Wolverine: Misc



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Full Name: Logan
Known aliases: Wolverine
Species: Human (mutant)
Gender: male
Birthplace: Earth
Affiliation: X-Men
Occupation: adventurer

Wolverine was the code-name of a mutant Human, given name Logan, who existed on Earth in another reality. He was born with a mutant ability to heal nearly instantly, and was the subject of an experiment that bio-chemically bonded a metal, adamantium, to his skeletal structure. He became good friends with Commander Worf of the USS Enterprise-E, who respected his prowess as a warrior. In 2374 he helped defeat the Draa'kon in orbit of Xhaldia before returning to his home reality. His enemies include Sabretooth. (TNG novel: Planet X)

According to material subsequently published by Marvel, Logan's true name is James Howlett.

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External Link

  • Wolverine article at The Marvel Database Project on Wikia.

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Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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"This new UNSC vehicle has a specialized role: anti-aircraft.The Wolverine's surface-to-air missiles enemy aircraft and buildings, but its virtually defenseless against powerful enemy ground units, so you'll have to protect it. A potent counter-punch to enemy Banshees."
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MAAT-9 Wolverine
Production information


Technical specifications

Argent V Missile Pod (2), XM511 Heavy Grenade Launcher


1 driver, 1 gunner(s)


Self Propelled Anti-Aircraft


Human-Covenant War




The MAAT-9 Wolverine is a United Nations Space Command fast moving anti-air vehicle.



The Wolverine.

As the name suggests, the Main Anti-Air Tank Wolverine is designed for anti-air combat. In its arsenal are two pods of Argent V Missiles that are located on the left and right of the driver and gunner seats. These missiles are specialized to target and deliver their warhead to an aircraft with great speed and maneuverability. The missile pods are quite large and can be reloaded via a mechanical system in the Wolverine, which stores a small supply of missiles onboard, the exact standard amount is unknown.[1]

The laser tracking[2] targeting systems and anti-air capabilities of the Wolverine are second to none, but it can also angle its missile pods to launch missiles at ground targets, preferably stationary targets or structures. Although air vehicles generally know to steer clear, the Wolverine is quite vulnerable to anti-armor attacks both from vehicles or heavily upgraded infantry,[1] possessing only light armor. However, it is a versatile unit for rough terrain operations.[2]

The driver has the use of a pivoting[2] XM511 Heavy Grenade Launcher for defense from ground attacks, which can potentially wreck soft targets, but truly this support vehicle relies on heavier units to defend it from a determined attack.[1]

Halo Wars Stats

The Wolverine in-game
  • Air Damage: 14
  • Vehicle Damage: 5
  • Infantry Damage: 3
  • Structure Damage: 5
  • Defense: 14

Available inside the Vehicle Depot, the Wolverine can be built when reaching tech level 3 at a price of 300 resources per unit. Has also two upgrades:

  • "Volley": Wolverines can launch a barrage attack that engages both air and ground targets. Costs 400 resources and tech level 3 required.
  • "Dual Launchers": Increases the number of missile launchers for more damage. Costs 900 resources and tech level 4 required.


As aforementioned, the Wolverine is actually effective only against air units. Make sure they are escorted by vehicles like the SP42 Cobra or the Scorpion, which act poorly against aircraft but are excellent anti-armor. When upgraded the Wolverine becomes somewhat a more versatile unit, since "Volley" allows it to strike like an artillery piece would.


  • It bears more than merely a passing resemblance to the M1097 Avenger Air Defense System used by the US Army in the 21st Century and to the much older American M3 and German SdKfz 251 Half tracks of World War II.
  • Apparently, the factory that produced the Wolverine design and parts was located on Mars, and was bombed in 2535 (presumably by Insurrectionists), at least temporarily halting further production of the unit,[3] although it is likely the Wolverine or some sort of replacement would have remained in service because of the gap in UNSC anti-air defenses its absence would leave.
  • The Wolverine is similar to the GDI Pitbull from Command & Conquer 3, as they are both anti-air units and the Pitbull carries a small mortar once upgraded, similar to the Wolverine's grenade launcher.
  • When fully upgraded the wolverine can be used effectively as a rocket artillery unit, especially in groups.
  • The Wolverine also bears a striking resemblance to the G.I. Joe missile tank of the same name, having similar roles and designs.



