Overkill: Misc


Final Fantasy

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From Final Fantasy Wiki

An Overkill

Overkill is a game element in Final Fantasy X that occurs when the character defeats a fiend or other enemy with excessive force. When this occurs, the player will be notified by a symbol listing the term before the fiend dissipates into pyreflies. "Overkilled" enemies are nearly always worth more AP, and may result in more Gil and better items. For example, the Area Creation Don Tonberry will drop three Farplane Winds or a Dark Matter. If Don Tonberry is Overkilled, however, then he will drop six Farplane Winds or two Dark Matters.

It is a good strategy to always strive for Overkills, as the extra items and AP will make your party stronger, which will make subsequent overkill easier to get.

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

Overkill Medal may refer to:

This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. If an article link referred you here, you might want to go back and fix it to point directly to the intended page.

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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

This is the Overkill disambiguation page.

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

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010
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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the comic book. You may be looking for the starship Moomo Williwaw, known during its design phase as "Overkill".
Boba Fett: Overkill

Thomas Andrews


Francisco Ruiz Velasco


Michael David Thomas

Cover artist

Adam Hughes


Randy Stradley

Publication information

Dark Horse Comics

Publication date

April 12, 2006



General information

9 months ABY




Publisher's summary

Boba Fett rockets onto the scene with blasters blazing in this stand-alone story featuring the galaxy’s greatest bounty hunter taking on a dangerous contract that proves deadly for all involved!

Summoned to settle the score between two warring factions, Fett quickly shows his employers the importance of always choosing the right tool for the job, and the folly of underestimating just how much damage and chaos a single Mandalorian can inflict. Once unleashed, Fett's drive to finish the job is unshakable, and both groups quickly realize they’re dealing with a bigger and much deadlier mutual problem—one that must be stopped before it obliterates everything!

Don’t miss this essential piece of the Boba Fett mythos written by Thomas Andrews (Star Wars: Empire) and illustrated with the eye-popping art of Francisco Ruiz Velasco (Lone Wolf 2100).

Plot summary

On the Imperial backwater world of Troska, the local Imperial authorities are clashing with the local government. As the over-ambitious Commander Buzk argues with Prince Torino Kyber over the latest in a series of fuel blockades, one young lieutenant named Manech decides to take matters into his own hands. Unbeknownst to his superiors, Manech has hired the legendary Boba Fett to deal with the planet's rebellious Royal Family. After destroying one of their fuel refineries and killing their crown prince, it is apparent they may soon have a war on their hands. Upon finding out about Manech's scheme, Buzk scrambles fighters in an attempt to make it to the Kyber Palace before Fett, but he is too late. Fett subdues the royals in time for the TIEs to arrive and finish the job. Afterward, an Imperial Admiral arrives to congratulate Manech with a promotion to Sector Commander, and to arrest Buzk for his abuse of Imperial authority.


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  • Boba Fett: Man with a Mission

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Star Wars Fanon

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Production information

Corellian Engineering Corporation


Corellian gunship



Technical specifications

120 meters



Maximum speed (atmosphere)

1,500 km/h

Hyperdrive rating
  • Class 1
  • Backup Class 10

1,875 SBD (redundant overlapping generators)


Durasteel alloy plating w/impervium coating (rated at 1,875 RU)

Sensor systems

Advanced long- and short-range sensor arrays

  • False transponder (reads as Brayl-class bulk freighter
  • Sensor cloak
  • Turbolaser batteries (15)
  • Quad pulse laser cannon turrets (15)
  • Heavy ion cannon batteries (15)
  • Point-defense pulse laser cannons (15)
  • Proton torpedo launchers (8 fore, 4 port/starboard, 4 aft)
    • 30 high-yield torpedoes each, standard load
  • Crew (45)
  • Gunners (40)
Minimum crew




Cargo capacity

300 metric tons


8 months

Other systems
  • 8 escape pods
  • HoloComm transceiver
  • Corvette
  • Capital-scale Gunship
  • New Republic era
  • New Jedi Order era

Overkill was a Corellian DP20 gunship, commanded by New Republic advisors assigned to Wayland's Wilders. It was originally captained by Kal Wierago, but following his transfer to Warlock, his executive officer, Layn Torve, took over her bridge.

