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EQ2

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Apocalypse
Warlock
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Deals massive poison damage over time to as many as 5 enemies.

Target Enemy
Power 327
Casting 4.0 seconds
Recast 45.0 seconds
Duration 6.0 seconds
Effect Radius 10.0 meters
Range Up to 35.0 meters
Max AOE Targets 5
Level 50

Mastery

Disruption

Effects
  • Inflicts (X) poison damage on target encounter instantly and every 1.5 seconds
Apocalypse Spell Line
I II III
50 70 80
Spell Effects by Spell Rank
Effect Apprentice Journeyman Adept Expert Master Grandmaster
Resistibility 12% Harder 12% Harder 12% Harder 16% Harder 21% Harder
Inflicts (X) poison damage 211-391 258-478 281-522 328-609  ?

Gray cells correspond to unavailable ranks of the spell. Effect values for this spell are modified by the player's Intelligence.

Notes

  • The damage numbers of 211-391, 258-478, 281-522, 328-609 are at INT 63 (without any armor or worn items)

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Apocalypse may refer to:

Etymology

Apocalypse is a shortening of the phrase apokalupsis eschaton, which literally means "revelation at the end of the æon, or age". The word is commenly used to describe the end of the world.

Trivia

In all cases of Apocalypse's spell incarnations, Apocalypse's animations always starts with a magic circle.


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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Apocalypse
[[Image:|{{{image_width}}}px|Image of Apocalypse]]
Statistics
Real name Jeffrey Gibbs
Ring Names {{{names}}}
Height 6'1"
Weight 235 lbs.
Date of birth March 5th 1979
Place of birth Long Island, N.Y
Date of death N/A
Place of death N/A
Resides Long Island, N.Y
Billed from Long Island, N.Y
Trainer Eddie Kingston (Eddie Doom)
Dominique Navarro (Dragon King)
Current
federation(s)
2WWF
Previous
federation(s)
N/A
Handled by Eddie Matthews
Win/Loss Record {{{winloss_record}}}
Debut August 23rd 2007
Retired {{{retired}}}

Apocalypse was born in Long Island, New York. He first joined the US Marine Core in 1992 on the day of remembarance, 11th Novemeber. Of course, the writer of this entry is an idiot because the Marine Corps doesn't take twelve and thirteen year olds. And after his 5 year contract with the Marine Core he quit. During his time with the Marine' though, he didn't leave emty handed, taking with him a number of Wrestling Trophies. With that amateur wrestling background, he decided to take it to the full. He was scouted by many companies, and he said no to each and every one of them, that was until, Dean, the Owner of Two Worlds Wrestling Federation (2WWF) came along.


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia

Apocalypse is a term applied to the disclosure to certain privileged persons of something hidden from the mass of humankind. Today the term is often used to mean "end of the world", which may be a shortening of the phrase apokalupsis eschaton which literally means "revelation at the end of the world".

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End of the world

Desmond meets Ms. Hawking.("Flashes Before Your Eyes")

The Apocalypse is a major theme that occurs numerous times throughout the series. Here are a few examples:


Revelation

Jack's deceased father, Christian.("White Rabbit")

Throughout the show, there are numerous characters who seem to receive certain "supernatural" visions, messages, or other information that other characters are not privileged to:

  • Locke, perhaps the best example, has "seen into the eye of the island" and has some communion with it, receives visions, and seems to have other secret knowledge that the rest of the characters do not.
  • Jack sees his dead father and is guided to water ("White Rabbit").
  • Shannon sees a ghostly Walt and is led to her death ("Abandoned").
  • Charlie receives visions telling him to baptize Aaron ("Fire + Water").
  • The "whispers" have been heard by certain characters at various times.
  • Ben seems privileged in his communications with Jacob, and though we do not yet know what has been revealed through the communications, it seem to guide Ben's and the Others' actions.
  • Desmond receives his "flashes" of the future.

