Eugene: Misc



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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Attack statistics
dmg/attack: 7
DPS: 140
attacks/sec: 20
# of projectiles: 1
spread: 2
crit dmg: 0
crit chance: x 0 (unmodified: 0)
ammo type: 5mm
ammo per shot: 1
ammo capacity: 240
shots/reload: 240
skill: Big Guns
AP: 30
item HP: 1500
repair: Miniguns
weight: 18
value: 1500
quests: Reilly's Rangers
base id: 0006B538

Eugene is the unique version of the minigun which can be obtained from completing the Reilly's Rangers quest. This upgraded minigun has 50% greater durability than standard miniguns, much greater firepower, and it starts off in very good condition. It can also be repaired with other miniguns. Eugene, fully repaired, does almost as much damage as a fully repaired Gatling Laser, while being that much easier to find ammunition and repair materials for, and can therefore be a better choice for a main Big Guns weapon.

Quest Notes

  • It is possible to receive two by injuring Brick enough during the escape for her to get killed by the super mutants. Which then can be looted from her dead body along with ranger armor and then asking for it as a reward.
  • Killing Brick and taking it results in all of the rangers becoming hostile, whether they witnessed you kill her or not and you won't be able to get caps from Reilly anymore.
  • It is possible to pickpocket Eugene if you have a high sneak skill, although it may take many tries. Wait until all the rangers have gone to sleep, position yourself hidden from Brick, and use a Stealth Boy just in case. Save before attempting to do so.
  • After finishing the quest, at any given time Brick may be carrying 2 Eugenes, making it a semi-unique weapon.


Eugene appears only in Fallout 3.

Weapons of Fallout 3

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Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

Eugene is a character mentioned on the website for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. Eugene is seen by the police as a possible way to get to Leo Teal, as he is romantically involved with him. Eugene is an interior designer and restaurant owner who is known to like Thailand and the beach. Leo Teal is a chef in a restaurant in Vice City, which maybe the restaurant that Eugene owns. Eugene is not the only love interest for Teal however, as Moweesha is involved in "dubious practices" with Teal.

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From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Image of Eugene
Billing information
Ring name(s)
Height 6 ft 0 in
Weight 226 lb
Born December 17, 1985
Hometown Louisville, Kentucky
Theme music Pop Goes the Weasel
Federation(s) Wrestling Society X
Brand(s) Smackdown
Previous federations
Wrestling information
Role {{{role}}}
Gimmick Mentally challenged
Alignment Face
Wrestling style
Finisher(s) Eugene Stunner
Eugene Elbow
Professional career
Debut {{{debut}}}

Nick Dinsmore (born December 17, 1985) is an American professional wrestler. He currently wrestles on the Raw brand of Wrestling Society X (WSX) as Eugene.

Wrestling details

  • Primary Finisher
    • Eugene Stunner (Seated three-quarter facelock jawbreaker)
  • Secondary Finisher
    • Eugene Elbow (Feint leg drop transitioned into a high-impact elbow drop to the chest, with theatrics)
  • Signature Moveset
    • Arm-trap crossface
    • Cloverleaf
    • Multiple suplex variations
      • German
      • Fisherman
      • Northern lights
    • Headscissors
    • Swinging neckbreaker
  • Theme Music
Wrestling Society X<span/> roster
Tag Teams and Stables The Arabian AllianceBlake Heat and Mitch VoltageThe Dark SideD-Generation XThe GangstasThe Hart DynastyInsane Clown PosseMillion Dollar CorporationThe Nasty BoysnWoTeam 3DThe Rock 'n Rave InfectionSpirit SquadSteel ForceUltraviolent Connection
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Female wrestlers MollyEllie
Other talent Amando EstradaDave Collins • Joan Brooks • Mark Feeney • Shorty Brooks • Nick HaddanPete SteelStevie Richards
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Female wrestlers Abbey Rose
Other talent HornswoggleJack SparrowJohn StabMulletTim SydalTraci Brooks
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Female wrestlers Awesome KongTaylor Swift
Other talent Joey RamoneKing HarryMr FujiLilian GarciaShane McMahonTazmaniac

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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

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Eugene (Earth-616)
Real Name

Xavier Institute




First appearance

Gambit Vol 4 #10
(July, 2005)


Eugene is one of the students who have been clearly depicted as attending the Xavier Institute since it re-opened [1] but their squad affiliation has not been revealed. Some of these students may be a part of the Lower School or members of squads that have not been fully revealed, such as the Beast’s Exemplars or Iceman’s Excelsiors.


