The Mirror Universe (also referred in code as The Looking Glass) is a fictional parallel universe in which the plots of several Star Trek television episodes take place. It resembles the fictional universe in which most of the Star Trek TV series takes place, but is separate from the main universe and not normally accessible, and there are several differences between the normal and mirror universes which drive plots of various episodes. The Mirror Universe has featured in a number of different Star Trek series. It is named for "Mirror, Mirror", the original series episode in which it first appeared.
- 1 Overview
- 2 See also
- 3 References
- 4 External links
]] The characters in the Mirror Universe are generally the same as the characters in "normal" Star Trek continui…
is a character in the Mario series of video games from
Nintendo. He is typically depicted as a turtle-like creature (a
Koopa Troopa in Mario terms) with a green shell, orange or
yellow body, and thick, black glasses. He usually rides in a
cloud with a
smiling face (known as Jugem's Cloud). The name Lakitu is also used
for an entire race of Koopas, most of whom fly about in this
fashion. The origin and pronunciation of the name Lakitu are
unknown, but the Japanese and English
names do not appear to be related.
Lakitu is one of the few Mario enemies to have appeared in the series from the beginning. This puts Lakitu into the same pantheon as foes such as Goombas, Koopa Troopas, Bullet Bills and Piranha Plants. Unlike most of these other enemy characters, ho…
- 1 Progenitor Virus
- 2 T-Virus
- 2.1 Zombie
- 3 G virus
- 4 T-Veronica Virus
- 5 T-Abyss Virus
created from a virus found in a rare African flower, known as "Stairway to the Sun", which has grown underground.
- most notable infectees icnlude Lisa Trevor.
known as the Tyrant virus. The most commonly encountered virus found in most of the game series.
created from infecting Leeches with the Progenitor virtus.
- created by William Birkin.
- drastic mutation and constantly changing form.
created from merging the T-virus with an underwater virus found in deep sea fish.
The following is a list of characters in the Command & Conquer series by Westwood Studios and Electronic Arts.
- 1 GDI
- 1.1 GDI in Command & Conquer
- 1.2 GDI in Renegade
- 1.3 GDI in Tiberian Sun
- 1.4 GDI in Tiberium Wars
- 1.5 GDI in Kane's Wrath
- 1.6 GDI in Tiberian Twilight
- 2 Nod
- 2.1 Nod in Red Alert
- 2.2 Nod in Command & Conquer
- 2.3 Nod in Renegade
- 2.4 Nod in Tiberian Sun
- 2.5 Nod in Tiberium Wars
- 2.6 Nod in Kane's Wrath
- 2.7 Nod in Tiberian Twilight
- 3 Allied
- 3.1 Allied in Red Alert
- 4 References
This is a list of the Global Defense Initiative (GDI) characters.
- Mark Sheppard
- The first supreme commander of the multinational GDI task force. Sheppard was a United States general before being tapped to run the newly formed GDI. He is one of two people who frequently brief the player about the next mission. An o…
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Ben 10 is an American animated series created by "Man of Action" (a group consisting of Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, and Steven T. Seagle), and produced by Cartoon Network Studios. The pilot episode aired on December 27, 2005, as part of a sneak peek of Cartoon Network's Saturday morning lineup. The second episode was shown as a special on Cartoon Network's Fridays on January 13, 2006. The final…
- 1 Weapons
- 1.1 Gauss weapons
- 1.1.1 Gauss Flayer
- 1.1.2 Gauss Blaster
- 1.1.3 Gauss Cannon
- 1.1.4 Heavy Gauss Cannon
- 1.1.5 Gauss Flux Arc Projector
- 1.2 Other weapons
- 1.2.1 Staff of Light
- 1.2.2 Warscythe
- 1.2.3 Particle Projector
- 1.2.4 Particle Whip
- 1.1 Gauss weapons
- 2 Equipment
- 2.1 Chronometron
- 2.2 Disruption Field
- 2.3 Destroyer Body
- 2.4 Gaze of Flame
- 2.5 Lightning Field
- 2.6 Nightmare Shroud
- 2.7 Phase Shifter
- 2.8 Phylactery
- 2.9 Resurrection Orb
- 2.10 Solar Pulse
- 2.11 Veil of Darkness
- 3 Vehicles
- 3.1 Land bound
- 3.1.1 Monolith
- 3.1.2 Pylon
- 3.1.3 Tomb Stalker
- 3.1.4 Eternal Engines of Destruction
- 3.2 Spacecraft
- 3.2.1 Cairn class Tombship
- 3.2.2 Scythe class Harvest Ship
- 3.2.3 Shroud class Light Cruiser
- 3.2.4 Jackal class Raider
- 3.2.5 Dirge class Raider
- 3.1 Land bound
The most common Necron armaments are Gauss weapons which, although named as such by the Imp…
Shuttlecraft are fictional Star Trek vehicles built for short trips in Space, such as between a planetary surface and orbit. Also referred to as Shuttles, their introduction preceded the development of the Space Shuttle.
