Leon: Misc



Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Lindbergh and Leon.

Leon was a pink lizard with bulgy eyes. His two biggest interests are bikini shows and money. Leon was prone to pull Gonzo into his schemes, and in one episode he referred to Kermit as "cuz", implying that their cold-blooded relation made them cousins.

He was a regular on The Jim Henson Hour and was featured prominently in the "Cliff's Nightmare" episode of The Cosby Show. He conned Cliff out of his money.


  • Leon has a tail. The only time it's shown, however, was in The Secrets of the Muppets, when the performers appear with their characters. Kevin Clash points out that it's the first time his tail has been shown.

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

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race: Human
affiliation: Daren Hightower
role: Bodyguard
location: Hub Heights
appearances: Fallout
quests: Dispose of merchant
Steal necklace from the Merchants
dialogue file: LEON.MSG

Leon is Daren Hightower's personal bodyguard in the Heights district of the Hub in 2161. He decides who does and does not see Mr. Hightower.

Interactions with the player character

Leon will gruffly converse with you, but he's not exactly useful for information. If Mr. Hightower yells for the guards, you're personally kicked out by Leon.

Leon's only function is to be the deadliest guard Hightower has, especially if you've downloaded an armor piercing ammo fix.


He has five marks on his 14mm Pistol supposedly from five people who wanted to kill Mr. Hightower.

Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Leather Jacket 14mm Pistol 3 Stimpaks
60 14mm AP


Leon appears only in Fallout.

The Hub

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki


Artwork by Yoshitaka Amano
Sprite(s) Portrait sprite - NES Portrait sprite - PS/GBA Portrait sprite - PSP
Battle sprite - NES Battle sprite - PS/GBABattle sprite - PSP
Map sprite - NES Map sprite - PS/GBA
A.K.A Leonhart, Lionheart, Dark Knight
Kana レオンハルト
Romaji Reonharuto
Hometown Fynn
Zodiac Sign Aries
Blood Type O
Laterality Left-Handed
Voice actor Takayuki Yamaguchi
Final Fantasy II character
"Leon is Maria's brother and Firion's adoptive brother and best friend. During the empire's invasion of Fynn, he escapes with Maria, Firion and Guy, but becomes lost when they are set upon by a party of black knights on the forest."
Final Fantasy II 20th Anniversary instruction manual.

Leon is one of Firion's allies in Final Fantasy II, but he also serves as an antagonist throughout the game. He is the Emperor's right hand man.



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At the beginning of the game he is separated from his allies, including his sister Maria, during an attack by Palamecian Knights. He later becomes the Emperor's Dark Knight, and fights against his former allies. It is never stated why Leon join forces with the empire and the Emperor. He was once the leader of the building of Dreadnought but was later replaced by Borghen, forced to work behind the scenes to put on the finishing touches.

When Firion and his party go to Bafsk to stop the construction of the Dreadnought, he informs them that they are already late and the Dreadnought is complete. When Firion and the others dropped the Sunfire in the engine, Leon came to see what happened to the engine. This is the time that Maria recognized his voice. He later appears to capture Firion and the others in an attempt to rescue Hilda. After the Emperor is destroyed in the Whirlwind, Leon attempts to crown himself Emperor, but is forced to flee with Firion and Maria after the Emperor returns from the dead in demonic form. Leon later joins forces with Firion, Maria, and Guy to defeat the Emperor at the Pandaemonium. At the end of the game, after the death of the Dark Emperor, Leon states that "too much has gone on between us" (referring to Firion's party). He also implies that he and Firion will meet again one day and leaves. Firion comments that when he is ready to return he will be welcomed with open arms. It is never stated if Leon ever comes back to the party in the original game or the remakes.

Stats and Traits

Leon's stats are usually higher than most of the characters when the player regains him, unless the player has spent hours increasing the characters' stats. Leon starts off with no spells and the least MP of the starting characters but has the potential to be a potent spell caster and is already a deadly fighter. However, his health is very low. A good idea will be give him high-level magic, like Holy, Flare, or Osmose. He can be considered a master of all weaponry. His initial equipment is a Flame Sword and a Poison Axe as weapons, and he joins the party wearing the Diamond equipment.

Initial stats

Stats Level
HP 1098
MP 5
Strength 53
Agility 45
Vitality 46
Intelligence 36
Spirit 16
Defense 0
Attack 34


  • Leon is considered to be the first Dark Knight in the series, as he joins the party with high stats but low vitality and MP, a common trait among Dark Knights.
  • Leon is the first antagonist who later becomes an ally for the party.
  • Leon is the first antagonist in the series that is related with a playable character.
  • Leon's Japanese name, Leonhart, is also the last name of Squall, the main character from Final Fantasy VIII. In the Kingdom Hearts series, Squall changed his name to Leon after failing to save Hollow Bastion from the Heartless.
  • In Final Fantasy IV, the King of Fabul gives Cecil Harvey the Deathbringer and says a Dark Knight left it there years ago. In the Final Fantasy IV Settei Shiryou Hen guide, the name of this Dark Knight was Leonheart.[1]


