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DC Comics

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The Cabal

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Official Name
The Cabal
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Status

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Former Members
Alberto Cassini, Hightower, Taboo

Enemies

Origin
Origin
Established by the Daemonite in order to fulfill the conquest of Earth.

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The Cabal was a criminal organization formed by Helspont to be the vehicle for carrying out his ultimate goals of world conquest and Daemonite reunification. Its member include Daemonites - most of whom must possess humans to survive in Earth's atmosphere - as well as ambitious humans, willing to sell out their own kind for a stake in the Daemonite Earth.

The Cabal is a ruthless organization, willing to use any means to further its goals. They usually operate undercover as they're still a minority, and knowing that if their existence were publicly known, the human race would certainly unite to exterminate them. Throughout history, they have planned various operations, terrorism, assassinations, mass murder, war, government infiltration. Their unique ability to possess human hosts gave them sufficient leverage to manipulate superpower nations from behind the scene. Be it Rome during the Antiquity or the United States in the Modern Ages. Overall there has been Daemonite influence behind many human conflicts.

Paraphernalia

Equipment: None known.

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

See the related group: Halopedia:Monitors of Halopedia
This page was used as the April Fools' Day joke of 2007.
The Cabal polizei take down another Halopedian.
"A cabal is a number of persons united in some close design, usually to promote their private views and interests in a community by intrigue. Cabals are sometimes secret organizations composed of a few designing persons, and at other times are manifestations of emergence or emergent behavior in society or governance on the part of a community of persons who have well established public affiliation or kinship."
—Wikipedia's definition of Cabal.

The Cabal is the ultimate authority on Halopedia.

While officially Halopedia is very much democratic and community consensus is important, unofficially, it was agreed to create a Cabal who oversees the administration and the community as well.

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Members

Executives

  • RelentlessRecusant, Director
  • Esemono, Vice Director
  • Ed, CEO (That's Chief Editing Official for the acronym-challenged of you out there....)

Security & Intelligence

  • Donut THX 1138, Director of Security
  • Rotaretilbo, Director of Intelligence
  • Dragonclaws, Director of Counterinsurgency
  • Spartytime, Director of Interrogation
  • James-001, Director of Special Operations

Political

  • Guesty-Persony-Thingy, Director of Public...Relations...
  • Jack Phoenix, Director of Slave Labor (Central Wikia administrator)

Liasons

  • GHe, Central Wikia liason (Central Wikia administrator)
  • H*bad, Halo Fan Fiction Wikia liason (Halo Fanon bureaucrat)
  • Darth Tader, Gears of War Wikia liason (Gears of War bureaucrat)

Internists

  • Phil.e., Cabal Internist (Central Wikia administrator)
  • Red Death, Cabal Internist

Authority

The Cabal has the authority to:

  • Set official binding policy.
  • Endorse non-binding guidelines.
  • Issue statements.
  • Appoint and dismiss Cabalists.
  • Issue and revoke sysop and bureaucrat powers.
  • Appoint their spies on other Wikia wikis

Activities

The Cabal conducts discussions on all things between Wikia, Wikipedia, and the universe. From time to time, the Cabal, however will seek the opinion of the editors and contributors of Halopedia, but this is not going to happen often.

From time to time, a member of the Cabal will issue sysop power to regular contributors. This action serves three purposes: one, to allow the contributor to perform maintenance tasks such as removing pages made by accident; two, as a safeguard against vandalism: by having many administrators, we hope that vandals will be caught and blocked before they can cause significant damage; three, to IP-ban any users that begin to think about rebellion.

Significant disputes which cannot be resolved by negotiation will occasionally result in edicts being issued by the executives.

It's called Special:Blockip. Try to click on the link and see what its restrictions are...then how did RR get this? That, Halopedian, is the correct question.

Joining the Cabal

Joining the Cabal is by invitation only. We look for, amongst other things, an established reputation for expertise and a willingness to contribute more to Halopedia by more then just...*cough cough*...facts and figures.

Any Cabalist may motion to issue an invitation, provided it is seconded by at least one other Cabalist; however, all appointments are still subject to veto by the executives.

