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Final Fantasy

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From Final Fantasy Wiki

Final Fantasy VI Enemy
Crusher
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#160
Japanese マインボール
Romaji Main Bōru
SNES Name Crusher
PS Name Crusher
GBA Name Crusher

The Crusher is an enemy in the game Final Fantasy VI. It is easy to defeat, as it has no dangerous attacks, however, it attacks in groups, often with other enemies. It is weak against Fire.

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

A crusher

Crushers are huge machines located inside Sorrow's Furnace mines. They are used by the Stone Summit to crush rocks and other materials for their operations in the mines. As seen in the image, the huge round metal hammer rises up slowly and then falls suddenly with a resounding thud.

In the quest "Cold One," players are required to use the Crushers to pound Frost Golems into ice.

Interacting with Crushers

  • Crushers will kill any player who is caught under them instantaneously. This death is without Death Penalty.
  • The Crushers can be used against foes, any enemy caught under them will die immediately, even a boss.
  • Enemies killed by the Crusher will not drop any loot and will not give any XP. As such, it is not wise to use the Crusher when farming.
  • Henchmen are not killed by the Crusher.
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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

The car crusher, known also in short as the crusher, is a feature introduced in Grand Theft Auto 2, which the player may use to crush vehicles for rewards. The feature, however, enjoyed only limited use, appearing only in Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Advance and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories thereafter.

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Description

The process of crushing cars in the games is simple. The player may bring a road vehicle to a designated location near or within the crusher and exit the vehicle, before a crane lifts it and drops it within the crusher, or the compactor moves in. The vehicle is then compacted, and a reward of a certain form is given to the player.

GTA 2

The crusher's function in GTA2 is two-folds. On one hand, the crushing of any car is certain to award the player money as it explodes when crushed (its amount depends on the score multiplier, as well as the vehicle); on the other hand, having certain vehicles crushed may also award the player with weapons, powerups and benefits. By crushing the Schmidt, for example, the player may be provided with health in the Commercial District, and a machine gun in the Residential District.

While the act of delivering a car for crushing is relatively straightforward, acquisition of the reward is more complicated. After a car is crushed, the crushed remains of the car will be lifted onto a moving conveyor belt that leads into a building; in exchange, the reward will be dispensed out onto a second adjoining conveyor belt and will be made available for only a period of time before it enters another building and becomes unavailable. For this reason, the player must hurry onto the conveyor belt to obtain their prize. Because the conveyor belts are elevated, the player can only gain access to them by way of climbing up a ramp or jumping from a platform of a similar height or higher; such props are usually available for the player to access the second belt and acquire their reward. While on the conveyor belt, the player must also be wary not to end up too far into the second building, or they will be "Wasted" for unknown reasons.

GTA III

A Bobcat being lifted into the Harwood crusher by a magnetic crane.

The crusher was carried over from its predecessor to GTA III. Located in the Harwood Junkyard in Portland Island, Liberty City, the crusher still crushes vehicles the same way, but its usefulness is reduced to simply awarding the player with small quantities of money, and is only prominently used in two missions ("Dead Skunk in the Trunk" and "The Crook") to familiarize the player with the crusher. By GTA Vice City, the crusher is no longer available.

GTA Advance and GTA Liberty City Stories

As GTA Advance and GTA Liberty City Stories reuse the GTA III rendition of Liberty City, the crusher reappeares with minor improvements.

For GTA Advance, the player is required to drive their vehicle under the crusher, exit the vehicle and walk away before the compacter moves in. The amount of money given to the player is also generally greater than the average in GTA III, topping at more than four thousand dollars, depending on the size of the vehicle.

While the GTA Liberty City Stories crusher still functions similarly as the one in GTA III, the player may receive a multiplied amount of money from the crusher by completing specific levels of the Scrapyard Challenge. If the player completes the Scrapyard Challenge with 21 points, monetary rewards from the crusher will be increased four folds; a score of 31 points further doubles that amount (to achieve a total factor of 8).


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eWrestling

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From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Crusher
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Height 6' 0" (183 cm)
Weight 220 lbs. (100 kg)
Date of birth July 4, 1980
Place of birth Bucharest, RO
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Trainer Unknown
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Debut 10th May, 2007
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Matt James (born July 4, 1980) is a Romanian professional wrestler, better known by the ring name, Crusher. He is currently signed to WrestleRoMania, and is the former WRM World Champion.

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Early Career

As a child Matt was often beaten to an inch from death by his alcoholic father. At age of 15 Crusher left home. Matt had to steal money to survive so at age 17 he tried to steal from a very important man and was caught by the police after leaving 23 bodyguards unconscious.

Crusher was judged as an adult and received a 12 years sentence. In prison he trained a lot and entered a prison boxing championship where he was undefeated reason for his nickname Crusher. December 2005 after 9 years of incarceration, Crusher had to survive on the street again. He met Heath Scumm (the owner of WRM) when he signed up for a full contact tournament that had a prize of 200$. Altough he lost in the finals Heath Scumm offered him a contract.

In WRM

In May 2007 he was put in his first official match against Geony Vedetă and The Silent Shooter grabing his first win.

A couple of weeks later Crusher was thrown in a title match against Heath Scumm and 24XS in which 24XS defended his newly won title.

At the June PPV It Ain't Family Guy Crusher had to team up with 24XS to compete against Heath Scumm and Lethal match in which the man who made the pin was crowned champion. Lethal won the match becoming champion for the first time.

In July at Last Soul Standing Crusher qualified for the upcoming King Of The Ring tournament in a match against Mike Matthews .

The King Of The Ring tournament saw Crusher wining the WRM World Title for the first time, title that he lost same day in the final against Reaper, the same man that he squashed in the first round of the tournament.

The TNT era

In September 2007 Crusher and Damage managed by the WRM Manager Issue associated to form a stable which they started referring to as TNT. They recently recruited a wrestler from W365, Tony Diaz. Tony Diaz is one of the few wrestlers that have a contract with both WRM and W365.

WRM Uprising got one of the best matches from the rebirth of WRM. The Ultraviolent No Ropes Barbed Wire match between Reaper, Alex Vita and Crusher ended in a non contest after Heath Scumm decided that the wrestlers couldn't continue the match, Reaper getting to keep his title.

Wrestling facts

  • Finishers:
  • Crush-o-Matic - Running sitout turnbuckle powerbomb
  • Bone Driver - Vertical Suplex Piledriver
  • Face Print - Sort of an Old School, except Crusher grabs his opponent with the other hand than used to do an oldschool and slams the opponent's face to the floor.

Championships and accomplishments

  • Won From - Alex Vita
  • Lost To - Reaper

References


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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

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ST Expanded

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Crusher, or Cruncher (Nick could not remember his exact name, but considered either appropriate), was a 150-kilogram male Trandoshan antenna-breaker who had a run-in with Nick Rostu. He was eaten by a dianoga.

Appearances

  • Coruscant Nights I: Jedi Twilight (First mentioned)

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