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  • Cyborg's family got killed by Super Eviler Bowser. Cyborg used the parts of his dead family to become a "Huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuumaaaaaaaaaaaan" as Cyborg said while doing it, and got swag. HE KILLED EVERYONE ON THE STREET AND EVERYTHING BLEW UP AND CYBORG FLEW AWAY FROM THE EXPLOSION AND WAS GONNA LAND ONTO EARTH!
  • Cyborg é uma raça.thumb|300px|right|Todos os cyborgs da série
  • Horribly injured in an accident, Victor Stone was rebuilt as Cyborg, who would go on to join the Justice League. He is one of the many superheroes summoned by the Council of Royals to fight against the Black Marauder.
  • あきらめに行こう人魚の信者の舟で人の世は赤い太古の噴火のエコー Love You ほら吹き夢も見えたはずにおみやげは吹き矢バスの駅から放つ 明日までに消える石の橋の上で折り紙に折った長いダイヤグラム Love You ほら吹き空も飛べたはずにおみやげは磁石夜の砂場で回す あきらめに行こう人魚の信者の舟で人の世は赤い太古の噴火のエコー Love You ほら吹き夢も見えたはずにおみやげは吹き矢バスの駅から放つ
  • Jinzōningen (jap. 人造人, übers. künstlicher Mensch) sind entweder künstlich geschaffene Lebewesen in Form von Androiden und Klonen oder aber modifizierte Menschen die mittels maschineller Bauteile zu Cyborgs wurden. Vor allem der irdische Wissenschaftler Doktor Gero von der Red-Ribbon-Armee war bis zu seinem Tod ein bekannter Schaffer dieser Jinzōningen, die übermenschliche Kräfte besitzen.
  • A Cyborg character counts as living and as both a Droid and a non-Droid. This means it benefits from effects that target Droids (such as Repair) in addition to other kinds of effects (such as Heal). However, a Cyborg character is also vulnerable to harmful effects that don’t normally affect Droids (such as critical hits) as well as those that specify Droids (such as Electric Shock +10). Cyborgs can be affected by commander effects.
  • Cyborg is a giant alien creature from the future who is more of a match for Scarface in a fight.
  • Ein Cyborg war eine Organische Lebensform mit syntethisch wiederhergestellten Körperteilen. Einige Cyborgs waren von diesen künstlichen Implantaten sogar lebensabhängig.
  • Cyborg is a member of the superhero group, the Teen Titans.
  • Los Cyborgs son aquellos personajes que tienen algunas partes de su cuerpo, o su cuerpo es cambiado totalmente a partes cibernéticas para mejorar su rendimiento o habilidades. Esto es hecho por un proceso comunmente referido a robotización o automización.
  • It used to be that cyborgization was in the future. Of course, the futurologists predicted that we would duly have the artificial limbs and organs, but most people probably didn't realise that this future would actually come. It was about science fiction films, such as Robocop, not about reality for which you plan and prepare yourself. This has changed. There are millions of disabled people who need cybernetic implants. As these people get them and get out starting to lead a normal life among us, we will gradually come to regard cyborgisation as normal and beneficial.
  • Cyborg was a semi-mechancial member of the Somets. He could combine with Itraz and Illusion to form Sailorix.
  • Much technological advances were made in the 35 years between GOF1 and GOF2 and as a result, cybernetic implants are have become less visible.
  • Cyborg is one of the main character types or classes in Final Fantasy Legend III. There are a few cyborgs that are non-playable characters found across Pureland. Cyborgs, like Beasts, can use weapons, talents, and magic, but have no specialties. This can be offset by their high stats. Cyborgs can be good at anything if given strong equipment as they depend on equipment for most of their stats. In addition to the same benefits that other classes get from equipment, cyborgs also get bonuses that depend on the type and strength of the equipment.
  • Un Cyborg es una forma de vida humana o de otro tipo que se ha modificado con maquinaria o tecnología para un mejor funcionamiento. Estas mejoras mecánicas incluyen reemplazos cibernéticos para los órganos o partes del cuerpo que faltan, piel de metal para una mayor protección y armas instaladas en alguna parte del cuerpo.
  • Cyborg is published by DC Comics. Current price per issue is $3.99.
  • Starts in Prologue A. At the Epilogue, a Mercenary that looks like CYBORG watches the Ex-NEVEC Commander from afar with arms crossed. When he turn his back to them, he sees the Snow Pirates gathering.
  • To be classified as a Cyborg one would have to be not fully mechanical, or at least retain some human traits such as consciousness to a human degree, which is why Androids such as Mr. EAD or QQQ are classified as such, but anthropomorphic robots with little intelligence like Death Soldiers are not.
  • A Cyborg is a formally organic living being that has been augmented by technology to the point where the being cannot survive if either the mechanical of organic part is removed. They are not very prolific throughout known space because people can be genetically tweaked in order to get many of the same effects that becoming a cyborg would give them. Being able to tolerate high gravity worlds, surviving in toxic atmospheres, having implanted communication and other virtual hubs, and being able to pick up very heavy objects are all modifications that are easily introduced into the human genome through engineering.
  • Cyborg to profit w Fallout 3.
  • Cyborgs were part living, part robotic beings.
  • Cyborg (Binary code: 0111000111010111111000111000 CYBORG) is a robot character in Head Soccer and therefore one of the 11 characters that doesn't represent an actual country. It was added in Update 1.2 along with Mexico and The Netherlands and it's a 5 star opponent in Arcade mode. If you have any questions about Cyborg, please ask them here. __TOC__
  • Cyborg is a Teen Titan. He appears in Hottie 3: The Best Fan Fic in the World where he and the rest of the Teen Titans are members of the Department of Hotness.
  • A Cyborg (サイボーグ, Saibōgu) is a cybernetically enhanced living being.
  • A cyborg was an individual whose physical abilities were extended beyond normal limitatons by mechanical components. The Borg were a common example of this. The difference between a robot and a cyborg was the former had no organic components. In 2372, Ensign Harry Kim observed that Automated Unit 3947 was not a cyborg. (VOY: "Prototype")
  • A cyborg was a life form with mechanical parts implanted in their body, such as an artificial arm. They served most often as life support, replacements for body parts that were lost or for biological upgrades, such as Aurra Sing's radio planted in her brain.
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  • Cyborg is a member of the Teen Titans who's half-human and half-'duct tape'. When their son Victor was in an accident, genius inventors and negligent parents Silas and Elinore Stone realized if they played their cards right they would never have to buy another kitchen appliance again. And so the Cyborg was created, out of a toaster, a blender, some parts of a broken washing machine, paper clips and rubber bands. These unique abilities allow him to act as an invaluable coat-rack to the rest of the Titans. Unfortunately, he's not much cuter as a chibi, either. He also has an evil white twin called Zig-Zag Ziggy Fuckface Pedo. He is dressed oddly, likes to rape little girls, and is also from a crappy video-game.
  • A sympathetic doctor releases a half-human/half-machine subject named Victor who was being held captive and experimented on by LuthorCorp. While making his escape, Victor is struck by Lana's car. After watching him walk away without a scratch, Lana calls Clark to investigate. Clark befriends Victor and promises to help him find his girlfriend, but Lex traps Victor and takes him back to LuthorCorp.
  • thumb|263pxCyborg,es una película de ciencia-ficción de 1989, dirigida por Albert Pyun y protagonizada por Jean Claude Van Damme.
  • ===== File:Placeholder A Cyborg is a chilled out happy person from Phil`s real time dimension.Debbie is the only Cyborg in the series Phil Of The Future.Pim is considered to be Debbie`s best friend though really doestn`t like Debbie and in fact hates her.They like singing,high notes especially as we find out in Season 2.Cyborgs are usually quite likeable and in Debbie`s case popular.Pim considers Debbie to be evil so we presume Cyborgs are evil. =====
  • The machine components were different from prosthetics, as they not only substituted the replaced body parts, but also enhanced them. The most well known cyborg type were the Cyborg Ninjas, although there were other types. The term Exoskeleton was initially applied to full-body non-removable cybernetics such as the one worn by Gray Fox. By 2018, the term Cyborg Body was used for such systems with only removable systems referred to as exoskeletons.
  • Cyborgs are mechanical beings built by the Campaigner as security guards for his fortress.
  • Cyborg är en mekanisk livsform från Vintergatan galaxen. Cyborgen har organiska och mekaniska delar. Systemherren Mars tillverkade tre Cyborger efter tre legender från Jorden som skulle strida mot varandra i hans Colosseum. (RPG: "Stargate SG-1: Fall of Rome")
  • Cyborg is a playable species. They are available for all classes for free-to-play accounts.
  • Ein Cyborg ist eine Verbindung aus menschlichem Gewebe und Dura Stahl, sowie chirurgischem Panzerplast. Verschieden ist jedoch die Zusammensetzung, ob mehr Maschine oder Lebewesen vorhanden ist. Das größte Beispiel ist dabei General Grievous, früher Qymaen jai Sheelal, der bei einem Shuttle Unfall auf seiner Heimatwelt Kalee tödlich verletzt wurde und, nach mühseligen Überzeugungen des Bankenclans, der Umwandlung zu einem Cyborg zustimmte. Sämtliche Gefühle, abgesehen von Hass, Rache und Wut, wurden dabei entfernt. Auch die unwichtigeren Organe wurden dabei nicht verschont, so besitzt er lediglich Herz und Lungenflügel, die ihm das Atmen durch eine Verletzung auch nicht leichter machen.
