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Music

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Contents

History

Discography

Main article: The Cure discography

Albums

  • Three Imaginary Boys
  • 17 Seconds
  • Faith
  • Pornography
  • The Top
  • Head on the Door
  • Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss me
  • Mixed Up
  • Disintegration
  • Wish
  • Wild Mood Swings
  • Staring at the Sea
  • Galore
  • Bloodflowers
  • Greatest Hits
  • The Cure
  • 4:13 Dream

Awards

Main article: The Cure awards

Grammy Awards

American Music Awards

Trivia

Similar Artists

References

External Links



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Fallout

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Marie

Marie in her crib
Biography
race: Human
affiliation: Pitt Raiders
role: Cure
location: The Pitt, Haven
family: Ishmael Ashur - father
Sandra Kundanika - mother
Gameplay
appearances: The Pitt
quests: Free Labor
Statistics
Technical
actor:
base id: xx000f35 (Marie's Crib)
ref id: xx000f36 (Marie's Crib)
Baby
weight: 5
value: 0
quests: Free Labor
base id: xx000f39

Marie is the daughter of Ishmael Ashur and Sandra Kundanika, and touted as the cure for Troglodyte Degeneration Contagion in 2277.

Contents

Background

She was born with a natural resistance to radiation and Troglodyte Degeneration Contagion, and because of this unique gift she has been studied by her parents to find a cure to help with the constant radiation in The Pitt.

Notes

  • She weighs 5 pounds.
  • Teddy Bears are her favorite toy.
  • When observed closely, Marie squirms in her crib.
  • Once the player picks her up, she becomes a quest item called 'Baby' and therefore cannot be dropped.

Appearances

Marie appears in the Fallout 3 add-on The Pitt.

Behind the Scenes

The name Marie for someone who is a Cure may be a reference to Marie Skłodowska-Curie, a Polish Scientist and Nobel Prize winner who discovered numerous radioactive elements. She died of radiation poisoning.

The Pitt (add-on)

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Starwars

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The Cure
Attribution
Author(s)

James L. Cambias

Publication information
Publisher

West End Games

Released

May 1, 1995

General information
Genre(s)

RPG adventure

Issue number(s)

6 of 18

Era(s)

Rebellion era

Series

Star Wars Adventure Journal

The Cure was an adventure for Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game published in Star Wars Adventure Journal 6. It was written by James L. Cambias. It was later republished in Classic Adventures: Volume Four - The Best of the Journal.

Plot summary

The adventure revolved around the Imperial quarantine of the Mid Rim world Sedesia, ostensibly to prevent the spread of a disease, but in actuality to trial a drug that produced a compliant populace. A team from the Alliance to Restore the Republic infiltrate the planet and try and uncover what the Imperials are up to.

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Organizations and titles Sentient species Vehicles and vessels Weapons and technology Miscellanea

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Transformers

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Ratbat sends a team of Autobot prisoners to kill all Transformers infected with the Scraplets. If they don't comply, the Earth will be destroyed.

Contents

Synopsis

Ratbat captures the Throttlebots during a fuel raid on Cybertron. Rather than have them executed, he sends them to Earth on a mission to destroy all Transformers infected with Scraplets. They are given 10 hours to complete this mission, after which Ratbat threatens to destroy the Earth. Meanwhile, Charlie Fong discovers the cure for Scraplets: water.

Goldbug arranges for G.B. Blackrock to have water transported to the crater to cure all the infected Transformers, but when Goldbug prepares to cure Blaster and the Triple Changers, Blaster tells Goldbug to kill him rather than save the Decepticons. During Goldbug's hesitation, the Scraplets merge into a conglomerate monster to fight back. The Scraplet monster proves more than a match for the weaponless Throttlebots, and Goldbug decides to cure Blaster and the Decepticons to provide enough firepower to fight against the monster. The gambit proves effective, and Blaster finishes the Scraplets off with the acid that Throttlebots brought with them. Goldbug uses the last of the water Blackrock brought to the crater to remove the Scraplets that had infected the Throttlebots during the fight.

Astrotrain learns enough about Blackrock to believe him to be of use to the Decepticons, and attaches a small microchip to Blackrock's forehead. The chip flashes a light pattern in front of Blackrock's eyes, then falls away unseen by anyone else. The Decepticons then escape, carrying the cargo from the freighter which brought the Scraplets to Earth.

Credits

Script: Bob Budiansky
Pencils: Don Perlin
Inks: Ian Akin and Brian Garvey
Colors: Nelson Yomtov
Lettering: Janice Chiang
Editor: Don Daley

  • Originally published: July, 1987

Major characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

Autobots Decepticons Humans
Regulars

Guests

  • Charley Fong (11)
  • Jim and Ernie (13)

Errors

  • Despite Ratbat's threat to destroy the Earth, no effort is made by the Autobots to contact him after the Scraplets threat is averted. Apparently, the Earth does not get destroyed.
  • The color schemes for the three sports car Throttlebots are constantly confused in this issue. Searchlight, Chase and Freeway all switch color schemes on the opening splash page. They're drawn and colored correctly after that, but later Chase is shown with Searchlight's head and colors. Someone must have referenced this issue for the later GI Joe/Generation 2 crossover, because the same error repeats there.

Items of note

  • On page 13, Goldbug refers to Blackrock's company as "Blackrock Enterprises".
  • Charlie Fong also appeared in issues of "Sleepwalker".
  • References to other Transformers continuities/issues: The freighter was sent by Ratbat on a secret mission last issue (#29) before becoming infected by Scraplets. The nature of its secret cargo will be revealed next issue (#31).
  • This issue was reprinted by IDW Publishing as Generations #11. It featured a new cover by Nick Roche.

Covers (3)

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Specifics: UK cover
  • U.S. cover: Rollbar punching through the Scraplet monster by Herb Trimpe
  • UK issue 126 cover: The Throttlebots attack Goldbug by Lee Sullivan
  • UK issue 127 cover: The Scraplet monster attacks the Throttlebots by Robin Smith

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