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DC Comics

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This is the Timber Wolf disambiguation page.

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

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Legion of Super-Heroes
Legions Legion of Super-Heroes (Pre-Zero Hour) | Legion of Super-Heroes (Post-Zero Hour) | Legion of Super-Heroes (New Earth) | Legion of Super-Heroes (LSHAU) | Batch SW6
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Reboot Membership Andromeda | Apparition | Brainiac 5 | Chameleon | Cosmic Boy | Dreamer | Element Lad | Ferro | Gates | Gear | Invisible Kid | Karate Kid | Kid Quantum (James CullenJazmin Cullen) | Kinetix | Leviathan | Live Wire | Magno | M'Onel | Monstress | Saturn Girl | Sensor | Shikari | Spark | Star Boy | Superboy | Thunder | Timber Wolf | Triad | Ultra Boy | Umbra | Violet | Wildfire | XS
Threeboot Membership Atom Girl | Brainiac 5 | Chameleon | Colossal Boy | Cosmic Boy | Dream Boy | Dream Girl | Element Lad | Invisible Kid | Karate Kid | Lightning Lad | Light Lass | Mon-El | Phantom Girl | Princess Projectra | Saturn Girl | Shadow Lass | Star Boy | Sun Boy | Supergirl | Timber Wolf | Triplicate Girl | Ultra Boy
Associated R.J. Brande | Shvaughn Erin | Science Police | United Planets | Rond Vidar | Marla Latham | Doctor Gym'll
Villains Legion of Super-Villains | Fatal Five | Time Trapper | Mordru | Glorith | Universo | Dark Circle | Darkseid | All Villains
Storylines Great Darkness Saga | Lightning Saga | Superman and the Legion of Super-Heroes | Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds
Notable creators Otto Binder | Al Plastino | Jerry Siegel | John Forte | Cary Bates | Mike Grell | Jim Shooter | Paul Levitz | Keith Giffen | Tom McCraw | Mark Waid | Stuart Immonen | Barry Kitson | Geoff Johns
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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Lone Wolf
TORN
benefit: +10% to-hit and +5% Armor Class when alone
penalty: -10% to-hit and -5% Armor Class when with companions

Lone Wolf is a TORN Trait.

The character works... alone. When unaccompanied the character is +10% to-hit and has a +5% Armor Class bonus in combat. However, when with Companions, the character takes a -10% to-hit and -5% Armor Class penalty.

Traits

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Lone Wolf the Pickpocket is a character who has appeared twice in the series. He is a thief and is often known to steal treasure from chests before the party obtains them. He is also frequently seen imprisoned.

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Appearances

Final Fantasy V

Lone Wolf is first seen imprisoned in the Walse Castle. The party can elect to free him or leave him captured. If he is freed, he will steal the treasure from the chests in Jachol Cave, and the party cannot get them.

Final Fantasy VI

Lone Wolf

Lone Wolf is first seen imprisoned in Figaro Castle. He cannot be freed here. However, he eventually escapes and makes his way to Narshe. After obtaining the Blackjack, the party can return to the treasure room in Narshe and find Lone Wolf trying to open a locked chest. However, he flees to the mines. The party can follow him to the ledge where Valigarmanda is sitting. There, he is holding Mog hostage. If the party waits where he asks them to for a minute, he and Mog will fly off the ledge, and the party must choose to save either Lone Wolf or Mog. Freeing Lone Wolf gives the party a Gold Hairpin, while freeing Mog causes Mog to join the party. However, no matter how the party chooses, Lone Wolf will fall down.

When the party returns to Narshe in World of Ruin, Lone Wolf is running out of Narshe. It is a bit unclear if this really is Lone Wolf, even when the sprite is the same and he appears to recognize the party; when he speaks, he is only identified as a "pickpocket".

Trivia

  • In the Dawn of Souls remake of the original Final Fantasy, Lone Wolf is referenced as one of the names the player can choose for the Thief Job.
  • In Dissidia Final Fantasy, Lone Wolf the Pickpocket is mentioned in a Mognet letter, and ends up stealing from Benjamin the Moogle.

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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"A mix of Slayer and other Free For All games. Here, you must stand on your own."
—In-game description for Halo 3's ranked Lone Wolf playlist

Description

Lone Wolves is a Ranked free-for-all playlist in Halo 3. It's a considerable counterpart of Rumble Pit, which is a non-ranked free-for-all playlist. Lone Wolves matches contain six players.

