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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

Equipment is defined either as item that go into the equipment pane of the inventory display, or as items that can be equipped on the character. Luckily, the definitions overlap perfectly.

Item categories that go into the weapon slot:

Other equipment, generally one slot each:

Using a two-handed weapon disables the shield slot.

See also Category:Equipment by effects.


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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

An Item is differentiated from Equipment. Equipment can be equipped, Items generally cannot.

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This category has the following subcategory, out of 15 total.

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Pages in category "Equipment"

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

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Equipment are special items that can be used in Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, and Halo 3.

All three games feature equipment that is immediately activated upon collection; these are known as power-ups. Halo 3 introduced equipment items that can be collected and carried by a player; these items could be activated at any time with a button press. When the term "equipment" is used, it usually refers to the items introduced in Halo 3.

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Halo: Combat Evolved

Only two powerups were present in Halo: Combat Evolved: The Active Camouflage and Overshield, both usable in Campaign and Multiplayer mode.

The Active Camouflage provides a player temporary invisibility and the Overshield triples the strength of a player's shield.

Halo 2

Halo 2 featured both the powerups as well.

When playing as the Master Chief, the flashlight can now be used with unlimited time. Also, when playing as the Arbiter, the flashlight is replaced with an Active Camouflage system that may be used for a certain amount of time, depending on each game difficulty.

The Overshield is also present, but only appears in Multiplayer mode.

Halo 3

Halo 3 introduced new kinds of equipment items. These items are immediately picked up when a player walks over them. The player can carry these items, and deploy them at any time with the button X. Only one equipment item can be carried at a time, however (though power-ups do not count toward this limit). The items appear in both Multiplayer and Campaign; in the latter, Brutes can use Equipment as well.

While most of the equipment is Covenant-manufactured, some is human-made, such as the Trip Mine. Others, such as the Auto Turret, were made by the Forerunners.

All playable characters are equipped with flashlights on their weapons, when in Campaign. The Arbiter no longer has built-in cloaking (although it appears so on the final chapter of the campaign, where he "warps" on to the warthog in single-player).

Halo 3: ODST

The equipment from Halo 3 is still present in Halo 3: ODST, but not usable for players. Brutes, however, can still carry and use it.

Halo: Reach

Halo: Reach will feature a retooled equipment system, called "Armor Abilities". While in Halo 3 each piece of equipment could be used only once, Armor Abilities will be reusable, with a cool-down time between each use.[1]

Equipment

Halo: Combat Evolved

Campaign and Multiplayer:

Campaign Only

Halo 2

Campaign Only:

Multiplayer:

Halo 3

Available in Campaign and Multiplayer:

Campaign Only:

Custom Maps Only:

Trivia

  • In the January 2008 issue of EGM, in an interview with Brian Jarrard and Tyson Green, it was revealed that there was a piece of equipment cut from the final game known as The Vortex.[citation needed] It was said to be deployed the same as a Power Drain, but would instead create a mini black hole that would "suck" in any object within range, and diverting its course into the black hole, and away from your face. It was even able to affect nearby objects such as the Fusion Coil and even other players. The design was cut due to the fact that it was too "expensive" from a networking and performance standpoint.
  • The Radar Jammer, Flare, and Deployable Cover are no longer usable in Matchmaking, as all three could be used to reach unfairly high places; the former two using the Equipment Jumping glitch, and the latter by simply jumping on it after deployment.
  • In the new 2009 Halo 3 Action Figures wave, equipment are included, and it should be noted that they all can be moved in some way as if they were activated; for example, the Bubble Shield can be folded into a way that allows it to stand by itself.

Glitches

  • The Radar Jammer, Flare, and Power Drain can all be used to "double jump".
  • In Forge, players often set equipment items to Instant Respawn, resulting in various interesting effects. Among other things, Instant Respawn Trip Mines can be used to overload a map. Overloading makes some forged objects disappear and disables all stage elements such as lifts and Guardian turrets. However, the effects will only last for the duration of that particular game; saving a map after overloading it will not preserve the effects.  Instant Respawn Overshields can make the player invincible, so long as the player continues to stand on the Overshield (the player, however, can still be killed by assassination).

Sources

  1. EDGE Magazine, February 2010

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

A player interchanging between various equipment.

Equipment is a special type of item that can be equipped in the equipped inventory and will give a character equipment bonuses. Common types of equipment include:

Actions

When items are equipped, players used to have the option to Operate them. For items that cannot be operated, the player will receive a message saying, "That item cannot be operated," when they attempt to operate the item. After an update by Jagex, if an item could be operated, the operate option was replaced with the item's actions. If it is impossible to operate an item, then there simply are no extra actions.


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Equipment is a short story written by Matthew Stover.It was originally published in the Hasbro Short Story Collection in July 2003. Equipment is offered as a free download on StarWars.com, but later was featured in the paperback edition of Shatterpoint, written by Matthew Stover and published by Del Rey in April 2004.

