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    List of Xros Digimon

    October 14, 2012 by Sclera1

    This is a list of Digimon species that feature in the Digimon Xros War series and thus have no rank. Like DNA digivolve, it involves one or more digimon. However, the digifusions will be underneath the dominant digimon or shares the same name (e.g. MadLeomon).


    • DarkVolumon
    • Ballistamon



    • Gumdramon
      • Arrestramon (equivelent to champion in the digimon card game)



    Shoutmon is a red mini-dragon digimon.



    • Shoutmon yellow
    • Shoutmon (2011 anime)
    • Shoutmon B

    • Shoutmon + Star Sword (with Starmons)
    • Shoutmon + Dorulu Cannon
    • Shoutmon + Jet Sparrow
    • Shoutmon Star Wheel (with Starmons)

    • Shoutmon X2

      • Shoutmon X3

      • Shoutmon X4 (considered as champion in the digimon card game.)
      • Shoutmon X5 (equivelent to ultimate in digimon card game)
      • Shoutmon X7 (mega equivelent in digimon card game)

      • Omeg…












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    In the Warhammer 40,000 universe, the Space Marines are the guardians of humanity. There were originally twenty Legions, but fully half of these warriors turned traitor during the Horus Heresy, turning on their own Battle Brothers. Many of these Legions, both loyal and traitor, are well known, such as the Iron Warriors, Ultramarines, Blood Angels and the Thousand Sons. However, there are many sub-founding Chapters as well, such as the Lamenters, Sons of Medusa, Blood Ravens, Doom Eagles and the Sons of Perseus.


    The Blood Ravens are the Chapter featured in real-time strategy game Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War, developed by Relic Entertainment and published by THQ. They are the Chapter which the player plays as during the campaign, and are thought…


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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 for the table-top miniature wargame based in the setting. Space Marines have been one of the starter armies in every box edition of Warhammer 40,000, Space Hulk, and Epic.


    -equipped melee units, a Landraider heavy IFV, a Command Squad, and a Rhino APC]] Space Marines are a playable army in the tabletop miniatures game. Because they are individually so powerful, their armies tend to be small, thus a player can buy and assemble a functional army for relatively little cost and effort. The simple colour schem…




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    Predacon

    September 26, 2012 by Sclera1


    The Predacons usually refer to several fictional Decepticon-like teams led by Megatron; however, in Transformers: Armada, Predacon is the name of a single character.


    The Predacons (the Animatrons in Japan) are a team of five fearsome Decepticon hunters, able to transform into wild beasts and combine their bodies and minds into the giant robot, Predaking.

    Megatron recovered the protoforms of six Autobots that had crashed to Earth some time before looking for Fortress Maximus. Scanning them with vehicle modes at a military base and infusing them with a fraction of his spark energy to ensure their new loyalty, the first five became the Commandos. But when Megatron tried to scan a tanker truck as an alternate mode for the leader Scourge, Optimus Prim…



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    Maximal (Transformers)

    September 26, 2012 by Sclera1

    Maximals are a faction in the Transformers series by Hasbro. They are generally depicted as respecting all life and following a path of peace before war. They follow the tenets of the Pax Cybertronia. The Maximals are opposed by the Predacons. The Maximals are descendants of the Autobots.


    Many Maximals were not included in the Canadian TV series; some of them did appear alongside other Maximals in the Japanese series Beast Wars Second and Beast Wars Neo. The survivors of the Beast Wars in the Canadian series went on to be showcased in Beast Machines.


    These Maximals were referred to as Cybertrons (the same title used for "Autobots" within Japan) in the Japanese series. Led by Lio Convoy, the Cybertrons pursued the Destrons (led by Galvatron) to Pl…



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    Vehicon

    September 26, 2012 by Sclera1

    Vehicons are a faction in the fictional Transformers In the animated cartoon series Beast Machines, most Vehicons are non-sentient drones, controlled entirely by the will of Megatron or their respective general. In Transformers: Prime, the name Vehicon is used to describe the "Decepticon Troopers". Several Vehicons appear with a somewhat similar appearance to The Revenge of the Fallen's Soundwave. Unlike the Beast Machines Vehicons, they are sentient drones.