  • Ein Cyborg ist eine Verbindung aus menschlichem Gewebe und Dura Stahl, sowie chirurgischem Panzerplast. Verschieden ist jedoch die Zusammensetzung, ob mehr Maschine oder Lebewesen vorhanden ist. Das größte Beispiel ist dabei General Grievous, früher Qymaen jai Sheelal, der bei einem Shuttle Unfall auf seiner Heimatwelt Kalee tödlich verletzt wurde und, nach mühseligen Überzeugungen des Bankenclans, der Umwandlung zu einem Cyborg zustimmte. Sämtliche Gefühle, abgesehen von Hass, Rache und Wut, wurden dabei entfernt. Auch die unwichtigeren Organe wurden dabei nicht verschont, so besitzt er lediglich Herz und Lungenflügel, die ihm das Atmen durch eine Verletzung auch nicht leichter machen.
  • Cyborgs were beings both organic and machine. The best known example of cyborgs were the Cymeks The Butlerian Jihad left a great revulsion for cyborgs even among the Bene Gesserit. However Shaddam IV thought that human minds attached to robot bodies are not in violation of the Jihad tenets.
  • Cyborg is nearly impossible to kill for several reasons. * MISSILES! * Flamethrower Proof Armor * Extreme Power and Force * Super Mario Jump Boost * Shoop Da Whoop Sonic Blasters
  • Der Begriff Cyborg bezeichnet einen Menschen, der aus biologischen und künstlichen Teilen besteht. Der Cyborg ist ein Mischwesen zwischen lebendigem Organismus und Maschine. Der Name ist ein Akronym und leitet sich vom englischen cybernetic organism, »kybernetischer Organismus« ab. Cyborgs sind keine Roboter und sollten auch nicht mit deren Untergruppe, den Androiden verwechselt werden.
  • Cyborgs, whether partial or full conversion, seek to become perfect warriors by leaving the weakness of flesh in exchange for bodies of metal. Though very expensive, their torso and limbs can be upgraded and/or fitted with a variety of weapons, sensors, and armor.
  • The Cyborg was the planned Might-based hero class for the Forge faction in the original concept for Heroes III: Armageddon's Blade. Only the class's name was revealed; no information was released regarding its appearance, statistics or individual heroes.
  • Herido tras un extraño accidente, el atleta de instituto Victor Stone salvó la vida gracias a una avanzada tecnología cibernética. Hoy es conocido como Cyborg, el miembro más joven de la Liga de la Justicia. El avanzado cuerpo metálico de Victor le proporciona superfuerza, velocidad y armamento suficiente como para enfrentarse a las fuerzas del mal.
  • thumb|Moderne CyborgsCyborgs sind mischwesen zwischen künstlichen und lebendigen Organismus. In Dragonball Z wurden alle Cyborgs von Dr.Gero erschaffen und weden zwischen modernen und altmodischen Cyborgs unterschieden.
  • Ein Fallout 3 Perk, das ab Erreichen von Level 14 verfügbar ist.thumb|Cyborg Perk
  • A cyborg (a concatenation of cybernetic organism) is someone who is part organic and part electronic/digital. The term was coined by Manfred Clynes and Nathan S. Kline in 1960.
  • Cyborg ist ein Mutant mit der Fähigkeit, seinen Körper durch Waffen und Metalle regenerieren zu lassen.
  • Advantages: +1 Level to Strength Stat. +2 power-ups (Level Increases) used to boost the ranks of your powers (A +50 point gain). Disadvantages: -1 Level to Body Stat. Cannot purchase disadvantages on powers. Cannot use any Mental Category Powers until the character wins six fights.
  • A cyborg (cybernetic organism) is an organism that is a self-regulating integration of artificial and natural systems. The Series 8xx and 900 Infiltrators are made up of living tissue over metal endoskeletons, and have referred to themselves as "cybernetic organisms". Both Terminators and Resistance fighters have also occasionally used the phrase "cyborg" interchangeably with "cybernetic organism".
  • His father was a scientist studying how to subdue the superhumans. Then Darkseid attacked the lab and Victor was in an explosion in the lab and his father saved by putting him technology and transformed him in a cyborg. But before that he was a football player.
  • Cyborg (Robombre en España) es una de los nuevos aliens del Maxitrix de Ben 10: La Liga del Mal
  • Los cyborgs son una especie medio humana, medio cibernetica, son jugables. Pueden ser Soldados, Cazarrecompensas, Guerreros Sith, Agentes Imperiales y Contrabandistas.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Cyborg, also known as Victor Stone, is a superhero that had to be turned into a cyborg due to an accident. He is a regular member of the Teen Titans.
  • As a matter of law, it establishes Caidin as the creator of Steve Austin, Oscar Goldman and Rudy Wells. This fact is a major part of the reason that these characters do not appear in Bionic Woman (2007). Even though Jaime Sommers did not originate in any of Caidin's work, each episode of the original The Bionic Woman series carries a credit acknowledging that the spin-off series, like its parent program, was based upon Cyborg (the characters of Goldman and Wells, introduced in this book, did make regular appearances in the new series, and Steve Austin played a recurring role). The 2007 version of Bionic Woman is considered sufficiently distanced from the original source material that neither Caidin and his novel, nor Kenneth Johnson, the nominal creator of Sommers, receive screen credit.
  • The term Cyborg is used for a human/humanoid creature or other organic creatures who have artificial modifications.
  • Un cyborg è una forma di vita biologica che è stata potenziata con parti metalliche. Queste aggiunte meccaniche possono riguardare sostituzioni di organi mancanti, strati di metallo sulla pelle o armi installate da qualche parte sul corpo.
  • [[Bild:Griev_1.jpg|100px|thumb|right|Grievous, en av de mest kända cyborgerna i Galaxen.]] En cyborg var en individ med cybernetiska proteser eller "delar". De ansågs av vissa vara missfoster. En cybernetiker var en person som forskade om och utvecklade cybernetiska delar.
  • Cyborgs are Master Villain-level enemies and members of the ARGENT villain group. These augmented soldiers fulfill various roles within the organization, their versatility and abilities making them extremely adaptable commanders.
  • A cyborg is a cybernetic organism (i.e. an organism that is a self-regulating integration of both artificial and natural systems). Cyborgs are a prominent staple of comic books.
  • "Booh-yah!"-Cyborg [src] Victor Stone is the hero Cyborg. He is young and immature but he's strong enough to defeat his archenemy, Brother Blood.
  • A Cyborg (サイボーグ Saibōgu?) is a human who has been mechanically modified in order to achieve enhanced performance. They belong to the Science side and presumably only Academy City has enough technology to properly produce them.
  • Cyborg, also known as Shadaloo's Monitor Cyborg (モニターサイボーグ Monitor Cyborg?), is a character from the Street Fighter series who was originally featured in the 1994 film Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie before appearing as playable fighter in Street Fighter II: The Interactive Movie. It's aim is to gather intel from fighter's from all across the globe to further Shadaloo's research.
  • Cyborgs are characters who have some parts of their body, or their entire body changed to cybernetic parts to improve their performance and abilities. This is done through a process commonly referred to as roboticization or automation.
  • Cyborg is a term derived from the English language words "cybernetic organism", referring to a synthesis or combination of natural life processes with machines and technology. The further shortening of this term can be considered to be the origin of the name of the Borg civilization, a notable example of cyborg life.
  • A cyborg is a being with both biological and artificial (e.g. electronic, mechanical, or robotic) parts. They play a prominent role in the Battle Angel Alita universe: many residents of the Scrapyard are cyborgs and it is revealed in Last Order that cyberization is widespread throughout the Solar System. Alita and numerous other characters are either fully cyberized, i.e. only their brains are human, while others have undergone partial cyberization.
  • thumb|Ein Cyborg Ein Cyborg ist eine künstliche Lebensform, die zum Teil aus organischen, zum Teil aus rein technischen Komponenten besteht. Ein typisches Beispiel für Cyborgs sind die Borg. Künstliche Lebensformen, die keine organische Komponenten enthalten, nennt man Roboter oder Android. (VOY: )
  • Cyborgs are trying to take over the world. The new ERA (Evil Robot Army) has taken in hundreds of thousands of citizens into their control from birth. This new ERA of the world will be completely run by cyborgs. The ERA is an accomplice of bears. This is only a further plot to take down Colbert in the bear uprising of 2012.
  • A cyborg (cybernetic organism) was an organic creature of which synthetic enhancements/upgrades had been integrated into their bodies for the purpose of improving physical and/or mental capacities, although it was used for replacing lost limbs and recovering from serious injuries as well.
  • Cyborgs are humans who have cybernetic enhancements, that grants them enhanced physical attributes.
  • The Cyborg is a fictional class for Stick Ranger whom utilizes three weapons at once, and cannot use compo items. The weapon types are: * Eye Graft (or just Eye) * Mechanical Arm (or just Arm) * Mechanical Leg (or just Leg) The Cyborg is considered to be a Hybrid (Melee&Ranged) class.
  • The cyborg is a half-human, half-machine zomboid thing assigned to patrol the streets of Xenon by Sludge Vohaul, and controlled by his will. Some were possibly sent out to search for Roger Wilco. Roger Wilco encountered one of the cyborgs, a wrinkled old man, skinny and deformed, its teeth rotting out. It's clothes were tattered and a grotesque metal contraption was clamped to its head which serves to hold the eyelids permanently open. It had the appearance of a dead walking corpse, and a shambling walk. It was largely unaware of the existence things going on around it (except when it directly encounters an intruder), and was controlled by some other concsousness. If Roger got too close it would scream (and point at Roger) to summon the Droid-O-Death. The cyborg has a pungent odor much lik
  • A cyborg is a human with cybernetic implants ranging from replacements, to enhancements, to a completely artificial form. Cyborgs are living organisms possessing artificial organs. Cyborgs are considered obsolete technology, once popular during the implementation of the Life Recycling Act, before nano and Realian technologies emerged. Since the advent of Realian technology, all effort to develop new cyborgs was abandoned, but pre-existing models continued to be upgraded. However, with the enactment of the Species Preservation Act this practice was also stopped, making version 8.0 the last in the Ziggurat Industries series.
