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The Pride was a private ship owned by Antin Vargo. It was given to him by his father. The ship was wedge shaped, had room for six plus cargo, and was capable of warp four. The Pride evaded the USS Thunderchild by using an old model Romulan Cloaking device and hiding in the Rings of Saturn while attempting to transport Seven of Nine to the Borg Cube in Sector 10. (TNG novel: Before Dishonor)


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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Released 2004
Running time 90 minutes
Director John Downer
Written by Simon Nye
Original music by George Fenton
Studio
MPAA Rating

Pride is a 2004 TV-movie about two lion cubs as they grow up and face the harsh realities of adulthood. The film was produced for A&E Network, and featured footage of live animals, enhanced with digital effects by Jim Henson's Creature Shop.

Voice Cast

Creature Shop

  • Alberto Montañés: Digital compositor
  • Myf Hopkins: Head of production, Jim Henson's Creature Shop
  • Howard Jones: Visual effects supervisor
  • Dennis Michelson: Visual effects supervisor

See also


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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

Team Template Team Template
Official Name
The Pride
Status
Status

Team Identity

Universe

Base Of Operations
Los Angeles CA


Allies
Lieutenant Flores, Alex Wilder, LAPD, The Gibborim

Enemies

Origin
Origin
The Pride was called together in 1984 by the Gibborim. The six members of the Pride who served them best would be allowed to rule over the paradise that Earth would become once the Gibborim achieved their goal. The remaining six members would perish with the rest of the human race. For 25 years the Gibborim had given The Pride wealth and power over the entire "city of angels".

Place of Formation
Underwater Vivarium

First appearance

Runaways #1
(July, 2003)

Contents

History

The Pride When called together in 1984 by the Gibborim, learned the six members of the Pride who served them best would be allowed to rule over the paradise that Earth would become once the Gibborim achieved their goal. The remaining six members would perish with the rest of the human race. For 25 years the Gibborim had given The Pride wealth and power over the entire "city of angels".

Every year, the Pride gathered at the Wilder residence, ostensibly for an annual charity fundraiser, while in reality, they would perform the "Rite of Blood," a ritual sacrifice of an innocent victim; the spirit of the victim would then be fed to the Gibborim in the subsequent "Rite of Thunder." After Janet Stein became pregnant during their third year as the Pride, the Pride agreed to end its struggle against one another. Each couple would instead ensure their child would receive one of the six places in the coming paradise.

Seventeen years later, the Pride's children saw "The Rite of Blood" and run away. With the help of LAPD Lieutenant Flores, their parents framed their children for the murder of the innocent girl who served as their most recent sacrifice. A note left at the Deans' house revealed that one of the Runaways, Alex Wilder, was secretly loyal to the Pride. Due to an attack on their children by the vampire Topher, the Pride tracked down and killed Topher's lackeys. In the process, the Pride learned that their children had defeated the vampire themselves. Alex tipped off the Pride to their children's involvement with Cloak and Dagger.

During a ceremony at the "Rite of Thunder", Alex Wilder manipulated his teammates into defeat and revealed himself as the mole. He learned of the Pride a year ago; he also discovered the Deans' and Hayes' betrayal. Molly Hayes' and Karolina Dean's parents plotted to betray the rest of the Pride and divide the Gibborim's reward between their two families. Alex manipulated the Runaways as a way to save his parents and rule paradise with Nico Minoru. Molly destroyed the "Sacrificial Offering", the Gibborim destroy Alex, and the Pride's undersea lair collapsed. All members of The Pride were apparently killed by the Gibborim.

A new group calling themselves the Pride became active following the Pride's beliefs, made up of Alex's former friends on a Marvel Universe-based MMORPG he played. One of the members of the "New Pride" Hunter hacked into Alex's game account, and through that eventually found his computer's journal, and learned about the Pride. After Alex's death, the friends found certain items from the Pride in an attempt to bring back Alex, but ended up killing Oscar, and bringing back a younger version of Alex's father, Geoffrey, from a time period of one year after joining the Pride. Geoffrey was lying to the new Pride acting as the "good guy" and saying that the Runaways had killed Alex.

Geoffrey Wilder and the new Pride kidnapped Molly Hayes to use as bait for the sacrificial ritual, when the Runaways rescued Molly, Geoffrey killed Gertrude Yorkes, but he was captured and returned to his own time (with his memory erased in the process). The new Pride disbanded after the Runaways revealed Geoffrey Wilder's true goal. Following Gert's death, Stretch checked himself into a mental health facility, and Hunter joined the Peace Corps to atone for the "blood" on his hands.

Paraphernalia

Equipment: Decoder Ring, Abstract
Transportation: Leapfrog
Weapons: None known.

Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

See Also

Links and References

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ST Expanded

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Pride
could refer to:
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Star Wars Fanon

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Pride
Production information
Product line

Super Star Destroyers

Model

Executor-class Star Dreadnought

Class

Destroyer

Technical specifications
Length

19,000 meters

Maximum acceleration

1350 G

Maximum speed (atmosphere)

15,000 kph

Hyperdrive rating
  • Class 1
  • Backup Class 7
Usage
Role(s)
  • Destroyer
Era(s)
Affiliation
  • Blizzard Squadron

The Pride was an Executor-class Star Dreadnought used by the New Republic. Built in 10 ABY, it served as the flagship of admiral Chack Jadson and Blizzard Squadron. This ship fought in many important battles in the years that followed, and was still active as of the Swarm War.


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