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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

The prefix SP is used for Stage Plays set in the Doctor Who Universe.


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Soldier Points article)

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Soldier Points, generally abbreviated as SP, are a special kind of stat found only in Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-.

The player gains Soldier Points when defeating enemies, or by using the "Convert to SP" function in the Materia Fusion screen. These points are then used to spin the DMW, at the cost of 10 SP per each spin; as well as to create Materia through the Materia Fusion process.

If afflicted with the Curse status effect, the player will continue to accumulate SP, but will not be able to spin the DMW. In the event that the player has less than 10 SP left, the DMW will stop spinning. Materia Fusion will not take place if the player has insufficient SP.

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Shadow Prison article)

From GuildWiki

Skill details
Shadow Prison
Image:Shadow Prison.jpg
Campaign: Nightfall Assassin
Profession: Assassin
Attribute: Deadly Arts
Type: Elite Hex Spell
    10 Energy ¼ Activation 25 Recharge

Full: Shadow Step to target foe. For 1...6 seconds, that foe moves 66% slower.

Concise: Shadow Step to target foe. This foe moves 66% slower (1...6 seconds).

Contents

Deadly Arts 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Duration 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 9 9

Acquisition

Signet of Capture:

Notes

  • If the shadow step fails (e.g., if the target is in an inaccessible location), the target still suffers the movement speed hex.
  • If the hex fails (e.g., if the target uses Hex Breaker), you will still shadow step to that target.
  • This is the elite skill variant of Dark Prison.

Related skills

Related articles

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Soul Point article)

From TibiaWiki

Contents

Introduction

Introduced with the Anti-Cheat Measures in the Summer 2005 update to prevent macro users.
A normal player has a maximum of 100 soulpoints, a promoted player can raise his soulpoints to
200 by hunting or sleeping in a bed.
You can see your current amount of soulpoints on the lower left of your Inventory.

Using soulpoints

Soul Points are used when making runes. Every rune takes a number of Soul points to make, from 1 to 5 soul points per rune.
When your soulpoints run out, you will no longer be able to make any runes.

Soulpoints table for runes

  Rune Soul points
required
Image:Animate_Dead.gif Animate Dead 5
Image:Antidote_Rune.gif Antidote Rune 1
Image:Avalanche_(Rune).gif Avalanche (Rune) 3
Image:Chameleon.gif Chameleon 2
Image:Convince Creature.gif Convince Creature 3
Image:Desintegrate.gif Desintegrate 3
Image:Destroy_Field.gif Destroy Field 2
Image:Energy_Field.gif Energy Field 2
Image:Energy_Wall.gif Energy Wall 5
Image:Energy_Bomb.gif Energy Bomb 5
Image:Envenom.gif Envenom 2
Image:Explosion.gif Explosion 4
Image:Fire_Field.gif Fire Field 1
Image:Fire_Wall.gif Fire Wall 4
Image:Fireball.gif Fireball 3
  Rune Soul points
required
Image:Firebomb.gif Firebomb 4
Image:Great_Fireball.gif Great Fireball 3
Image:Heavy_Magic_Missile.gif Heavy Magic Missile 2
Image:Holy_Missile.gif Holy Missile 3
Image:Icicle_(Rune).gif Icicle (Rune) 3
Image:Intense_Healing_Rune.gif Intense Healing Rune 2
Image:Light_Magic_Missile.gif Light Magic Missile 1
Image:Magic_Wall.gif Magic Wall 5
Image:Paralyze.gif Paralyze 3
Image:Poison_Bomb.gif Poison Bomb 2
Image:Poison_Field.gif Poison Field 1
Image:Poison_Wall.gif Poison Wall 3
Image:Soulfire.gif Soulfire 3
Image:Stalagmite_(Rune).gif Stalagmite (Rune) 2
Image:Stone_Shower.gif Stone Shower 3
Image:Sudden_Death.gif Sudden Death 5
Image:Ultimate_Healing_Rune.gif Ultimate Healing Rune 3


Soul Points are also used when casting a supply spell.

Soulpoints table for instant supply spells

  Spell Soul points
required
Image:Arrow.gif Conjure Arrow 1
Image:Bolt.gif Conjure Bolt 2
Image:Burst_Arrow.gif Explosive Arrow 3
Image:Ham.gif Food 1
Image:Poison_Arrow.gif Poisoned Arrow 2
Image:Power_Bolt.gif Power Bolt 4
Image:Enchanted_Spear.gif Enchant Spear 3

Soulpoints by enchanting

There are gems can be made in Holy Shrines. Druids (Premium Accounts and with level 30+) can make enchanted small sapphires (ice) and enchanted small emeralds (earth). Sorcerers (Premium Accounts and with level 30+) can make enchanted small rubies (fire) and enchanted small amethysts (energy). This will always cost 300 mana and 2 soul points. More in Enchanting.

Regaining soulpoints

There are two ways to regain soulpoints: the first and most common way is by killing Creatures, if you receive Experience points greater than or equal to your level, you will regain soulpoints for 4 minutes.
Killing more than one Creature greater or equal to your level will reset the 4 minute duration.
A normal character will regain one soulpoint every 2 minutes.
A promoted character will receive one soulpoint every 15 seconds, which is a total of 16 soulpoints in four minutes.
You will also receive a soulpoint every 15 minutes while you sleep in a Bed.


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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Short Print article)

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Rarity

Common - Normal Rare - Short Print - Super Short Print - Holofoil Rare

Rare - Super Rare - Ultra Rare - Ultimate Rare - Ghost Rare - Holographic Rare

Secret Rare - Prismatic Secret Rare - Ultra Secret Rare - Secret Ultra Rare

Parallel Rare - Normal Parallel Rare
Super Parallel Rare - Ultra Parallel Rare
Gold Ultra Rare

Duel Terminal Parallel Rares

Explanation on Differences in Parallel Rares

Normal - Rare - Super Rare - Ultra Rare - Secret Rare

Short Prints are identical to Commons, except they are slightly harder to find. This only existed in the TCG, and were discontinued after Ancient Sanctuary, but have since been re-introduced in the TCG in Phantom Darkness.

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