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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

For the person, see Crystal (companion).

Crystals had a great variety of valuable (and in some cases, strange) uses.

Contents

Overview

Crystals with unusual properties

Radiation and/or luminiscence

Time travel and time manipulation

Communication

Psychic energy

  • Certain crystals could focus and/or harness psychic energy. The people of Manussa used the Great Mind's Eye, a crystal artificially created in zero gravity, to accidentally create the demonic Mara. The Little Mind's Eye destroyed the Mara. (DW: Snakedance)

Unspecified powers

Other uses for crystal

The Crystal Bucephalus, a restaurant, was so-named because of its sculpture of the legendary horse of the same name. (MA: The Crystal Bucephalus)

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DC Comics

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Crystal (Team Titans)
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First appearance

Team Titans #1: Killowat

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History

Crystal hailed from an alternate future timeline wherein the conqueror known as Lord Chaos had taken control of the entire planet by way of a drug known as Numb-Dust. Along with her partner Droom, Crystal was an associate member of the revolutionary unit known as the Team Titans. Crystal and Droom recruited the Force Elite soldier Charlie Watkins and convinced him to work as a double agent, spying on Lord Chaos' forces.

See Also

Links and References

  • None.

Footnotes


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Final Fantasy

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Crystal may refer to:


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Halo

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Crystal is a UNSC colony world where the Human torture device known as Cupid's Knife was created.[1]

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  1. Axon cupids_knife.wav

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eWrestling

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From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Crystal
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Height 5'9"
Weight 140lbs.
Date of birth November 11th, 1980
Place of birth Spokane, Washington
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Resides San Francisco, California
Billed from San Francisco, California
Trainer Tequila, Icer
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Retired {{{retired}}}

Contents

History & Beginning A Career

Growing up as Ashley Deymonaz in Spokane Washington, she was captain of her high school wrestling team. She moved to Los Angeles and went to college at UCLA where she met Adrian Miller (aka Icer). Icer convinced her to train in the UPW (A local LA wrestling league) where she started learning the skills of basic pro-wrestling. After completing college, both traveled Mexico, fine tuning their trademark techniques in Lucha Libre. After becoming two of the most famous Luchadores in the Mexico City area, Vince Russo, owner of the RWF, asked them to come to Atlanta to work for him. While there, Icer became a headliner in the federation, but Crystal was merely shown off as "eye candy" and a "damsel in distress". She would only be used as "eye candy". Crystal decided to leave Russo and Icer to make a name for herself. After a few months on the road, Crystal recieved an offer to join the GWF, a prominent federation on the rise.

Wrestling Career

Global Wrestling Federation

Crystal was set to make her GWF on May 6th, 2002. Banzai(aka Blair Spikes) was a freind of Icer's whom Crystal had gotten to know on the road. Banzai got Crystal in touch with Vern Wheeler, the owner of the GWF, and after performing at a house show, she was signed. Crystal's official debut was in divas tag match. Crystal teamed with the GWF Women's Champion, Lorretta, against a woman named Tequila, and another debuting female, Acid. Crystal's inexperience in front of large crowds cost her the match, leaving her open to being pinned by Tequila. To add insult to injury, a diva named Lightning had gallons of custard poured over all four women in the ring. Crystal has been quoted for saying that "had it not been for that night, I might have left wrestling altogehter. However, I was determined to win, especially since I couldn't get custard out of my ears for days." It wouldn't be easy though, Crystal suffered loss after loss, week after week.

The change for Crystal's losing streak finally came after she defeated Shell. Her intense training outside the ring since being hired had paid off and she was entered into a match for the GWF Women's Championship at her first PPV event, Lethal Intent. She faced the new Women's Champion Tequila, Lorretta & Shell in a fatal four way elimination match. Crystal was the last eliminated, but the fans finally began to see her talent shining through. Crystal however, was furious with the loss, and grew vengeful. She was able to gain a second shot at the title the following week on an episode of Anarchy (GWF's weekly show). Crystal fought against Tequila in a 2 out of 3 falls match for the GWF Women's Championship, and when it appeared Tequila had Crystal defeated yet again, Icer nailed Tequila in the head with a chair shot, allowing Crystal to get the final pin and finally win the GWF Women's Championship.

