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Dr Who

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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Rome was a city in Italy. It played an important role in Earth history, most notably as the centre of the Roman Empire, a large empire in early Human history.

Around the 5th century BC, the Cult of Demnos flourished in Italy. (DW: The Masque of Mandragora)

An alternative version of 41 BC Rome was created by the Rani, but with more advanced technology. (MA: State of Change)

The Doctor, Ian Chesterton, Barbara Wright and Vicki visited Rome in A.D.64. (DW: The Romans)

Rome was the new home of the Caecilius family after the destruction of Pompeii in A.D.79. (DW: The Fires of Pompeii)

A group of Roman soldiers was kidnapped by the War Lords for use in their war games (DW: The War Games)

In 1923 a British archaeological survey of Rome by professor Livesy-Smythe turned up a scroll by Caecilius telling of the true faith of Pompeii, first alerting Torchwood to the existence of the Pyroviles. (Captain Jack's Monster Files)

In an alternate 1970s Rome Magog was worshipped. (DWM: The Iron Legion)

In 2006 Rome was one of the many locations affected by the Sycorax's blood control, causing people to stand on the top of the Colosseum ready to jump. (DW: The Christmas Invasion)

In 2096, Rome was an independent city-state on a destitute Earth. (PDA: The Indestructible Man)

In the year 12005, the New Roman Empire flourished. (DW: The End of the World)

no further details are known, but it was presumably inspired by the original Roman Empire, and thus most likely had its capital in Rome.

Behind the scenes

In 2007, Rome's Cinecittà Studios played host to production of the episode The Fires of Pompeii; discounting some minor second unit work done for Daleks in Manhattan, this was the first Doctor Who adventure to be filmed outside the UK since Doctor Who: The TV Movie in the 1990s.

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Rome was the capital city of the nation-state of Italy, located on Earth's European continent. Rome was located at the confluence of the Tiber and Aniene rivers, near the western coast of Italy. The Federation starships USS Rome were named for this city.

The city has played a major role in shaping Earth history. Rome was the capital of the Roman Republic, and would later become the capital of the Roman Empire - the largest and most powerful empire in classical western civilization. (TOS episode: "By Any Other Name"; TNG novel: The Captains' Honor)

Marcus Aurelius was a warrior and philosopher from Rome. (DS9 novel: Avatar, Book One)

When a landing party from the USS Enterprise encountered the Guardian of Forever on the planet Gateway in 2267, the Guardian displayed images from Ancient Rome. (TOS novel: The Fire and the Rose)

Rome and the surrounding area were the subject of much archaeological study in the modern age, as the city was built in layers upon ruins of previous eras. (CoE eBook: Ghost)

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GTA

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CHARACTER
Roman Bellic
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto IV
The Lost and Damned
The Ballad of Gay Tony
Full name: Roman Bellic
Also known as: "The Janitor"
Gender:

Male

Date of birth: 1977
Place of birth: Yugoslavia
Date of death: 2008 (in Deal) (age 30-31)
Home: Liberty City
Nationality: Serbian
Family: Mallorie Bardas (girlfriend, later wife)
Unborn child
Niko Bellic (cousin)
Milica Bellic (aunt)
Unnamed mother (deceased)
Josef Bellic (cousin, deceased)
Affiliations: Niko Bellic
Vladimir Glebov
Jermaine Andrews
Brucie Kibbutz
Little Jacob
Mohammad
Vehicle(s): Roman's Taxi
Businesses: Express Car Service
Voiced by: Jason Zumwalt

Roman Bellic (1977-2008 (in Deal) is a character in Grand Theft Auto IV and the thirty-one year old cousin of the game protagonist, Niko Bellic. Bellic was born in Eastern Europe but moved to Liberty City in 1998, aged twenty-one. He later claims to be living the "American Dream" and that he has two women, four hot tubs and fifteen sports cars. This prompts Niko to join him in America, where Niko discovers he owns a small, gritty taxi firm, an apartment in Broker, and has large gambling debts, owed to the Albanians and Vladimir Glebov. Roman is also the boyfriend, later husband, of Mallorie Bardas, and the nephew of Milica Bellic. Roman has been arrested on two occasions: in 2005 for promoting gambling and in 2006 for public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

Contents

Early life

Roman Bellic (Serbian: Роман Белић, Roman Belić) was born in Yugoslavia in 1977. He and his cousin Niko grew up together since their fathers were brothers and they lived next to each other. Niko claims that both of them were raised mostly by Roman's mother and that when the war came, she used all of the money she had saved to send Roman to the United States of America. She also wanted to send Niko to the U.S., but he stayed to fight in the war. In a conversation with Kate McReary, Niko says that he found Roman's mother raped and murdered, although Niko told Roman that she died in a house fire.

