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    T-103

    January 21, 2012 by Sclera1




    Tyrant 103 or T-103, also known as Mr. X is a fictional monster that appears in Resident Evil 2 & Resident Evil Survivor. He first appeared in Resident Evil 2 in both protagonists (Leon & Claire's) scenario B game, following them in search of the G-Virus in which Sherry Birkin (William Birkin's daughter) had in a pendant around her neck.


    The T-103 was Umbrella's first mass produced Tyrant B.O.W made exclusively on Sheena Island (from Resident Evil Survivor). He can follow simple orders and carry out basic tasks. They were originally created by one of the 10 clones of Sergei Vladimir, a compatible subject for the tyrant program. They were then later mass-produced by using a specific chemical secretion found within kidnapped children's fronta…





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    Mishima Zaibatsu

    January 16, 2012 by Sclera1

    Mishima Zaibatsu the company owned by the Mishima family. A recurring theme of the Tekken series is the constant change of ownership that occurs when the current owner is defeated or has died or has been considered dead. Thus far, Jinpachi Mishima, Heihachi Mishima, and Kazuya Mishima have all gained ownership this way.

    Owned originally by Jinpachi Mishima, the Zaibatsu was taken over by Heihachi Mishima, who has run the company for over 40 years except for two brief interims. The companies grouped together in the syndicate include the Mishima Financial Empire, Mishima Heavy Industries and the mercenary group known as Tekken Force. The Mishima Zaibatsu is the main sponsor of the King of Iron Fist (Tekken-Ou in Japanese) tournaments, the central e…

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    Enemies in Resident Evil 5

    January 1, 2012 by Sclera1

    For the original type 1 Plag, see Enemies in Resident evil.



    Unlike the original type 1, the adult parasites are inserted into the host, which means a quicker time for the Plaga to gain control.



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    Majin Buu

    November 3, 2011 by Sclera1

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    Androids in Dragon Ball

    November 2, 2011 by Sclera1

    In the fictional manga/animes Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z, there are several Androids.



    In Dragon Ball, the first Android we see is Android 8, a robot that resembles Frankenstein. Agent Purple (Murasaki) uses him to fight Goku, but Android 8 refuses. When Purple threatens to press his self destruct button, Goku knocks it out of his hand. Goku nicknames him Hachan or Eighter, and he helps defeat General White. Eighter gives some energy to Goku to power his Spirit Bomb.

    In the anime, Dr Frappe was credited with building Android 8. However, this is incorrect, as it was actually Dr Gero.


    Dr Gero was the supergenius technical leader of the Red Ribbon Army. However, when Goku destroyed the whole Army, Gero managed to survive. He then dedicated his lif…




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    The following is a list of creatures in the Half-Life series. Half-Life is a science fiction first-person shooter computer game series which consists of two full games, two episodic games, and three third-party made expansions, as well as a number of demos featuring exclusive content. The series has been ongoing since 1998. The game's setting and characters have been influential within the gaming industry, with The New York Times writing that with the innovative storyline "Half-Life became the Citizen Kane of the genre". It is capable of taking any of Earth's natural resources and assimilating them to make them useful to the aliens' needs. If one fully entered Earth and became productive, it would effectively alter the planet enough to become use…

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    Cell (Dragon Ball)

    November 2, 2011 by Sclera1
    is a character of Dragon Ball manga and anime series. He appears for the first time in the second series, Dragon Ball Z.

    Cell is an android created by the Dr. Gero (scientist of the criminal association Red Ribbon) thanks to the collection of cells of the strongest warriors of Frieza saga, recover them through any little spy bugs. From the Saiyans cells, Cell gets an unlimited power ability and the Zenkai Power typical of the race (that to say that, the faculty of the Saiyans to become stronger after having been taken care of serious wounds); from the cells of Piccolo, he gets the ability to regenerate parts of the body; from Frieza cells and King Cold, receives the ability to survive in the open space. Besides, Cell is able to increase hi…


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    This article is about the Sonic the Comic incarnation of the character. For other versions, see Dr. Eggman, Dr. Robotnik (other media) or Dr. Robotnik (TV series & Archie comic).



    The Sonic the Comic continuity originates with a short "official" storyline created by Sega of America for the original 16-bit game, which was then expanded upon by the book, Stay Sonic. The original tale was revamped even further by the enduring Sonic the Comic series by Egmont Fleetway, as well as some other UK novels.