Crystal was now living the high life, and could care less who or what any one is. She began calling herself "The Goddess", and began to act very diva in her ways. She rarely defender her championship, and when she did, she made sure the victory would be in her favor. Crystal then got a very rude awakening when the GWF was merged into the GeWA, stripping her of her precious title. This forced Crystal to serious about her career again, which is at the exact same time that Tequila mentioned a project that she wanted Crystal's help developing.

Crystal broke it off with Icer for the last time, and took a leap of faith with Tequila's new project. It was called, Divas Unleashed.

Divas Unleashed

In Febuary 2003, Divas Unleashed Wrestling was created to showcase the best in Women's wrestling. During this project, Crystal worked with Taylor, Katrina & Tequila doing small house shows and shopping the small federation around to big names for a chance to be put on television. During this time, the foursome became very close friends, Crystal and Tequila especially. Crystal also started to become an alcoholic from the stress of not knowing where her income was coming on a day to day basis. However, Shane Rockford and Rockstar Entertainments purchased Divas Unleashed Wrestling and brought it to television a few months latr, shortening the name to just Divas Unleashed. The roster began to grow as Mya, Star, Kaci Russell, Mystika & Tara Lee signed on. Crystal personally signed Holly Wentz, Cleopatra, Dominque Maxwell & Jennie.

As the summer of 2003 began, Crystal teamed with Katrina & Shane Rockford's vengeful ex-wife and new DU President, Kristin Wallace. It was because of this relationship that Crystal got her own PPV named after her, Femme Fatality, Divas Unleashed's second PPV. At Femme Fatality, Crystal & Cleopatra (later named Evil Majesty Inc.) became DU's first Tag Team Champions. Crystal & Mystika also put Divas Unleashed on the map with thier infamous "Member" on a Pole match, in which Crystal & Mystika fought to grab a dildo hanging over the ring on a pole. Unknown to Mystika & Crystal, it had been used by Tommi just before the match, leading to Crystal & Mystika vomiting all over the ring at the conclusion of the match.

Crystal eventually broke off her allegiance with The Bod Squad after pouring a bottle of red fire ants on Katrina & Kristin. This lead her to a match on September 28th, 2003 at the PPV My Immortal against Katrina in Divas Unleashed's first Ladder Match. Above the ring were two boxes. One containing fire ants, the other containing Katrina's wedding money. Crystal was defeated by Katrina, when Miss Rhiannon ran in and helped Katrina win the Ladder match by tossing the box of fire ants on Crystal's face! The fued with the Bod Squad came to a crushing end when at the PPV Arachnophobia, the Bod Squad ended Crystal & Cleopatra's Tag Team title reign. Crystal & Cleopatra then had their own falling out after the loss, and Cleopatra jumped to DU's rival federation, 3WL (Women's World Wrestling League).

With no more distractions around her, Crystal set her sights on the Divas Unleashed Champion Mya. Mya & Crystal had battled before with Mya always the victor. However, on November 7th during an episode of Exile, in a non-title Hard-Liquor match, Crystal proved the unstoppable Mya could be defeated. Crystal headlined her first PPV ever at Xiak Xande in December of 2003. She faced Mya in a cage match for the Divas Unleashed Championship. During the weeks leading up to the match, Kaci Russell had become freinds with Crystal, after both had been suffering the effects of Divas Unleashed becoming no place for loners, with the likes of the Bod Squad, Lightning & her masked assassin, and Mya & Star being more to outnumber a songles competitor with relative ease.

It was from this alliance, that Kaci ended up becoming the guest referee at the last minute before the cage match started. As the match progressed, Mya seemed to have the match won even after the amazing moves played by both participants. Just as Mya neared the top of the cage, ready to leap down, Crystal managed to grab Mya's head and finish off Mya with Mya's own finisher "The Death From Above", from the top of the cage! Crystal became the Unleashed Champion, and ended Mya's long title reign, which ironically began at Femme Fatality on July 22nd.