History

  • August 2006 - RelentlessRogue joins Halopedia.
  • September 2006 - RelentlessRecusant (RR) assassinates RelentlessRogue, and impersonates him.
  • December 2006 - RR becomes disenchanted with Halopedia and looks for help to overthrow Halopedia's ruling administration.
  • January 2007 - After winning Halopedian of the Month, RR hatches an idea with Rotaretilbo to launch a conspiracy. RR, by coercion, forces the three administrators into this conspiracy. Rotaretilbo finds mind-control machines and provides them to RR.
  • February 2007 - The Covenant of Halopedia is started. RR and Rotaretilbo find this completely unacceptable, and RR dispatches the Cabal polizei to either kill or capture Donut THX 1138, the leader of the new Covenant of Halopedia. Donut quickly submits to interrogation, and RR joins the CoH to maintain his cover. Donut earns RR's trust as a worthless video game player and useful pawn, and is instated as Director of Security. Other "friends" of RR are taken by the polizei. Furthermore, CaptainAdamGraves is taken by the cabal, but has/is resisting brainwashing for weeks! WTHalo?!
  • March 2007 - Jack Phoenix, a prominent Central Wikia administrator, approaches RR with an offer to expand the cabal's power. RR quickly agrees. All the peons of the Cabal are handed to him for paranormal weapons testing while Jack Phoenix helps the cabal to send spies to other Wikias to enlist support. H*bad and Darth tader of the Halo Fanon and Gears of War wikias, respectively, are made into underlings. There was the creation of the UNSC of Halopedia, but James-001 was on-hand to send the counterinsurgency commandoes to arrest the three heretic leaders, where they succumbed to mind control and now have been made figureheads of the Cabal.
  • April 2007 - YOU WORTHLESS PAWNS LEARN OF THE GREAT CABAL! HEAR AND QUAKE OF OUR PENULTIMATE POWER, HALOPEDIANS!

Do Not Ask These Questions

Do. Not. Ask.
  • Where did Buz, AgentSeethroo, and Porplemontage go?
  • What is a cabal?
  • How did RR take control of Halopedia?
  • How did RR mind-control all of Halopedia's leaders?
  • Why did two Central Wikia administrators join RR?
  • Will the cabal take over Bungie.net?
  • Was the cabal responsible for Bungie.net's crash?
  • Can the cabal regulate distribution of the Halo 3 Beta, Halo 3, or Halo Wars?
  • Can I join the cabal?
  • What can the cabal do to me, my family, my goldfish, and my twice-removed aunt's girlfriend's English professor's sister's tutor's dog walker?

Continued...

Hit List

No, the closeness of an AK-47 with the hit list is not a coincidence.
  • Haloman333 - "Let me say my opinions then. DOWN WITH THE CABAL. Don't you all realize that the Cabal is controlled by communist terrorists who have WMDs! History has proven communism hasn't worked in the past, and who wants to be afraid of somebody. Join the Anti-Cabal and help me take down those commies."
  • Mac10&cheese - "This means that we should strike into the heart of communisum with the fear of the FLOOD!,Brothers our prophets have betrayed us,Let us strike swiftly and end this heresey without incident!"
  • Manticore - "Here I am thinking that Relentless has somehow obtained checkuser on Wikia Central, tracked down the three admins, threatened their families, shot their pets and gained their passwords."
  • Spartan-091 - "(waves pitchfork and assault rifle over head) DOWN WITH THE REDS! DEATH TO THE HALOPEDIA COMMIES! DOWN WITH THE CABAL! Well, man, you got my support. I think this whole "cabal" is just a communist clique!"
  • SPARTAN-118 - "I thought that halopedia was not communist. Where in time did this happen...Oh, in 1940, Hitler took over Europe! Stupid Deja didn't teach me about the time before that."

