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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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A butterfly is a species of insect that are known for their bright-colored wings. Several varieties of butterfly have been seen throughout the galaxy, including Earth, Rigel X, and Ba'ku. (TOS - The Janus Gate novel: Present Tense; ENT episode: "Broken Bow"; and TNG movie: Star Trek: Insurrection)

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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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From Muppet Wiki

Rowlf recites "The Butterfly".

Butterflies have been featured in several sketches on The Muppet Show, including:


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Butterflies are small animated creatures which flit around with fluttering motions. Butterflies cannot be interacted with by the player or any other in-game effect. They often fly up from the grass and do not rise very far.

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

Butterflying, also known as sword climbing, is a glitch present in Halo 2 and Halo 3. The glitch is a form of Sword Flying, and it allows two cooperating players to fly through the air.

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Instructions

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Halo 2

Have one player (Person A) jump on top of the other player's (Person B's) head. Person A should repeatedly jump while standing on Person B. Person B should, while looking up at Person A and holding an Energy Sword, rapidly press X and B. The button combination uses a reload to "cancel" a sword lunge (sword canceling), allowing the lower player to "fly".

More precisely, Person B ends up lunging at Person A, but canceling the lunge before the blow actually hits. The end result is that Person B moves upward, pushing Person A upward as well; Person A, however, is not killed by the lunge. When Person A jumps, they put distance between themselves and Person B, preventing the lunge from being an instant hit and kill. The two players can simply repeat the trick ad infinitum to achieve greater heights.

Note that Person B may use any weapon, though the Energy Sword is recommended.

An Expert and a Beginner

It is relatively easy for an expert and a beginner to perform the trick. The expert (Person A) should have an Energy Sword. Both Person A and their companion (Person B) should find a right-angle corner; Headlong has many such corners.

Person A should walk into the corner. Person B, the beginner, should jump onto Person A, and should continue jumping until they are stuck in the corner. When Person A is able to run around without causing Person B to fall, the trick may be performed.

Person A has to press A, B, and X in sequence as fast as possible. Person B must simply button-mash the A button. Note that for long climbs (such as when two players attempt to scale a tall building), Person A may have the additional task of moving forward into the building as they button-mash, to prevent Person B from slipping out of the corner. Ideally, a ruler or other item would be used to hold the thumbstick forward, so that both of Person A's hands are free to execute the button combination.

Tips

  • Y may be used in place of X when performing the button combo. This is actually safer, as it decreases the chance of the top player being accidentally assassinated.
  • An Overshield can also prolong the top player's survival.
  • Making the players turn in opposite directions can also prevent a potential assassination. Turning off auto look centering can help.
  • The bottom player must be sure to keep looking at the top player.
  • The right trigger may be used in place of B, though it would likely be more difficult to use.
  • It is wise to rest between consecutive attempts at butterflying tall structures. The repetition involved in the trick could tire out or strain a player's hands.

Halo 3

The Halo 3 method is identical to the standard Halo 2 method, save for the difference in buttons -- RB is used instead of X.

Halo 3 Glitches

"Friendly" Brutes · 3 Player Local Co op · Aqua Chief · Arbiter Eye Glitch · Arm Glitch · Banshee Hovering Glitch · Banshee Launch · Battle Rifle Ammo Glitch · Blanks in SMG · Butterfly · CTF Weapons Glitch · Corpse Respawn · Crow's Nest Entrance Destroyed Vehicles Glitch · Disapearing Grenade Glitch · Disappearing Truth · Drive an AA Wraith · Elephant Flipping · Elite Helmet Glitch · Equipment Jumping · Flying Dumpster Glitch · Flying Elephant · Forward Unto Dawn Glitch · Frozen Elite · Ghost Forging · Hall of Mirrors · Halo 3's Invincibility Glitch · High Ground Vacation · Higher Weapons Infected Brute Chieftain · Mongoose Glitch · Narrow's Man Cannon Glitch · Nuclear Bomb Glitch · Out of Sky Bubble Glitch · Overload Glitch (Halo 3) · Riding a Phantom · Ring of Rockets · Rtas 'Vadum in crashed Flood ship · Sangheili Neck Glitch · Scarab Boarding Glitch · Secret Room On The Covenant · Secret Room under Snowbound · Silhouette Sword · Skipping the Light Bridge scene · The Bump · The Covenant Vacation · Theater Tricks · Three Johnsons Glitch · Time Travel Glitch · Turn Black on Crow's Nest · Turret Detach Glitch · Turretless Vehicle Glitch · Two Arbiters Glitch · Two Spartan Lasers on Halo


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Butterfly (Avatars) (Earth-616) article)

From Marvel Database

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First appearance

Force Works #6
(December, 1994)

History

History of character is unknown.

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Recipes

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In cooking, to split a food (such as shrimp) down the center, cutting almost but not completely through. The two halves are then opened flat to resemble a butterfly shape.


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Catching a butterfly
A player catching a butterfly with his bare hands.
A player releasing a butterfly

Butterflies are caught using the Hunter skill. All players need to catch a butterfly is to have a butterfly jar and to wield a butterfly net. A butterfly can be netted by only one player, the one who started first.

The butterfly may be released from the jar immediately, allowing players to hunt another (butterfly jars are reusable). They are low experience, and are best combined with some form of trapping.

Some butterflies can be used to boost combat skills in other players in multi-combat areas. Used many times in Castle Wars to boost stats of other players.

With high Hunter and Agility levels, players can catch butterflies with their bare hands. This offers much more Hunter experience than usual, and also gives a small amount of Agility experience. However, players will not be able to keep the butterflies, since they are released after they are caught.

When examined it says; These look much better in the wild!

Level Image Creature Location Experience Effect
15 / 80 (and 75 Agility) Ruby harvest Ruby harvest Woodland 24 / 300 Raises another player's Attack by 20%
25 / 85 (and 80 Agility) Sapphire Glacialis Sapphire Glacialis Snow 34 / 400 Raises another player's Defence by 20%
35 / 90 (and 85 Agility) Snowy Knight Snowy Knight Snow 44 / 500 Restores another player's Hitpoints by 20%
45 / 95 (and 90 Agility) Black Warlock Black Warlock Jungle 54 / 650 Raises another player's Strength by 20%

Trivia

  • The Forge regent summoning familiar is also classified as a butterfly. Its tertiary ingredient is a Ruby harvest butterfly (in a jar).
  • It has been suggested by some players that releasing a butterfly from its jar resembles healing in the Nintendo game The Legend of Zelda not just visually, but also in that both situations result in a player being enhanced in some way.
  • Interestingly, if you click anywhere directly underneath the butterfly, your character will still attempt to chase and capture it.
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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

A butterfly was an insect with brilliantly-colored wings. There were many types of butterflies across the galaxy, many of which were displayed on Aargau.

Included are:

Appearances

  • Star Wars 48: The Third Law

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

There are three known varieties of butterfly.

File:10664.gifThere are rumours of a yellow butterfly that has not yet been seen in Tibia. These creatures have a history.


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