Prior to Star Trek science fiction productions from Forbidden Planet to Rocky Jones, Space Ranger assumed that a long-range Starship would land on planets. Gene Roddenberry's original premise stated that the Starship Enterprise rarely lands. Given the special effects complexity of landing a giant starship each week, "rarely" was quickly changed to "never". Star Treks penultimate episode, the last in a regular time slot, had aired on March 14, 1969. On January 5, 1972, President Richard Nixon formally announced development of the Space Shut…
Sam & Max is a media franchise focusing on the fictional characters of Sam and Max, the Freelance Police. The characters, who occupy a universe that parodies American popular culture, were created by Steve Purcell in his youth, and later debuted in a 1987 comic book series. The characters have since been the subject of a graphic adventure video game developed by LucasArts, a television series produced for Fox in cooperation with Nelvana Limited, and a series of episodic adventure games developed by Telltale Games. In addition, a variety of machinima and a webcomic have been produced for the series.
The characters are a pair of anthropomorphic, vigilante private investigators based in a dilapidated office block in New York City. Sam is a calculative six-foot do…
Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects is a six-issue comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics. The series was written by Greg Pak and drawn by Renato Arlem. It was a tie-in and prequel to the Electronic Arts video game Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects.
- 1 Synopsis
- 2 Original
- 2.1 Dr. Niles Van Roekel
- 2.2 Brigade
- 2.3 Fault Zone
- 2.4 Hazmat
- 2.5 Johnny Ohm
- 2.6 Paragon
- 2.7 Solara
- 2.8 The Wink
- 3 External links
An alien scientist named Doctor Niles Van Roekel performs a bizarre scientific experiment aboard a space ship. He injects a green serum into an animal test subject and watches it transform into a larger, stronger creature.
A second ship docks with the science vessel. One of the crew members alerts Doctor Roekel that an aggressive alien species h…
(left) encounters the Flood in Halo:
Combat Evolved (2001)]]
The Flood are fictional parasitic alien life forms in the Halo video game series created by Bungie . They are introduced in Halo: Combat Evolved as a second enemy faction alongside the Covenant, and return in sequels Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo Wars. The Flood are driven by a desire to infect any sentient life they encounter, and are depicted as such a threat that the ancient Forerunners were forced to kill themselves and all other sentient life nearly 100,000 years ago in an effort to starve the Flood to death.
The Flood's design and fiction was spearheaded by Bungie artist Robert McLees, who utilized unused concepts from the earlier Bungie game Marathon 2. The ringworld Halo was stripped of many of…
Batman's adversary Bane is a comic book character, but has appeared in several other forms of media. He has been portrayed by Robert Swenson in Batman & Robin and Tom Hardy in The Dark Knight Rises. Henry Silva, Joaquim de Almeida, Ron Perlman, Clancy Brown, Michael Dorn, Danny Trejo, Héctor Elizondo, Carlos Alazraqui, Fred Tatasciore, Jason Liebrecht, and Steven Blum have all provided voice work for the character. Peter Marinker voices Bane in the radio adaption of Batman: Knightfall.
as Bane in Batman & Robin (1997).]]
