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DC Comics

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Haven

Haven
Gallery
Official Name
Haven Security Village
State

City

First appearance

Unknown

Contents

History

Haven Security Village is a prison specifically built for mad scientists and supervillains.

Residents

See Also

Links and References


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EQ2

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EQ2Map Zone
EQ2LL
Allakhazam's
EverQuest II Zone Information
Introduced LU24
Level Range 10-80
Adjacent Zones The Thundering Steppes, Nektulos Forest
Instance Public
Timelines none
Quests NPCs Monsters Named Monsters
Drops Instances POIs Discos

What does this information mean?

Contents

Entering Haven

Layout and Facilities

Main Cave Area

This is the U-shaped cave area where you end up when you enter Haven for the first time. The area includes:

Tunnel to Smuggled Goods

From ( -71, -68, -93 ) /waypoint -71, -68, -93, next to a sign saying "Smuggled Goods - This is way to the marketplace", a tunnel leads to the north. The area includes:

Tunnel to Thundering Steppes

  • From ( -47, -69, -100 ) /waypoint -47, -69, -100, next to a sign saying "Tunnel to Thundering Steppes", a tunnel leads to the west to the exit to Thundering Steppes at ( -3, -76, -106 ) /waypoint -3, -76, -106 EQ2MAP POI. The exit will take you to the western area of Thundering Steppes, near to the beach, at ( 1162, 0, 707 ) /waypoint 1162, 0, 707 EQ2MAP POI.

Tunnel to Ekroosik's Replicators

What Haven doesn't have

  • Haven has no apartments. This is considered the major downside to living in Exile. This also means you only have 1 slot to sell on the market.
  • Haven doesn't have anyone to sell status items to.
  • Haven doesn't have city merchants or horse merchants.
  • You cannot perform regular city task quests in Haven. Tradeskill Writs are available.
  • No direct transportation to the Sinking Sands is available.
  • A shared bank. If you need to transfer items to or from other characters, use the mail or your guild bank. When you betray your city, make sure you swap out anything you'd like to take with you from your shared bank into your main bank.

Broker

  • It appears that players can still sell while in Haven; however, all the other cities must pay a 50% broker fee for purchases from there. The broker in Haven is Logan, the Black Market NPC in the main cave.

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Fallout

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Haven


World map: The Pitt
inside: Uptown (The Pitt)
map marker: Haven
quests: Free Labor
Toys for Tots

Haven is a large building in The Pitt Uptown inhabited by Ashur, Sandra Kundanika, Marie and Pitt Raiders. It consists of 2 sections.

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Background

When Ashur first came to the Pitt he established Haven as his main headquarters. The building itself is the Fallout Universe's version of the Cathedral of Learning, an actual building within Pittsburgh. As the tallest educational building in the Western Hemisphere, it is a fitting headquarters for Ashur.

Layout

Haven Entrance

Haven Entrance is the ground floor of the building, guarded by 3 Pitt Raiders. The section has three levels with the higher ones being reachable via staircases to the east and the west of the building. A lift opposite the main entrance connects to Haven itself. The higher levels mostly contain beds for the guards and partial galleries overlooking the main hall on the ground floor.

Haven

This section of the building is home to Ashur and his family. A corridor with a small room to the left leads to the central room which Ashur uses for meetings and audiences, secured by two ceiling-mounted Automated Turrets. From there, corridors lead to Ashur's living quarters on one side and Sandra's laboratory on the other. Ashur's room contains a safe with several holotapes addressed to his daughter Marie and a terminal through which the turrets in the main room can be controlled. Sandra's laboratory contains various scientific equipment, Marie's creche and a terminal which holds information about her research.

Inhabitants

Notable loot

  • Ashur's Diary - set of four holotapes found in the safe in Ashur's room on the top level.

Related quests

Appearances

Haven only appears in the Fallout 3 add-on The Pitt.

Behind the scenes

  • In real life, the building is called the Cathedral of Learning.
  • A skinned corpse can be seen hunched up inside the giant sculpture outside the buildings main entrance.
The Pitt (add-on)

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Radha Dastoor (Earth-616) article)

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Real Name
Radha Dastoor
Current Alias

Identity

Alignment

Relatives
Unnamed parents, Monsoon (brother), Adversary ("child")

Universe

Base Of Operations
Mobile

Characteristics
Gender

Height
6' 0"

Eyes

Hair

Status
Citizenship

Marital Status

Occupation
Self-proclaimed savior

First appearance
Last appearance

X-Factor #96
(November, 1993)

Contents

History

Born into a wealthy family in the midst of poverty-stricken Bombay, India, Haven spent her life surrounded by the dichotomy of her own family's wealth and the utter poverty of the people living in the streets around her.