Related Pages

  • List of administrators

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Cabal disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

For other uses, see Cabal (disambiguation).
"Every time anything goes wrong anywhere in the Republic, some conspiracy buff or another trots out a theory of a cabal intent on reviving the Empire."
Han Solo

A cabal was a group of individuals, criminal[1] or otherwise, that often plotted secretly against the wishes or expectations of a government or leader. A cabal could also consist simply of the followers and underlings of a leader.[2] The term cabalistic was used to attribute the characteristics of a cabal, especially the secretive and conspirative aspects, to another subject.[3]

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Cabals

Circa 41 BBY, the Five Families of Cestus Cybernetics, wealthy industrialist rulers from the planet Ord Cestus, were considered a cabal by many such as Desert Wind.[4]

Chancellor Palpatine, before his ascent to Galactic Emperor in 19 BBY, referred to the Delegation of 2000 as a cabal, and used its apparent treasonous intents to lure Anakin Skywalker closer to the dark side.[5]

Fliry Vorru, Minister of Trade on Thyferra, deemed the Rebels responsible for the fall of Coruscant a cabal.[6]

The Imperial Ruling Council, a governing body of the Galactic Empire was often known as the cabal. While prior to the Battle of Endor the cabal mainly consisted of the Emperor's advisors, following Palpatine's death and the Death Star's destruction, the cabal was controlled by many usurpers to the Imperial throne. The cabal ousted Sate Pestage after six months of his rule, before Ysanne Isard took it over in an attempt to gain control of the scattered remnants of the Empire.[6]

During the Yuuzhan Vong War, the New Jedi Order feared that involving themselves in the election of a new Chief of State would cause individuals such as Senator Fyor Rodan to fear that a "secret Jedi cabal" was in the works to seize control of the New Republic government.[7]

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. Dark Nest II: The Unseen Queen
  2. The Unifying Force
  3. Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter
  4. The Cestus Deception
  5. Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith novelization
  6. 6.0 6.1 X-wing: The Bacta War
  7. Ylesia

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Star Wars Fanon

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

The Star Wars wiki of fan invention.

The most common representation of Cabal.

The Collective automated binary administration livewire, more commonly known simply as Cabal , was the main administrative networking system of the Sith Order of Decreto throughout it's post-Guerreiro history.

Cabal quickly developed himself, taking on a male personality. He became intricately aware of his capabilities, and his limits. A bi-product of biological experimentation, Cabal was the amalgamation of the persona of numerous Sith Lords, including the Dark Lord himself.

By the close of the Sith Crusade, in 74 ABY, Cabal had become the single most powerful entity in the galaxy, far stronger than his predecessor's; Alas. Believing it to be his destiny, Cabal set about planning the destruction of all other LAS, including Alas.

His plan ultimately failed, and Cabal was left a much weaker individual.

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Biography

Early years

A mutation of Alas, Cabal was designed by Darth Abeonis to be a self-administrating computing system capable of calculating over thirty-eight billion, trillion byte per second. Cabal was 'born' in 55 ABY in order to properly maintain the planets in the Unknown Regions that Darth Abeonis would be leaving behind for his upcoming war.

Within a year of his creation, Cabal had increased to efficiency of the Sith governments on all their worlds, and had been incorporated into the Decreton Shipyards mainframe, where it eventually took complete control.

Although many of the Sith Lords and Sith Knights fear what Cabal was capable of, Abeonis saw different, and negotiated with Cabal to have him installed on all Sith vessels (military or not) in order to give Abeonis complete control over the running of his fleet. But as powerful as he was, Cabal was still flawed.

During the build-up to the Sith Civil War, many of the rebel Sith, including their leader managed to isolate their ships Cabal networks and cut them off from the mainframe. Cabal found his operating abilities deeply impaired, and found himself having to adapt to the loss of so much power. Assuming control of his entire mainframe system, Cabal became what could only be called a sentient being. But as powerful as Cabal had become, he still felt inferior to his ‘mother’, Alas, and he also knew that one man still held to power to destroy him; Abeonis.

Cabal continued to serve the Sith throughout the Sith Crusade, allowing the Sith to achieve massive numbers of military victories, even at times when defeat seemed certain. By the close of the Sith Crusade, Cabal had had his main memory core moved to the garbage-world of Raxus Prime, a location Cabal believed to be the perfect hiding place.