Plot summary

The story is "a personal account of the sub-orbital action at Haruun Kal, as reported by Auxiliary Heavy-Weapons Specialist CT-6/774."

It explains the clonetroopers' motto, "Take care of your equipment, and your equipment will take care of you." This motto comes to fruition when, even after their LAAT/i gunship has been destroyed, they use what resources they have as they float away and continue to fight to the end.

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SWG Wiki

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From SWG Wiki

Equipment refers to any item that can be equipped in an equipment slot, as distinguished from items that can only be carried in inventory.

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Equipment types

Equipment modifiers

Equipment found as loot has a chance to also have attribute modifiers. The number and type of modifers is indicated by the item name suffix. The maximum number of modifiers an item can have is four. For example, "Metal Necklace of the Veteran" will have a primary attribute of precision and two other attributes, such as agility and stamina for a total of three attributes.

Equipment prefixes and suffixes
Primary attribute +10 One attribute Two attributes Three attributes Four attributes
Agility Adroit of Quickness of the Rill of the Varactyl of the Acklay
Constitution Robust of Health of the Bantha of the Torton of the Hutts
Luck of Opportunity of Luck of the Gambler of the Daredevil of Destiny
Precision Sharp of Marksmanship of the Mercenary of the Veteran of Bounty Hunters
Stamina Vital of Stamina of the Squill of the Tusken of the Assassin
Strength of Force of Brawling of the Janta of the Rancor of the Jedi
Camouflage of the Dire Cat of the Gurrcat of the Bocatt of the Sand Panther

Rarity

Parts
Standard
Manufactured
Prototype
Old Republic Technology
Lost Technology

See also

Equipment
Armor Assault  ·  Battle  ·  Reconnaissance  ·  Faction  ·  Cybernetics
Clothing Jedi (robes, cloaks)  ·  Ithorian  ·  Wookiee ·  Wearable containers
Jewelry Necklaces  ·  Bracelets  ·  Rings  ·  Sets
Weapons
Melee weapons Unarmed  ·  One-handed  ·  Two-handed  ·  Polearms  · Lightsabers
Ranged weapons Pistols  ·  Carbines  ·  Rifles  ·  Heavy

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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From TibiaWiki

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This is a growing list of of all items that can be found in Tibia. Since there are so many items with many different purposes, this list has been separated into different categories. You might also want to have a look on the Objects list.

Body Equipment

These items provide varying levels of protection from enemy attacks, and sometimes lessen certain types of attacks. You are allowed to wear one of each type of armor at one time. A complete set of armor will include a Helmet, a Shield, an Armor, Boots and Legs.

Golden_Helmet.gif Helmets
Golden_Armor.gif Armors Blessed_Shield.gif Shields
Golden_Legs.gif Legs Spellbook_of_Dark_Mysteries.gif Spellbooks
Golden_Boots.gif Boots

Weapons

No player is complete without a trusty weapon to aid them in their adventures. Some weapons can be used while holding a shield, but other weapons require two hands in order to use.

Axe.gif Axe Weapons Mace.gif Club Weapons Sword.gif Sword Weapons
Hailstorm_Rod.gif Rods Wand_of_Inferno.gif Wands Wooden_Wand.gif Old Wands (removed from game)
Infernal_Bolt.gif Ammunition Crossbow.gif Distance Weapons

Household Items

No Tibian house would be complete without some of the useful and decorative items in these lists.

Brown_Book.gif Books Backpack_of_Holding.gif Containers Champion%27s_Cup.gif Contests Prizes Bat_Decoration.gif Decorations
Parchment.gif Documents and Papers Panda_Teddy.gif Dolls and Bears Red_Cushioned_Chair.gif Furniture
Rolling_Pin.gif Kitchen Tools Post_Horn.gif Musical Instruments Demon_Trophy.gif Trophies

Plants, Animal Products, Food and Drink

Tibia is a world full of various plants and herbs. There is also a large range of food items that are harvested from the land, made by the different races, or collected from dead creatures. Visit your local pub for something cold and refreshing!

Green_Dragon_Scale.gif Creature Products Ham.gif Food
Health_Potion.gif Liquids Blood_Herb.gif Plants and Herbs

Tools and other Equipment

There are many kinds of equipment other than weapons and armor. Every Tibian should be prepared to face the many dangers that can be found around every corner.

Amulet_of_Loss.gif Amulets and Necklaces Golden_Key.gif Keys Candelabrum.gif Light Sources
Crystal_Ring.gif Rings Obsidian_Knife.gif Tools

Other Items

Other items are those that didn't fit well the categories above. They have been sub-divided according to their special usages.

Yellow_Piece_of_Cloth.gif Clothing Accessories Enchanted_Chicken_Wing.gif Enchanted Items Dice.gif Game Tokens Violet_Gem.gif Valuables
Life_Crystal.gif Magical Items Huge_Chunk_of_Crude_Iron.gif Metals Party_Hat.gif Party Items
Icicle_%28Item%29.gif Quest Items Broken_Flask.gif Rubbish Ultimate_Healing_Rune.gif Runes

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