In conversations between Niko and Roman and other characters, it is revealed that both Niko's and Roman's fathers were alcoholic, wife-beating bullies.

Storyline

When Niko arrives in Liberty City, he soon finds out that Roman is heavily in debt with various figures in the city, including the Russian and Albanian Mafias, due to his gambling addiction and his attempts to support his taxi depot. Roman employs his girlfriend Mallorie at his taxi depot, although he is unaware she is having an affair with Vlad Glebov. Niko kills Dardan Petrela, Kalem and Bledar Morina, three Albanians, when they attempt to collect their money. When Roman finds out about Mallorie's affair with Vlad he is upset, and Niko confronts and kills Vlad for him. Vlad's death causes Roman to become paranoid because he fears retaliation from the Russian mob. His fears proved to be well-founded. He and Niko are later kidnapped on orders from Mikhail Faustin. Faustin shoots Roman in the stomach because he was screaming, but Roman survives. After Niko kills Faustin for Dimitri Rascalov, Rascalov and Ray Bulgarin betray Niko, burning down his apartment in Hove Beach and Roman's taxi depot. Roman moves into Mallorie's apartment in Bohan, where he also opens another taxi depot with the insurance money he receives from the fire in the first one.

Roman later has a "cold streak" in his poker games, leading the Russians to kidnap him. The Russians hope that they can kill Niko when he tries to rescue Roman. In The Lost and Damned, Johnny Klebitz kidnaps Roman and takes him to the warehouse in the Industrial section of Bohan. Niko would later rescue him. After Roman is rescued by his cousin, he continues betting. This time he wins a lot of money, changing his taxis from Esperantos to Cavalcades and buying a penthouse in Algonquin, telling Niko they are finally going to live the dream.

He frequents Maisonette 9 with Brucie Kibbutz and is seen in The Ballad of Gay Tony.

End of the storyline

Towards the end of the storyline in GTA IV, Niko has to decide if he will kill Dimitri in revenge for his betrayal or work with him again in a heroin deal for Jimmy Pegorino. Roman urges Niko to forget revenge and work with Dimitri, considering the large amount of money he could receive for his work. He tells Niko he would be able to afford a great honeymoon with Mallorie and that maybe him and Niko could take a private jet to Vice City.

If the player strikes a deal, Dimitri will betray Niko again during the mission and afterwards, will send an assassin to kill Niko at Roman's and Mallorie's wedding. Niko will fight the assassin, but in the struggle, Roman is inadvertently shot and killed. After Niko kills Dimitri, Mallorie will reveal that she is pregnant with Roman's son.

If Niko decides to get revenge on Dimitri, Jimmy Pegorino will be furious about his business being ruined. During Roman's and Mallorie's wedding, Pegorino will attempt a drive-by shooting, killing Kate McReary. After Niko kills Pegorino, Roman will tell him that Mallorie is pregnant, and that if it's a girl, her name will be Kate.



Artwork of Roman Bellic

Trivia

  • After getting his relationship with Roman high enough, Niko can phone Roman to send a taxi to take him anywhere in the city for free.
  • Roman is notably overweight, a fact that is mentioned by several people throughout the game.
  • Though Roman is older than Niko, he lacks self esteem towards Niko and is often shown out and treated like the "child" of the group.
  • Roman drives a black taxi named Roman's Taxi from his depot, which is an Esperanto.
  • Roman is voiced by Jason Zumwalt.
  • Roman has apparently gained a fair amount of weight since Bernie Crane last saw him which implies he has not always been of large build, though Bernie admits he is still "kind of cute".
  • The player can occasionally call Roman after certain missions to hear his input on Niko's work.
  • Since Roman can either live or die in the main storyline, it can be assumed that he will make no further appearances in future games, unless taking place before GTA IV.
  • Roman's e-mail address is roman@eyefind.info

Mission appearances

GTA IV
The Lost and Damned
The Ballad of Gay Tony

LCPD Database record

Surname: Bellic

First Name: Roman

Age: 31

Place of Birth: Unknown

Affiliations: Known associate of Vladimir Glebov and linked to West Indian criminals in East Liberty City.

