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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Affiliation: Federation
Starfleet
Career
Occupation: student
Assignment: USS Odyssey
Rank: cadet
Insignia: Collar insignia.

Cadet Counter was a 23rd century individual who was an upper-class student at Starfleet Academy in 2258, in an alternate reality. Counter was one of a number of cadets who were pressed into as service Starfleet officers by an emergency order from Admiral Richard Barnett during the crisis in the Vulcan system.

Counter in particular was assigned to serve aboard the USS Odyssey. (TOS novelization: Star Trek)

Since the Odyssey was not mentioned or seen as one of the ill-fated fleet destroyed at planet Vulcan, it could be reasoned that Counter survived the crisis.

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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

Counter
Icon File:Counter.jpg
Class Xelor
Level 1
Element N/A
Type Buff
Official description Counter reflects damage.

Spell Information

Also cast by

Spell Properties

Linear Line of Sight Free Squares Boost Range Fatal


Spell Characteristics

Caution: Monsters' elemental/neutral damage is modified by their statistics, which are in majority unknown.

Lvl Effect Crit AP Ra Critical Casts per Cd Caster
level
Hit Fail Tgt Trn
All 10% of cases: +1 AP 10% of cases: +1 AP
1 Reflects 3 Damage (3 turns) Reflects 4 Damage (3 turns) 2 0-1* 1/50 1/100 - 1 6** 1
2 Reflects 4 Damage (3 turns) Reflects 5 Damage (3 turns) 2 0-1* 1/50 1/100 - 1 6** 1
3 Reflects 5 Damage (3 turns) Reflects 6 Damage (3 turns) 2 0-1* 1/50 1/100 - 1 6** 1
4 Reflects 6 Damage (3 turns) Reflects 7 Damage (3 turns) 2 0-1* 1/50 1/100 - 1 6** 1
5 Reflects 7 Damage (3 turns) Reflects 8 Damage (3 turns) 2 0-1* 1/50 1/100 - 1 6** 1
6 Reflects 8 Damage (3 turns) Reflects 9 Damage (3 turns) 2 0-1* 1/50 1/100 - 1 6** 101

* + 3 Range when wearing Shal'Hal Boots
** -1 Cooldown when wearing Hatter Lily

Notes

Counter allows its caster to make magic and physical damage rebound.

Wisdom increases Counter's effectiveness. Infinitely useful because it not only reduces damage but reflects onto enemy or ally.


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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

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The Counter is a furniture item used for the holding of beverage containers and for preparing food. A counter has a surface for supporting items, a handrail for aiding people onto and off stools, and supports for supporting the surface and handrails above the ground. A whole or part of a counter is positioned against a wall. Counters are associated with stools and are often accompanying them. Counters are a variant of tables. The counters are used in the Vault-Tec Vaults.

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Counter Models

Counter Model #1

The metal counters are rectangular shaped with rounded corners. The counters are positioned against a wall on one side. The counters' perimeters are ribbed. A handrail is supported in front of the counters by two arms. These arms are attached to two supports connecting the counter to the floor. The counters are used in the Vaults.

Vault 101 Locations

CounterModel #2

The metal counters are L-shaped and have rounded corners. The counters' perimeters are ribbed. A small portion of one of the counters' sides is positioned against a wall. The handrail for these counters is a loop that travels top-to-bottom on the outer side of the counters' supports. The supports are built of sections linked together. The counters are used in the Vaults.

Vault 101 Locations


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Counter as seen in Final Fantasy IX.

Counter, also known as Retaliate and Counterattack, is a recurring support ability in the Final Fantasy series, typically belonging to the Monk job or monk-type characters. A character with this ability will automatically attack the creature who initiated the attack. In some incarnations, this negates the damage from the attacking creature, while in other versions, the attacked player will take damage and then immediately perform a counter-attack. In games with an ATB gauge, a counter attack does not affect the speed of the gauge nor does it change how close it is to being full.

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Appearances

Final Fantasy III

Retaliate is the job command of the Monk. Choosing the Retaliate command, the player will counterattack when hit until his or her next turn.

Final Fantasy IV

Counter is an Augment Ability given by Yang's Wife after the battle in Fabul. It can only be given to one character, and then permanently. When physically attacked, a character with the Counter ability will quickly hit back with another attack. Unlike other games, the Final Fantasy IV counter will always work, making it highly effective, especially when combined with Cecil's Cover or the Draw Attacks Augment.

