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Final Fantasy

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From Final Fantasy Wiki

Tame, also known as Train, is an ability that appears in various games in the Final Fantasy series. It is usually available to the Beastmaster class.

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Final Fantasy V

Tame is a Level 1 ability for the Beastmaster class. It causes enemies to run away. The party will not receive Experience or gil from afflicted enemies.

Final Fantasy XI

Tame is available to Beastmasters starting at level 30 and has a recast time of 10 minutes. The ability, when used, will greatly reduce the total enmity one creatures has versus a Beastmaster, possibly eliminating it. If the enmity is eliminated, then the creature will go back to its normal routine and stop attacking the player.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Tame, originally titled Train, is a Support ability learned from the Orator Job for 450 JP. When the unit with this ability knocks a monster into critical status, there is a chance the monster will be recruited into your party.


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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Skill details
Charm Animal
Image:Charm Animal.jpg
Campaign: Core Ranger
Profession: Ranger
Attribute: Beast Mastery
Type: Skill
    10 Energy 10 Activation    

Full: Charm target animal. Once charmed, your animal companion will travel with you whenever you have Charm Animal equipped. You cannot charm an animal that is more than 4 levels above you.

Concise: Charm target animal. Once charmed, your animal companion will travel with you whenever you have Charm Animal equipped. You cannot charm an animal that is more than 4 levels above you.

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Skill Quests:

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Notes

  • Upon using this skill, the target animal will immediately become hostile during the skill activation time. If you have high level henchmen with you, they are likely to kill it before you can finish charming the animal.
  • The only animals you can charm which are automatically hostile are the Wolf and the Black Bear in pre-searing, the Aggressive Lions/Lionesses in Jahai Bluffs. The Elder Crocodiles in Verdant Cascades were tamable prior to the update of April 9, 2009.
  • This skill can be replaced with a new skill, via learning a new skill or gaining a mission's skill, without losing control of the pet. In explorable areas, the pet will no longer appear with you once you change zones.
  • Once you charm an animal, it will be forever bound to you even if you change professions. The only way to get rid of your pet is to talk to a Pet Tamer.
  • If you need assistance in finding a specific pet, read the pet charming guide.

Trivia

  • The animal in the skill icon seems to be a Lynx.
  • This skill has the longest cast time of any player-usable skill in the game.

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Kāne Milohai (Earth-616) article)

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Kāne Milohai

Kāne Milohai (Earth-616)
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Real Name
Kāne Milohai
Aliases
Tāne, Tame, Kāne

Affiliation
The Akua

Relatives
Papatuanuku (mother); Ranginu (father); Kū, Lono, Kanaloa (brothers); Haumea (wife); Pele, Namaka, Poliahu (daughters); B'ngudja (son)

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Base Of Operations
Hawaiki

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Gender

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Status
Marital Status

Occupation
God of Light

First appearance

Thor #300
(October, 1980)

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History

Kāne is the leader of the Akua, a superhumanly powerful race worshiped as gods by the people of the Pacific islands. He was presumably manifested, along with other deities, by the Demiurge in response to early man's subconscious need for gods.

Kāne was born to Papatuanuku, an aspect of the Earth-mother Gaea, and Ranginu, the primordial embodiment of the sky. The two were locked in such a close embrace that their children lived in total darkness. Rejecting his bloodthirsty brother Kū's suggestion of killing their parents, Kāne instead used his great strength to push his parents apart, bringing light into the world and taking the place of his father as Skyfather of the Akua.

When the third host of Celestials descended upon Earth in 1000 AD, Kāne attended a Council of Godheads meeting to discuss the threat.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Kāne possesses greater than average Akua attributes, though their full extent is unknown at this time.

Abilities

Kāne is an effective and benevolent leader. He presumably has access to all Pacific Island wisdom and history.

Trivia

In Oceanic myth, the Polynesian gods are known as Atua; the Hawaiian gods are known as Kahunas.

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  • Appearances of Kāne Milohai (Earth-616)
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  • Kāne at the Guide to the Mythological Universe

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