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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Ship
Also known as: The Ship
Race: Spacecraft
Appearances: SJA: The Mad Woman in the Attic
Actor: Kate Freetwood

Ship was an AI designed by Eve's people and placed on the escape craft with Eve when she was still small with instructions to protect the girl and teach her to control her powers properly.

Escape From The Past

During a great war (Most likely the Last Great Time War) Eve's people and planet were 'exterminated' (a reference to the Daleks) due to their ability to read and (possibly) manipulate the timelines. Eve's parents designed and built Ship and sent it far across the stars with Eve on board and instructions to protect her and teach her to use and control her powers when she is old enough.

The pair traveled for a long time before an unkown event caused Ship to crash land on Earth, burying itself under a ton of sand and causing massive damage to its systems. The damage left Ship severly weakened so she was unable to care for Eve until her systems rebooted which would take approximately 20 earth years. This became a problem because the immense power Eve possessed meant that until she was old enough and instructed properly on how to control her powers she would be a danger to herself and anyone around her. Fortunately Eve was discovered by the caretaker of the local fun fair Harry who, after being informed of the situation by Ship, happily helped raise Eve in the confines of the Fun Fair where she would be safe and able to practice controlling her powers by manipulating the fairground rides at night.

The Red Demon

Unfortunatly has the years went on Eve (Who while looking like an adult was still technically a child by her species's standards) became increasingly lonely and began to control homeless people who wandered in to the park at night because she wanted friends. (SJA: The Mad Woman in the Attic) Rani evetually investigated and discovered Eve living in the abandoned mine ride. After talking with Eve and realising she no threat but rather a form of alien refugee Rani decied to take Eve outside as she believed it was unfair for her to be locked up like this. Ship (who by this time was strong enough to project her image on to a reflective surface) tried to frighten Rani and Sarah Jane (who had recently arrived at the Fairground) by showing Rani her future and reading Sarah Jane's mind. This failed and a determined Rani took Eve outside despite Sarah Jane warning her that she didn't know the full story.

This proved to be a mistake as Eve (who had never been outside before) was overwhelmed by all the new sensations she was experiencing for the first time and began to use her abilities at a stonger level than she had before; even putting Rani under her control when she declared that because of what Eve was doing they weren't friends any more. Beliving the face in the mirror (Ship) knew what was going on, Sarah Jane and Clyde returned to the staff room where Sarah Jane talked with Ship, asking what was going on. Realising that Eve was outside, Ship told the pair that Eve must be returned inside as her powers were too great for her to control at her current age, and if she continued to do so they would destroy her.

Ship's words proved true, as Eve's powers began to harm her body with jolts of excess energy. Only Ship had the power to stop her so Sam, Clyde and Sarah Jane took her back to to the beach were Ship liberated itself from its hiding place deep beneath the sand. Glad to see Eve after so long Ship instructed her to place her hands on the core were she drained off Eve's excess energy thereby saving her life.

Aliens and Enemies of The Sarah Jane Adventures Series 3
Prisoner of the Judoon: Judoon  • Tybo  • Androvax  • Nanoforms The Mad Woman in the Attic: Eve  • Ship  • Adam Lloyd The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith: The Trickster  • The Doctor  • Travist Polong The Eternity Trap: Erasmus Darkening  • Red-Eyed Creature Mona Lisa's Revenge: Mona Lisa  • The Abomination  • The Dark Rider The Gift: Slitheen-Blathereen family  • Tree Lorn Acre Slitheen-Blathereen  • Leef Apple Glyn Slitheen-Blathereen  • Rakweed  • Slitheen family  • Korst Gogg Thek Lutiven-Day Slitheen

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Final Fantasy

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Boats, also known as Ships, are a common form of transportation in the Final Fantasy Series. They are used to travel the high seas.

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Final Fantasy

Pirate Ship

The Warriors of Light get a Pirate Boat from Bikke the Pirate and his men in Pravoka, after defeating them in battle. The boat can be used to travel around areas in the lower continent, like Elfheim. It can only land at docks, or when the Canoe is found, at rivers.