Criminal Record:

  • 2005 - Promoting Gambling
  • 2006 - Public Intoxication and Disorderly Conduct

Notes:

  • Small time Eastern European business owner.
  • Heavily in debt.
  • Owns a livery cab service believed to be used by criminals for illegal purposes.
  • Rumored to be a gambling addict.

External link

  • Roman Bellic on Rockstar's site





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Yugioh

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Roman Goodwin

Roman Goodwin

Kanji

ルドガー・ゴドウィン

Rōmaji

Rudogā Godowin

English

Roman Goodwin

Alternate names

Rudger Goodwin

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 019

Appears in

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

Gender

Male

Deck(s)

Spider

Seiyū (Japanese)
  • Tora Take
Voice actor(s) (English)

Roman Goodwin, known as Rudger Goodwin in the Japanese version is the apparent leader of the Dark Signers as well as the Signer who originally possessed the Dragon Head birthmark.

He says that they have been waiting for 5,000 years in order to carry out revenge against the Signers and expects for this fierce battle to be most "exceptional". He wears black robes accented with red stripes which corresponds to his Earthbound Immortal, as his Dark mark represents the Spider. It was also revealed that he was the original Signer with the Head Mark of the Dragon on his left arm, though he replaced it with a metal arm since prior to becoming a Dark Signer.

Contents

Biography

R.R.D.

Roman and Rex, while working for R.R.D..

Roman Goodwin, is the older brother of Rex Goodwin. Just like his brother, Roman served as an assistant to Professor Fudo, while working in R.R.D..

Dr. Fudo was bent on canceling the Enerdy project due to the natural disasters occurring in Domino City as a result of using the system. But wanting to continue the research, Roman researched occurrences similar to what was happening in Domino City. He then came across the Nazca Lines. Once at the site of the Nazca Lines, a mysterious man who belonged to the Yliaster group spoke to him. The man told Roman that he is destined to activate the Enerdy Reactor and tells him to look into the light of the Enerdy Reactor. After returning to the facility and Roman looked into the light of the Enerdy Reactor. He then saw the battle between the Crimson Dragon and the Earthbound Immortals. He was then appointed head researcher of the project.

Roman obtains "Stardust Dragon", "Red Dragon Archfiend", "Black Rose Dragon" and the "Ancient Fairy Dragon" cards, which are the keys to activate the Enerdy Reactor's control units. Dr. Fudo managed to take three of the cards and flee, leaving behind "Ancient Fairy Dragon" when he was wounded by Roman's henchmen.

The Spider Dark mark appears on Roman's arm, where it struggles with the Dragon Head birthmark for control of his body. Nearly succumbed to the power of the Dark Signers, Roman decides to leave his Mark of the Dragon to destiny by tearing his left arm off and placing it in a preservation canister. He then gives Rex the canister telling him to gather the Signers and someday defeat him. After that he activates and overloads the Enerdy Reactor which ultimately lead to the Zero Reverse, killing himself and subsequently allowing the first Earthbound Immortal released, Uru, to revive him as a Dark Signer.

Signers and Dark Signers battle

After the Fortune Cup ended, Roman possessed Grady and Trudge, in order to test the Signers, Yusei Fudo and Jack Atlas.

Roman as a Dark Signer

When the Signers along with Mina, Leo and Trudge venture to Satellite and are meet-up with Martha, Roman appears imposing a Duel. Jack wants to, but is stopped by Yusei as he tells him that it's too dangerous to duel here, especially if a geoglyph appears. Jack is instructed to take Martha and the kids somewhere safe, while Yusei, accompanied by Akiza, faces Roman in a Shadow Duel another location.