  • Although Victor Stone's scientist parents encouraged Victor to pursue academic interests, he found athletic activity far more to his taste. During an experiment, Victor's mother accidentally unleashed a creature from another dimension that killed her instantly and badly wounded Victor. While his wife died, Victor's father managed to save his son by grafting cybernetic parts to Victor's organs and computerizing synthetic nerve bases to his spine.
  • A cyborg is a cybernetic organism (i.e. an organism that has both artificial and natural systems). The term was coined in 1960 when Manfred Clynes and Nathan Kline used it in an article about the advantages of self-regulating human-machine systems in outer space. D. S. Halacy's Cyborg: Evolution of the Superman in 1965 featured an introduction which spoke of a "new frontier" that was "not merely space, but more profoundly the relationship between 'inner space' to 'outer space' -a bridge...between mind and matter." The cyborg is often seen today merely as an organism that has enhanced abilities due to technology, but this perhaps oversimplifies the category of feedback.
  • Vic Stone was the son of a pair of scientists who decided to use him as a test subject for various intelligence enhancement projects. However, Victor grew to resent this treatment and fell in with a young miscreant named Ron Evers who led him into trouble with the law. This was the beginning of a struggle where Victor strove for his own life engaging in pursuits his parents disapproved of such as athletics. In addition, Victor still kept bad company that led him into incidents such as when he was talked into participating in a street gang fight in which he was wounded. For the most part however, Victor still had a largely normal life under the circumstances where he also refused to follow his best friend's grandiose plans of racially motivated terrorism.
  • Traditionell ist ein Cyborg ein Mensch, welcher durch Hinzufügen technischer Komponenten zu einem Mischwesen aus Mensch und Maschine wird. Kyle Reese im Film Terminator bezeichnet den T-800 als einen Cyborg und lehnt den Begriff Roboter ab. Das Modell 101 aus Terminator 2 bezeichnet sich selbst als „kybernetischer Organismus“ (= Cyborg). Die Hybrid oder 3000er Serie wären demnach echte Cyborgs, da es sich dabei um Menschen handelt, die in eine Maschine umgeformt wurden.
  • The term biomechanoid was also used to apply to cybernetic-biological integrations, such as the Dalek battle computer requiring a human to operate it (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks), the Dragon that guarded Iceworld (TV: Dragonfire), and the Ice Warriors. (TV: Cold War) Cyborgs were sometimes victims of injury in which their biological bodies were damaged beyond their ability to heal. (TV: The Pirate Planet, Voyage of the Damned) Both the Mondasian Cybermen and Pete's World Cybermen were examples of cyborgs which, due to widespread use of standard parts, could be considered a race.
  • Cyborg es un personaje secundario de la Torre de Desafíos de Mortal Kombat (2011), que tuvo cierta relevancia entre los jugadores. Este kombatiente es un ciberninja genérico del clan Lin Kuei siendo un palette swap gris de Cyrax en el mismo título, que aparece solitario en el desafío 7 The Hard Way y junto a varios otros ciberninjas en el desafío 116 Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. En The Hard Way, Jax enfrenta a Cyborg tras un breve intercambio de palabras, y al derrotarlo la recompensa son 100 monedas. Luego en Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Sonya y Stryker deben derrotar a un grupo de Cyborgs a cambio de 200 monedas de recompensa.
  • Victor Stone/Cyborg is a hero from DC comics most famous for being a member of the Teen Titans and was one of the main heroes of the cartoon as well as the comics (both those based on the series and the original comics, which predated the Teen Titans cartoon).
  • All Cyborg are "living constructs." They are humanoids that were augmented with robotic enhancements within laboratories on Earth. Created from people who have suffered great accidents or sometimes from those who have grown tired of humanity, Cyborgs are a semi-terrifying amalgam of machine and man. Type: The Cyborg retains it's original type, however it gains the (Half-Construct) Subtype. This treats them as both constructs and their original type for any ability that would effect them. CR and Level Adjustment +0 CR and +1 Level Adjustment
  • A cyborg, short for "Cybernetic organism", is a being with both organic and mechanical parts. See for example biomaterials and bioelectronics. The term was coined in 1960 when Manfred Clynes and Nathan S. Kline used it in an article about the advantages of self-regulating human-machine systems in outer space. D. S. Halacy's Cyborg: Evolution of the Superman in 1965 featured an introduction which spoke of a "new frontier" that was "not merely space, but more profoundly the relationship between 'inner space' to 'outer space' – a bridge...between mind and matter."
  • In the Appleseed universe, the term "cyborg" is often used to describe a sentient or conscious being, almost exclusively human in origin, that now relies on a great deal of machinery or unnatural devices to remain alive. One notable example is Briareos, a forty-year old human male who suffered massive injuries during a world war, and was saved from imminent death by grafting a quarter of his original body onto three quarters of a bio-mechanical Hecatonchires-class cyborg body. Another less extreme patient of so-called cyberization is Manuel Aeacus, who following serious head trauams, regained hearing and vision in the left side of his head via cybernetic vision and ear implants.
  • thumb|250px|Le général Grievous était un cyborg Kaleesh.Un cyborg était un être vivant, intelligent ou non, dont le corps avait reçu des greffes mécaniques. Ces prothèses cybernétiques pouvaient venir remplacer des membres endommagés ou perdus. L'amélioration cybernétique était une procédure invasive qui dotait une personne d'implant cybernétique modifiant les fonctions et la physiologie du cerveau. Ces prothèses de remplacement pouvaient être recouverte ou non de synthépeau.
  • The beginning of Cyborg creation began when HCI (human-computer interaction) began. There is a clear distinction between the human and computerized technology in HCI, which differs from cyborgs in that cyborgs act out human functions.
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Level
  • TBA
Strength
  • 9
Main Character
  • A-12; Cyborg .jpg
Alignment
  • Good
Goal
  • To fight Marauder and his Legion of Villians.
caracteristicas
  • Ser vivo con partes mecánicas o roboticas en su cuerpo, pueden ser visible o no.
Nacion
dcterms:subject
story name
  • Cyborg
Inteligencia
  • 9
MAXCON
  • 25
Planeta
  • Ninguno
  • Galvan C
Appear
  • Teen Titans
Especie
  • Galvano Cybertico
Battle Start
  • Ignite nano-reactor! Fire!
Prima
Nombrereal
  • Victor Stone
Omnitrix
  • en el pecho
Ingles
  • Cyborg
Agility
  • 11
Soldiers
  • 3300
  • 3811
  • 3900
skill lv
  • Own ATK 300% up / near defeat 20% chance
  • Own ATK 300% up / near defeat 30% chance
Efectos
  • +10 Armas de energía
  • +10% Resistencia a la radiación
  • +10% Resistencia al daño
  • +10% Resistencia al veneno
Toughness
  • 12
benefit
  • +10 Broń energetyczna
  • +10% Odporność na obrażenia
  • +10% Odporność na promieniowanie
  • +10% Odporność na zatrucia
Mind
  • 13
Habilidades
  • Magnetismo
  • Ojo Laser
  • Superfuerza
nombrejap
  • 改造人間 (サイボーグ)
Primera
nomegiap
  • 改造人間 (サイボーグ)
Requisitos
  • Nivel 14, Ciencia 60, Medicina 60
type of hero
  • Cyborg
Fuerza
  • 9
Nombre del personaje
  • Cyborg
Dislikes
  • Brother Blood
  • Water
  • His dad putting his work before him, not being able to make time for Sarah
  • Anyone who abuses his technology,
  • Beast Boy losing things,
  • Being half machine,
  • Being ignored by Beast Boy
  • Gizmo,
  • Tofu,
  • losing battles,
  • not Having the remote for the TV,
Significado
  • Humano remodelado
Require
  • Poziom 14, Nauka 60, Medycyna 60
baseID
  • 44
schema
  • Cyborg
Velocidad
  • 5
framträdande
HistoryText
  • A cyborg is a cybernetic organism . Cyborgs are a prominent staple of comic books.
Habilidad
  • 7
Juegos
  • FO3
Luogo
  • Karakuri, altri luoghi
Aparicion
profile color
  • #000
loveinterests
  • Sarah Charles
procs
  • 1
subzone
nomerom
  • Saibōgu
broadcast date
  • 2006-02-16
comentario imagen
  • La imagen de Cyborg utilizada en el ladder de la Torre de Desafíos de Mortal Kombat (2011).
ATK
  • 4000
  • 4500
  • 4700
Ras
  • Cyborg
friendship max
  • This icy body is my power to protect my dear and people
Creador
Unlock
  • Reach the SS Rank in Survival
nombrerom
  • Saibōgu
instance
Rangos
  • 1
friendship event
  • Do I deserve to be loved by you?
  • How about you?
  • My body is fake...
  • but my love towards you is genuine...
battle end
  • Output dropping rapidly!
Afiliación
  • Heroes
Rarity
  • SR
språk
pron
  • SYE-borg
login
  • Energy Charged, I can dispatch anytime!
