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EQ2

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Slime
EQ2: Monster Spell Information
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Category (Target) // (Enemy)
 Casting Time  Instant
 Recast time  Instant
 Duration  35 seconds
  • Inflicts 29-58 poison damage on target
  • Decreases AGI of target by 18-36
  • Slows target by 37%

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Slime may refer to:


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Slime may refer to any of the following:

  • Blamish snail slime, a bottle of slime made from a mashed-up mort myre blamish snail, used in the Heroes' Quest
  • Ectoplasm, a bucket filled from the slime pool under the Ectofuntus, also called a bucket of slime
  • Cave slime, a poisonous Slayer monster that requires level 17 slayer to kill
  • Thorny snail, a Summoning familiar whose special attack is slime spray
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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Slime was a natural substance that the Sauvax farmed on Leritor.

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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From TibiaWiki

This article is about the Slime creature. For slime potions, see Slime (Liquid).
File:Slime (Creature).gif
This creature is in the Elementals class.
Slime (Creature)

150 Hit points
160 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: --/--
Abilities: Melee (0-107), Summons 0-3 Slimes.
Pushable:
Push Objects:
Est. Max. Damage: 107 (428 with summons) hp per turn
Immune To: Earth
Strong To: Ice (-20%)
Neutral To: Physical, Holy, Death, Drown?, Life Drain
Weak To: Fire (+10%), Energy (+10%)
Sounds: "Blubb".
Behavior: Slimes don't run in low health and summon more slimes to overwhelm their enemies with strong melee attacks. They move items out of their way, but dont kill weak creatures.
Field Notes: The summoned slimes are weak against ice damage +10%! Be careful not to be trapped as they turn into Poison Fields when they die. Antidote or Destroy Field may be useful for low levels. Slimes are useful to level because they have (relatively) low hp and give good experience. With 55 shielding you could train with slimes successfully. Watch out! They can kill low levels very fast if they get trapped, especially mages, if you get trapped by 3 or more, try to kill the "motherslime", you can know which one this is because of the blue sparkles around it.
Location: Thais Ancient Temple under the Rotworm area, under White Flower Temple, Mount Sternum Undead Cave in the last floor, Thais Deeper Trolls Caves, Beholder cave in Drefia, Green Claw Swamp, Kazordoon caves, Black Knight's house basement, Ankrahmun Tombs, Dark Cathedral, swampy area north of Port Hope, in Folda on the floor above the Water Elemental, Hellgate, Vengoth, Alchemist Quarter, Yalahar sewers, Ghostlands, deep below the Jakundaf Desert, Troll cave east of dwarf bridge, on the way to Nargor prison site and the entrance, and on a cave northeast of Ab'Dendriel.
Strategy: Knights can easily kill these creatures because they have really weak defense. Try to attack them in narrow passages where only two slimes can attack you (they have strong attacks and three or more will break your shielding).

Paladins: Just attack them and don't get cornered. Try not to lose the real slime so you don't waste Arrows/Bolts.

Mages should use a rod or wand to attack these creatures. Keep in mind that they are immune to earth, so Snakebite Rod, Terra Rod and Springsprout Rod are useless. Take care not to get cornered and avoid being attacked by more than two slimes at the same time. If you get surrounded and lose a lot of hitpoints, GFB might be useful.

A good tactic is to mark the slime that summons the others as only the original will do this. When a slime summons, you will see the blue shimmer of a spell being cast. If you can't pick out the original while you're attacking, don't hesitate to start attacking the next slime. Though at times you will find that your second target is only a copy and it will disappear if the slime you killed before it was the original, it is better to be safe in case the first slime is not the original slime.
Loot: Nothing (turns into a Poison Gas). (Create loot statistics)
See also: Creatures.
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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

For the video-game-only card, see: Slime (Video Game)

The Slime set are a series of monsters with the word "Slime" 「スライム」 in their Japanese name. Their support cards are limited to the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime. Noteworthy duelists who use Slime Decks include Strings from Yu-Gi-Oh! and Mad Dog from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX.

Other cards that support the Slime set:

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YCM

Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

Slime is a series of Water Aqua-Type Monsters that appear in the booster Awakening of the Ancient Deity that are made up of Effect Monster that some has high DEF. Their appearances are of humanoid slimes that was inspired by the Slime monster from the Dragon Quest series.

Revealed Slime Monsters

Support cards


Slime Cards

Slime Monsters
Slime Knight - Slime Spearman- Slime Lord - Slime Queen - Slime Footsoldier

Toon Slime Knight - Slime King

Support Cards
Aqua Kingdom - Slime Barrage - Slime Kunai with Chain - Sacrifice One Soul for the Kingdom!


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