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Artist: Ray Stevens

Album: Misty

Appears On (Mixes): Past The Barber and Gymnasium

Song Notes: I think this is the only Grammy-winning song on here. Ray Stevens won a Grammy for "Best Arranger" in 1975 on this arrangement. The song was originally by the Erroll Garner Trio, though many people recorded it. I love this version of it; the banjo stuff on it is really cool, and so are the fiddles. Ray Stevens wrote a lot of his own stuff; he's mostly known for his novelty songs like "Ahab the Arab" or "The Streak", but he also wrote "Everything Is Beautiful". Oddly enough, Ray Stevens also had a cut on "Sunday Morning Coming Down", but it didn't do anything chart-wise (though that wouldn't be his only Kris Kristofferson song; he also recorded a novelty cover of "Help Me Make It Through The Night", which did much better, sales-wise). - Rev. Syung Myung Me


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From Muppet Wiki

Written by 
Music by  Erroll Garner
Lyrics by 
Date  1954
Publisher  Octave Music Publishing Corp.

Liberace plays "Misty" as part of his concert for the birds in the closing number of episode 309 of The Muppet Show.

"Misty" was originally written as a jazz instrumental and lyrics were added later by Johnny Burke.

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Final Fantasy

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From Final Fantasy Wiki

Final Fantasy VI Enemy
Japanese ミスティ
Romaji Misuti
SNES Name Dahling
PS Name Dahling
GBA Name Misty

Misty is an enemy in the game Final Fantasy VI. It is fought behind the "Picture of a lovely lady." It can Blind characters using Eyeshadow and can also use Fira, Blizzara, Thundara, Silence, and Cura when alone.

Picture of a lovely lady.

Related enemies

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From Grand Theft Wiki

Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto Advance
Full name: Misty


Place of birth: Liberty City
Home: Portland Island, Liberty City
Staunton Island, Liberty City
Hepburn Heights, Portland Island, Liberty City
Nationality: American
Affiliations: 8-Ball
Asuka Kasen
Luigi Goterelli
Mickey Hamfists
Joey Leone
Businesses: Prostitution
Voiced by: Kim Gurney

Misty is a recurring character in the Grand Theft Auto series appearing in Grand Theft Auto III (set in 2001) and Grand Theft Auto Advance (set in 2000 and 2001). She is a prostitute working for Luigi Goterelli at his nightclub, Luigi's Sex Club 7, in the Red Light District of Portland Island, Liberty City. She is voiced by Kim Gurney in GTA III and is unvoiced in GTA Advance. Kim Gurney has also provided voices for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.


Character history

Misty was born and raised in Liberty City and began working as a prostitute at some point before 2000. Mike drives Misty and two other female prostitutes to "high-rolling" clients, on orders from 8-Ball, in an attempt to find out information about the death of Vinnie. She later moves to Staunton Island and begins working for Yakuza co-leader Asuka Kasen, meeting Mike again when is sent by Asuka to deal with a pimp who had been stalking some of her girls.

By 2001 she has returned to living on Portland Island, living in an apartment complex in Hepburn Heights, and begun to work for Luigi Goterelli at his club, Luigi's Sex Club 7 in the Red Light District. She has also become the "regular girl" of prominent Leone Family member and mechanic Joey Leone, an associate of Goterelli's. She first meets Claude when he is sent to pick her up from Sweeney General Hospital and return her to the club. Claude and Misty meet once more when he drives her to Joey Leone's garage in Trenton. The two meet on one final occasion, when Claude is employed by Joey Leone to kill Mike Forelli, a prominent member of the Forelli Family.


  • During the missions Luigi's Girls and Drive Misty For Me, the player can have Misty attack other non-playable characters by attacking them. Misty also makes statements such as "Leave me alone! Hey!".
  • Misty is viewed as something of a mascot for Grand Theft Auto III due to her prominent role in the games promotion.
  • A bar name Misty's appears in San Fierro in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, which may be a reference to Misty.

Mission appearances

GTA Advance


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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Also called Misty, Free-to-Play area
Capital Varrock
Cities and
Varrock, Lumbridge, Draynor Village, Barbarian Village, Paterdomus, Edgeville
Members Only No, besides Paterdomus
No. of Banks 9 (2 members only)
No. of Altars 5 (1 members only)
Teleportation Varrock Teleport, Lumbridge Home Teleport, Amulet of Glory (Draynor Village), Skull Sceptre, Lumbridge Teleport, Combat Bracelet (Champions' Guild), Skills Necklace (Cooks' Guild) ,cabbage port
Guilds Champions' Guild, Cooks' Guild
Peaks Silvarea (bordering Morytania)
Inhabitants/Race Human, Goblin
Location on World map
Asgarnia Misthalin Morytania
Kharidian Desert
Symbol of Misthalin.

