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Dr Who

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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Leviathan was an unproduced serial due to feature the Sixth Doctor and Peri Brown. It was cancelled to make way for The Trial of a Time Lord. Big Finish intend to publish an audio adaptation in 2010.

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Leviathan was an enormous machine entity or sentient starship which collected sentient lifeforms and placed them in a zoo in its interior. It was encountered by the USS Voyager in the Delta Quadrant. Among the races it collected were a group of Jem'Hadar who were not dependent on Ketracel White, and were presumably taken prior to the Jem'Hadar's enslavement by the Dominion.

Leviathan attempted to collect Voyager, along with other Delta Quadrant species. After escaping, the Voyager crew discovered a record in Leviathan's computer banks of Willard Decker and Ilia merging with V'Ger, suggesting that Leviathan is somehow related to V'Ger. It is possible that Leviathan was a member of the same machine race as V'ger. (VOY comic: "Leviathan")

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DC Comics

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Final Fantasy

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Artwork by Tetsuya Nomura
This article is about the summon Leviathan. For the Final Fantasy XII airship, see Dreadnought Leviathan.
"A massive sea serpent that effortlessly controls water and rules all who dwell in the oceans."
Dissidia Final Fantasy Summon Compendium

Leviathan (リヴァイアサン, Rivaiasan or リバイアサン Ribaiasan), also known as Leviatan, is a summon that appears in most games in the series. It is a sea serpent, and its attack, Tidal Wave, also known as Tsunami, deals Water-elemental damage to all opponents.



Final Fantasy II

Main article: Leviathan (Final Fantasy II)

Leviathan is not present as a summon, but rather a large sea monster that consumes any ship carrying a Crystal Rod on approach to the Tower of Mysidia. His intestines are a small dungeon, containing a group of people he swallowed, including Ricard the Dragoon.

Final Fantasy III

Leviathan as he appears in the remake of Final Fantasy III
Main article: Leviathan (Final Fantasy III)

Leviathan can be summoned by Evokers and Summoners with the Level 7 Summon Magic spell Leviath.

  • Demon Eye: Instant KO if successful
  • Cyclone: deals wind-elemental damage to all enemies
  • Tidal Wave: deals water-elemental damage to all enemies

Final Fantasy IV

Leviathan as he appeared in the remake of Final Fantasy IV
Leviathan in Final Fantasy IV
"The Eidolon King...Born of the Northern Sea itself, he is the Lord of All Waters, and unchallenged champion of the Eidolons."
—Eidolon Library
For the battle information, see: Leviathan (Final Fantasy IV)

Leviathan plays a major role in this game, titled Lord of All Waters. He is the king of the Eidolons that live on a parallel plane of existence in the Underworld, the Feymarch. He knew that Rydia of Mist was one of the last surviving Summoners, and that she was potentially the most powerful. As a result, when Rydia was traveling with Cecil, Edward, and Yang to Baron on a ship, Leviathan attacked the ship and carried Rydia off into the Feymarch to hone her power. He is later obtained as a summon once Cecil and his friends visit him in his home. They must defeat and obtain Asura in order to even talk to Leviathan. After obtaining Asura, Leviathan will challenge the party to a fight. If the party wins, they obtain Leviathan.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

For the battle information, see: Leviathan (The After Years)

Leviathan is fought twice in the game, both as an unbeatable boss and again as a beatable boss. Leviathan can be lost permanently if the player kills him instead of waiting for him to stop attacking (and if they have Asura as well).

Final Fantasy V

Main article: Leviathan (Final Fantasy V)
Artwork by Yoshitaka Amano
FFV Leviathan

Leviathan is a Level 5 Summon that guards Istory Falls. He protects the Tablet that lies there, but the player party does not need to fight him. Instead, the party can return later to fight him.

Final Fantasy VI

FFVIA Leviathan

Leviathan appears in the Game Boy Advance version only. In South Figaro, talk to the man near the entrance to learn about an underwater creature. Afterwards, go to Nikeah and take the ferry. Halfway through the trip, the party will then be attacked by Leviathan. Once he is defeated, the player receives his magicite. An interesting note is that if Mog is in the party in this battle, he can learn the Water Harmony Dance, which was only possible to learn in the World of Balance in previous versions. Its sprite is a modified version of the Leviathan sprite from Final Fantasy V.

