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Dr Who

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Standard Edition

Paperback Edition
Ghost Ship
Series: Doctor Who -
Telos Novella
Release Number: 4
Doctor: Fourth Doctor
Companions:
Enemy:
Setting: Earth, The Queen Mary, sailing from Southampton to New York City, October, 1963
Author: Keith Topping
Publisher: Telos Publishing
Publication: 22nd August 2002
Format: Hardback Book, ? Pages
ISBN: ISBN 1-903889-08-1 (Standard Edition)
ISBN 1-903889-09-X (Deluxe Edition)
ISBN 1-903889-32-4 (Paperback Edition)
Previous Story: Nightdreamers
Following Story: Foreign Devils

Contents

Publisher's Summary

Perhaps sensing the Doctor's deepening mood of introspective melancholy, the TARDIS lands in the most haunted place on Earth, the luxury ocean liner the Queen Mary on its way from Southampton to New York in the year 1963.

But why do ghosts from the past, the present, and perhaps even the future, seek out the Doctor? What appalling secret is hidden in Cabin 672?

And will the Doctor be able to preserve his sanity as he struggles to save the lives of the passengers against mighty forces which even he does not fully understand?

Characters

References

  • The Doctor uses the TARDIS Fast Return Switch.
  • Auderley House is mentioned.
  • The Doctor is mistaken for Doctor Svengali; Master of Mesmerism, Prestidigitation, Chicanery and Sleight-of-hand.

Notes

  • Much of the story is written in first person narrative from the Doctor's point of view.

Continuity

Timeline

External Links

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Memory-beta

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Series: The Next Generation (Pocket TNG), No. 1
Author(s): Diane Carey
Publication information
Publisher: Pocket Books
Published: Paperback - July 1988
Pages: 254
ISBN: ISBN 0671746081
Chronology
Date: 2364 & 1995
The USS Enterprise encounters a million lost souls - trapped on an endless interstellar voyage!

Ghost Ship is a 1988 Star Trek: The Next Generation novel by Diane Carey. It was the first novel in Pocket Books' TNG numbered novel line, and was the first original prose TNG story.

Contents

Summary

From the book jacket 
In 1995, a Soviet aircraft carrier is destroyed by a mysterious creature that just as mysteriously disappears thereafter. Over three hundred years later, Counselor Deanna Troi awakens in her quarters from a nightmare in which she senses the voices of the crew of that Russian ship, whose life-essences were somehow absorbed by the creature that destroyed them. And the nightmare heralds a danger to the USS Enterprise-D itself, for if Picard can't discover a way to communicate with the creature, it could absorb his crew just as it did the Russians.
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References

Characters

Jean-Luc PicardWilliam RikerDataBeverly CrusherWorfDeanna TroiGeordi La ForgeArgyleNatasha YarWesley CrusherSarah MacDougal • Arkady Reykov • Timofei Vasska • Myakishev • Feklenko • Leon Ruszkowski • David Galanter • Annalise Drumm • Compton • Harper • F. Palmer • Mitchell • unnamed Soviets • Laura

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise-DUSS Yorktown (Excelsior-class) • Sergei G. Gorshkov (Lenin-class aircraft carrier) • USS Theodore Roosevelt (Nimitz-class aircraft carrier) • SS Great Britain (steamship) • Edmund Fitzgerald (tanker) • Queen Elizabeth II (passenger liner) • HMS Dreadnought (battleship) • Aegis-class (cruiser) • research dinghy (Federation shuttlecraft) • VladivostokUSS George Washington (Enterprise-class/Nimitz-class aircraft carrier) • USS ForrestalUSS Dwight D. Eisenhower

Locations

Athens • Betazed • Black Sea • bridge • Canis IV • Epsilon Indii VI • KlinzhaiParisquartersLos Angeles • Nikolayev • shuttlebayStarbase 18

Races and cultures

androidBetazoidHuman (AmericanGreekRussian • Ukrainian) • Klingon

States and organizations

StarfleetSoviet Union • Soviet Navy • United StatesUnited States NavyFederationKlingon Empire

Science and technology

drydockweaponelectromagnetic pulsesensorVISOR • EMP weapon • shuttlecraft

Ranks and titles

captaincommanding officercommanderfirst officersecond officerlieutenant commanderoperations managerchief medical officerlieutenant junior gradecounselorflight controllerengineerlieutenantsecurity chiefacting ensignchief engineerofficerexecutive officer • air wing commander • crewmanadmiraldoctorpetty officer

Other references

1995 (20th century) • 23602364 • restaurant • maître d' • government

Appendices

Background

  • The ship on the cover of this novel appears to be an upside down image of the titular vessel from Battlestar Galactica. The only other ship this could have been meant to represent is the research dinghy that Riker chases Data's shuttlecraft in.
  • Data is erroneously portrayed on three pages as being able to use contractions when speaking, this novel was written before TNG episode: "Datalore" established he definitely could not.
  • This is one of two novels where Riker is referred to as "Bill"; the other is TNG novelization: Encounter at Farpoint.

