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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Reapers
Affiliated with: Time
Place of origin: Time Vortex
Appearances: DW: Father's Day

To see the entity of the same name, see Grim Reaper

Reapers were beings linked to Time itself. The Reapers would search out disturbances in time, such as temporal paradoxes, leave the Time Vortex and "sterilize" the area by devouring everything, with older objects being the tastiest and sentient beings of more interest than inanimate objects.

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Characteristics

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Appearance

The Reapers appeared as flying reptilian beings with sleek heads, four long hooked arms, mouths on their chests and tails that resemble a scythe.

Behavior

They engulfed creatures in a flash of light with their mouths, leaving no traces. Despite these powers, they are material creatures (at least they are in this world), and can be blocked. They cannot pass through solid objects, with older objects being more effective barriers. As damage to Time in the form of time paradoxes accumulates, it allows them entry.

In less than a few hours, Reapers had devoured all but a handful of the Humans of an alternate timeline Earth.

The presence of Reapers would seem more prevalent given, as the Doctor explained, other than himself no Time Lords existed to prevent temporal paradoxes. With the Time Lords gone, paradoxes happened with more frequency. (DW: Father's Day)

The Reapers are similar in appearance to the Vortisaurs, the Hunters and the Chronovores. The Doctor did not actually refer to them as Reapers.

Behind the Scenes

The name "Reaper" never actually appears on-screen. The script to Father's Day described the Reapers as appearing as multiple Grim Reapers who cut their victims down with their scythe. The idea of a more alien look for the Reapers came out of production team discussions.

Aliens and Enemies of Series 1
Rose: Nestene Consciousness  • Autons  • Mickey Auton The End of the World: Cassandra O'Brien.Δ17  • Forest of Cheem  • Adherents of the Repeated Meme  • Metal spiders  • Surgeons  • Crespallion  • Face of Boe  • Moxx of Balhoon  • Ambassadors from the City State of Binding Light  • Mr and Mrs Pacoo  • Hop Pyleen  • Cal MacNannovich  • Scholars of the University of Rago Rago 56 Rago The Unquiet Dead: Gelth  • Peace  • Redpath  • Gabriel Sneed Aliens of London/World War Three: Slitheen family  • Blon Fel-Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen  • Jocrassa Fel-Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen  • Sip Fel-Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen  • Space Pig Dalek: Dalek  • Henry van Statten The Long Game: Mighty Jagrafess of the Holy Hadrojassic Maxarodenfoe  • The Editor  • Automated Corpses Father's Day: Reapers The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances: Empty Child plague  • Nanogenes Boom Town: Blon Fel-Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways: Daleks  • Dalek Emperor  • Guard Daleks  • Anne Droid  • Trine-E  • Zu-Zana  • Davinadroid  • Rodrick

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Judson Caspian (New Earth) article)

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The Reaper

The Reaper
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Judson Caspian
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Identity

Relatives
Rachel (daughter)

Universe

Base Of Operations

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Citizenship

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Occupation
Socialite


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History

Judson Caspian was a socialite by day, and an ultra-violent vigilante by night. After losing his wife to a robber in the streets, an event similiar to the one Bruce Wayne experienced as a child, he became The Reaper, who prowled Gotham City during the 1950s, murdering juvenile delinquents in vicious manners by impaling them with his scythe weapons. His activities prompted Alan Scott to briefly emerge from retirement to confront him as Green Lantern. Vastly overpowered during an encounter between the two, the Reaper lashed out in a panic with his nunchaku and, by happenstance, struck Green Lantern, whose force-field was vulnerable to the wooden weapons. The Reaper subsequently moved to Europe for unknown reasons.