  • Appearances of Eugene (Earth-616)
  • Character Gallery: Eugene (Earth-616)
  • Images that feature Eugene (Earth-616)
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  • Quotations by Eugene (Earth-616)

Discover and Discuss

  1. Astonishing X-Men #1 and New X-Men: Academy X #1

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010
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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Eugene Talmont
Physical description




Hair color


Chronological and political information

Rebellion era[1]


Galactic Empire[1]

"The man in charge, Prefect Talmont, seems to spend most of his time trying to get himself reassigned, ignoring the blatant crime in the streets of Mos Eisley."
Mammon Hoole

Eugene Talmont was the Imperial Prefect of Mos Eisley spaceport. Following the footsteps of his father, he was constantly assigned to backwater worlds and cities, due to his unremarkable past. When given his Mos Eisley assignment, he at first saw it as an opportunity to reform and tame the lowlifes and "riff-raff" that populated the streets, but in a short space of time, he began dedicating all his resources to obtain a transfer.

At first setting his sights on Rebel fugitives who wandered into his territory, Talmont began combating the Hutt cartels that harried honest business in Mos Eisley. He had no qualms about taking bribes and getting involved in underhanded business to fight Jabba Desilijic Tiure, the most powerful crime lord in the sector. At first hiring honest Imperial citizens to infiltrate Jabba's community, Talmont's actions drew the attention of Governor Tour Aryon, who contacted the Imperial Security Bureau, Imperial Intelligence, and the Inquisitorius in turn to discover the truth behind the Prefect's dealings. Talmont was able to evade disaster though, and by 4 ABY he was still working to destroy Jabba's empire.




"I see! They think they can get away with it, but they have yet to deal with Prefect Talmont!"
―Prefect Eugene Talmont

Eugene Talmont served the Galactic Empire loyally, like his father, but his untarnished reputation and low-key background led him to be transferred from unremarkable post to unremarkable post. He began to develop a grudge against his father, considering him to be an inferior human being. In 0 ABY, he found himself at Mos Eisley, a spaceport on the arid planet of Tatooine, where he was to serve as Prefect. Upon learning that his predecessor, Orun Depp, had been assassinated by IG-72, he devised a series of schemes to get himself transferred. At first, Talmont saw the job as an opportunity to tame the barbaric nature of Tatooine's denizens, but after a while, he began to suspect that someone in the upper echelons of the government disliked him.[1][2] A civilian officer, Talmont had a squad of Stormtroopers at his disposal, but he was required to make formal requests of Lieutenant Harburik, the squad leader. He was assigned to work out of Mos Eisley's dingy regional offices, where he would meet employees and citizens alike.[3] One of Talmont's other employees was the spy Garindan.[4]

The hunt for Han Solo

"You will get your reward, and I will get sent to a post on a far, far better world. You have my word on that. My solemn word."
―Prefect Eugene Talmont

Within the year, Talmont's power began to rival that of Governor Tour Aryon, and he had a degree of jurisdiction over the entire planet. Still, he sought to be transferred, and came up with a plan to impress his superiors. Han Solo, captain of the Millennium Falcon, was wanted by the Empire, and Talmont's men had gained intelligence that he would be returning to Tatooine to pay off Jabba Desilijic Tiure, a crime lord who had a bounty on the fugitive smuggler's head. Hiring three bounty hunters, Dengar, Udin, and Eron Stonefield, Talmont intended to have his employees camp outside Jabba's Palace and wait for Solo to arrive. Talmont promised to pay the bounty hunters considerably, and believed that the capture of such an elusive terrorist would secure his passage to a better post.[2]

What was essentially a simple plan, however, evolved into a complex, galaxy-wide chase involving kidnappings of Hutts,[2] planetary revolutions,[5] and trade disputes.[6] With his Ur-Damo in the clutches of Solo, Jabba expressed interest in the hunt, and contacted Talmont. Though the Prefect was no friend of the Hutt, he assured him that the three hunters were totally capable. With the Hutt now involved, Talmont's involvement diminished. Though the hunters eventually caught Solo, they unwittingly handed them over to Rebels, disguised as Imperials. As a result, celebrations broke out across Mos Eisley, and Talmont did not get the transfer he sought.[7][8]

