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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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EverQuest 2 Quest Information
Journal Category Kelethin  (AA)
Journal Level 11 (Tier 2)
Journal Difficulty Solo
Starting Zone Greater Faydark more
How to Start Speak with Whittier in Kelethin around ( 449.16, 88.94, 221.43 ) /waypoint 449.16, 88.94, 221.43
part of: Kelethin Timeline
Preceded by:
Wasps Up?
Followed by:
The Greater Faydark

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After talking to Whittier you receive a book, Identifying Beetles, to place in your home


  1. Examine the log located in the Treant Grove ( 447.17, 2.86, -28.94 ) /waypoint 447.17, 2.86, -28.94 or near Sapling Spur Outpost at ( -161, 7, 23 ) /waypoint -161, 7, 23
  2. Examine the giant root located in the Treant Grove ( 398, 13, -146 ) /waypoint 398, 13, -146
  3. Examine the giant mushroom located in the Treant Grove ( 431, 2, -63 ) /waypoint 431, 2, -63
  4. Return to Whittier


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Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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Extermination is a special medal awarded in Halo 3 Multiplayer for getting at least an Overkill on the opposing team that results in the entire team being dead at once. It is represented by a gray cross with a red skull.


This medal is extremely difficult to earn, as you rarely find all of the same team together, and it is hard to stay alive killing at least four enemies within four seconds of each other.

It is helpful to note that just getting an overkill on a four-on-four match in Matchmaking will not necessarily achieve the medal. This instance doesn't occur often. In order to unlock the medal, you have to kill the entire team so fast that every member of the team is simultaneously dead for at least a moment. If any respawn before you get the overkill, you will not get the medal.

Perhaps the hardest conventional team slayer playlist to get this medal on would be Slayer, as it has a battle consisting of a four-on-four match. In such a match, the easiest way to achieve an Extermination medal would be a well-placed rocket or grenade when all four players are close together. Excluding this, achieving this medal on Social/Mythic Big Team Battle would be extremely noteworthy, because that would mean getting a Killtastrophe on the enemy team before any of them respawn.

A fact about the Extermination medal is that you don't have to kill the whole team, as long as they're all dead. ex: You get an Overkill in a 5v5 match, and the other player is on the respawn; as long as all players are on the respawn, and you receive an Overkill and the Extermination, whether you were the one who killed the whole team or not, which can be useful in Big Team battles. Inversely, you can also get the medal in a 2v2 match by killing both enemies twice, and spacing out the first 3 kills.

This is commonly received on Team SWAT, as you only have to get headshots, where it is very easy to obtain on Snowbound due to the fact that all the opposing team members will be close to one another. You can also do it on Orbital by camping at the top of a escalator and waiting for a team of four to run up the stairs, you should have the upper hand because you have an ambush set, if you do it right and with a little luck you will get 4 headshots along with the medal. It is also more easily obtainable in Grifball, another easier way is to get an overkill in a 4v4 objective game, as the respawn time is longer.

It can also be obtained by killing the person who is in a team consisting only of himself, four times within four seconds of each kill.

Halo 3 Multiplayer Medals
Special PerfectionExtermination
Sprees Killing SpreeKilling FrenzyRunning RiotRampageUntouchableInvincible
Weapon Sprees Shotgun SpreeSword SpreeSniper SpreeSplatter SpreeOpen SeasonSlice 'N DiceSharpshooterVehicular Manslaughter
Consecutive Kills Double KillTriple KillOverkillKilltacularKilltrocityKillimanjaroKilltastropheKillpocalypseKillionaire
Special Kills/Vehicular Medals Beat DownAssassinSniper KillGrenade StickLaser KillOddball KillFlag KillIncinerationKilljoyDeath from the GraveSplatterHighjackerBulltrueWheelmanSkyjacker
Objectives Last Man StandingKilled Flag CarrierFlag ScoreKilled JuggernautKilled VIPKilled Bomb CarrierBomb Planted
Objective Sprees Hail to the KingInfection SpreeZombie Killing SpreeJuggernaut SpreeMmmm BrainsHell's JanitorUnstoppable Only SteaktacularLinktacular

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

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Giant robot insects! Translucent dialog bubbles! Hot Robot/human passion! Human zombie SLAVES!!!

