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Deception is the act of convincing another to believe information that is not true. Deception involves concepts like propaganda, distraction and concealment. Fiction, while sometimes manipulative, is not a deception unless it is portrayed as the whole truth; not to be confused with half-truths. In many cases it is difficult to distinguish deception from providing unintentionally wrong information. One of the reasons for this is that a person or an entire organization may be self-deceived.


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From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

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EverQuest 2 Quest Information
Journal Category Hallmark
Journal Level 50 (Tier 6)
Journal Difficulty Epic
Starting Zone Nagafen's Lair more
How to Start Talk to Lord Nagafen
part of: Prismatic Weapon Timeline
Preceded by:
Fire and Ice
Followed by:
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What does this information mean?


  1. Talk to Lord Nagafen. He will tell you that you need to find five arcane rings. He gives you the first one and sends you off to find the remaining four.
  2. Find the missing rings. The first three drakotas are epic x4 mobs.
  3. When you have all quest dings, you can zone a raid into a special instanced version of Isle of Refuge (Darathar's Flight). You do this by using the rings with The Ulteranis, the orb at the top of the Tower of the Oracles in Antonica.
  4. Kill Darathar.
  5. Talk to Lord Nagafen.


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In Van Buren and J.E. Sawyer's Fallout Role-Playing Game, the Speech skill was divided into Deception and Persuasion.

J.E. Sawyer wrote:

This skill is used in dialogue, but it is also used as a limited building skill as means to an "alternate" stealth route. As with Speech in Fallout, Deception is checked in dialogue along with stats. But Deception's dialogue options all take the form of bluffing, misleading, or otherwise flat out lying to the other person in the conversation.
Deception can also be used to "sneak in plain sight" through the use of disguises. Disguises can be either found or created with a Disguise Kit. A disguise is a single item that a character wears, though it may occupy several equipped slots when necessary. Disguises may include things like: NCR Ranger Outfit, Hubologist Outfit, Viper Raider Outfit, etc. When a character uses a disguise, the character's effective reputation and identity become invisible. As far as AI is concerned, the character is part of that disguise's "team" as long as the NPC's PE doesn't see through the character's Deception skill (affected by range, lighting, etc.). Of course, for practical/gameplay purposes, a character's disguise does not hold up once he or she enters combat or attempts to initiate dialogue. And some disguises just don't work for some characters (no super mutants in BoS Scribe disguises, no humans in Night Kin disguises).
Characters can also manufacture disguises from individual disguise elements through the use of a disguise kit. Placing all the elements of the intended disguise into the kit creates the disguise if the character's Deception skill is high enough. E.g.: Joe wants an NCR Ranger Outfit. This requires an NCR Ranger uniform, NCR Ranger boots, and an NCR Ranger pin (I love that pin). He finds the uniform on a dead Ranger, buys the boots at a surplus store, and trades for the pin with a group of unpleasant but businesslike raiders. Dump them in the kit and -- voila -- NCR Ranger Outfit.

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From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

[[Image:|px|Image of Deception]]
Real name Gregory Pyle
Ring Names {{{names}}}
Height 6ft 2"
Weight 240lbs
Date of birth 27th March (1974)
Place of birth South Shields, England, United Kingdom
Date of death
Place of death
Resides Reading, England, United Kingdom
Billed from Newcastle, England
Trainer Triple 6, Steele
Pojo Wrestling Alliance (2002-Present)
Handled by
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Debut October 2002 (PWA)
Retired {{{retired}}}



Name - Gregory Pyle

Ring Name - Deception

Birthdate - 27/03/1974

Alignment - Heel

Music - Sorry You're Not a Winner by Enter Shikari

Allies - Tony Xterme

Enemies - Razer, Showtime, Tommy Dragon, Organon, Triple 6

Height - 6"2

Weight - 225


The Martyr of Tears

The Enigma

The Fallen Angel

The Hardcore of PWA

The Dark One


The Darkness Driver - Death Valley Driver

Welcome Shadow - Dominator Into Sitdown Piledriver

The STDC - Stepover Toehold Dragon Clutch


Up 'n' Under - T-Bone Suplex

The Road to Sanctuary - Spinning Tombstone Piledriver



Fisherman's Suplex

Running Knee Strike

Brainbuster - Occasional use, big matches. However, I don't consider it a finishing move as such.

Northen Light's Suplex

Rolling German Suplex - Occasional use, big matches. However, I don't consider it a finishing move as such.

Soccer Kick


German Suplex

Dragon Suplex

Shooting Star Press - Occasional use, big matches. However, I don't consider it a finishing move as such.

Slingshot Dropkick - Opponent on the outside, Deception uses the ropes to go from inside to out, connecting with the Dropkick before pulling himself back into the ring via the ropes.