After Caspian returned from Europe he began his rampage as the Reaper once again, which brought him into conflict with Batman. It was during this time that Batman's actions were questioned by Gotham when he was compared to the Reaper himself. After losing and receiving several injuries from the Reaper during their initial encounter, Batman was forced to join forces with Joe Chill, the man who killed his parents. Having been assigned by the Gotham mob to kill both the Reaper and Batman, Chill began to hunt the Reaper alongside Batman. After revealing his identity to Chill before putting the gun to his head, Batman's revenge was taken from him by the Reaper, who shot Chill in the head. After engaging in a fierce battle with Batman and being reduced to hanging from the scaffolding of a building under construction, the Reaper was finally unmasked. Batman, who had intended to marry Caspian's daughter, Rachel, was shocked, and held out his hand to help the Reaper. However, Caspian, who knew what charges he was up against, told Batman that he would make a fine successor, and let go of the ledge, plummeting to his death. After being exposed as the Reaper, Caspian was given a funeral funded by Bruce Wayne, who stated that he deserved a peaceful death, even if he was a killer. Rachel, who had been unaware of her father's activities, became a nun after Caspian's life as the Reaper was exposed.

Paraphernalia

Equipment

As the Reaper, Caspian wears a large hooded black cloak with heavily armored red leather or cuir bouilli, which prevents bullets and punches from affecting him in any way. The knees and fists of the red leather armor are tipped with spikes that add more power to blows Caspian inflicts. Caspian also wears a skull shaped mask with hooks on the mouth to cover up the lower part of the face, and red glowing eyes.

Weapons

The Reaper wields two scythe-shaped weapons, with various other lethal implements contained in the spiked shafts of both weapons. The haft contains a very powerful handgun and smoke pellets to help give to the illusion that the Reaper is in fact an incarnation of death. The scythes are stored in two inverted sheaths located on his back, under his cloak.

Notes

Trivia

  • There was a Pre-Crisis Reaper as well. This Reaper is Dr. Gruener, a German Jew who was placed in a concentration camp run by Colonel Kurt Schloss. He kills Schloss at a Halloween parade and dies battling Batman when he falls off a cliff. He was created by Denny O'Neil.

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Batman Villain(s)

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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

Reaper (Visible)
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Type: House Item Subtype: Arena Pet
Reaper
This item can be placed in your house or guild hall.

A housepet that can be used as a combatant in the Maj'Dul arena.

   
Obtain: This item can be purchased from Sumixum the Arena Master in Maj'Dul for 6s once you have 100 kills in the arena
GameLink: \aITEM -2041380900 792950873:Reaper\/a \aITEM -2041380900 792950873:Reaper\/a

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Reaper arena stats



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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

A Reaper of the Underworld

Reapers are the servants of Grenth in his realm, the Underworld. They harvest the souls of the dead and shepherd them to their final resting place, to be decided by Grenth .

These Reapers are besieged in the Underworld by the vile Terrorweb Dryders, prompting Grenth's grip on the Underworld to waver, and causing disruption in the fate of souls in the Underworld. They may be freed by killing the Terrorweb Dryders at their statues. (after freeing the Reaper of the Labyrinth, the quest Restore the monuments of Grenth needs to be taken in order to spawn the Dryders at the other statues). Once freed, the Reapers offer players immediate transportation to any other freed Reaper, along with different quests.

These are the Reapers of the Underworld:

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Notes

  • If a Reaper is killed, your party will automatically fail, and be sent back to the outpost (except during the quest The Nightman Cometh, where you can afford to lose up to 6 Reapers).
  • The Reapers have the same appearance as Smoke Phantoms and the Avatar of Grenth (NPC).
  • After the first ten Underworld quests have been completed, the Reapers will no longer teleport the entire party, but only individual players.
  • Note that after any party member enters the Hall of Judgment, all Reapers on the regular Underworld map will disappear, making any further teleporting impossible.
  • For a list, see Category:Reapers.
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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Height: 6' 11"

Weight: 330 lbs.

Hometown: Unknown

Wrestling Style: Hardcore, Powerhouse, Brawler

Finishers: The Devil's Doorstep (Tombstone Piledriver off the top rope), Hellfire (delayed vertical into a DDT)

Signature Moves: Chokeslam, Shoulder Buster, Piledriver, Sidewalk Slam, Clothesline to the back of the head

Entrance Theme: "No More Sorrow" by Linkin Park

Brief History: Not much is known about Reaper before his entry into the WCSF. Pieces of his life can be traced all over the United States, at least, the lives of people who claimed their name was simply, Reaper. His hometown is unknown, but his violent nature has been unleashed on several people.