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Number
  • 16
Birthplace
Inspiration
  • Cyborg from the DC comics
Range
  • Med
Relatives
Voice
  • Shemar Moore
  • Khary Payton , Ken Uo , Daniel Lobé , Tobias Kluckert , Roberto Draghetti , Kim So-hyung , Zoltán Dózsa , Onur Gülcüoğlu
NL
  • Cyborg
px
  • 190
Job
  • warrior
  • Crimefighter
Goals
  • Fight Super Villains, Keep his human and mechanical halves equally cutting edge
Movement
Nombre
  • Cyborg
Element
  • Cool
  • N/A
Faction
Eyes
  • Black
  • Red
  • brown
  • One white, one red
Full Name
  • Cyborg
Residence
mask
  • N/A
Characteristics
  • Humans with cybernetic enhancements
Origin
Endurance
  • 12
Skills
  • Cybernetically enhanced body, Sonic Blaster, Focus, Genius IQ level, Engineering skill
Power
Age
  • 18
Likes
  • Sports
  • Collecting information
  • Eating Food,
  • Electronic Gadgets,
  • Fourth of July ,
  • Hanging Out With Beast Boy
  • Listening to Music,
  • Playing Practical Jokes,
  • Science Fiction Movies,
  • Videogames,
  • Watching TV,
  • Helping out the League, hanging out with Shazam, going out with Sarah
Series
  • 5
Voiced by
Weapon
  • Hand Blaster
  • Automatic
  • Sonic Cannons built into his arms and numerous other gadgets installed throughout his body
Status
  • Alive
  • TBA
  • Lever
  • deceased
SmallImage
  • Cyborgthumb.jpg
Star
  • 5
Appearance
Affiliation
Game
  • FO3
DE
  • Cyborg
Hair
  • None
  • black
En
  • Cyborg
  • Cyborg/Legends
Actor
Country
  • Cyborg
Name
  • Cyborg
  • Victor Stone
Type
  • Cyborg
  • Master Villain
ImageSize
  • 250
Caption
  • Cyborg
  • Street Fighter V artwork
First
  • Divide and Conquer Final Exam
Tamaño
  • 250
Damaged
  • File:Character16.png
Abilities
  • TBA
FirstApp
  • :
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Special Power Shot
  • Robo-Fist Shot and Missile Shot
Character Number
  • 16
Unlock Requirements
  • Reach the SS Rank in Survival or pay 1,500,000 points
special power
  • Robo-Fist Shot and Missile Power Shots
Aparece
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exp
  • 700
Designation
  • N/A
Principal
  • Superfuerza y gran inteligencia
Character Name
  • Cyborg
Aliases
  • Stone
  • Tin Man
  • N/A
  • Cy
  • Borgy Bear
  • Chrome Dome
  • CyBooger
  • Metal Butt
  • Sparky
fgcolor
  • #FFFFFF
meet
  • My machinery body is a power to protect people I love!
dist
  • * Cybernetic parts * Organic component
  • *Cybernetiska delar *Organiska komponenten
Weight
  • 200.0
imagewidth
  • 200
PL
  • Cyborg
Episode Number
  • 103
Alias
  • Cyborg
  • Cyborg, Stone, Cy
Group
  • 1
  • Somets
Moves
  • Hadoken, Shoryuken, Tatsumaki, Roundhouse Kick, Shoryureppa
Hobby
  • Video games, Working out
Planet
Links
  • * Cybernetics
Base
  • The New Hall of Justice
Height
  • 215.0
Species
  • Human
  • Human
  • Cyborg
  • Mechanical life form
  • Well, his mother was a human
Title
  • Cyborg
Production code
  • 2
immagine
  • Cyborg.png
DEF
  • 3700
  • 4273
  • 4500
Icon
Skill
  • 20
  • Limit Removal
Ru
  • Киборг/Канон
Enemies
  • Darksied, Marauder
AC
  • 6
Allegiance
  • All Sith Empire and Galactic Republic
BGCOLOR
  • #2B547E
ranks
  • 1
Real Name
Description
  • A cyborg who changed part of her body into mechanical parts.
Performer
  • Khary Payton
Color
  • green
  • yellow
  • #997A8D
Representatives
  • * Ivana Baiul * Spartan * Ladytron * Cyblade * Diehard * Heatwave * Ripclaw * Ballistic * Velocity * Impact * Stryker * SuperPatriot * OvertKill
Powers
  • Cybernetic Enhancement
  • Flight
  • Regeneration
  • Energy Projection
  • Computer Hacking
  • Mechanokinesis
  • Magnetism, super strength, and Laser vision
  • laser vision
  • A body made up of entirely robotic systems granting him superhuman strength, resilience to damage, capability to fix many appliances, unsurpassed knowledge of technology and robotics, a cannon built into his arm that can shoot sonic blasts, and numeral other gadgets built into his body
firstgame
  • Street Fighter II: The Interactive Movie
Cost
  • 37
  • 44
  • 48
  • 53
Stars
  • 5
Lang
Fr
  • Cyborg
Before
friendship
  • Energy full burst!
  • I'll use all of my power!
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After
Affiliations
Others
  • Definition of Cyborg; Cable Vol 2 4 Textless.jpg
  • Mr. Mind's Cyborg; Mister Minds Cyborg .jpg
  • List of Characters that are Cyborgs; Michael Collins Beyond Vol 1 3.jpg
Universe
Acronym
  • N/A
Fi
  • Kyborgi
Imagen
  • 250
  • Cyborg holograma.png
  • Cyborg.png
Pt
  • Ciborgue
Homeworld
Occupation
  • A member of the Justice League
  • Teen Titan, Justice League member
Show
  • Supergirl
Zone
ES
  • Cíborg
Debut
  • Xenogears
  • Xenosaga Episode I
Family
  • Unnamed mother
  • Elinore Stone
  • Maude Stone
  • Silas Stone
  • Tucker Stone
Fullname
  • Victor "Victory" Stone
  • Victor Stone
Films
  • Justice League vs. Teen Titans
  • Justice League: War
  • Justice League: Throne of Atlantis
Tools
  • sword, Rhokuta launcher
Friends
  • Beast Boy
  • Raven
  • Terra
  • Robin
  • Starfire
  • Jinx
  • Bumblebee
  • Gnarrk
  • Kole
  • Pantha
  • Sarah Simms
  • Sarasim
  • Superman, Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Shazam, Aquaman, Ash and Pikachu
Damage
  • 6
Details
  • This version of Victor Stone is based on the Smallville TV series (2001-2011) as seen on the CW.
  • This version of Cyborg is based on the Teen Titans TV series (2003-2006) as seen on Cartoon Network.
  • - Go to the Teen Titans Wiki for more on Cyborg
  • Cyborg was a promising strong teenage athlete named Victor Stone before an accident that killed his mother and injured him so severely that his damaged body parts were replaced with cybernetics to keep him alive. But since these mechanical parts were not inconspicuous, he was shunned by his home environment and his friends, which frustrated him greatly. One night, Cyborg took to the streets, where he ran into the new arrivals Robin and Beast Boy fighting a rather violent alien girl , who was actually a fugitive from a prisoner transport. Soon joined by the mystery girl Raven, the youngsters teamed up to defeat the girl's alien captors and formed a permanent team to combat villainy. Cyborg constructed the Titans Tower and its systems from a Gordanian landing ship, and the team moved into its new headquarters. From that point on Cyborg served as the team's chief technician, constructing their primary vehicles such as the T-Car and T-Ship.
  • Victor Stone is a teenager with endoskeletal cybernetic enhancements. He is part of Green Arrow's superhero team under the code name Cyborg. Victor is a former Metropolis High School star wide receiver. It was in that time when he met Clark Kent at Smallville while playing against him in their senior year. He was involved in a car accident that killed the rest of his family, but he was rebuilt by Dr. Alistair Kreig, who experimented on a group of test subjects for SynTechnics . Victor was the only test subject to survive the experiments, during which he was implanted with electrical and mechanical parts. Feeling sympathy for Victor and his search for his beloved girlfriend Katherine, SynTechnics scientist Dr. Hong allowed him to escape captivity. After meeting Oliver Queen, Cyborg was given further enhancements such as being able to hack into computer/security systems.
  • - Go to the Smallville Wiki for more on Victor Stone
Gender
Health
  • TBA
Race
  • Cyborg
Art
  • Mekanisk livsform
RealName
  • Victor "Vic" Stone
  • Victor Stone
Publisher
Flag
  • 100
Writer
Director
BloodType
  • None
Creator
Location
Size
  • 150
  • 300
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  • A cyborg is a human with cybernetic implants ranging from replacements, to enhancements, to a completely artificial form. Cyborgs are living organisms possessing artificial organs. Cyborgs are considered obsolete technology, once popular during the implementation of the Life Recycling Act, before nano and Realian technologies emerged. Since the advent of Realian technology, all effort to develop new cyborgs was abandoned, but pre-existing models continued to be upgraded. However, with the enactment of the Species Preservation Act this practice was also stopped, making version 8.0 the last in the Ziggurat Industries series. Ziggurat 8 is the latter of that, choosing to have as much of his body replaced by cybernetics as possible in an attempt to be declared legally dead. Orgulla is a cyborg. T-elos, in a way, could be considered a cyborg because much of her body structure is human. In Xenogears, Tolone is also a cyborg. Karellen could also be considered one because he was originally human, and the majority of his body is comprised of a nanomachine colony. Emeralda Kasim may be one, but it is unknown how much of her body is biological, and whether or not she was originally human.
