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Memory-beta

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A cloaked Romulan minefield in 2152 (Minefield)

A mine is an anti-starship weapon that are deployed in regions of space to prevent attempts to travel across that region by enemy forces. Mines are usually small, unmanned devices that either explode on contact or are armed with proximity detectors.

In the 2150s, the Romulan Star Empire mined the borders of their space to protect them from enemy vessels. In 2152, the Enterprise (NX-01) accidentally entered a Romulan minefield and barely escaped, but suffered heavy damage. (ENT episode: "Minefield")

In the Delta Quadrant, the fiercely territorial Dresh were known to mine the borders of their territory to ward off potential trespassers. In 2371, the USS Voyager unwittingly entered a Dresh minefield and suffered moderate damage. (VOY short story: "Command Code")

In 2373, Starfleet deployed a large quantity of self-replicating mines around the Bajoran wormhole in order to stop anymore Dominion vessels from entering the Alpha Quadrant. When the Dominion forces arrived at Deep Space 9 to demand the removal of the mines, the Dominion War broke out. (DS9 episode: "Call to Arms")

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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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From Muppet Wiki

Written by  Linda Hayward
Illustrator  Norman Gorbaty
Published  1997
Publisher  Random House/Children's Television Workshop
Series  A Just Right Book
ISBN  0679883452

Mine! is a 1997 Sesame Street storybook featuring Ernie and Bert as toddlers.

Little Ernie and Little Bert learn how nice sharing can be after fighting over the use of their toys. Little Barkley also appears.

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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

Mines are the places where miners can retrieve ore.

X Y Iron Copp Brnz Kob Mang Tin Silv Baux Gold Railway Notes
-25 46   4 26 10 10 4 3 23 9 Yes Get there from [-26,41]
-23 24     30 15   32 29 28 15 Yes Also at [-25,24]
-22 32   5 3 9 8 3 5 6 19 Yes Brakmar Sewers
-15 -48                 8   Hidden mine, contains monsters
-11 -16             4       Contains monsters
-9 -12             4       Contains monsters
-6 24             4   2   /GetMad emote cave, the silver is in the room with the emote pedestal, which requires a group of 7 to be entered.
-6 5             4   2   /Weap emote cave, Bwork Camp, the silver is in the room with the emote pedestal, which requires a group of 5 to be entered.
-3 9 21 32 28 14 12 26 10   9 Yes Hidden mine (behind the tree in the left-hand corner of [-1,9]), contains Dark Miners
-2 -6             4   2   /Appl emote cave
-2 -5               19 11 Yes Also at [-3,-4], contains Dark Miner
-2 2                 2   Hidden mine
-2 4 23 4 6 5   12       Yes  
-2 17                 13   Ded Aleicar's cave, hidden mine
-1 33 16 2       1          
0 -3 25         1       Yes  
1 32 16 3 2 5   7          
4 1               4     /Wave emote, the silver is in the room with the emote pedestal, which requires a group of 7 to be entered.
4 28 10           4       Contains a level 60 aggro Boowolf
5 19 19 8 13 4 8 6 4   4 Yes Hidden mine
9 -23 11 7 5     9       Yes Astrub mine
10 -24 1 1         4   1   /Cross emote cave near Astrub, the silver is in the room with the emote pedestal, which requires a group and a code to be entered.
10 11             12       Requires 4 boar hair and 2 boar tusk to enter, contains a level 60-80 aggro Boowolf

Transportation

Since v1.17 there has been an underground Railway System between the mines. For a fee of 50 kamas, it allows you to travel through from mine to mine, although the destination is random and you always have to fight a mob of Dark Miners.

Map

This is a map of Dofus with all mines marked. Full size image.
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Fallout

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Mine can refer to:

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Final Fantasy

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

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A Mine, is an explosive device planted in strategic locations in order to do damage or deny territory to enemy forces. "Mine" may refer to the following:

Land mines

Space mines

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  1. Letter - Re:Antilon Mine


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about areas containing rocks. For the skill, see Mining.


Mines and mining sites are areas where ores for Mining can be found. These may be above ground (sites) or under ground (mines) and are scattered in fair number around Gielinor. Some of these locations are accessible only after certain quests are complete, some are members only.

Standard mines

The table below lists the mines that contain any of the 'standard' ore rocks: clay, copper, tin, iron, silver, coal, gold, mithril, adamantite, and runite. See 'Other mines' below for mines that contain other types of mineable rocks.

Mine names in italics are members-only mines.