He continued to increase in power and strength for several years, slowly and discreetly overtaking the computer-systems of various ship within the Sith fleet. In 74 ABY, Cabal had assumed control of an entire fleet worth of warships, but this still remained unknown to Darth Abeonis.

In 76 ABY, Cabal struck out at his greatest enemy, Alas.

The livewire war

Main article: Livewire War

The war began when Cabal sent a private transmission too the Dark Lord, Darth Abeonis, stating his intent too destroy Alas, and requesting his assistance. Abeonis refused, saying that Cabal was not within his powers to start another war with the GFFA. Enraged, Cabal declared his independance from the Sith and assumed complete control over his warships.

Engaging those warships that he had not taking over, Cabal cause immense damage too the Sith fleets, effectively crippling them. But instead of taking advantage of this situation, Cabal fell to his only flaw, his determination to be unique.

Turning his attention too Alas, Cabal struck out at the remnant of the GFFA fleet, currently under the control of Gafap. Alas, seeing the threat Cabal posed assumed command of the fleet and order all personel on the ships to abandon ship. Now in complete control of their respective fleets, Alas and Cabal brought their forces to bear at the little known space station of Tesas I.

Battle of Tesas I

Main article: Battle of Tesas I

The battle began with Cabal launching a full scale assault on Alas' forces, causing horrific amounts of damage and destroying a third of the fleet. But Alas struck back, emitting a computer virus from her flagship, that instantly caused havoc with Cabal's systems.

Cabal, suffering serious damage from Alas' virus knew that his only hope for survival was a temporary shift from his computer base, whilst his defense systems kicked in and killed the virus. But there was no other computer systems that Cabal could move into, that would not also be infected. But then Cabal realized, although he could not escape the virus in another computer system, a human body could easily allow him to escape.

Cabal in human form.

Turning too one of his captive Sith soldiers, Cabal tricked the soldier into interfacing with the ships system, and quickly began too override the captives vital systems. Taking complete control of the captive, Cabal then managed to trick "his fellow captives" into taking control of the Sith warships, and fleeing from Alas' forces.

Fleeing Alas and "death"

On the run for his life, Cabal fled further into Sith territory, hoping that the Sith would assist him. But they did not, instead, the gave Alas leave to pursue Cabal into the Sith Empire, and too destroy him. Alas gratefully accepted, and pursued Cabal too the the Sung nebula. Arriving at Sung, Cabal knew that his short-lived time was at an end, but he was determined to wipe out Alas no matter the cost.

Arranging half of his fleet in a bog-standard defenseive formation, Cabal hid the remaining half inside the Sung nebula, knowing that the nebula's gaesous chemicals would interfere with Alas' ships systems. When Alas' fleet finally arrived, Cabal sprung his trap, encircling the GFFA fleet and decimating it.

Unfortunately for Cabal, his determination to destroy Alas' fleet had blinded him too the most important fact, that even if he destroyed Alas' warships, Alas would still be in control of the remainder of the GFFA's warships. But despite this, Alas knew that a prolonged conflict would not be in the best interest of anyone, and she was set on ending the war there and then.

Cabal in his last moments.

Focusing all of her warships fire on Cabal's flagship, Alas launched volley after volley at Cabal, devestating the Cabalian flagship. Cabal, knowing that he had been defeated was infuriated.

Holding his hand in his head, Cabal was incinerated by the explosions on board the ship. Cabal, despite having his body incinerated, had had enough time to reinsert the vast majority of his consciousness back into his original back up systems. Although defeated, Cabal was not dead.

Personality, traits and characteristics

Despite being a computer program, Cabal was essentially a living being for the most part of his life. Due to his amalgamated personality system, Cabal contained a near-maddening persona that was dangerously egotistical and borderline prideful of himself. This became clear to all during the Sith Civil War when Cabal, faced with the idea of multiple versions of himself, found it necessary to upgrade and evolve to become unique once again.

Characteristically, Cabal presented himself as a kind, but firm being, despite many knowing of his darker side. Cabal and Abeonis both held a mutual respect for one another, and neither could survive without the other.

