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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From DC Database

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This is the Predator disambiguation page.

It serves to clarify the difference between several closely named or closely related articles.
A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes


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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Category:Predator article)

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

Scout (spells)
Predator (AAs) (spells)
 - Assassin (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Ranger (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)

Subcategories

This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Predator may refer to:


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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

A Predator in GTA III.

The Predator is a police assault boat that the police and the a player may use. It has appeared in the following games:

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Description

The Predator is apparently a speedboat designed to serve local police departments, but its performance is typically slightly inferior to even the most basic of speedboats such as the Speeder. However, the Predator is a unique in that it has built-in .50 caliber machine guns on both sides of the hull, thus giving the player the ability to destroy any other boat directly in front of them; however, the guns are also revealed to seize briefly after prolonged firing, implying it is reloading ammunition.

Being a police boat, the Predator will appear if the player has a wanted level and is on water. Despite being a police vehicle, the Predator does not have Vigilante Missions associated with it. In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, an officer will be on the roof of the boat and will shoot the player if they have, at least, a two star Wanted Level. The Predator has been seen driving around San Fierro Bay if the player has no wanted level or lock stars cheat activated.

In GTA Liberty City Stories, LCPD never employs these boats to pursue the player.

In GTA IV, the Predator doesn't have the built-in machine guns, which are replaced by officers on the back who will shoot the player with M4 Carbine assault rifles, regardless of their wanted level. It is possible that they'll be more aggressive if the wanted level is higher.

Variant

The Predator serves as the basis of another boat in GTA III, known as the Ghost (Missing). Appearing only in the mission Gone Fishing, the Ghost sports an entirely blue (PS2 version) or black (PC version) body and lacks the twin machine guns of the Predator.

Locations

GTA III
GTA Vice City

GTA Liberty City Stories

  • In the docks located at the Yakuza Condos in Newport.

See also


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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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All of the Halo 3 Armor Permutations.

Armor Permutations are a feature in Halo 3 and in Halo 3: ODST which let players customize their Multiplayer character's armor to their liking. In Halo 3, this feature allows players to change the helmet, shoulders and chest armor pieces worn by their multiplayer character. Players also have the option of choosing between being a Spartan or Elite in Multiplayer.

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SPARTAN Armor Permutations

There is a wide variety of SPARTAN II armor permutations in Halo 3. Eleven helmets, eight shoulder pieces and eight chest pieces for a total of 5,632 different SPARTAN II armor permutation possibilities: One helmet, two shoulder pieces and one chest piece per permutation, not including the Bungie Armor Chest piece. It should be noted the Rogue, Mark V, and ODST armour only have helmet pieces and Security armour has both helmet and shoulder pieces but is in the absence of a chest permutation. The HAYABUSA Project includes the HAYABUSA and Katana permutations.

Elite Armor Permutations

There are a wide variety of Elite armor permutations with 5 helmets, 5 shoulder pieces and 5 chest pieces for a total of 15 different Elite armor permutations: One helmet, two Shoulder pieces, and one Chest piece per permutation and 625 possible combinations with all pieces in consideration.

Unlocking Permutations

Spartan Armor Permutations
Chest Shoulder Helmet
Mark VI (Starter) (Starter) (Starter)
CQB (Starter) (Starter) (Starter)
EVA Beat Tsavo Highway (Normal) Beat The Ark (Normal) Campaign Complete: Normal
EOD Beat Tsavo Highway (Legendary) Beat The Ark (Legendary) Campaign Complete: Legendary
Hayabusa Collect 6 skulls Collect 9 skulls Collect all 13 skulls
Katana Complete 49 achievements and get 1000+ Gamerscore N/A N/A
Bungie Bungie employees only N/A N/A
Security N/A Get 750 Gamerscore Get 1000 Gamerscore
Recon Complete the Vidmaster Challenges. Complete the Vidmaster Challenges. Complete the Vidmaster Challenges.
Scout Too Close to the Sun Get the Achievement Mongoose Mowdown Get the Achievement Used Car Salesman
ODST N/A N/A Become a Spartan Graduate
Mark V N/A N/A Become a UNSC Spartan
Rogue N/A N/A Become a Spartan Officer
Sangheili Armor Permutations
Combat (Starter) (Starter) (Starter)
Assault (Starter) (Starter) (Starter)
Flight Beat Tsavo Highway (Heroic) Beat The Ark (Heroic) Campaign Complete: Heroic
Ascetic Get the Achievement Up Close and Personal Get the Achievement Overkill Get the Achievement Steppin' Razor
Commando Get the Achievement Triple Kill Halo 3 Auto-Updates/Steppin' Razor[1]

Get the Achievement Overkill

ODST Permutations

Choosing not to wear a helmet will not effect gameplay.