Bane appears in the live-action film Batman & Robin (1997) as a tertiary villain. His last film before his death in 1997, former WCW wrestler Robert Swenson played Bane. Unlike the DC comics character, this incarnation of Bane has a real name, Antonio Diego…
This is a list of planets appearing in the fictional Transformers storyline.
- 1 Antilla
- 2 Athenia
- 3 Chaar
- 4 Cheynne
- 5 Cybertron
- 6 Vs'Qs
- 7 Xetaxxis
- 8 Zamojin
- 9 Zarak
- 10 References
Ancient ringed planet which was the site of an early Autobot colonization effort. This colony was wiped out by the deadly plague known as Cosmic Rust.
The first Galactic Olympics take place here in 2005. In 2011, it became another base of operations for the Autobots.
Chaar (in Japan, Jarr) appeared in The Transformers television series, debuting in The Five Faces of Darkness (Part 1) in season three. It is a small, burned-out husk of a planet located in distant space, easily mistaken for a smudge on a map. It apparently supported a civilization at one point, as abandoned structures are seen on …
This is a list of the known female Transformers in the Transformers franchise.
- 1 Autobots
- 1.1 Transformers:
- 1.1.1 Female Autobots
- 1.1.2 Japanese-exclusives
- 1.1.3 Mini-Cons
- 1.1.4 Go-Bots
- 1.1.5 Season 3 fembots
- 1.1.6 Others
- 1.2 Transformers: Universe
- 1.3 Unicron Trilogy
- 1.4 Transformers: Timelines
- 1.5 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
- 1.6 Beast Era
- 1.1 Transformers: Generation 1
- 2 Mini-Cons
- 3 References
- 4 See also
- 5 External links
- Chromia - Chromia was one of Elita One's top agents and the friend/romantic interest of Ironhide. When Moonracer was caught in a booby-trap during one of the Autobots raids on Shockwave's energy stockpile, the continued existence of the Female Autobots was finally revealed to the Decepticons, and Shockwave was able to trail them back to their base and capture Elita O…
W.A.R.S (Wicked Attack Recon Sports) is a fictional character from the various Transformers universes.
Cyclonus is the name of several fictional characters from the various Transformers universes.
- 1 Transformers: Generation
- 1.1 Reception
- 1.2 Toys
- 2 Transformers
- 2.1 Animated series
- 2.2 Fun Publications
- 3 Transformers:
- 3.1 Video games
- 4 References
- 5 External links
The tech spec from the box art of the Cyclonus toy describes him as a compassionless Decepticon air warrior and saboteur. He has nuclear-powered turbine engines that can propel him at speeds of mach 2 and carries an oxidating laser that fuses an enemy robot's internal mechanisms. It makes no reference to the concept that he was built from another Decepticon by Unicron (as is his usual portrayal in fiction) because at the time of release, this would have been considered a spoiler to the mov…
- This article is about the Princess from the Mario series. For the video game starring her, see Super Princess Peach.
- Princess Peach at Super Mario Wiki (a Super Mario Bros. wiki)
Raptor is the name of three fictional characters in the Marvel Comics' universe. The first Raptor appeared Avengers West Coast as a minor villain, and is a mutant. The second Raptor appeared in the Spider-Girl series in the alternative future MC2 universe. She is the daughter of the criminal Blackie Drago (the second person to use the identity of Vulture). The third Raptor (chronologically speaking, the second) appears in the The Amazing Spider-Man. He is a former college professor named Damon Ryder, who joined dinosaur genes with his own DNA, transforming him into a human/lizard hybrid.
- 1 Gary Wilton, Jr.
- 1.1 Powers and abilities
- 2 References
- 3 External links
Raptor (Gary Wilton Jr.) is a mutant who first appeared in Avengers West Coast Annual #8. Raptor once…
- For the US veterans organization, see Grand Army of the Republic
The Grand Army of the Republic is a fictional army from the Star Wars saga, specifically Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith that laid the foundations of the Galactic Empire.
Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow. The Grand Army of the Republic, the successor of the pre-Ruusan Republic military was created by the cloners on Kamino, and comprised of two hundred thousand units and their war machines as of the start of the Clone Wars. After the initial engagements, a million more clone units were added to the ranks of the army. The earliest attempt to recreate the pre-Ruusan Republic military was the Katana fleet. T…
Here are a list of planets thast have appeared throughout the various medias.
- 1 Alien
- 1.1 LV-426
- 1.2 LV-223
- 2 AVP planets
- 2.1 BG-386
- 2.2 LV-1201
- 2.3 LV-742
- 3 Refernces
Also known as Acheron
- Aliens: Colonial Marines
Location of the engineer's temple/spaceship. Speculated by a crewmember to be a weapons lab.
planet that is host to a human colony known as Freya's Prospect as well as a Predator training grounds and a pyramid containing an the last resting place of an high-ranking Predator.
- Alien Vs predator (2010)
Planet that had been colonised various times by the Engineers, Predators and Humans. Hosts some flora and fauna life, though some are hostile.
- Alien vs predator 2 (game)
- Alien vs predator 2: P…
Doubledealer is a fictional character from the Transformers series. He is a Decepticon Powermaster who can disguise himself as an Autobot. He should not be confused with Doubleclouder.
Although nominally a Decepticon, and branded as such, Doubledealer believes in neither the philosophy of the Decepticons nor the Autobots, and has no allegiance to anyone except himself – and the highest bidder. As a Powermaster with three forms, he is bonded to both the humanoid Knok and the bat-like Skar, who transform into engines to allow him to transform from his vehicle mode - a missile trailer - into two other modes. When Knok becomes his engine, he transforms into an Autobot robot, but with Skar in place, he becomes a Decepticon falcon. Armed with an intercont…
Killerpunch is the name of a fictional character is the various Transformers universes.
The best intelligence gatherer of the Predacons, specializes in laying out all manner of traps based on the information he gains, then lying in wait and launching attacks that outwit his opposition. His Head Punch isn't just an attack; it also has a homing function and lets no information escape its sight, making it feared by friend and foe alike.
- Beast Wars Neo Deluxe Killerpunch
- Killerpunch is a remold of Guiledart. This toy featured a special "dead mode".
- Mai at The King of Fighters 15th Anniversary official website
- Mai at the Fatal Fury 15th Anniversary official website
- Mai Shiranui – SNK Wiki
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- Yuna at the Final Fantasy Wiki (Wikia)
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Tyrant is the code name of a series of boss characters in the Resident Evil horror video game series by Capcom, introduced in Resident Evil in 1996.
Tyrants are towering, biologically engineered undead supersoldiers created and used by the sinister Umbrella Corporation. The Tyrant creatures make appearances as boss characters in most Resident Evil games and the desire to create an obedient bioweapon lies at the core of the series' storyline. Tyrants also appear in other media and merchandise of the Resident Evil franchise, as well as in some unrelated games.
Since their debut, the Tyrant series became the most recognisable and popular characters of the franchise and even gaming in general. A particularly notable Tyrant is Nemesis, the titular character of the v…
In the fictional Warhammer 40,000 setting, the Tyranids are a nomadic alien race comprising many genetically engineered sub-species. They are sometimes known as the "Great Devourer" and are the "most alien race" ever encountered by the Imperium.
The following is a list of character that appear in Transformers: Prime:
- Optimus Prime (voiced by Peter Cullen
- Alpha Trion (voiced by George Takei) - Alpha Trion is an archivist who ran Cybertron's Hall of Records in the city of Iacon before the war. Smokescreen served as Alpha Trion's personal bodyguard during the war, and they developed a strong friendship, but they lost contact after Smokescreen is captured by Decepticons during a raid on the Hall of Records. Alpha Trion then took several ancient relics from the Vaults of Iacon (including the Phase Shifter, the Forge of Solus Prime, the Apex Armor, a container of Tox-En, the Star Saber, and the Omega Keys) and hid them on Earth. Alpha Trion's fate afterwards has not been revealed.