Quotes

"Life is an offensive, directed against the repetitious mechanism of the universe."

- Alfred North Whitehead

Timeline

The majority of the book takes place in 2364, chapter one is on the 24th of April 1995.

Published Order
Previous novel:
First in the series
TNG numbered novels Next novel:
The Peacekeepers
Previous story:
Final Frontier
Stories by:
Diane Carey
Next story:
Best Destiny
Chronological Order
Previous adventure:
Where No One Has Gone Before
Pocket Books Timeline Next adventure:
The Last Outpost
Previous adventure:
Where No One Has Gone Before
Memory Beta Chronology Next adventure:
The Last Outpost
Previous adventure:
Heart of Glory
DC Comics Timeline Next adventure:
Survivors
The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in 2364.
The Pocket Books Timeline and Memory Beta Chronology place events from this story in 1 other timeframe(s):
Previous adventure:
The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2
Chapter 21
24 April 1995
Chapter 1
Next adventure:
The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2
Chapter 22

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Final Fantasy VII Enemy
Ghost Ship
Statistics
Level HP MP
44 6,600 100
Attack Magic Defense
80 68 70
M. Defense Dexterity Evade
80 80 5
EXP AP Gil
1,600 60 2,000
Elemental Affinities
Fire Ice Lightning Water
- - - Halves
Earth Wind Gravity Poison Holy
Immune - Immune - Weak
Japanese ゴーストシップ
Romaji Gōsuto Shippu
Location Junon Underwater Reactor
Steal Phoenix Down
Item Dropped Phoenix Down
Morph Guide Book
Abilities Fight, St.Elmo's Fire, Goannai
Enemy Skill N/A
Status Immunity Death, Stop, Paralyze, Sleep, Confusion, Frog, Death Sentence, Small, Manipulate
Other Information Abilities whose names are not shown when used are highlighted in italics.
Restorative abilities harm Ghost Ship.
For abilities that inflict damage and Death on Ghost Ship, damage dealt is absorbed.

The Ghost Ship is an enemy encountered while traversing through the Junon Underwater Reactor underneath Junon. The enemy can be changed by the Morph materia to get the Guide Book. Its only attacks are a physical, a Fire attack, and Goannai, which instantly removes a party member from battle. When fought in the Battle Square, this makes the Ghost Ship highly dangerous as Goannai cannot be blocked and can thus instantly end the player's challenge.

The ability St.Elmos Fire is named after the electrical phenomenon that usually appears at sea during a thunderstorm.

Artwork by Tetsuya Nomura.

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ST Expanded

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Ghost Ship Official Poster
Ghost Ship was released 25 December 2007 as the pilot episode of Star Trek: The Continuing Mission. Ghost Ship was part I of the II part opening episodes.

Synopsis

In the 23rd Century: After a brief shore leave on an uninhabited world in the Relgar system Captain Edwards and the crew of the USS Montana are called to investigate an attack in the neighboring system of Epsilon. The Epsilon system is home to Yeager Outpost a top secret facility involved in research involving dilithium "re-crystallization" . Starfleet fears the Klingons are attacking Yeager Outpost to gain a foothold in Federation Territory. The Montana enters the Epsilon system ready to do battle with any Klingon ships in the area and discover that while the weapon signatures on the scorched outpost are Klingon a Romulan warship decloaks and attacks them without warning. In the ensuing battle Edwards discovers the identity of his enemy, Commander Vellar. Vellar threatens Edwards to leave but in the brief firefight the Montana unleashes a flurry of weapons fire forcing the attacker to withdraw. When Vellar withdraws the Montana moves in to beam down medical teams to the base when the Romulan warship starts on a collision course. The Montana fires again, this time disabling the Romulan attacker. Seconds later the Montana starts to be pulled towards a rip in the space time continuum that they can't break free from. The ship and crew find themselves in good mechanical condition and start to head back to Yeager outpost. Before they can get back to the planet they are intercepted by the USS Yorktown under the command of Captain Klein. Klein informs them that they have travelled into the 24th century...