    Vehicons are a faction in the animated cartoon series Beast Machines. However, most Vehicons are non-sentient drones, controlled entirely by the will of Megatron or their respective general.


    The origins of the Vehicons came about when Megatron returned from the Beast Wars ahead of the Maximal…



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    BFG (weapon)

    September 20, 2012 by Sclera1

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    The BFG 9000 is a fictional weapon found in the video game series Doom. The abbreviation BFG stands for "Big Fucking Gun" as described in Tom Hall's original Doom design document and in the user manual of Doom II: Hell on Earth. Another name, according to the motion picture, is "Bio Force Gun" (although in the movie itself, "Big Fucking Gun" is spoken as it comes into view). In the Quake II manual it says it stands for "Big, uh, freakin’ gun".

    The BFG 9000 is a large firearm that fires giant balls of green Antimatter. The most powerful weapon in the games, it causes major damage to opponents hit by the radiation emitted by the projectile and is often an instant kill if a target takes a direct hit from the projectile. Quake II and Quake III Arena pay…

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    This article displays the characters from the Paper Mario series of video games, which consists of Paper Mario, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, and Super Paper Mario. Paper Mario featured "distinctive retro-style 2-D-looking paper-cutout characters",


    In his adventures, Mario is assisted by various partners.


    • Goombario, the Goomba, takes his father's advice and accompanies Mario to save the Star Spirits. He is a big fan of Mario and even wears a blue hat similar to Mario's (his name is even a combination of Goomba and Mario). Goombario can use his tattle to find out where Mario is and tell him about the people they meet.
    • Kooper, the Koopa Troopa, joins Mario's party to follow in the footsteps of his childhood hero, the archaeologist Kolorado. He …



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    Ramjet

    September 11, 2012 by Sclera1


    Ramjet is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. All have been Decepticon aligned characters who turn into jets, usually white.


    Ramjet is a Decepticon from the Transformers series and has appeared in the related comics, cartoons and The Transformers: The Movie. In the original Transformers, Ramjet was one of the Seekers.


    Ramjet is a playable character exclusive in the Nintendo DS version of the 2010 video game Transformers: War for Cybertron. Players can unlock him by entering the code '99871'.



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    Chemosh (Dragonlance)

    September 11, 2012 by Sclera1



    Chemosh is a god from the fictional Dragonlance world.


    Chemosh, also known as Lord of the Undead and the Lord of Bones, is the god of death.

    He is often described as the lord of false redemption, as although he offers immortality, the price of that immortality is eternal corruption. Nearly all the evil undead on Krynn have become that way through a pact with Chemosh or one of his minions.

    Clerics of Chemosh generally wear black robes and white masks that resemble a human skull. The eldest cleric is known as the Deathmaster, and is able to cast powerful attack spells using their Battle staffs.

    Recently Chemosh has been recruiting beings known as the Beloved of Chemosh, regular people seduced by Beloved, tricked into giving themselves to Chemosh …




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    Zeboim (Dragonlance)

    September 11, 2012 by Sclera1

    Zeboim, Lady of the Tempests, is a Goddess in the fictional Dragonlance setting.


    Zeboim, also known as the Sea Witch, the Darkling Sea, and the Dragon Turtle, represents the godly force of strife. She encourages souls to give into its urges and release anger. She is the unpredictable and embodies storm and raging sea, which is the element she commands over. Her attitude constantly changes, going from calm to raging in a minute. She wants souls to continually cause anguish and anger, so that they remain active and vital, instead of becoming predictable and stagnant. Sailors and mariners try to calm her during voyages so that she does not make trouble for their vessel. Zeboim is the daughter of Takhisis and Sargonnas. She mothers, thro…


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    Nyanpire

    September 6, 2012 by Sclera1




    is a Japanese dōjinshi manga series written and illustrated by Yukiusa about a black cat who becomes a vampire after being abandoned. An anime television series by Gonzo aired in Japan between July 6, 2011 and September 19, 2011.

    A small abandoned kitten is rescued by a vampire, who feeds him some of his blood, allowing him to be reborn as a vampire cat named Nyanpire. The series follows Nyanpire's every day life such as spending time with Misaki, his human owner and meeting other cats. Nyanpire also meets two bats called Mori and Komori.