  • The term biomechanoid was also used to apply to cybernetic-biological integrations, such as the Dalek battle computer requiring a human to operate it (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks), the Dragon that guarded Iceworld (TV: Dragonfire), and the Ice Warriors. (TV: Cold War) Cyborgs were sometimes victims of injury in which their biological bodies were damaged beyond their ability to heal. (TV: The Pirate Planet, Voyage of the Damned) Both the Mondasian Cybermen and Pete's World Cybermen were examples of cyborgs which, due to widespread use of standard parts, could be considered a race. Sometimes pure robots such as K9 Mark 2 and CCPCs were referred to as cyborgs. (TV: Liberation, The Bounty Hunter, Mutant Copper) K9 himself commonly referred to himself as a cybernetic organism. (TV: The Korven, Robot Gladiators)
  • Cyborg's family got killed by Super Eviler Bowser. Cyborg used the parts of his dead family to become a "Huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuumaaaaaaaaaaaan" as Cyborg said while doing it, and got swag. HE KILLED EVERYONE ON THE STREET AND EVERYTHING BLEW UP AND CYBORG FLEW AWAY FROM THE EXPLOSION AND WAS GONNA LAND ONTO EARTH!
  • Traditionell ist ein Cyborg ein Mensch, welcher durch Hinzufügen technischer Komponenten zu einem Mischwesen aus Mensch und Maschine wird. Kyle Reese im Film Terminator bezeichnet den T-800 als einen Cyborg und lehnt den Begriff Roboter ab. Das Modell 101 aus Terminator 2 bezeichnet sich selbst als „kybernetischer Organismus“ (= Cyborg). Die Hybrid oder 3000er Serie wären demnach echte Cyborgs, da es sich dabei um Menschen handelt, die in eine Maschine umgeformt wurden. Da das Terminator-Franchise aber den Begriff „kybernetischer Organismus“ für Modelle wie den T-800 Modell 101 definiert hat, sollten wir diesen auch analog zu Androide als gültig betrachten und sogar bevorzugen. Immerhin ist dies ein Henne-Ei-Problem. Redwolf22 (Diskussion) 19:05, 28. Okt. 2016 (UTC)
  • Cyborg é uma raça.thumb|300px|right|Todos os cyborgs da série
  • Horribly injured in an accident, Victor Stone was rebuilt as Cyborg, who would go on to join the Justice League. He is one of the many superheroes summoned by the Council of Royals to fight against the Black Marauder.
  • あきらめに行こう人魚の信者の舟で人の世は赤い太古の噴火のエコー Love You ほら吹き夢も見えたはずにおみやげは吹き矢バスの駅から放つ 明日までに消える石の橋の上で折り紙に折った長いダイヤグラム Love You ほら吹き空も飛べたはずにおみやげは磁石夜の砂場で回す あきらめに行こう人魚の信者の舟で人の世は赤い太古の噴火のエコー Love You ほら吹き夢も見えたはずにおみやげは吹き矢バスの駅から放つ
  • Jinzōningen (jap. 人造人, übers. künstlicher Mensch) sind entweder künstlich geschaffene Lebewesen in Form von Androiden und Klonen oder aber modifizierte Menschen die mittels maschineller Bauteile zu Cyborgs wurden. Vor allem der irdische Wissenschaftler Doktor Gero von der Red-Ribbon-Armee war bis zu seinem Tod ein bekannter Schaffer dieser Jinzōningen, die übermenschliche Kräfte besitzen.
  • A Cyborg character counts as living and as both a Droid and a non-Droid. This means it benefits from effects that target Droids (such as Repair) in addition to other kinds of effects (such as Heal). However, a Cyborg character is also vulnerable to harmful effects that don’t normally affect Droids (such as critical hits) as well as those that specify Droids (such as Electric Shock +10). Cyborgs can be affected by commander effects.
  • A cyborg is a cybernetic organism (i.e. an organism that has both artificial and natural systems). The term was coined in 1960 when Manfred Clynes and Nathan Kline used it in an article about the advantages of self-regulating human-machine systems in outer space. D. S. Halacy's Cyborg: Evolution of the Superman in 1965 featured an introduction which spoke of a "new frontier" that was "not merely space, but more profoundly the relationship between 'inner space' to 'outer space' -a bridge...between mind and matter." The cyborg is often seen today merely as an organism that has enhanced abilities due to technology, but this perhaps oversimplifies the category of feedback. [Fictional cyborgs are portrayed as a synthesis of organic and synthetic parts, and frequently pose the question of difference between human and machine as one concerned with morality, free will, and empathy. Fictional cyborgs may be represented as visibly mechanical (e.g. the Cybermen in the Doctor Who franchise or The Borg from Star Trek); or as almost indistinguishable from humans (e.g. the "Human" Cylons from the re-imagining of Battlestar Galactica). The 1970s television series The Six Million Dollar Man featured one of the most famous fictional cyborgs. Cyborgs in fiction often play up a human contempt for over-dependence on technology, particularly when used for war, and when used in ways that seem to threaten free will. Cyborgs are also often portrayed with physical or mental abilities far exceeding a human counterpart (military forms may have inbuilt weapons, among other things). Real (as opposed to fictional) cyborgs are more frequently people who use cybernetic technology to repair or overcome the physical and mental constraints of their bodies. While cyborgs are commonly thought of as mammals, they can be any kind of organism.
  • Cyborg is a giant alien creature from the future who is more of a match for Scarface in a fight.
  • Ein Cyborg war eine Organische Lebensform mit syntethisch wiederhergestellten Körperteilen. Einige Cyborgs waren von diesen künstlichen Implantaten sogar lebensabhängig.
  • Cyborg is a member of the superhero group, the Teen Titans.
  • A cyborg, short for "Cybernetic organism", is a being with both organic and mechanical parts. See for example biomaterials and bioelectronics. The term was coined in 1960 when Manfred Clynes and Nathan S. Kline used it in an article about the advantages of self-regulating human-machine systems in outer space. D. S. Halacy's Cyborg: Evolution of the Superman in 1965 featured an introduction which spoke of a "new frontier" that was "not merely space, but more profoundly the relationship between 'inner space' to 'outer space' – a bridge...between mind and matter." The beginning of Cyborg creation began when HCI (human-computer interaction) began. There is a clear distinction between the human and computerized technology in HCI, which differs from cyborgs in that cyborgs act out human functions. The term cyborg is often applied to an organism that has enhanced abilities due to technology, though this perhaps oversimplifies the necessity of feedback for regulating the subsystem. The more strict definition of Cyborg is almost always considered as increasing or enhancing normal capabilities. While cyborgs are commonly thought of as mammals, they might also conceivably be any kind of organism and the term "Cybernetic organism" has been applied to networks, such as road systems, corporations and governments, which have been classed as such. The term can also apply to micro-organisms which are modified to perform at higher levels than their unmodified counterparts. It is hypothesized that cyborg technology will form a part of the future human evolution. Fictional cyborgs are portrayed as a synthesis of organic and synthetic parts, and frequently pose the question of difference between human and machine as one concerned with morality, free will, and empathy. Fictional cyborgs may be represented as visibly mechanical (e.g. the Cybermen in the Doctor Who franchise or The Borg from Star Trek or Darth Vader from Star Wars); or as almost indistinguishable from humans (e.g. the Terminators from the Terminator films, the "Human" Cylons from the re-imagining of Battlestar Galactica etc.) The 1970s television series The Six Million Dollar Man featured one of the most famous fictional cyborgs, referred to as a bionic man; the series was based upon a novel by Martin Caidin titled Cyborg. Cyborgs in fiction often play up a human contempt for over-dependence on technology, particularly when used for war, and when used in ways that seem to threaten free will. Cyborgs are also often portrayed with physical or mental abilities far exceeding a human counterpart (military forms may have inbuilt weapons, among other things).
  • thumb|250px|Le général Grievous était un cyborg Kaleesh.Un cyborg était un être vivant, intelligent ou non, dont le corps avait reçu des greffes mécaniques. Ces prothèses cybernétiques pouvaient venir remplacer des membres endommagés ou perdus. L'amélioration cybernétique était une procédure invasive qui dotait une personne d'implant cybernétique modifiant les fonctions et la physiologie du cerveau. Luke Skywalker se vit doter d'une main cybernétique après avoir été amputé pendant un combat au sabre laser. Tandis que tout les membres du Général Grievous furent remplacés par des prothèses cybernétiques. Après avoir basculer du côté obscur et être devenu Dark Vador, Anakin Skywalker a été grièvement brûlé sur Mustafar. Pour survivre, il fut doté d'une armure cybernétique. Le barman de la cantina de Zero Angle, Florn, était également un cyborg. Ces prothèses de remplacement pouvaient être recouverte ou non de synthépeau.
  • Los Cyborgs son aquellos personajes que tienen algunas partes de su cuerpo, o su cuerpo es cambiado totalmente a partes cibernéticas para mejorar su rendimiento o habilidades. Esto es hecho por un proceso comunmente referido a robotización o automización.
  • The beginning of Cyborg creation began when HCI (human-computer interaction) began. There is a clear distinction between the human and computerized technology in HCI, which differs from cyborgs in that cyborgs act out human functions. The term cyborg is often applied to an organism that has enhanced abilities due to technology, though this perhaps oversimplifies the necessity of feedback for regulating the subsystem. The more strict definition of Cyborg is almost always considered as increasing or enhancing normal capabilities. While cyborgs are commonly thought of as mammals, they might also conceivably be any kind of organism and the term "Cybernetic organism" has been applied to networks, such as road systems, corporations and governments, which have been classed as such. The term can also apply to micro-organisms which are modified to perform at higher levels than their unmodified counterparts. It is hypothesized that cyborg technology will form a part of the future human evolution. Fictional cyborgs are portrayed as a synthesis of organic and synthetic parts, and frequently pose the question of difference between human and machine as one concerned with morality, free will, and empathy. Fictional cyborgs may be represented as visibly mechanical (e.g. the Cybermen in the Doctor Who franchise or The Borg from Star Trek); or as almost indistinguishable from humans (e.g. the Terminators from the Terminator films, the "Human" Cylons from the re-imagining of Battlestar Galactica etc.) The 1970s television series The Six Million Dollar Man featured one of the most famous fictional cyborgs, referred to as a bionic man; the series was based upon a novel by Martin Caidin entitled Cyborg. Cyborgs in fiction often play up a human contempt for over-dependence on technology, particularly when used for war, and when used in ways that seem to threaten free will. Cyborgs are also often portrayed with physical or mental abilities far exceeding a human counterpart (military forms may have inbuilt weapons, among other things).
