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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

There have been many people associated with Doctor Who named Green.

Characters Named Green

Cast and Crew Named Green

Transferring the TARDIS base code numerals, Master.
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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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For other uses, see Green (disambiguation).
Full Name: Green
Species: Human
Gender: male
Affiliation: Federation
Starfleet
Career
Final Assignment: USS Enterprise
Rank: ensign
Insignia: assignment patch.
sleeve insignia.

Ensign Green was a Starfleet officer who served aboard the USS Enterprise in the 2260s.

In 2265, Green was performing helmsman duties on the bridge while the senior staff were attending Lieutenant Lee Kelso's memorial service in the ship's chapel. (TOS - My Brother's Keeper novel: Constitution)

In 2266, Green accompanied Captain James T. Kirk to the surface of planet M-113 in an attempt to search for Nancy Crater, and during a search of the ruins he was killed by the M-113 creature.

The creature then took the form of Green and beamed back up to the Enterprise with the landing party. Once aboard, the creature kept the appearance of Green in order to search for more salt, and almost caught Yeoman Janice Rand. After a while, the creature abandoned the image of Green and instead assumed a form he could read from his prey's minds.

When Green's body was eventually discovered on the surface by Dr. Leonard McCoy and Captain Kirk, they realized that they were dealing with a threat that could take any form and eventually the creature was killed. (TOS episode: "The Man Trap")

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From DC Database

The Green is a mystical realm inhabited by the minds of all members of the Parliament of Trees. It also connects all forms of botanical life on earth. Various plant elementals have been known to communicate with the Green as well, and appear to have an in-tune rapport with it. These select few include the following:

Another, the Floronic Man, went insane after attempting to connect with the Green through Swamp Thing.


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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

This article is about the Green Anything Muppet pattern. For Kermit the Frog's song, see "Bein' Green".

The Green Anything Muppet is a green rod puppet with a conical-shaped head used on Sesame Street. Pantone 375 is used to define the color, officially referred to in the 1979 company style guide as a "yellow green." The most frequent designation for the collective pattern in the guides, however, is simply Green.

Sometime in the 1990s, the shade of green on the puppet style has changed from an almost yellow-green to a darker shade of green. However, the yellow-green version of the puppet is sometimes still used today. In 2009, a slightly larger, live-hand version has been used occasionally.

Popular Muppets made from the Green pattern include Sherlock Hemlock, Lefty the Salesman, Little Jerry, Clementine and Farley.

See also

  • The song "Bein' Green" is sometimes credited simply as "Green."

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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Colonel Green
Biography
race: Ghoul
affiliation: Reservation
role: Military leader
location: Reservation
Gameplay
appearances: Van Buren
quests:
Statistics
SPECIAL: ST 5, PE 7, EN 7, CH 3, IN 6, AG 8, LK 6
tag skills: Firearms, Unarmed, Medic
traits: Finesse, Red Scare
perks: Sharpshooter, More Criticals, Better Criticals, Living Anatomy, Gain Agility
level: 15
Technical
The following is based on Van Buren and has not been confirmed by canon sources.

Colonel Green is a ghoul, and was a career soldier and the head of security and operations at the Reservation during his smooth skin days. He was a hard man who expected things to be done right the first time and would not tolerate whiners. Not much has changed in two-hundred years.

Colonel Green was not one of the original twelve volunteers to traverse the wasteland in search of survivors. He thought it was a futile cause and wanted to stay back and build up a community at the Reservation, of which he would be the leader. His dream to rule over a tiny empire was shattered when Willem Clark returned from his year long journey with nearly three dozen ghouls. It was like the Messiah returning from a holy pilgrimage. Colonel Green knew he could not compete with Willem after that. Instead, Colonel Green offered his military leadership skills to Willem and formed an elite group of ghoul guards. Under his strict command, he and his ghoul guards became every bit an efficient a warrior as any Enclave or BOS soldier. With the added bonus of high powered rifles, caravans and raiders who know about the Reservation know not to mess with Colonel Green and his crew.