Final Fantasy II

Leila's Boat

Leila and her gang of pirates are hired to bring Firion and his party to Deist, where she then double-crosses them and attacks. Once she is defeated, she joins the party, and thus gives them access to her boat.

Final Fantasy III

Enterprise

A Viking in the Viking Base gives the party the Enterprise in exchange for defeating the Nepto Dragon. Later it is converted so that it can can change from an Airship to a boat.

Final Fantasy IV

Unnamed Ship

Cecil Harvey, Yang Fang Leiden, Edward Chris von Muir, and Rydia all travel by boat to attack Baron and save Rosa Joanna Farrell. However, along the way, Leviathan attacks and destroys the ship. The party is then scattered around the world. Cecil awakes in Mysidia.

Final Fantasy V

Fire-Powered Ship

The Fire-Powered Ship is the flagship of the kingdom of Karnak. Designed by Cid Previa, it uses the power of the Fire Crystal to sail without relying on the wind. However, the crystal amplifier powering the ship places strain on the Fire Crystal, causing it to shatter and rendering the ship immobile. Cid and his grandson Mid later remodel the ship to sail without the Fire Crystal, and the player party uses it to travel to Crescent. Unfortunately, the ship gets sucked into the Catapult during an earthquake. It remains there for the rest of the game.

Airship

The unnamed airship of Final Fantasy V can land in water and thus be used as a boat.

Final Fantasy VI

Unnamed Boat

A boat is used a ferry service between the ports of South Figaro and Nikeah, even after the world ends. Leviathan can sometimes attack in the World of Ruin in the GBA version. Also, the Gestahlian Empire supplies the party along with General Leo to go on a mission to get goodwill of the Espers.

Final Fantasy VII

Cargo Ship

Main article: Cargo Ship (Final Fantasy VII)

A Cargo Ship connects the ports of Junon and Costa del Sol. Rufus Shinra uses it to travel to the western continent to find Sephiroth, while Cloud's party waits behind. Afterwards, it can be used whenever the party wishes for 250 gil, and can transport the Buggy to the eastern continent.

Tiny Bronco

Main article: Tiny Bronco

Though originally a small plane, the Tiny Bronco is shot down by Shinra soldiers, and crashes into the ocean. Afterwards it is used as a crude boat, traveling through all shallow water and rivers, until it disappears in Disc 2.

Final Fantasy VIII

Balamb Garden

Main article: Balamb Garden

The Balamb Garden can land in water and be used as a ship.

SeeD Assault Boat

Main article: SeeD#SeeD Vehicles

A hydrofoil known as the SeeD Assault Boat is used in the amphibious landing at the Siege of Dollet.

White SeeD Ship

Main article: White SeeD Ship

The White SeeD Ship is used by the White SeeD, and is used to protect Ellone.

Final Fantasy IX

Blue Narciss

Main article: Blue Narciss

Zidane's party uses the Blue Narciss to escape Alexandria after its destruction by Garland. It is then used to travel to the Outer Continent to attack Kuja. Regent Cid extracts components from the Blue Narciss to make the Hilda Garde III.

Alexandrian Fleet

Queen Brahne leads the Alexandrian naval forces, which consists of a sizable fleet capable of cannon fire. The ships are commandeered by both Alexandrian soldiers and by Black Mages. Brahne brings a large portion of her navy to the shores of the Iifa Tree with the intent of ridding Kuja from her plans for world domination. The Queen summons Bahamut with this intent, but her strategy backfires when Kuja calls the Invincible to him and takes control of the Eidolon. Kuja then orders Bahamut to wipe out Brahne will a devastating Mega Flare attack, destroying her and the majority of her fleet.

Garnet and her mother traveled to Alexandria long before the game's start on a tiny boat. However, the ship sank, and Garnet's mother died. Garnet landing in Alexandria, where she was adopted by the royal family.