"Eggrobo" (or "EggRobo") is an egg-shaped humanoid robot used by Dr. Robotnik in the Sonic the Hedgehog series appearing in Sonic & Knuckles for the Sega Genesis. It is really an Eggman android.
In Sonic's storyline, the Eggrobos appear in Sky Sanctuary Zone. After a brief opening scene showing the Eggrobos launching from the Death Egg, they could be encountered throughout the level as regular enemies.
When Sonic beats the game with all the Chaos Emeralds, an extra scene plays with a single Eggrobo rising from a pile of scrapped Eggrobos. This is believed to be the same Eggrobo that appears when playing as Knuckles.
In Knuckles' storyline, a bomb is dropped near a resting Knuckles at the beginning of the game. After it explodes, the culprit reveals itsel…
, more commonly known simply as , is a fictional character in the Final Fight and Street Fighter video game series, who originally appeared in the SNES beat 'em up Final Fight 2 as one of the game's main characters.
Maki is a blond-haired red-clad female ninja who happens to be the younger sister of Guy's fiancee . Like Guy, Maki is also trained in the Bushin style of ninjutsu and uses many of the same abilities and techniques. She is the only original character from the SNES Final Fight sequels to make comeback appearances in the later games.
First appearing in Final Fight 2, Maki is portrayed as a practitioner of the Bushin-Ryū fighting style taught by her father, and has a short temper. She is also the former leader of a bōsōzoku motorcycle street ga…
}}is a video game character in the Final Fight and Street Fighter series. Designed as a Bushin ninja along the same lines as Guy, she plays very much like him in both games, being the fast character in Final Fight 2 and the agile ninja with various running attacks in Capcom vs SNK 2 . Maki is notable for being the only original character from the SNES Final Fight sequels to make return appearances in later games.
First appearing in Final Fight 2, Maki is portrayed as a ninja practitioner of the Bushin-ryuu fighting style taught by her father, and has a short temper. She is also the former leader of a bosozoku gang, who loves to get into street fights.
Bombmon is a Slime Digimon whose name and design are derived from the Cherry bomb. It is a short-tempered Digimon that easily blows its top at trivial things. As it loses its temper, its topknot steadily shortens, and when the topknot has completely retracted into its head, its anger explodes. Although it has several Special Moves, all of them have the power of a firecracker. However, because of its vivid beauty, it is often enjoyed as a party entertainment. It is a nuisance for Bombmon that it is provoked even though it is at a party.
- Meteor Squall: Demonstrates a complex maneuver in which they rain down like meteors.
- Wish Upon a Star: Demonstrates the complex maneuver, "Wish Upon a Star".
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In the table-top wargame Warhammer 40,000, the Chaos Space Marines or Chaos Marines, are Space Marines who serve the Chaos Gods. They are also referred to as the Traitor Legions, primarily in background material written from the perspective of the Imperium.
- 1 History
- 2 Gods of Chaos
- 3 Forces of the Chaos Space Marines
- 4 Differences between Chaos Space Marines and Space Marines
- 5 Other tie-ins
- 6 See also
- 7 References
The background shown in both Codex: Space Marines (Haines and McNeill, 2004) and Codex: Chaos Space Marines (Chambers et al., 2002) states that the Chaos Marine Legions were nine of the twenty Legions of Space Marines who fought in the Great Crusade for the Imperium of Man. At this time the Warmaster Horus, first among the Primarchs, and the Luna Wolves …
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In the MMORPG RuneScape, combat plays a very important role. Players must fight to increase their experience levels (train) in the seven combat skills, which determine the player’s combat level. Combat is necessary to a player’s advancement in the game and to the completion of most quests. While most combat takes place between players and non-player characters (NPCs), players can engage in combat among themselves in specified areas of Gielinor, the imaginary realm in which RuneScape t…
Coco Bandicoot is a video game character and a secondary protagonist of the Crash Bandicoot series of video games. In the series, Coco is described as the highly-intelligent and spirited younger sister of Crash Bandicoot, the main protagonist of the series. She often aids her older brother by building gadgets ideal for the situation or even tagging along with Crash in his journeys, using self-taught martial arts to defend herself.
