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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

See also Bee (race).

Bees were a species of insects native to Earth. They were similar to the bees native to Melissa Majoria. (DW: The Stolen Earth) The Doctor was rather fond of Bees. (DW: The Robots of Death)

Many bees lived in colonies, collecting pollen to be created into honey. Bees were domesticated by Humans for their honey. They were a hive society with a fertile queen, male drones, and infertile female workers. A larva develops into a queen if fed royal jelly. (DW: Delta and the Bannermen) It was aerodynamically impossible for bumblebees to fly, yet they did it. (DW: The Robots of Death)

This is an urban legend.

In 2009, the bees from Melissa Majoria were leaving Earth, making it seem like the bees were dying out. (DW: Partners in Crime, Planet of the Ood, Turn Left, The Stolen Earth)

In the Real World, the bee population of Earth is seriously dropping.
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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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A bee was a flying insect, whose body produces from its glands and plant pollen the edible, semi-solid honey.

In 2254, Leonard McCoy and Elizabeth March had an outdoor sexual activity interupted by a bee on Nova Empyrea. (TOS novel: The Better Man)

In 2267, Spock told Kirk that the birds and bees were not Vulcan. In regards to his Pon farr. (TOS episode: "Amok Time")

In 2268, the speech of Scalosians to the unaided ear were mistaken for that of bee wings rapidly buzzing. This distortion effect was from their existance in an accelerated, subspace domain. (TOS episode: "Wink of an Eye")

In 2269, the landing party consisting of Spock, Uhura and Sulu observed the ancient starship orbitting the dead sun Questar M-17 was designed much the way Terran bee drones weave togerher hives. (TAS episode: "Beyond the Farthest Star")

In 2275, on Nova Empyrea, Montgomery Scott suggested that angry people had a bee "in their bonnet". (TOS novel: The Better Man)

These creatures built intricate hives, yet were not intelligent. (TOS novel: Vulcan!)

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Muppet

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Bee is a genus in the Vermin family in Final Fantasy XI.

Species

  • Bumblebee
  • Davoi Hornet
  • Davoi Wasp
  • Death Jacket
  • Death Wasp
  • Digger Wasp
  • Giant Bee
  • Giddeus Bee
  • Goblin's Bee
  • Huge Hornet
  • Huge Wasp
  • Killer Bee
  • Maneating Hornet
  • Miner Bee
  • Soldier Pephredo
  • Soul Stinger
  • Spider Wasp
  • Temple Bee
  • Volcano Wasp
  • Water Wasp
  • Wespe
  • Worker Pephredo
  • Yhoator Wasp


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Notorious Monsters

  • Arboricole Hornet
  • Beelzebub
  • Death from Above
  • Deathly Stinger
  • Demonic Tiphia
  • Erle
  • Hell Fly
  • Hunting Wasp
  • Nasus
  • Nightmare Hornet
  • Numbing Norman
  • Pixie Impaler
  • Powdering Penny
  • Red Pillywiggin
  • Skirmish Pephredo
  • Stinging Sophie
  • Yellow Pillywiggin


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Special Attacks

  • Final Sting: Deals damage equal to the Bee's remaining health, but kills the Bee.
  • Frenzy Pollen: Increases attack speed. Only used by Nightmare Hornets.
  • Pollen: Self-Cure effect.
  • Sharp Sting: Single target damage.


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Bees made hives that hung from trees.
Teebo: "But, Wicket, we don't even have a weapon!"
Wicket: "Hmmmm! Maybe we do, Teebo!"
Teebo: "That beehive? But what kind of weapon is this?"
Wicket: "One with a sting…I hope!"
Wicket W. Warrick and Teebo look for a way to stop an Endorian swamp beast

A bee was a small, winged creature that made a buzzing sound and stung painfully.[1] Han Solo compared the pain of his mending bones after the Millennium Falcon's crash on Kessel to the sting of a bee. Bees lived in oblong beehives, which hung from trees.[1]

Bees could be seen in the Lake Country of Naboo.

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Behind the scenes

In The Joiner King, Han Solo refers to "the birds and the bees" when Leia Organa Solo and Alema Rar start talking about sex and flower pollination on Ryloth.

In Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, a bee can be seen in the flowery fields of the Lake Country on Naboo during a romantic scene involving Anakin and Padmé.

Appearances

Sources

  • Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, First Edition

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 Ewoks 4: Valley of Evil, p. 16.

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