The Full Wiki

Challenge: Misc


Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

This is a disambiguation page: a list of similarly named articles. If an internal link referred you to this page, please change the link to point directly to the intended article.

This article uses material from the "Challenge" article on the Dofus Wiki wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

other resources
WARNING:This template depreciated, please use Template:SpellInformation2 when updating
Class Monk Monk Spell Icon HO Wheel Icon
Level 8
Category (Target) / (Enemy)
 Casting Time  0.25 seconds
 Recast time  20.0 seconds
 Cost  13 power 
 Duration  Instant
Monk: Beckon Spell Line
Level Spell Name
8 Beckon
22 Hand Clap ¥
36 Focus Energy
50 Agitate Spirit ¥
64 Challenge ¥
76 Scowl

¥ Master II choice

Interrupts and increases the hate of all enemies in an ancounter towards the monk.
  • Increases Threat to target encounter (see below)
  • Interrupts target encounter

What does this information mean?
You may upload a JPG or PNG image of the in-game examine window.

Spell Effects by Spell Rank
Effect Apprentice Journeyman Adept Expert Master Grandmaster
This spell is using an old template and may not have been updated for GU52. If you have updated this spell for GU52, please use the SpellEffectsLine2 template in place of SpellEffectsLine (ie add a "2").
Increases Threat to target encounter by 75-92

Cells for spell ranks that are not available for this spell are displayed as black.

This article uses material from the "Challenge" article on the EQ2 wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Challenge Map Icon

Not to be confused with Challenge Missions and The Challenge quest.

Challenges are Competitive Missions against AI-controlled foes which aim to simulate and train PvP combat.

They are not Arenas, as no actual PvP combat takes place, although they make use of the same maps as those that are used in the PvP arena system. However, Balthazar faction is still earned from the fights, though there is a cap to how much can be earned in one day from fighting Challenges, as opposed to no cap when fighting real PvP against other human players.

Challenges have a distinct icon on the game map. At a glance it looks like a mission icon, but the emblem on the shield is different.

There are two challenges in the game:

This article uses material from the "Challenge" article on the Guild Wars wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.


Margaret Heintz

Publication information

RPGA (Wizards of the Coast)

Release date


Media type

RPG adventure




Rise of the Empire era


20 BBY


Living Force campaign

Preceded by

Decision: Cularin

Followed by


Challenge was a roleplaying-game adventure in year five of the Living Force campaign. It was the first adventure of the year, as well as of the Polarization trilogy. It was written by Margaret Heintz and edited by Ron Heintz.


With the withdrawal of the Thaereian military from the Cularin system, crime became more profitable there. The Hutt crime lord Riboga intended to regain control of crime there from his former associate Nirama, so sends the assassin Kills to take out a number of important figures within Nirama's regime, to herald the Hutt's return to the system.


By type
Characters Creatures Droid models Events Locations
Organizations and titles Sentient species Vehicles and vessels Weapons and technology Miscellanea



Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Vehicles and vessels

Weapons and technology


This article uses material from the "Challenge" article on the Starwars wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

This spell is in the Support Spells class and has History


Spell Class: Instant Support Spells
Spell Words: exeta res
Exp Level: 20+
Premium: yes (requires promotion)
Used by: Elite Knight
(requires 30 mana)
Spell cost: 2000 gp.
Buy spell from: Eremo (Eremo's Island)
Effect: Makes all Creatures nearby change their target to the caster.
Notes: This spell could be dangerous for low levels.

This spell is very useful for blockers because it makes all creatures right next to them change their target and attack the caster.


Note that the creatures may change targets again, even after being challenged. Also some creatures (e.g. all Pirates) seem to ignore this spell, and not switch to the caster. In reality however the creature just changed target real quick.

Zero experience creatures that do not attack, such as deer, are not affected by this spell.

