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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Sweeping means to send out a single party member ahead of the party to scout and trigger off any traps or surprises in the area ahead, much like a real-life Mine sweeper.

Sweeping is useful when exploring an area for the first time as well in some high-level areas where enemy pop-ups are a frequent phenomenon such as Urgoz's Warren and the Tomb of the Primeval Kings.

The Sweeper should be familiar with the area he/she is sweeping and should also have strong survival skills. A sweeper who dies often and accumulates Death Penalty is not very useful as a sweeper.

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about the 1986 Decepticon. For the 2003 Mini-con known as "Sweep" in Japan, see Run-Over.
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Sweeps are Decepticons from the Generation One continuity family.
Hey, we just got back from auditions for the next Star Wars movie.

Sweeps are the minions of Scourge created by Unicron. Sweeps are visually indistinguishable from Scourge himself, although Sweeps do not necessarily have identical voices. Although only a few are seen initially during Unicron's threat, there appears to be an inexhaustible supply of them later on. That's actually a good thing, as Galvatron tends to shoot them.

Like, all the time.

Dumb Sweep.

Sludge calling the kettle black, "Webworld"

Italian name: Incrociatori

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The Transformers cartoon

Voice actors: Jack Angel, Dick Gautier, Jerry Houser, Aron Kincaid, Chris Latta, Hal Rayle, Frank Welker (USA)
A rare moment of not being shot by Galvatron.

The original Sweeps were created by Unicron from fallen Decepticons, but the seemingly-infinite number suggests that Scourge or the Sweeps may possess self-cloning abilities similar to the Insecticons - altogether realistic, as the three original Insecticons were among the discarded bodies that Unicron used to form Cyclonus, Scourge, and their combined retinue. The Transformers: The Movie

Note: There is, however, one small problem with the above. If the Insecticons were turned into Sweeps, then how do you explain their presence later on in the series? Hmm...

The Sweeps are by far the favorite cannon fodder of Galvatron, being beaten or destroyed in any number of abysmal ways. These ways include being thrown into the great beyond, into lava pits, and into the path of an energy-mongering transorganic vampire monster, and of course, being shot at by Galvatron. This may explain their perceived cowardice, as well as their tendency to grumble and whine, because who'd honestly be stoked about being the Redshirts for the Decepticons?

Toys

  • Scourge (1986)
Japanese ID number: D-71
Well, while technically not "Sweeps", any additional Scourge toys you may own can easily function as Sweep toys, what with the characters being identical and all.

Timelines

  • Sweeps (Deluxe, 2009) A redeco of Botcon 2009 Scourge (which is a remold of Cybertron Sideways) with a different shade of blue and the red translucent is replaced with yellow translucent

This article uses material from the "Sweep" article on the Transformers wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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