The Counter will react with whatever ability is in the top slot of the command list, with no charge time. This allows Rydia to counter with an instant Meteor or Bahamut, for instance, though it still costs MP.

Many enemies and bosses in the game also have counter abilities.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Yang has the command Cover-Counter, which combines the technique Cover with Counter. Chooseing the command will allow Yang to choose one ally to use Cover on. However unlike Cover, upon absorbing the hit for the ally, Yang will use Counter.

Final Fantasy V

Counter is a Level 4 ability for the Monk class. When equipped, it allows a player to counter-attack against physical attacks, but the player will still take damage from those attacks.

Final Fantasy VI

Counter can be accessed by equipping the Black Belt. When equipped, it allows a player to counter-attack against physical attacks, but the player still takes damage from those attacks. Cyan's level two Bushido allows him to counter a single enemy attack with a powerful strike of his own, provided he survives.

Final Fantasy VII

Counter is a special materia. When equipped it allows a player to counter-attack against physical attacks, but the player will take damage from those attacks. There are also Command Counter and Magic Counter materia, which allow characters to counter with the linked Command and Magic materia, respectively.

Final Fantasy VIII

Counter is a non-command ability that can be equipped, taught by Carbuncle. When equipped, it allows a player to counter-attack against physical attacks, but the player does take damage from those attacks. Return Damage is a non-command ability that can be equipped and is learned by using the item Hundred Needles. It is an ability that allows the user to return 1/4 of the damage they took at the enemy that dealt damage to them.

Final Fantasy IX

Counter is a support ability in this game. When equipped it allows a player to counter-attack against physical attacks, but the player will take damage from those attacks. Its occurrence rate is enhanced with the ability Eye 4 Eye. Return Magic allows characters to counter magic attacks.

The Counter ability is also a command ability available to a number of enemies. However, each may do it in different instances. Grimlock will counter attacks when in its Physical Attack Red status. The Nova Dragon and Scarlet Hair bosses counter all physical attacks, as does the Troll enemy. The Sand Golem counters every attack towards it while its Core is out of play.

The Antlion has its own counter ability called Counter Horn. It is effectively the same as Counter and the Antlion uses it when it is attacked physically. It does not have a basic attack besides it.

Final Fantasy X

The Counter ability is found on or can be added to weapons. When equipped it allows a player to counter-attack against physical attacks, but the player still takes damage from those attacks. Magic Counter works the same for magical attacks. Evade and Counter enables the player to avoid taking damage, then counter.

Final Fantasy X-2

Berserkers learn the job abilities Counter, Magic Counter, Evade and Counter.

Final Fantasy XI

Counter

Monks have the ability to Counter enemy's attack. In this version, the monk will take no damage from the attacks they counter. Counter is a passive ability and is gained once player has 10 levels in monk, or for anyone whose subjob is monk and has a job level of 20 or greater. Counter is only activated occasionally, but the chance of countering an attack can be greatly increased if a player uses the ability counterstance.

Additionally, and with much lower activation rate, a Samurai using Seigan may occasionally counter-attack when Third Eye is active. As of a recent version update, Blue Mages are also able to set Counter as a trait.

Some (mostly high-level) equipment can provide counter effect for players (even without MNK as subjob), notably the Cobra Harness Attire from Windurst's Cobra Unit in Campaign.

Retaliation

Warriors can counter with their Retaliation job trait. This is similar to counter; however, rather than negating damage, as counter, the warrior actually has to take damage in order for counter to work.

Final Fantasy XII

Characters can use Counter by equipping the Battle Harness. Genji Armor increases the chance to counter, but does not grant counter on its own.

Final Fantasy Tactics

The Monk job class has the Counter support ability, but it also has First Strike, which lets them counter an enemy before he or she attacks, dealing damage and interrupting the enemy's attack.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Main article: Reaction Abilities (Final Fantasy Tactics Advance)
  • Counter is available to White Monks, and Human and Moogle Thieves. In this game, Counter is activated whenever a character is attacked, and most likely will follow up with a Counter attack. (If the unit is attacked from farther away than they themselves can attack, it does not activate; Bonecrusher and Strikeback also have this requirement.)
  • Bonecrusher does x1.5 damage, but only when actually hit with the attack, and
  • Strikeback blocks a Fight attack and counters with normal damage. Strikeback will only activate if it is a Fight attack.
  • Return Fire blocks an attack with an arrow or thrown item, and retaliates with the same arrow/item.
  • For Black Mages and Bishops, Return Magic is available. Return Magic will counter magic spells with the same spell. The caster does not need to know the spell. Some spells cannot be returned (such as Blue Magic).