See: Complete list of spells.
Spellbook.gif Spells in
Attack Healing Summon
Berserk Death Strike Antidote Summon Creature
Divine Caldera Divine Missile Divine Healing Undead Legion
Energy Beam Energy Strike Heal Friend
Energy Wave Eternal Winter Intense Healing
Ethereal Spear Fierce Berserk Light Healing
Fire Wave Flame Strike Mass Healing
Great Energy Beam Groundshaker Ultimate Healing
Hell's Core Ice Strike Wound Cleansing
Ice Wave Rage of the Skies
Terra Strike Terra Wave
Whirlwind Throw Wrath of Nature
Support Supply
Blood Rage Cancel Invisibility Conjure Arrow Conjure Bolt
Challenge Charge Conjure Explosive Arrow Conjure Piercing Bolt
Creature Illusion Enchant Party Conjure Poisoned Arrow Conjure Power Bolt
Find Person Great Light Conjure Sniper Arrow Enchant Spear
Haste Heal Party Enchant Staff Food
Invisible Levitate
Light Magic Rope
Magic Shield Protector
Protect Party Sharpshooter
Strong Haste Swift Foot
Train Party Ultimate Light

This article uses material from the "Challenge" article on the Tibia wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Are you asking for a challeeenge?

The Autobot search teams continue to explore the depths of Gigantion.


Detailed synopsis

On Earth, Colonel Franklin and Dr. Suzuki watch as Primus fires his main cannons in another attempt to stall the expansion of the Unicron Singularity, which has begun to form warp-gates around Earth. Crosswise and Mudflap remark on the expansion as well, and worry about the Jungle Planet, which seems to be getting the worst effects of all the colony worlds. On Jungle Planet, Brimstone is struck by lightning and plummets from the sky, but is saved by Backstop.

Meanwhile on Gigantion, Snarl can feel the pain of his homeworld and howls into the (artificial) night sky. Leobreaker wonders why he can't feel the same connection, and Snarl assures him he should be glad he can't with what's going on now.

Elsewhere on the Giant Planet, Ransack and Crumplezone come out of hiding in a rubble-strewn room. The two decide that once they get the "Cyber Planet Thingy" they'll be strong enough to take on all the Autobots... and promptly fall through the weakened floor to a lower level, directly in the path of Optimus Prime's team. Again. Optimus transforms to super mode and uses his Cyber-Key-enhanced blasters to send the pair flying off. Again.

"We just use Autobots as a distraction for the populace, to draw attention away from our crippling lug-nut shortage!"

Another elsewhere, Soundwave and Sideways are scanning for something. They're interrupted by the Cybertron Defense Team, who demand to know what they're doing. The two tell the Autobots about the invasion of Gigantion by the inhabitants of Planet X, how the inhabitants used Gigantion's Cyber Planet Key to increase their size, fighting Planet X to a standstill. Planet X created more powerful weapons, but one colossal planet-busting cannon backfired, and Planet X was destroyed completely... and the two survivors planned to make Gigantion share the same fate. Soundwave ejects Laserbeak, who produces a thick smog to blind the Autobots, and the two Planet X agents use their special abilities to attack and confuse the Autobots: Sideways creates multiple illusions of himself that assault Red Alert, while Soundwave alters his voice and image to make Hot Shot and Scattorshot accidentally attack each other.

Soundwave, disguised as Hot Shot, and the real Hot Shot both end up reaching out to Scattorshot at the same time, and Scattorshot tricks Soundwave by asking the Hot Shots if they remembered an event that in reality never happened. Scattorshot fires on the fake, nailing Laserbeak and dissipating the smoke, and a second volley takes down Soundwave. Sideways' location revealed, Scattorshot sends him flying with a leaping kick, and the three Autobots use their Cyber-Key-enhanced wepaons to bury the two Planet X agents under a ton of rubble.

Someone hit someone or we're going back to our porn!

