 1.5 SR-388
    • 1.6 Zebes
  • 2 Other planets
  • 3 References

A planet temporarily split into two parallel dimensions in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes.

It was originally inhabited by race of insect-like Luminoth, but when a meteor came, it divided the planet into two dimensions: light and dark, as well as created the Ing.

A planet formerly inhabited by Chozo in the Metroid Prime video game. All life on the planet was horribly mutated following the crash of a toxic asteroid. Later games mention the mutagen destroyed and the planet slowly recovering.

Appearances: Metroid Prime

A planet that is the source of all phazon and phazon corruption throughout the…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 7 November 2013

Link (The Legend of Zelda)

  • Link at
  • All The Links at UGO
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Sclera1 Sclera1 7 November 2013

List of fictional planets by medium

This is a list of fictional planets organized by the medium in which they primarily appear.

  • 1 Novels and short stories
    • 1.1 Adams, Douglas
    • 1.2 Anthony, Piers
    • 1.3 Asimov, Isaac
    • 1.4 Bear, Greg
    • 1.5 Brin, David
    • 1.6 Bujold, Lois McMaster
    • 1.7 Clement, Hal
    • 1.8 David, Peter
    • 1.9 De Camp, L. Sprague
    • 1.10 Farmer, Philip Jose
    • 1.11 Feist, Raymond E.
    • 1.12 Forward, Robert L.
    • 1.13 Hamilton, Peter F.
    • 1.14 Herbert, Frank
    • 1.15 Heinlein, Robert A.
    • 1.16 Le Guin, Ursula K.
    • 1.17 Lem, Stanisław
    • 1.18 L'Engle, Madeleine
    • 1.19 McCaffrey, Anne
    • 1.20 Niven, Larry
    • 1.21 Niven and Pournelle
    • 1.22 Pournelle, Jerry
    • 1.23 Reynolds, Alastair
    • 1.24 Silverberg, Robert
    • 1.25 Simmons, Dan
    • 1.26 Smith, E. E.
    • 1.27 Strugatsky, Boris and Arkady
    • 1.28 Vance, Jack
    • 1.29 Weber, David
    • 1.30 Westerfeld, Scott
    • 1.31 Other Authors
  • 2 Comics
    • 2.1 Calvin and Hobbes
    • 2.2 DC Comic…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 6 November 2013

Chimera (Resistance: Fall of Man)

This page is about the fictional race in the video game Resistance: Fall of Man. For other uses see Chimera

The Chimera are a fictional alien-like race that are the main enemies in the videogame Resistance: Fall of Man. It is not explained in the game where the Chimera come from or what they really are, though they are believed to be the result of a biological experiment gone wrong. They quickly spread throughout Russia and eventually Europe and parts of Asia by infecting humans with a transformative virus which turns people into Chimera.

The Chimera apparently originated from inside an isolationist Czarist Russia in the game's alternate history. From the 1930s to the 1940s they remained in Russia. In the late 1930s, British spies had discovered t…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 30 October 2013

List of Rayman characters


The following is a list of fictional characters from the Rayman video games Rayman, Rayman 2: The Great Escape, Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc, Rayman Arena and Rayman Raving Rabbids.

  • 1 Rayman
    • 1.1 Personality
  • 2 Mr. Dark
    • 2.1 Mr. Dark's minions
      • 2.1.1 Bosses from Rayman
      • 2.1.2 Hybrid Bosses (as found in Rayman)
  • 3 Globox
    • 3.1 Personality
  • 4 Ly the Fairy
    • 4.1 Personality
    • 4.2 Appearances
    • 4.3 In Rayman 2
    • 4.4 In Rayman M/Arena
    • 4.5 In Rayman 3
    • 4.6 On the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS
  • 5 Murfy
    • 5.1 Personality
    • 5.2 Murfy in Rayman 2
    • 5.3 Murfy in Rayman Arena
    • 5.4 Murfy in Rayman 3
    • 5.5 Murfy in Rayman Origins
    • 5.6 Murfy in Rayman Legends
    • 5.7 Murfy's background
  • 6 Barbara
  • 7 Count Razoff
  • 8 Knaaren
    • 8.1 Reflux
  • 9 Dark Rayman
  • 10 Dark Globox
  • 11 Razorbeard
    • 11.1 Appearances in other Rayman games
    • 11.2 Other appearances
  • 12 Sergueï
  • 13 Jano
  • 14 Rigatoni
    • 14.1 Ha…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 29 October 2013

xenomorph- latest


The "Alien" (sometimes referred to as a "Xenomorph") An Alien-based attraction at the Magic Kingdom entered early development stages before being reworked into ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter.

