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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

The options screen.

File:Options button.png Options is a screen which allows players to change various in-game settings, such as the brightness, audio and video settings, and toggle between fullscreen and normal browser resolution.

Other options include the settings for the house, chat effects display, private chat settings, "Accept aid" settings, player-owned house settings and run energy levels.

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Graphics options

Graphics Options in HD mode.
With the introduction of RuneScape High Detail, Jagex has introduced various options to the way graphics are rendered in RuneScape.

Software/Hardware Acceleration

One of four display modes may be chosen.

The current Graphics options are as follows:

Screen Sizing

The screen size may be adjusted as follows:

  • Fixed
  • Resizeable
  • Fullscreen
    • 800×600
    • 1024×768
    • 1280×720
    • 1280×800
    • 1440×900
    • 1280x1024
    • 1680x1050
    • 1600x1200

Advanced Options

  • Brightness: A slider control to adjust between four brightness levels within the game screen from darkest, on the left, to lightest, on the right. (Note: The control appears at the top of the graphics options while not logged into the game, and at the bottom when logged in.)
  • Remove roofs: Always -or- Selectively
  • Idle animations: Few -or- Many
  • Character shadows: On -or- Off
  • Lighting detail (HD only): High -or- Low
  • Anti-aliasing (HD only): None, 2x, -or- 4x
  • Custom cursors: On -or- Off
  • Particle effects: High, Medium, -or- Low
  • CPU usage: Very low, Low, Normal, High -or- Maximum
  • Ground decoration: On -or- Off
  • Flickering effects: On -or- Off
  • Scenery shadows (HD only): None, Static, -or- Dynamic
  • Water detail (HD only): High -or- Low
  • Fog (HD only): On -or- Off
  • Visible levels: Current -or- All (For HD: Always "All")
  • Texture detail: Low -or- High
  • Ground textures: Few -or- Many (For HD: Always "Many")
  • Resizable window (HD only): Off -or- On

Audio options

The "Audio Options" selections.

The audio options can be set from the screen by selecting "Audio Options" in the panel prior to the logon screen.

What can I change?

  • Music Volume: How loud the background music is. The background music the music that is currently playing in the jukebox. By turning down the Music volume, you hear the ingame sounds more easily which is useful for some fights where the monster makes a noise before it attacks.
  • Sound Effects: How loud the sound effects are, such as the noise of the player attacking a monster and the High Alchemy noise. Turning down the sound effects is good if you are doing something like high alching for hours straight and the noise that sounds every time you do one action starts to get on your nerve.
  • Ambient Sounds Volume: How loud the surrounding area sounds are. The surrounding things are things like birds chirping and the noise of the ocean going in and out which you can only hear when you are in a certain area.
  • Mono/Stereo: Switch between Mono and Stereo sound. When the noise is mono, all the speakers play exactly the same thing. With stereo though some of the speakers will play certain instrument's noises while the other speakers play the other noises.

Buttons

Mouse Buttons: Toggles between one-button or two-button configuration. If the mouse has one button only, especially in the case of Apple computer mice. If one-button configuration is chosen, clicking will bring up a list of options just like when a two-button mouse is right-clicked.
Chat Effects: Enables chat effects that players can add to their chat text. If chat effects is set to OFF, it will be the normal yellow colour, otherwise chat effects will display as intended by the players.
Split Private Chat: Toggles the position of the private chat. If the Private chat is set to ON, it will be displayed in blue in the lower-left corner of the game screen. If it is set to OFF, it will be displayed in the main chat area in red text.
Accept Aid: Toggles the Accept aid option. "Accepting aid" means that players can be affected by special Magic spells that affects another player, such as the Teleother spells, Cure Other spells, and Tele Group spells. Players with "Accept Aid" set to OFF cannot be recruited for the Barbarian Assaultminigame.
Run Energy: Toggles between running and walking. Whenever a player stops moving, run wil gradually energy regenerate back to 100%. The button also displays how much run energy a player has left. This used to be the only way to toggle run, but it isn't now.
House Options: Opens up another interface to control a player-owned house where players can turn on and off Building mode, expel guests, leave their house, and see how many rooms their house currently has.

House options

The house options screen.
An image from the RuneScape KB, showing what is presumed to have been an early version of the options buttons for RuneScape HD.
The "House Options" screen allows the player to enter or leave Building mode, expel their guests, or to leave the house without the need for a portal. Only the "Leave House" option can be used from this screen when a player is not in their own player-owned house.

The "Expel Guests" button played a part in the World 111 Glitch.

If a player is not in their house and selects 'Expel Guests', they get the message "You're not in a house. You can't expel people from the world, even if you don't like them!".
The message you receive if you're not in your POH and select 'Expel Guests'.

See also

Gallery



A player walking with the "Run" option off.

A player running with the "Run" option on.

Run energy goes up and down as it is used and restored.


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010
(Redirected to SD-series battle droid article)

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the SD-series droid. You may be looking for Star Destroyers.

The SD-series was a battle droid series produced by Balmorran Arms.

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History

The droids were used by the Galactic Republic and the Galactic Empire. Most of the SD-1 to 9 series were subsidized by the Galactic Empire due to the aftermath of the Clone Wars.