Players typically advance in level by consistently placing in the top three and drop in level by placing in the bottom three. However, several other factors also affect this, including comparison of the player's level compared to the others in the game (although usually the players have similar levels), what specific place the player came in (1st place will level a player up faster than 3rd), and their Kill/Death spread (for slayer games). Originally the games had five players, but was soon increased to six. On September 16th 2008 Lone Wolves player count increased from six players to eight players. In the February 2009 Matchmaking Update, Lone Wolves was reduced back down to 6 players, as 8 players on a small map like Epitaph would deem players' K/D spread as low.

There are many achievements that can only be achieved on Ranked FFA playlists, such as Two for One and Killing Frenzy. Lone Wolves, as well as Mythic Brawl and Living Dead, are all ranked FFA playlists.

Maps Played In Lone Wolves

Note: All maps have an equal chance of being selected.

Gametypes Played In Lone Wolves

  • Slayer (38.7%) - First player to 25 kills wins. 10 minute match time limit.
  • Slayer BRs (28.0%) - First player to 25 kills wins. Players spawn with Battle Rifles and Assault Rifle secondary weapons. 10 minute match time limit.
  • Swords (4.0%) - First player to 25 kills wins. Players spawn with Energy Swords and no secondary weapon. Player traits: Infinite ammo, cannot pick up weapons or drive/ride in vehicles. 10 minute match time limit.
  • Oddball (19.3%) - Hold the skull to earn points. First player to 50 points wins. 10 minute match time limit.
  • Crazy King (10.0%) - Stand in the hill to earn points. First player to 100 points wins. Hill traits: Moves to a random location every 30 seconds. 10 minute match time limit.
Multiplayer Game Types
Slayer: Team Slayer | Rockets | Swords | Snipers | Phantoms | Elimination | Slayer Variants
King of the Hill: King | Team King | Phantom King | Crazy King | Team Crazy King | King of the Hill Variants
Oddball: Rocketball | Swordball | Team Ball | Low Ball | Fiesta | Ninjaball | Oddball Variants
Juggernaut: 2 on 1 | 3 on 1 | Ninjanaut | Phantom Fodder | Dreadnaut | Juggernaut Variants
Capture the Flag: Multi Flag CTF | CTF Classic | 1 Flag CTF | 1 Flag CTF Fast
Assault: Multi Bomb | Single Bomb | Single Bomb Fast | Neutral Bomb | Blast Resort | Assault Variants
Territories: 3 Plots | Land Grab | Gold Rush | Control Issues | Contention | Territories Variants
VIP: Escort | Influential VIP | One Sided VIP | Rocket Race | VIP Variants
Infection: Alpha Zombie | Hide and Seek | Save One Bullet | Infection Variants
Playlists
Halo 2 ranked playlists: Double Team | Team Slayer | Team Skirmish | Team Snipers | Team Hardcore | H2 Challenge
Halo 2 unranked playlists: Rumble Pit | Team Training | Big Team Battle | Team SWAT
Halo 3 ranked playlists: Lone Wolves | Team Slayer | Team Objective | Team Doubles | Squad Battle | Team SWAT | Team Snipers | MLG
Halo 3 social playlists: Rumble Pit | Social Slayer | Social Skirmish | Big Team Social | Multi-Team | Social Team DLC | Team Mythic | Action Sack
Halo 3 other playlists: Basic Training

Halo 3 Double EXP weekends : Grifball | 3 Ball | Team Flag | Living Dead | Team Melee | Team Snipers | Team SWAT


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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Though Lone Wolf's career in New Way Wrestling was short lived, he is remembered for discovering Insomnia (Then known as 'Harpsichord') and convincing him to join NWW's ranks after meeting and sparring with the latter in a local gym.

In his short time with NWW he had a brief TV title stint before suffering a horrendus injury against ironically the man he'd dicovered and and help guide through the ranks of NWW; Insomnia.

The injury came during the infamous 'no holds barred, two out of three falls tables ladders and chairs bonanza' match between Lone Wolf, Insomnia (Harpsichord) and Danny Richards. Barely able to move via his own free will after taking a series of heavy shots from Insomnia, he was placed and sandwiched between a steel ladder, before Insomnia lept from the top rope, crushing Lone Wolf with a variation of his then scarcely known 'Raining Murder'.

From then on, Lone Wolf himself was only seen once, showing up to put his name down for the cruiserweight invitational match Aftershock was holding at that time.

Unfortuantely, Lone Wolf had suffered a recurrance of the back injury that had seen him on the sidelines for almost a year just days prior, and sadly Lone Wolf was never seen again.


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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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