The Kingdom of Misthalin is a major kingdom within the world of RuneScape, and is ruled by King Roald III and Queen Ellamaria. Misthalin is the most powerful human nation and by far the oldest, having existed since the late Fourth age, and its capital, Varrock, having existed in some form since soon after the end of the God Wars. Misthalin's primary economic activities are Smithing, Mining, and trading. It is divided in half by the River Lum, and its eastern border with Morytania is the River Salve. Most of its territory exists as F2P areas. Contrary to popular belief, both Edgeville and the Barbarian Village are towns within Misthalin (rather than Asgarnia).



Varrock, the capital of Misthalin.

In order of size:


The Kingdom of Misthalin can be considered some what of a constitutional monarchy, because while the nation is run by a monarch (King Roald), other state representatives/governors (such as Duke Horacio, who likely rules as a local leader to the areas of Lumbridge and Draynor)are apparent. It is a free country, with many open policies while still having a semi-strict and strongly enforced bill of laws, for rights and defence. It can be considered somewhat of a theocracy, because Saradominism is a large staple of the nation's decisions, morals, and image.


First Age

It was during the First Age that Gielinor was created by Guthix. Nothing is known of the role of Misthalin during this time. It is often accepted that Misthalin never even existed at that point of time.

Second Age

Little is known of the early Second Age. By the end of this age, Misthalin was divided into two - northern areas were part of Zaros' kingdom, including two of the larger cities, Senntisten and Paddewwa. Southern areas of Misthalin were part of The Myriad civilisation. The Myriad was also favored by Guthix, although during the Second Age, Guthix was in deep slumber.

Third Age: God Wars

Misthalin suffered heavily during the Third Age, as this was the era of the God Wars. However, Misthalin did not suffer as badly as the Wilderness, as the Myriad civilisation was utterly destroyed. Their remnants can be seen as Light Creatures within the Lumbridge Swamp Caves. Zaros' kingdom was destroyed, and Senntisten was overtaken by Zamorak, a general who overthrew Zaros' rule. However, Saradominists destroyed Senntisten, and rebuilt a city of their own onto its ruins, naming it Saranthium.

Fourth Age

Main article: History of Varrock
The River Salve.

During the Fourth Age, Saranthium rapidly fell into ruin within the first hundred years. The area now known as Misthalin was densely forested in the north, and was inhabited only by nomads, barbaric Humans, and Goblins. In the year 700, travellers found a baby alone near an area where Varrock is currently located. They took it as a good omen and set up a permanent village there, known as Avarrocka. What follows is the Legend of Arrav. After the initial troubles with Goblins, a peace treaty was agreed upon, and Avarrocka prospered thereafter. Other permanent settlements eventually began to appear. Avarrocka was originally ruled by a council known as the Elders of Avarrocka, but this eventually changed to a monarchy, ruled by a king. By around the year 1000, the surrounding tribes all paid homage to Avarrocka, and this was the start of Misthalin.

Over time, Misthalin became stronger and better organised. In the year 1100, however, Lord Lowerniel Vergidiyad Drakan declared war on Misthalin. His hordes pored over the River Salve, and had soon conquered the lands east of Avarrocka. Drakan's forces were stopped, but the captured territories were not reclaimed. Over the next 100 years, Drakan gradually advanced, until he almost had Avarrocka under siege. However, he was defeated by the army led by the Seven Priestly Warriors. After the war was over, they blessed the river Salve, so that supporters of Drakan could never again cross-over.

Throughout the middle of the Fourth Age, humans in general became more civilised. This was beneficial to Misthalin, as they soon established trade links with Asgarnia and other fiefs on Crandor and Entrana. Eventually, Asgarnia fell into ruin, and petty individual kingdoms arose in its place. Misthalin became increasingly strong despite this.

In the year 1777, many settlers from Misthalin crossed the river Salve, into Morytania. They were all either: wiped out, or enslaved by Drakan, although records do not show exactly when, or how. Many more settlements became established in Misthalin over the next two centuries. It was in the year 1937, during the reign of King Claudius, that Polonius was granted the land north of the swamps by the mouth of the River Lum, and became the first Duke of Lumbridge.

