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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Bombers were one of the means through which states of the Fallout world brought nuclear holocaust upon each other. Little is known about their capabilities, but in the Operation: Anchorage add-on for Fallout 3, several Chinese bombers can be seen circling the battlefield overhead, dropping their payload on coordinates delivered from the local listening post.

The presence and active use of Bombers for the deliverance of nuclear weapons suggests that the arms race had a far different outcome than the one in our world where, far in the future, ICBMs were only beginning to be fine tuned, and ABMs were yet to exist. Therefore, bombers are, at this point, still a cornerstone in the ability of delivering WMDs.

Vehicles in the Fallout games

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

TIE bombers bombarding the surface of Yavin 4.

Bombers (occasionally called starbombers) were starfighters specifically designed for use against well armored, often large or immobile targets, such as capital ships, space stations, and buildings. There were comparatively few types of starfighter found in a pure bombing role, since many less specialized fighters were versatile enough to attack both other fighters and larger or more heavily armored targets.

Most bombers employed some type of projectile weapon, such as proton bombs, concussion missiles, proton torpedoes, or thermal detonators to attack their targets, rather than energy weapons such as blasters. For best effectiveness against defended targets, bombers were escorted by other, nimbler starfighters. For protection against point-defense vessels such as anti-fighter corvettes, they were sometimes accompanied by support spacecraft such as frigates which provided cover as they closed on their objectives.

Dedicated bombers include:

In addition, some heavy assault starfighters such as Y-wings, B-wings, K-wings and GAT-12 Skipray Blastboats were occasionally referred to as bombers.

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Greiger

Greiger

Kanji

ボマー

English

Greiger

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 015

Appears in

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

Gender

Male

Deck(s)
WC09 Deck(s)

Card Bomb! Boom!

Seiyū (Japanese)
  • Keiji Hirai
Voice actor(s) (English)

Greiger, also known as Bommer in the Japanese anime, is a participant in the Fortune Cup, and later, a member of the Dark Signers. An honorable duelist, Greiger is prideful, yet stoic. Likely of Southwestern Native American origin, he comes from a destitute village which he duels to provide financial aid to. Once he's transformed into one of the Dark Signers, Greiger obtains the Killer Whale dark mark when Roman kills him by hanging him over the Negative Enerdy. He is then brought back to life prior to Goodwin's defeat.

Greiger and his people are descendants of the People of the Stars, having knowledge of the Crimson Dragon and the Signers, as he stated that, if he lost, he wanted to be defeated by one of the Five Dragons.

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Biography

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Early Life

Just like with Crow's childhood, Greiger grew up on the same conditions, on a poor place and so just like him he learned everything from Duel Monsters cards. Also he tried to passed that same knowledge to his brothers and the children from the village.

It was thought that Yliaster used Greiger's village as the site of an "experiment" to summon the Crimson Dragon, which completely destroyed the village and killed his entire family. To which with such information Yliaster didn't want anyone to know, Greiger then became involved in some sort of compromise with Rex Goodwin, agreeing that KaibaCorp will provide aid for reconstruction of the village in exchange for exposing the Signers during the Fortune Cup. Still he revealed the scandal during his second match in the Fortune Cup.

However after he becomes one of the Dark Signer's, Greiger comes to learn the truth. That ones responsible for his village's destruction were actually them. As when his Earthbound Immortal was summoned it held the souls of his siblings and other children.

Fortune Cup

His first match is against Luna, but as her brother is substituting for her, he ends up dueling a disguised Leo instead. Though Leo puts up a valiant fight, Greiger wins easily, never even being intimidated. During the break between his match and the next match between Akiza Izinski and Gill Randsborg, Greiger is stopped in the hall by Lazar, who informs him that he dueled the wrong twin.

Greiger's opponent in the semifinals is Yusei. During the match, Greiger gains an advantage over Yusei by summoning his trump card, Flying Fortress SKY FIRE, within the second turn of the duel. Yusei is able to destroy it, but not before being left with only 300 Life Points after taking massive damage from both its massive attack power and destructive burn effect. Despite losing his key card, Greiger however keeps Yusei at bay with his Chariot Pile trap until he Summons "Dark Strike Fighter", but Yusei was able to defeat Greiger before he could use its burn effect to end the match.

Having lost the match and enraged at no longer being able to help his younger brother and sister, Greiger decides to take revenge on Goodwin for his village's destruction. Greiger uses his Duel Runner to rocket toward the box room, intending to kill Goodwin. Yusei attempts to stop him, but one of the spikes on Greiger's Duel Runner breaks and flies off crashing into Goodwin's control room. Goodwin catches it with his prosthetic hand. When both riders crash land, an enraged Greiger grabs Yusei and asks him why he stopped him. Yusei tells him that if he went through with it he would be no better than Goodwin.

Greiger is arrested by the Securities after his assault on Goodwin. He leaves a message to Yusei telling him to carry out his own mission.

Dark Signers

Greiger as a Dark Signer.

Greiger is being transported in a Security vehicle at the time the abilities of the Dark Signers Misty Tredwell and Carly Carmine awaken. The city is shaken as the Lizard and Hummingbird Nazca lines appear in New Domino. The vehicle transporting Greiger is within the borders of the flaming lines. When Misty Summons "Earthbound Immortal Ccarayhua" the guards transporting Greiger as well as most everyone else within the Nazca border are absorbed by it to fulfill its summoning requirements. Greiger is then freed from their custody by Devack, who seems to know him somehow. Devack invites Greiger to join the Dark Signers, if he wants to get his revenge on Yliaster for destroying his village.

After Devack's defeat and the apparent destruction of Cusillu, Roman Goodwin proves to have a contingency plan. Greiger is transformed into a Dark Signer after Roman kills him by hanging him (In the dub, he is dropped into the Netherworld via a trapdoor) and obtains an Earthbound Immortal; "Chacu Challhua". He attempts to catch up with Yusei only to be cut off by Crow Hogan challenging him to a Shadow Turbo Duel.

Greiger turns into dust after he loses

During the duel, it is revealed like Crow, he too had looked after a group of orphaned children along with his younger siblings, Annie and Max. It was also revealed that it was the Earthbound Immortals, mainly Greiger's, that caused their disappearance as evident by their souls trapped within "Chacu Challhua". Upon this revelation, Greiger attempts to back down, however at that time, the Earthbound God telepathically requests him not only to continue but to also to kill every Signer. As Greiger refuses, in the end he is taken over and attacks Crow unwillingly.

Still the duel ends with Crow as the victor, and the souls of everyone the Immortal had absorbed were released, including everyone at Greiger's village. Greiger, having to pay the price as a Dark Signer, crumbles to dust, not before apologizing to Crow and Yusei. He dies happy finally knowing what happened to his village and that they are free. A shooting star is seen over his village later. His brother and sister wonder if Greiger also is watching it.

Greiger, upon being returned from the dead

When Rex is defeated in the final battle, and the King of the Underworld is destroyed, Greiger is restored to life, along with the other Dark Signers except for Roman and Goodwin himself. However, like the others its expected to have no recollection of ever being a Dark Signer.

Kalin and Greiger went on trips after being revived.

Deck

Main article: Greiger's Decks

Greiger plays a Reactor Deck. His monsters are based on World War II-style aircraft and inflicts damage to his opponent whenever a specific type of card is played. Once Greiger becomes one of the Dark Signers he received "Earthbound Immortal Chacu Challhua" and his Deck was supplemented with monsters based upon naval or undersea craft in addition to his Reactors.

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