    A small black cat who was reborn as a vampire and lives with a human owner called Misaki. As a vampire, he loves blood, but also enjoys similarly red foods, such as tomato ketchup and blood orange juice
    A sam…





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    Bruticus

    August 31, 2012 by Sclera1

    Bruticus is the name of several fictional characters from various Transformers universes.


    The team's combined form of Bruticus is a successful merging of the minds of the Combaticons.


    Bruticus appears in the novel Transformers: Exodus, having been Shockwave's experiments to create a combiner. Onslaught is one of them (the others are not named). He forms the torso of Bruticus Maximus. In one battle, Bruticus Maximus's head was ripped off, but as it was not Onslaught's head, it was capable of being repaired, and later returned in another battle.


    Bruticus and the Combaticons will appear in the 2012 video game Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. The Combaticons are Onslaught, Brawl, Swindle, Blast Off and Vortex.


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    Metarex

    August 26, 2012 by Sclera1

    The Metarex are a fictional army of cyborgs and robots in the Sonic the Hedgehog universe, appearing in the television series Sonic X. They are led by the villain, known as Dark Oak and have one motive: to dominate the galaxy (or so it seems). They are similar to the Black Arms and Dark Oak is similar to Black Doom from Shadow the Hedgehog. The regular soldiers look like the common Black Arms soldiers. The Metarex serve as the main antagonists in the third season of Sonic X, almost replacing Dr. Eggman.



    The Metarex's origins are as mysterious as their motives. They have traversed the galaxy, stealing the so-called "Planet Eggs" and objects of great power, leaving whole worlds dead or dying in their wake. Among their victims are Cosmo's home…



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    In the various Sonic the Hedgehog continuities, there are several instances where the characters encounter extraterrestrial life. Contents



    File:Blackdoom.jpg 200px Main article: Black Arms The Black Arms, essentially the darkest and most powerful of the aliens mentioned, are the only aliens to appear in the game continuity. They appeared in the game Shadow the Hedgehog as the primary enemies or allies, depending on the player's path. Their leader is called Black Doom, who is a Black Arm that floats, wears a brown coat and has celestial charms all over him. When they first appear, there is no explanation, the player soon learns that they came for the Chaos Emeralds. The Black Arms appear to have their own technology which revolves around gu…



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    Nemesis (Resident Evil)

    August 21, 2012 by Sclera1


    Nemesis, also called the Pursuer


    • Details behind the Nemesis costume used in Apocalypse
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    (top row), Silent Hill 2 (middle row), and Silent Hill 3 (bottom row)]] The survival horror video games Silent Hill, Silent Hill 2, and Silent Hill 3, the first, second, and third installments, respectively, in the Silent Hill video game series, feature a cast of characters. The games' player characters are "everymen", in contrast to action-oriented survival horror video game series featuring combat-trained player characters, such as Resident Evil.


    • Silent Hill official website via Internet Archive
    • Silent Hill 2 official websitees:Anexo:Personajes de Silent Hill

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    Lab/digimon template

    August 9, 2012 by Sclera1

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    | group1 = Franchise | list1 = Zeromaru Arkadimon) Chronicle D-Cyber (manhua) Next

    | group2 = TV anime | list2 = Adventure (characters episodes) Adventure Zero Two (characters episodes) Tamers (characters episodes) Frontier (characters episodes) Data Squad (characters episodes)Xros Wars (characters episodes)
    | group3 = Films | list3 = The Movie (Digimon Adventure Our War Game Digimon Hurricane Touchdown / Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals) Digital Monster X-Evolution
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    RPG Masters Adventure: Anode/Cathode Tamer Adventure 02: Tag Tamers Battle Spirit (1.5 2) Rumble Arena (2) Raci…
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    List of Digimon

    August 6, 2012 by Sclera1

    Digimon and other digital life-forms which appear within the Digimon franchise, consisting of virtual pets, card games, manga, anime, video games, and toys, first created by Akiyoshi Hongo. Within the series, these creatures are generally depicted as natives of a parallel dimension known as the "Digital World", though they can also appear as manifestations of the virtual pets on which they are based.