Halo 3: ODST features armor customization, though it is not as complex as Halo 3's. One can play as each member of the squad having their own unique aesthetic armor. Players can choose primary and secondary armor colors, but the armor's main color remains the same. Players can also choose not to wear a helmet unless they are using the Rookie character model. Choosing not to wear a helmet does not affect game play. Without a helmet, the player still has the same health and stamina and they can still use VISR mode.

Characters

Trivia

  • There was originally going to be an Arbiter Armor Permutation, but it was taken out before Halo 3's release. Bungie, however, did not explain why.
  • The neck of an Elite (regardless what armor permutation used) is completely immune to any form of damage except for a charged Type-25 Directed Energy Pistol. In addition, the projectile will simply pass through the neck, as though the neck wasn't there, without a blood spatter. This is because both Elites and Spartans share the same hitbox (i.e. where you can hit the character), but have different models.
  • Each Elite also has a modified neck, whether sleek black, or a different model such as scale-like plating at the back.
  • It is possible that Halo: Reach will feature armor permutations that were sported in the trailer, each Spartan was wearing a different make of armor.

Gallery

Spartans

Sangheili

Sources

  1. Bungie.net: "The longstanding “Elite Commando Shoulders aren’t unlocking with the achievement” bug is being resolved in the auto update. The shoulders weren’t unlocking when the Steppin’ Razor achievement was acquired. In the post-auto update era, the Commando Shoulders will be unlocked for everyone, regardless of the status of the corresponding achievement."

External Links


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the Imperial-class Star Destroyer Predator. You may be looking for other uses of the term.
Predator
Production information
Manufacturer

Kuat Drive Yards

Class

Imperial-class Star Destroyer

Length

1,600 meters

Complement

TIE/ln starfighters

Usage
Era(s)

Rebellion era

Affiliation

Galactic Empire

The Predator was an Imperial-class Star Destroyer in the Imperial Navy during the Galactic Civil War.

Predator was assigned to rendezvous with shuttles near Kessel and transfer Rebel prisoners of war from the prison colony. There were to be five shuttles carrying the prisoners and only two TIE/ln starfighters as escort. The Rebel Alliance learned of the prisoner transfer and dispatched five of their own shuttles along with three Y-wings as escort to mount a rescue.

The Y-wings destroyed the TIE escorts and disabled the shuttles before engaging and destroying several TIE/In starfighters which had launched from Predator while the Rebel shuttles rescued the prisoners. The Star Destroyer itself was too far away to prevent the rescue.

The participating Rebel pilots were awarded the Corellian Cross for their bravery and the mission was later recreated as a simulation for use in training new pilots.

Behind the scenes

Though referred to as Predator in the mission description in Star Wars: X-wing, the ship is identified as Tiger in the mission itself. Since X-wing's mission is only a recreation of the mission described, Predator is taken here as the correct name. Whether Tiger is also the name of a Star Destroyer is unknown.

Appearances

  • Star Wars: X-wing

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

The Predators are a Decepticon subgroup from the Generation One continuity family.

The Predators are a Decepticon group that saw release in the final year of Generation One, only in "European" markets (which does include Canada). They were the "headliner" Decepticons, with their leader Skyquake apparently being the leader of all the Decepticons at the time.

Though the Predators shared the missile-launching shtick of their Autobot counterparts the Turbomasters (though the Predator launchers are entirely uniform across all the toys), they also had the Megavisor gimmick to unify the team further, allowing the smaller jets to physically link with the larger.

In some European markets, the Predators were referred to as Scope Masters.

The Predators include...

  • Skyquake the leader and huge jet-thing.
  • Falcon the Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk.
  • Skydive the Northrop YF-23 Black Widow II.
  • Snare the Grumman X-29.
  • Talon the McDonnell-Douglas F-15 Eagle.

Trivia

  • The four small Predator jets were released -without changes- in Takara's Operation Combination line as the "Jet Corps". Also, it is likely that Skyquake is the "model" for the ever-unseen Operation Combination head badguy Scrash.

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