  • 1 See also
  • 2 References
    • 2.1 Citations
    • 2.2 Bibliography

  • List of Alien morphs in the Alien franchise
  • Aliens (comic book)
  • Predator (alien)

  • Alien – Released on May 25, 1979 – On-line script. Retrieved March 2, 2007.
  • Aliens – Released on June 18, 1986 – On-line script. Retrieved March 2, 2007.
  • Alien 3 – Released on May 22, 1992 – On-line script. Retrieved March 2, 2007.
  • Alien: Resurrection – Released on November 26, 1997 – On-line script. Retrieved March 2, 2007.
  • Aliens versus Predator (computer game).
  • Aliens versus Predator 2 (computer game).
  • Aliens Colonial Marines Technical …

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Sclera1 Sclera1 29 October 2013

Dr. Eggman

  • List of Sonic the Hedgehog video game characters

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Sclera1 Sclera1 27 October 2013

Meta Knight

is a video game character that appears in many Kirby games. His first appearance was in Kirby's Adventure, yet his name was not known in the US until Kirby's Avalanche. His mysterious nature has lead him playing more of a "friend or foe" role and less of an actual playable character throughout the Kirby series.

Meta Knight wields a powerful sword, and wears a blue cloak and light blue-silver mask. In some games, his mask is removed, revealing that he looks like Kirby, except that he's blue (originally black

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Sclera1 Sclera1 26 October 2013

Space Pirate (Metroid)- experimental page

The Space Pirates were an antagonistic group/race in the Metroid game series and the enemies Aran, because her parents were killed in one of their raids. Most of their plans involved the use of alien organisms known as metroids as a form of bioweapon.

In the first game, Metroid, they stole a lifeform from a research facility to their base on Zebes in order to use them as a bioweapon.

The design of the pirates have changed during the series. They were absent during the first iteration of the game, with only the leaders of the space pirates: Ridley, Kraid and Motherbrain were present. However, they appear in the remake

  • Zebesians
  • Space pirate trooper
  • Shadow Pirate
  • stealthed pirates armed with only a sword.
  • Space Pirate beam troopers
  • Elite Pirate


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Sclera1 Sclera1 7 October 2013

List of Command & Conquer factions

Command & Conquer is a real-time strategy video game series which revolves around conflicts between various competing factions vying for world domination. There are three different storylines, each with three main factions, as well as various minor factions. The majority of these are based on real-world human organizations, such as the Soviet Union and the United States of America, with a single one, the Scrin, being alien.

  • 1 Tiberium series
    • 1.1 Global Defense Initiative
  • 2 Generals series
    • 2.1 People's Republic of China
    • 2.2 Global Liberation Army
    • 2.3 United States of America
    • 2.4 European Union
    • 2.5 Asian Pacific Alliance
  • 3 Reception
  • 4 References

The Tiberium series, which includes the original Command and Conquer game, is set in an alternate history. The three main f…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 5 October 2013

List of recurring Tomb Raider characters

This is a list of recurring characters that appear through the game series, Tomb Raider.