    The fan-made continuation of Sonic the Comic (viewed by some as "unofficially official", due to its endorsement by some of the creators of STC) has furthered the story of Robotnik, who had completely lost his mind, and was left a drooling maniac. Deemed to…




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    Fang the Sniper

    October 26, 2011 by Sclera1


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    , also known as Nack the Weasel, is a fictional character in the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games. He is a purple anthropomorphic half-wolf half-weasel hybrid (only a weasel in the American and European versions of the games) that first appeared in the Game Gear video game Sonic Triple Trouble (alternatively known as Sonic & Tails 2 in Japan) as a treasure hunter in search of the Chaos Emeralds.

    The character was originally conceived as Fang the Sniper, the name by which he was known in the Japanese Sonic games, but this was changed for American and European releases to "Jet the Sniper", until eventually Sega settled for "Nack the Weasel". This name was used in Sonic Triple Trouble and the comic books he also appears in, but all manuals t…


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    Antoine D'Coolette

    October 26, 2011 by Sclera1



    Antoine D'Coolette is a fictional character appearing in both the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series and comic series. He is a brown, male, anthropomorphic coyote with blond hair. He is occasionally depicted with a small mustache, although he has not been seen with one for some time. Although it was suggested that Antoine wore a hairpiece in the early issues of the comic, modern continuity has established it as his natural hair.

    He is usually depicted as slightly older than the rest of the main characters; his age is usually placed around 19, whereas the other characters are around 16. He has a very thick French accent that is expressed prominently in the text of the comic as well as by his animated voice actor, Rob Paulsen. He debuted in issue #…



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    Rotor Walrus

    October 26, 2011 by Sclera1

    Rotor Walrus is the teenage mechanic and smart guy in the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics, and SatAm. See also Rotor (Sonic the Hedgehog)



    In the archie comics, Rotor's apperance from 1993 to 2003 is a purple walrus, with a yellow baseball cap, and a toolbelt. In Late 1999, he had an updated Sonic Adventure Look, with Green Eyes. In Late 2003 to today, his apperance is his yellow cap, but now has a brown jacket, and glasses.


    Rotor's family includes, a mother, a father named Sherman, who disappeared along with Rotor's older brother, and also a younger brother named Skeeter. However, Dr. Robotnik has hypnotized the walrus herd, which included Rotor's Mom, and Skeeter.


    Rotor and the other freedom fighters have made a slight cameo in the game Son…





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    Sally Acorn

    October 26, 2011 by Sclera1

    Princess Sally is the leader of the Freedom Fighters, although on the series, it appears that Sonic is the leader. She first meets Sonic during an attempt to rescue his uncle, and invites him to join the group. Robotnik views her as a threat, causing him to attempt to replace her with a robotic doppelgänger at one point. After Robotnik is overthrown, she works hard to reconstruct the old kingdom, and she continues to help the Freedom Fighters once Eggman takes power.


    She appears in the television series, voiced by Kath Soucie, Rikako Aikawa and Yuka Shioyama in the Japanese prints, and Dana Hill, who voices Sally's younger self. She wishes to overthrow Robotnik and free her father from the void. She initially supports the group from Knothole…


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    Bunnie Rabbot

    October 26, 2011 by Sclera1


    In the fictional comic universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Bunnie Rabbot is a cyborg (half robot) rabbit with a thick Southern accent, who featured prominently in the Sonic animated series, Sonic the Hedgehog. Bunnie is one of the "Freedom Fighters" combatting Dr. Robotnik. Bunnie is often the fearless or reckless one, honest to herself and to others, and is very loyal, especially to her friend Sally Acorn.


    Bunnie is a golden anthropomorphic rabbit with blond hair and green eyes. She is partially roboticized: everything from the hips down, and her left arm and shoulder. Her early set of parts were primitive, as was Dr. Robotnik's technology; a later upgrade gave a more 'natural' shape.


    Bunnie first appeared in issue the story "Rabbot Deployment"…




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    Yuri (Command & Conquer)

    October 24, 2011 by Sclera1


    Yuri is a fictional character and one of the antagonists in the real-time strategy computer game Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 and its expansion, Yuri's Revenge, portrayed by the actor Udo Kier. He is a powerful telepath and the chief advisor to Premier Romanov (his role is initially similar to Kane's role in the original Red Alert). Yuri has the Hebrew letters "resh", "vav" and "yod" tattooed on his forehead. This is possibly a resemblance to the name "Yuri", but being there no dot under the yod, it suggests that it's simplified Hebrew. However, at the end of the Soviet Campaign in Yuri's Revenge he retreats to a family castle in Transylvania, Romania. His origin remains unclear.