    Digimon are usually introduced within the Digimon virtual pets or card games, though a few such as "UlforceVeedramon Future Mode" first appear in the supporting materials, and at least one, "NiseAgumon Hakase", has only ever appeared within Bandai's official "Digimon Dictionary". However, with the notable exception of Yggdrasil, the non-Digimon d…

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    Cobra Commander

    August 1, 2012 by Sclera1



    Cobra Commander is a fictional character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, animated series (including the 1985 and 1989 incarnations, the Sigma 6 and Renegades series), comic books, video games, and movies. He is the supreme leader of the terrorist organization Cobra, and is the principal antagonist and arch nemesis of the Joes. The character was created by Marvel Comics writer Larry Hama.


    Cobra Commander is portrayed as a fanatical leader, who rules with an iron fist, and demands total loyalty and allegiance. His objective is total control of the world's people, wealth and resources, brought about by revolution and chaos. He is suspected of having led uprisings in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, and for kidnapping scientists, …




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    A list of henchmen from the 1989 James Bond film Licence to Kill from the List of James Bond henchmen


    Dario is a supporting villain who appeared in the James Bond film Licence to Kill. He is a henchman of drug lord Franz Sanchez and played by Academy Award winner Benicio del Toro, in one of his earliest roles.

    The sneering Dario is first seen when he uses his flick knife to kill a man Lupe has relations with, by carving out his heart, on Sanchez's instructions. He is Sanchez's most loyal and favourite henchman. Dario, along with Braun and Perez, escape while Sanchez is captured by Felix Leiter and Bond. The three ambush Felix and his new wife Della in their home. They rape and murder her and bring Felix to Sanchez. He laughs and smiles while Fel…




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    The twenty-second movie in the James Bond franchise, Quantum of Solace, includes a number of antagonists and henchmen.


    General Medrano is an exiled Bolivian general in Quantum of Solace portrayed by Joaquin Cosio. He has made a deal with Dominic Greene to overthrow the current government; in return, Greene is given ownership of a seemingly barren piece of Bolivian land. He is first seen at Dominic's port when he is introduced to Camille (years ago, he had killed her father, raped her mother and sister, and burnt the house down while Camille was in it). He is shown what Quantum can do when he is threatened by Dominic Greene. To vent his frustration he tries to rape his maid but Camille gets in the way and shoots him in the head, killing him and…



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    This is a list of henchmen from the James Bond 1995 film GoldenEye.


    Xenia Sergeevna Onatopp () is a supporting villain in the James Bond film GoldenEye, played by actress Famke Janssen.


    Xenia, born in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, was a fighter pilot in the Red Air Force. After the collapse of the USSR, she joined the crime syndicate Janus, led by renegade MI6 agent Alec Trevelyan. Early in the movie, Bond gets into a car chase with her, meets her at a casino, and places her under surveillance.

    She is a classic representation of a "femme fatale", and can derive sexual satisfaction from killing. In one scene, she lures Canadian admiral Chuck Farrell (Billy J. Mitchell) onto a yacht moored off Monte Carlo and while engaging in violent sex…




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    A list of henchmen from the James Bond film and novel Goldfinger from the List of James Bond henchmen.


    Oddjob is a henchman to the villain Auric Goldfinger in the film and novel. In the film he was played by the Hawaiian actor Harold Sakata.

    Oddjob is one of the most popular characters in the Bond series. He is superior in unarmed combat skills to Bond in both film and novel, and therefore must be killed by application of superior cunning (by uncontrolled decompression in the book and electrocution in the film).

    The character of Oddjob, from his unusual appearance, manners, strength and method of killing, forms the archetype for many privileged senior henchmen of the Bond film series, including Tee Hee, Jaws, Gobinda, Stamper, and Zao.


    Oddjob's r…





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    This is a list of henchmen from the 1957 novel, 1963 film, and 2005 video game From Russia with Love, from the List of James Bond henchmen.