Reporting on the Hutt kajidics

"The Hutts, unsurprisingly, think themselves superior to all other creatures in the galaxy, including humanoids. Further, the mere existence of these gangsters promotes immorality."
―Excerpt from Prefect Eugene Talmont's report to ISB

Within the same year, Prefect Talmont was called upon by the Imperial Security Bureau to research the Hutt kajidics, or clans. Talmont did so, and compiled a particularly critical and damning report of the kajidics, mentioning such psychological theories as "The Hutt Mirror." Talmont's report was dispatched to the ISB, and in turn, Commander Maximillian Seerdon sent it to Grand Vizier Sate Pestage.[9]

Operations in Bestine

Prefect Talmont during his stay in Bestine.
"Your services has been invaluable to me and the greater good of the Empire. It's a sad time when wearing the Prefect's uniform is to wrap oneself in thorns and razorwire. Go, I am distraught."
―Prefect Eugene Talmont

In 1 ABY, Wilhalm Skrim, Governor Aryon's secretary, referred a traveling Imperial spacer onto Talmont. Talmont, who was visiting Bestine, had several errands that the spacer was willing to run. First, he sent the spacer to kill the gangster Akkar Plint, who was working for Gohn Bimmin, an Imperial official. Bimmin had apparently fabricated evidence claiming that Talmont was involved in a bribery scandal, and was heading to Bestine to present his case. The spacer fulfilled the task, and Talmont was safe, for the moment. He then sent the spacer to assassinate Bimmin, further securing the safety of the Prefecture from harmful allegations.[8]

Impressed with the spacer's work, Talmont enlisted the nomad in his war against the Hutts. He sent the spacer on another assassination mission, this time to kill the Hutt employee Snrrrlagga. The spacer succeeded, and Talmont grew confident that he would gain the upper hand in the minor conflict. Governor Aryon grew suspicious of Talmont's movements, however, and enlisted the services of an Imperial Security Bureau officer to keep an eye on the Prefect. Talmont, indignant, discovered that the Bothan spy Nwilla Thar'lyat had been providing the ISB officer with details on his operations, and so sent the spacer to kill Thar'lyat.[8]

Though Thar'lyat perished, Aryon did not give up, and with the ISB's effectiveness hampered, enlisted Imperial Intelligence to do the job. Talmont was confident he could deal with the Intelligence officer, but knew that the officer's guard, Klaua Jik, would pose a problem. Reminding the spacer to be exceptionally secretive, Talmont enlisted them, once again, for an assassination task, with Jik as the target. Jik, shortly thereafter, perished, and Talmont found himself able to move freely again. Still, Aryon was not satisfied. She called upon the Inquisitorius, who sent one of their number to interrogate those close to Talmont. The Prefect, panicking, dispatched the spacer to kill Harbo Linn, a member of the Prefecture who would reveal damning information if he were to fall into the hands of the Inquisitor. The spacer succeeded, but Talmont was too distraught to be pleased.[8]

Plotting to remove Jabba

Talmont realized he had to get rid of Jabba and his criminal enterprises that riddled Mos Eisley. At first, he hired Imperial agents to infiltrate Jabba's Palace and steal data discs containing information about the crime lord's bribery of important officials.[10] He continued in his efforts, but instead of hampering the crimelord's movements, he simply created a set of easily avoided obstacles.[3] Further setbacks occurred with the hiring of Dannik Jerriko, an Anzati assassin. Jerriko was in both Talmont and Lady Valarian's employ, causing the Prefect a great deal of grief and confusion.[11] In 4 ABY, he contacted two members of Jabba's cartel: Tessek and Ree-Yees. Ree-Yees, an alcoholic murderer from Kinyen, had three deaths on his record, but Talmont agreed to clear the Gran's name if he could eliminate Jabba. As such, he had his men deliver the parts of a bomb gradually to Ree-Yees, in the hope that the Gran would be able to assemble it and eliminate Jabba.[12]

