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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Hopper
Also known as:
Race: Human
Home Planet: Earth?
Home Era:
Appearances: DW: The Tomb of the Cybermen
Actor: George Roubicek

Captain Hopper was the commander of the ship which transported Professor Parry's expedition to Telos. He helped the Doctor defeat the Cybermen. He was one of the few survivors of the expedition. (DW: The Tomb of the Cybermen)


This article uses material from the "Hopper" article on the Dr Who wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Hopper, a cute little bunny rabbit who dreams of visiting his relatives overseas, was a guest on "Swift Wits" and subsequently eaten by Big Mean Carl in the UK Spot in episode 206 of Muppets Tonight.

The puppet's design is similar to George and Melissa Rabbit from Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas.


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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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Matchmaking is a system that allows players on Xbox Live to be matched with other, so as to put random players together for online game play.

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Halo

Halo: Combat Evolved did not have an Xbox Live feature. However, Halo PC allows players to play online. Since there's no matchmaking feature, players can simply select a game from a given list to join it.

Halo 2

Halo 2 doesn't have custom games searching, instead it has a system of matchmaking integrated into its Xbox Live feature. There are two options, Optimatch and Quickmatch. Optimatch allows players to select a type of game from a playlist, while Quickmatch simply places you into the last used playtype. For current playlists visit Bungie.net.

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Playlist

In Optimatch, there is a list of different types of matches you can enter.

Ranked:

Unranked:

Removed:

Each type has different game types, maps, weapon sets, and other specifics about it, allowing players to select a specific one.

Rank

Main article: Rank

For the "ranked" game types (see above), a player has a stat between 1-50. When entering any of the above ranked game types, they are matched with players around their own rank. If the player wins, the Matchmaking software calculates how many experience points he or she wins. Likewise, if a player loses, the Matchmaking software deducts a certain amount of experience points from the player. The person's rank corresponds to the amount of experience points that they have.

Unranked games do not effect experience points/ranks, and you can be put together in a game with any player. These game types disregard rank.

Halo 3

Players can choose from two types of matchmaking,
A version of a file listing all of the ranks in Halo 3.
ranked and social, each having different gametypes. Guests can only enter social matches.It should be noted that a measly 1 EXP will be given for winning a match. Bungie also puts special events into matchmaking first seen on Halloween with the Living Dead playlist, this was also the first time forged maps were used, hinting that more playlist will come along with the holidays. These special events only occur for a short amount of time, usually during the celebration of their respective holiday.

Double EXP Weekend is a new feature in Halo 3's Matchmaking. In this playlist, unusual (ex. Grifball and Fiesta) games rarely seen compared to others (ex. Team Snipers or Living Dead) are played from Thursday to Monday.

Unlike Halo 2, if a party has a high variability of skill levels in the current playlist, it will acknowledge it as a "mixed party" and will attempt to match with another party or several parties of a similar mix of ranks between the players.

Matchmaking in Halo 3 requires an Xbox Live Gold account.

For current playlist information visit, Bungie.net.

Playlists

Ranked:

Social:

Special Occasions:

  • Living Dead (Ranked on Halloween) (Double EXP Weekend)
  • Valentine's Day Massacre (Valentine's Day)
  • Grifball (Double EXP Weekend)
  • Team SWAT (Double EXP Weekend)
  • Cinco de Mayo (Cinco de Mayo) (Double EXP Weekend) (Fiesta games)
  • Team Snipers (Double EXP Weekend)
  • Rockets (Double EXP Weekend)
  • 3 Ball (Double EXP Weekend)
  • Icy Treats (Bungie Day)
  • Mythic Brawl (Double EXP Weekend) (Formerly Legendary Brawl)


Removed:

Test/Scrapped: (As of 2008)

  • AWOL
  • Grab Bag
  • Community Carnage
  • Custom Carnage
  • Rumble Hardcore
  • Rumble Challenge
  • Team Challenge
  • Bungie Tournament
  • Major League Gaming
  • 7th Column
  • Big Team Slayer
  • Team Snipers
  • Infection
  • Territories
  • CTF
  • Team Pro
  • Rumble Pro
  • Tournament Of Champions
  • Weekend Warrior
  • Race
  • Big Team Skirmish
  • Rumble Training
  • Double Team Training
  • Team Training
  • Big Team Training
  • Multi-Team Training
  • Action Sack
  • Elimination
  • Phantoms
  • Swordplay
  • Escort
  • Secret Service
  • Hammer Time
  • Laser Tag
  • Bungie.net All Stars
  • King Of The Hill
  • Oddball
  • Assault
  • VIP
  • Juggernaut
  • 1v1
  • 2v2
  • Rat's Nest
  • Standoff
  • Foundry
  • Hardcore Skirmish
  • Zone Control
  • Team Zone Control
  • DLC Playground
  • Forge Playground
  • Warehouse Playground
  • Warehouse
  • Playground
  • Oldschool
  • Riot
  • Fiesta
  • Marty Party
  • Bungie Community
  • Team Sack
  • Team CTF
  • Team King
  • Team Territories
  • Team Assault
  • Team VIP
  • Team Oddball
  • MLG Presents
  • Forge Galore
  • Social Control
  • Lunatic Night
  • Bungie Favorites
  • Weekend War
  • Purgatory
  • Ferrex's Fun Sack!
  • Holiday Hopper
  • Bungie Invitational
  • Bungie Challenge
  • LIVE Tournament
  • Avalanche
  • Ghost Town
  • Blackout
  • Cold Storage
  • Assembly
  • Longshore
  • Citadel
  • Heretic
  • Sandbox
  • Orbital