    Donald Grant aka “Red” Grant is a fictional character in the novel and the film. In both, Grant is a henchman for Rosa Klebb. Donald Grant is played by actor Robert Shaw in the film. The very tall, muscular and blond archetype created by Grant would become a clear characteristic of villains in the later Bond films, including Vargas, Hans, Peter Franks, Erich Kriegler, Necros, and Stamper. Grant's signature weapon is a garotte wire concealed in his wristwatch. Red Grant is the device used to show Bond's ability to read people, in the novel Bond is wary of Grant, disguised as Capt. Nash, as he ties his tie with…




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    Raoul Silva

    July 23, 2012 by Sclera1



    Raoul Silva In an April 2012 interview with Spanish television network TVE, Bardem confirmed that his character's name would be "Raoul Silva".



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    In Games Workshop's Warhammer Fantasy fictional universe, The Empire is one of the human political factions and armies, and is featured in many games and novels. In terms of location, language, culture, and society, it bears a strong resemblance to the Holy Roman Empire. The Empire could be considered analogous to Warhammer 40,000s Imperium of Man.


    Like much of the Warhammer setting the Empire resembles a period of European history but with the addition of fantasy elements such as the presence of magic and non-human races. Both visually and in geography it is based upon the Holy Roman Empire during the Renaissance and/or Early Modern period. There are wealthy city-states which bear similarity to Hanseatic league cities such as Hamburg, and place…



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    Cybertron

    July 11, 2012 by Sclera1




    Cybertron is a fictional planet, the homeworld of the Transformers in the various fictional incarnations of the metaseries and toyline by Hasbro. and released in Japan several months later with no alterations or deco changes.


    According to Transformers: The Movie Prequel comic book by IDW Publishing, Optimus Prime and Megatron co-ruled Cybertron. The Allspark is responsible for giving life to the Transformers. When Megatron begins a war to control it for himself, Optimus sends it into the depths of outer space in the hope that he can defeat him quickly. The war drags on, and Optimus sends Bumblebee to retrieve it, because its absence will cause the planet to shut down. It would later be revealed in the third film that Sentinel Prime was the A…





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    Clocker is the name of two fictional characters in the Transformers universes. Both are Autobots who turn into race cars. Hasbro registered the name Clocker for U.S. Trademark in October 2003.

    In Tales of the Fallen #6 Arcee, Breakaway and Clocker are on a mission together when they are attacked by the Deceptcons Flatline and Thundercracker. The Autobots are defeated, but Arcee's spark is used in an experiment to activate Decepticon protoforms, which gives her a new three-part body. She uses these bodies to free the Autobot captives Skids and Mudflap from the Decepticons and escape to Earth.

    Note - The appearance of Clocker is modified in the IDW Publishing stories so that his head more resembles movie style's alien style than the movie toy and…


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    Devastator is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. For legal-political reasons, Hasbro now adds a modifier to the character's name on newer toy packages, such as Constructicon Devastator.


    Devastator is the combined form of the Constructicons.


    Devastator is the combined version of the Constructicons. His size makes him the Ultimate Weapon for the Decepticons.


    Devastator appears in the novel Transformers: Exodus where he fights Defensor. He appears to be based on the Revenge of the Fallen version of Devastator.


    Devastator and the Constructions have yet to appear in Transformers: Prime.


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    Fish Speaker

    July 3, 2012 by Sclera1


    The Fish Speakers are a fictional organization from Frank Herbert's Dune universe, as depicted in the Dune series of science fiction novels. Emperor Leto Atreides II founded this organization between the Children of Dune and God Emperor of Dune novels. They were named Fish Speakers because "The first priestesses spoke to fish in their dreams."

    Leto II founded the Fish Speakers to enforce his rule over the known universe. He found the existing military organizations, the Fremen and the Sardaukar, unsuitable to his needs. Leto believed that male dominated military organizations were essentially predatory and would turn on the civilian population in the absence of an external enemy. He also needed a reliable religious organization to enforce what ca…


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    The Alien (sometimes referred to as a xenomorph)