Its attack, Tidal Wave, deals heavy water elemental damage to all enemies. It costs 70 MP to summon. It teaches the following spells:

Leviathan gives +2 Stamina for every level.

Final Fantasy VII

See the Summon sequence here

The Leviathan Materia is found in Wutai after Yuffie defeats Godo. It casts "Tidal Wave" and costs 78 MP.

Leviathan as seen in Final Fantasy VII

Leviathan was one of the summons to also appear in the Demo release of the game. For a cost of only 40 MP, Aeris can summon Leviathan into battle to use its "Tsunami" attack, the original name for Tidal Wave.

Level AP Needed
Level 1 0
Level 2 18000
Level 3 38000
Level 4 87000
MASTER 100000

Stat Change

  • Magic +1
  • Magic Defense +1
  • Maximum HP -5%
  • Maximum MP +5%

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-

Leviathan, upon being summoned in Before Crisis.

Leviathan can be summoned in battle using the appropriate Materia in this game.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

The Fountain of Leviathan that can be seen in Wutai

While not appearing in the game, Leviathan is referenced as Wutai's guardian god, and a fountain of it can be seen while in Wutai.

Final Fantasy VIII

Leviathan artwork from 'Final Fantasy VIII
See the Summon sequence here

The Guardian Force Leviathan can be Drawn from NORG.

Abilities learned from Leviathan are listed below:

Command Ability AP GF Ability AP
Magic N/A Boost 10
Draw N/A SumMag +10% 40
GF N/A SumMag +20% 70
Item N/A SumMag +30% 140
Recover 200 GF HP +10% 40
Junction Ability AP GF HP +20% 70
Mag-J 50 GF HP +30% 140
Spr-J NA Character Ability AP
Elem-Atk-J 160 Spr +20% 60
Elem-Def-J x2 NA Spr +40% 120
Menu Ability AP Spr Bonus 100
Supt Mag-RF 30 Auto Potion 150
GFRecov Med-RF 60
Leviathan's 3D Render

Triple Triad

File:TTLeviathan.png Level 9 (GF Card) Element Water
Refine 1 refines into 3 Doc's Codes
Drop n/a
Card n/a
Win CC Group Joker in Balamb Garden

Final Fantasy IX

Leviathan's appearance from Final Fantasy IX.
See the Summon sequence here

The Eidolon Leviathan is obtained automatically at the Iifa Tree. It is taught through the Aquamarine. Only Dagger can summon Leviathan's Tsunami. The amount of damage Leviathan can do is equal to 59 plus the total number of Aquamarines in the party's inventory.

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  • Card 065
  • Location: Treno, Card Stadium

Final Fantasy XI

Leviathan Avatar of Water from Final Fantasy XI

Leviathan appears in Final Fantasy XI as one of the 6 celestial avatars. He represents the water element. The job class Summoner can unlock the "spell" Leviathan upon completion of the quest "Trial By Water." Alternatively, a brave low-level summoner may go on the quest Trial Size Trial By Water and defeat Leviathan in a battle alone rather than in a group. He retains his trademark move, Tidal Wave as his Astral Flow ability. Leviathan is also the name of a server in Final Fantasy XI.


Level Name MP Effect
1 Tidal Wave All Massive Water Damage - Two-hour
1 Barracuda Diva 8 Slashing physical attack weapon skill
10 Water II 24 Water-based Elemental Spell
26 Tail Whip 49 Blunt physical attack weapon skill plus weight
33 Slowga 48 Inflicts Slow on enemies in range
47 Spring Water 99 Heals all party members in range and removes status effects
60 Water IV 118 Water-based Elemental Spell dealing damage
70 Spinning Dive 164 Very accurate slashing physical attack weapon skill
75 Grand Fall 182 (Merit) Water-based Elemental Spell dealing massive damage
Favor Fenrir's Favor -- Increases Magic Accuracy of all party members in range

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Main article: Leviathan (Revenant Wings)

Leviathan is the rank 3 Physical Water summon in Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings. He is fought in Mission 58: Serpent's Rage, which takes place at Oghu, the Veiled Isle. His normal attack is Barracuda Dive, in which he swings his tail to attack all enemies in a small radius around him. Leviathan's special attack, Tidal Wave, deals massive water damage to all enemies in front of him.