Fifth Age

An example of a runestone.

During the Fifth Age, after the discovery of runestones, humans rapidly became dominant. Misthalin became ever more powerful, and Asgarnia was soon re-established. Now that humans were not continually worrying about war and conflict, they began to develop their culture and living standards. One of the greatest works in Varrock were the sewers. They were completed in the reign of King Botolph, in the year 20. It was also in this year that the demon Delrith attacked Varrock, but was defeated by Wally.

The greatest catastrophe of the Fifth Age was when the Fremennik tribes launched the Runecrafting Crusades, on and off between the years 42 and 70. The Imcando dwarfs were wiped out almost entirely. The barbarians gave up, and settled down after their chieftain was killed. When the Wizard's Tower was burnt down by powerful Zamorakian mages, many secrets of the Magic were lost, and the runestones fell into short supply.

In the year 139, the city state of Crandor was destroyed by the dragon Elvarg. This "scared" the government of Misthalin, and affected the economy negatively, as much of the trade had been conducted with Crandor. In the year 143, the Shield of Arrav was stolen from the Varrock Museum by an organised crime syndicate known as the Phoenix Gang. They fought over it, each rival faction in the gang taking half after it was broken. The break away group called themselves the Black Arm Gang. Though King Roald II issued a proclamation promising 1,200 coins to whoever returned it, it was only recently recovered.

In the year 154, Varrock was attacked by an undead army commanded by the Mahjarrat Lucien but was immediately defeated. In the year 169, the government renovated the ruins of Paddewwa, naming the town Edgeville.

Notable areas




Quests in Misthalin




  • Not everyone can agree as to whether Al-Kharid is actually part of Misthalin, however, the RuneScape Game Guide shows Al Kharid to be part of the Kharidian Desert, rather than Misthalin.
  • It is unknown why Varrock has its own heraldic set, since it is considered to be part of the territory of Misthalin.

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From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Misty Tredwell

Misty Tredwell




Misuti Rora


Misty Tredwell

Alternate names

Misty Lola

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 029

Appears in

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's





Seiyū (Japanese)
Voice actor(s) (English)

Misty Tredwell, known as Misty Lola in the Japanese version, is a character from Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's. She is a fashion model, who can read someone based on their facial appearance. She was a member of the Dark Signers with the Lizard dark mark, but was brought back to life following Goodwin's defeat.



Prior to debut

On her birthday, Misty received a locket from her brother Toby with a picture of both of them inside.

Having learnt of Akiza Izinski's had psychic powers like him, Toby told Misty how he would like to visit the Arcadia Movement. Having heard bad things about that organization, Misty initially disapproves, but allows him to go anyway.

Unfortunately, Toby was killed during one of Sayer's tests. His body was later found at the Daimon Area, causing Misty to believe he had been killed by the Black Rose. Upon seeing her brother's body, Misty became so shocked from that incident she lost focus while driving her car and drove it into the ocean.

She was taken to the hospital, where she lingered in a catatonic state. As she was about to die the Earthbound Immortal Ccarayhua appeared to her to save her from death. This was the beginning of her transformation into a Dark Signer. At the time, Misty did not understand what happened, but the creature that saved her instructed her to kill the servant of the Crimson Dragon, Black Rose Dragon.

Misty sought revenge against the Arcadia Movement for Toby's death. Although a police investigation was carried out on the Arcadia Movement, it consisted of a mere police interview. Misty believes little was done because the Arcadia Movement has information Sector Security wants to be kept private.

Dark Signers

Misty was present at the Atlas Rising premiere. Here she is seen walking through the celebrity red carpet. Misty spots and takes interest in Carly Carmine. She even talks to her when she is rushing down to the hospital to question Jack Atlas. Her mysterious words creep Carly out, as her reading results to be like an omen of death.

Carly arrives at the hotel where Misty is residing. Misty encounters her and invites her in. Carly found out about Misty while researching the Arcadia Movement that her younger brother had been killed by the same organization. Misty confirms this and vows that she will definitely make the Black Rose, Akiza Izinski, pay for what she did to her brother.

Misty's prediction of Carly's death comes true, but Carly is spared, as she transforms into a Dark Signer. The ground then shakes violently as the transformation takes effect, alerting Misty, who then proceeds to the Arcadia Movement building to face Akiza.