  • It used to be that cyborgization was in the future. Of course, the futurologists predicted that we would duly have the artificial limbs and organs, but most people probably didn't realise that this future would actually come. It was about science fiction films, such as Robocop, not about reality for which you plan and prepare yourself. This has changed. There are millions of disabled people who need cybernetic implants. As these people get them and get out starting to lead a normal life among us, we will gradually come to regard cyborgisation as normal and beneficial.
  • Cyborg was a semi-mechancial member of the Somets. He could combine with Itraz and Illusion to form Sailorix.
  • Much technological advances were made in the 35 years between GOF1 and GOF2 and as a result, cybernetic implants are have become less visible.
  • Cyborg is one of the main character types or classes in Final Fantasy Legend III. There are a few cyborgs that are non-playable characters found across Pureland. Cyborgs, like Beasts, can use weapons, talents, and magic, but have no specialties. This can be offset by their high stats. Cyborgs can be good at anything if given strong equipment as they depend on equipment for most of their stats. In addition to the same benefits that other classes get from equipment, cyborgs also get bonuses that depend on the type and strength of the equipment.
  • Vic Stone was the son of a pair of scientists who decided to use him as a test subject for various intelligence enhancement projects. However, Victor grew to resent this treatment and fell in with a young miscreant named Ron Evers who led him into trouble with the law. This was the beginning of a struggle where Victor strove for his own life engaging in pursuits his parents disapproved of such as athletics. In addition, Victor still kept bad company that led him into incidents such as when he was talked into participating in a street gang fight in which he was wounded. For the most part however, Victor still had a largely normal life under the circumstances where he also refused to follow his best friend's grandiose plans of racially motivated terrorism. All that changed one day when he visited his parents at work at S.T.A.R. Labs. Coincidentally, an experiment in dimensional travel went horribly awry when a massive gelatinous monster crossed over an experimental portal and killed Victor's mother. The creature then turned on Victor and severely mutilated him before his father managed to force the creature back through the portal. To save his son, Victor's father outfitted him with experimental prosthetics of his own design. However, the equipment could not be worn inconspicuously, and thus Victor was horrified to see much of his body, including part of his face, replaced with sheer metallic limbs and implants. Although Victor wanted to die at this shock, he adjusted enough through his resulting physical therapy to control his implants with suitable skill. Upon release from medical care, he found his life was seriously inconvenienced with the fearful reactions of the public at his implants; even his girlfriend rejected him. In addition, he was also disallowed his participation in athletics not only for his implants but for his poor grades which were further exacerbated by his long convalescence. However, when his old friend attempted to use Victor's troubles to manipulate him into attempting a terrorist attack on the United Nations, Victor found a new purpose as he equipped his weapons attachments and stopped his friend in a pitched battle on the UN building.
  • Victor Stone/Cyborg is a hero from DC comics most famous for being a member of the Teen Titans and was one of the main heroes of the cartoon as well as the comics (both those based on the series and the original comics, which predated the Teen Titans cartoon). Cyborg is arguably one of the most popular of the Titans and as such he was one of the core group throughout the run of the series - he is notable as a character who is not only incredibly powerful in strength but also extremely intelligent, being a genius with an IQ of 170. Even taking into account his remaining biological body on it's own Cyborg has above average strength.
  • The cyborg is a half-human, half-machine zomboid thing assigned to patrol the streets of Xenon by Sludge Vohaul, and controlled by his will. Some were possibly sent out to search for Roger Wilco. Roger Wilco encountered one of the cyborgs, a wrinkled old man, skinny and deformed, its teeth rotting out. It's clothes were tattered and a grotesque metal contraption was clamped to its head which serves to hold the eyelids permanently open. It had the appearance of a dead walking corpse, and a shambling walk. It was largely unaware of the existence things going on around it (except when it directly encounters an intruder), and was controlled by some other concsousness. If Roger got too close it would scream (and point at Roger) to summon the Droid-O-Death. The cyborg has a pungent odor much like meat left in the sun too long. The cyborgs were created from humans who remained, and stayed to fight the machines, robots, and mutoids under Vohaul's control. It was a bloody war. Those who were not killed were taken captive and... modified. These cyborgs infiltrated the loyal ranks of the resistance, rooting out almost all of their hiding places, and exposing them to the mechanical menace. Some of these poor souls still wander the streets. Following the Super Computer's formatting and Sludge Vohaul's deletion, the zomboids and droids were left with no control, they simply collapsed where they were.
  • Un Cyborg es una forma de vida humana o de otro tipo que se ha modificado con maquinaria o tecnología para un mejor funcionamiento. Estas mejoras mecánicas incluyen reemplazos cibernéticos para los órganos o partes del cuerpo que faltan, piel de metal para una mayor protección y armas instaladas en alguna parte del cuerpo.
  • Cyborg is published by DC Comics. Current price per issue is $3.99.
  • Starts in Prologue A. At the Epilogue, a Mercenary that looks like CYBORG watches the Ex-NEVEC Commander from afar with arms crossed. When he turn his back to them, he sees the Snow Pirates gathering.
  • To be classified as a Cyborg one would have to be not fully mechanical, or at least retain some human traits such as consciousness to a human degree, which is why Androids such as Mr. EAD or QQQ are classified as such, but anthropomorphic robots with little intelligence like Death Soldiers are not.
  • A Cyborg is a formally organic living being that has been augmented by technology to the point where the being cannot survive if either the mechanical of organic part is removed. They are not very prolific throughout known space because people can be genetically tweaked in order to get many of the same effects that becoming a cyborg would give them. Being able to tolerate high gravity worlds, surviving in toxic atmospheres, having implanted communication and other virtual hubs, and being able to pick up very heavy objects are all modifications that are easily introduced into the human genome through engineering.
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  • Cyborgs were part living, part robotic beings.
  • Cyborg (Binary code: 0111000111010111111000111000 CYBORG) is a robot character in Head Soccer and therefore one of the 11 characters that doesn't represent an actual country. It was added in Update 1.2 along with Mexico and The Netherlands and it's a 5 star opponent in Arcade mode. If you have any questions about Cyborg, please ask them here. __TOC__
  • Cyborg is a Teen Titan. He appears in Hottie 3: The Best Fan Fic in the World where he and the rest of the Teen Titans are members of the Department of Hotness.
  • A Cyborg (サイボーグ, Saibōgu) is a cybernetically enhanced living being.
  • A cyborg was an individual whose physical abilities were extended beyond normal limitatons by mechanical components. The Borg were a common example of this. The difference between a robot and a cyborg was the former had no organic components. In 2372, Ensign Harry Kim observed that Automated Unit 3947 was not a cyborg. (VOY: "Prototype")
  • A cyborg was a life form with mechanical parts implanted in their body, such as an artificial arm. They served most often as life support, replacements for body parts that were lost or for biological upgrades, such as Aurra Sing's radio planted in her brain.
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  • Cyborg is a member of the Teen Titans who's half-human and half-'duct tape'. When their son Victor was in an accident, genius inventors and negligent parents Silas and Elinore Stone realized if they played their cards right they would never have to buy another kitchen appliance again. And so the Cyborg was created, out of a toaster, a blender, some parts of a broken washing machine, paper clips and rubber bands. These unique abilities allow him to act as an invaluable coat-rack to the rest of the Titans. Unfortunately, he's not much cuter as a chibi, either. He also has an evil white twin called Zig-Zag Ziggy Fuckface Pedo. He is dressed oddly, likes to rape little girls, and is also from a crappy video-game.