Tessek, Jabba's accountant, made a separate deal with Talmont. He would arrange to have Jabba inspect a spice shipment in a large warehouse in Mos Eisley, during which Talmont and his men would raid the illegal stash and arrest the Hutt. Talmont believed that by eliminating Jabba, either way, he would be transferred to another world.[13] The day before the planned raid, Talmont went to the Lucky Despot with several of his men, and was met by Ephant Mon, another of Jabba's employees. Watching the Chevin dispatch a pair of local thugs, he commended Mon on his combat skills. Mon, however, hinted that he knew of Tessek's plan, causing Talmont to fret.[14] Luckily for Talmont, Jabba was assassinated by Leia Organa the following day at the Pit of Carkoon.[15]

Personality and traits

"Oh, this is a hideous world."
―Prefect Eugene Talmont

Eugene Talmont was a rather bitter man, particularly towards his father and his superiors. His father had, in Talmont's opinion, always been given choice assignments and postings, while he himself had received nothing but backwater posts. Adding insult to injury, Talmont believed himself to be a far better man than his father. The Prefect did not put his posting to Tatooine down to coincidence, either, as he was convinced that his superiors had given him a poor assignment just to spite him. While at first Talmont thought Mos Eisley may provide him with an opportunity to subdue the rowdy citizens, he quickly discovered that it was a highly dangerous and barren city, with practically no prospects for advancement.[2]

He had no qualms with taking bribes,[1] but was utterly disgusted at the fact that he was accused of misconduct. He frequently clashed with the governor, and usually tried to avoid her, but when Talmont's assassination orders got out of hand, the governor began to investigate. Talmont panicked in such an instance, and simply ordered more killings, which did, eventually, resolve the problem.[8] He believed that accepting bribes was perfectly normal for a man in his position, and accepted credits from almost every business in Mos Eisley, in exchange for a selectively blind eye.[3] Talmont's objective became not so much "fixing" Mos Eisley, but doing something noteworthy to attract the attention of his superiors, as he hated Tatooine and sought a transfer. He concocted a wide variety of schemes, none of which actually succeeded.[2][12]

A slight man of wiry build, Talmont was not a particularly imposing figure, and was also physically short-sighted. In his first year at Mos Eisley, he wore a toupee, but substituted it in 1 ABY for an officer's cap, to match his prefect's uniform. He had a walking stick as well, but he had seemingly done away with it by the time of his second year on the job.[8][2][1]

Behind the scenes

Eugene Talmont was created by Martin Wixted, and first appeared in the West End Games sourcebook, Galaxy Guide 7: Mos Eisley. The character would then go on to be used in the short story collection Tales from Jabba's Palace, and made his first in-story appearance in Kenneth C. Flint's Old Friends: Ephant Mon's Tale. The character would later be used by Dave Wolverton, as the catalyst for the plot of the second arc of the Star Wars Missions series, in 1998.


  • Star Wars Missions 5: The Hunt for Han Solo
  • Star Wars Missions 7: Ithorian Invasion (Mentioned only)
  •  Star Wars Galaxies – An Empire Divided
  • Old Friends: Ephant Mon's Tale (First appearance)
  • Goatgrass: The Tale of Ree-Yees (Mentioned only)
  • A Free Quarren in the Palace: Tessek's Tale (Mentioned only)
  • Of the Day's Annoyances: Bib Fortuna's Tale (Mentioned only)


Notes and references

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 Galaxy Guide 7: Mos Eisley
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Star Wars Missions 5: The Hunt for Han Solo
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Secrets of Tatooine
  4. The Official Star Wars Fact File 11 (GAR4, Garindan)
  5. Star Wars Missions 7: Ithorian Invasion
  6. Star Wars Missions 6: The Search for Grubba the Hutt
  7. Star Wars Missions 8: Togorian Trap
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided
  9. Underworld: A Galaxy of Scum and Villainy
  10. Who's Who in Star Wars Galaxies
  11. Of the Day's Annoyances: Bib Fortuna's Tale
  12. 12.0 12.1 Goatgrass: The Tale of Ree-Yees
  13. A Free Quarren in the Palace: Tessek's Tale
  14. Old Friends: Ephant Mon's Tale
  15. Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
  16. Tatooine Manhunt

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