However, three of the children decide to watch the Duel. As the Duel unfolds, Yusei and Akiza notice two kids near the flames caused by the geoglyph and wonder how they got in when they are not signers. As Roman prepares to Summon his "Earthbound Immortal", "Uru", Yusei and Akiza fear that once it's Summoned it could use the kids' souls as sacrifices. Luckily, Jack appears and uses his birthmark to stop the kids from being sacrificed. Yusei eventually manages to gain the upper hand in the Duel. As a final insult to Yusei, Roman uses evil magic to flee and force Rally to take his place. Rally manages to destroy Uru, but doing so apparently costs him his life.

Roman, along with the other Dark Signers later appear before their rivals, the Signers to begin their final battle. For the mean while each of his comrades are currently waiting at each of the control units of the Original Enerdy Reactor with the purpose of dueling against their correspondent Signer rival. As for Roman, he awaits within the place where the system itself resides. After Devack's defeat at the hands of Luna and Leo, he kills Greiger in order to make him into a Dark Signer by hanging him over the Original Enerdy Reactor.

Roman blows up the bridge

After Kalin's defeat, Roman's mark seems to be causing him anguish as it escalates up his arm. But he is confronted by Rex Goodwin, who Duels him. Rex loses on purpose in order to be reborn as a Dark Signer like his brother.

Yusei and his friends enter the crater in the B.A.D., where they confront Roman. Although Yusei wins, Roman proceeds to tell Yusei that things have not finished yet, as an the King of the Underworld will soon be born. Before Roman dissolves, he detonates a bomb in his left arm, blowing up the bridge and sending Yusei falling into the depths of the Enerdy Reactor.

Roman and his brother before passing on to the afterlife.

When Rex is finally defeated and the King of the Underworld is destroyed, Roman and Rex are the only Dark Signers to not return to life.

Deck

Record
Opponent Outcome
Yusei Fudo Lose (Switched with Rally)
Rex Goodwin Win
Yusei Fudo Lose

Roman plays a Spider Deck which focuses on changing the battle position of monsters on the field and taking control of them with "Earthbound Immortal Uru". His Deck also contains support cards specific to "Uru", such as "Earthbound Whirlwind" and "Roar of the Earthbound".

Anime
Tag Force 4 Deck 01
Tag Force 4 Deck 02
Tag Force 4 Deck 03
Tag Force 4 Deck 04

Powers

Roman has the ability to possess ordinary people using spiders he controls; potentially using them as pseudo or "fake" Dark Signers (Shadow Drones in the dub) who act as unwilling and unsuspecting pawns for him. The number of his "Dark Spiders" currently possessing a victim is indicated by the number of legs missing from his birthmark. When one of them loses a Shadow Duel, the spider controlling them dies, causing Roman's birthmark to regrow its missing limb, which seems to cause him pain when one of the people he controls loses.

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City of Heroes

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Overview

Contents

The Cimeroran Traitors are warriors from Cimerora who've chosen to side with Romulus Augustus, abandoning Imperious.

Background

Cimerora was originally controlled by Imperious, but Romulus Agustus rebelled and usurped power with his own legion of warriors.


Enemy types

Minions

Legionarii

Legionarii

The Legionarii is the backbone to Romulus' army. Once they followed Imperious, but now through blackmail and a traitorous thirst for power, they have turned sides and bend their knee to Romulus.

Powers

Pilum Ranged, High Damage, Lethal
You throw a pilum at a foe, dealing heavy damage. Damage: High. Recharge: Moderate

Slash Melee, Moderate Damage (Lethal), Foe -Defense
You perform a quick Slash that can reduce a target's defense, making him easier to hit. This attack causes moderate damage, but has a quick recharge time.

Slice Melee, Cone, Lethal, Moderate Damage, Foe -Defense
You Slice your sword in a wide arc, attacking all enemies in front of you. Slice does less damage than Slash, but can hit multiple foes and reduces their defense. Damage: Moderate, Recharge: Moderate.