    The Aliens have appeared in many crossovers (including a large number of intercompany crossovers) in comic books and other media such as novels, toys, and video games. Crossovers include encounters with Terminators, Judge Dredd, Green Lanterns, Batman, and Superman. The largest of these crossovers is the Alien vs. Predator franchise, in which the Aliens battle the Predators. This was an idea that came to comic book artist Chris Warner in early 1989. He and other people at Dark Horse Comics were trying to come up with a good character combo for a new comics series. Dark Horse had been publishing Aliens comic book under license from 20th Century Fox since 1987. In 1990, the first depiction of the ide…


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    The Alien (sometimes referred to as a xenomorph)

    The Aliens have appeared in many crossovers (including a large number of intercompany crossovers) in comic books and other media such as novels, toys, and video games. Crossovers include encounters with Terminators, Judge Dredd, Green Lanterns, Batman, and Superman. The largest of these crossovers is the Alien vs. Predator franchise, in which the Aliens battle the Predators. This was an idea that came to comic book artist Chris Warner in early 1989. He and other people at Dark Horse Comics were trying to come up with a good character combo for a new comics series. Dark Horse had been publishing Aliens comic book under license from 20th Century Fox since 1987. In 1990, the first depiction of the ide…


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    Zero (Mega Man)

    June 24, 2012 by Sclera1
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    , also known as Seven, is a video game character and one of the three protagonists in the Mega Man X series and protagonist of the Mega Man Zero series of video games. In the X series, he is one of the highest ranking "Maverick Hunters" who is fighting to stop Sigma's forces of infected Reploids, known as mavericks, from exterminating humanity.

    Incidentally, Keiji Inafune, Mega Man creator and current senior corporate officer at Capcom, had admitted to creating Zero to be Mega Man X himself, the character who would succeed Mega Man as the hero. However, due to concerns that players would find it hard to relate Zero with the original Mega Man due to the large visual differences between the two characters, he was made X's partner, and the X widel…

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    Calypso is a character from the movie Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and a primary character in the movie Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, played by Naomie Harris. She is the Goddess of the Sea, the long lost love of Davy Jones, and an associate of both Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) and Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush).

    She has been trapped in a human body by the nine Pirate Lords. In At World's End, the Brethren Court convened and debated whether to release her from her human shell to help the pirates wage war against Davy Jones and the East India Trading Company. She was Davy Jones's lover until the day came when Jones returned after his first ten years of servitude as captain of the Flying Dutchman, and she did no…

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    Captain Teague

    June 23, 2012 by Sclera1




    Captain Teague is a character who appeared in Walt Disney Picture's 2007 film, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. He is the father of Captain Jack Sparrow and is played by Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones. Teague was originally to be called Grant Sparrow. He was also formerly the pirate lord of Madagascar, before he became keeper of the code.


    Captain Edward Teague was married to Eliza Sparrow. Together they got Jack. Teague was once the most feared pirate in the world and as such receives respect and fear from all of the pirates in the Brethren Court. At one point Teague was the Pirate Lord of Madagascar but later resigned to become the Keeper of the Pirate Code, the "Pirata Codex", which he keeps with him at Shipwreck Cove. He fi…





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    Underworld characters

    June 21, 2012 by Sclera1


    This article lists characters from the Underworld franchise.


    A Vampire's transformation is not nearly as startling as their Lycan counterparts. When they transform, their eyes turn a startling shade of electric blue or bright gold, while their canine teeth lengthen to become pointed fangs. At all times, the lateral incisors on all vampires are elongated and come to a sharp point. The Underworld vampires display most of the prominent vampire traits seen in popular culture: superhuman strength, speed, reflexes, agility, coordination, endurance, regeneration process and heightened senses.

    • Amelia - the only known female Vampire Elder in the Underworld series. She appeared briefly in Underworld and appeared in a flashback sequence in Underworld: Evolutio…


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    Osirian

    June 5, 2012 by Sclera1

    The Osirians (also known as Osirans) were a race of powerful and intelligent humanoids.


