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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

For other uses, see Enlightenment (disambiguation)

Enlightenment was the prize for which the Eternals Captain Wrack, Striker, and their rivals sought in a race across the Sol system. The prize was won by Vislor Turlough, who believed it to be a huge diamond. When he refused the Black Guardian's offer of the diamond, the TARDIS, and anything else he desired if he would hand over the Doctor, it was revealed that Enlightenment was in fact the ability to choose between good and evil, concepts of which the Eternals had no knowledge. (DW: Enlightenment)

In the 27th century, Enlightenment, in the form of the diamond, was offered to Bernice Summerfield by the two Eternals Hardy and Barron. (BFBS: The Heart's Desire)


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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Enlightenment
Lionheart
requirements: Level 2, CH 6, PE 6, any Divine Magic Skill 100
ranks: 1
benefit: -15% cost for casting spells

Enlightenment is a Lionheart Perk. It does not appear in any other SPECIAL game.

Your spiritual devotion has brought you closer to the divine. Selecting this perk reduces the casting costs of all Divine Magic spells by 15%.


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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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"Enlightenment" is the third episode of the first season of Star Trek: Daedalus.

Contents

Summary

The Daedalus becomes accidentally trapped in a "dead zone" and finds all its power systems drained. While the crew work together to find a way to generate power, certain issues between them become resolved, and fresh ones begin.

Characters

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Regulars

Guests and recurring

References

2244; admiral; Alpha Quadrant; arboretum; artificial gravity; Best Destiny; Betazed; Betazed system; birthday; "Bob"; candle; capital city; captain; Cardassian; Cardassian Union; Cavalier, USS; Cockspur, Albert; Cockspur Award; colony; Constitution, USS; Daedalus, USS; Darona; "dead zone"; Deep Space 9; Dessalaines, USS; Dominion War; Enterprise-E, USS; Exeter, USS; Federation Diplomatic Corps; Fire in Frost; force field; Jarkana; Jarkana Mountains; Jem'Hadar; life support; Mackenzie, Scott; Maxwell, Jessica; medikit; Newton, Henrietta; Nine Suns; palm beacon; Picard, Jean-Luc; prison; reduced power mode; Selok (son of Tulor); solar sail; starter motor; Sulu, Itaka; thruster; T'sart; Tulor; turbolift; warp core; warp drive; Wivern, USS; zero gravity gymnasium

External links

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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