2004

Crystal had been working an album for the majority of her life and now with the Unleashed Championship in her hands, Crystal was almost immediately signed to a record label. Her "Break Of Your Car" video was filmed and her album was released. Crystal also hosted the first ever Feminity Wrestling Awards with Kaci Russell.

Holding the Unleashed Championship was not to last long however, as Crystal immediately ran right into Mya's new ally... Star. Crystal & Star had battled before, and Crystal had yet to gain a victory over The Glittering Goddess. The Divas Unleashed January PPV Nuclear Pussy on January 25th, 2004 saw Crystal face Star with the Unleashed Championship on the line. After an incredible encounter between the two divas, Star finally accomplished her goal of attaining the Unleashed Championship. Crystal left the ring with a tear in her eye as Star shimmered in the spotlight.

Crystal had no chance to mourn her loss however, as she was immediately pulled into secret negotiations with Shane Rockford. There was a war coming with DU's rival company 3WL. The Femme Fatale immediately took the offer when she learned she would get a chance to humiliate Star infront of her 3WL crowd. Kaci Russell joined Crystal and the two divas slowly began to make appearances on 3WL television. Eventually, they became quite a huge annoyance for the 3WL divas leading to Crystal & Kaci being entered into a huge 8 woman tag team match for the 3WL Tag Team Championships at 3WL's Fatal Fury 2. Crystal's song "Break Of Your Car" was the theme tune for the event. By the end of the night, Crystal & Kaci walked away with the 3WL Tag Belts over their heads, leaving 3WL craving vengeance and Divas Unleashed celebrating. After a few more incidents between the two companies, Shane decided to make good ties with his rivals, a fact that didn't sit well with Crystal. While Shane was handing out the "peace" papers in the ring... Crystal, Bianca & other divas opened up the arena sky and poured raw sewage from a septic tank all over the ring!!!

3WL was furious, as was Shane Rockford, who promised 3WL he would punish his divas. 3WL quickly severed it's ties from Divas Unleashed and Crystal & Kaci lost their championships. What was the Femme Fatale to do next?

The answer came in the form of Rule Britainnia, the last pay per view before DU's one-year anniversary event, Forsaken Destiny. Shane Rockford was still angered at Crystal for her actions during the 3WL confrontation, and with his ex-fiancee Tequila another thorn in his backside, Shane Rockford decided to pit the two divas against one another. Tequila had not wrestled in over a year, and Shane knew of Crystal & Tequila's close freindship and past. Crystal & Tequila battled furiously at the event, but neither was to win as another diva appeared from their past. Taylor returned to the ring and destroyed the two divas, leaving them motionless in the ring.

As if the night couldn't get any worse... none other than Vern Wheeler made his presence felt. The former GWF owner discovered HUGE contract violations due to the amount of former GWF stars in Divas Unleashed and threatened to sue Shane Rockford unless he took every former GWFer off the Unleashed television screen. That meant Crystal, Jake Wild, Renegade, Krysta Taylor, Tequila, Mya & Tara Lee-Shiro were forced from the building as Shane tried his best to revive his show.

The GWF divas revolted against Vern however, and attacked their former boss. A match was made at Forsaken Destiny between Shane Rockford & Vern Wheeler to finally settle the matter, while Crystal turned on her own path of revenge against Taylor for Rule Britainnia. This was to be destroyed by a raging Katrina who was fuming from her Unleashed Championship loss at Rule Britainnia. The stars where aligned, and Lady Covenant Emerald O'Conner immediately made the match that would see the first four divas signed to Divas Unleashed fight it out at the one-year anniversary event.

Crystal, Katrina, Taylor & Tequila where set to battle at the MGM Grand with the Stripped Championship on the line, the match stipulation set out as a "Sin City" match. The match disappointed no one as the four Original Divas fought barbarically throughout the ring, crashing through Poker & Roulette Tables, flying off Slot Machines & using other various Las Vegas decor to hurt each other. Crystal was to come out on top when the dust settled, winning the Stripped Championship and leaving "Sin City" with her head held high.

