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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Insect
Series: Doctor Who - TV Comic
Doctor: Third Doctor
Companions: The Brigadier
Setting: England, 1970s
Published In: TV Comic 955-959
Publication: 4 April - 25 April 1970
Format: Comic - 5 parts (? pages)
Previous Story: The Multi-Mobile
Next Story: The Metal Eaters

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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

Memory Beta, the wiki for licensed Star Trek content.

P8 Blue of the Insectoid Nasat species

Insects were a type of arthropod lifeform. Insects were generally characterised by being invertebrates, having segmented bodies and exoskeletons, typically with six legs.

Larger, sentient, insect species were generally referred to as insectiods. Some insectoids evolve to become almost humanoid, with some insectoid species being bipedal.

The farmers on the Armada, a series of agricultural domes, introduced insects and birds into its ecosystem to regulate infestations rather than using pesticides. (TNG comic: "Space Seeds")

Contents

Insectoid Races

Insect Species

Insect-like species

The Tholians were somewhat reminiscent of insects and were famous for their silk, something which many insects could produce. If Tholians were a form of insect their crystalline structure was vastly different to any other insect species. The parasites also bore some resemblance to insects however they were in-fact genetically modified trill symbionts, but did enjoy eating insects, as did the Ferengi and many other species. (ENT episode: "In a Mirror, Darkly"; DS9 novel: Trill: Unjoined)

The Borg, whilst not being insects (though presumably some insectoid species have been assimilated) seem to have a similar command structure to many insect societies with the Queen ruling over the drones which make up the collective, in the same way a queen bee or ant leads a hive or nest. (TNG movie: First Contact; et al.)

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Insects are a species in the bestiary of Guild Wars, as determined by the Insect Hunt conscription order.

Subtypes

Insects split up into several sub-species:

  • Beetles
    • Rollerbeetles
  • Spiders
  • Termites
Region Subtype Creature Collectable Drop
Nightfall Campaign
Istan Beetle Monk8, 12 Grub Lance
Paragon8, 12 Preying Lance
Insect Appendage
Spider Image:NA-icon-small.png2 Stalking Nephila
Ranger15 Stalking Nephila
none
Termite Image:NA-icon-small.png2 Juvenile Bladed Termite
Warrior7, 14 Bladed Termite
Juvenile Termite Leg
Insect Appendage
Kourna Beetle Monk20 (26) Veldt Beetle Queen
Paragon20 (26) Veldt Beetle Lance
Insect Carapace
Spider Ranger20 (26) Veldt Nephila
Termite Warrior16, 20 (25, 26) Bladed Veldt Termite
Vabbi Rollerbeetle Ranger20, 24 Rain Beetle
Elementalist20 Rock Beetle
Geode
The Desolation Beetle Monk20 Dune Beetle Queen
Paragon20 Dune Beetle Lance
Dusty Insect Carapace
Spider Ranger20 Dune Spider
Termite Warrior20 Bladed Dune Termite

For a list of insects, including bosses, see: Category:Insects

Notes

Trivia

  • The insect species of Guild Wars includes a number of creatures which fit the colloquial definition of 'bug' but do not meet the technical definition of insect.

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Insects were presumably six legged bugs. M'iiyoom were known to feed on them.

Sources

  • Nightlily: The Lovers' Tale

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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YCM

Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

Insect monsters are a versatile, and somewhat well-supported Type of Monster that go hand-in-hand with Plant-type monsters. The common attributes associated with them is EARTH and WIND.

An early strategy with insect-types was with the card "Parasite Paracide", which would summon on the opponents field, and change the types of the opponents monsters to insect as well. And, it would go from there. But recently, Insect type monsters have increased in playability, and are more common to see in a deck than they would have been earlier.

Noticable Insect Type monsters include "Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth", "Anteatereatingant", "Chainsaw Insect", "Grasschopper", "Jirai Gumo", "Magical Merchant", and "Needle Worm".

Support Cards
* Forest
Weaknesses
* Eradicating Aerosol
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