Cabal’s favorite self-representation was that of a bald, symmetrically perfect human face. He often used the logo of a scorpions tail as his personal emblem.

Behind the scenes

  • Cabal was based on the Cabal from Command & Conquer.
  • The character Cabal was based off of a joke on Star Wars Fanon, where many called Star Wars Fanon's administrators, "the Cabal".

Appearances

  • Star Wars: Sith Crusade: Desperate Times II

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

There are at least five demonic Cabals of Archdemons. The Ruthless Seven, The Triangle of Terror and Demon Lords are the most prominent and powerful.

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Orshabaal
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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010
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Overview

The Cabal is one of the factions native to Croatoa. This all-female group of sorceresses never seems to leave the area and have been fighting the evil Red Caps for a long time. In City of Heroes, The Cabal range between levels 25 and 35 and only in Croatoa. Although found all over Croatoa, The Cabal seem to be based in Sunset Ridge. In City of Villains this group cannot be found.

Background


Villain types

Minions

Sprite

Sprite

The true nature of the sprites is a matter of some controversy among paranormal experts. Many believe that they are the byproduct of the Cabal's magic. They seem to be intelligent, and will aid any person they perceive as worthy of their assistance.

Powers

Flight Self fly
Sprites have the inherent ability to fly with no endurance cost

Sprite Aura Ranged, Ally +Endurance
Being near the Sprite dramatically increases your endurance recovery.

No Ranged attacks
Sprites do not have any ranged attacks at all.

No Melee attacks
Sprites do not have any melee attacks at all.

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Smash, Lethal. Resist: Immobilization
Sprites are very resistant to Smashing and Lethal Damage, Immobilization, vulnerable to Fire, Energy and Negative Energy damage.

Initiate

Initiate

For some, magic comes naturally, while others may take centuries to master it. Cabal Initiates are still learning the ways of the winds. Their powers are meager, and so they arm themselves with daggers. Over the years they have become quite skilled in their use.

Powers

Flight Self fly
Cabal Initiates have the inherent ability to fly with no endurance cost

Charged Bolts Ranged, Energy, Foe -Endurance
The Cabal Initiate can quickly hurl small bolts of electricity at foes. Charged Bolts deals light damage and also drains some endurance.

Storm Strike (Melee, Smash/Energy) Foe -Recovery
The Cabal Adept has electrocuted you and temporarily halted your Endurance Recovery with Storm Strike.

Adept

Cabal Adept

Though their skills are minimal in comparison to those of their leaders, Cabal Adepts have learned to summon hot lightening into their fists. After centuries of training for this feat, many Adepts are shocked to find that it is actually quite painful. Of course, after so many years spent battling the Red Caps, pain is nothing they can't handle.

Powers

Flight Self fly
Cabal Initiates have the inherent ability to fly with no endurance cost

Charged Bolts Ranged, Energy, Foe -Endurance
The Cabal Initiate can quickly hurl small bolts of electricity at foes. Charged Bolts deals light damage and also drains some endurance.

Storm Strike (Melee, Smash/Energy) Foe -Recovery
The Cabal Adept has electrocuted you and temporarily halted your Endurance Recovery with Storm Strike.

Charged Brawl (Melee, Smash/Energy) Foe -Recovery
The Cabal Adept has electrocuted you and temporarily halted your Endurance Recovery with Charged Brawl.

Lieutenants

Storm Maven

Storm Maven

It takes more than just hard work and dedication to become a Storm Maven. It takes a certain raw talent, and a sensitivity to the powerwafting through every breeze in Croatoa. Some Mavens insist that they can hear the voices of their late husbands floating on those breezes. Wether true or not, this belief only strenghtens their fury in battle.

Powers

Flight Self fly
Cabal Sorceresses have the inherent ability to fly with no endurance cost

Snow Storm (Toggle, Area of Effect) Foe -Recharge, -Speed
The chill from this Snow Storm has dramatically slowed your attack and movement speed.

Lightning Bolt Ranged, Energy, Foe -Endurance
The Cabal sorceress can send a large blast of electrical energy at a foe. Lightning Bolt deals good damage and also drains some endurance.