In addition, the airship Leviathan belonging to Queen Ashe in the time of Final Fantasy XII has been rebuilt, bearing its predesecor's same name. The ship Leviathan serves as the Galbana's gateway between Lemurés and Ivalice.

Final Fantasy XIV

A creature that looks very similar to Leviathan appears in the E3 trailer.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Leviathan in Final Fantasy Tactics

Leviathan can be learned with 850 Job points. Summoning it costs 48 MP and it unleashes Tidal Wave, a water-elemental attack that hits all foes in a large area. It has a speed of 15.

In the PS version, when summoned, the summoner will sometimes say, "Sea fang, attack with water's power! Leviathan!"

Dissidia Final Fantasy

The manual version of Leviathan
The automatic version of Leviathan

Leviathan appears as a summon in Dissidia. When summoned, he repeatedly washes away BP during a certain period of time from the summoner's opponent. Like some summons in Dissidia, Leviathan can be summoned by two distinct ways: Automatically, which summons it immediately when the summoner suffers a break, decreasing his\her opponent's Brave by periods of 20 and shows its Final Fantasy VIII artwork, and manually, where the summoner's opponent Brave is decreased by periods of 40 and its Final Fantasy V artwork appears. Leviathan's auto version is obtained in the third stage of the Destiny Odyssey V storyline and its manual version is obtained in the second stage of the Destiny Odyssey V storyline.

Other Appearances

Chocobo Racing

Leviathan appears as a scenary element in the Fantasia track, with the same look as in the Chocobo Mysterious Dungeon Series.

Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon

Leviathan appears in Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon.

Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2

Leviathan appears in Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2 as a secret boss.

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales

Leviathan is a water element, and he has six cards under his name. He is also the guardian of the Water Crystal. He appears in the story The Boy Who Cried Leviathan.


#055 * Blue
None None Attack None
Tail Whip
Deal 2 damage.

CP Drain

Steal 3 of opponent's * and charge your CP gauge.

#056 ** Blue
None None None Attack
Thunder Storm
Deal 2 damage.

CP Crush

Destroy 2 CP of the same color as opponent's card.

#057 * Blue
None Defend Defend None
Crystal Ability (**)

CP Boost

All crystals in your CP gauge become *.

#058 *** Blue
None Defend Defend None
Crystal Ability (***)

CP Boost

All crystals in opponent's CP gauge become *.

#059 *** Blue
Defend Defend Attack None
Tidal Wave
Crystal Ability (**)

Deal 1 damage for each *,* in opponent's CP gauge.

#060 *** Blue
Defend None Attack None
Tidal Wave+
Crystal Ability (***)

Deal 2 damage for each *,* in opponent's CP gauge.

Final Fantasy: Unlimited

A Leviathan-like creature called the Kigen Dragon is the most powerful of the Kigen Arts. Lisa masters it by using most of her spirit energy to create it. Though it is normally used as a last resort, due to its very risky nature of almost killing the summoner, Wonderland's physics ensure Lisa's survival, though she loses consciousness for awhile after summoning.

Non-Final Fantasy Appearances

Leviathan artwork in Lord of Vermilion by Yousuke Aiba

Itadaki Street Portable

Leviathan appears in Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable.

Lord of Vermilion

Leviathan is one of the creatures summoned in this Japanese arcade-based Square Enix card game.

Card Data

No. 062 Leviathan (R)

Cost: 30

Speed: 2

Skill: None

Hp: 455

Atk: 60 (Darkness, Multi-target)

Def: 65 (Weak to Lightning)

Ability: Increase the amount of damage on one gate of your opponent. This causes the amount of time it will take to seal the gate to shorten. The gate affected is randomly chosen.


Leviathan (Biblical Hebrew לִוְיָתָן or לווייתן Liwyāthān "coiled") is a violent sea creature that is referred to in the Hebrew Bible as well as the Talmud and some other ancient Jewish texts. During the golden age of seafaring, the term Leviathan became synonymous with any large sea creature, sometimes describing whales. Bible scholars interpreted Leviathan to be either a demonic sea creature and an enemy of God. The Talmud and other ancient Jewish sources refer to Leviathan more specifically as a sea serpent, sometimes with multiple heads capable of breathing fire, that was made on the fifth day of Creation. It is said that during the end times, God will make tents, or sukkah, out of the skin of Leviathan for the righteous to live in. Some have speculated that Leviathan was based on a real animal, the most popular theory being the Nile crocodile.