    Yuri was a member of a group of telepaths gathered by Premier Jose…



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    Shoutmon

    October 24, 2011 by Sclera1




    is a fictional character from the Digimon media franchise. He is the Digimon partner of Taiki Kudo and a main character in the Digimon Xros Wars anime series. Shoutmon is a ferocious Digimon with extremely high aggressiveness due to hot-blooded enthusiasm, yet friendly towards his comrades. He enjoys singing and wields a microphone for leisure and to help in combat, his chances of winning depending on the amount of passion he has.

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    Akrid

    October 22, 2011 by Sclera1

    A variety of creatures present in the game "Lost Planet"- developed by Capcom. The Akrid survive in harsh cold conditions by utilizing their stored thermal energy, a very prominent resource in the game. It is unknown how to extract thermal energy other than through battle with the Akrid. Throughout the game, fighting Akrid will provide one with the necessary thermal energy to survive.


    Class of Akrid that are small in size and threat level. Usually attack in swarms.

    Sepia

    These are very common and easy to kill. They also come out of hives and look like bug-like tripods. They open up a part of their head right before they lunge at you to reveal their weak spot. On the higher levels they shoot tiny grenade type things.

    Trilid

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    Nova Prime

    October 18, 2011 by Sclera1


    Prime Nova is the name of a fictional character in the various Transformers universes.


    In the Transformers universe, Prime Nova is regarded as the third holder of the Autobot Matrix of Leadership. (Second in the Marvel Comics Continuity.)

    Not much is known about Prime Nova, only that he was given the Matrix from Prima. Prime Nova then handed it down to Sentinel Prime.


    In IDW Publishing's The Transformers: Spotlight issue featuring Optimus Prime, there is a character named Nova Prime, who was a holder of the Matrix before Sentinel Prime. According to Omega Supreme, Nova Prime wanted to expand the Cybertronian race and influence the course of cosmic events. He believed that the Transformers were above other lifeforms and that the universe should be m…




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    Samus Aran's gunship

    September 20, 2011 by Sclera1


    Samus Aran's gunship is a fictional spaceship owned by interstellar bounty hunter Samus Aran in the Metroid series of video games. Several gunships has appeared throughout the games, and they have appeared in all games except for the first game in the series, Metroid.



    Samus' first ship appears in the beginning of Metroid: Zero Mission, when she lands it on the planet Zebes. This ship is red, streamlined, and its "windshield" is green and v-shaped like the visor of Samus' Power Suit, a feature that is used in all of the later gunships as well. The hatch to enter it is located on the top of the ship. After landing it on the surface of the planet, Samus can go back to the ship to save her game and recharge her health and ammunition, a feature also …




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    X-Parasite

    September 20, 2011 by Sclera1


    The X Parasites are a fictional species from the video game Metroid Fusion. In their natural form, the average X Parasite is a hovering, volleyball-sized amoeboid creature that glows yellow, green, or red. A mutated blue variety also exists. Sometimes several such parasites will combine into a larger, more powerful form, known as a Core-X. The X Parasite mutates easily in order to adapt to new environments. X Parasites have the unique ability to infect, copy the DNA of, and kill another creature, then use the stolen DNA to create a new body with the same form and behavior as the previous host. Whereas normal X Parasites can only imitate weaker hosts, Core-X can also imitate much stronger ones. The X are also capable of combining DNA from vari…

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    Melee Weapons in Star Wars

    September 2, 2011 by Sclera1

    The Star Wars universe also makes extensive use of melee weapons, such as staffs, swords, batons and whips. The most notable of those is the Lightsaber. The presence of those types of weapons allows for dramatic combat sequences such as lightsaber combat.


    A Gaffii Stick or Gaderiffi is a durable bladed metal staff with a heavy end which appears similar to the medieval flanged mace. It is used as the primary weapon of the Tusken Raiders, and is known to non-Raiders as a "Gaffii stick".

    An electrostaff is a melee weapon which looks like a staff, but conducts energy fields at its ends which can cause severe damage to living tissue and inanimate objects alike. It is often utilized by General Grievous's bodyguards, the IG-100 MagnaGuards. They are imp…


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    Zeromar

    August 30, 2011 by Sclera1



    Zeromaru is a fictional character from the Digimon franchise. Zeromaru (or "Zero" for short) is the Digimon partner of Taichi Yagami, and is one of the main characters in the Digimon manga series V-Tamer 01.