While Akiza is searching for Sayer, she is confronted by Misty. Misty is honored that Akiza knew who she was and tells her that she too is familiar with her, the Black Rose. Although Misty tells her that she's seeking revenge, Akiza doesn't know what she means. Misty believes her to be in denial. After Akiza asks "who are you?", Misty identifies herself as a Dark Signer and says they are destined to fight.

Misty as a Dark Signer.

Misty transforms into her Dark Signer regalia and begins the Shadow Duel, causing the Lizard geoglyph to form around the building. Akiza Summons "Black Rose Dragon", proving to Misty that she is a Signer. Shortly after saying she is avenging her brother, who was killed by Akiza, she Summons "Earthbound Immortal Ccarayhua", sacrificing hundreds of residents inside the geoglyph to do so. The Duel is canceled as the building begins to fall apart and Sayer is thrown down the center of the building, due to Carly and Sayer's Shadow Duel.

Misty finds Carly crying as she prepares to leave the building. Misty tells her that she has been chosen by the Earthbound Immortal, saying that her death and subsequent revival as a Dark Signer was already destined to occur, which proceeds to upset Carly even more to which she says that all of this is hard to take in all at once. Devack then arrives in a helicopter to pick up the two Dark Signers.

After Roman's Shadow Duel against Yusei concludes, Misty arrives along with the rest of her comrades, as the final battle between them and the Signers is about to unfold.

Misty waited for Akiza at the Original Enerdy Reactor's Lizard control unit, in an abandoned theme park. She is the last of the Dark Signers standing, when Akiza arrives. She guides Akiza into a hall of mirrors, where their Duel takes place.

During the Duel, Misty's geoglyph does not appear, and Akiza's birthmark doesn't react. Misty faces Akiza through the mirrors in the hall. Throughout the Duel, she explains what she believes to be the story of Toby's death, and subsequently her death as a resurrection, using her "Sad Story" cards to symbolize the events.

Akiza becomes tormented with the guilt and loses the will to continue the Duel. However, Sayer appears and saves Akiza from landing into a shard of shattered glass. He manipulates Akiza's mind and reawakens her Black Rose persona. Misty continues to inflict more damage to Akiza, who doesn't even flinch. The Black Rose Summons "Black Rose Dragon", shattering every mirror in the vicinity. With the mirrors gone, Misty confronts her opponent face-to-face.

Misty continues the duel against the Black Rose and Summons "Earthbound Immortal Ccarayhua".

Yusei arrives and manages to trick Sayer into confessing that he was responsible for Toby's death. After Sayer tells her that Toby was weak and useless, Misty's heart is filled with anger, fueling Ccarayhua to approach Sayer, grab him with its tongue and devour him. With Sayer dead, this time for good, Misty states that she has finally avenged her brother.

Misty vanishes, at peace with Akiza

Misty apologizes to Akiza and tries to surrender the duel. However Ccarayhua disallows it and takes control of her. Possessed, Misty proceeds to duel Akiza, who defends herself. Misty's spirit encourages Akiza to end the Duel and to protect the world as a Signer. Akiza proceeds the win the Duel, causing Misty to vanish. As she disappears, Misty leaves her locket, containing a picture of herself and Toby, and her final words are "Now, Akiza... protect this world, as a Signer! Please... remember us".

Return to normal

Misty upon coming back to life

When Rex is defeated in the final battle, and the King of the Underworld is destroyed, Misty is restored to life, along with the other Dark Signers except for Roman and Goodwin himself.

Misty returning to her previous career of being a supermodel

However, Misty has no memory of when she became a Dark Signer. She returned to her career as a fashion model after, and sent a photo postcard from Paris to Akiza.


Opponent Outcome
Akiza Izinski Interrupted
Akiza Izinski Lose

Misty uses a Reptilianne Deck which focuses on the Field Spell Savage Colosseum, which forces both player's monsters to attack, and the effect of the powerful "Reptilianne Gorgon", which renders her opponent's monsters helpless by reducing their ATK to 0 and unable to change battle positions. In episode 60, her Deck is revolved around Sad Story Continuous Spell Cards that completely lockdown both players Draw Phase and around the Summoning of Bad End Queen Dragon. Her Earthbound Immortal card is "Earthbound Immortal Ccarayhua".

Anime Deck
Tag Force 4 Deck
Tag Force 4 Deck (Dark Signer Deck)

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