Coco was created by Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin, and was originally designed by Charles Zembillas. Coco's inclusion as a playable character in Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex was met with a generally lukewarm response among critics, while her voice has received mixed reviews.
Coco's availability as a playable character…
This article lists the number of Teletraan computer systems in the various Transformers universes.
- 1 Teletraan I
- 1.1 IDW Publishing
- 1.2 Toys
- 2 Teletraan X
- 2.1 Fun Publications
- 3 Transformers: Robots in Disguise
- 4 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
- 5 Transformers Animated
- 6 Transformers:
- 6.1 Books
- 6.2 Video games
- 7 References
- 8 External links
In Transformers: Generation 1, Teletraan I, is the supercomputer that is stored upon the Autobot's spacecraft, the Ark. It serves as a principal diagnostic center, a control center, and as a surveillance system through its control of the Sky Spy satellite, as well as a giant database for the Autobots.
T-AI made a cameo in the Transformers Animated book, The All-Spark Almanac II, published by IDW Publishing.
- Binaltech Asterisk Alert (2…
In the fictional Halo universe, the Covenant possess a wide array of vehicles. Unlike human vehicles, Covenant vehicles (with a few exceptions) use anti-gravity propulsion, making their vehicles float a few feet above the ground. Typically, Covenant vehicles are painted a deep, solid purple, a stark contrast to the more camouflage-oriented designs of human vehicles. As another contrast, Covenant vehicles can usually be destroyed in Halo Combat Evolved, while human vehicles are most often invincible. This changes in Halo 2, where vehicle destruction is possible on either side. All of the Covenant vehicles, with the exception of the Brute Chopper, Scarab and Brute Prowler, have names relating to or pertaining to ghosts or invisibility, whereas t…
This is a list of weapons in Halo 3.
- 1 Human Weapons
- 2 Covenant Weapons
- 2.1 Brute Weapons
- 3 Equipment (halo 3 only)
- 4 Power Ups
- Battle Rifle
- Sniper Rifle
- Assualt Rifle
- SMG (sub machine gun)
- Rocket Launcher
- Spartan Laser
- Fragmentation Grenade
- Antimaterial Incendiary Grenade
- Plasma Pistol
- Plasma Rifle
- Particle Beam Rifle
- Energy Sword (all games)
- Fuel Rod Cannon
- Plasma Grenade
- Storm Carbine (Halo 4 only)
- Brute Spiker
- Brute Mauler
- Gravity Hammer
- Spike Grenade
- Brute Shot
- Bubble Shield
- Radar Jammer
- Power Drainer
- Trip Mine
- Personal Shield
- Portable Gravity Lift
- Active Camouflage
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Locust are the main enemies in the Xbox 360 game Gears of war.
- 1 Locust Horde
- 2 Locust Horde infantry
- 3 Locust Vehicles
- 4 Locust Leaders
The Locust Horde are a collection of various species, most of them are humanoid, while others are distinctly bestial and they come in various sizes and shapes. The Horde inhabited the subterranean regions of Sera, until Emergence Day, when they emerged across the surface in a massive, overwhelming attack against the human population. The Horde's only known objective is the complete and total annihilation of the human population of Sera. The Locust Horde inhabits extensive underground tunnel networks that honeycomb the crust of the planet Sera, known collectively as "the Hollow."
Shown in the first game, but elaborate…
A basic Yautja Yautja, more commonly known as simply Predators or (in the Alien vs. Predator movie) "Hunters", are a fictional alien species featured in the movies Predator, Predator 2, and Aliens vs. Predator. They are most widely known for their distinct cloaking devices, which allow them to become nearly invisible. In the movies they are shown as lethal hunters, stalking and killing worthy adversaries using an arsenal of otherworldly weaponry. The Yautja seem to enjoy the hunt and challenge of tracking and killing their victims, and have even developed a whole tribal culture around this. Their code of honour dictates what they can and cannot kill and taking down worthy adversaries will make a Yautja or tribe more respected, keeping thei…
Brainiac is a fictional character, a supervillain that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. The character first appeared in Action Comics #242 (July 1958), and was created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino.
