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The most common type of door seen in the Halo games.

Doors are movable barriers used to cover up openings; typically, such barriers are attached to the very openings they block. They are used by virtually all factions in the Halo universe.

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Like all technology created by the various factions of the Halo Universe, the doors they create for various purposes represent their general design styles in many ways.

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Covenant

The Covenant frequently use curves as well as bright purples, blues, and grays in the design of their technology; everything from weapons to cities. The doors incorporate the curves and colors standard to Covenant design, most notably in High Charity. While many doors throughout the halo universe have indicator lights and work by sliding in and out of the walls, only the doors in High Charity that flash when the player gets close and emit a tone.

Humanity

Human technology for doors has progressed since the modern era. While most doors today are based on a hinge system, the doors seen on Earth are exclusively sliding, either opened by proximity or a switch located on the door itself. Like most human technology applied to everything from roads to space faring military vessels, the design is simple and geometric (with some discrepancies) with straight lines and angles, and involves blacks, grays, and browns. Most doors have a light on them that is either green to indicate that it is open or can be opened, or red to indicate that it is locked.

Forerunner

Doors built by the Forerunners are completely geometric and incorporate the similar light grays, browns, and blues of the rest of their technology. The doors themselves are geometric and often slide in multiple parts. They also have complex and geometric designs on them, it is often patterned. This same trend can be seen on floors of Forerunner structures.

Flood

Doors built by the Flood have only been observed in the levels Cortana and Isolation. While the Flood do not have what we consider conventional architecture, they build their structures out of biomass they have consumed. Their doors, called Portas, are built from biomass of infected hosts, and resemble valves like those in the heart. They open based on proximity. While the sections of the door itself retract, the circular frame of the door contracts at the same time, this effect was most likely added by Bungie to make the player feel as if they were playing inside a living thing during the level, and add effect to the level.

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

Doors can be seen in (almost) every House, Guildhall, Shop etc. You can't always enter them, sometimes a Key, door-right, interaction with a NPC, finishing a Quest or something like that required.

Doors

Name Walkable Attributes Notes
Cave Entrance Image:Cave Entrance.gif no None. It's not a real door, more like a passage-way.
Cave Entrance (Mine) Image:Cave Entrance (Mine).gif no None. It's not a real door, like a normal cave entrance.
Door (Bones) Image:Door (Bones).gif no Use it to open/close it. You can only open it if you are the owner of the house or if you have door rights. For more information see: House.
Door (House) Image:Door (House).gif no Use it to open/close it. You can only open it if you are the owner of the house or if you have door rights. For more information see: House.
Door (Iron Bars) Image:Door (Iron Bars).gif no Can't be opened/closed. An door to keep prisoners locked in their cells.
Door (Normal) Image:Door (Normal).gif no Use it to open/close it. Use with key to open/close the lock. An ordinary door. You can't see from a distance if a key is required.
Door (Sealed) Image:Door (Sealed).gif no Use it to open/close it. Can only be opened when doing some quests, having finished some quests (e.g. The Postman Missions) etc.
Door (Wooden) Image:Door (Wooden).gif no Use it to open/close it. Use with key to open/close the lock. The same function as an ordinary door. You can't see from a distance if a key is required.
Gate of Expertise Image:Gate of Expertise.gif no Use it to go through it. Can only be opened if you meet the required level. The level required for passing gates of expertise in Tibia differ from level 20 to 999. <noinclude></noinclude>

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Hole (Earth) Image:Hole (Earth).gif yes None. You can't go through it, it's just some kind of decoration in Rotworm caves.

See also other Objects.


This article uses material from the "Doors" article on the Tibia wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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