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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

Highwayman
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EverQuest II Monster Information
Race: Human
Level: 17 Tier 2 Solo
Zone: Antonica
Location: ( -1563, -14, -372 ) /waypoint -1563, -14, -372 EQ2MAP POI

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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Chryslus Motors Highwayman
space: 7
inventory: yes
location: Den

Wrecked Highwayman

The Chryslus Motors Highwayman is the only working vehicle usable by the PC in Fallout 2 and it was possible to also use it as a vehicle in the cancelled Fallout d20.

The Highwayman's got a full analog system, 800 + Horsepower, 0 to 60 in less than a second, a sizeable trunk and spacious interior, able to accomodate the entire party of the Chosen One, from Marcus to Skynet. That particular Highwayman could be found in the Den. Its missing part, the fuel cell controller, could be found in Gecko.

The battery can be charged with either Micro Fusion Cells or Small Energy Cells. A full pack of SEC (40) charges it up 20%, a full pack of MFC (50) charges it up 50%.

Contents

Upgrades

It can be upgraded throughout the game with several items:

Notes

  • Chryslus Motors is most likely a nod to the real world car company Chrysler. "Chrysalis" in Fallout 2 is a misspelling.
  • It is possible that the Highwayman is a reference to the 1958 Plymouth (a Chrysler product), as it bears an uncanny resemblance.
  • It was mentioned in the Fallout Bible that the Highwayman was originally going to have two large fuel tanks in the back, possibly as a refrence to the car from the Mad Max movies.

Trivia

  • There is a weapon in Fallout 3 known as Highwayman's Friend. This weapon is a reference to this vehicle as the weapon is a unique Tire Iron.
  • Contrary to popular belief, parking the Highwayman on New Reno's Virgin Street does not cause the game to glitch and leave the player without the car permanently. This is actually a part of the Recover your stolen car quest, in which the Highwayman is taken to the "Chop Shop" to be sold to Mr. Bishop.

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Vehicles in the Fallout games
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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Highwayman disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about the attackable monster. For the non-player character who is part of a random event, see Rick Turpentine.

The Highwayman is a level 5 NPC that players can attack. These highwaymen will attack players up to level 6 or 7, and may prove a challenge to new players who are just passing by. When they first attack, they shout "Stand and deliver!". They are not members only. Like other attackable NPC's,they are not aggressive at the players who have a combat level of 20 or above. It is possible that some highwaymen were created to stop bots and macroers. Highwaymen are deadly to new players trying to get to Draynor village.

Highwaymen wield steel swords that may have elemental metal as the hilt. They wear black capes and highwayman masks. Even though highwaymen wear highwaymen masks, players cannot obtain them as a drop. They probably have deals with Robin Hood for holding newbies passing by."Postbag From the Hedge 29", letter to Highwaymen.

Locations

Drops

(If it is the highwayman that has not been updated that you have killed, it only drops bones and a black cape)

Trivia

  • "Stand and Deliver!" is a reference to the fact that highwaymen used to shout "stand and deliver".
  • On 8 April 2009, Highwaymen got a graphical update. Their original look was just Shirt, Pants, a black cape and a Highwayman Mask. Some also had hoods.
  • There are two highwaymen that look like the old style with the pants and shirt. They are located at the 4-way crossroad of Draynor and Draynor Manor, and the T-junction going towards the Crafting Guild, Rimmington and Port Sarim. However, Jagex probably did this for variation between the Highwaymen.
  • Malignius Mortifer, the dark mage who wanders around below Falador summoning various fungi and evil beings, sports a cape that is dropped by Highwaymen after they are defeated.Cite error: Invalid <references> tag;

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