  1. http://home.att.net/~RCgamusic/ff4comp.htm

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki


Species: Human
Profession: Collector
Level(s): 20


"My men and I were on our way to Mount Qinkai after a rather successful raid when we encountered a mob of Yetis. Those mangy hair bags wounded my men and stole our stolen provisions! We barely escaped with our lives. Those supplies were meant to sustain us for the next few months as we pillaged the eastern rim of Echovald Forest. Now they're all gone. Teach those walking carpets a lesson for me, will you? I want 5 Stolen Provisions and can return the favor with this:"

Collector Items


Location: Mount Qinkai right outside the northern exit of Aspenwood Gate (Luxon)
Collecting: 5 Stolen Provisions

Item Stats Reqs. Mods Value
Gazing Scepter Chaos damage: 11-22 9 Domination Magic Halves skill recharge of Domination Magic spells (Chance: 20%)
Energy +5 (while Health is below 50%)
125 Gold
Bone Spiral Rod Cold damage: 11-22 9 Death Magic Halves skill recharge of Death Magic spells (Chance: 20%)
Energy +5 (while Health is below 50%)
125 Gold
Water Staff Energy +10
Cold damage: 11-22
9 Water Magic Halves casting time of Water Magic spells (Chance: 20%)
Halves skill recharge of spells (Chance: 20%)
125 Gold
Protective Rod Fire damage: 11-22 9 Divine Favor Halves skill recharge of Protection Prayers spells (Chance: 20%)
Energy +5 (while Health is below 50%)
125 Gold
Dadao Sword Slashing damage: 15-22 9 Swordsmanship Damage +15% (while in a Stance) 125 Gold
Longbow Piercing damage: 15-28 9 Marksmanship Damage +15% (vs. hexed foes) 125 Gold

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Release date 21 November 2006 (Update)
Race Human
Members NPC? Yes
Quest NPC? No
Location Aleck's Hunter Emporium
Sells items? Yes
Skill requirement? No
Quest requirement? No
Gender Male
Examine He seems to be making odd sucking noises with his teeth.
Notable features Sells the Hunter's crossbow

Leon can be found in Yanille's hunter store. He sells the Hunter's crossbow for 1300 coins. He can also make the kebbit bolts used by the crossbow and sell them to you for the components of the bolts and a small fee.


  • Ironically, Leon, if used as a name, means "lion" in Latin. The fact that "he seems to be making odd sucking noises with his teeth" implies that his name has a purpose.
Stub This article is a stub. You can help by expanding it.

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Leon von Schroeder

Leon von Schroeder




Reonharuto fon Shureidā


Leon von Schroeder

Alternate names

Leon Wilson

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! - Episode 185

Appears in





Fairy Tales

Seiyū (Japanese)
  • Seiko Noguchi
Voice actor(s) (English)

Leon von Schroeder, known in Japan as Leonhart von Schroider is the younger brother of Zigfried von Schroeder. He is a very famous duelist who uses the alias of "Leon Wilson" when he duels. He joins Kaiba's KC Grand Championship tournament to help his brother gain revenge on Kaiba Corporation, though he also aspired to duel Yugi. He idolizes his brother, yet realizes that Zigfried's actions are wrong. When Zigfried is disqualified, he recruits Leon to help him with his plot to destroy KaibaCorp, by playing the Golden Castle of Stromberg, which will release a computer virus into the system. Leon initially agrees because he is unaware of his brother's plan. During the Duel with Yugi, he eventually comes to his senses and refuses to help Zigfried, but is unable to remove the card from play. Yugi, however, comes up with a strategy to destroy it by turning its' own effect against it, while Kaiba works on stopping the virus.

Leon's family never paid very much attention to him when he was a kid. They were always focused on Zigfried, and Leon discovered a fondness for fairy tales and even wrote a letter to Pegasus, requesting that he make Fairytale Cards. Leon is a big fan of Yugi and has admired him since Duelist Kingdom. In a scene removed from the dub, Leon is seen watching Yugi in various tournaments on TV. Leon has wanted to duel against Yugi since Duelist Kingdom and gains his chance in Episode 196.

In this scene removed from the dub, Leon is seen watching Yugi in tournaments on tv.

In the English version, Leon made a final appearance in Episode 220. He had no lines, he was just standing at the balcony of his castle, looking up at the sky. Zigfried was not shown. In the Japanese ending, Leon was seen with Zigfried, who was seen trying to make a business deal with Maximillion Pegasus. He is also the final duelist Yugi and Atem face as one.


Leon uses a Fairy Tales Deck, composed of cards that were specially created by Maximillion Pegasus upon Leon's request. Tactically, the deck focuses on restricting the opponent's ability to counterattack by removing their monsters from play temporarily or lowering their attack power.

Opponent Outcome
Dr. Richard Goat Win
Ethan Shark Win
Rebecca Hawkins Win
Yugi Muto/Yami Yugi Lose
Facts about Leon von SchroederRDF feed
Gender Male  +

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