They gained notority during the Second Battle of Balmorra after the second death of the reborn Emperor Palpatine. Amidst the chaos of the Galactic Civil War, the Balmorrans were able to secretly design the superior SD-10 series and the X-1 Viper.

The SD-series battle droids were later supplemented with the LON-29 battle droid commander model, intended to be a more tactical unit devoted to leading and guiding the actions of the other battle droids on the battlefield.

This article is a stub about a droid. You can help Wookieepedia by expanding it.

Known SD models

Appearances

Sources


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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Sudden Death article)

From TibiaWiki

File:Sudden Death.gif

This is one of the Attack Runes. Sudden Death
It can only be used with level 45 and magic level 15 or higher.

Charges:3
Item Class: Attack Runes (Death Damage)
Incantation: adori gran mort
Weight: 1.20 oz.
Used by: Any player with Magic Level 15+ and Level 45+
Made by: Sorcerers (45)
Premium: no
Mana: 985
Soul Points: 5
Buy spell from: Ankrahmun

Carlin
Darashia
Kazordoon
Liberty Bay
Port Hope
Thais
Venore
Svargrond
Yalahar

Ab'Dendriel
Buy made runes from: Fenech (Ankrahmun)

Asima (Darashia)
Chuckles (Yalahar)
Frans (Venore)
Rachel (Carlin)
Shiriel (Ab'Dendriel)
Sigurd (Kazordoon)
Tandros (Port Hope)
Xodet (Thais)
Frederik (Liberty Bay)

Romir (Svargrond)
Spell cost: 3000 gp. Rune cost: 325 gp.
(6500 gp per backpack)
(6,000 gp to players)
Effect: Image:Cursed Icon.gif Shoots a powerful death attack on a single target.
Notes: This is arguably the strongest rune in the game. At high Magic Level and Level you can do around 600 damage. Buy it as soon as possible.

Notice that it inflicts Death Damage this makes it useful for creatures with holy immunities (Elementals are the main exception). Used to be used by Paladins too, but since the 2007 Summer Update your magic level is more important for the damage than your level, therefore Paladins do less damage with SD nowadays. Before the Winter 2007 update SD did physical damage, but since that update it does death damage. Note that many creatures are immune to SD runes even though the rune is very powerful. It takes 1 hour and 49 minutes for a promoted sorcerer to make a backpack with SD runes with a Pair of Soft Boots and food.

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Spoiler warning: Quest and/or game spoiling details follow.

Reward from the Crystal Wand Quest with 6 charges, the Iron Helmet Quest with 1 charge, the Arena with 50 charges, and The Pits of Inferno Quest with 10 charges.

Spoiler ends here.



See: Complete list of runes.
Add historical information about this rune.
Runes
Runes in Tibia
Attack
Avalanche
Avalanche
Energy Bomb
Energy Bomb
Energy Field
Energy Field
Energy Wall
Energy Wall
Explosion
Explosion
Fire Bomb
Fire Bomb
Fire Field
Fire Field
Fire Wall
Fire Wall
Fireball
Fireball
Great Fireball
Great Fireball
Heavy Magic Missile
Heavy Magic Missile
Holy Missile
Holy Missile
Icicle
Icicle
Light Magic Missile
Light Magic Missile
Poison Bomb
Poison Bomb
Poison Field
Poison Field
Poison Wall
Poison Wall
Soulfire
Soulfire
Stalagmite
Stalagmite
Stone Shower
Stone Shower
Sudden Death
Sudden Death
Thunderstorm
Thunderstorm
 
Support Healing Summon
Chameleon
Chameleon
Antidote Rune
Antidote Rune
Animate Dead
Animate Dead
Desintegrate
Desintegrate
Intense Healing Rune
Intense Healing Rune
Convince Creature
Convince Creature
Destroy Field
Destroy Field
Ultimate Healing Rune
Ultimate Healing Rune
Magic Wall
Magic Wall
Paralyze
Paralyze
Wild Growth
Wild Growth

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Super deformed article)

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Jim Henson's Decepticon Babies!

Super deformed (aka SD) is a style of manga and anime art that features smaller, cuter versions of pre-existing characters, with distorted proportions.

  • The G1 Mini Vehicles' alt modes were based on Choro-Q toy cars, which themselves were super-deformed versions of actual cars. (This is particularly clear when you compare Cliffjumper to an actual Porsche 924.)
  • The Monster Pretenders featured rubbery beast shells and robot monster modes that were scrunched and deformed enough to be considered super-deformed (Scowl's bio in particular makes note of this horrid cuteness.)
  • In 1990, Takara marketed a series of super-deformed Transformers toys, with the Transformer PD Type mini-comics serving as their official fiction.
  • MyClone figurines are also designed in a super-deformed style.
  • The manual artwork and game sprites for Duel Fight Transformers Beast Wars: Beast Warriors' Strongest Decisive Battle were done in a super deformed style.
  • The fan-made comic "Superdeformers", written by Matt Nelson, was used in various official Transformers production by 3H. The "Superdeformers" web-site is currently down for unknown reasons.
  • First 4 Figures produced a super-deformed Ultra Magnus statue in 2006, based on an art contest at the Tranformers World 2005 site. [1]
  • A fancomic called "Lilformers" has had some installments published in the Collector's Club Magazine, and features super deformed Transformers (obviously). [2]

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

SD may refer to either of the following:


This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.
Facts about SDRDF feed

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