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Final Fantasy

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Magic Pot is a genus in the Arcana family in Final Fantasy XI.

Species

  • Aura Pot
  • Clockwork Pod
  • Demonic Millstone
  • Droma
  • Dustbuster
  • Hover Tank
  • Magic Flagon
  • Magic Jar
  • Magic Jug
  • Magic Millstone
  • Magic Pot
  • Magic Urn
  • Maledict Millstone
  • Sprinkler


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Notorious Monsters

  • Air Pot
  • Ancient Vessel
  • Apollyon Cleaner
  • Earth Pot
  • Eldhrimnir
  • Fire Pot
  • Fired Urn
  • Hovering Hotpot
  • Ice Pot
  • Illusory Pot
  • Jackpot
  • Mind Hoarder
  • Nightmare Vase
  • Olla Grande
  • Olla Media
  • Olla Pequena
  • Rogue Receptacle
  • Sacrificial Goblet
  • Steam Cleaner
  • Temenos Cleaner
  • Thunder Pot
  • Water Pot


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Special Attacks

  • Battery Charge: MP recovery.
  • Double Ray: Single target damage.
  • Mind Drain: Single target Mind Absorb
  • Mysterious Light: AoE Wind damage and Weight.
  • Spectral Barrier: Temporary magic immunity.
  • Spinning Attack: Cone Attack damage and Knockback.


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Jackpot disambiguation page.

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

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Jackpot
Production information
Manufacturer

Corellian Engineering Corporation

Product line

YT-series

Model

YT-700

Technical specifications
Length

21.7 meters

Hyperdrive rating

Yes

Armament

1 laser cannon

Crew

2 plus 1 gunner

Passengers

3

Cargo capacity

50 metric tons

Consumables

6 months

Other systems

Gavvatronics S-87 sensor suite

Usage
Role(s)

Prospecting ship

Era(s)

Rebellion era

Affiliation

Rebel Alliance

The Jackpot was a rampaged old starship used by the Rebel Alliance for prospecting missions. While old and rampaged, it was a heavily modified and unique variation on the old Corellian YT-700 model. The cargo and passenger space had been sacrificed for a powerful sensor suite used to scan for gas and other resources.

The ships had had many owners and users though the years, some of which had not been good at maintaining it, resulting in its poor state. The living quarters were uncomfortable and spartan.

The ship was placed under the command of a group of Rebel prospectors who were sent to Taloraan to find an alternative source of Tibanna gas, now that Bespin had fallen under Imperial command. Jackpot was destroyed in a Taloraanian atmospheric storm, but its crew were saved by the friendly Taloraanian tribe known as the Denfrandi.

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Star Wars Fanon

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

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Jackpot
General information
Founder(s)

Ozzel Brinx

Leader(s)
Notable members
Headquarters

Kamino

Locations
  • Kamino
  • Denon
  • Tatooine
  • Couruscant
  • Ord Madell
Historical information
Formed from

36 ABY

Founding

40 ABY

Dissolution

340 ABY

Other information
Era(s)
  • New Republic era
  • New Jedi Order era
  • Legacy era
Affiliation

none

Jackpot was a crime syndicate formed in 36 ABY by Ozzel Brinx. It was officially founded in 40 ABY, and the number of leaders and members grew, as did the planets where the organization had holdings. The base of operations for this syndicate was the planet Kamino. Jackpot was on good terms with the Kaminoians. Ozzel had once saved a whole clone bacta tank facility from falling into the ocean below.In return for this, they agreed to make clones of the leaders to serve as decoys, troops, or sevants. It officially dissolved 340 ABY after the death of the last of Ozzel Brinx's apprentices, Rewol Tainto.


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SWG Wiki

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a CHARM (PA) city


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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about the Generation One Action Master. For the Transformers artist, see Matt Kuphaldt.
Jackpot is an Autobot from the Generation One continuity family.
Hit me. Hit me. Hit me. Uh, hit me. Hit me.