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Guild Wars

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Leviathan can refer to any of the following:

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From Grand Theft Wiki

A Leviathan helicopter at the Verdant Meadows airstrip.

The Leviathan is an amphibious helicopter that appears Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.


Based on the UH-3 Sea King, the Leviathan is the second largest helicopter on the game and has the ability to land on water thanks to its boat-shaped hull. It is very slow and sluggish, slowly ascends, and strangely has the same rotor sound as the Hunter, Cargobob and Raindance. Its name comes from the biblical creature of the same name.

The Leviathan is used in the mission Up, Up and Away with a crane with a magnet attached to the bottom, that can lift vehicles. There is no way to obtain any helicopter with a magnet like this outside of this mission but some mods may enable the Leviathan to have a magnet crane attached to it. The Leviathan from this mission can be saved but its magnet will not be saved in the garage. Once completing the mission a Leviathan will spawn at Verdant Meadows but it does not come with a magnet.

It is also seen in the mission Interdiction to drop a package, and Carl has to protect it from the two FBI choppers that give chase.


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UNSC Leviathan
Production information

Marathon-class Cruiser

Technical specifications

1,192 metres (3,910 ft)

Slipspace Drive

Shaw-Fujikawa Translight Engine

Slipspace velocity

2.1 ly/day




Resistant to multiple Plasma Torpedoes

  • Archer Missiles Pods
  • MAC cannon
  • 50mm point defense guns (speculation)
  • Shiva Nuclear Missile

Pelican Dropships

  • Longsword Interceptors (Speculation)
Earliest sighting



Aug 30, 2552

Present for battles/events



Epsilon Eridani Defense Fleet

Known commander(s)

Admiral Michael Stanforth


The UNSC Leviathan is a United Nations Space Command Marathon-class Cruiser commanded by Admiral Michael Stanforth. It is a veteran vessel, seeing numerous engagements, including the Battle of Sigma Octanus IV, where it took a plasma torpedo to its bow, starting fires in its foredecks. [1] After the Battle at Sigma Octanus, the Leviathan returned to Reach. It was destroyed in the Battle of Reach, and Stanforth was among the crew that perished with the ship.


  1. Halo: The Fall of Reach, Page 189

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Marvel Database

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The Leviathan is a sea monster spoken of in Gielinorian lore. Legends surrounding the Leviathan are many, although concrete facts regarding it are few. The periscope of the Penguin Submarine from The Hunt for Red Raktuber quest has been mistaken for the Leviathan, although it is possible that the creature or creatures exist. It is also possible that numerous similar species have been sighted and have all been mistaken for the same species or individual being.

Possible Sightings

Zanik observes the "monster".

Shortly after the end of the Eastern Sea Civil War, the celebrated pirate resistance leader Gentleman Mallard was apparently attacked by a massive squid-like creature off the coast of Mos Le'Harmless. Although his crew managed to escape in lifeboats, Mallard fought the creature until his death. Several days later, one of the creature's tentacles washed up on the shore of Mos Le'Harmless, with Mallard's rapier embedded in it. The creature responsible for Mallard's death may have been the Leviathin or a similar species of krakan-like animal.

In the RuneScape novel Betrayal at Falador, the character Castimir mentions that at one point he stayed in Catherby on his trip from the Fremennik Province to Taverley. Apparently the fishermen and sailors of Catherby told him what they claimed were true stories, some of which included flying fish and massive sea monsters that in some ways resembled the Leviathan.

At least one "Swamp Creature" is known to inhabit a stagnant river in southern Morytania, near the border of the Sanguinesti Region and Mort Myre Swamp. The creature is known to attack boaters travelling on the river, although the area is land-locked and thus it may be totally unrelated to other Leviathin sightings. There also exists the possibility that, when the Eastern Sea's waters receded from parts of Morytania during Lord Drakan's capture of the Hallowland, it left saltwater species trapped in inland water sources. The swamp creature may be a mutated descendent of the Leviathin species, as it bears striking similarities to creatures in Leviathin myths and its habitat may have once been covered by the Eastern Sea, where many sightings are centered.

