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Memory-beta

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Madrigal was a drift-station located on the ocean surface of Pacifica, and served as home base for an oceanographic survey team head by Dr. Gillian Taylor circa 2310. (TOS short story: "The Hero of My Own Life")


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Madrigal is a type of song in Final Fantasy XI. There are two madrigals in the game: Sword Madrigal and Blade Madrigal. Both increase Accuracy of all party members within range. Sword Madrigal increases Accuracy by a lower amount than Blade Madrigal. The two songs would stack together, but as always, a player may only have two songs active and granted by the same Bard at any given time.


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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

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For the music piece from Myth, see Siege of Madrigal.

Madrigal was a thriving UNSC Outer Colony world in the 23 Librae system[1], and is the only planet within 23 Librae's habitable zone[2]. It was the closest world to Harvest in 2525[3], and in 2528 Madrigal followed Harvest to become the fourth known colony glassed by the Covenant.[4] Second Base and Green Hills were the two colonies lost just after Harvest fell. The survivors fled to the asteroids, nicknamed the Rubble, trailing the gas giant Hesiod[5].

The names of known residents of Madrigal indicate that it may have had a large Hispanic population.

Notable Residents

Trivia

  • Romeo spent the first four years of his life on Madrigal.
  • Madrigal was a city in Bungie's Myth series, as well in the Siege of Madrigal, a music piece from Myth. While the song had been in the Halo franchise as an Easter Egg for some time, it was only upon publication of Halo: Contact Harvest that its namesake became canon.
  • Most of Madrigal's population seemed to be of Latino or Hispanic descent. This may be connected to the fact that the planet is named after localities in Spain on Earth, such as Madrigal de las Altas Torres and Madrigal del Monte, municipalities in Castile and León and Madrid, Spain.
  • Ignatio Delgado and Maria Esquival were evacuated from the city of Nueva Lima when they were both 14 years old, immediately before the Madrigal was glassed. Their parents loaded them onto an Insurrectionist cargo ship containing many refugee children [6].
  • Thel Vadamee fought on Madrigal when the Covenant destroyed the UNSC Colony there[7].
  • Citizens of Madrigal are referred to as "Madrigali".[8]

Sources

  1. Halo: The Cole Protocol, Page 13
  2. Halo: The Cole Protocol, Page 155
  3. Halo: Contact Harvest, Page 24
  4. Halo: The Cole Protocol, Page 72
  5. Halo: The Cole Protocol, Page 11
  6. Halo: The Cole Protocol, Page 41
  7. Halo: The Cole Protocol, Page 146
  8. http://www.bungie.net/projects/odst/guide.aspx
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