The Divas Unleashed Stripped division is known for it's extreme competitiveness and fantastic match stipulations. With Crystal now the Stripped Champion, she began facing opponants who weren't afraid to show it all. Two of those divas were Icenique & Tara Lee-Shiro, who she faced off against at Demonology II in a Menage A Trois match for her beloved belt. During the match Tara handcuffed Crystal outside the ring, and Tara then fell to a pinfall from Icenique, causing Crystal to lose her Stripped Championship to the new comer.

Injury

Then, tragedy struck. Crystal's ACL ligament had been bothering her for quite some time, and during Divas Unleashed first night in Japan during Exile, Crystal was attacked by The Bod Squad. During the attack, the "super bitches" ruptured the ligament, inadvertantly causing Crystal to be taken out of action. Crystal was out of the ring for nearly 3 years because of the incident. Crystal still made special cameo apperances for Divas Unleashed throughout those years.

It was also noted during this time that Crystal had gone through an extensive AA program, which the Crystal referred to as "a complete waste of time". Crystal says she no longer abuses alcohol like she once had, but says she would be sinning if she stopped drinking completely.

2009 Comeback

It has been rumored my Divas Unleashed management that Crystal will finally return to in ring action once the company resumes it's normal broadcast schedule.

Music Career

Crystal released an album called "5:30 Saturday Morning", named for the time at which the album was finally completed. The album had large success due to Crystal's Divas Unleashed following, as the majority of the records had been sold at DU events.

A rumored sophmore album is said to be coming out within the next month or so.

Writing Career

Crystal also released a more candid in depth view of her life in her autobiography, "Career Suicide". In the book, Crystal reveals her personal emotions from the many events that have occured in her life up to 2004. A full electronic copy can be read on the Divas Unleashed merchandise page.

Trademark Moves

  • Brackish - Spring Board Bulldog
  • Crystal Ice - Hand-Spring Elbow to opponent in corner
  • Evil Majesty - Double-Arm DDT
  • Femme Fatality - Somersault X-factor
  • Graphite - Springboard Dropkick
  • City of Crystal - Hand-spring one and a half moonsault

Titles Held

  • GWF Women’s Championship

Nicknames

  • The Femme Fatale

Theme Music

  • "Brackish" by Kittie

External links

  • Divas Unleashed
  • Career Suicide (Internet Version)

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Lostpedia

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Crystal is a main character in the hit television series Exposé. Crystal is described as a sexy crimefighting girl, working under the tutelage of Mr. LaShade. She forms a team with Autumn and Corvette. ("Exposé")

Trivia

  • Although a cast list was seen in the script, it is not known which of the listed actresses portrays Crystal.
  • In addition to her appearance in "Exposé", her voice may be heard from a television episode Locke is watching in "The Man from Tallahassee".

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Crystal is a widely used term in RuneScape, mostly associated with the Elven race. Crystal items are among the most useful items in the game, however they almost all degrade. When degraded, they revert back into a "basic form" in the form of a crystal seed.

Crystal can refer to quest items:


Crystal can also refer to the material used by Elves. The following are result of the most notable uses of Crystal:


The following are made of Crystal, but it is unknown if they are related to Elves:


There are also unlockable Music tracks called "Crystal Sword", "Crystal Castle" and "Crystal Cave".

This is a disambiguation page, distinguishing subjects with similar names.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

See also

References

  • RuneScape Game Guide
    • Crystal item guide
    • Transportation - Quest Items - Elf teleport crystal

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Crystal was a type of solid in which the constituent atoms, molecules, or ions were packed in a regularly ordered, repeating pattern extending in all three spatial dimensions.

Generally, crystals formed when they underwent a process of solidification. Under ideal conditions, the result might have been a single crystal, where all of the atoms in the solid fit into the same crystal structure. However, many crystals generally formed simultaneously during solidification, leading to a polycrystalline solid. Most metals encountered were polycrystals. Crystals were often symmetrically intergrown to form crystal twins.

The Jedi and Sith used crystals in the construction of lightsabers in order to focus a blade's energy.