Push Back Melee, Extreme Damage (Smash), Foe High Knockback
You attempt to Shatter the bones of your opponent by striking them with all your might. This attack will deal great damage and can knock foes back a great ways. The power of this attack can actually extend a short distance through multiple foes.Damege: Extreme. Recharge: Slow

Energized Shield Self: +Def(All but Psi), +Res(DefDebuff), +Prot(Stun, Sleep, Hold, Knockback/up, Repel, Immobilize
Kinetic Shield creates a harmonic Energy Aura that can deflect physical attacks. Your Defense to Smashing and Lethal attacks is increased as weapons and powers like bullets, blades and punches tend to deflect off the shield. Kinetic Shield also grants you good resistance to Defense Debuffs. The Energy based nature of Kinetic Shield also offers some minimal Defense to Energy attacks.


Immunes Surgeon

The Surgeons have long been the healers among the Cimeroran. Even these few who have chosen to follow Romulus still wield the magical powers of their craft.

Powers

Healing Aura Point Blank Area of Effect, Team Heal
Healing Aura restores some hit points to you and all nearby heroes. Healing Aura is not as potent as Heal Other, but can heal multiple targets at once.

  • Heal Other?
  • Resurrect?



Immunes Engineer

Engineer

The tactics of the Engineer have been honed through countless battles. They function as a secondari team amongst the Centurions and Legionarii, performing quick strikes to the weakest points in their enemies' armor.

Powers

Frag Grenade (Ranged) Targeted Area of Effect, Fire/Smash, Foe Knockback
The explosion from the Fragmentation Grenade affects all within the blast and can knock them back.

Push Back Melee, Extreme Damage (Smash), Foe High Knockback
You attempt to Shatter the bones of your opponent by striking them with all your might. This attack will deal great damage and can knock foes back a great ways. The power of this attack can actually extend a short distance through multiple foes. Damege: Extreme. Recharge: Slow


Lieutenants

Centurion

Centurion

If the Legionarii were a spear, the Centurions would be the point. Sharpened to a deadly point, these women will do whatever it takes to cut down their enemies.

Powers

Pilum Ranged, High Damage, Lethal
You throw a pilum at a foe, dealing heavy damage. Damage: High. Recharge: Moderate

Hack Melee, High Damage, Lethal, Foe -Defense
You Hack your opponent for a high amount of damage. This attack can reduce a target's defense, making him easier to hit.

Slash Melee, Moderate Damage, Lethal, Foe -Defense
You perform a quick Slash that can reduce a target's defense, making him easier to hit. This attack causes moderate damage, but has a quick recharge time.

Slice Melee, Cone, Lethal, Moderate Damage, Foe -Defense
You Slice your sword in a wide arc, attacking all enemies in front of you. Slice does less damage than Slash, but can hit multiple foes and reduces their defense. Damage: Moderate, Recharge: Moderate.

Push Back Melee, Extreme Damage (Smash), Foe High Knockback
You attempt to Shatter the bones of your opponent by striking them with all your might. This attack will deal great damage and can knock foes back a great ways. The power of this attack can actually extend a short distance through multiple foes.Damege: Extreme. Recharge: Slow

Critical Hit Critical Damage
All Centurion melee attacks have a chance to land a Critical Hit for up to double damage.


Bosses

Praefectus Castrorum

Praefectus Castrorum

Throughout the battlefield, you can hear the shouts and commands of the Praefectus. They alone can keep the bloodlust and battle frenzy that flows through the veins of every Cimeroran in check.

Powers

Pilum Ranged, High Damage, Lethal
You throw a pilum at a foe, dealing heavy damage. Damage: High. Recharge: Moderate

Hack Melee, High Damage, Lethal, Foe -Defense
You Hack your opponent for a high amount of damage. This attack can reduce a target's defense, making him easier to hit.

Slash Melee, Moderate Damage, Lethal, Foe -Defense
You perform a quick Slash that can reduce a target's defense, making him easier to hit. This attack causes moderate damage, but has a quick recharge time.

Slice Melee, Cone, Lethal, Moderate Damage, Foe -Defense
You Slice your sword in a wide arc, attacking all enemies in front of you. Slice does less damage than Slash, but can hit multiple foes and reduces their defense. Damage: Moderate, Recharge: Moderate.