    Zeromaru is a Veedramon, and throughout the series gains the ability to digivolve into more powerful forms such as AeroVeedramon and UlforceVeedramon. However, he is generally referred to by his name "Zeromaru", and not by the name of his species "Veedramon".

    • Ray of Victory (Shining V Force): Fires a beam from the V-shaped armor on his chest.
    • Victory Sword (Ulforce V Saber): An attack using the saber that extends from his right V-Bracelet. Has powered up after evolution just enough to cut in half even a Super-Ultimate Digimon.
    • Saint Great Shield (…


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    Balistamon

    August 30, 2011 by Sclera1



    Ballistamon is a noble and taciturn warrior who bears a resemblance to a robotic Hercules beetle. Ballistamon has been seen to have a compartment in his chest that can be used to carry cargo, such as the Wristers given to the members of the Xros Heart army. Ballistamon was one of the first members of the Xros Heart to Digixros alongside Shoutmon to create Shoutmon X2. Ballistamon usually DigiXroses with Shoutmon and Dorulumon to form the chest and arms of Shoutmon X3 and his more stronger forms.


    Ballistamon is a Digimon whose name and design are derived from the ballista. It is a heavyweight Digimon that possesses bulky metallic armor and overwhelming power. It appears warlike at first glance, but because of its gentle personality, preferri…




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    additional attacks

    August 30, 2011 by Sclera1
    is a ferocious dragon Digimon with extremely high aggressiveness due to hot-blooded enthusiasm, yet friendly towards his comrades. He enjoys singing and wields a microphone for leisure and to help in combat, his chances of winning depending on the amount of passion he has. When wounded while protecting the Village of Smiles from the Bagra Army's invasion of the Green Zone, Shoutmon met Taiki as the two eventually join forces to save his home from the invaders. Becoming Taiki's Digimon partner, Shoutmon's goal is to become Digimon King in order to better protect others, seeing the Code Crowns as a mean to fulfill his desire. Shoutmon acts as the core component in many of Xros Heart's DigiXrosses.
     
    The DoubleXros between OmegaShoutmon and Ze…
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    Rebel Forces (Star Wars)

    August 29, 2011 by Sclera1

    In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Rebel Alliance uses various infantry and special forces in its battle against the Galactic Empire. The creators of the Star Wars universe generally do not diversify rebel forces, but several books, comics, and other sources have expanded the variety of the Rebels' outnumbered array of footsoldiers.


    Rebel Troopers are the common footsoldiers of the Rebel Alliance. The Rebel Trooper is normally dressed in black pants, blue shirt, black vest, and bowl shaped helmet-with a blaster for weapon of choice. They are trained to combat in different environments, from jungles to urban warfare. The rebel soldier is much more independent than the typical Stormtrooper and they are attached to fight for the principle of…


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    Jedi Starfighters

    August 29, 2011 by Sclera1


    The Delta-7 Aethersprite Jedi starfighter is a fictional starfighter from the Star Wars saga. It first appeared in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and returned in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, along with a new fighter in the same line, the Eta-2 Actis Jedi interceptor. It can also hold an astromech droid. R4-P17 was a droid that flew in a starfighter.


    The Delta-7 was a small, sleek starfighter used by the Jedi Knights for reconnaissance missions. However, it was fitted with two twin-barrel laser cannons allowing the pilot to fight when necessary. As part of the Republic Judicial Department, the starfighters owned by the Jedi Order were colored in the maroon-and-white hues that represented diplomatic immunity in the Galacti…



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    Hunter (Resident Evil)

    July 23, 2011 by Sclera1


    The Hunter is a fictional monster with numerous appearances in the Resident Evil series of survival horror games.

    Hunters are bipedal reptilian creatures with large claws and teeth, and are noted for the loud shrieking noises they make when they encounter prey. They are Bio-Organic Weapons (BOWs) designed by the Umbrella Corporation by combining a fertilized human ovum with reptilian DNA and then implanting the T-Virus into the resulting creature.

    The original Hunters, or Alpha models, as they've been retroactively coined, appeared in the original Resident Evil. As a result, the Hunters have become one of the best-known creatures in the series.

    Several kinds of Hunters have appeared in almost every Resident Evil game, with Resident Evil 2 and Resident …


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    Articles to put in

    July 4, 2011 by Sclera1



    • Brotherhood of Nod

    • List of Xros Digimon/Digimon with no known Level
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