An extraterrestrial android (in most incarnations), Brainiac is a principal foe of Superman, and is responsible for shrinking and stealing Kandor, the capital city of Superman's home planet Krypton. Due to complex storylines involving time travel, cloning, and revisions of DC's continuity, several variations of Brainiac have appeared. Most incarnations of Brainiac depict him as a green-skinned being in humanoid form. He is bald, except for a set of diodes protruding from his skull.
The character is the origin of the informal word which means "geni…
Brainiac is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. The character first appeared in Action Comics #242 (July 1958), and was created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino.
An extraterrestrial cyborg, Brainiac is a principal foe of Superman, responsible for shrinking Kandor, the capital city of Superman's home planet Krypton which the hero has vowed to restore. This version of Brainiac is known as the Brain InterActive Construct, later renamed Brainiac by Commissioner Zod. Brainiac had admired the beauty and architecture of Kandor, and wanted to preserve the city from destruction should disaster strike Krypton as it did on his home planet of Colu. Zod permitted Brainiac's taking of Kandor, stating that Brainiac could have th…
The Halo video game and media franchise takes place in a science fiction universe, where there are four major factions players encounter or control. Halos story has 26th century humanity, led by the United Nations Space Command (UNSC), caught in a war with an alien coalition known as the Covenant. In the 2001 video game Halo: Combat Evolved, the UNSC ship Pillar of Autumn discovers a mysterious ringworld known as "Halo". The massive installation was built by an enigmatic race known as the Forerunners, who have long since disappeared; the Covenant worship the Forerunner as gods. During the course of the game, players discover that the Halos were built as a weapon of last resort against the Flood, an extragalactic parasite which is driven to consume…
The ecumene is the translated name for the Forerunner empire, an ancient race of sentient beings, which ceased existence over 100,000 years before the events of the Halo video game series began.
- 1 Prometheans
- 2 Symbols
- 3 Notes
- 4 References
- 5 See also
Prometheans are a class of Warrior servants and the primary soldiers/guards of the Didact himself. They are former humans combined with forerunner technology, appearing as orange skeletal figures encased in silvery armor, and are the primary antagonists of Halo 4.
The Forerunner glyphs seem to be based on a series of circular, complex shapes. The glyphs have been inscribed almost everywhere Forerunners were once present, from different areas of Earth, to the Halos. They were known to put these glyphs and symbols…
List of monsters in Doom 3
- 1 Zombies
- 2 Imp
- 3 wikipedia article transwikied to strategywiki
- 4 Zombies
- 5 Imp
- 6 Demon
- 7 Maggot
- 8 Trite
- 9 Tick
- 10 Lost Soul
- 11 Cherub
- 12 Cacodemon
- 13 Hell Knight
- 14 Mancubus
- 15 Revenant
- 16 Wraith
- 17 Arch-Vile
- 18 Vagary
- 19 The Guardian of Hell
- 20 Sabaoth
- 21 Cyberdemon
- 22 Resurrection of Evil Specific Monsters
- 23 Forgotten One
- 24 Vulgar
- 25 Bruiser
- 26 Hell Hunters
- 27 Maledict
- 28 See also
- 29 External links
In Doom 3, the Imp still appears human, but the face was changed from having red eyes to having 10 small dark eyes. The shoulder spikes were removed, giving it more of a straightforward-monster appearance than a traditional demon. Unlike the previous Imps, these are capable of leaping great distances and moving at great speeds to attack. They also emit a loud chimp-like s…
- Leon S. Kennedy - The Resident Evil Wiki
- Leon S. Kennedy - Capcom Database Wiki
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Below is a list of characters that appear in the anime Digimon Fusion (Digimon Xros Wars in the Japanese version).