While her father was a Hindu and her mother was a Zoroastrian, they taught her all of the major religions, and encouraged her to embrace the prophets of these religions. When she became old enough to see the disparity around her, she began praying, seeking a way to rectify the glaring differences she saw. She eventually came to the conclusion that there were no differences, and that she would spend her life helping those in need. She earned the name Haven while helping the poor children in Calcutta.

Eventually she met a man she felt she loved, and despite her upbringing, she gave into her passion. Though she genuinely loved the man, he grew weary of her and would later abandon her. Soon after this, she found she was pregnant. As the baby grew within her she began receiving messages of a rebirth the world would undergo called the Mahapralaya. An event that would see three-fourths of the world's population perish, but would ultimately result in a new breed of humanity rising up and taking control. As she was receiving these messages, she also began exhibiting the powers she would later utilize in her quest.

Dastoor later discovered that her child was actually the Adversary. She was killed after its birth.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

The powers she appeared to possess were actually those of the fetus that resided inside of her that eventually killed her upon being born. The fetus itself was revealed to be a reborn Adversary.

Links

Discover and Discuss


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the moon. You may be looking for the cantina sharing the same name.
Haven
Astrographical
Region

Mid Rim

Physical
Native species

Humans

Societal
Primary language(s)

Galactic Basic Standard

Haven was a Mid Rim moon. It was a spaceport between Quadrant Seven and Rondai-2.

This article is a stub about a moon. You can help Wookieepedia by expanding it.

Appearances

Sources

  • Galaxy Guide 6: Tramp Freighters

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

They're actually both looking for characterization.
Let's see what you can see...

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Can the Autobots finish stealthing their base before the Decepticons discover it?

Contents

Detailed synopsis

The Autobots need to establish a base on Earth. Lori offers up a chunk of canyon that her father was going to use for a housing development, but is currently going unused. Optimus approves the site, and the Autobots begin going over the blueprints. The kids all offer constructive criticism, resulting in a design that is more workflow-efficient (Lori), mechanically sound (Coby), and way cooler (Bud). Optimus declares that they have to be done by sundown.

The Autobots begin construction, using their special attacks to excavate and clear rubble. Nearby, Vector Prime initiates a search for the Omega Lock. The kids ask him to turn off "that racket", which A) is the transsonic signal given off by the Lock, that B) only humans can hear.

In space, Starscream urges Megatron to forget the Autobots and initiate the search for the Cyber Planet Keys. Megatron, however, is concerned that the Autobots are up to something, and is determined to find out what.

Back on Earth, the Autobots have begun applying stealth-beam coating to the walls of their base. Once this is complete, their base will be undetectable from outside.

Things are on schedule, when Coby and Scattorshot fire up the main computer and sensor grid, and immediately detect two blips approaching the general area of the base. They turn out to be Megatron and Starscream, to everyone's consternation. The stealth coating isn't complete, and their secret base may be discovered before it's even finished. If that happens, the Autobots will have to abandon the base, and Earth.

Optimus declares that he, Hot Shot, Jetfire, and Vector Prime will slow down the Decepticons, while the rest rush to finish applying the stealth coating. Fortunately, all the launch bays are complete, so the intercept team gets to take off and roll out in some very dramatic soon-to-be-stock-footage sequences.

The flying Autobots engage the Decepticons in the upper atmosphere. Vector Prime demands that Megatron return his map, and backs his demand up with some (largely ineffective) punches. Megatron swats him away.

The fight continues as the kids and Autobots back at the base hurry to complete the stealth coating. Optimus tries to talk Megatron into going away, which only arouses his suspicions. However, it is Starscream who analyzes their defensive pattern, and determines that the Autobots are deliberately blocking them from something. The nefarious duo break through the Autobots' line.

At the base, Overhaul races over to D Block to finish the stealth coating alone. Megatron gets closer and closer, but suddenly Vector Prime teleports in front of him, summons his Cyber Key, and raises a force shield, stopping Megatron cold. Optimus uses this opportunity to switch to Super Mode, and blasts Megatron. The Decepticon leader is wounded, and he and Starscream retreat through a warp gate. Seconds later, Overhaul announces that the stealth coating is complete.

As the sun sets, the Autobots thank Vector Prime for stopping Megatron, and ask him what the heck a Cyber Key is. He explains that a Key is a small part of the power of Primus, and grants them all Keys of their own.

Stats

Written by:  ???
Original airdate: September 2005???

