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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Incubi are small, imp-like creatures that float around in mid-air and attack your party, primarily in dungeons. Although named after the Incubus of legends, these creatures have no similarities to those creatures, and behave more like bats. All Incubi have the skill Soulrending Shriek, so using unnecessary enchantments, especially on Monks and other important casters, is not recommended while fighting them. They drop Incubus Wings.

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

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The five members of the band.

Incubus was a somewhat popular alternative rock band in the early 21st century. They are from the Fernando Valley of southern California[1]. For the Halo 2 soundtrack, they created four, albeit very similar, songs that are featured on the Halo 2 Soundtrack (Volume 1). The songs are collectively known as "The Odyssey". The original was called "Follow (1st Movement of The Odyssey)". There are also three remixes of the song: 2nd Movement of the Odyssey, 3rd Movement of the Odyssey, and 4th Movement of the Odyssey. As the songs numerical value for "Movement of the Odyssey" goes up, they become more and more dissimilar to the original track as well as longer (with one exception). The track "Follow (1st Movement of the Odyssey)" was the only track to appear in game. It is played during the final few minutes of gameplay in the Halo 2 level The Arbiter.

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