Jackpot seems to have "lucky" built into his core programming. He really gets a kick out of placing bets on dangerous predicaments and coming out on top. The higher the stakes, the happier he is. He once bet a Decepticon guard he could escape from the cell he was being held in - and now that Decepticon is in the cell Jackpot formerly inhabited.

To tilt things even further in his favor, Jackpot relies on his avian partner Sights to scout out information beforehand. Of course, some are just waiting for the day Jackpot's luck runs out, which might have disastrous results for the Autobot.

French name (Canada): Gros Lot
Italian name: Inspector

Contents

Fiction

Cybertronian casinos use drastic measures to discourage card-counters.

IDW comics continuity

Jackpot was one of the Autobots working on the Garrus 9 penal colony when Banzaitron raided it. He was apparently blown up in the first salvo. In the long run, maybe this was lucky - but probably not. Spotlight: Arcee

Fun Publications Timelines

Jackpot III (One local does enjoy his sense of humor regarding the Transtech's naming habits) and Hubcap learned that luck does run out in other realities, especially after they attended Gutcruncher's meeting, and got the blame for his murder. Transcendent: Part 1 Gone Too Far


Toys

Considering the placement of that cannon, I'm not sure I want to know what it fires

Generation One

  • Jackpot w/ Sights (Action Master, 1990)
    • Accessories: Sights partner, "Heat Induced Photon Rifle"
As an Action Master, Jackpot is a non-transforming action figure, though his design shows parts of a sports-car alternate mode, likely a Ferrari Testarossa. He was sold on an individual card with his partner Sights, who can transform into a (very) large rifle. He is compatible with any other Action Master weapon or vehicle.

External links

  • Jackpot at TFU.info

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Jackpot

Prisoner 777 in the manga

Kanji (Anime)

女郎蜘蛛のジロウ

English

Jackpot

Alternate names

Jiro the Yellow Spider

Debut (Manga)

Yu-Gi-Oh! - Duel 004

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! First Series - Episode 002

Appears in

Manga

Anime

Gender

Male

Seiyū (Japanese)
  • Mahito Ohba

The prisoner numbered 777, known as Jackpot in the English version of the Dungeon Dice Monsters video game, Jiro the Yellow Spider in the Japanese anime and is unnamed in the manga is a convict prisoner.

Manga biography

The Prisoner escaped from the Domino Prison with a stolen handgun after killing a guard. He holds Anzu hostage at the Burger World restaurant. After blindfolding her, he tells Yugi to get him Lucky Stripes cigarettes and booze. When Anzu yells help for Yugi, he slams her down. Yami Yugi comes out and challenges him to a game. The man aims his gun at Yugi and tells him that he will die after he lights his cigarette. While he is pouring the vodka, Yugi places the lighter on the man's hand. Yugi explains that the Russian vodka is 90% alcohol and that pulling the trigger would cause the lighter to fall into the vodka. The man is horrified while he is overfilling his vodka. Yugi leads Anzu away as the cigarette drops from the convict's mouth and lights the vodka ablaze, setting the convict on fire.

The prisoner states that it was once written in a magazine that he was born under a lucky star, so a breakout would have been easy. Ironically, it was this trait that led to his defeat, as upon Yugi and Anzu leaving, he sighs in relief at how lucky he is to still be alive - causing his cigarette to drop onto the alcohol. In addition, he states that he had been on death row, and it is from this that he learned that blindfolding a person causes them to stay silent out of fear, while being muted has the opposite effect.

Anime biography

Jiro in the anime

In the anime, Honda and Miho are working with Anzu, and the prisoner, named Jiro the Yellow Spider, is the manager of the restaurant. He disguises himself as Tetsu Tasaki, another criminal, while committing several robberies. Eventually Jiro is exposed and he points a gun at Anzu. After Yugi places the lighter on his hand, Jiro disarms and turns off the lighter. Yugi puts a penalty game on him because he moved more than one finger, and the criminal thinks he is set on fire.

This event has not happened in the Yu-Gi-Oh! second series anime, as Yugi and Téa remember when Yugi and Joey first saw her working in Burger World.

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