  • All Cyborg are "living constructs." They are humanoids that were augmented with robotic enhancements within laboratories on Earth. Created from people who have suffered great accidents or sometimes from those who have grown tired of humanity, Cyborgs are a semi-terrifying amalgam of machine and man. Type: The Cyborg retains it's original type, however it gains the (Half-Construct) Subtype. This treats them as both constructs and their original type for any ability that would effect them. +2 Strength, +2 Constitution, -4 Charisma: Cyborgs are durable and strong, however there are social implications to having one's body altered to become a machine. • Half-Construct: As half-constructs, all Cyborg gain a +2 racial bonus to save against disease, mind-affecting effects, poison, and effects that cause either fatigue or exhaustion. They do not eat, breath, or sleep, unless they want to gain some beneficial effect from one of these activities; this means that a Cyborg can drink potions to benefit from ther effects and can sleep in order to regain spells, but neither of these activities is required for the character to survive or stay in good health. Though a Cyborg does not sleep, it must recharge it's batteries for 4 hours a day. During this point it is inactive, much like a human in a meditative state, and though it is unaware of it's surroundings while it rests it can reactivate and jump into action at a moment's notice. A damaged Cyborg cannot heal damage naturally, but it can be repaired by anyone with the Craft (armorsmithing, blacksmithing, gemcutting, or sculpting) skill; a DC 15 skill check repairs 1d6 damage to the Cyborg, with every 10 points by which the check result beats the DC repairing an additional 1d6 hit points of damage. A character with the Craft Construct feat always rolls twice when repairing Cyborg, using only the best result. A Cyborg must enter a "restive mode" (as a free action) in order to receive such repairs, during which time it can take no actions other than free actions and a move action to reactivate. They are not automatically destroyed at 0 hp, but are instead rendered disabled as normal; like an organic creature, the Cyborg is unconscious and dying when its hit points are negative (and must make checks to stabilize), and is slain when its hp are equal to negative its Constitution score. A slain Cyborg can be brought back to life through resurrection or raise dead just as any other creature can. • Spell Effects: Cyborg are susceptible to positive and negative energy. As a result, they can be the subject of cure spells, inflcit spells, and similar magic. Any source of magical healing, however, has only 1/2 effectiveness on the Cyborg (heals half as many hit points) when used on a Cyborg. Living constructs can be repaired like objects or full constructs through spells such as make whole or repair spells. A Cyborg character gains full use of abilities such as the monk Wholeness of Body feature or the paladin's Lay on Hands feature whenever using that power on itself. Due to their construction, Cyborg can be affected by spells like any other living creatures but are also subject to certain spells in addition. Cyborg take damage from heat metal and chill metal as though wearing metal armor, even if they have the ironwood plating or the unarmored plating. Repel metal affects a cyborg. Cyborg take damage from rusting effects, such as rusting grasp or the attack of a rust monster. Chasis: At 1st level, the player must declare the frame and model that was used to construct the Cyborg character. o The grunt chasis results in a Medium Cyborg, with a base speed of 30 feet. This is the defautlt chasis, designed to be cheap enough for mass production and bulk military use. o The scout chasis results in a Small Cyborg, with a base speed of 30 feet. Scouts gain a +1 size bonus to AC and attack rolls, and gain a +4 size bonus on Stealth checks. Their small stature imposes a -1 penalty to both CMB checks and to their combat maneuver defense, and it reduces their lifting and carrynig capacities to three-quarters that of a Medium creature with equal Strength. A Cyborg with this chasis loses its racial bonus to Strength and Constitution in favor of a single +4 bonus to Dexterity. Cyborg scouts were designed to be light on their feet; stealthy enough to secure badly-needed intelligence, and swift enough to return with their prize intact. o The shocktrooper chasis results in a Large Cyborg, with a base speed of 20 feet. Shocktropers gain a +1 size bonus to both CMB and to their Combat Maneuver Defense, and their lifting and carrying capacities are twice that of a Medium creature with equal Strength. Their hulking stature imposes a -1 penalty to both attack rolls and AC, and a -4 penalty to Stealth checks. A Cyborg with this chasis loses its bonus to Constitution in favor of an additional +2 to Strength. Cyborg shocktroopers were designed to strike fast and hard, ripping deep into enemy lines before a proper defense could be mounted. Composite Plating: Cyborg are built with a set of thick armored plates known as composite plating. It is flexible enough to provide limited restriction on mobility, while strong and durable enough to provide the Cyborg's frame and vitals with protection just as armor does. Composite plating forbids Cyborg from wearing magic items that take up the armor, body, chest, feet, hands, or wrist slots of the body. Composite plating counts as wearing armor (metal, specifically), though which type of armor (light, medium, heavy) is different for each type of plating listed below. When you create a Cyborg character, choose one of the options below. o Standard composite plating is treated as Medium armor for all purpose, including proficiency. It provides a +3 armor bonus to the Cyborg's AC, and carries with it a +3 maximum Dexterity bonus, a -3 armor check penalty, and a 30% arcane spell failure chance. It does not impede the Cyborg's speed. This type of plating is made from Iron. o Adamantine plating replaces the metal of the Cyborg's plating with adamantine. This plating is treated as Heavy armor and provides a +5 armor bonus, with a +0 maximum Dexterity bonus and a -5 armor check penalty. It carries a 50% spell failure chance, and reduces the Cyborg's speed to 20/15 feet. Adamantine plating also provides the character with DR 5/adamantine, but the character suffers a -2 penalty to save versus any effect based on electricity. Adamantine plating is a punishing piece of equipment, and as a result works best when used by shock trooper Cyborgs. . Cyborgs that select this plating can select Dark Knight only feats using it's character level -5 as it's Dark Knight level. o Ironwood plating replaces the iron of standard composite plating with wood that has been magically treated by druids or engineered in human laboratories. This plating is treated as Medium armor and provides a +2 armor bonus, with a +4 maximum Dexterity bonus and a -4 armor check penalty. It carries a 20% spell failure chance, and does not impede the Cyborg's speed. Since ironwood plating consists of no metal, it can be worn by druids or characters with similar restrictions on metal armor without incurring any penalty. Due to its coloration, it provides a +4 circumstance bonus on Stealth checks made in any wooded area as long as the Cyborg character doesn't move more than 10 feet during the round. Ironwood is an extremely rare plating, used primarily for scout Cyborg specialized in woodland operations and upon the exceptional few instructed in the ways of the druids. Cyborgs that select this plating can select Marionette only feats using it's character level -5 as it's Marionette level. o Mithral plating makes use of pure mithral instead of iron or heavier metals. This plating is treated as Light armor and provides a +4 armor bonus, with a +3 maximum Dexterity bonus and a -2 armor check penalty. It carries a 10% arcane spell failure chance, and does not impede the Cyborg's speed. Due to its flexibility and forgiving agility, while still providing decent defense, it is more common among Cyborg that were crafted to provide armies with arcane support. Cyborgs that select this plating can select Golem only feats using it's character level -5 as it's Golem level. o Silver plating substitutes shards of silver platemail for iron. This plating is treated as Light armor and provides a +2 armor bonus to the Cyborg's AC, and carries with it a +2 maximum Dexterity bonus and a -2 armor check penalty. It carries a 20% arcane spell failure chance, and does not impede the Cyborg's speed. Whenever the Cyborg makes an unarmed strike or uses a natural attack, it deals -1 damage and counts as silver for the purposes of overcoming damage reduction. Whenever struck by a creature with a weakness to silver, that creature takes 1 point of damage. o Unarmored plating is actually an oxymoron, for the Cyborg has no composite plating and its metallic, skeletal frame, muscles constructed of mechanical fibers, and factory built organs are openly visible. With an unarmored body, the Cyborg may then use gear that takes up the armor or body item groups. Cyborg with the unarmored plating trait can not only use magic items that require body slots usually restricted from Cyborg, but also suffer no inherent penalties as though wearing metal armor. For example, a Cyborg druid is normally not a feasible option; the composite plating counts as metal armor, which automatically causes the Cyborg character to lose access to its abilities. An unarmored Cyborg druid, however, loses no access to these abilities. Construct Heritage Cyborgs are treated as constructs for the purpose of selecting construct only feats. If takes the "Better built body" feat it gains the bonus hit points of a construct it's size. Enchanting a Cyborg Cyborg can be enchanted in a variety of ways, depending on its construction. Units with composite plating (i.e. any Cyborg character that did not take the unarmored trait) can receive enchantments to that plating enchanted just as though it were armor. A Cyborg's feet can be enchanted like a pair of boots, while its hands can be enchanted as a pair of gloves, gauntlets, or bracers. Enchanting a Cyborg in these manners requires extra resources. Effectively, such enchantments cost 50% additional time and hell to complete. The Cyborg character must, obviously, be present for the entire enchanting process. Purchasing the Cyborg Template To Purchase the Cyborg template to be integrated into the body of a preexisting character takes 3 weeks of work from a specialist and costs 50,000 hell. Once purchased, this is a permanent change and cannot be altered without the aid of magic. 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  • A sympathetic doctor releases a half-human/half-machine subject named Victor who was being held captive and experimented on by LuthorCorp. While making his escape, Victor is struck by Lana's car. After watching him walk away without a scratch, Lana calls Clark to investigate. Clark befriends Victor and promises to help him find his girlfriend, but Lex traps Victor and takes him back to LuthorCorp.
  • thumb|263pxCyborg,es una película de ciencia-ficción de 1989, dirigida por Albert Pyun y protagonizada por Jean Claude Van Damme.
  • ===== File:Placeholder A Cyborg is a chilled out happy person from Phil`s real time dimension.Debbie is the only Cyborg in the series Phil Of The Future.Pim is considered to be Debbie`s best friend though really doestn`t like Debbie and in fact hates her.They like singing,high notes especially as we find out in Season 2.Cyborgs are usually quite likeable and in Debbie`s case popular.Pim considers Debbie to be evil so we presume Cyborgs are evil. =====
  • The machine components were different from prosthetics, as they not only substituted the replaced body parts, but also enhanced them. The most well known cyborg type were the Cyborg Ninjas, although there were other types. The term Exoskeleton was initially applied to full-body non-removable cybernetics such as the one worn by Gray Fox. By 2018, the term Cyborg Body was used for such systems with only removable systems referred to as exoskeletons.
  • Cyborgs are mechanical beings built by the Campaigner as security guards for his fortress.
  • Cyborg är en mekanisk livsform från Vintergatan galaxen. Cyborgen har organiska och mekaniska delar. Systemherren Mars tillverkade tre Cyborger efter tre legender från Jorden som skulle strida mot varandra i hans Colosseum. (RPG: "Stargate SG-1: Fall of Rome")
  • Cyborg is a playable species. They are available for all classes for free-to-play accounts.
