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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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A spear (in Klingonese, a gIntaq) was a weapon used by many cultures, a hand-held weapon designed with a long shaft with a pointed end worked from metal or stone, that can be used to fight an enemy or to capture food.

While used as a mêlée weapon, the spear can also be launched or thrown, making it cross over into classification as a projectile weapon. The Klingon society is one of many known to use throwing spears. (TLE novel: The Art of the Impossible)

James T. Kirk was offered a spear to fight gladiators on Bavarya. (TOS novel: Mission to Horatius)

While trapped on Excalbia, James T. Kirk and Spock foraged for material to make spears to defend themselves. A replicant of Abraham Lincoln created by the Excalbians was felled by a thrown spear. (TOS episode: "The Savage Curtain")


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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

This is an overview article which contains background information and cross-game comparisons. For game-specific information and stats, see the articles linked on the right.
 
 
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Fallout Spear
Fallout 2 Spear
Sharpened Spear
Sharpened Pole
FO Tactics Spear
Sharpened Pole
Snake Spear
Serrated Blade
Diamond Spear
Dynamite Spear
Festering Spear

A spear is a pole weapon consisting of a shaft, usually of wood, with a sharpened head. Various kinds of spears are widely used after the Great War, especially by tribals. The user of a spear can either thrust it or throw it.

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Sharpened Pole

Gameplay articles: Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics

The most primitive type of spear - a simple wooden pole sharpened at one end.

Spear

Gameplay articles: Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics

A simple spear with a metal head and wooden shaft. Standard fare for hunting simple animals.

Sharpened Spear

Gameplay article: Fallout 2

A spear with a sharper point and edge, giving it increased damage.

Snake Spear

Gameplay article: Fallout Tactics

A poison tipped pole arm. The shaft is wooden, and the tip is hollow steel filled with poison.

Serrated Blade

Gameplay article: Fallout Tactics

A spear with a serrated blade.

Diamond Spear

Gameplay article: Fallout Tactics

A diamond tipped spear which offers great penetration.

Dynamite Spear

Gameplay article: Fallout Tactics

Spear with a stick of dynamite bound to the end.

Festering Spear

Gameplay article: Fallout Tactics

A spear with the tip coated in rotting animal remains.


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Spear in Final Fantasy V.

Spears (スピア Supia), also known as Polearms, are a recurring weapon type throughout the Final Fantasy series. They are associated with the Dragoon Job class, and usually grant the Jump ability. In several installments, there are variants of spears, lances, and javelins.

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Final Fantasy II

Everyone can use Spears in this game. Ricard, as a Dragoon, uses spears as his default weapons.

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Final Fantasy III

In Final Fantasy III, the Dragoon Job class allows the party characters to gain access to spears, and the Jump ability.

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Final Fantasy IV

A Spear in Final Fantasy IV

Kain Highwind, as the only Dragoon Job class character throughout the game, is the only character capable of accessing Spears, with the strongest spear being Abel's Lance.

List of spears:

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

List of spears:

The Lance of Abel is in the game, but can only be accessed with a cheat code.

Final Fantasy V

The party characters can gain access to spear and the Jump ability via the Dragoon Job class. All spears also double the power of Jump attacks when equipped.

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Final Fantasy VI

Edgar and Mog are the only playable characters that can equip spears. The Jump command's power is doubled when using spears.

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Final Fantasy VII

Cid Highwind's weapons are Spears.

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Final Fantasy IX

Freya is the only character capable of equipping Spears, however, she can also gain access to variants of spears, such as Lances and Tridents.

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Final Fantasy X

Kimahri is the only character capable of equipping Spears.

Final Fantasy XI

The Dragoon Job class can equip Spears, as well as utilizing the Jump ability.

There are too many to list, so notable spears include:
  • Gungnir
  • Gae Assail
  • Dabo
  • Mezraq
  • Ryu-no-hige
  • Thalassocrat
  • Valkyrie's Fork
  • Leviathan's Couse
  • Gondo-Shizunori
  • Dreizack

  • Cletine
  • Skystrider
  • Zaide
  • Tomoe
  • Schwarz Lance
  • Gae Bolg
  • Narval
  • Bourdonasse
  • Engetsuto
  • Ox Tongue
  • Z's Trident
  • Radiant Lance

Final Fantasy XII

By equipping the appropriate License, any character can gain access to spears. It is a two-handed weapon, with the strongest, and one of the most coveted weapons in the game being the Zodiac Spear.