One of the first wrestlers in the WCSF, he simply showed up at Ralph Pierce's office and got a job wrestling in the company by his power and desire for destruction. He made his name known right away, demolishing other lesser wrestlers before teaming up with Oblivion to form the Nightwalkers. Eventually, the Nightwalkers won the tag team championship. Shortly thereafter they lost the belts and broke up.

Reaper's history with Rage Mishima began to shape there, with them having one of the longest hatreds in the business. The only feud Reaper has that eclipses that, perhaps, is his longstanding feud with Merrick Brycen. Their feud culminated in the WCSF's very first Caged Deathmatch, a match of Reaper's own creation. Shortly after, Reaper feuded with several people, Dynamite being the biggest before Reaper's eventual suspension.

Several months after his suspension, Reaper returned in what is considered one of his greatest feuds to date with the Hardcore Legend himself, Jack Cannon. Again, one of Reaper's feuds culminated with a Caged Deathmatch, only the second in WCSF history.

Reaper's story continues now as he hopes to control the entire WCSF.

Awards and Recognitions:

1x WCSF Tag Team Champion (with Oblivion)

WCSF's longest reigning "monster" character

Creator of the Caged Deathmatch

Reaper is currently a wrestler for the WCSF sim-fed wrestling game.

One of the darkest, if not THE darkest, wrestlers in WCSF history, Reaper has been a part of the WCSF since it's inception. His history in the WCSF is littered with a slew of various characters, ranging from his first feud with The Monk all the way to title feuds with the likes of Dynamite. One of the few wrestlers left from the founding days of the WCSF, Reaper's mark in the company has been a travel from the low card all the way up to the main events.

WCSF Career


Not much is known about Reaper before his entry into the WCSF. Pieces of his life can be traced all over the United States, at least, the lives of people who claimed their name was simply, Reaper. His hometown is unknown, but his violent nature has been unleashed on several people.

One of the first wrestlers in the WCSF, he simply showed up at Ralph Pierce's office and got a job wrestling in the company by his power and desire for destruction. He made his name known right away, demolishing other lesser wrestlers before teaming up with Oblivion to form the Nightwalkers. Eventually, the Nightwalkers won the tag team championship. Shortly thereafter they lost the belts and broke up.

Reaper's history with Rage Mishima began to shape there, with them having one of the longest hatreds in the business. The only feud Reaper has that eclipses that, perhaps, is his longstanding feud with "The Wrestling Machine" Merrick Brycen. Their feud culminated in the WCSF's very first Caged Deathmatch, a match of Reaper's own creation. Shortly after, Reaper feuded with several people, Dynamite being the biggest before Reaper's eventual suspension.

Several months after his suspension, Reaper returned in what is considered one of his greatest feuds to date with the Hardcore Legend himself, Jack Cannon. Again, one of Reaper's feuds culminated with a Caged Deathmatch, only the second in WCSF history.

Reaper then went on to form a tentative union with Amen to win the WCSF Tag Team Championship. Amen went on to betray Reaper and take the WCSF's resident monster out of action indefinitely. It was a shocking moment as nobody had been able to do enough damage to take Reaper out of action by themselves.

The Return

Reaper would not gone for long though, he would return as a face, and set his sights on gaining revenge on the man who had crosses him, Amen. The two behemoths wanted to meet one on one at Meltdown, only Mike Maverick managed to interject himself into their battle, resulting in a Triple Threat Match at Meltdown. Reaper would not be able to gain his revenge, as Maverick took the pinfall from Amen, who retained the WCSF International Championship. Reaper would spin off into a feud with the other man involved in that match, brash youngster Mike Maverick. Maverick showed no regard for the veteran Reaper and his accomplishments and accolades, talking trash and taunting Reaper at every turn, including dressing up as him and mocking his entrance. The two are now set to meet at Hacked 09.


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Reaper disambiguation page.

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

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

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Reaper can refer to:


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