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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

The Item, Location, Quest, Mob or NPC referred to by this page has been removed from EverQuest II.
This article is being retained for historical reasons
Part of the Sarnak Rumors Timeline, but removed with the release of Rise of Kunark
Beetle
other resources
Allakhazam's
EverQuest II NPC Information
Purpose Quest
Race Human
Zone East Freeport (LU37)
Location Waiting in the line at the Seafury Buccaneers Recruiting Station on the docks ( -243.71, -56.07, -73.67 ) /waypoint -243.71, -56.07, -73.67 EQ2MAP POI


Following the attack upon The Red Feather and her escorts, Seafury Buccaneers recruitment is up!

Quests

Investigate the Goings on in Freeport


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

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

Species

  • Armet Beetle
  • Beady Beetle
  • Blaze Beetle
  • Borer Beetle
  • Chamber Beetle
  • Copper Beetle
  • Desert Beetle
  • Diving Beetle
  • Dung Beetle
  • Goblin's Beetle
  • Goliath Beetle
  • Helm Beetle
  • Nest Beetle
  • Sand Beetle
  • Scarab Beetle
  • Stag Beetle
  • Starmite


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Notorious Monsters

  • Ancilla Beetle
  • Arboricole Beetle
  • Atlas Beetle
  • Bisan
  • Boll Weevil
  • Diamond Daig
  • Donnergugi
  • Dynast Beetle
  • Enhanced Beetle
  • Enhanced Kettenkaefer
  • Fungus Beetle
  • Gawky Gawain
  • Hercules Beetle
  • Kettenkaefer
  • Lumber Jack
  • Panzer Percival
  • Pilwiz


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Special Attacks

  • Hi-Freq Field: Cone Attack Evasion down.
  • Power Attack: Single target critical damage.
  • Rhino Attack: Single target Knockback.
  • Rhino Guard: Evasion boost.
  • Spoil: Single target Strength down.


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

A collection of different beetles.

There were several types of beetles:

There were also things named for beetles:

External links


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SWG Wiki

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

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Rock Beetle

Inhabits: Tatooine

Table of contents

Statistics

Basics

  • Natural CL:
  • Aggressive: Yes/No
  • Stalker: Yes/No
  • Deathblows: Yes/No
  • Social: Yes/No
  • Difficulty: Normal/Elite/Boss

Attacks

  • Melee
  • Spit
  • Poison
  • Disease

Resources / Loot

  • Bone type:
  • Hide type:
  • Meat type:
  • Milk type:
  • Loot: trophy, tissues, scales, ...

Cave Beetle

Basics

  • Natural CL:
  • Aggressive: Yes/No
  • Stalker: Yes/No
  • Deathblows: Yes/No
  • Social: Yes/No
  • Difficulty: Normal/Elite/Boss

Attacks

  • Melee
  • Spit
  • Poison
  • Disease

Resources / Loot

  • Bone type:
  • Hide type:
  • Meat type:
  • Milk type:
  • Loot: trophy, tissues, scales, ...

Large Cave Beetle

Basics

  • Natural CL:
  • Aggressive: Yes/No
  • Stalker: Yes/No
  • Deathblows: Yes/No
  • Social: Yes/No
  • Difficulty: Normal/Elite/Boss

Attacks

  • Melee
  • Spit
  • Poison
  • Disease

Resources / Loot

  • Bone type:
  • Hide type:
  • Meat type:
  • Milk type:
  • Loot: trophy, tissues, scales, ...

Dune Beetle

Basics

  • Natural CL:
  • Aggressive: Yes/No
  • Stalker: Yes/No
  • Deathblows: Yes/No
  • Social: Yes/No
  • Difficulty: Normal/Elite/Boss

Attacks

  • Melee
  • Spit
  • Poison
  • Disease

Resources / Loot

  • Bone type:
  • Hide type:
  • Meat type:
  • Milk type:
  • Loot: trophy, tissues, scales, ...