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Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Only Llyud equips Lances.

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Final Fantasy XIII

Oerba Yun Fang uses a spear as her weapon of choice. Unlike spears in other games, Fang's weapon can transform into a three-section-staff.

  • Blade Lance
  • Grave Lance
  • Gae Bolg
  • Gungnir
  • Pandora Spear
  • Calamity Shaft
  • Partisan
  • Venus Gospel
  • Dragoon Lance
  • Dragon Horn
  • Rhomphair
  • Nimrod Pierce
  • Punisher
  • Fatal Scissors
  • Shamanix
  • Heretic Tusk
  • Kain's Lance

Final Fantasy Agito XIII

One of the characters is seen wielding a spear as his weapon of choice.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Dragoon job classes is capable of equipping spears, or in their PSP translation, Polearms. Unlike close-ranged weapons, Spears hits two units instead of one. By accessing the "Equip Polearms" support ability, other Job classes can utilize the Spear as well, but not the Jump ability.

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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Only the Dragoon and Templar Job classes can equip spears Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. Similar to Final Fantasy Tactics, Spears may hit two units instead of one.

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Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

The Dragoon, Templar, and Chocobo Knight Job classes can equip spears in Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Lilties can equip Spears in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles.

List of spears:
  • Titan Spear
  • Father's Spear
  • Halberd
  • Dragoon Spear
  • Ultima Lance
  • Longinus

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Spears appear in Dissidia as a type of weapon. Garland, Golbez, and Sephiroth are the only characters that can equip them originally.


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

A typical spear (a Suntouched Spear).

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The Spear is the one-handed projectile weapon used by the Paragon, one of the two professions introduced in Guild Wars Nightfall. Spear efficiency is affected by the Spear Mastery attribute.

Damage stats

  • Damage type: Piercing damage
  • Minimum damage: 3-5
  • Maximum damage: 14-27
  • Attack interval: 1.5 seconds
  • Range: Shortbow range
  • Arc size: Same as that of wand and staff projectiles
  • Projectile flight time: 0.60 seconds

Spears with an attribute requirement of 0 have been observed with damage as high as 8-12.

  • As with bows, being at a higher elevation than your target increases the range of your spear, while at lower elevations your range is shortened. Having height advantage to your target will also increase your damage by up to 50%, depending on the amount of elevation.

Upgrades and modifiers

A spear can be equipped with a magic Spearhead (name prefix) and/or Spear Grip (name suffix) to add extra bonuses to the weapon. Spears have been confirmed to possess every martial weapon prefix, as well as every martial weapon suffix except <species>slaying (the existence is yet to be confirmed). Similar to Vampiric Swords, Axes, and Daggers, Vampiric Spears can only steal a maximum of 3 health per hit.

Furthermore, a spear may come with any Weapon, Martial Weapon, or Equippable Item Inscription.

See "weapon upgrades" and "weapon modifier" for details.

Spear types

Please consult our visual gallery or see them listed by campaign below.

Core

Bonus Mission Pack

Prophecies

Factions

Nightfall

Eye of the North

See also

Facts about SpearRDF feed

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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Also known as a shoulder block takedown, this is an attack where an attacking wrestler charges towards a standing opponent, jumps and brings his body parallel to the ground, driving their shoulder into the opponent's mid-section, tackling them and forcing them down to the mat. This move will often see the wrestler also pull his opponent's legs, as in a double leg takedown.

Rhino uses a version he calls the Gore, in which he does not hold on to the opponent to tackle them, but instead uses the move as a high-impact strike.


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Spear disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

File:Bronze_spear.pngFile:Iron_spear.pngFile:Steel_spear.pngFile:Black_spear.pngFile:Mithril_spear.pngFile:Adamant_spear.pngFile:Rune_spear.PNGFile:CorruptSpear.pngFile:Dragon spear.pngZamorak spearFile:Vesta's-spear-inv.pngFile:Guthan's warspear.png
Members only? Yes, except the corrupt dragon spear
Primary attack type All
Secondary attack type All
Speed File:speed5.gif


Spears are two-handed, members-only weapons. Whereas hastas are one-handed. They are obtained from either monster drops, purchasing from a shop or players, or smithing on the special barbarian anvils after learning in Barbarian Training. Spears can be poisoned with normal weapon poisons or a Karambwan Paste, which is more potent and can only be used on spears (this was an attempt by Jagex to make spears more popular).