On another section of Gigantion, Snarl and Leobreaker run across Scourge. Scourge berates the two, and Leobreaker challenges Scourge for leadership of Jungle Planet, proclaiming Scourge is unfit to rule, since he only cares about himself. The two combatants shift to beast mode, and the two battle across rooftops and through buildings. After some nasty blows, Leobreaker drops to one knee, and Scourge begins to walk away. Snarl informs Scourge of Jungle Planet's suffering, and Scourge says he already knows, his connection to his homeworld is just as strong. Leobreaker isn't done yet though, and Snarl has had enough, transforming to wolf mode to tackle Scourge as well. All three robots battle with their Cyber-Key-enhanced weapons, a fight that decimates several buildings... and leaves Scourge the only one standing in the end. In another part of the planet, Coby notices that the two beast-bots' signals have stopped.

Bring us the sports section.

Back on the highway Optimus Prime's team is travelling on, Ransack and Crumplezone accidentally fall through the ceiling and land in front of the Autobots. Again again. The two indignantly refuse to give up, and plunk themselves down in the Autobots' path. Coby radios Bud about Snarl and Leobreaker, and Wing Saber arrives on the scene as well. He and Optimus combine into Sonic Wing Mode, and blast the two Decepticon dopes, with predictable results. Override and Lori show up shortly afterwards, Lori promising a good story....


Original airdate: ???

Written by: ???

Featured characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

Autobots Decepticons Humans Others


Notable quotes

Optimus Prime: "Well, well, look what the cybercat dragged in!"
Ransack: "Ow, my head..."
Metroplex: "At least nothin' important was hurt."

"You know, sometimes being us is no fun at all!!"


"Your disc scratched, homes? You keep laying down the same beat and I keep giving the same answer: it isn't here."


"You'll understand how we feel once your homeworld says peace out. But for now, since we can't have you all up in our grill, it's time to clear the dance floor... and get rid of you."


"Battle isn't just about actual fighting, Scourge! It's about what you're fighting for! Optimus Prime and the rest of us are fighting for what's right!"
"Huh! Don't lie to youself. You're fighting for something different, not better."

--Leobreaker and Scourge

"But first, we gotta deal with these schmoes."
"Hey! Don't call us that! ... what does that mean, anyway?"

--Bud and Ransack

Other Notes

Animation and/or technical glitches

  • Scourge is missing his Decepticon insignia during his fight with Leobreaker and Snarl.

Continuity errors

Transformers references

  • Ransack says he'll rebuild himself with a "gi-normous" cannon. In the original Transformers movie, Jazz uses "gi-normous" to describe Unicron. Intentional? "Gi-normous" is a made-up word...
  • Hot Shot claims the fog Laserbeak emits is "thicker than Nebulan pea soup". This is actually one of two references to the homeworld of the Generation One aliens in the Cybertron series: the other comes from Jetfire's Key Code data file.
  • The insult "Autobrat" is used again.

Real-world references

Miscellaneous trivia

  • Fair bit of stock and non-stock-but-recycled footage in this one.
  • Defeating Snarl and Leobreaker seems to be a return-to-form for Scourge after the browbeating he took from Lori and Thunderblast in the previous episode.


This article uses material from the "Challenge" article on the Transformers wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Traveller Wiki - Science-Fiction Adventure in the Far future

Challenge was a role-playing game magazine published by Game Designers' Workshop between 1986 and 1996. Announced in Journal of the Travellers Aid Society No. 22, the new (at the time unnamed) magazine) was going to expand JTAS to a larger format (8.5x11) and was going to expand coverage to GDW's new game Twilight:2000, and other games. The larger size was to allow printing more interesting things, like deck plans or sector maps which would not fit in the smaller JTAS format.

In order to maintain continunity for the Traveller fans (and JTAS subscribers) the first issue was numbered 25, rather than starting again with issue 1. Also to maintain continunity, Challenge featured a separate section labeled "Journal of the Travellers' Aid", which lasted through issue 28. Traveller articles continued to appear in the Challenge, but issues were frequently dominated by by articles of other gaming systems, including Twilight: 2000, 2300AD, Space 1889, and starting with the expansion to 64 pages in issue 30, games not published by GDW.

Challenge published 53 issues (through number 77), until 1996 when the closing of GDW forced the halt publication.



JTAS Issues

MegaTraveller Era Issues

Traveller: New Era issues

This article uses material from the "Challenge" article on the Traveller wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address