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Episode image.
Series: Voyager
Story by: David Zabel
Teleplay by: David Zabel and Kenneth Biller
Directed by: Mike Vejar
Production information
Episode no.: 6x10
Production no.: 230
First aired: 1 December 1999
Date: 2376



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Previous episode:
The Voyager Conspiracy
Voyager episode produced Next episode:
Fair Haven
Previous episode:
The Voyager Conspiracy
Voyager episode aired Next episode:
Fair Haven
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
A Stitch in Time
Pocket Next Adventure:
Uninvited Admirals

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

Prefix Title earned by gaining +20,000 (Kindly) faction with the Tunarian Alliance in Elddar Grove.

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics
requirements: Level 6, Endurance 6, Outdoorsman 40%
ranks: 2
benefit: World map travel time reduced by 25% per rank
J.E. Sawyer's Fallout RPG
requirements:  ?
ranks:  ?
benefit:  ?

Pathfinder is a Fallout, Fallout 2, J.E. Sawyer's Fallout Role-Playing Game and Fallout Tactics Perk.

The Pathfinder is better able to find the shortest route. With this Perk, your travel time on the World Map is reduced by 25% for each level.

The Fallout 2 manual erroneously states that the Outdoorsman requirement is 60%.

Behind the scenes

The picture for pathfinder is an obvious reference to The Flash.

Perks of Fallout
Perks of Fallout 2
Perks of Fallout Tactics

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Guild Wars

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From GuildWiki

Cartographer (also commonly known as "Explorer") is a character-based title that you can display for prestige. There are three separate cartographer titles, one for each continent: Tyrian Cartographer, Canthan Cartopgraher, and Elonian Cartographer.

Cartographer title track

Tyrian/Canthan/Elonian Cartographer 
Character- and campaign-specific, based on how much of the Tyrian, Canthan, or Elonian map is explored.
Rank Title  % of continent explored
1 Explorer 60%
2 Pathfinder 70%
3 Trailblazer 80%
4 Cartographer 90%
5 Master Cartographer 95%
6 Grandmaster Cartographer 100%


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Marvel Database

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Nick Rodriquez

Nick Rodriquez (Earth-616)
Real Name
Nick Rodriquez




Base Of Operations



Unusual Features
As Pathfinder, Rodriquez was larger than average humans.



Magickally enhanced human

First appearance
Last appearance



Nick Rodriquez worked as a navigator for Northstar Airways, under Madelyne Pryor. His plane was struck down by unusual atmospherics which heralded the creation of a magickal fountain, the Fire Fountain. The crew and their passengers, an environmental survey group, were all transformed into superhuman beings.

When Alpha Flight and the X-Men came to investigate, Pathfinder worked with Wolverine and Beastmaster to find the missing Alphan, Snowbird. However, Pathfinder and Beastmaster intended to kill Snowbird, putting her out of her misery as the FireFountain was poisonous to her and she would only suffer more. Beastmaster used his powers to control Wolverine, sending him away. When Wolverine returned (cured by Anodyne) he vowed to defend Snowbird to the death. In the battle for Snowbird's life, Logan had no choice but to kill Pathfinder.

Powers and Abilities


Pathfinder possesses the ability to track anything and find any "path." As well, he was physically far superior to normal humans.


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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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could refer to:
Disambiguation page: If you followed a link to Pathfinder that brought you here, you might want to go back and change it to link to a more specific title. (For example: Pathfinder (some other term), or choose from one of those listed above.)

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Vangaard Pathfinder
Production information

Vangaard Industries[1]


Vangaard Pathfinder[1]


Scout vessel[1]

Technical specifications

36 meters[1]

Maximum speed (atmosphere)

950 km/h[1]

Hyperdrive rating

x3, x15 backup[1]


Unique to Vaangard Pathfinder[1]

Sensor systems

Standard scout vessel package[1]

Navigation system

Navigation computer[1]


1 turret-mounted laser cannon[1]


1 or 2[1]

Minimum crew




Cargo capacity

100 metric tons, 40 cubic meters[1]


6 months[1]




Late Rise of the Empire era, Rebellion era, New Republic era[1]


Independent scouts[1]

The Vangaard Pathfinder was a scout vessel first produced by Vangaard Industries over sixty years before the formation of the New Republic. At the time, it was a cutting-edge scout vessel, one of the first ships of its size to include a hyperdrive and computer-assisted weapons systems.[1]

The Pathfinder was notable for the unique design of its shield generator. When the shields absorbed a hit, the energy absorbed was diverted to the ship's laser cannon, increasing its firepower. After three hits, however, the generator overloaded, and the ship's shields were unusable for a brief period of time. Some early models were actually destroyed due to explosions in their shield generators. Many scouts and pilots operating Pathfinders replaced their ships' shield generators with more conventional ones which were not prone to overload. Others elected to keep the original generators, either to save the 10,000 credit price of a rebuilt shield generator or to keep the damage-absorbing properties of its weapons systems.[1]

Although the problems with the shields led to Vangaard stopping production of the Pathfinder, it found success as a privately owned scout ship even as late as the New Republic era. It was inexpensive, had sufficient space for a scout's cargo and passengers, could operate for six standard months without supplies, and (except for the shields) was extremely reliable.[1]

The Atrivis Advancer was a Pathfinder owned by the Alliance to Restore the Republic.[2]


Notes and references

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Path Finder article)

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Path Finder is an Autobot from the Generation One continuity family.
Mighty robots! Path Finder is in the upper-left corner

Path Finder is one of six explorers from an alternate dimension, come to Cybertron and Earth to seek out a solution to a threat against their home. She has joined the Autobots, keeping their origins a secret, and communicates with Treds, the leader of the trio who have infiltrated the Decepticons. She is a high-ranking Guardian in her home dimension, a calm and rational leader with great wisdom.



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Path Finder, along with other displaced GoBots, somehow ends up at Axiom Nexus and is "processed". Transcendent: Part 1 Withered Hope


Generation One

  • G1 GoBots (Multi-pack, 2004)
    • Japanese ID number: 84
Path Finder is a redeco of the Mini Vehicle Cosmos toy, transforming into a flying saucer. She was only available in the Japanese e-Hobby exclusive G1 GoBots six-pack with Bad Boy, Bug Bite, Road Ranger, Small Foot, and Treds.


My wheels are out of alignment.
  • Path Finder is clearly intended to be the character from the Hanna-Barbera cartoon based on the Tonka GoBots line. Her name does not appear on any of the final product materials; the name was only given in an early Photoshopped promotional image from the e-Hobby website. The individual toys' names were dropped when Takara's legal department became concerned at how Bandai—the company that made the toys that would become the Tonka GoBots—would react to the names being used, despite the minimal chance of provable trademark infringement on Takara's part.
Cybertron needs women!
  • Path Finder's coloration comes from an early Japanese Transformers catalogue picture (right), which shows different colors for all of the 1985 Mini Vehicles than the final versions.
  • Unlike the Transformers, the GoBots were originally a race of organic humans who replaced much, but not all, of their bodies with machinery. Thus, Path Finder is a cyborg and not a true robot.

External links

  • TF Path Finder at
  • GoBots Path Finder at

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010
(Redirected to Pathfinder Badge article)

From City of Heroes Wiki

Image:badge_count_100.pngImage:V badge 100BadgesBadgeVillain.png


Your eye for exploration and achievement is recognized. You have earned 100 badges.


The hero and villain version of this badge have the same name and description. The only difference is the graphic used.

See Also

External Links

  • Pathfinder Badge at City Info Tracker
  • Pathfinder Badge at

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