Reverse DDT

Clothesine into Bulldog

Millitary Press Drop

STO - Occasional use, big matches. However, I don't consider it a finishing move as such.

Deception's Career Summary

Deception entered the Pojo Wrestling Alliance in-late 2002. The Martyr of Tears entered with an immeidate impact, destroying resident play-by-play announcer Johnny Thunder with a massive chair shot and followed with a savage Powerbomb. His reason? Simply because he could. Later that same night he stole away the chance for current Hardcore Champion to become a double champion as he interfered to give Bman a win in the two mens Million Dollar Championship match. Quite an eventful debut, no?

It was the week after however where Deception made his first true mark upon the federation, as he took his first steps into the ring and his first steps into the history of PWA and his own legacy as he challenged TDW for the PWA Hardcore Championship in his debut match. The Dark One actually lost the match but only two weeks later, after Crush had defeated TDW for the Hardcore Championship, Deception took out the new champion before their schedule title match and was awarded the championship by default when it was announced Crush could no longer compete. Deception would hold the title for two months, as he began to gain a reputation for being a bit hardcore. The Fallen Angel in fact went on to hold the Hardcore Championship another four times.

It was at Deception's first Pojocade where he won his next title, as he defeated The Mush and Nightmare in a triple threat, Stairway to Hell match to gain the PWA Cruiserweight Championship. The following night saw Deception re-invent himself as 'The Wildcat' Adam Scott as part of the Revolution, under then leader the Freak. After nearly three months as champion, Scott lost the championship and this was when Wrath began to plant the first few seeds of doubt in his mind. What had he let happen to himself, where had Deception gone? Deception did indeed return, joining the Xtreme-Nation and laying waste to the Freak as he challenged Wrath for the Television Championship.

A few months with X-N led to Deception breaking off again, after winning and losing the his first World Tag Team Championship with Wrath. A few months later, after winning his second Hardcore Champion from La Sombra, he began teaming with the man he defeated and won his second Tag Team title. The Green One then joined them and together they formed Sanitarium, which would soon merge with Bman's faction the New Blood. A stellar feud wtih teh Dynasty produced some great matches between Steele and Deception as the rookie began to really challenge the upper carders, even coming mere inches from winning the Intercontinental Championship.

It was in early 2004, after the break-up of the New Blood that Deception became a bonafide star, as he and Tony Xtreme helped Triple 6 win his first World Championship and in turn the three men became the now legendary Forsworn. Pyro joined for a short time, then left as Tony Xtreme faded out and the now tag team champions - Deception and Triple 6 - inducted the man who had recentley beat Deception for his Television Champinship into the group, that man being Organon.

Over the next six months these three men ran roughshod over the company, the greatest faction to have ever existed. During this time Deception tried twice to win the World Championship off then champion Jeff Holsten, but failed both times and as Triple 6 accidentally eliminated him from the Wrestlefest rumble it all became too much for him and Deception let loose, turning on his comrades. Organon would turn on Triple 6 himself the year after and a twisted and brutal feud between the three would ensue, with Organon walking away with the World Title.

It was truly a year obscurity that followed for Deception, with very little of note until he finally, finally won the World Championship from Showtime. He was to lose it a week later to long-time rival Razer before re-gaining it two weeks later, before once again losing the damn thing a week later. Since then, Deception has done very little in the PWA. Appearing now and again, then dissapearing again.

Deception's Championships

2x PWA World Heavyweight Champion

3x PWA World Television Champion

4x PWA World Tag Team Champion

(w/ Wrath, La Sombra, Triple 6 and Tony Xterme respectively.)

1x PWA European Champion

1x PWA Cruiserweight Champion

5x PWA Hardcore Champion

Deception's Awards

Wrestler of the Year 2004 (Joint w/ Triple 6)

Overall Match of the Year 2004 (Deception and Triple 6 vs. Steele and Razer)

Pay-Per-View Match of the Year 2004 (The Forsworn vs. Team Xtreme, PWA Cup Final)

Television Match of the Year 2004 (Deception Vs. Jeff Holsten vs. Organon)

Tag Team Champions of the Year 2004 (w/ Triple 6)

Television Match of the Year 2005 (Title vs. Title, Showtime vs. Deception)

Greatest Faction of All Time (The Forsworn)

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From Lostpedia

Sawyer working a con ("The Long Con")

Deceptions and cons have been made by nearly every main character in the storyline of Lost and have become an integral part of the mystery of the show.



