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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

A full MVP chart.
MVP being awarded to a unit.

MVP (Most Valuable Player) is a character attribute seen in Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift. It is awarded after a battle to any clan member who has made a particularly notable contribution to the battle. Once the character's MVP tower, which is shown on their status screen, is complete (shown by two trailing ribbons), the character gets no further benefit from any subsequent times that they are designated MVP. The maximum MVP for a character is 20. The requirement for MVP to be awarded seems to be based on the number of successful actions performed by the unit, but this has yet to be investigated in any detail.

According to the instruction booklet, higher MVP improves performance in Dispatch quests. As a result, non-generic characters (Luso, Cid, Adelle, Hurdy, Vaan, Penelo, Al-Cid, Montblanc, and Frimelda) have no apparent use for MVP because they cannot be Dispatched. If the player uses an Action Replay (or other cheat device) to obtain Illua as a clan member, she also has no use for MVP for the same reason.


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Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

At the end of every Halo 3 Multiplayer match, one player is designated the Most Valuable Player, abbreviated as MVP. At the post-match screen, the MVP is shown on the right hand side, along with an image of the player's armour permutation, color scheme and emblem.

MVP is earned by:

  • Team Slayer: Being the player with most kills.
  • VIP: Being the player who has killed the VIP the most.
  • Team Oddball: Being the player who has held on to the Oddball the longest.
  • CTF: Being the player to score the flag the most.
  • Assault: Being the player to detonate the bomb the most.
  • Territories: Being the player who has the highest number of Territory captures.
  • Team King: Being the player who has spent the most time in the hill.
  • Team SWAT: Being the player who has the most kills.

The Halo 3 Achievement MVP, worth 5 Gamerpoints, is earned by being the MVP in a ranked playlist.

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

MVP is truly the MVP of Xtreme Wrestling Organization. The only person to beat 4 Hall of Famers, this man is truly an unstoppable force. If you were born between 1990 and 2007 and your mom is hot, Chances are MVP is your daddy...

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Ice Hockey

Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

A Most Valuable Player (MVP) award is an honor typically bestowed upon the best performing player or players on a specific team, in an entire league, or for a particular contest or series of contests.

In the National Hockey League the award for the MVP is the Hart Trophy.

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
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Real Name
Michael Van Patrick
Current Alias




Professor Abraham Erskine (great-grandfather), unnamed father


Base Of Operations





Marital Status


High School

Lifetime of experimental diets and isometric physical training.

Place of Birth
Liberty, Kentucky

First appearance
Appearance of Death

Avengers: The Initiative #1
(June, 2007)
Avengers: The Initiative #1
(June, 2007)



During his research into what would ultimately become the super-soldier serum, Dr. Abraham Erskine outlined a special Brazilian revolutionary diet and isometric exercise regime that he theorized would create a super-soldier. However, because the diet and regime required a lifetime of adherence in order to produce the desired results, this research was rejected by the US government, and when Erskine was assassinated, it was passed down through his family, finally ending up in the hands of his grandson, Mr. Van Patrick, who used the research to develop a successful organic food business. When his son Michael was born, Van Patrick decided to test out the diet and the exercise regime on the boy to see if his grandfather's theories were right.

As it happened, the theories were right, and within twenty years, Michael Van Patrick became one of the greatest student athletes in the country, earning a scholarship to the University of Kentucky. However, when reporters discovered that Michael was the great-grandson of the man who created Captain America, he came under heavy scrutiny. Though the testing all showed that his abilities were due to training, Michael lost his scholarship, and nearly lost every award he'd ever received.

The creation of the 50-State Initiative offered Michael another chance. Dubbed "MVP", Michael was recruited by Justice as part of the Initiative. At Camp Hammond, he broke the course record for non-speedsters, impressing most of the other trainees and SHIELD members. He was compared to the late Captain America.

MVP was killed during an incident when Armory's Tactigon raged out of control. His autopsy revealed that although MVP didn't possess any special powers, his body was genetically perfect. After his death Dr. Blitzschlag performed cloning experiments on MVP's body, first cloning it at least four times. One of the clones was given the identity of the late Michale van Patrick and sent back home.

Justice later took Cloud 9 to the van Patrick home as part of her therapy to visit with MVP's family. They were both shocked to find MVP seemingly alive and well.

The other three clones were given the names Michael, Van and Patrick, and together they formed the Scarlet Spiders. All three clones showed what Dr. Blitzschlag called strange behavior, seemingly connected to their genetic source. The clones seemed to be unaware of their origin, and called Dr. Blitzschlag their father.

Later a fourth clone was created. This clone refused the identity of "Ian" and called himself Michael van Patrick. Once connected with the alien weapon Tactigon, this clone received information about MVP's death and grew enraged. Dubbing himself KIA, the clone began acting revenge on the people he felt were to blame for his death, destroying two inactive clones in the process before going on a rampage in Camp Hammond.

Powers and Abilities


Due to a lifetime of a special revolutionary diet that was obtained in Brazil and special exercise, Michael Van Patrick had strength, endurance, and agility comparable to Captain America.

Strength level

Peak human strength.


Lost scholarship due to the fact his great-grandfather was the man who created the Super-Soldier Serum and the fact that MVP's powers might have been derived from said serum.


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