Rock Beetle

Basics

  • Natural CL:
  • Aggressive: No
  • Stalker: Yes/No
  • Deathblows: No
  • Social: No
  • Difficulty: Normal

Attacks

  • Melee

Resources / Loot

Giant Rock Beetle

Basics

  • Natural CL:
  • Aggressive: Yes/No
  • Stalker: Yes/No
  • Deathblows: Yes/No
  • Social: Yes/No
  • Difficulty: Normal/Elite/Boss

Attacks

  • Melee
  • Spit
  • Poison
  • Disease

Resources / Loot

  • Bone type:
  • Hide type:
  • Meat type:
  • Milk type:
  • Loot: trophy, tissues, scales, ...

Large Rock Beetle

Basics

  • Natural CL:
  • Aggressive: Yes/No
  • Stalker: Yes/No
  • Deathblows: Yes/No
  • Social: Yes/No
  • Difficulty: Normal/Elite/Boss

Attacks

  • Melee
  • Spit
  • Poison
  • Disease

Resources / Loot

  • Bone type:
  • Hide type:
  • Meat type:
  • Milk type:
  • Loot: trophy, tissues, scales, ...

Sand Beetle

Basics

  • Natural CL:
  • Aggressive: Yes/No
  • Stalker: Yes/No
  • Deathblows: Yes/No
  • Social: Yes/No
  • Difficulty: Normal/Elite/Boss

Attacks

  • Melee
  • Spit
  • Poison
  • Disease

Resources / Loot

  • Bone type:
  • Hide type:
  • Meat type:
  • Milk type:
  • Loot: trophy, tissues, scales, ...

Giant Sand Beetle

Basics

  • Natural CL:
  • Aggressive: Yes/No
  • Stalker: Yes/No
  • Deathblows: Yes/No
  • Social: Yes/No
  • Difficulty: Normal/Elite/Boss

Attacks

  • Crap in mouth
  • Spit
  • Poison
  • Disease

Resources / Loot

  • Bone type:
  • Hide type:
  • Meat type:
  • Milk type:
  • Loot: trophy, tissues, scales, ...

Large Sand Beetle

Basics

  • Natural CL:
  • Aggressive: Yes/No
  • Stalker: Yes/No
  • Deathblows: Yes/No
  • Social: Yes/No
  • Difficulty: Normal/Elite/Boss

Attacks

  • Melee
  • Spit
  • Poison
  • Disease

Resources / Loot

  • Bone type:
  • Hide type:
  • Meat type:
  • Milk type:
  • Loot: trophy, tissues, scales, ...

Note: For details on HAM levels, armor, and defense see Creature & NPC Combat Level Chart.

Star Wars Lore

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Beetle is a Predacon in the Beast Wars portion of the Generation One continuity family.
I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together.... No, wait, that'd be Beatle. My bad.

Beetle turns into a stag beetle, by gum!

Note: What he's like (and what his name is) depends on whether you read English or Japanese.
Japanese name: Insecticon

Contents

Fiction

Japanese

His name's Insecticon and he's the Predacon's Insect Soldier. Fighting in deep forests is his strong point, and he's a master of surprise attacks. Beast Wars Perfect Book

IDW Beast Wars comics

Beetle is a strange, twisted little robot. When other Predacons downsized during the Great Upgrade Beetle took it to the extreme and went micro-sized. Antisocial to his core, anything that sets him appart from other Cybertronians is right up his alley. Beetle cares nothing for the Predacons, but loves the arts of torture and interrogation, and since the Maximals are unlikely to sanction his sick passions he's willing to tollerate the larger Predacons. Beetle is the type of interrogator most to be feared: he doesn't care in the least what information you might have, he just wants to find the worst most painful ways to make you share it all. Beast Wars Sourcebook 1

Toys

Beast Wars

  • Beetle (McDonald's Happy Meal toy, 1996)
Part of the first McDonald's Beast Wars promotion, Beetle transforms into a stag beetle. His head bears a distinct likeness to the gator-body version of Megatron. His body and transformation, on the other hand, bear a resemblance to Insecticon, though he's not colored at all like either of them.
He's made of considerably softer plastic than most of the other toys even in the promo, making him nice and safe for little ones to chew on.

Trivia

  • Note that Beetle being named "Insecticon" in Japan does not make him another version of Beast Wars Insecticon, as the latter's name was "Kuwagaiger" in that country.

External links

  • Beetle at TFU.info

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