Final Fantasy X

Al Bhed Ship

After Tidus sees his Zanarkand destroyed by Sin, he is rescued by the Al Bhed on their ship. He is knocked off the boat when Sin appears again, eventually waking in Besaid. All the Al Bhed on board make it home to Home safely.

S.S. Liki

The S.S. Liki is a ferry ship that connects Besaid and Kilika.

S.S. Winno

The S.S. Winno is another ship that connects Kilika and Luca.

Final Fantasy XI

Ferries

There are three ferries available for player's use in Final Fantasy XI. They transport players back and forth between Selbina to Mhaura, Mhaura and Aht Urhgan Whitegate, and from Whitegate to Nashmau. All of the ferries cost 100 gil to ride. Traveling between Selbina and Mhaura requires no special effort, but in order to get to Aht Urhgan Whitegate, players must complete a quest to get a "Boarding Permit."

Manaclipper

The Manaclipper is a different sort of ship. It operates as a sea tour for people wanting to see the beautiful waters around Bibiki Bay. This is also one of the only ways to get to the beautiful tropical island of Purgonorgo.

Final Fantasy XII

No boats are used by the party in Final Fantasy XII, though they are mentioned. Reddas, the leader of the port of Balfonheim, dispatches a fleet of ships to the Ridorana Cataract, only to have them all sunk by the powerful tides.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Unnamed Ship

After being trapped by the forces of the Cardinal Delacroix at the Clockwork City of Goug, Ramza Beoulve and his party travel by ship to the Port City of Warjilis. The boat is never actually seen, and the movement is shown only as a regular path going over the ocean. A few masts can be seen in the background when Delita Heiral confronts Ramza.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

The Ferryman Tristan takes the party across the Jegon River or to Lynari Island and Mount Kilanda in a boat.


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Marvel Database

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ST Expanded

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Starwars

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"A starship is a weapon, but it's the crew that makes it deadly."
―An old spacer's line
Two starships: a cruiser chasing a smaller freighter.

A starship, also known as a starcruiser, was a spaceship designed for interstellar travel, specifically between star systems.

Starships were commonly powered by ion engines, the most common form of sublight drives, and many - usually the larger vessels - were equipped with hyperdrive generators, used to reach Hyperspace as Lightspeed wouldn't be fast enough. Light-years would take years to travel across using sublight drives. Across the galaxy, many starships were armed, usually with laser cannons. Capital ships often featured turbolaser emplacements or missile launchers, and some featured hangar bays that could carry starfighters. Weapons helped defend against star pirates and military forces. Deflector shields countered the effects of laser weaponry, protecting the starship from attack. Once these shields fell the captain would surrender to their attackers.

A starship's bridge was its control room, most often seen at the stern of large vessels such as Star Destroyers and other capital ships. Smaller ships, like transports and fighters, had cockpits rather than actual bridges.

The bridge was an essential part of the craft. Most of the time, the controls to a starship's subsystems were located here. The bridge was therefore usually the first area of a starship to be targeted when under attack. Knocking out the bridge usually rendered the starship useless for the duration of the battle. For example, when the Imperial Star Dreadnaught Executor had its bridge obliterated by an out of control RZ-1 A-wing interceptor during the Battle of Endor, she plunged out of control into the second Death Star, and was destroyed.

Intergalactic starflight became possible with the invention of the dual-drive system, which included an anti-grav drive to exit a system's gravity well, allowing inter-system travel, and a hyperdrive system for faster-than-light travel.

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Notable starship types

  • Shuttle (small craft used to transport personal,usually at least partially though space )

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  • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
  • Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV series)
  • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (First appearance)
  • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  • Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

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SWG Wiki

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Ship (also known as starship) is a type of space vehicle flown by a pilot in space sectors. Space travel may be undertaken by booking passage at a starport, but since the introduction of individual ships in the Jump to Lightspeed expansion, players are free to go wherever they wish in space (with limits), to engage in combat or do a little space mining. Players may fly starships for the Alliance, the Empire or for various Freelance groups, each of which has its own special starships available.

