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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

C is the third letter of the English alphabet.

An animated letter C appeared in "Letter Song" in What's the Name of That Song?

Songs about C

Sketches about C

See also


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From GuildWiki

Champion is a title awarded for an in-game achievement that you can display for prestige.

Gaining ranks in this title increases the maximum cap of unspent Balthazar faction by 5,000 faction points per rank.

Champion title track

These titles are granted to an account that has won a number of high-rated GvG battles.

Rank Title High-rated GvG battles won
1 Champion 25
2 Fierce Champion 50
3 Mighty Champion 100
4 Deadly Champion 168
5 Terrifying Champion 280
6 Conquering Champion 466
7 Subjugating Champion 775
8 Vanquishing Champion 1,296
9 King's Champion 2,160
10 Emperor's Champion 3,600
11 Balthazar's Champion 6,000
12 Legendary Champion 10,000
Notes: Both guilds involved must have a rating of 1,200 or more for the battle to be considered high-rated.

Notes

  • When referring to ranks in this title track, one frequently says "c" followed by the number of their rank. "c2" is a "Fierce Champion". This abbreviation is almost exclusively a written abbreviation and it is referred to verbally as "champ."
Titles
Asura AllegianceCartographerChampionCommanderCodexDefender of AscalonDeldrimor AllegianceDrunkardEbon Vanguard AllegianceFaction AllegianceGamerGladiatorGuardianHeroKind Of A Big DealLegendary CartographerLegendary GuardianLegendary Skill HunterLegendary VanquisherLightbringerLucky/UnluckyMaster of the NorthNorn AllegianceParty AnimalProtectorSkill HunterSunspearSurvivorSweet ToothTreasure HunterVanquisherWisdomZaishen
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SWG Wiki

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From SWG Wiki

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CA

Clothing Attachment is one type of Skill Enhancing Attachment

Cap

The artifitial limit to a stat on a weapon or skill modifier. For example, a ranged weapon can be experimented to be only so fast. Once the crafter reaches that weapon's Cap, the stat can not be improved further. Also slang for Ship Capacitors.

Camping

When a player sits by a spawn point waiting for an NPC to spawn so they can kill it. In SWG this activity is accepted or frowned upon, depending on the spawn. Sometimes players will sit for hours waiting for a spawn.

CC

Reference to the missions that take place inside the Corellian Corvette

CD

Conductivity. Refers to resource stats.

CH

Short for Creature Handler.

The Creature Handler Profession was removed with the NGE.

Chilastra

Star Wars Galaxies Server

Chimaera

Star Wars Galaxies Server. Located in Europe.

CL

  • Combat Level
  • Creature Level. A scale that denotes a creature's relative strength. Also used with pets as a way to determine if a pet can be controlled by a player.

CM

Short hand version for Combat Medic.

The Combat Medic Profession was removed with the NGE.

CMN

Cry more noob. Used to flame people on the forums who whine about topics.

CNET

Short hand varation of 'Coronet', a city on Corellia. Coronet is also a major hub for players on some servers.

Combatant

Faction setting allowing a player to participate in the Galactic Civil War, but stay out of PvP. As a Combatant, NPC's of opposing faction will attack you on sight, but players cannot.

Compo

Short hand version of Composite armor. Sometimes also referred to as "Comp" armor.

Corbantis

Star Wars Galaxies Server (this place can be a little rough)

Corsair(s)

A band of pirates that rivals Nym's group. Located on Lok

CorSec

(Cor)rellian (Sec)urity, an NPC faction found on Corellia.

Covert

Old term referring to a factioned player that was not participating in PvP. With Publish 13.1, Combatants are the rough equivalent of Covert, in that they can attack opposing factional NPC's, but cannot attack declared players (Special Forces). Term may still be in use in space, but rules in space are now the same as on the ground.

CPU

Credits per unit.

CR

Cold Resistance. Refers to resource stats.

Credits

The Imperial Credit is the standard unit of currency in Star Wars Galaxies.

To achieve credits, players can take missions that pay a credit reward, sell items and services to other players, or loot NPC's they've killed, or sell items to Junk Dealers.

Cries of Alderaan

Cries of Alderaan

CS

Cloning sickness. Aquired when you die and clone to a cloning center. There are 3 ways to get rid of it. One way is to pay the medical droid in the cloning centers a certain amount of credits to cure it. Another way is to go to a cantina, medical facility, or an player owned structure to have an entertainer cure it. Last option is to wait out the 10 minutes the sickness debuff lasts.

CSR

A Customer Service Representative. CSR's are contacted via a menu option (HELP) which will launch an external browser. CSR's are used to solve technical issues or glitches.

CU

Combat Upgrade. The next big project the SWG development team worked on after the launch of JTL. Once called the Combat Revamp, this change attempted to balance out combat throughout the game. The CU was designed to balance all of the combat professions as well as give each specific roles in battle. Because this undertaking covered a lot of content and changes, it took a long time before testing was ever completed.

The CU was originally slated to go live with the Rage of the Wookiees expansion, on May 5. However, the Devs and SOE pushed the date up 6 Days, to April 30, much to some players' dismay. The Combat Upgrade existed as Publish 15 for the general ground game, free for everyone. The Devs made it clear the you would not have to buy the expansion to get the new combat system.

For some details on changes with the Combat Upgrade, see the Combat Upgrade Changes page.

CURB

Combat Upgrade/Revamp/Balance. Another term for the CU originally concocted by the early CU Alpha Testers as "CU/R/B", which was a joke alluding to the Combat Upgrade's two former names (Combat Revamp and Combat Balance).


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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Common article)

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Rarity

Common - Normal Rare - Short Print - Super Short Print - Holofoil Rare

Rare - Super Rare - Ultra Rare - Ultimate Rare - Ghost Rare - Holographic Rare

Secret Rare - Prismatic Secret Rare - Ultra Secret Rare - Secret Ultra Rare

Parallel Rare - Normal Parallel Rare
Super Parallel Rare - Ultra Parallel Rare
Gold Ultra Rare

Duel Terminal Parallel Rares

Explanation on Differences in Parallel Rares

Normal - Rare - Super Rare - Ultra Rare - Secret Rare

A Common card is identified by having a black or white card name and the image is not holofoiled. Some common cards are short printed or super short printed by UDE. A listing of all super short or short prints can be found in Beckett's Official Magazine.

Each standard Booster Pack (Duelists Packs and reprint packs contain a different amount of cards in each pack) has 8 commons in it. Because they're so easy to find and are often much less powerful than rare cards (in fact, most commons are considered completely unplayable for one reason or another), commons are worth much less than other cards. That doesn't mean commons can't be powerful and valuable, though.

Sample Image

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YCM

Up to date as of February 06, 2010
(Redirected to Common article)

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

A Common card is identified by having a black or white card name and the image is not holofoiled. Some common cards are short printed or super short printed by UDE. A listing of all super short or short prints can be found in Beckett's Official Magazine.

Each standard Booster Pack (Duelists Packs and reprint packs contain a different amount of cards in each pack) has 8 commons in it. Because they're so easy to find and are often much less powerful than rare cards (in fact, most commons are considered completely unplayable for one reason or another), commons are worth much less than other cards. That doesn't mean commons can't be powerful and valuable, though.

Sample Image

Image:Gladiator_Beast_Issagar.jpg
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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From City of Heroes Wiki

C is a letter of the alphabet.

It is also an alias for the /coalition command.


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