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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Performer:
Alistair White

Talos was featured in The Storyteller: Greek Myths story of "Daedalus and Icarus".

Talos was the nephew of Daedalus. Talos displayed a skill and intellect that rivaled Daedalus's. When Daedalus upset that Talos was everything his son was not and fearing that the boy would surpass his talent, he murdered the boy by tossing him from the roof.


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From Final Fantasy Wiki

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Doll is a genus in the Arcana family in Final Fantasy XI.

Species

  • Aura Butler
  • Aura Gear
  • Branding Iron
  • Caretaker
  • Chaos Idol
  • Cursed Puppet
  • Demonic Doll
  • Drone
  • Gargoyle
  • Groundskeeper
  • Iron Maiden
  • Jagd Doll
  • Living Statue
  • Panzer Doll
  • Talos
  • Temple Guardian


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Notorious Monsters

  • Apollyon Sweeper
  • Autarch
  • Calcabrina
  • Despot
  • Disaster Idol
  • Doll Factory
  • Eraser
  • Faust
  • Gargoyle-Iota
  • Gargoyle-Kappa
  • Gargoyle-Lambda
  • Gargoyle-Mu
  • Generic Doll
  • Guardian Statue
  • Jenglot
  • Lode Golem
  • Manipulator
  • Martinet
  • Maze Keeper
  • Nio-A
  • Nio-Hum
  • Tyrant


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Special Attacks

  • Berserk: Warcry effect.
  • Blitzstrahl: Ranged single target Lightning damage and Stun.
  • Gravity Field: AoE Slow.
  • Kartstrahl: Ranged single target damage and Sleep.
  • Meltdown: AoE Fire damage. Kills the user.
  • Panzerfaust: Single target damage and Knockback.
  • Panzerschreck: Ranged single target damage.
  • Typhoon: AoE damage and Knockback.


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Talos was a major spaceport on the planet of Atzerri. Within the Revels, an entertainment complex in Talos, was a themed restaurant and bar that replicated Jabba's Palace, aptly named "Jabba's Throne Room". It included an actor playing Bib Fortuna, waitresses dressed as slave girls, a copy of Han Solo encased in carbonite, and an unconvincing Chewbacca being taken to the "dungeon". Luke Skywalker, upon seeing this realized that his adventures had become marketed to the public for profits.

Other areas of the city included Traders Plaza, Pemblehov District, and Talos Port Medicomplex.

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From City of Heroes Wiki

Statue of Talos
Talos at Night
Minotaur Badge
Authority Plaque

Overview

Talos (pronounced "TAY-los") was an extremely large super hero that defended Paragon City in the 50's and 60's. Talos Island is named after him and is located where his final battle occured against the giant monster known as Chimera.

History

He called himself Talos, though the newspapers preferred the more descriptive "Terrific Titan". Standing well over 300 feet tall, Talos was the epitome of titanic heroism as he battled to defend Paragon City. Throughout the 50's and 60's, he steadfastly rose to the challenge of combating giant monstrosities. He became the city's newest marvel and champion. Yet deep mystery surrounded his true identity. Even more astonishing was his ability to vanish after battle. A profoundly enigmatic hero, journalists, historians and scholars had only his cryptic utterances for clues to his origin: "For thousands of years, I have been a protector of humanity." The only certainty about Talos was his almost mystical connection to a young boy named Michael McVey. Whenever the youngster was imperiled, Talos would appear to save the day.

In the last climatic battle against his arch foe, the Chimera, Talos and the serpentine beast clashed beneath the waters of the bay. A mighty battle ensued, shaking Paragon City to its foundations, tearing a giant rift in the ocean floor from which earth and lava rose to form an island. Known today as Talos Island, it is said that both Talos and the Chimera are still locked in mortal combat within its stony embrace.

Decades later, Talos' heroism had faded out of memory and into urban legend. Despite countless articles, photographs, and movie clips featuring the heroic exploits of the "Terrific Titan", most citizens have now relegated Talos to the dusty bins of folklore.

Statue of Talos

The statue is located in the bay, west of Talos Island. The Minotaur badge is in front of the statue. Behind its left foot is a history plaque. The Hero Corps Field Analyst for this zone stands between his toes.


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