- 1 Team Xros Heart
- 1.1 Taiki Kudō
- 1.2 Matt Ishida
- 1.2.1 Gabumon
- 1.3 Sora Takenouchi
- 1.3.1 Biyomon
- 1.4 Tentomon
- 1.5 Mimi Tachikawa
- 1.5.1 Palmon
- 1.6 Joe Kido
- 1.6.1 Gomamon
- 1.7 T.K. Takaishi
- 1.7.1 Patamon
- 1.8 Kari Kamiya
- 1.8.1 Gatomon
- 1.9 Davis Motomiya
- 1.9.1 Veemon
- 1.10 Yolei Inoue
- 1.10.1 Hawkmon
- 1.11 Cody Hida
- 1.11.1 Armadillomon
- 1.12 Ken Ichijouji
- 1.12.1 Wormmon
- 1.13 Ryo Akiyama
- 1.13.1 Cyberdramon
- 1.14 Takato Matsuki
- 1.14.1 Guilmon
- 1.15 Rika Nonoka
- 1.15.1 Renamon
- 1.16 Henry Wong
- 1.16.1 Terriermon
- 1.17 Impmon
- 1.18 Takuya Kanbara
- 1.19 Koji Minamoto
- 1.20 Tommy Himi
- 1.21 J. P. Shibayama
- 1.22 Marcus Damon
- 1.22.1 Agumon (Data Sqaud)
- 1.23 Keenan Crier
- 1.23.1 Falcomon
- 2 Digimon Allies
- 3 Bagra Army
- 3.1 Bagramon
- 3.1.1 Clockmon…
- 3.1 Bagramon
Dorulumon is one of the main characters in Digimon Xros Wars, an offical member of Taiki's team, Xros Heart.
Dorulumon is a Beast Digimon whose name and design are derived from the Drill and the onomatopoeia for a . It is a faithful Digimon with a chivalrous spirit. As it usually sticks to the rock-covered mountains, it often acts alone without flocking with others. The drill on its head is a hardened portion of its hair. It runs over the ground at high speeds and uses "Hit and Away" tactics as its favorite strategy, deranging the opponent by inflicting a single blow, and since Dorulumon can cope against both ground-based and aerial enemies, it can certainly be said to be an all-rounder warrior. Also, Dorulumon is able to fire its "Dorulu Cannon" …
This is a list of characters appearing in the video games Mega Man ZX and Mega Man ZX Advent.
and are the two main protagonists of Mega Man ZX. They use the powerful artifacts known as Biometals to defend themselves and others from Mavericks. Vent means "Wind" and Aile means "Wing" in French. Unlike the other three Mega Men, Siarnaq is exceedingly cold and machinelike in his demeanor, always speaking in a robotic monotone using computer-like language, which is apparently due to incidents in his past, which include betrayal and being left for dead. Siarnaq's weapons are kunai knives, which he can generate out of energy in addition to energy shuriken. His special abilities include disappearing, creating multiple copies of himself, throwing more s…
Birdo, known in Japan as , is a fictional character in the Mario franchise, who first appeared in Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic, which was localized for English audiences as Super Mario Bros. 2 as an enemy to Mario. Since her appearance, Birdo has been a recurring character in the spin-off titles of the main series, often depicted as an antagonist. Birdo has also made several cameos, particularly in the Super Smash Bros. series and the Japan-only Wii video game Captain Rainbow.
The original manual for Super Mario Bros. 2 asserts that Birdo is a boy who believes that he is a girl, and would rather be referred to as "Birdetta". Later releases of Super Mario Bros. 2 lacked any mention of her gender in either the game or the manual. Nintendo eventually establ…
Birdo is a fictional character of indeterminate gender in the Mario series of video games. She first appeared in Super Mario Bros. 2, and has since become a recurring character in the series. Ever since the North American release of Super Mario Bros. 2, her gender has been at issue. The manual asserts that she is a crossdressing male, saying that she would rather be called "Birdetta". Later versions of Super Mario Bros. 2 make no mention in either the manual or the video game itself. Later works from Nintendo have changed the gender back and forth, including Birdo as a love interest for Yoshi. Her gender confusion is given specific mention in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Captain Rainbow, the latter involving a plot that requires players to prove Birdo…