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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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For the dog from Little Lamplight, see Bandit (dog).
race: Human
affiliation: Themselves
role: Thug
location: Wilhelm's Wharf
appearances: Fallout 3 (add-on Broken Steel)
quests: Protecting the Water Way
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ref id: xx006957, xx006958, xx006959, xx00695a, xx003b39, xx003b3d

Bandits are characters added to Fallout 3 in the add-on Broken Steel.

Led by Split Jack, they are plaguing the water caravans going from Rivet City to the Capital Wasteland. Leadership of the group goes to whoever "hits hardest" according to Jack - which is him currently.

Related quest: Protecting the Water Way

Three of them will be attacking the bait caravan. While those are hostile, the others are initially friendly. Should you replace Split Jack by beating him in a duel, the bandits ask you to extort the "protection money" from Officer Lepelletier in his stead.


Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Metal Armor
Metal Helmet
R91 Assault Rifle - -


Bandits appears only in the Fallout 3 add-on Broken Steel.

Broken Steel (add-on)

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Final Fantasy

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From Final Fantasy Wiki

Bandit may refer to:

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Guild Wars

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From GuildWiki

Bandits are human thugs that waylay the countryside in the human kingdoms of Tyria.

Known Sub-Types

Region Type Collectable Drop
Pre-Searing Ascalon Image:NA-icon-small.png2 Bandit Raider
Image:NA-icon-small.png3 Bandit Blood Sworn
Elementalist1 Bandit Firestarter
Worn Belt
Post-Searing Ascalon Image:NA-icon-small.png3 Bandit
Elementalist3 Renegade
Elementalist3 Renegade Elementalist
Rawhide Belt
Kryta Warrior11(24) Bandit Leather Belt


Bandits are the only hostile characters other than bosses that use a playable skin i.e they use the Male elementalist skin

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Up to date as of February 08, 2010

From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

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"Uh oh, another Bandit droppin' in behind us! They're tryin' to flank us!"
Manuel Mendoza

Bandit is a latter phrase used by the UNSC Marine Corps to describe and entail a possible enemy aircraft or dropships of an unknown classification in vectored proximity and distance.[1] It has been used to reference Spirit dropships.

Before the actual name was revealed in Halo: Ghosts of Onyx, the name of the original DX-class Dropship was assumed to be the Bandit, due to Marines' use of the term to alert others of one arriving.

The term originated from Brevity code used by twentieth Century military forces.


  1. Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo (Level)

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
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Real Name
Donyell Taylor
Current Alias




Unified Guild and New Warriors

Daryl Taylor (father, deceased), Dwayne Michael Taylor (Night Thrasher (half-brother, deceased)


Base Of Operations
New York; formerly New Orleans, Chicago


6' 4"

300 lbs (136 kg)




Businessman, engineer, philanthropist


Place of Birth
Chicago, Illinois

First appearance

Night Thrasher Vol 2 #3
(October, 1993)


The New New Warriors: Special note must be made of the storyline "Time and Time Again," in which the core roster of Warriors was kidnapped by the Sphinx and a brand new team was formed. Silhouette was "with" Bandit at the time of her disappearance, and this led him to contact Warriors HQ for assistance. Hindsight Lad, the team's non-powered strategist, proposed that a new team be formed. Bandit took on leadership responsibilities (not because he felt a need for superheroes, but because he loved Sil), and called upon the team's reservists Darkhawk and Turbo, their ally Dagger, and Powerpax, who had earlier been identified as a potential member by Dwayne and Hindsight Lad. Bandit and his "New" Warriors took the fight against the Sphinx, and eventually defeated him with the assistance of the freed Warriors. After the story, Dwayne wanted Silhouette back, but she chose to go off with Bandit, explaining that they both shared a life of "shades of grey."

Gambit and Bandit: Bandit took Silhouette to Chicago, but it's unclear what happened after that -- either they broke up at some point, or he started cheating on her, because he was next seen dating Gambit's ex-wife Belladonna. He lived in New Orleans with her, and the two of them led both the Thieves Guild and the Assassins Guild together. But Bandit was deceiving Belladonna and going behind her back in his quest for power, and the New Orleans police assembled a large file on his activities. This all came to light when Gambit came back to town, and Bandit and Belladonna presumably broke up.


Post-Stamford: After the latest, illegal iteration of the New Warriors appeared, Detectives Sykes and Givens from the NYPD Costumed Division tracked down Donyell to see if he had any involvement, at which point they seemed to discover that the former Bandit had lost both his legs in a car accident. His life of crime seemingly behind him, Donyell Taylor now works as an engineer and philanthropist, founding Taylordyne Indistries to replenish his family's lost fortunes, and resurrecting the Taylor Foundation as a disaster relief fund to help the victims of Stamford. After the new New Warriors first major battle, they revealed their identities to each other, but Night Thrasher kept his hidden from them, wanting to maintain their trust. Later Donyell, in his wheelchair, pressed a button, revealing that the seeming loss of his legs was the result of an image inducer. Standing up and walking to the window, it became obvious he was the new Night Thrasher.

Powers and Abilities


Known Powers: Bandit has bioelectrical powers -- he can emit an electrical change strong enough to stun, injure, or possibly kill someone, by touching them. He augments the range of this power by shooting bladed projectiles connected to wires at people, basically turning himself into a living taser. In the past he used a small wrist-mounted crossbow for this purpose, but his current weapon is more difficult to quantify. He also seems to have superhuman speed and reflexes.


Accomplished marksman, acrobat, and martial artist.