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Wolverine. Ensemble Studios. Accessed on 2008-22-08
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Wolverine Concept Art. Ensemble Studios. Accessed on 2008-26-09
  3. Halo Wars Interview
UNSC Armored Ground Vehicles
Reconnaissance vehicles: M274 Mongoose Ultra-Light All-Terrain Vehicle | M12 Warthog Light Reconnaissance Vehicle
Light Armored Vehicles: M12A1 Warthog Light Anti-Armor Vehicle | M12G1 Warthog Light Anti-Armor Vehicle | Missile Warthog
Armored Personnel Carriers: M831 Warthog Troop Transport | M312 Elephant HRV
Tanks: M808B Scorpion Main Battle Tank | M-145D Rhino | Grizzly
Self-propelled artillery: M-145D Rhino | SP42 Cobra
Combat Support Vehicles: MAAT-9 Wolverine | Cyclops | Gremlin Combat Support Vehicle

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

While often shrouded in mystery, Wolverine's past is full of government secrets, traumatic events, and death. Born James Howlett, in rural Canada, the man who went by Logan for most of his life started out as a sickly child. His mutation did not present itself until he witnessed a violent death, and was forced to flee his home and live on the road due to the claws made of bone that sometimes protrude from between his knuckles.

For a time, he lived amongst the beasts of the wilderness, before making his way to Japan during World War II. While there, he learned the ways of the Samurai to help calm his berserker rage, before another violent death triggered his return to his native country and the black ops program of Weapon X. There, they grafted Adamantium to his bones, erased his memory, and continued his warrior training, turning him into their fiercest soldier and ultimate achievement.

Eventually he would meet Charles Xavier, who would befriend Logan and persuade him to join the third incarnation of the X-Men. From there, Wolverine has been in and out of many teams, drifting between his own agenda and those of leaders he believes in.

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Wolverine is a human (well, mutant) in the Generation One and Movie continuity families.
He's the best there is at what he does, and what he does is make gratuitous guest appearances.

Wolverine, aka Logan, is a military veteran cowboy from Canada who's famous for acting as a superhero. He is not Peter Cullen. He is, however, Scott McNeil. And Neil Ross. And Steve Blum.

His fleshy, hairy human exterior seems to hide some sort of metallic infrastructure, which is not unheard of by Transformers. A mutant (no, not that kind of Mutant - or that one either), he has hyperadvanced healing abilities and incredibly acute senses.

He's also a completely unlikable asshole. Naturally, this means he is nigh-indestructible and completely unstoppable and just rules over everything. Prowl is probably having flashbacks.



IDW comics continuity

The New Avengers/The Transformers

Wolverine was one of the Avengers sent to investigate the conflict between Latveria and Symkaria caused by the Decepticons. After entering a dome structure, the Avengers were attacked by the building's defenses and Spider-Man got kidnapped, which upset Wolverine. When the Autobots arrived, Wolverine was confused by a talkin' truck. The only recourse was to attack the talkin' truck. Man and Machine, Part One

Transformers (2007) film continuity

When Robert Epps thought triple claw marks left in a thick steel wall were the result of an attack by Freddy Krueger, Glen Whitmann pointed out that Freddy Krueger's got four claws. "That was Wolverine!" With a voice lacking any hint of humor, Agent Simmons replied that his comment was very funny.



  • Wolverine (Crossovers, 2008)
Or you could pick... WHAT'S IN THE BOX.

This item is currently scheduled for release, but is not yet available.

Wolverine transforms from a rally truck to a robotic facsimile of a mutant with giant claws. Said claws can extend.

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You will be whole again. I promise.
I cannot remain in this unacceptable operational status!

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