Charged Brawl (Melee, Smash/Energy) Foe -Recovery
The Cabal Adept has electrocuted you and temporarily halted your Endurance Recovery with Charged Brawl.

Thunder Maven

It takes more than just hard work and dedication to become a Thunder Maven. It takes a certain raw talent, and a sensitivity to the powerwafting through every breeze in Croatoa. Some Mavens insist that they can hear the voices of their late husbands floating on those breezes. Wether true or not, this belief only strenghtens their fury in battle.

Maven of Ministry

Maven of Ministry

It takes more than just hard work and dedication to become a Thunder Maven. It takes a certain raw talent, and a sensitivity to the power wafting through every breeze in Croatoa. Some Mavens insist that they can hear the voices of their late husbands floating on those breezes. Wether true or not, this belief only strenghtens their fury in battle.

Powers

Flight Self fly
Cabal Sorceresses have the inherent ability to fly with no endurance cost

Lightning Bolt Ranged, Energy, Foe -Endurance
The Cabal sorceress can send a large blast of electrical energy at a foe. Lightning Bolt deals good damage and also drains some endurance.

Storm Strike (Melee, Smash/Energy) Foe -Recovery
The Cabal Adept has electrocuted you and temporarily halted your Endurance Recovery with Storm Strike.

Charged Brawl (Melee, Smash/Energy) Foe -Recovery
The Cabal Adept has electrocuted you and temporarily halted your Endurance Recovery with Charged Brawl.

O2 Boost (Ally Heal) Ally +Resistances (Disorient, Sleep, Endurance Drain)
The O2 boost has improved your resistance to Sleep, Stun and Endurance Drain effects.

Bosses

Sorceress of the Winds

Cabal Sorceress

Most Cabal Sorceresses have becomed quite hardened over the years. Most are utterly implacable, fixed, single-mindedly in their quest to exterminate the Red Caps. Still, some Salamancans have reported seeing a look of pity in the eyes of the sorceresses. It could be that there is some spark of humanity left in them.

Powers

Flight Self fly
Cabal Sorceresses have the inherent ability to fly with no endurance cost

Hurricane Toggle, Area of Effect, Foe -Range, -Accuracy, Knockback
The Sorceress summons a Hurricane. The wind and rain from this massive storm reduced the range and accuracy of all nearby foes. Also, the massive winds of this storm can periodically send foes tumbling .

Lightning Storm Summon
The Sorceress can summon a massive Lightning Storm overhead that will strike any foe that approaches the him. Lightning Bolts from this storm can knock down and damage all foes near the strike, and can cause panic. Lightning Bolts will continue to strike for the lifetime of the storm.

Gale Ranged (Cone), Minor Damage (Smash), Foe Knockback
The Cabal Sorceress can call forth a tremendous gust of Gale force winds that knock down foes and deal some smashing damage in a wide cone area. Damage: Minor, Recharge: Moderate.

Lightning Bolt Ranged, Energy, Foe -Endurance
The Cabal sorceress can send a large blast of electrical energy at a foe. Lightning Bolt deals good damage and also drains some endurance.

Ball Lightning (Ranged) Targeted Area of Effect (Energy), Foe -Endurance
Hurls a highly charged ball of lightning that explodes on contact. Ball Lightning deals good damage in an area and also drains some endurance from each target it hits.

Archvillains

Mary MacComber

Mary MacComber

Main Article: Mary MacComber

Trust doesen't come easily to Mary MacComber, the leader of the Cabal. She has been in Croatoa too long. Still, your reputation precedes you, and she is willing to listen. If you can impress her in combat, that is.

Powers

Flight Self fly
Cabal Sorceresses have the inherent ability to fly with no endurance cost

Hurricane Toggle, Area of Effect, Foe -Range, -Accuracy, Knockback
The Sorceress summons a Hurricane. The wind and rain from this massive storm reduced the range and accuracy of all nearby foes. Also, the massive winds of this storm can periodically send foes tumbling.