Whirling Sword Melee, Point Blank Area of Effect, Moderate Damage, Lethal, Foe -Defense
You perform a Whirling Sword maneuver, attacking all foes in melee range. This attack wounds your opponents, causing them to take minor damage over time and reduces their defense.

Push Back Melee, Extreme Damage (Smash), Foe High Knockback
You attempt to Shatter the bones of your opponent by striking them with all your might. This attack will deal great damage and can knock foes back a great ways. The power of this attack can actually extend a short distance through multiple foes.Damege: Extreme. Recharge: Slow

Elite Bosses

Minotaur

Minotaur

Main Article: Minotaur

The Minotaur is a beast of ancient times. Born from the blood of a human and the passion of a god. Any man who dare challenge this beast will face the wrath of celestial force.

Powers


Cyclops

Cyclops

Main Article: Cyclops

Captured in the hills of Cimerora and brought to the gladiatorial pits, the Cyclops fights for no other purpose but to kill and maim. There are rumors that it has the blood of a god flowing through its veins, but none has claimed it as their own.


Powers


Archvillains

Romulus Augustus

Main Article: Romulus Augustus

Once the right hand man to Imperious, Romulus turned traitor and overthrew Imperious. Now, Romulus sides with the Nictus and other more questionable forces to secure his tyrannical rule over Cimerora.

Powers

Energized Shield Toggle: Self +DEF(Smashing, Lethal, Energy), Res(DeBuff DEF)
Kinetic Shield creates a harmonic Energy Aura that can deflect physical attacks. Your Defense to Smashing and Lethal attacks is increased as weapons and powers like bullets, blades and punches tend to deflect off the shield. Kinetic Shield also grants you good resistance to Defense Debuffs. The Energy based nature of Kinetic Shield also offers some minimal Defense to Energy attacks. Recharge: Fast

Hack Melee, High Dam(Lethal), Foe -DEF
You Hack your opponent for a high amount of damage. This attack can reduce a target's Defense, making him easier to hit. Damage: High, Recharge: Moderate

Pilum Ranged, High DMG(Lethal)
You throw a pilum at a foe, dealing heavy damage. Damage: High, Recharge: Moderate

Phalanx Fighting Auto: Self +Res (Smashing,Lethal)
Your body resonates a mild Dampening Field that absorbs kinetic energy from physical weapons. This auto power permanently reduces all incoming Smashing and Lethal damage. This power is always on and costs no Endurance.

Push Back Melee, Extreme DMG(Smash), High Knockback
You attempt to Shatter the bones of your opponent by striking them with all your might. This attack will deal great damage and can knock foes back a great ways. The power of this attack can actually extend a short distance through multiple foes. Damage: Extreme, Recharge: Slow

Shout of Command Ally +Res(Disorient, Hold, Sleep, Immobilize, Terrorize, Confusion), +Perception
By bouncing a carefully pitched sound wave off an ally's ear drum, you can free him from any Disorient, Hold, Sleep, Confusion, Fear, or Immobilize effects, and leave him resistant to such effects for a good while. Protection will improve with multiple applications and as you advance in level. Clarity also provides your ally enhanced perception. Recharge: Fast

Slash Melee, Moderate Dam(Lethal), Foe -DEF
You perform a quick Slash that can reduce a target's Defense, making him easier to hit. This attack causes moderate damage, but has a quick recharge time. Damage: Moderate, Recharge: Fast

Slice Melee (Cone), Moderate Dam(Lethal), Foe -DEF
You Slice your sword in a wide arc, attacking all enemies in front of you. Slice does less damage than Slash, but can hit multiple foes and reduces their defense. Damage: Moderate, Recharge: Moderate

Whirling Sword PBAoE Melee, Moderate DMG(Lethal), Foe -Def
You perform a Whirling Sword maneuver, attacking all foes in melee range. This attack wounds your opponents, causing them to take minor damage over time and reduces their defense. Damage: Moderate, Recharge: Slow

Resistance Resistance
Archvillain resistance.


External Links

  • Guide to the Cimeroran Traitors Faction (CoH Official Forums)

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