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Counter and all related abilities return, but some of them have been changed.

  • Counter - In the original, units with a ranged weapon would counter any attack as long as the attacker is within range of their weapon, but now such units can only counter attack with a short ranged unarmed attack.
  • Bonecrusher - Counters with 1.5x damage, but only responds to normal attacks and not abilities..
  • Blink Counter is a new counter ability, that always deals knockback.
  • Strike Back - Avoids physical attack and counters

Additionally, the Clan Privilege Always Counter gives all units without a reaction ability the Counter ability.

Final Fantasy Legend II

There are several countering abilities, all of which must be selected to activate.

  • Counter inflicts double the damage taken.
  • the Revenge Sword acts the same as Counter
  • Burning retaliates with fire-elemental damage
  • P-Skin inflicts Poison on the attacker
  • StonSkin inflicts Stone on the attacker.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Counterattack is a special ability that can only be used by Level 85 or higher characters which increases critical hit rate when opponent is attacking.

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

A counter is a skill, build, strategy, or tactic used in order to combat a specific skill, build, strategy, or tactic that an enemy is using.

The flow of builds and their counters is known as the metagame.

Examples

Counter-Counters

Many teams carry skills that are designed to counter possible counters. For example a condition based degen team may bring Signet of Humility to counter Restore Condition or Martyr in tombs. When planning a build, be sure to include skills to counter possible opposing teams, as well as skills that prevent or inhibit counters to your build.


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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

File:Counter.gif
This Object is in the Utilities class.
Counter
Object Class: Utilities
Attributes: Counters can be found from 1x1 sqm to 1x8.
Walking Time: Not walkable.
Location: You can find these throughout whole Tibia, especially in depots.
Notes: They provide the base for depot boxes and the space between the boxes. The also separate Shopkeeper NPCs from their customers.
See also: Objects.
Add historical information about this object.

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

This article is about the type of marker. For the type of Trap Card see Counter Trap Cards

A Counter is a generic way, usually employed on Monster Cards, to note how many times a limited effect has been used, etc. Many cards use Counters of a specified type. However, there are some that use non-specific Counters.

There is no official way to represent a Counter. However, some of the most common ways include coins and the numbers on dice.

Here's a list of cards that use non-specific/various Counters:

Ancient Gear Castle
B.E.S. Covered Core
B.E.S. Crystal Core
B.E.S. Tetran
Balloon Lizard
Big Core
Colosseum - Cage of the Gladiator Beasts
Counter Cleaner
Dark Catapulter
Des Mosquito
Deuce
Magic Reflector
Metal Shooter
Miracle Jurassic Egg
Shield Recovery

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A-Counter

See the main article, A-Counter.

Bushido Counter

See the main article, Bushido Counter.

Chronicle Counter

See the main article, Chronicle Counter.

Clock Counter

See the main article, Clock Counter.

Crystal Counter

See the main article, Crystal Counter (counter).

D Counter

See the main article, D Counter.

Flower Counter

See the main article, Flower Counter.

Fog Counter

See the main article, Fog Counter.

Hyper-Venom Counter

See the main article, Hyper-Venom Counter.

Ice Counter

See the main article, Ice Counter.

Morph Counter

See the main article, Morph Counter.

Shine Counter

See the main article, Shine Counter.

Spell Counter

See the main article, Spell Counter.

Venom Counter

See the main article, Venom Counter.

Wedge Counter

See the main article, Wedge Counter.

Worm Counter

See the main article, Worm Counter.

Anime and Manga Only Counters

Amulet Counter

See the main article, Amulet Counter.

Beacon Counter

See the main article, Beacon Counter.

Charge Counter

See the main article, Charge Counter.

Crest Counter

See the main article, Crest Counter.

Earthbound Immortal Counter

See the main article, Earthbound Immortal Counter.

Full Moon Counter

See the main article, Full Moon Counter.

Ice Pillar Counter

See the main article, Ice Pillar Counter.

Life Star Counter

See the main article, Life Star Counter.

Maiden Counter

See the main article, Maiden Counter.

Plasma Counter

See the main article, Plasma Counter (counter).

Prey Counter

See the main article, Prey Counter.

Protection Counter

See the main article, Protection Counter.

Sacred Beast Counter

See the main article, Sacred Beast Counter.

Scab Counter

See the main article, Scab Counter.

Speed Counter

See the main article, Speed Counter.

Vaccine Counter

See the main article, Vaccine Counter.
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