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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Dynamite was a children's magazine produced from 1977 to 1992. The magazine was published by Scholastic Inc., and available to elementary and middle schools through the Scholastic Book Club. Dynamite was essentially a kid's guide to pop culture, with cover features on the most popular stars of its day -- Luke Skywalker and Chewbacca, Sylvester Stallone, Robin Gibb and the Bee Gees, John Denver, Shaun Cassidy, Henry Winkler and many more.

The Muppets appeared on the cover several times. In May 1979, Kermit and Miss Piggy were featured in a three-page cover story about their relationship. Miss Piggy was the cover story for the July 1980 issue. Kermit, Fozzie and Gonzo were the cover stars in June 1981, with a four-page article promoting The Great Muppet Caper. The Dynamite staff did their homework -- the article describes a visit to the Great Muppet Caper set, and includes interviews with Jim Henson, Dave Goelz, Frank Oz and David Lazer.

The Dark Crystal was the cover story for the December 1982 issue.


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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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A high explosive, consisting of nitroglycerin mixed with the absorbent substance kiselguhr. Includes a timer.

Dynamite is an explosive in Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics. They were also going to appear in Van Buren.

Strictly speaking, dynamite is nitroglycerin-soaked charcoal, pressed into sticks. A dynamite package is a collection of a few sticks, taped together, and wired in parallel to a simple timer. This timer can be set for as little as ten seconds of delay, or up to a few minutes. Dynamite is especially helpful for clearing cave-ins, and can blow most doors apart.

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Fallout and Fallout 2

Dynamite
File:Dynamite.gif
damage: 30 - 50
damage type: Explosive
min. Strength: N/A
hands req.: 1
weight: 5 lbs.
value: $500

Availability

Dynamite is relatively common, and can be found - or stolen - in many places in the Wasteland. Military facilities often stock dynamite, and mining operations of any type often carry supplies. Dynamite is also a somewhat common item in shops, and can be purchased for reasonable prices with a decent Barter skill.

Notes

  • The Dynamite can have a "Premature" detonation sometimes if the player is unlucky (If it kills you or fails to kill your target).
  • Dynamite can also be used in Fallout, in the radscorpion cave, near Shady Sands. It is used on the "failing" rock support, at the entrance. This can be used as an easier way to finish the quest.
  • On Fallout 2, a Stick of dynamite may be used to clear a path on Modoc's outhouse cave to find Cornelius watch. Another stick of dynamite is required to gain entry to the Mariposa Military Base.

Fallout Tactics

Dynamite
File:DynamiteTactics.gif
damage: 100-150
damage type: Explosive
min. Strength: N/A
hands req.: 1
weight: N/A
value: N/A

Van Buren

Dynamite
File:DynamiteVanBuren.png
damage: N/A
damage type: Explosive
min. Strength: N/A
hands req.: 1
weight: N/A
value: N/A

Applicable Perks

Demolition Expert

Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics players disposed to using dynamite, and its more-powerful sibling, plastic explosives, would do well to gain the Demolition Expert perk. With this perk, the player will never have a premature detonation (a common problem with aging timers), and the explosive in question will deal an additional 10 points of damage.

Weapons of Fallout
Weapons of Fallout 2
Weapons of Fallout Tactics
Weapons of Van Buren

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Dynamite
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Real name
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Height 6'4"
Weight 275 lbs.
Date of birth June 6
Place of birth Hereford, England
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Resides Hereford, England
Billed from Hereford, England
Trainer {{{trainer}}}
Current
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WCSF
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None
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Debut August, 2005
Retired {{{retired}}}

Finishing Moves: C4, Depth Charge.

Entrance Theme: "End of Heartache" by Killswitch Engage

Bio:

In March of 2005, Dynamite turned his focus to plying his trade in the WCSF, and what an explosive start that was. The first sight the WCSF fans caught of the English Phenomenon was him revealing his unique C4 finisher on a hapless Executioner.

Dynamite has since gone from strength the strength, waged in heated battles with foes such as Executioner, Bale, with whom he took part in the first ever Dome of Doom match and even the GM of Mayhem Jay Jameson.

Dynamite won the then, WCSF Heavyweight title in a triple threat match at Revolution 2, defeating Jason Williams and Chris Cameron, resulting in a heated feud, which would result in a suprising alliance when Dynamite shocked the entire WCSF when he joined Cameron, Bale and Chris Osbourne to form the Monarchy, a powerful group of wrestlers who are the self-proclaimed most powerful group in wrestling. Not many can doubt that fact when the Monarchy teamed up with Brian Davis to lead Team Mayhem to victory over Team Unleashed at WCSF Annihilation, with the champion standing tall when all was said and done.

Dynamite has an unequalled record on the big stage, with only one PPV loss to his record in his WCSF career, and with the Monarchy at his back, who is likely that change that figure?


WCSF Mayhem! Heavyweight Champion

Leader of the Monarchy, the most powerful Faction in the history of the WCSF.


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia

Dynamite

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First Introduced
Last Seen
Owned by
The Black Rock crew
Found by
Used by
The survivors

Dynamite is a highly explosive mixture formed by absorbing nitroglycerin into a diatomaceous earth substrate.

Contents

The Black Rock

A cache of extremely old highly-unstable dynamite was discovered in the hold of the Black Rock and very likely was intended for use in mining operations. It appears the stash was first discovered by Danielle Rousseau during her long exile on the Island. The dynamite from this cache has been used on a number of different occasions:

Danielle's Traps

Danielle Rousseau used dynamite from the Black Rock to set at least one trap for the Others.

  • Danielle Rousseau rigged her shelter with dynamite. When Jack and Sayid approached, they inadvertantly triggered a tripwire which caused the entire shelter to detonate. ("Numbers")

Blowing Open the Hatch

Danielle revealed the location of the cache to the survivors - taking Jack, Locke, Hurley, Kate and Leslie Arzt to the old wreck. The survivors carefully extracted six sticks of dynamite to carry in two separate backpacks with the intent to use it to blow open the Hatch.

Battle at the Beach Camp

The DHARMA Initiative

It appears the DHARMA Initiative had their own store of dynamite which was most likely used in ground-clearing for various stations and other facilities on the Island. In 1977 Horace Goodspeed, while intoxicated, was using lit dynamite to destroy trees near the sonar fence. Phil, who was on guard duty at the security office, immediately identified the dynamite upon seeing Horace on the monitor. Later Horace does not recognize the name "Black Rock" indicating the dynamite he used came from a different source. ("LaFleur")

Trivia

  • The dynamite transport scene (and Montand's name) are an homage to the movie The Wages of Fear, according to Damon Lindelof in the 5/19/06 podcast. The plot of the extraordinarily tense movie involved transport of dangerous explosives in a desperate situation with few safety precautions. It also featured the idea of separating into two groups that keep their distance from one another, planning for the "worst-case-scenario" of one of them not making it, that the other will reach the destination with adequate explosives to accomplish the mission (much like Jack's idea).
  • Dynamite has played a central role in the season finales of seasons 1-3.

See also


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Dynamite disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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