Jacqueline Natla is the primary antagonist of the entire Tomb Raider series. Natla was one of the members of the triumvirate ruling the lost continent of Atlantis. However, she was later condemned for her misuse of power and was imprisoned in a capsule by the other two rulers, Qualopec and Tihocan. After escaping from her prison in 1945 during a nuclear test in Los Alamos, New Mexico, she took on the name Jacqueline and founded her own company called Natla Technologies using her scientific expertise and cunning. In 1996 she hired adventurer Lara Croft to search for Qualopec's piece of the Atlantean Scion in his Tomb located in Peru. Shortly after finding the art…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 5 October 2013

Lara Croft

Lara Croft is a fictional character and the protagonist of the Square Enix (previously Eidos Interactive) video game series Tomb Raider. She is presented as a beautiful, intelligent, and athletic English archaeologist-adventuress who ventures into ancient, hazardous tombs and ruins around the world. Created by a team at UK developer Core Design that included Toby Gard, the character first appeared in the 1996 video game Tomb Raider. She has also appeared in video game sequels, printed adaptations, a series of animated short films, feature films (portrayed by Angelina Jolie), and merchandise related to the series. Official promotion of the character includes a brand of apparel and accessories, action figures, and model portrayals. Croft has also been li…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 7 September 2013

Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction

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Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction is a video game based on Ben 10: Ultimate Alien and is the fifth game in the Ben 10: Video Games series.

  • 1 Storyline
    • 1.1 Chapter 1: The Catacombs (Rome, Italy)
    • 1.2 Chapter 2: Eiffel Tower (Paris, France)
    • 1.3 Chapter 3: Devil’s Tower (Wyoming, USA)
    • 1.4 Chapter 4: The Great Wall (Beijing, China)
    • 1.5 Chapter 5: Tokyo Nights (Tokyo, Japan)
    • 1.6 Chapter 6: The Amazon (Amazon, Brazil)
    • 1.7 Chapter 7: The Colosseum (Rome, Italy)
    • 1.8 Chapter 8: The Final Battle (Tokyo, Japan)
  • 2 Cast
  • 3 Levels
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Ben, Gwen and Kevin are fighting a group of Forever Knights in a catacomb in Rome. Ben tries to transform to help Gwen and Kevin fight the Forever Knights, but Jimmy Jones keeps trying to call Ben…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 18 August 2013

Tomb Kings (Warhammer)- latest

In Games Workshop's Warhammer Fantasy fictional universe, Tomb Kings is an army in the Warhammer Fantasy Battle game. Up until and including the fifth edition of Warhammer, there was an all-inclusive Undead army, with the skeletons and mummies being the predecessor to what would be known as the Tomb Kings. For the sixth edition in 2002, the Undead were split into the Tomb Kings and Vampire Counts (considered more of a direct successor to the old Undead) with an expanded back-story that details the rife between the two factions. The current Army Book of the Tomb Kings was released in May 2011 for the Eighth Edition of Warhammer Fantasy.

  • 1 History
  • 2 Religion
  • 3 Development history
  • 4 Tomb King Characters
  • 5 Army Structure
  • 6 See also

The Tomb Kings were once rulers…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 18 August 2013

Tomb King (Warhammer)- old

Tomb Kings are one of the forces in Games Workshop's Warhammer Fantasy setting. They are all undead, with an evident ancient Egyptian theme, with additional themes taken from the 1999 movie The Mummy.

The Tomb Kings were once rulers of Nehekhara, a vast kingdom analogous to ancient Egypt and the Mesopotamian civilizations. The rulers were led to believe that they would rule paradise in the afterlife, and were thus entombed so that they were prepared for this. Hundreds of years later, an evil wizard by the name of Nagash usurped the throne and attempted to turn these dead kings into his personal undead army. He eventually failed, but his attempt caused the kings to awaken as undead and turned the great nation into a vast desert. The kings we…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 18 August 2013

Necrons (wikipedia)

In the table-top wargame Warhammer 40,000, the Necrons are a mysterious skeletal robot-like race that have lain dormant and largely unknown by the other races of the universe for sixty four million years, and are reemerging in the distant future of the Warhammer 40,000 universe.

New miniatures and a new codex were released on November 7, 2011. Among the changes the new codex will introduce is a complete reboot of the Necrons' backstory. In the beginning the Necrontyr (as their former living forms were called) started out as scientifically advanced alien race, who were obsessed with extending their very short life spans. Upon meeting the "Old Ones" - an ancient race who enjoyed near immortality - the Necrontyr's jealousy caused them to go to war w…

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Characters in the Darksiders series

  • 1 Nephilim
  • 2 The Old Ones
    • 2.1 Makers
    • 2.2 Ulthane
    • 2.3 The Burning Council
      • 2.3.1 Watchers
  • 3 Demons
    • 3.1 The Chosen
  • 4 References

The Nephilem were a fusion of angel and demons that were created by the demon Lillith, and fought a war against creation.