The "Swamp Creature" of southern Morytania.

In the Year 169 of the Fifth Age, the Dorgeshuun explorer Zanik was aboard an Entranan vessel travelling to the Asgarnian coastal settlement Port Sarim. During a storm, the ship was damaged when it struck what appeared to be a partially submerged object. Following the ships' arrival in Port Sarim, Zanik overheard a pirate that had been aboard the ship speculating that the object they struck had in fact been "the Leviathan". However, he travelled to The Rusty Anchor before Zanik could inquire further.

Evidence suggests that the object the ship struck was not the Leviathan, but instead a submarine-like object being used by the intelligent penguins of the "Motherland" to spy on the human nations. What appears to be a submarine can now be observed near Port Sarim and in other ports as part of a secret update released by Jagex. The update and story strongly hinted at a future update, which ultimately proved to be the Hunt for Red Raktuber, the sequel ot the Cold War quest. The story can be found in the May 2009 issue of Postbag from the Hedge.

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For other uses, see Leviathan (disambiguation).
Production information

Republic Sienar Systems


Interdictor-class Cruiser

Technical specifications

600 meters


24 Sith Fighters


Old Republic era

Earliest sighting

3,956 BBY


3,956 BBY

Present for battles/events
Known owner(s)

Darth Malak


Saul Karath

The Leviathan was an Interdictor-class Cruiser that served the Republic Navy during the Mandalorian Wars. By the outbreak of the Jedi Civil War, it had become the flagship of the former Republic Admiral, Saul Karath, as he served the Sith Empire of Darth Revan and, later, Darth Malak. The vessel was involved in a number of key battles in the latter conflict, including the Attack on the Endar Spire and subsequent blockade of Taris, as well as the skirmish that saw the death of its commander.



As with the other capital ships of the Sith fleet, the Leviathan was originally a Republic Navy vessel. Apparently a distant technological ancestor of the later Star Destroyers, Leviathan was one of many similarly designed ships commissioned by the Republic for the Mandalorian Wars. The Leviathan was the only ship of its class to come out of the Corellian shipyards spaceworthy.[1]

The Leviathan was a 600 meter-long Interdictor-class Cruiser, capable of wrenching ships out of hyperspace with the use of its four gigantic gravity-well projectors. While primitive by later standards, it was the pinnacle of interdiction technology in its time. It was also equipped with 20 quad laser cannons, a tractor beam projector, four turbolaser batteries and two ion cannons.

The Leviathan chases the Ebon Hawk.

Brought into the service of the Sith by the defector Saul Karath's,[1] the Leviathan housed two squadrons of Sith fighters. It was likely the vessel from which Darth Malak attacked his master's ship, and rendered him unconscious before he was captured by the Jedi. Later, during Malak's search for Bastila Shan, he used the Leviathan's quad laser cannons to destroy much of Taris's Upper City.

The tractor beam was utilized in another attempt to capture Bastila Shan, and also the reformed Revan, in which the beam was used to help board the Ebon Hawk and capture the two Jedi, who were taken to the prison block. After an intense interrogation, Revan eventually escaped and made his way to the bridge, which was located next to the command deck. The door to the bridge had been sealed, but Revan and his companions donned space suits and used an airlock that led to an external walkway that had access to the bridge. Once they secured the bridge, Revan, Bastila Shan and Carth Onasi killed Admiral Karath and deactivated the tractor beam holding the Ebon Hawk in the hangar. As Revan and his companions attempted to escape, they encountered Malak, and a short battle ensued between old master and apprentice. Revan held off Malak until Bastila reached them. Bastila then insisted on holding off Malak so that Revan and Carth could escape. Bastila was defeated and captured by Malak.

A view of Leviathan engines.

The Leviathan was likely destroyed during the battle of Rakata Prime, as its computers listed the Star Forge as its destination when Revan sliced the systems to enable the Ebon Hawk to escape.