    Osirians, despite their name, looked somewhat like the . They had grey skin, jackal or donkey-like heads with large, square ears and bright green eyes. (DW: Pyramids of Mars) Those of high status in the Osirian Court were able to change their appearance, They adopted a series of different animal heads according to whichever was in fashion. (FP: The Ship of a Billion Years) They had expanded brain-cases and a cerebrum like "a spiral staircase", which means they particularly liked puzzles. Osirians also had a wide variety of advanced psychic powers, including mental and physical projection, mind control and telepathy. (DW: Pyramids of Mars, MA: The Sands of Time) …


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    Daemon (Warhammer)

    June 2, 2012 by Sclera1

    In the Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40,000 fictional universes, the Daemons are malevolent spirits born out of the destructive power called Chaos. The daemons found in both universes are very similar, although the precise natures of their creation and existence vary slightly.


    Daemons in the Warhammer Fantasy world hail from the dread Hell-like place called the "Realm of Chaos", an alternate dimension, which has giant breaches into the material plane at both poles of the world. They are used in both Warhammer and Warhammer 40000. This realm is composed of pure magical energy; this energy flows into the world through collapsed gates of the Old Ones that, by collapsing, caused the breaches into the Realm of Chaos, and powers the spells cast by wi…


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    The Lucian Alliance is a fictional interstellar group for organized crime in the science fiction series Stargate SG-1.

    This is a list of characters who were part of the Lucian Alliance thusfar encountered on the show.


    Netan is the ruthless leader of the Lucian Alliance, a group of smugglers and mercenaries that have joined together to fill the power vacuum created by the demise of the Goa'uld.

    When Ba'al began stealing Stargates from several planets, including one controlled by the Lucian Alliance, Netan was displeased when one of his officers, Worrel, was unable to determine the cause. As Worrel was eventually able to deduce Ba'al's whereabouts, Netan sent three Ha'taks to intercept him. However, he failed to retrieve their lost Stargates.

    Tenat …


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    Lucian Alliance

    May 27, 2012 by Sclera1

    The Lucian Alliance is a fictional interstellar group for organized crime in the science fiction series Stargate SG-1. Its first appearance was in the Season Eight episode "Prometheus Unbound," but it was not referred to by name until "The Ties That Bind". It has begun to distribute an addictive corn-like crop throughout the galaxy, and played a part in the Battle of P3Y-229.


    The Lucian Alliance is a powerful shadow organization whose members are smugglers and mercenaries. They formed the Alliance when the strength of the Goa'uld weakened, which left a large power vacuum in the galaxy. It is unknown when the Alliance was formed, but it possibly came together when Anubis was still very powerful. However, the Alliance became stronger after the …


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    Baldur's Gate NPCs are non-player characters (NPCs) which interact with the player in the Baldur's Gate series of computer games. Many of these characters can interact with each other during the game, and some of these characters can also join the player's party.

    The NPCs recruited become playable characters directly controlled by the player. The player can employ a maximum number of five NPC party members at any one time, requiring the player to find a balance between strong melee warriors, characters who wield divine magic, characters who wield arcane magic, and those who provide different types of auxiliary support, such as thieves.




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    A corrupt officer of the Flaming Fist who managed to usurp control of the organization later in t…




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    Aliens: Earth Hive

    May 24, 2012 by Sclera1

    Earth Hive is the title of a 1992 novel by Steve Perry, set in the fictional Alien movie universe. It is an adaptation of the first Aliens comic book series written by Mark Verheiden.


    It is the first book in a trilogy of novels written by Perry, and deals with events on Earth and in other locations in space set a number of years after the movies Aliens and Alien 3. This book introduces two main characters, a Colonial Marine named Wilks, and a young woman named Billie, both survivors of a previous alien attack on the colony world of Rim.


    The book begins with a routine space junk cleanup mission in Earth orbit, with a small derelict spaceship being prepped for de-orbit and burnup. The crew doing the cleanup investigate the ship, and, much to their …



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    This is a list of enemies from the Prince of Persia series of video games. It covers the main enemies from the entire Ubisoft trilogy.


    The Vizier is the predominant antagonist in the entire The Sands of Time series and remains the greatest enemy that the Prince of Persia ever fights. His lust for immortality and power is his driving force and he will go through any obstacle in order to obtain that power.