  • War: the playable protagonist in Darksiders and is the youngest of the four horsemen. His main weapon is his sword Chaoseater and can transform into a large fiery demon.
    • Ruin: War's steed
  • Death: The oldest of the four horsemen and the leader. he is the playing protagonist in Darksiders II. he is armed with the reaper, and transforms into the Grim reaper
  • Fury: The only female horseman
  • Strife
  • Absolom

Also known as the Black Hammer. Responsible for the creation of teh Armageddon sword and encountered

a set of 3 stone heads th…

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Necron- updated draft

  • 1 Necron Units
    • 1.1 HQ
    • 1.2 Elites
    • 1.3 Troops
    • 1.4 Fast Attack
    • 1.5 Heavy Support

In the game, Necrons advantages include their devastating Gauss weapons, powerful and versatile Wargear, and their ability to self-repair. Their biggest weaknesses is their low number of unit types and high points cost. If a Necron army is reduced to 25% of its original strength (determined by remaining models in play), the remaining forces "phase out", and the opposing player(s) win instantly. On the battlefield, he has various abilities which target enemy units' morale and leadership. The Nightbringer is (literally) death incarnate in the 40K universe, and is considered to be the most dangerous of the C'tan, having implanted himself as the personification of death in ever…

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Adrian Shephard

Corporal Adrian Shephard is the silent player character and protagonist in Half-Life: Opposing Force, the first expansion pack, by Gearbox Software, for the first-person shooter computer game Half-Life.

Shephard, a 22-year old U.S. Marine Corporal assigned to the Hazardous Environment Combat Unit (HECU) from the fictional Santego Military Base in Arizona, is one of the personnel sent into the Black Mesa Research Facility to kill the aliens and later silence the witnesses, especially a scientist named Gordon Freeman, the player character in the original game. However, during the events subsequent to the "Resonance Cascade", Adrian finds himself separated from his unit and fighting for his life.

Unlike the other Marines, he works with the increasingly dis…

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Sclera1 Sclera1 13 August 2013

Robot Master

In the original Mega Man series, the term "Robot Master" refers to a special kind of robot or android that possesses a very advanced level of artificial intelligence. There are roughly one hundred thirty six Robot Masters. According to series canon, the Robot Master AI system is jointly credited to Dr. Thomas Light and Dr. Albert Wily. Most Robot Masters possess a unique identification code, consisting of a two-letter "series code" followed by one of N, No, or #, then a three-digit "serial number" (except for the Genesis Unit, which uses two digits).

Robot Masters have AIs vastly superior to the smaller, minor robots within the Mega Man universe. This, even more than their generally humanoid appearance (Sniper Joes are also humanoid in appearanc…

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List of Mega Man characters

This is a list of characters from the Mega Man series. In Japan, the Mega Man series is known as Rockman.

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Silverbolt (Transformers)

Silverbolt was an autobot and a member of the aerialbots.

  • 1 Transformers: Generation 1
  • 2 Transformers universe
  • 3 Transformers Animated
  • 4 Transformers Prime

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The are the main enemies of the Nintendo DS game Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time. They are an evil alien race that invades the Mushroom Kingdom of the past.

  • 1 General Information
    • 1.1 Physical Traits
    • 1.2 Language
    • 1.3 Technology
  • 2 The Invasion
  • 3 The Shroob Princesses
  • 4 Shroob Varieties
    • 4.1 Basic Shroobs
    • 4.2 Shrooboids
    • 4.3 Swiggler
    • 4.4 Yoob
    • 4.5 Mushroob Enemies

Although Shroobs come in numerous forms, a typical Shroob resembles a purple-colored mushroom. It has red eyes, most probable from lack of exposure to light. Its hands have claw-like pinchers.

