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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Category:Adventurers article)

From DC Database


Pages in category "Adventurers"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 298 total.

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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

EQ2 character classes are organized in a symmetrical fashion. There are four major archetypes of classes: Fighter, Mage, Priest, and Scout. Each archetype contains two neutral classes (available to anyone), two good classes, and two evil classes. The good and evil classes are restricted to good and evil home cities, respectively. For an overview of classes, see: Choosing Your Class

Adventurer
Fighter (spells)
Warrior (AAs) (spells)
 - Berserker (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Guardian (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Brawler (AAs) (spells)
 - Bruiser (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Monk (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Crusader (AAs) (spells)
 - Paladin (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Shadowknight (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Mage (spells)
Sorcerer (AAs) (spells)
 - Warlock (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Wizard (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Enchanter (AAs) (spells)
 - Coercer (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Illusionist (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Summoner (AAs) (spells)
 - Conjuror (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Necromancer (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Priest (spells)
Druid (AAs) (spells)
 - Fury (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Warden (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Cleric (AAs) (spells)
 - Inquisitor (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Templar (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Shaman (AAs) (spells)
 - Defiler (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Mystic (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Scout (spells)
Bard (AAs) (spells)
 - Dirge (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Troubador (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Predator (AAs) (spells)
 - Assassin (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Ranger (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Rogue (AAs) (spells)
 - Brigand (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Swashbuckler (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
Crafter
Artisan (books) Secondary
Tradeskills
Craftsman (books) Outfitter (books) Scholar (books)
  Carpenter (books)   Armorer (books)   Alchemist (books) Tinkerer (books)
  Provisioner (books)   Tailor (books)   Jeweler (books) Transmuter (books)
  Woodworker (books)   Weaponsmith (books)   Sage (books)
  • Changing Class: By changing your citizenship, you can change your class to the nearest related class. Be aware, on completion, your spells and abilities will be reduced to (Apprentice I) level. For details, see: Betrayal Timeline
  • Tradeskill Classes: Your character actually has two classes: an Adventure class and a Tradeskill (Crafter) class. Your Tradeskill class has its own experience bar, and earns its own levels. You can see these in your Persona window. Your Knowledge Book has a separate section for Tradeskill abilities. Initially, you are a generic Artisan. For an overview, see: Taking up a Tradeskill

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Adventurer
Release date 23 October 2006 (Update)
Race Human
Members NPC? Yes
Quest NPC? Yes - My Arm's Big Adventure
Location Troll Stronghold
Sells items? No
Skill requirement? No
Quest requirement? Yes - My Arm's Big Adventure
Gender Male
Examine He's in a pretty nasty spot, in a pretty nasty pot. With some cabbage.
Notable features He is about to be boiled alive in a large cauldron.

The Adventurer is a non-player character who is cooked in a cauldron and eaten by the Troll Burntmeat in a cutscene during the My Arm's Big Adventure quest.

He appears to be armourless as his items (Dragon chainbody, Dragon platelegs, Dragon medium helmet, Abyssal whip, a Shark, and some Coins) are strewn over the floor.

The Adventurer has been captured by unknown means, most likely he was captured while exploring the Troll Stronghold. He has been stripped of his armour and clothes and placed in the cooking pot in the centre of the kitchen.

Burntmeat discovers Goutweed in the Adventurers Dragon plate legs, Burntmeat demands to know where it came from claiming that the Adventurer had stolen it from him.

The Adventurer hopes by that telling Burntmeat where he got the Goutweed from he will then be released, however this plan backfires as Burntmeat decides to boil him into a stew anyway after hearing about the origin of the Goutweed.

Burntmeat then realises that Goutweed can be grown again and informs the player that his assistant, My Arm, will need help growing it.

The adventurer apparently gave Burntmeat a stomachache because he forgot to wash the adventurer's sweaty feet before placing him in the cauldron with the other 'ingredients' (cabbage), and boiling him alive, after eating him Burntmeat gets ill, he claims this was a justifiable reason for cooking him when the player is disgusted at the news.

The player asks about the adventurer's items, to which Burntmeat replies that he has thrown them away, as they were no good for eating (the dragon armour and coins were hard on his teeth and the abyssal whip got stuck down his throat). He even throws away the shark, despite that being edible.

The adventurer tries to plead with Burntmeat.

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

Adventurer
could refer to:
Disambiguation page: If you followed a link to Adventurer that brought you here, you might want to go back and change it to link to a more specific title. (For example: Adventurer (some other term), or choose from one of those listed above.)

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the starship class. For more uses of Adventurer, see Adventurer (disambiguation).
Adventurer
Production information
Manufacturer

Verpine

Technical specifications
Usage
The Adventurer was a Verpine skiff design, roughly the size of a starfighter.

Designed as a personal sporting craft before the ascent of the Galactic Empire, Adventurer ships used hoverjets in place of repulsorlifts. Without shields, weapons or an astromech droid slot, the vintage ship was unsuited for any activity beyond pleasure rides. Akanah Norand Goss Pell and Luke Skywalker traveled to several planets in her Adventurer, the Mud Sloth.

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From City of Heroes Wiki

Bosses

Waylon McCrane

Waylon McCrane

Main article: Waylon McCrane

Adventurer and self-proclaimed hero Waylon McCrane was hired by the village of Salamanca to stop the strange goings on in the woods. He's gotten himself in a bit over his head, but he's still an impressive shot with a bow.

Powers:

Snap Shot Ranged, Minor Damage, Lethal
A quick attack that fires an arrow at your foe after only minimal aiming. Fast, but little damage. Damage: Minor, Recharge: Fast.

Aimed Shot Ranged, High Damage, Lethal
Though it takes longer to execute, your Aimed Shot deals greater damage than the Talon Snap Shot. Damage: High, Recharge: Moderate.

Blazing Arrow Ranged, high damage (Lethal), Minor Damage over Time (Fire) You fire a Blazing Arrow at your foe, dealing some Lethal damage and causing him to catch on fire and burn. Slightly less accurate than other Archery attacks.

Stunning Shot Ranged Disorient, Minor Damage (Smashing)
You fire a blunt, weighted arrow at your target's chest. The Stunning Shot has a good chance of Disorienting your foe.


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