Currently, Taylor is confined to a wheelchair



Bandit carried a specialized wrist mounted crossbow, that fired wire-tethered quarrels tipped with miniature grappling barbs which would penetrate an opponent's flesh and then open up beneath the skin. He would then use his powers to send a debilitating bio-electric charge along the electrically conductive tether, basically making himself a living taser. He also carries a variety of throwing stars.


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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Bandits are attackable NPCs that can be found at various locations. At the Kharidian Desert Bandit Camp the bandits will attack anyone who wears ANY Saradomin or Zamorak clothing or accessories, as they are supporters of Zaros. Because of this, many people use this to their advantage while training and therefore earn a high amount of experience with little effort. They can be pickpocketed at level 53 Thieving, but it's recommended to pickpocket them at Pollnivneach, because any bandit at Bandit Camp is often killed for combat experience. Pickpocketing a bandit at the Bandit Camp may result in the bandit getting killed by another player while you steal from it.

When players are near them wearing a Saradomin item, they will shout "Time to die, Saradominist filth!" Likewise, they will declare "Prepare to suffer, Zamorakian scum!" when they spot a player with Zamorak items. When players attack their fellows, they simply exclaim "You chose the wrong place to start trouble!" and attack you in a similar manner to the Al-Kharid Warriors.

It is possible for a player to achieve up to 60 000 - 70 000 experience per hour, depending on your Combat stats.

A good strategy for staying there longer is to bring some noted food items with you and restock by simply visiting the nearby general store, selling your noted food and buying it back in normal form. Bunyips are also a good option to take with you. Take a few summoning potions (4) and bunyip pouches with you. Many players also use a Guthan's set to heal themselves when low on health.

Another method of training is to wear excellent prayer boosting Armour and use protect from melee. The Bandits drop the Ranarrs required in a Prayer Restore potion and the chances of breaking even with this method is fairly high. In most events, the runes collected should even out the cost difference between Ranarrs and prayer potions. This method allows for fairly casual training as prayer drains slowly and the player is not losing hitpoints. Also, if this method proves accurate, there are no repair expenses due to Barrows equipment degrading. However, Guthan's set allows you to stay here training for long periods of time - because the cost to repair the whole set is about 300k, and will last about 15 hours, most players can earn enough gold to repair the set in less than 2 hours so this is still a viable way of training.

Picking a Bandit's pocket may result in this message showing up in your chatbox

Another method to train is to take Saradomin Godsword as a Saradomin item and fight Bandits. However, this method is slow since Godswords hit very slow but Saradomin Godsword can heal you up and boost your prayer in order to survive and also use Prayer for boosts, using the drops as a selling object can also be a good way to make a profit/buy potions to boost your leveling.

A bandit attacking a player wearing a Zamorakian item




100% drop

  • Bones





Items thieved


  • Before the 7 October update, it was possible to gain 600,000 experience points in a skill overnight. However, this can be greatly reduced by "tent stealers" or random events.
  • On 7 October 2009, there was an invisible update along with the high-level potions herblore update that while leaving your character to train the server logs you out after 5 minutes of inactivity.
  • Although these are Saradomin affiliated armour, bandits do not attack people with White Knight Armour, Initiate Armour, or Proselyte Armour.
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ST Expanded

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A bandit is an vessel being tracked during battle that has been confirmed as an enemy craft.

One of the first observations that USS Baldwin captain Patrick Ingrum had made was that there were bandits (in this case, various Jem'Hadar vessels) entering the Ludine Nebula, but not leaving. Richie sent USS Nimitz and USS Wildfire to investiate, where they confirmed that there were bandits waiting for an opportunity to ambush the Fifth Fleet. (USS Baldwin: "Danger Zone")

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

This creature is in the Humans class.

245 Hit points
65 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: 450/450 (Illusionable)
Abilities: Melee (0-43)
Pushable: ?
Push Objects: ?
Est. Max. Damage: 43 hp per turn
Immune To: None.
Strong To:
Neutral To: Holy, Fire, Energy, Ice, Earth, Drown, Life Drain
Weak To: Physical (+10%), Death (+5%)
Sounds: "Hand me your purse!"; "Your money or your life!".
Behavior: Bandits run at 25 hp. They will occasionally charge targets; although this only occurs if another player is close to the Bandit.
Field Notes: Bandits often appear in large groups along with other monsters.
Location: Dark Cathedral, Tiquanda Bandit Caves, Outlaw Camp, mountain pass west of Ankrahmun, Tyrsung, hole in southern Thais, Formorgar Mines. Also summoned by Gamel.
Strategy: Treat them as Wild Warriors. They can be pushed. Try to use the enviroment to your advantage. Lower levels should try to face only one or two of them at a time. Three Bandits can knock out your shielding and damage reasonably well. When alone, Bandits are quite harmless, but with additional Bandits, Wild Warriors, or similar monsters they can kill a low level with ease. Practice caution and always carry some healing items. People (often non-pvps) push AFK players to south of Thais where bandits can be roped. So be careful when going AFK if you need to do something else.
Loot: 0-28 gp, 0-2 Meat, 0-3 Tomatoes, Bag, Axe, Mace, Chain Helmet, Leather Legs, Steel Shield, Brass Shield, Brass Armor (semi-rare), Iron Helmet (semi-rare), War Hammer (rare). (Loot Statistics)
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Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

English: Bandit
Attribute: EARTH Image:Earth.png
Type: Shy Guy
Level: 2 Image:Star.pngImage:Star.png
ATK/DEF: 1600/1100
Card Lore: How can he move the moth & eyes on that mask?
Sets with this Card: None
Card Limit: Unlimited
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