The entire storyline of Lost may also be interpreted as a "Revelation." In other words, it is an apocalypse in the archaic definition of something hidden being revealed.

Narrative

The apocalypse, or the great battle between the forces of good and evil for the fate of the world can help to explain the overarching narrative of the show. People are identified as "good" or "evil." Images of "light" and "dark" are constantly juxtaposed. Often, characters are told that their action will determine the fate of the world. There is a list which contains the names of the "good" people - a biblical allusion to the Book of Revelation. Another allusion to the biblical Book of Revelation is that the Antichrist and his followers will act in the name of that which is good and holy, but they will be deceivers - a seeming match to Ben and many of the Others, who characterize themselves as "the good guys." Furthermore, Jacob is characterized as the leader of the Others; according to the New International Version Bible, the figurative meaning of the name Jacob is "to deceive." The Others refer to Jacob as "Ile Qui Nos Omnes Servabit" which translates into "He who will save us all." Logic dictates there's something to be saved from.

See also

  • Watchmen - The "Scheme to save Humanity" under the "Shared themes" header reveals an apocalyptic storyline in a possibly inspirational work that the creators of Lost have called "the greatest piece of popular fiction ever produced".



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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

This article or section is deprecated from a Test Server.

The information on this page is no longer relevant to the Tibia or TibiaWiki community. It was clearly seen on an official test server, but has not been encountered in-game.

The information in this page or section may not be accurate, but this page should be retained for posterity.

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This creature is a boss in the Demons class.
Apocalypse

160000? Hit points
80000? Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: --/--
Abilities: Summons 0-6 Demons, Melee (0-3000?), Berserk, Paralyze, Great Fireball (0-1500?), Great Energy Beam (0-1300?), Distance Fighting (Musical Notes), Strong Haste, Paralysis, Armageddon (0-4000).
Pushable: ?
Push Objects: ?
Est. Max. Damage: 9800? (17609? with summons) hp per turn
Immune To: ?
Strong To:
Neutral To: Physical?, Holy?, Death?, Fire?, Energy?, Ice?, Earth?, Drown?, Life Drain?
Weak To:
Sounds: "DESTRUCTION!"; "BOW TO THE POWER OF THE RUTHLESS SEVEN!"; "CHAOS!"; "DEATH TO ALL!"
Behavior: Apocalypse probably fights until death for the ideal of Zathroth.
Field Notes: Is the strongest monster in tibia. It is a Member of The Ruthless Seven, The Total Destruction. Apocalypse's throne is in the Pits of Inferno. It was summoned twice by CipSoft members on Test Servers (May 2006 and November 2009).
Location: Unknown. It's believed to spawn in his throne room in Pits of Inferno.
Strategy: A couple of stronger blockers (level 300+) using Stone Skin Amulet and Might Ring and a large group of mages shooting SDs. Or just run for your life.
Loot: Expect very rare items. (Create loot statistics)
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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From City of Heroes Wiki

Apocalypse is a Ranged Damage enhancement set in the Invention System. It is available only at level 50.

There are six enhancements in this set:

  • Apocalypse: Damage (Superior) Unique,
  • Apocalypse: Damage/Recharge (Superior) Unique,
  • Apocalypse: Damage/Recharge/Accuracy (Superior) Unique,
  • Apocalypse: Recharge/Accuracy (Superior) Unique,
  • Apocalypse: Damage/Endurance (Superior) Unique, and
  • Apocalypse: Chance for Negative Energy Damage Unique Procedure (Proc).

Only one of each of these types of enhancements may be slotted per power.


The following set bonuses apply when slotting more than one of the enhancements in this set into a single power:

  • Two enhancements improves your Regeneration by 16%.
  • Three enhancements increases maximum Health by 3%.
  • Four enhancements improves the Damage of all your powers by 4%.
  • Five enhancements improves the Recharge of all your powers by 10%.
  • Six enhancements increases Psionic Defense by 5%.

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