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Ship classifications

Player starships each fall into a distinct role that determines a ship's handling characteristics. Roles determine acceleration, deceleration, rotation rates, momentum/slide, throttle "sweetspot" (the throttle level resulting in greatest rotation rate), and high-speed rotation penalty:

  • Light Fighter
    • Low mass light fighter. Very very crisp rotation, but sacrifices acceleration and deceleration to accomplish this. Very slide heavy, but very little rotation penalty at high speeds.
  • Medium Fighter
    • Moderate mass medium fighter. Sloppier rotation, slightly more acceleration, less sliding and more significant rotation penalty.
  • Heavy Fighter
    • High mass heavy fighter. Much sloppier rotation, but amazing acceleration and deceleration. Penalty when going at top speed for rotation is severe.
  • Interceptor
    • Fairly light mass space superiority fighter. Mixes characteristics of light and heavy fighters. Expect to sacrifice mass to get the maximum performance out of this one.
  • Bomber
    • Very high mass, very heavy craft. More diverse weapons arsenal available.
  • Multipassenger Ship (POB)
    • Most have 2 turrets, except for the Y-8 Mining Ship which has 4, and the gunships (6 turrets).
    • These ships have decoratable interiors that can be occupied by group members as if it were the inside of a house. These ships have turrets that can be jumped into and out of by people aboard the ship.
    • POB ships no longer take up one of your structure lots, but still hold a maximum of 75 items on board, gunboats can hold 150 items.
    • Cannot launch a third POB if two others have items inside of them. For the purposes of this maximum of two PoBs, the Sorosuub Luxury Yacht Veteran Reward counts as a PoB.
  • Gunboat
    • Multiple floors (1 floor on the Imperial gunboat, 2 on the Rebel gunboat, and 3 on the Blacksun gunboat). They have 6 manned turrets, and two pilot operated weapons or countermeasure launchers.
    • 150 default interior item storage.

Alliance ships

T-65 Advanced X-wing Starfighter

Flown by Alliance Pilots:

Freelance ships

Vaksai Starfighter

Flown by Freelance Pilots:

Imperial ships

Imperial Guard TIE Interceptor

Flown by Imperial Pilots:

Neutral ships

Firespray

Flown by pilots of any faction:

NPC exclusive ships

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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Boats can be found in the following cities:

Using a boat is the easiest way to travel across the Tibian lands. Only players with a Premium Account can use them. Just get on board and ask the captain for a passage to know where you can go to.

Kazordoon doesn't have access to the sea, so it doesn't have a normal boat. Instead you can find a Steamship deep down in the mines. With the steamship, you can only travel to Cormaya.

Since the 2005 summer update, boats and magic carpets are Protection Zones.

Table of boat fares

Players who have completed mission 6 of the Postman Missions Quest will pay 10 gp less than the advertised price for each passage.

↓ From To → Ab'd. Ank. Car. Dar. Edr. L.B. P.H. Sva. Tha. Ven. Yal.[1]
Ab'Dendriel 80 70 130 90 160
Ankrahmun 100 160 90 80[2] 150 230
Carlin 80 110 110 110 130 185
Darashia 100 200 180 60 210
Edron 70 160 110 170 150 160 40
Liberty Bay 90 200 170 50 180 180 275
Port Hope 110[2] 180 150 50 160 160 260
Svargrond 110 180 150
Thais 130 110 160 180 160 180 170 200
Venore 90 150 130 60 40 180 160 150 170 185
Yalahar[1] 160 230 185 210 275 260 200 185
  1. ^ 1.0 1.1 Note: In order to travel to and from Yalahar one must complete the "Searoutes around Yalahar" mission.
  2. ^ 2.0 2.1 Note: Travelling from Ankrahmun to Port Hope is 80 gp, while travelling from Port Hope to Ankrahmun is 110 gp.

Warning: If you use other coins than Gold for the travel (e.g. if you are only carrying a Crystal Coin), be sure to have enough space and capacity for the change that the captain will give you - otherwise you'll be moved to your destination, but your money will be left on the boat you travelled from.

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