Although they can only be used to train controlled and defensive attacks, spears are still arguably the most flexible weapons in the game, as they are the only weapon to use Stab, Crush, and Slash attack styles. However, spears are rarely used as they do not excel in any particular style and other two-handed weapons, such as the two-handed sword and the halberd have higher attack bonuses. The only exception to this is Vesta's spear, Guthan's warspear, and the Zamorakian spear. All other spears (and hastas) have equal attack bonuses.

Every combat style of the spear spear, except for Defensive, are Controlled and gives shared melee experience (Attack, Strength, and Defence). All styles also give Hitpoint experience.

With the weapon animation update of 28th July 2009 the zamorakian spear's attack animation has been improved making it appear far more credible. The same attacking sprite has been applied to the regular spears (bronze-dragon) so that they are, concerning animations, on one line with the newly improved zamorakian spear.


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Starwars

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Amanin with spears

A spear was primitive melee weapon used by a variety of primitive cultures. A spear consisted of a shaft with a point at one end.

The Amanin of the jungle planet Maridun used spears. Amanin spears were sharpened wooden shaft of approximately two and half meters in length.

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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File:Spear.gif
This item is in the Weapons class and has history.
Spear
Attributes: Range:3, Atk:25, Def:0, Stackable
Hands: One-Handed
Weight: 20.00 oz.
Loot value: 3-10 gp.
Dropped by: Troll, Troll Champion, Swamp Troll, Frost Troll, Island Troll, Orc Spearman, Orc Shaman, Black Knight, Valkyrie, Lizard Sentinel, Pirate Marauder.
Buy from: Shanar/Irea (Ab'Dendriel) 10 gp

Dario/Memech (Ankrahmun) 10 gp
Perac/Rowenna (Carlin) 10 gp
Edoch/Habdel (Darashia) 10 gp
Willard (Edron) 10 gp
Esrik (Farmine) 10 gp
Raffael (Island of Destiny) 10 gp
Uzgod (Kazordoon) 10 gp
Cedrik (Liberty Bay) 10 gp
Brengus/Perod (Port Hope) 10 gp
Lee'Delle (Rookgaard) 9 gp
Obi (Rookgaard) 10 gp
Robert (Svargrond) 10 gp
Galuna/Sam/Turvy (Thais) 10 gp
Romella/Xed (Venore) 10 gp

Morpel/Vincent (Yalahar) 10 gp
Sell to: Lee'Delle/Obi (Rookgaard) 3 gp

Shanar/Irea (Ab'Dendriel) 3 gp
Memech (Ankrahmun) 3 gp
Perac (Carlin) 3 gp
Rowenna (Carlin) 1 gp
Edoch (Darashia) 3 gp
Habdel (Darashia) 1 gp
Willard (Edron) 3 gp
Esrik (Farmine) 3 gp
Uzgod(Kazordoon) 1 gp
Cedrik (Liberty Bay) 3 gp
H.L. (Outlaw Camp) 2 gp
Brengus/Perod (Port Hope) 3 gp
Robert (Svargrond) 3 gp
Galuna/Sam/Turvy (Thais) 3 gp
Romella/Xed (Venore) 3 gp

Morpel/Vincent (Yalahar) 3 gp
Notes: Spears were once used by paladins to train skills. However after the Summer Update 2007 they do rather high damage and small stones have taken their place as a training weapon. Paladins with weaker skills still use them for training, though. You need a spear to create an Enchanted Spear. After the Summer Update 2007 spears automatically return to your hand when they haven't broken. This prevents theft. Tests have shown they have a 3% break rate.

After the Christmas 2007 Update, the range of the spear was decreased from 6 down to 3 squares, the same as all "non-magical" spears. There are many creatures with distance attacks, e.g. Minotaur Archers or Beholders, that will position themselves 4 squares away from you, effectively putting them out of range which forces you to chase them.

Once the paladin meets level requirements, these should be discarded in favor of employing far superior Hunting Spears.

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