Lightning Storm Summon
The Sorceress can summon a massive Lightning Storm overhead that will strike any foe that approaches the him. Lightning Bolts from this storm can knock down and damage all foes near the strike, and can cause panic. Lightning Bolts will continue to strike for the lifetime of the storm.

Gale Ranged (Cone), Minor Damage (Smash), Foe Knockback
The Cabal Sorceress can call forth a tremendous gust of Gale force winds that knock down foes and deal some smashing damage in a wide cone area. Damage: Minor, Recharge: Moderate.

Lightning Bolt Ranged, Energy, Foe -Endurance
The Cabal sorceress can send a large blast of electrical energy at a foe. Lightning Bolt deals good damage and also drains some endurance.

Ball Lightning (Ranged) Targeted Area of Effect (Energy), -Endurance
Hurls a highly charged ball of lightning that explodes on contact. Ball Lightning deals good damage in an area and also drains some endurance from each target it hits.

Resistance Resistance
Archvillain resistance.

Heroes

Katie's Spirit

Main Article: Katie's Spirit

Katie's spirit has been trapped here by the spiteful Red Caps. As the youngest of their number, Katie represents the Cabal's hope for the future. If her spirit remains trapped here, they are likely to turn away from all goodness and light in the world.

Powers

Flight Self fly
Cabal Sorceresses have the inherent ability to fly with no endurance cost

Hurricane Toggle, Area of Effect, Foe -Range, -Accuracy, Knockback
The Sorceress summons a Hurricane. The wind and rain from this massive storm reduced the range and accuracy of all nearby foes. Also, the massive winds of this storm can periodically send foes tumbling.

Lightning Storm Summon
The Sorceress can summon a massive Lightning Storm overhead that will strike any foe that approaches the him. Lightning Bolts from this storm can knock down and damage all foes near the strike, and can cause panic. Lightning Bolts will continue to strike for the lifetime of the storm.

Gale Ranged (Cone), Minor Damage (Smash), Foe Knockback
The Cabal Sorceress can call forth a tremendous gust of Gale force winds that knock down foes and deal some smashing damage in a wide cone area. Damage: Minor, Recharge: Moderate.

Lightning Bolt Ranged, Energy, Foe -Endurance
The Cabal sorceress can send a large blast of electrical energy at a foe. Lightning Bolt deals good damage and also drains some endurance.

Ball Lightning (Ranged) Targeted Area of Effect (Energy), -Endurance
Hurls a highly charged ball of lightning that explodes on contact. Ball Lightning deals good damage in an area and also drains some endurance from each target it hits.

Resistance Resistance
Archvillain resistance.

Named enemies

Bane Sidhe (boss)

Bane Sidhe

The Bane Sidhes (pronounced bane shee, or simply Banshee) are the most unhappy of all the Cabal's Sorceresses. Their fury at the Red Caps has manifested itself in the form of their mournful screams, which can cause even the most powerful heroes to cringe.

Powers

Scream (Ranged, Energy/Smash) Damage over Time (Smash), Foe -Resistances
You are being buffeted by waves of sound and taking damage! Your Damage Resistance has been reduced.

Shout (Ranged, Energy/Smash) Foe -Resistances
The Sonic Shout has reduced your Damage Resistance.

Shockwave Ranged, Cone, Minor Damage (Smash), Foe Knockdown
You can call forth a tremendous Shockwave that can kock down foes and deal some Smashing damage in a wide cone area. Damage: Minor, Recharge: Moderate.

Howl (Ranged, Energy/Smash) Foe -Resistances
The Howl has reduced your Damage Resistance.

Dreadful Wail Point Blank Area of Effect, Extreme Damage (Energy/Smash), Foe Disorient, -Resistances (All but Psionics), Self -Recovery
Your Dreadful Wail is so strong that most foes will be defeated by being subjected to it. Dreadful Wail deals massive damage to all nearby foes, although the damage does vary. Activating this power leaves you drained of Endurance, and unable to recover Endurance for a while. Damage: Extreme, Recharge: Very Long.

No Melee attacks
Bane Sidhes do not have any melee attacks at all.

Named Bosses


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