Transformers: Generation One vol. 3 > Issue #8
Previous Issue Next Issue

Writer: James "Brad Mick" McDonough, Adam Patyk
Pencils: Don Figueroa
Inks: Elaine To
Colors: Espen Grundetjern
Letters: Ben Lee



Surrounded by squishy clones of the Insecticons, Jazz and the humans from the EDC struggle to avoid being overwhelmed. Jazz orders a formation for the soldiers to work their way out, but the shape is compromised when Dorry and Cruz are abducted. With no options left, Jazz picks up Marissa and the two ram their way out of trouble in Jazz's car mode.

Beneath the theater, Sideswipe and a verbally minimalist Sunstreaker stumble through caverns to find a large spooky cache of strange glowing green eggs.

Deeper, it's revealed that the events of the town are the manipulations of Bombshell, under the command of the all-plotting Shockwave, who has survived his fall into a pit on Cybertron. While toying with the deactivated body of Bumper, Bombshell hangs up on Shockwave's nagging and greets the freshly hatched Kickback and Shrapnel.

In Cleveland, Spike is disappointed to see his best friend, Bumblebee, down his driveway. Bumblebee, with nowhere else to go, admits to Spike that he's decided to quit the Autobots.

Sunstreaker and Sideswipe investigate the green eggs they've found. The Insecticons get the drop on the two, who are exposed to bright lights—which mixes with their night-vision and forces the two to be stuck fighting blind. Sunstreaker doesn't have as much difficulty with the light, but Shrapnel deactivates the two with a heavy burst of electricity.

Does this make her a Palm Pilot?

Jazz and Marissa continue to speed away from the horde that attacked them, and they take cover inside of a parking garage. Inside, the two find several mutilated copy bodies, and realizing how bizarre the situation is, they come clean to each other. Jazz reveals that the Dinobots arrived on Earth millions of years prior to the awakening of the Autobots and Decepticons on the Ark to fight the Insecticons—assumed to have been left for dead. Before more details can be exchanged, the couple is forced to continue their retreat. Finding a cache of glowing green eggs, Jazz chooses to ask questions later and uses his flamethrower to burn all the eggs he can.

Held in bondage, a captive Sunstreaker and Sideswipe overhear Kickback reminding Shrapnel that it was Shrapnel, not Bombshell, who used to lead the Insecticons. The Insecticons leave to locate Jazz, who escaped from captivity. Ironically, as soon as the Decepticons leave, Bumper arrives to free his comrades.

Jazz comes under fire from the Insecticons and insists that Marissa escape. Sideswipe and Sunstreaker arrive to assist Jazz, and all the combat ruins the Insecticons' long-laid machinations. Shrapnel, in rage, blasts a hole from the cavern direct to the surface.

In another part of town, Bumper finds the two missing soldiers who were last seen inside of the theater before the ambush last issue. The soldiers direct Bumper to where they saw Bombshell headed, and after the soldiers mention that Bombshell might have acquired a taste for humans—Bumper looks at the humans with hungry eyes.

The rest of the Autobots continue their firefight against the Insecticon forces. Sunstreaker takes out Kickback with a well-placed pair of rockets. Sideswipe takes out Shrapnel with a well placed falling building. With only an army of drones left, the Autobots get ready to make a final stand, but the army of drones is replaced—by an army of Human Zombie Slaves!

From above, Bombshell commands the movements of his obedient fleshy underlings. Yet it's Bumper who saves the day by sneaking up on Bombshell and placing a Cerebro-shell on the back of Bombshell's neck, causing a strange feedback loop that locks Bombshell into stasis. With all three Insecticons disabled, and nobody left controlling the drones or humans zombie slaves, the day is saved.


"Why Jazz... if we weren't living a horror movie, I'd blush!"


Items of note

  • What's up with a couple of Marissa's captions being translucent? I don't know!
  • The narrative captions call it a theater, but the sign on the outside of the building in the previous issue calls it a theater.
  • The Dinobots battling Shockwave (or in this case, his underlings) on Earth millions of years prior to the rest of the Autobots awakening on the the Ark is a somewhat similar explanation to the Dinobots' origin in the original Marvel Comics and the later-written Spotlight: Shockwave. However, this still doesn't explain how Megatron captured all the Dinobots except Grimlock.
  • The army of Human Zombie Slaves apparently includes Michael Jordan, Waldo, and perhaps a suspiciously toned Asian.
  • Dorry and Cruz are totally dead.
  • On the "Prime Transmissions" page, reader mail is answered by Copy Editor Matt Hansen. There's also a fan art of Blaster submitted by Jarri & Zaki Hasnian.
  • The "Wavelengths" column has an article from the desk of E-Rock.


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