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The Virgo Subligar is one of the thirteen Zodiac subligaria, which can obtained from a Fomor Ranger in specific level-capped dungeons around Tavnazia. It is used to obtain the Shikaree Aketon, a jacket worn by Ranger and Corsairs.
Virgo is one of the twelve Zodiac Stones, and one of the seven inhabited by a Lucavi demon. It is central to the Lucavi plot, as it is one of the three components required to resurrect Saint Ajora Glabados and with him, Ultima, the other two being a suitable human host for the demon and ample bloodshed. Hashmal, through the War of the Lions, attempts to meet this level of carnage while searching for the right host, which he ultimately finds in Alma Beoulve. In the desolate ruins of the Airship Graveyard, Hashmal tries to bring Saint Ajora back to life, but realizes the War of the Lions has not contributed quite enough of the requisite blood. After failing to destroy Ramza's party as a sacrifice, Hashmal commits suicide to fulfill his goal. The Lucavi's blood falls down upon the Virgo Stone and a still Alma, and in a blaze of dark energies, Saint Ajora walks the earth anew.
Virgo is also a zodiac sign used to determine damage compatibility between characters during battle. Virgo has optimal compatibility with Pisces, good compatibility with Capricorn and Taurus, and bad compatibility with Sagittarius and Gemini.
|The War of the Lions|
|Ramza Beoulve - Mustadio Bunansa - Lady Agrias Oaks - Rapha Galthena - Marach Galthena - Cidolfus Orlandeau - Meliadoul Tengille - Ladd - Alicia - Lavian - Boco - Luso|
|Alma Beoulve - Orran Durai - Ser Goffard Gaffgarion - Delita Heiral - Argath Thadalfus - Princess Ovelia Atkascha|
|Secret playable characters|
|Beowulf Cadmus - Reis Duelar - Construct 8 - Cloud Strife - Byblos - Balthier|
|Folmarv Tengille - Loffrey Wodring - Isilud Tengille - Cletienne Duroi - Barich Fendsor - Aliste Rosenheim - Wiegraf Folles|
|Ultima - Hashmal - Adrammelech - Belias - Cúchulainn - Zalera - Elidibus - Celia - Lettie - Archaeodaemon - Ultima Demon|
|Queen Louveria Atkascha - King Ondoria Atkascha III - Prince Orinus Atkascha - Duke Bestrald Larg - Duke Druksmald Goltanna - Chancellor Glevanne - Marquis Messam Elmdore - Barbaneth Beoulve - Dycedarg Beoulve - Zalbaag Beoulve -Tietra Heiral - Ludovich Baert - Grand Duke Gerrith Barrington - Besrudio Bunansa - Saint Ajora Glabados - High Confessor Marcel Funebris - Cardinal Alphonse Delacroix - Valmafra Lenande - Confessor Zalmour Lucianada - Simon Penn-Lachish - Germonique - Milleuda Folles - Gragoroth Levigne - Gustav Margriff - Lezales - Arazlam Durai - Master Darlavon - Aerith - Celebrant Bremondt Freitberg|
|Eagrose Castle - Magick City of Gariland - Merchant City of Dorter - Ziekden Fortress - Brigands' Den - Mandalia Plains - Siedge Weald - Lenalian Plateau|
|Lionel Castle - Castled City of Zaland - Port City of Warjilis - Clockwork City of Goug - Golgollada Gallows - Tchigolith Fenlands - Balias Swale - Balias Tor|
|Limberry Castle - Dorvauldar Marsh - Lake Poescas - Beddha Sandwaste|
|Zeltennia Castle - Trade City of Sal Ghidos - Finnath Creek - Mount Germinas|
|Riovanes Castle - Walled City of Yardrow - Yuguewood - Fovoham Windflats|
|Royal City of Lesalia - Mining Town of Gollund - Free City of Bervenia - Orbonne Monastery - Fort Besselat - Zeklaus Desert - Mount Bervenia - Araguay Woods - Grogh Heights - Zeirchele Falls - Dugeura Pass|
|Mullonde Cathedral - Necrohol of Mullonde - Lost Halidom - Airship Graveyard|
|Nelveska Temple - Midlight's Deep - The Kingdom of Ordallia|
|Baert Trading Company - Battle of Fort Besselat - Battle of Ziekden Fortress - Church of Glabados - Corpse Brigade - Durai Papers - Fifty Years' War - Holy Ydoran Empire - House Beoulve - House Tengille - Khamja - Knights Templar - Knockback - Mossfungus - Order of the Eastern Sky - Order of the Northern Sky - Order of the Southern Sky - Pharism - Poachers' Den - Scriptures of Germonique - Tavern - War of the Lions - Warriors' Guild - Zodiac Braves - Zodiac Stones|
|Aries - Taurus - Gemini - Cancer - Leo - Virgo - Libra - Scorpio - Sagittarius - Capricorn - Aquarius - Pisces - Ophiuchus|
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The Virgo is a two-door car featured in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories and Grand Theft Auto IV. It can usually be found all over Vice City and San Andreas; it can be found in the Los Santos area.
Between GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories, the Virgo is depicted as a luxury two-door American coupe, resembling a 1977–1979 Mercury Cougar, combined with a 1977-1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V. The side windows, front end and bulge on the trunk resemble the Cougar; the taillights resemble those of the Continental Mark V, albeit with some lights missing. In terms of color choices, the Virgo may come with a variety of colors for the vinyl top depending on the body color, including black, brown, cream, white, or in GTA Vice City Stories' case, the same matching color as the body's.
GTA Vice City (Rear quarter view).
GTA San Andreas (Rear quarter view).
GTA Vice City Stories (Rear quarter view).
In GTA IV, the Virgo (with a Dundreary brand) is still based on a 1977-1979 Cougar, with the Mark V's rear fenders and rear side windows (minus the opera windows). The taillights and license plate position derive from neither car; they resemble the rear of the Remington (and to some extent the Esperanto) from GTA San Andreas.
In the GTA III era, the Virgo possesses generally average performance credentials, with moderate acceleration, responsive steering, and a mediocre top speed. Its weight and crash endurance are unremarkable.
The Virgo in GTA IV is most likely powered by a high-output V6, coupled to a 5 speed gearbox in RWD configuration. Acceleration is very poor, due to its weight and underpowered engine. Top speed is adequate, though not exceptional. Handling is above average, with the Virgo cornering at full speed quite well; the suspension, however, is far too soft, often leading to heavy body roll and massive oversteer. Braking is slightly below average, and ABS is available, but not very common. Crash deformation is below average, as is engine build quality; it cannot survive many direct hits before failing. Overall, this vehicle is better suited to city cruising than high-speed applications.
It is advisable to drive around in a lower-end car to increase the chances of the car spawning.
Virgo is a constellation that can be viewed in the skies of Gielinor. It can be observed clearly in Observatory Quest. Similar to many of constellations in Gielinor, Virgo is also present in the real world.
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