The one snag about Colonel Green is that he is extremely envious and jealous of Dr. Willem Clark’s commanding power over his fellow ghouls. In addition, Colonel Green does not agree that taking the fight outward to potential enemies is a very good idea (the whole dirty bomb scenario). Green would prefer to build up the ghouls’ arsenal and take a defensive posture – bring the fight to us, if you dare - type of thinking. If he could figure out a way to undermine Willem and seize control, he would be a very happy ghoul.

Sources

Appearances in games

Green did not appear nor was mentioned in any of the published games, but was to appear in the cancelled Fallout 3 project by Black Isle codenamed Van Buren. It is not certain if he will appear in any future Fallout game.


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From GuildWiki

Unique items ("green items") are items with set weapon modifiers and upgrades that are randomly dropped by certain (usually boss) monsters. Since many unique items have their own special appearances as well as having max modifiers and upgrades, these items can be very useful. Unique items were introduced in the 7th of September 2005 Sorrow's Furnace game update.

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Unique item conventions

Unique items;

All non-Shing Jea/non-Istan unique items...

  • have attribute requirements of 9, besides Shiro's uniques, which have requirements of 13 and Ogre-Slaying Knife which has no requirement.
  • have maximum value modifiers, upgrades, and damage ranges or armor values.

Shing Jea or Istan uniques...

  • have attribute requirements of 0 to 7
  • have non-maximum damage ranges or armor values, and may or may not have maximum modifiers.

Acquisition

Some monsters have a chance of dropping unique items when killed. Most of these monsters are bosses. Some bosses can drop multiple different unique items. Bosses often drop more than one item upon death, so it is possible to receive more than one unique item at once. Of course, you can always trade with other players to get a unique item.

In the Prophecies Campaign, unique items can be found in the following areas:

After completing the Prophecies Campaign, unique items may be traded from certain collectors (in the Droknar's Forge (explorable)) using a Deldrimor Talisman.

In the Factions Campaign, many unique items may be found throughout the continent of Cantha. Additionally, unique items in Factions may be traded from certain collectors (in the Divine Path) using an Amulet of the Mists.

The same is true in the Nightfall Campaign, as many unique items can be found across Elona. Also, like Factions, unique, end-game items may be traded from certain collectors (in the Throne of Secrets) after the final mission using a Book of Secrets.

Also in the Eye of the North expansion, unique items can be found across Tyria and dungeons. End-game items may be traded from certain collectors (in the Epilogue) after the final mission using a Droknar's Key.

Notes

  • All non-Shing Jea or Istan unique items before identification have a merchant value of 35 gold.

See also

Facts about Unique itemRDF feed

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

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Lieutenant Green was a Junior Officer in the UNSC Navy [1]. He was a member of the bridge crew on the UNSC Spirit of Fire in 2531.

Sources

  1. Halo Wars: Official Strategy Guide, page 20

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Recipes

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A wine made from unripe grapes that is tart and lacking fruit flavor.


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Green may refer to many things, a few of them being:

Monsters:

A member of the Keldagrim Consortium:

Clothing:

Items:

Armour:

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the Black Sun Vigo. You may be looking for other uses of the word green.
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Green
Biographical information
Died

3 ABY

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Hair color

Black

Chronological and political information
Era(s)
Affiliation

Black Sun

Green was a Human Black Sun Vigo under Prince Xizor.

Contents

Biography

Green's death.

The Falleen prince selected Green as a vigo primarily because of the Human's network of spies. Green's ambitions to replace the Underlord were well known to Xizor, but he was not considered a credible threat. Many of Green's operatives were double agents with affiliations to Durga. Few of Green's rackets were sufficiently profitable in Xizor's eyes. Eventually, Xizor discovered that he was spying on Black Sun for an unknown outside organization. As a result, Xizor had Guri kill Green in front of his other Vigos as a message.

Characteristics

Green was middle-aged, and his hair was receding. Green's lavish dress reflected his belief that such costumes gained him the respect of his underlings.

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Sources


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