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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Controller could refer to:

Doctor Who Universe

Transferring the TARDIS base code numerals, Master.
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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the title given to space traffic officers. You may be looking for the Controller FP force pike.

Controller was the title given to officers who operated as space traffic controllers in the Galactic Empire. Their job was to clear, direct and track traffic around Imperial space stations and capital ships. Controllers were also assigned to starfighter units; in this capacity they acted to coordinate the targeting data and attack vectors of all craft within their sphere of responsibility, in keeping with Imperial tactical doctrine.

Jhoff served as the space traffic controller aboard the Executor around the time of the Battle of Endor, and was responsible for the control of traffic around the Executor and Endor.

The rebel controllers on Hoth monitored the flight pattern of ships during the Battle of Hoth. They used the OrC-19 Com-Scan integrator console

Appearances

  • Allegiance
  • Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

Sources


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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

The Controller of a card is usually the one who has it on their side of the field. Controller can change the battle position of the monster (unless something targets it). If the monster is face-down then only the controller of the monster can see the card. Your opponent can not see the face-down card unless if the monster is targeted to reveal the monster or they are the new controller. The effect of a card is applied normally if control is changed.

Example:

Player 1 Sets Dharc the Dark Charmer.

Player 2 Summons Destiny Hero - Defender.

Player 1 Flip Summons Dharc, and uses his/her ability to take control of Defender and changes Defender into Defense Position.

Player 2 Draws a Card because of Defender's effect.

Even though Player 2 owns Destiny Hero - Defender, Defender is on Player 1's side of the field. Player 2 is Player 1's opponent, so Player 2 draws the card.

If Defender were to be removed from the field, it would be moved to Player 2's Deck, Graveyard, etc.


Reshef the Dark Being, the Charmers, Brain Control, Change of Heart, Enemy Controller, Mark of the Rose and Snatch Steal are all capable of switching control of monsters.

There are also certain monsters that have effects that prevent change of control or are activated when control is changed.

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From City of Heroes Wiki

Overview

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The Controller is at the same time the weakest and yet the most powerful of the hero Archetypes. The Controller has few offensive attacks and possesses the fewest Hit Points. But the Controller has access to a range of powers that no one else does. Armed with these powers, a Controller can affect the behavior of villains, from freezing them in place, to putting them to sleep, to routing them away. Armed with such abilities, the Controller is the backbone for any super group, but the Controller often depends upon teammates for protection.

Faction: Hero

The Controller's power sets are:

Primary: Control
Secondary: Buff

The Controller has Low Hit Points and Low damage.

Power Sets

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Primary Power Sets

A Controller's primary power sets are designed specifically for control. They are:

Secondary Power Sets

A Controller's secondary power sets are designed for buffing or debuffing. They are:

Ancillary Power Pools

Inherent Power

  • Containment
  • An additional perk enjoyed by Controllers is a 20% chance of getting an extra point of magnitude on the Status Effects that nearly all their powers cause. The word "Overpower" appears above affected enemies when this happens. This inherent is not represented by a power icon.

External Links

  • Summary and Analysis of Controller Powersets
  • Archetypes documentation on official City of Heroes site
  • Official City of Heroes Manual as a zipped PDF file

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