Ana Lucia

Character Deceptions/Cons
Ana Lucia Cortez


Charlie Pace


Hugo "Hurley" Reyes


Jack Shephard


Katherine "Kate" Austen


Michael Dawson


James "Sawyer" Ford


Sayid Jarrah


Shannon Rutherford
  • Convinced Boone that her boyfriend Bryan was beating her so that Boone would pay off Bryan to leave her, and they could split the money. But her plan backfired when Bryan took the money and left. ("Hearts and Minds")
  • Re-established her connection to Boone, her stepbrother, by sleeping with him. ("Hearts and Minds")
  • Feigned interest in Charlie so that he'd catch a fish for her. ("Walkabout")


Sun-Hwa Kwon


Walt Lloyd

Nikki and Paulo

Paulo and Nikki

Flashback characters

Character Deceptions/Cons

Anthony Cooper

Anthony Cooper
  • Conned James Ford's parents under the name Tom Sawyer.
  • Used Locke's mother to con him into giving away his kidney.
  • Is a professional con man.
  • Faked his own death to escape his creditors.
  • Used Locke again in a money-transfer scam.
  • Failed at conning Mrs. Talbot in a wedding con.


Cassidy Phillips
  • Fledgling con woman, trained by Sawyer as part of a long con.
  • Began by convincing people at gas stations to buy fake jewelry.
  • Conned the authorities into revealing themselves by impersonating Kate.

Eddie Colburn

Eddie Colburn
  • Undercover police agent who pretended to be a hitchhiker drifter to befriend Locke.
  • Secretly operated a sting to uncover Jan and Mike's marijuana-growing operation.

Dr. Je-Guy Kim

Dr. Je-Guy Kim
  • Told Jin and Sun while they were together in his doctor's office that Sun was incurably infertile due to advanced endometriosis.
  • Later accosts Sun when she is on the street alone to tell her that he had lied and Jin was the infertile one.
    • Claims that he couldn't tell him, for fear that an employee of Mr. Paik would want retribution if he gave him such news.
  • Unknown motivations, and unknown which version was a lie at this point.




Kelvin Joe Inman
  • Led Sayid to believe he couldn't speak Arabic so that Sayid would torture Tariq.
  • Got Desmond to live with him in the Swan for years and believe in the Sickness, when he himself did not.
  • During this time, secretly fixed Desmond's boat (the Elizabeth), in the hopes of escaping the Island and leaving Desmond to push the button.

Richard Malkin

Richard Malkin
  • Originally read Claire's fortune as a psychic, and told her that her baby was in great danger if she did not raise it herself.
  • Later gave her the option of meeting with a mysterious couple in L.A. who wanted to adopt the baby and give her money
  • When he met Eko he told him he was not psychic, but pretended to earn a living.
  • Unknown motivations, and unknown which version was a lie at this point.

Sam Austen

Sam Austen
  • Always knew that Kate was not his biological daughter, but let her believe otherwise.

The Others

We did all this because the only way to gain a con man's respect is to con him. And you're pretty good, Sawyer. We're a lot better. -- Benjamin Linus ("Every Man for Himself")

Character Deceptions/Cons

The Others

The Others
  • Took great lengths to appear as primitives to the Losties.
    • Tom's fake beard.
    • Dirty clothes, later revealed to be costumes.
    • Fishing village with a fake hatch door.


Benjamin Linus


Ethan Rom
  • Pretended to be a crash survivor to infiltrate the group on Ben's orders.


  • Pretended to be a tail-section survivor to report on them.


Juliet Burke
  • Took part in Ben's plan to "break" Jack, using her own resemblance to his ex-wife Sarah.
  • Gave Jack a speech about the importance of saving Ben's life, while simultaneously playing him a video of herself holding cue cards asking Jack to play along but then kill Ben during the surgery. ("The Cost of Living")
  • Attempted to manipulate Kate into thinking they were "in it together" by handcuffing herself to her and putting her out in the jungle. ("One of Us")
  • Agreed to infiltrate the survivors for Ben and collect information on the pregnant women among them. ("One of Us")
  • Double-crossed Ben and told Jack about the planned raid on the beach camp by the Others. ("Greatest Hits")


Mikhail Bakunin



Other characters

Character Deceptions/Cons

Jacob's enemy

Jacob's enemy

The pros of cons

The following are all, or have been, professional con artists:


The following episodes have a strong focus on deception and cons:

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Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

English: Deception
Attribute: Trap Cards Image:Trap.png
Property: Continuous Image:Continuous.png
Card Lore: Both players can select up to 30 cards from their Decks and send them to the Graveyard. Both players can pay 2000 Life Points and select 5 removed from play cards and add them to their hands
Sets with this Card: Strong Control
Card Limit: Limited
Other Card Information: Gallery - Rulings
Tips - Errata - Trivia
Lores - Artworks - Names

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