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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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The Fortune was a Virayllan-class raider. (CCG reference: Tenth Anniversary Collection, TNG episode: "Gambit")

The canon classification of this ship was BC-01.

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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

Icon Image:fortune.png
Class Enutrof
Level 6
Element N/A
Type Buff
Official description Fortune allows the caster to increase his fortune.

Spell Information

Also cast by

Spell Properties

Linear Line of Sight Free Squares Boost Range Fatal

Spell Characteristics

Caution: Monsters' elemental/neutral damage is modified by their statistics, which are in majority unknown.

Lvl Effect Crit AP Ra Critical Casts per Cd Caster
Hit Fail Tgt Trn
1 +11~20 Chance (5 turns) +31 Chance (5 turns) 4 0-1 1/50 1/100 - - 6* 6
2 +21~30 Chance (5 turns) +51 Chance (5 turns) 4 0-1 1/50 1/100 - - 6* 6
3 +31~40 Chance (5 turns) +71 Chance (5 turns) 4 0-1 1/50 1/100 - - 6* 6
4 +41~50 Chance (5 turns) +91 Chance (5 turns) 4 0-1 1/50 1/100 - - 6* 6
5 +51~60 Chance (5 turns) +111 Chance (5 turns) 3 0-1 1/50 1/100 - - 6* 6
6 +61~70 Chance (5 turns) +120 Chance (5 turns) 2 0-1 1/50 1/100 - - 6* 106

* The cooldown of this spell can be reduced by 2 using Sthood.

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Cid uses the Anti-Law Card to nullify Llednar's Fortune

Fortune is the official name for the law that grants immunity to all weapon and magic damage, along with immunity to all status ailments in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. It does not provide any attack or magic power boosts.

Fortune is only granted to one character in the game: Llednar Twem. It is granted upon him by Queen Remedi after being created. During the few engagements before the final battle, Marche Radiuju and his fellow clan members will be unable to fight Llednar.

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However, during the first engagement at Delia Dunes' Totema Shrine, Llednar is thwarted by Judgemaster Cid who imposes an Advanced Law to prevent Llednar from using his expert skill Omega. However, after only two turns, Llendar becomes overconfident and charges up an Omega attack. Because of this, Judgemaster Cid penalizes Llednar with a Red Card and removes him from battle, effectively ending the current engagement.

During the second encounter at Bervenia Palace, Llednar and Marche face off in Prince Mewt's throne room. Because Marche is still unable to attack Llednar, he must survive long enough for Judgemaster Cid to arrive and scare Llednar off.

Fortune is eventually removed from Llednar via Judgemaster Cid's use of an Antilaw Card. Afterwards, Llednar is vulnerable to damage by Marche and his clanners in the final battle, #024 Royal Valley.

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Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

A Fortune in GTA San Andreas (Rear quarter view).

The Fortune is a 2-door sedan featured in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto IV.



GTA San Andreas

The Fortune bears a striking resemblance to a 1989-1993 Ford Thunderbird, and its name appearing to be a shortening of the "Ford Thunderbird" name (Ford Thunderbird) while emphasizing its personal luxury car class.


A Fortune in GTA IV (Rear quarter view).

The GTA IV rendition of the Fortune is manufactured by Vapid; and while the body shape is still based on the 1989-1993 Thunderbird, the front seems more generic (somewhat like the Uranus from Grand Theft Auto San Andreas), and the taillights have a design that is reminiscent of the Infiniti J30 (1992-1997). this is one of the only cars that didn't receive a major facelift, before being brought into GTA IV


GTA San Andreas

Acceleration and speed are well above average, but not overly impressive with the front-engine, rear-wheel drivetrain, likely powered by a relatively small V6. Handling is satisfactory, although understeer is evident. The brakes are strong, but the E-brake tends to throw the car into an uncontrollable slide around corners, even at lower speeds. The car pretty much drives like the real Thunderbird from the 1990s even though the car has a V6 or a V8 engine. Even the V8 ones are slow because they are underpowered (140 hp for the 3.8L V6, 215 hp for the 4.6L V8 and 230 for the 5.0L V8) and are very heavy (3700-4100 lbs).


The Vapid Fortune 3.0 SR returns with a minor face lift and a stock 3.0 V6, coupled to a 5 speed gearbox in a RWD layout. Much of the old performance is retained, keeping acceleration and top speed marginal but not impressive. Handling also remains good, with understeer still a factor. Braking is very good, though ABS is not available on this vehicle. Accident deformation is below average, meaning the Fortune will not sustain many hits before being un-drivable. The engine however is more sturdy than the car, and will take multiple hits and gunshots before failing/catching fire.

The car may be sold at S&M Auto Sales for a maximum of $1,600 (in perfect condition) after completion of Stevie's Car Thefts in GTA IV.

Modifications (GTA San Andreas)

  • Color
  • Nitro (all)
  • Wheels
  • Car Stereo
  • Hydraulics


  • In its appearances in GTA San Andreas and GTA IV, the Fortune plays the following radio stations by default when entered:
  • In the beta version of GTA San Andreas, the Fortune had a different headlight shape.[1]


GTA San Andreas



  1. Beta Fortune

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Biographical information


Physical description




Chronological and political information

Rebellion era


Alliance to Restore the Republic

Fortune was a Human male from the planet Corellia who served as a commander in the Rebel Alliance during the Galactic Civil War.