    The Vizier's name comes from "Vizier", a term for a high-ranking political (and sometimes religious) advisor or minister, often to a Muslim monarch such as a Caliph, Amir, Malik (king), or Sultan. In modern usage, the term has been used in the East generally for certain important officials under the sovereign. It is also used anachronistically…




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    In the television series Doctor Who, the Cult of Skaro was an elite order of Daleks, and the first individual Daleks whose recurring nature has been explicit. The Cult first appeared in the double-episode "Army of Ghosts"/"Doomsday". They are described as an elite organisation created by the Emperor of the Daleks to think as their enemies think and find new ways of surviving - and of killing enemies.


    The Cult of Skaro first appeared in the double-episode "Army of Ghosts"/"Doomsday". They are described as an elite organisation created by the Emperor of the Daleks to think as their enemies think and find new ways of surviving - and of killing enemies. Their creative task extends to them developing imaginations and taking on individual names, Dale…


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    Crystal Coconut

    March 31, 2012 by Sclera1

    The Crystal Coconut is a fictional item in the Donkey Kong Country video game series. However, there are two different versions of this item.

    The first Crystal Coconut was featured on the animated series based on the original game. According to legend (mentioned in a few episodes of the show), it was a coconut stolen by the great-great-great grandpappy of Kaptain Skurvy and stashed in the idol of Inka Dinka Doo. Eventually, the idol shed this coconut into a crystal. It was later found by Donkey Kong, who was picked by the Coconut to be the future ruler of Kongo Bongo Island. It usually resides in a protective case in Cranky Kong's cabin, unless it is stolen by King K. Rool, who wants to take over the island, or occasionally Kaptain Skurvy, who…

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    The fictional universe depicted in The Legend of Zelda series of video games consists of a variety of lands, the most commonly appearing of these being , and was created by Japanese video game developer Shigeru Miyamoto.



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    The land of , first depicted in The Legend of Zelda, is the main setting of the series. Many designated areas of Hyrule appear throughout the series, such as the Lost Woods, Kakariko Village, Death Mountain and Lake Hylia. Several games in the series are set in lands other than Hyrule, including Link's Awakening, set on Koholint Island; Majora's Mask, set in Termina; Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages, set in Holodrum and Labrynna, respectively; The Wind Waker and Phantom Hourglass, both set on the Great Sea, a flooded Hyrule (al…





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    Emperor's Royal Guard

    February 18, 2012 by Sclera1

    The Emperor's Royal Guards (also known as Imperial Royal Guard or as Red Guards during the time of the Empire, as opposed to the Galactic Senate's standard "Blue Guards") are the best and most loyal of the Imperial stormtroopers, solely responsible to Palpatine; their sole task was to protect Palpatine, his residences, and clones. They wear flowing crimson robes (though ceremonial, these uniforms are specifically designed to not hamper movement) and a sleek, featureless red mask; the armor itself bore design influences from the uniforms of the Death Watch of the Mandalore System, the Sun Guards of the Thyrsus system, and the Senate Guards of the Old Republic. Their standard weapon is a force pike which they use to inflict unerringly precise and…

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    Listed below are characters from all of the Castlevania video games in the order of their first appearances and the game's release.



    The Castlevania games have always had a single focus on the main antagonist, , who is based on the original character by Bram Stoker. With a few exceptions, Dracula has been the villain of every title.

    Originally named Mathias Cronqvist, Dracula is a former mortal turned wicked following the death of his wife, Elisabetha. His lust for vengeance turned him into an immortal vampire. He later took the name Count Vlad Tepes Dracula. He desires to wage war against humanity for having killed his second wife (she was accused of witchcraft and burned at the stake) and take the world under his possession, but has been foiled…




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    Tyrant (Resident Evil)

    January 21, 2012 by Sclera1


    The Tyrant is the code name of a series of boss characters in the Resident Evil video game series. Tyrants, biologically engineered supersoldiers created and used by the sinister Umbrella Corporation, make appearances as boss characters in most of Resident Evil games and the desire to create an obedient bioweapon lies at the core of the series' storyline.


    The game series features many types of Tyrants as the result of several different experiments. Following the discovery of the Progenitor virus, the Umbrella corporation’s founders become eager to create a Bio-Organic Weapon (BOW) that is both powerful and capable of following orders. Prior to the events of Resident Evil Zero, Umbrella used the Progenitor virus to create the Tyrant virus (T-virus…



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