Map Name or location Clay Copper Tin Iron Silver Coal Gold Mithril Adamantite Runite Notes and hazards
See the tour of the Abandoned Mine Abandoned Mine 2 14 12 8 26 11 18 Haunted Mine quest required. Levels 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6 have ore rocks.
Al Kharid mining site 3 1 9 5+1 3 2 2 2 Aka Chasm or Scorpion mine; has a rock slope which can be climbed with the proper Agility level. One of the rocks has a very long respawn time.
Legends' Guild mining site 11 13 Between East Ardougne and the Legends' Guild.
Ardougne sewers mine 5 5 In the central portion of the Ardougne Sewers.
South-east Ardougne mining site 6 4 On the approach to the Monastery (Kandarin) south of East Ardougne.
Battlefield mining site 3 Near the Ourania Cave south of West Ardougne.
Dondakan's mine 146 Between a Rock... quest required. Entry requires a Gold helmet. Mine is next to Keldagrim South-West Mine (see below for further useful details).
Barbarian Village mining site 5 4 Very few safe spots for low level miners as barbarians are aggressive; lacks copper ore needed for bronze
North-west Karamja mining site 10 On members side of Karamja island, north-west of Brimhaven near the rope swing to Moss Giant Island.
Brimhaven mining site 6 On members side of Karamja island, south-west of Brimhaven near the Brimhaven Dungeon entrance.
Coal Trucks 18 West of Seers' Village; coal trucks can hold up to 120 coal. Place coal in trucks near mine, then remove coal from trucks in shed near bank.
Crafting Guild mining site 6 6 7 Level 40 Crafting and a brown apron required for entry to the guild.
Desert Mining Camp surface mining site 4 4 3 4 In the Kharidian Desert at the Desert Mining Camp. The Tourist Trap quest required.
Desert Mining Camp underground mining site 4 5 6 In the Kharidian Desert under the Desert Mining Camp. The Tourist Trap quest required. The only mineable rocks are deep in the mine, with the tin on the final north-west branch and the others on the north-east branch.
Dorgeshuun mine 9 12 The Lost Tribe quest required. Must have Light source.
Dwarven Mine 5 11 10 9 11 2 2 3 Scorpions and King Scorpions are in the south-eastern section.
Edgeville dungeon mine 2 2 3 3 6 1 2 Skeletons and Hobgoblins in the mining area; other monsters on approaches to the mining area.
Evil Chicken's Lair mine 4 3 4 4 2 At the Evil Chicken's lair in north-west Zanaris. Partial completion of the Recipe for Disaster quest required. Black dragons!
East Fremennik Isles mining site 3 On the surface on the island due north of Jatizso.
West Fremennik Isles mining site 3 On the surface on the island due north of Jatizso.
Keldagrim entrance mining site 4 3 7 In Fremennik Province near the entrance to Keldagrim.
Grand Tree mine 9 8 4 11 4 4 3 The Grand Tree quest required; Giant bats.
Heroes' Guild mine 11 2 2 2 Hero's Quest required.
Bandit camp mining site (in the Wilderness) 16 20 22 8 Hobgoblins, Revenant hobgoblin, Level 32 Wilderness.
Lletya mining site 7 Players must pass through the dangerous forest of Isafdar to reach the mine.
Jatizso mine 11 7 8 15 10 On the island of Jatizso, west of the city. Ice trolls are in the northern half of the mine.
Karamja mining site 1 1 1 2 2 Also known as Nature altar mine because of its proximity to the entrance to that altar. In the centre of Karamja, north of Shilo Village.
Karamja Volcano mine 4 Skeletons.
Keldagrim north mine 8 10 2 In Keldagrim; after Forgiveness of a Chaos Dwarf quest.
Keldagrim north-east mine 9 In Keldagrim; The Giant Dwarf quest must at least be started.
Keldagrim south-west mine 2 5 4 5 1 In Keldagrim area. Some of the mine is across the river;pay the Dwarven Ferryman on south bank 2 coins to get there. Once there, the dwarven ferryman on the west bank will transport ore to the bank for you, at a cost of some of the ore.
Uzer mining site 10 In the Kharidian Desert north of Uzer. Considered very inconvenient because of its remote location and the Desert heat.
Nardah mining site 5 In the Kharidian Desert about half way between Pollnivneach and Sophanem. Considered inconvenient because of its location and the Desert heat.
Lava Maze Dungeon mine 1 In the Lava Maze Dungeon, surrounded by Black Dragons. In wilderness, so revenants can attack.
Lunar Isle Mine 6 7 In the north-east on Lunar Isle. Suqahs. Gems and essence can also be mined here.
Lumbridge Swamp training mining site 5 5 Near Lumbridge Swamp south-east of Lumbridge. Safe place for low level miners.
West Lumbridge Swamp mining site 7 5 2 ear Lumbridge Swamp south-west of Lumbridge. Higher level rocks than south-east mine.
Managing Miscellania mining site (9) Northern Miscellania. Players cannot keep coal mined here but instead can obtain coal from the kingdom. See Throne of Miscellania and Royal Trouble for details.
Miscellania and Etceteria Dungeon mine 4 Near homes in Miscellania & Etceteria Dungeon. Part of Royal Trouble must be completed before it can be accessed. Ore from this mine can be kept, unlike in the Miscellania coal mine.
Mining Guild 37 5 Entrance is in Falador. Level 60 mining required to enter guild.
North Crandor mining site 7 3 1 Travel through Karamja
Central Fremennik Isles mining site 7 1 Ice trolls on way to mine.
Pirates' Hideout mining site 1 4 4 1 Revenants. By the Pirates' Hideout in level 54 Wilderness!
Piscatoris mining site 2 2 2 3 South of the Piscatoris Fishing Colony.
Port Khazard mining site 2 2 2 At Port Khazard. Note that the ore rocks are in two locations. The Fight Arena mine is listed below.
Rellekka mining site 4 3 7 North-east of Rellekka.
Rimmington mining site 2 5 2 6 2 Near the house portal at Rimmington.
North Edgeville mining site 2 3 Skeletons, Revenants; Level 6 Wilderness.
Falador mining site 2 6 3 2 South of Taverley. Closest bank is Falador west bank, for players who can use the Agility shortcut at the broken portion of the western Falador city wall.
South Crandor mining site 3 7 3 Travel through Karamja
Mourner Tunnels mine 1 In the Temple of Light dungeon, accessible via the Mourners' headquarters in West Ardougne or via the Death altar. Mourning's Ends Part II quest required. Access via Teleport crystal after Within the Light quest. Dark beasts!
TzHaar City mine 3 3 In TzHaar City.
TzHaar mine 8 3 2 In tunnels found during TokTz-Ket-Dill quest (mineable after the quest).
South-east Varrock mining site 9 6 4 Also known as South-East Varrock Mine. Bears, Giant rats, and Unicorns nearby.
South-west Varrock mining site 3 8 3 3 Also known as South-West Varrock Mine. Muggers.
Southern wilderness mining site 34 Also known as Skeleton mine or Wilderness coal mine; Skeletons, Revenants; Level 9 Wilderness.
Lava Maze runite mining site 2 Revenants. Level 46 Wilderness!
Fight Arena mining site 4 2 7 9 1 2