Types of crystals

Appearances

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Star Wars Fanon

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The Star Wars wiki of fan invention.

Crystal was the wife of Matteo Corlaso and the mother of Kira, born in 26 BBY A Dathomiri Witch from Dathomir, she was a warrior for her clan and a commander for the Rebellion.

While she was on a hunting party with sisters of her clan, she met Matteo and instantly tried to catch him to be her mate. When her wild use of The Force put her in danger, Matteo saved her life. Falling in love with the ex-Jedi, she married him on Matteo's own decision, though he was free. When Matteo swayed to the Dark Side of the Force after killing in anger, she took him to Ossus to give him time to turn back. She stayed on Ossus with him for seven years, where they had their only child, Kira.

Immediately upon returning to the known Galaxy, Matteo and Crystal found themselves in the middle of the Galactic Civil War, where they joined the Rebellion and became commanders. After Dathomir was freed from Zsinj in 8 ABY, she and Matteo returned there and raised Kira until she left Dathomir in 24 ABY. Crystal was killed in 27 ABY by Voxyn during the the Yuuzhan Vong War.||


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SWG Wiki

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Crystals are looted and reward items needed by Force Sensitive/Jedi for their Lightsabers. Crystals come in different colors and different qualities. A crystal needs to be tuned by a Jedi before being useable in a lightsaber. Once a crystal is tuned, it can be used in any Lightsaber, but can only be used by the Force Sensitive/Jedi that had tuned it.

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Power Crystals

a Power Crystal

Power Crystals are clear crystals that work in the same way that pearls work by adding damage to the Lightsaber. Lightsabers can only have 1 color crystal, but may have many Power Crystals.

Power Crystals can be looted from just about any Elite MOB as random Loot.

  • Premium - Up to 17/18 damage
  • Select - Up to 14/15 damage
  • Quality - Up to 12/13 damage
  • Good - Up to 10/11 damage
  • Fair - Up to 5/6 damage
  • Poor - Up to 3/4 damage

Krayt Pearls

A Krayt Dragon Pearl

Krayt Pearls can also be used as Power crystals if its not scratched or chipped. They can be looted from Krayt Dragons, but may also be found in Treasure chests.

  • Ancient - 20/22 damage
  • Flawless - 19/20 damage
  • Premium - Up to 18/19 damage
  • Select - Up to 14/15 damage
  • Quality - Up to 12/13 damage
  • Good - Up to 10/11 damage
  • Fair - Up to 5/6 damage
  • Poor - Up to 3/4 damage

Basic Color Crystals

All Color Crystals do an elemental damage of 2.7% of the Lightsaber's Maximum Damage.
Color Crystals can be looted from just about any MOB as random Loot.

The Base DPS and Damage of a Lightsaber is not modified by the Color Crystal. However, the Weapon DPS will reflect the increase.

Brown

Elemental Damage: Heat
Chance on hit, Puts a DoT on mob "Taking fire damage" Also animates them on fire.

Orange

Elemental Damage: Heat

Red

Elemental Damage: Heat

Dark Red

Elemental Damage: Heat

Yellow

Elemental Damage: Cold
Chance on hit, increases damage to target by 1.4% for limited time (Debuff - Freezing Blow)

Blue

Elemental Damage: Cold
Chance on hit, increase the amount of damage taken by the target for a duration of six seconds

Dark Blue

Elemental Damage: Cold

Light Green

Elemental Damage: Acid
Chance on hit reduced armor protection 75% (3 seconds) followed by a period of immunity to critical effects. (3 Seconds)[[

Dark Green

Elemental Damage: Acid
Chance on hit, Increases crit chance 75% for a limited time.

Dark Yellow

Elemental Damage: Acid

Light Purple

Elemental Damage: Electricity
Increases chance for enemy to land a glancing blow.

Dark Purple

Elemental Damage: Electricity
Chance on hit, Reduces mobs Crit chance for a limited time.

Special Color Crystals

Special Color Crystals are rare items, and are often difficult to obtain.