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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Specifics: Toy and cassette mode
Overkill is a Decepticon Mini-Cassette in the Generation One continuity family.
"When we take over Cybertron, I'm gonna have a whole harem of girl-bots! Blue ones, red ones.."

As you might guess from the name, Overkill is all about excess. Sometimes this works to his advantage, such as when his endless tirades and theatrics distract his foes in combat. Sometimes excess works to his disadvantage, such as when he gets so caught up in showing off that he becomes distracted in combat. And sometimes it just makes him look silly, swinging and blasting at a fallen foe long after the fight has ended.

Though he talks a better game than he fights, Overkill's dinosaur mode is strong enough to be a decent threat... except when the circuits that control his size-change from cassette to dinosaur malfunction (as they are wont to do) and he finds himself stuck as an audiotape-sized dino. Awwww!

French name (Canada): Mâchoire ("Jaw")



Cartoon continuity

Voice actor: N/A
Oh so crucial to the plot.

Overkill was one of the many "primitive" Transformers who answered the call put forth by Primacron's assistant in response to the threat posed by Tornedron. Call of the Primitives

(Note: Overkill is seen ejecting from Soundwave's chest in response to the call, and then promptly disappears, as does Slugfest. Assuming the two of them boarded Trypticon with the group, it is possible that they simply stayed inside of him for the remainder of the episode.)

Headmasters manga

After the Decepticons abandoned Earth, Soundblaster remained behind with his cassettes. He jumped the Witwicky family out of nowhere, and had Overkill and Slugfest keep them hostage while he taunted their protector, Chromedome. While his back was turned, though, Overkill and Slugfest were overwhelmed and defeated by Daniel Witwicky.

Daniel Witwicky.

Devil's Due G.I. Joe vs the Transformers comics continuity

As part of Serpent O.R.'s Decepticon forces, Overkill attempted to prevent Optimus Prime and a group of Joes from escaping Decepticon headquarters. While trying to devour Hawk (and bragging about his future girl-bot harem), Overkill was violently blinded by Snake-Eyes and incapacitated. The Art of War, Part 5


In a gambit to counter a string of humiliating defeats by Grimlock, Overkill's leader had this new body built for Overkill. Overkill's chronic failure to grow larger in robot mode had become a permanent condition, sidelining him from the battlefield. This new body carries an armored interface housing in its chest allowing Overkill to be inserted in cassette mode, effectively overcoming his disability. (Summarized from the Botcon 2007 Custom Class booklet.)


Formerly bound to Soundwave as a partner and slave, Overkill was often overlooked by enemy and ally alike. Recently, however, he has overcome his diminutive size, reinstating his cerebro-circuitry in a larger, more dangerous body. Now, he is free to indulge his destructive whims, stomping cars flat, snapping tractor trailers in half in his jaws, and being generally terrifying.


Generation One

  • Slugfest and Overkill (Mini-Cassettes, 1987)
Overkill was only available with his partner, Slugfest, and transforms from a blue and white microcassette into what his cardback bio calls a "Tyrannosaurus" (the actual toy more resembles a ceratosaur, with a prominent nose-horn T. rex lacks.). He has two non-firing chromed "motion missile" weapons which attach to his robot-dino mode.
  • Overkill (Cassettron, 1987)
Japanese ID number: D-109
In Japan, Overkill was available only by himself. Like all Japanese releases of the cassettes, he also came with a clear-plastic "tape case" to store in.


Me Grimlo—er, Overkill not kisser!
  • Overkill (BotCon 2007 customization class)
This repaint of Classics Grimlock was only available in the customization class at BotCon 2007. Parts were provided, but the individuals taking the class had to assemble and paint the toy.


  • Overkill (Universe Special Edition 2008)
Again a redeco of Classics Grimlock, this release of the figure has a different deco than the Timeline's version, adhering much closer to the G1 toy's original deco. It is available as an exclusive at Hasbro's online toy shop.

External links

  • Overkill at TFU.info
  • Overkill's Universe profile at NTFA.net

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Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

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Attribute: Spell Cards Image:Spell.png
Property: Continuous Image:Continuous.png
Card Lore: When a monster you control destroys a monster your opponent controls, and the difference between the attacking and defending monsters<' ATK is 1000 or more, remove the card from play.
Sets with this Card: Spark of Radiance
Card Limit: Unlimited
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