Featured Characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

Autobots Decepticons Humans

Quotes

The kids and the Autobots are examining the proposed blueprints.
Scattorshot: Looks like we got everything.
Lori: What? Are you serious? I just think you could use a more efficient design, that's all.
Scattorshot: So, what's wrong?
Lori: Are you kidding? There's no workflow, no ventilation, and if you haven't noticed, there aren't even any bathrooms! You gotta work smarter, not harder, that's my dad's first rule of business. Catch my drift? You should organize everything around a central hub, with easy access to all the other work areas.
Jolt: Wait, you mean, something like this?
Jolt displays a revised plan.
Bud: Cool! Just like The League of Galactic Guardians!
Lori: Well, it's a good start.
Landmine, to Overhaul: I don't really see the difference, do you?
Overhaul: I guess it's some weirdo "Earth" thing.
Lori: That's just rude!
All: (Mollifying noises.)


Bud: Whoa! Would you check out all that sweet gear?!
Hot Shot: Yeah, it's probably way beyond human technology, so whatever you do, don't touch the equipment, you got it?
The kids are all touching the equipment.
Hot Shot: Hey! C'mon you guys, stop that!
Coby: Hey, ahh, Hot Shot? How come you use a crystal oscillator?
Hot Shot: That's, uh, kinda technical . . .
Coby: 'Cause, I just thought that, a phase-locked loop would be, ah, much more stable.
Hot Shot: Hmm. (Pause.) Hey, uh, how would you like to help me set up the transmitter?
Coby: You got it!


Bud: You can't just fly out of here. You gotta go tik-tik, then pshooow!
Jolt: Ooo! Tik-tik, then pshoow!
Jetfire: Do what now?
Bud: You need to shoot out of here at top speed, just like a catapult!
Jetfire: A catapult?
Jolt: Humans use them to launch planes off ships.
Bud: All you have to do is step on the platform, and then blam! You're in the stratosphere!
Jetfire: Look kid, I don't know what the heck . . .
Scattorshot: No, Jetfire, I think the kid's got the right idea.
Jetfire: What idea?!
Scattorshot: The catapult thing! You could reach maximum velocity, before you leave the base! Without using extra energon.
Jetfire: Really? Well, why didn't you say that in the first place?
Bud and Jolt: We did!


Bud: Hey, good job, you guys! This totally looks like a real secret headquarters!
Hot Shot: Gee, maybe 'cause it is one!


Scattorshot: Fire it up!
Coby: You got it!
Coby flips the huge switch. The whole command system powers up.
Coby: All right!
Bud: Hot Shot was right! This is the real thing!
Lori: And so stylish!
Alarms begin to sound.
Scattorshot: Okay, nobody panic, it's probably just a glitch.
All: Huh?!
Scattorshot: Just let me tie this down here . . . gimme a second . . . adjusting frequency . . .
Two blips are approaching Earth.
Coby: What is that?
Scattorshot: Hang on! Let me see if I can boost the resolution. They're still pretty far away.
The screen reveals the blips are Megatron and Starscream.
Scattorshot: Oh no.
Hot Shot: Hmm?!
Scattorshot: Now you can panic!


"Okay, stealth-beam coating is completed on A Block, B Block, and C Block. And now it's all up to Overhaul... We are so doomed!"

Scattorshot's faith in his teammate warms the heart, doesn't it?


Lori: We made it!
Scattorshot, big ol' fibber: Yeah, I knew we would.

Notes

Pain count

  • "Cyber key power!": One, but it's early days yet. We also get one "super mode", and a half-dozen special dirtmoving attacks.

Animation and/or technical glitches

  • None known.

Continuity errors

  • On the display graphics on Scattorshot's screens, the progress of the blips representing the Decepticons resets itself backward at least once.
  • Why is Overhaul the only one who can work in D Block?
  • Scattorshot announces that they have 50 seconds left at 16:40 or so. Megatron isn't stopped until about 18:18, over 90 seconds later.

Trivia

  • The Autobots can build a gigantic secret base in one day?
  • Three normal Earth kids can apparently offer sensible advice on how to construct a high-tech secret headquarters. Just roll with it.
  • In the shot of Optimus's back at 6:06 in the episode, you can see two toy details that probably wouldn't be present on a "real" giant robot, namely the lever used for sliding his head up out of his torso, and the smaller lever on the back of his head that moves his faceplate up and down.
  • The plans Lori is working from are clearly for a normal Earth kitchen.
  • They give the minimum safe distance as 240 kilometers, then as 150 miles. Pleasantly, this conversion is correct. (Jetfire also gives it as "a lightyear", but he's being hyperbolic.)
  • Overhaul sprays the stealth beam coating out of, more or less, his belt buckle. Possibly a different location would have been more decorous.
  • In this episode, no one but Vector Prime knows what a Cyber Key is. Within a few episodes, everyone's got one, even people who have never met Vector Prime.
  • Interestingly, the instructions for Optimus's Leader-class toy depict Super Mode differently from how it appears in this cartoon. In the instructions, his cannons go over his shoulders. In this episode, his wing and cannon assemblies are flipped vertically, so that the cannons are slung under his arms. The toy is capable of both positions, though the "cannons down" orientation is slightly more awkward.

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