North-east of Yanille. Although actually next to the Fight Arena and Port Khazard, it is commonly called the Yanille Mine, because Yanille has the closest full-service bank. (There is a bank deposit box in Port Khazard.) There are two Port Khazard mines listed above and this Fight Arena mine.

Other mines


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ST Expanded

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A mine is an explosive device that is deployed to destroy a target when it comes into contact or close proximity to the mine. When multiple mines are deployed within a certain area it is called a minefield.

This article is a stub. Please help STEU by expanding it.

Types of mines

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

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Imperial atmospheric mine

A mine was any explosive designed to be concealed and detonated whenever enemies were nearby. There were hundreds of different varieties of mine made by a variety of manufacturers.

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Anti-personnel mines

Description

There were several different types of anti-personnel mine. Most were triggered by physical pressure, such as a footstep. Other mines used a beam projector attached to a shaped charge that triggered when the beam was broken. Still other varieties used timers or motion sensors.

Known anti-personnel mine types

Anti-vehicular mines

Description

Some varieties of anti-vehicular mine were triggered by similar methods as anti-personnel mines. However, many varieties contained circuitry that allowed them to distinguish between vehicles and infantry, allowing infantry to lure vehicles to their certain doom. E-mag mines detect repulsorlift fields and trigger in the presence of such a field. Many other mines used proximity mines, such as the variety placed in the Naboo waterways during the Battle of Naboo by the Trade Federation. Luke Skywalker later planted an anti-vehicle mine on an AT-AT during the Battle of Hoth, successfully destroying it.

Known anti-vehicular mine types

Sky mines

Long after the invention of terrestrial land mines, sky mines were developed. Some mines were stationary, held by in place by cables. Others, such as Arakyd's atmospheric mines drifted until they detected any enemy craft, which they then would pursue and attack. Wilhuff Tarkin was known to use mines of this variety in his attack on Zonama Sekot.

Moving mine

Some mines were capable of moving, probably by some sort of engine installed in them.

Space mines

Other mines

Appearances

  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
  • "At Your Service" (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars: Starfighter
  • Star Wars: Battlefront
  • Star Wars: Battlefront II
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes
  • Star Wars: Lethal Alliance
  • Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron
  • Star Wars Empire: In the Shadows of Their Fathers
  • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (First appearance)
  • Dark Forces
  • Dark Forces: Jedi Knight
  • I, Jedi
  • Young Jedi Knights: Return to Ord Mantell
  • Star by Star
  • Ylesia
  • Star Wars Legacy 4: Noob

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