Contents

Production Information

  • Writers: Sebastian Prooth & Andy Tyrer
  • Director: Sebastian Prooth
  • Editor: Andy Tyrer

Cast

  • Tim Renshaw as Paul Edwards (Captain)
  • Patrick McCray as Jack McGuire (Chief Engineer)
  • Brian Bonner as Thomas J. Plummer (First Officer & Tactical Officer)
  • Scott Martineck as Stephen Knight (Communications Officer)
  • Gabriel Diani as Kyle Wilson (Chief Medical Officer)
  • Tomoko Leonard as Numi Natukov (Science Officer)
  • Etta Devine as Susan Palmer (Helm Officer)

Guest Cast

  • Lawrence Montaigne as Commander Vellar
  • Joe Klein as Captain Klein
  • Patrick McCray as Romulan Officer
  • Brian Bedard as Starfleet Officer

Background Information

  • Production of Ghost Ship began 28 August 2007
  • A rough cut version of the first minute of this episode was released on Treks in Sci Fi Podcast on 29 September 2007

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Ghostship article)

From TibiaWiki

Ghostship
Image:Vampire.gif
Near City: Darashia
Location: Whilst travelling from Venore to Darashia using the boat.
Vocation(s): Any vocation.
Level & Skills' Requirements
Level Skills Defense
Profit Hourly
Exp Loot

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See also: Hunting Places.

Contents

The Ghostship is a ship that you can get on whilst travelling from Venore to Darashia using the boat. The chance of getting onto the ship is 10%.

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Spoiler warning: Quest and/or game spoiling details follow.

The location of the Quest on it.

Spoiler ends here.

To get off this ship, go down the ladder, follow the bridge south (kill some ghouls and skeletons), go up the ladder at the north east corner and take the portal to go to darashia. A Ghost protects the portal, you can either kill it or ignore it.

Monsters on the deck of the Ghostship.

Name Image:Trans.gif Exp HP sum/con Loot
Ghoul Image:Ghoul.gif 85 100 450/450 0-30 gp, 0-6 Worms, Rotten Piece of Cloth, Torch,Viking Helmet, Knife, 0-2 Skulls (semi-rare), Scale Armor (semi-rare), Brown Piece of Cloth (semi-rare), Life Ring (very rare).
Skeleton Image:Skeleton.gif 35 50 300/300 0-10 gp, Bag, 0-2 Torches, Bone, Brass Shield, Hatchet, Mace, Viking Helmet (Semi-rare), Sword (Semi-rare).

Monsters one level up on the Ghostship (at the portal).

Name Image:Trans.gif Exp HP sum/con Loot
Ghost Image:Ghost.gif 120 150 --/-- Sandals, Shadow Herb, Cape, Morning Star, Combat Knife, Orange Book (semi-rare), Ghostly Tissue (semi-rare), White Piece of Cloth (rare), Ancient Shield (rare), Stealth Ring (very rare).

Monsters one level down on the Ghostship.

Name Image:Trans.gif Exp HP sum/con Loot
Vampire Image:Vampire.gif 305 475 --/-- 0-20 gp, Bag, Leather Legs, Bowl, Skull, Grave Flower, Katana, Bronze Amulet, Strong Health Potion (semi rare), Black Pearl (semi rare), Vampire Teeth (semi-rare), Strange Helmet (rare), Spike Sword (rare), Ice Rapier (rare), Emerald Bangle (rare), Vampire Shield (very rare).
Demon Skeleton Image:Demon Skeleton.gif 240 400 620/620 0-50 gp, Torch, 0-3 Throwing Star, Battle Hammer, Battle Shield, Iron Helmet, Demonic Skeletal Hand, Mysterious Fetish (rare), Mana Potion (rare), Mind Stone (rare), Guardian Shield (very rare).
Ghost Image:Ghost.gif 120 150 --/-- Sandals, Shadow Herb, Cape, Morning Star, Combat Knife, Orange Book (semi-rare), Ghostly Tissue (semi-rare), White Piece of Cloth (rare), Ancient Shield (rare), Stealth Ring (very rare).
Captain Jones Image:Captain Jones.gif 825 800? --/-- 0-150 gp, Crown Legs, Focus Cape, Stealth Ring, Spike Sword

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From City of Heroes Wiki

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Overview

The Ghost Ship Moraine regularly crosses the harbor zones of Paragon City, eternally searching for a way home.

Description

At irregular intervals, the Ghost Ship will spawn in Independence Port or Talos Island and make its way across the zone. As it crosses or passes near land, Spectral Passengers will be spawned in groups on the surrounding land. These ghosts are lvl 25 opponents that will aggro on any hero that approaches them, reguardless of level difference.

Ghost Ships will spawn anywhere in the range of 1 minute to 36 hours in a zone after another Ghost Ship has exited the same zone. Ghost Ships can exist in Independence Port and Talos Island simultaneously.

Spectral Chill

Since the Ghost Ship is technically an untargetable NPC, it has the capacity for powers. When inside the Ghost Ship, you will be affected by Spectral Chill.


Spectral Chill -Accuracy -Damage
The Ghost Ship has passed through you. You felt its Spectral Chill in your bones. Your accuracy and damage have been greatly reduced.

See Also

Notes

Defeating 50 Spectral Passengers from the Ghost Ship will earn heroes the Ectoplasmic Badge

Image:badge_ghost_ship.png Ectoplasmic

You have held back the forces of the afterlife in their eternal struggle to break through to the mortal world.

External Links

Ghost Ship sightings reported at the Paragon Times


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