Windu's Guile

Windu's Guile

  • Elemental Damage: Cold (~6% of the Lightsaber's Maximum Damage}
  • How to obtain: Reward given to Jedi who have become a General in either the Rebel or Imperial Factions. Bought from a recruiter.

Note's: This crystal is named for the Jedi Master, Mace Windu.

Permafrost

Permafrost

  • Elemental Damage: Cold (~5% of the Lightsaber's Maximum Damage)
  • How to obtain: Bought from either the Snowtrooper or Cold Weather Rebel Trooper in Aurilia for 50 Hoth tokens.

Notes: Similar to the Lava crystal, the Permafrost resembles a blue lava lamp.

Kenobi's Legacy

Kenobi's Legacy

  • Elemental Damage: Cold (~5% of the Lightsaber's Maximum Damage)
  • How to obtain: Reward given only to characters that had unlocked the novice box in Force Defense, Force Enhancement, Force Healing, Force Powers, or Lightsaber Pre-NGE.

Notes: This crystal is named for the Jedi, Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Blackwing Bezoar

Blackwing Bezoar

  • Elemental Damage: Acid (~5% of the Lightsaber's Maximum Damage)
  • How to obtain: Death Troopers update brings the Blackwing Bezoar Crystal to Jedi players. To obtain, you must venture into the Quarantined Zone on Dathomir and go into the Undead Bunker. Inside you must go down into the caves where you can find a large room, with a Containment Terminal. Use the terminal to obtain the quest and slay the Undead Rancor before the time expires.

Notes: Similar to the Lava crystal and Permafrost crystal, the Blackwing Bezoar crystal resembles solid smoky ash.

B'nar's Sacrifice

B'nar's Sacrifice

  • Elemental Damage: Acid (~5% of the Lightsaber's Maximum Damage)
  • How to obtain: Reward given only to characters that had unlocked the novice box in Force Defense, Force Enhancement, Force Healing, Force Powers, or Lightsaber Pre-NGE.

Notes: This crystal is named after Ood B'nar, an Old Republic Jedi, who sacrificed himself to save a cache of artifacts/lightsabers contained within the library at Ossus.

Lava Crystal

Lava Crystal

Notes: Found only on Mustafar, the Lava Crystal is obtained by getting all of the "Warmly Glowing" items that create it. It is tradeable.

Sunrider's Destiny

Sunrider's Destiny

  • Elemental Damage: Heat (~4% of the Lightsaber's Maximum Damage)
  • How to obtain: This crystal is no longer obtainable through its original quest, However the crystal is trade-able and thus could be purchased for large amounts of credits. It was a reward from the pre-NGE quest, Capture Enemy Leadership.

Notes: The name "Sunrider's Destiny" is from the namesake Jedi Knight Nomi Sunrider who fought in the Great Sith War against fallen Jedi Exar Kun after her husband Andur Sunrider had fallen in battle.

Bondara's Folly

Bondara's Folly

  • Elemental Damage: Acid (~4% of the Lightsaber's Maximum Damage)
  • How to obtain: This crystal is obtainable through the shard collection series.

Notes: "Bondara's folly" refers to one of the most beloved Twi'lek Jedi Watchmen and Masters of Ryloth. He sacrificed his life in a duel against Sith Lord Darth Maul, to save his beloved Padawan. Because of Bondara's "Folly" a fellow Twi'lek named Boc Aseca would not be discovered and trained in the Jedi Arts. Boc Aseca would then be trained by fellow Dark Jedi Jerec and would come to oppose future Jedi Master Kyle Katarn. This is not a tradeable crystal.

Bane's Heart

Bane's Heart

Notes: This crystal was orginally a gift from Darth Bane to his apprentice, Darth Zannah. The crystal eventually came into the posession of General Grevious, and was used in the N-K "Necrosis" project. This crystal is tradeable.

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

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This Object is in the Tools (Objects) class.
Crystal
Object Class: Tools (Objects)
Attributes: Unknown.
Walking Time: Not walkable.
Location: Island of Destiny,Kazordoon,Beregar
Notes: Smaller version of the Large Crystal.
See also: Objects.
Add historical information about this object.

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