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Multiplayer Game Types
Slayer: Team Slayer | Rockets | Swords | Snipers | Phantoms | Elimination | Slayer Variants
King of the Hill: King | Team King | Phantom King | Crazy King | Team Crazy King | King of the Hill Variants
Oddball: Rocketball | Swordball | Team Ball | Low Ball | Fiesta | Ninjaball | Oddball Variants
Juggernaut: 2 on 1 | 3 on 1 | Ninjanaut | Phantom Fodder | Dreadnaut | Juggernaut Variants
Capture the Flag: Multi Flag CTF | CTF Classic | 1 Flag CTF | 1 Flag CTF Fast
Assault: Multi Bomb | Single Bomb | Single Bomb Fast | Neutral Bomb | Blast Resort | Assault Variants
Territories: 3 Plots | Land Grab | Gold Rush | Control Issues | Contention | Territories Variants
VIP: Escort | Influential VIP | One Sided VIP | Rocket Race | VIP Variants
Infection: Alpha Zombie | Hide and Seek | Save One Bullet | Infection Variants
Playlists
Halo 2 ranked playlists: Double Team | Team Slayer | Team Skirmish | Team Snipers | Team Hardcore | H2 Challenge
Halo 2 unranked playlists: Rumble Pit | Team Training | Big Team Battle | Team SWAT
Halo 3 ranked playlists: Lone Wolves | Team Slayer | Team Objective | Team Doubles | Squad Battle | Team SWAT | Team Snipers | MLG
Halo 3 social playlists: Rumble Pit | Social Slayer | Social Skirmish | Big Team Social | Multi-Team | Social Team DLC | Team Mythic | Action Sack
Halo 3 other playlists: Basic Training

Halo 3 Double EXP weekends : Grifball | 3 Ball | Team Flag | Living Dead | Team Melee | Team Snipers | Team SWAT


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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

The Hopper Rose page will be updated soon...check back for more info.


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Windmill article)

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about the building used to turn grain into flour. For the building that generates power for Nurmof's pickaxe machine, see Power Station.
A windmill

A Windmill is a building that players can use to make flour. The functional parts of the windmill are the hopper, the hopper controls and the flour bin. The flour bin is typically on the ground floor, whereas the hopper and its controls will be two storeys up (with the millstones on the storey in between).

Players do not gain any Cooking experience for making flour, so those who need it in bulk to train Cooking may prefer to purchase it (for example, on the Grand Exchange) instead of making it from scratch.

Making flour

Players place grain in the hopper and then operate the controls.

Players must first place grain (which can usually be found growing locally as wheat) into the hopper, and then operate the controls. This causes the grain to slide down the chute, where it is ground into flour by the millstones on the storey below. The flour then falls down one further storey to the flour bin. Players can repeat this step up to thirty times before the flour bin is full.

The flour bin can hold up to thirty loads of flour.

They should then go back down to the flour bin and use an empty pot on it to fill the pot with flour. Alternatively, they can just left-click on the flour bin with an empty pot in their inventory. They must do this for every empty pot they have, since the game will not fill all pots automatically (unlike filling jugs with water, buckets with compost, etc.). Each bundle of grain used provides exactly enough flour to fill one pot.

Interestingly all flour bins across Gielinor are linked. Therefore if a player leaves flour in one location it can be retrieved later at another location.

Locations

The windmill in Zanaris is powered by a cow in a wheel.

Windmills are marked on the world map and minimap with a yellow icon ((+)). Players can find them in the following locations:

Wikipedia
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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Wyvern class article)

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

The Wyvern-class (commonly called the "Hopper") was a type of Federation planetary troop transport that entered service in 2363. (LUG RPG: The Dominion War Sourcebook: The Fires of Armageddon)

The Wyvern came in several variants, the standard version was built to carry around 30 troops from orbit to the surface and from various locations on the ground. Other variants existed that were larger and could carry more personnel and even ground vehicles. The Wyvern lacked a warp drive and needed to be ferried from system to system by a warp capable vessel.

They were equipped with a number of personnel transporters to allow for quick deployment. If transporters were unusable the craft had a number of side doors to allow for quick disembarkation.


This article uses material from the "Wyvern class" article on the ST Expanded wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Hopper is an Autobot redshirt from the Marvel Comics portion of the Generation One continuity family.
"You check in..."

Hopper is stationed at Autobot City: Earth along with Arcee, Beachcomber, Chase, Skydive, Trailbreaker and Wheeljack, under the command of Blaster.

Fiction

Marvel Comics continuity

"...but you don't check out!"

When their own world was threatened by a rift in time and space in 2008, the Quintessons made plans to invade Cybertron. Their first action was to travel to Earth, where they launched a surprise attack on Autobot City. Hopper was one of the first to respond to their sudden appearance, and seconds later became one of the first to be blasted down by them. Hopper was not seen again. Space Pirates!

Notes

  • Many generic Autobots without names appear in the early part of this issue. In death, this generic Autobot has a name. His name is Hopper.

This article uses material from the "Hopper" article on the Transformers wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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