After Admiral Ackbar persuaded the Mon Calamari pirate, Tuz, to become a privateer for the Alliance, Fortune, in tandem with Vice Admiral Wirriz, was placed in charge of supervising his actions. He worked with Tuz for a number of months, assisting in the capture of Imperial equipment and delivering the shipments to the Alliance.


  • X-wing: The Official Strategy Guide (First mentioned)

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010
(Redirected to Fortune Salvage article)

From City of Heroes Wiki

Image:Salvage Scrolls.png


A cryptic message that tells you more about yourself than what the future may hold.

Recipes Used In

Costume Recipes

  • Costume Piece: Cherubic Wings for level 1


Common Enhancements

  • Invention: Accuracy for levels 45-50
  • Invention: Defense Buff for levels 45-50
  • Invention: Slow for levels 45-50
  • Invention: Taunt Duration for levels 45-50
  • Invention: To Hit Buff for levels 45-50
  • Invention: To Hit Debuff for levels 45-50

Set Enhancements

  • Adjusted Targeting: Rech/End Reduction for levels 41-53
  • Aegis: Psionic/Status Resistance for levels 41-53
  • Blood Mandate: Accuracy/Damage for levels 41-53
  • Calibrated Accuracy: Accuracy/Damage for levels 41-53
  • Call of the Sandman: Accuracy/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Celerity: Endurance for levels 41-53
  • Crushing Impact: Accuracy/Damage for levels 41-53
  • Crushing Impact: Damage/Endurance/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Dampened Spirits: To Hit Debuff for levels 41-50
  • Detonation: Damage/Endurance for levels 41-53
  • Devastation: Accuracy/Damage for levels 41-53
  • Doctored Wounds: Endurance/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Enfeebled Operation: Accuracy/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Essence of Curare: Accuracy/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Executioner's Contract: Damage/Interrupt for levels 41-53
  • Exploit Weakness: Damage/Endurance for levels 41-53
  • Extreme Measures: Damage/Endurance for levels 41-53
  • Force Feedback: Knockback/Damage for levels 41-50
  • Force Feedback: Knockback/Damage/Endurance for levels 41-50
  • Freebird: Endurance for levels 41-53
  • Ghost Widow's Embrace: Accuracy/Endurance for levels 41-53
  • Glimpse of the Abyss: Accuracy/Endurance for levels 41-53
  • Jaunt: Range for levels 41-53
  • Kinetic Crash: Knockback/Damage for levels 41-50
  • Kinetic Crash: Knockback/Damage/Accuracy for levels 41-50
  • Lethargic Repose: Endurance/Sleep for levels 41-53
  • Luck of the Gambler: Defense/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Mako's Bite: Accuracy/Damage/Endurance/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Malaise's Illusions: Accuracy/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Mocking Beratement: Taunt for levels 41-50
  • Multi-Strike: Accuracy/Damage for levels 41-53
  • Nightmare: Accuracy/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Numina's Convalescence: Healing/Endurance for levels 41-53
  • Pacing of the Turtle: Accuracy/Slow for levels 41-53
  • Perfect Zinger: Recharge/Accuracy for levels 41-50
  • Perfect Zinger: Taunt/Recharge/Range for levels 41-50
  • Performance Shifter: Chance for +Endurance for levels 41-50
  • Performance Shifter: Recharge/Accuracy for levels 41-50
  • Perplex: Accuracy/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Positron's Blast: Accuracy/Damage for levels 41-53
  • Red Fortune: Defense/Endurance for levels 41-53
  • Rope A Dope: Accuracy/Endurance for levels 41-53
  • Scirocco's Dervish: Damage/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Sovereign Right: Damage/Endurance for levels 41-53
  • Springfoot: Jump for levels 41-53
  • Sting of the Manticore: Accuracy/Damage for levels 41-53
  • Stupefy: Accuracy/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Tempered Readiness: Accuracy/Slow for levels 41-53
  • Thunderstrike: Damage/Endurance/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Titanium Coating: Endurance/Resistance for levels 41-53
  • Touch of Lady Grey: Defense Debuff for levels 41-50
  • Trap of the Hunter: Accuracy/Recharge for levels 41-53
  • Undermined Defenses: Recharge for levels 41-50

Dropped By

This salvage is Common. This is a high-level salvage item. It will drop from enemies between levels 35 and 54. You will have a higher chance of getting this item from Arcane enemies between levels 40 and 54.

Enemies and enemy groups that will drop Arcane salvage only: Banished Pantheon, Bat'Zul, Black Swan, Cabal, Cap au Diable Demons, Carnival of Shadows, Cimeroran Traitors, Circle of Thorns, Coralax, Diabolique, Fir Bolg, Ghosts, Hellions, Infernal, Lanaruu, Legacy Chain, Luddites, Midnight Squad, Minions of Igneous, Mother Mayhem, Psychic Clockwork, Red Caps, Rularuu, Shadowhunter, Shadow Shard Reflections, Slag Golems, Snakes, Spectral Pirates, Tsoo, Tuatha de Dannan, Tyrant, Wailers, Warriors, Winter Horde.

Enemies and enemy groups that will drop both Arcane and Technological salvage: 5th Column, Arachnos, Axis America, Chimera, Clockwork, Council, Council Empire, Devouring Earth, Dominatrix, generic/mission heroes, generic/mission villains, Longbow, Rogue Arachnos, Vanguard Shield, Vanguard Sword, Vindicators, Void Hunters, WISDOM, Wyvern.

See Also

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