After the loss of the Leviathan, the Ravager and many other "proto-Star Destroyers" to Revan and Malak's Sith Empire, the Republic abandoned the design, possibly due to lack of resources, and instead used capital ships more aesthetically in line with the peaceful ages of the Republic, such as the Hammerhead-class cruiser.

Behind the scenes

A side view of Leviathan.

At Taris, Darth Malak's conversation with Saul implies that there is an entire fleet orbiting the planet, but the Leviathan is the only cruiser that can be seen. This is true of the movies of the destruction of Taris, as well as the view from the bridge of the Leviathan. However, while manning the gun turret on the Ebon Hawk, a fleet of twelve ships is visible in orbit around Taris. These are clearly too large and immobile to be fighters. Judging from their shape, they appear to be Sith Interdictor Cruisers, the same class of ships as the Leviathan.

According to John Jackson Miller (who, however, was not involved in the development of the game), the name Leviathan was borrowed from the United Kingdom Royal Navy 18th-century Leviathan-class ships, whose design was based on the captured French 74 gun warship Courageux.[2] The latter name was used by Miller in the KotOR comic series for the Courageous, Saul Karath's battleship in 3,964 BBY (which, however, was not of the same design as the Leviathan).

A Leviathan is a biblical sea monster mentioned in the Books of Job, Isaiah, and Psalms.


  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (First appearance)
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords (Mentioned only)


Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide
  2. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic #8

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This creature is a boss in the Reptiles class.

6000 Hit points
5000 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: --/--
Abilities: Melee (0-500), Earth Wave (130-460), Ice Wave (365-491), Drowning Bomb 20 hp/6 turns, Fast Self-Healing (0-200 hp/turn).
Pushable: ?
Push Objects: ?
Est. Max. Damage: 1471 maybe more hp per turn
Immune To: Ice, Drown, Invisibility, Paralysis.
Strong To: Death (-1%?), Fire (-30%)
Neutral To: Holy, Earth, Life Drain?
Weak To: Physical (+15%), Energy (+10%)
Behavior: Heals as fast as a Hydra, runs also away in low health.
Field Notes: New creature in Summer Update 2009.

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Spoiler ends here.

Location: Sea Serpent Area (look at spoiler for more info).
Strategy: To all vocations: Keep yourself diagonal and wear a Protection Amulet or Leviathan's Amulet since most of the damage you will receive comes from their melee.
Treat it like a strong Sea Serpent with more hit points, stronger attacks, and faster healing. You have 10 minutes to kill and loot it or you will be kicked out.
Knights: kill it using Berserk, Fierce Berserk and Whirlwind Throw when it starts to run.
Paladins: Paladins should use Assassin Stars and use your best potions to heal.
Loot: 0-234 gp, 0-6 Platinum Coins, 0-5 Small Sapphires, Glacier Amulet, Ring of Healing, Focus Cape, Northwind Rod, Glacier Kilt, Stealth Ring, Crystalline Armor, Rusty Armor (Semi-Rare), Rusty Legs (Semi-Rare), Bonebreaker, Moon Backpack (rare), Oceanborn Leviathan Armor (very rare), Frozen Plate (very rare), Sea Serpent Trophy (always), Leviathan's Amulet (always). (Loot Statistics)
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Adventure 4
Publisher GDW
Version CT
Author Bob McWilliams
Format small
Canonical yes
Year Published 1980
Pages 44
Product No. 316

Adventure 4 for Classic Traveller.

Welcome to the Out-Rim Void- beyond the Imperial border, and beyond the law. Step aboard the merchant cruiser Leviathan, for a trading voyage in search of new markets and personal fortunes.

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From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

English: Leviathan
Attribute: WATER Image:Water.png
Types: Sea Serpent/Effect
Level: 8 Image:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.png
ATK/DEF: 2400/2000
Card Lore: Increase the ATK of all Sea Serpent-Type monsters by 400 points.
Card Limit: Unlimited
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Up to date as of January 31, 2010
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You have fought and defeated the awakened Eye of the Leviathan in the Temple of the Waters deep beneath Sharkhead Isle.

How to Get

Complete Operative Renault's Strike Force.

See Also

External Links

  • Leviathan Badge at City Info Tracker
  • Leviathan Badge at Badge-Hunter.com

This article uses material from the "Leviathan Badge" article on the City of Heroes wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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