Shroobs speak in a unique language made up of raspy growls and written in bizarre symbols. Initially, none of the characters can interpret the language, but over time it becomes more understandable, from jumbled phrases …

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Space Marine (W40k)- latest

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In the fictional universe of Warhammer 40,000 created by Games Workshop, Space Marines are genetically modified superhuman soldiers, the elite warriors of the Imperium of Man. The Space Marines are the most popular playable army

The only information Games Workshop has ever released that directly addresses them can be found in False Gods, Mechanicum, The First Heretic, A Thousand Sons, Prospero Burns and The Lightning Tower (Dan Abnett).

  • Priestly, Rick, Warhammer 40,000 Rogue Trader, Games Workshop, Nottingham, 1987, ISBN 1-869893-23-9
  • Warhammer 40,000 5th edition rule book, Games Workshop, Nottingham 2008

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Space marines- proper

Space Marines (Warhammer 40,000) Originally known as the Angels of Death, the Space Marines are one of the major forces available in the table-top wargame Warhammer 40,000. Also known as the Adeptus Astartes, they are elite soldiers, enhanced further by a combination of powered armour, intensive gene therapy, surgical modifications, and hypnotic indoctrination. An Ultramarines Tactical Squad The Space Marines The Space Marines are the most commonly played force in the game of Warhammer 40,000. Each individual Space Marine is a hardy warrior, with above-average firepower, close-range combat ability and baroque powered armour. They are considered to be the finest warriors of the Imperium of Man; elite supersoldiers who can be counted on to …

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Necrons- latest

In the table-top wargame Warhammer 40,000, the Necrons are a mysterious robot-like race that have lain dormant and largely unknown by the other races of the universe for sixty million years, and are reemerging in the distant future of the Warhammer 40,000 universe. On the battlefield he has various abilities which target enemy units morale and leadership. The Nightbringer is death incarnate in the 40K universe, and is considered to be the most dangerous of the C'tan, having implanted himself as the personification of death in every species' racial memory (The Krork being the only exception). On the battlefield he excels in close combat.

  • 1 HQ
  • 2 Elites
  • 3 Troops
  • 4 Fast Attack
  • 5 Heavy Support
  • 6 Necron Weapons
  • 7 Living Metal
  • 8 Spacecraft
  • 9 References
  • 10 External links


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Titan (Warhammer 40,000)

Class of giant robots

  • 1 List of Titans
    • 1.1 Imperial Titans
      • 1.1.1 Imperial Knights
      • 1.1.2 Warhound-class Titan
    • 1.2 Chaos Titans
    • 1.3 Ork equivalents
    • 1.4 Eldar equivalents
    • 1.5 Tyranid Bio-titans
  • 2 Computer games

  • Reaver Battle Titans
  • Warlord Battle Titans
  • Emperor Battle Titans

Smallest one-manned titan

Smallest class of Titan in the Imperium, but bigger than the Imperial Knights.

  • Reaver Battle Titans
  • Warlord Battle Titans
  • Emperor Battle Titans
  • Chaos Knights
  • Chaos Warhound-class Titan
  • Feral Titan
  • Ravager Titan
  • Chaos Warlord Titans
  • Chaos Emperor Titans
    • Imperator-class
    • Warmonger-class

In the Winter Assault expansion pack for Dawn of War, the Imperial Guard (with the space marines), the Eldar, Orks and Chaos fight each other in order to gain a crashed Imperator- class titan on Lorn …

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ork- Warhammer


The orks are a race from the fictional Warhammer 40,000 universe. They are described as being muscular humanoids, with green skin and a penchant for violence. The orks live for war and constantly fight anything in sight, including each other. In many ways they are analogous to (and based upon) the orcs of Games Workshop's Warhammer Fantasy setting, although differences have emerged as the two universes have become officially separated. Alongside the Space Marines, Orks are one of the most iconic elements of the Warhammer 40,000 universe.

  • 1 Appearance
  • 2 Gameplay
  • 3 Physiology
  • 4 Language
  • 5 Culture
  • 6 Weapons
  • 7 Ork Warbosses
  • 8 See also
  • 9 Notes
  • 10 References

The general appearance of Warhammer 40k orks is fairly typical of other orcs; they have a large-boxy build with varyin…

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