  • Ein Cyborg ist eine Verbindung aus menschlichem Gewebe und Dura Stahl, sowie chirurgischem Panzerplast. Verschieden ist jedoch die Zusammensetzung, ob mehr Maschine oder Lebewesen vorhanden ist. Das größte Beispiel ist dabei General Grievous, früher Qymaen jai Sheelal, der bei einem Shuttle Unfall auf seiner Heimatwelt Kalee tödlich verletzt wurde und, nach mühseligen Überzeugungen des Bankenclans, der Umwandlung zu einem Cyborg zustimmte. Sämtliche Gefühle, abgesehen von Hass, Rache und Wut, wurden dabei entfernt. Auch die unwichtigeren Organe wurden dabei nicht verschont, so besitzt er lediglich Herz und Lungenflügel, die ihm das Atmen durch eine Verletzung auch nicht leichter machen.
  • Ein Cyborg ist eine Verbindung aus menschlichem Gewebe und Dura Stahl, sowie chirurgischem Panzerplast. Verschieden ist jedoch die Zusammensetzung, ob mehr Maschine oder Lebewesen vorhanden ist. Das größte Beispiel ist dabei General Grievous, früher Qymaen jai Sheelal, der bei einem Shuttle Unfall auf seiner Heimatwelt Kalee tödlich verletzt wurde und, nach mühseligen Überzeugungen des Bankenclans, der Umwandlung zu einem Cyborg zustimmte. Sämtliche Gefühle, abgesehen von Hass, Rache und Wut, wurden dabei entfernt. Auch die unwichtigeren Organe wurden dabei nicht verschont, so besitzt er lediglich Herz und Lungenflügel, die ihm das Atmen durch eine Verletzung auch nicht leichter machen.
  • Cyborgs were beings both organic and machine. The best known example of cyborgs were the Cymeks The Butlerian Jihad left a great revulsion for cyborgs even among the Bene Gesserit. However Shaddam IV thought that human minds attached to robot bodies are not in violation of the Jihad tenets.
  • Cyborg is nearly impossible to kill for several reasons. * MISSILES! * Flamethrower Proof Armor * Extreme Power and Force * Super Mario Jump Boost * Shoop Da Whoop Sonic Blasters
  • Der Begriff Cyborg bezeichnet einen Menschen, der aus biologischen und künstlichen Teilen besteht. Der Cyborg ist ein Mischwesen zwischen lebendigem Organismus und Maschine. Der Name ist ein Akronym und leitet sich vom englischen cybernetic organism, »kybernetischer Organismus« ab. Cyborgs sind keine Roboter und sollten auch nicht mit deren Untergruppe, den Androiden verwechselt werden.
  • Cyborgs, whether partial or full conversion, seek to become perfect warriors by leaving the weakness of flesh in exchange for bodies of metal. Though very expensive, their torso and limbs can be upgraded and/or fitted with a variety of weapons, sensors, and armor.
  • The Cyborg was the planned Might-based hero class for the Forge faction in the original concept for Heroes III: Armageddon's Blade. Only the class's name was revealed; no information was released regarding its appearance, statistics or individual heroes.
  • Herido tras un extraño accidente, el atleta de instituto Victor Stone salvó la vida gracias a una avanzada tecnología cibernética. Hoy es conocido como Cyborg, el miembro más joven de la Liga de la Justicia. El avanzado cuerpo metálico de Victor le proporciona superfuerza, velocidad y armamento suficiente como para enfrentarse a las fuerzas del mal.
  • thumb|Moderne CyborgsCyborgs sind mischwesen zwischen künstlichen und lebendigen Organismus. In Dragonball Z wurden alle Cyborgs von Dr.Gero erschaffen und weden zwischen modernen und altmodischen Cyborgs unterschieden.
  • Ein Fallout 3 Perk, das ab Erreichen von Level 14 verfügbar ist.thumb|Cyborg Perk
  • A cyborg (a concatenation of cybernetic organism) is someone who is part organic and part electronic/digital. The term was coined by Manfred Clynes and Nathan S. Kline in 1960.
  • Cyborg ist ein Mutant mit der Fähigkeit, seinen Körper durch Waffen und Metalle regenerieren zu lassen.
  • Advantages: +1 Level to Strength Stat. +2 power-ups (Level Increases) used to boost the ranks of your powers (A +50 point gain). Disadvantages: -1 Level to Body Stat. Cannot purchase disadvantages on powers. Cannot use any Mental Category Powers until the character wins six fights.
  • A cyborg (cybernetic organism) is an organism that is a self-regulating integration of artificial and natural systems. The Series 8xx and 900 Infiltrators are made up of living tissue over metal endoskeletons, and have referred to themselves as "cybernetic organisms". Both Terminators and Resistance fighters have also occasionally used the phrase "cyborg" interchangeably with "cybernetic organism".
  • His father was a scientist studying how to subdue the superhumans. Then Darkseid attacked the lab and Victor was in an explosion in the lab and his father saved by putting him technology and transformed him in a cyborg. But before that he was a football player.
  • In the Appleseed universe, the term "cyborg" is often used to describe a sentient or conscious being, almost exclusively human in origin, that now relies on a great deal of machinery or unnatural devices to remain alive. One notable example is Briareos, a forty-year old human male who suffered massive injuries during a world war, and was saved from imminent death by grafting a quarter of his original body onto three quarters of a bio-mechanical Hecatonchires-class cyborg body. Another less extreme patient of so-called cyberization is Manuel Aeacus, who following serious head trauams, regained hearing and vision in the left side of his head via cybernetic vision and ear implants. As bio-technology is supposedly fairly commonplace in Appleseed's 2120s timeframe, most cyborgs utilize materials and components that are in some way bioidentical, or considered by the human immune system to be natural extensions of its own biology, thus eliminating the need for anti-rejection drugs. Artificial muscle is highly developed by this time as well, resulting in muscular and humanoid cyborg designs that behave akin to organic humans. A cyborg, also known as a cybernetic organism, is a being with both biological and artificial (e.g. electronic, mechanical or robotic) parts. The term was coined in 1960 when Manfred Clynes and Nathan Kline used it in an article about the advantages of self-regulating human-machine systems in outer space. D. S. Halacy's Cyborg: Evolution of the Superman in 1965 featured an introduction which spoke of a "new frontier" that was "not merely space, but more profoundly the relationship between 'inner space' to 'outer space'-a bridge...between mind and matter." The cyborg is often seen today merely as an organism that has enhanced abilities due to technology, but this perhaps oversimplifies the category of feedback. Fictional cyborgs are portrayed as a synthesis of organic and synthetic parts, and frequently pose the question of difference between human and machine as one concerned with morality, free will, and empathy. Fictional cyborgs may be represented as visibly mechanical (e.g. the Cybermen in the Doctor Who franchise or The Borg from Star Trek; or as almost indistinguishable from humans (e.g. the Terminators from the Terminator films, the Cylons from the Battlestar Galactica etc.) The 1970s television series The Six Million Dollar Man featured one of the most famous fictional cyborgs. Cyborgs in fiction often play up a human contempt for over-dependence on technology, particularly when used for war, and when used in ways that seem to threaten free will. Cyborgs are also often portrayed with physical or mental abilities far exceeding a human counterpart (military forms may have inbuilt weapons, among other things). Real (as opposed to fictional) cyborgs are more frequently people who use cybernetic technology to repair or overcome the physical and mental constraints of their bodies. While cyborgs are commonly thought of as mammals, they might conceivably be any kind of organism.
  • Cyborg (Robombre en España) es una de los nuevos aliens del Maxitrix de Ben 10: La Liga del Mal
  • Los cyborgs son una especie medio humana, medio cibernetica, son jugables. Pueden ser Soldados, Cazarrecompensas, Guerreros Sith, Agentes Imperiales y Contrabandistas.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Cyborg, also known as Victor Stone, is a superhero that had to be turned into a cyborg due to an accident. He is a regular member of the Teen Titans.
  • As a matter of law, it establishes Caidin as the creator of Steve Austin, Oscar Goldman and Rudy Wells. This fact is a major part of the reason that these characters do not appear in Bionic Woman (2007). Even though Jaime Sommers did not originate in any of Caidin's work, each episode of the original The Bionic Woman series carries a credit acknowledging that the spin-off series, like its parent program, was based upon Cyborg (the characters of Goldman and Wells, introduced in this book, did make regular appearances in the new series, and Steve Austin played a recurring role). The 2007 version of Bionic Woman is considered sufficiently distanced from the original source material that neither Caidin and his novel, nor Kenneth Johnson, the nominal creator of Sommers, receive screen credit.
  • The term Cyborg is used for a human/humanoid creature or other organic creatures who have artificial modifications.
  • Un cyborg è una forma di vita biologica che è stata potenziata con parti metalliche. Queste aggiunte meccaniche possono riguardare sostituzioni di organi mancanti, strati di metallo sulla pelle o armi installate da qualche parte sul corpo.
  • [[Bild:Griev_1.jpg|100px|thumb|right|Grievous, en av de mest kända cyborgerna i Galaxen.]] En cyborg var en individ med cybernetiska proteser eller "delar". De ansågs av vissa vara missfoster. En cybernetiker var en person som forskade om och utvecklade cybernetiska delar.
  • Cyborgs are Master Villain-level enemies and members of the ARGENT villain group. These augmented soldiers fulfill various roles within the organization, their versatility and abilities making them extremely adaptable commanders.
  • A cyborg is a cybernetic organism (i.e. an organism that is a self-regulating integration of both artificial and natural systems). Cyborgs are a prominent staple of comic books.
  • "Booh-yah!"-Cyborg [src] Victor Stone is the hero Cyborg. He is young and immature but he's strong enough to defeat his archenemy, Brother Blood.
  • A Cyborg (サイボーグ Saibōgu?) is a human who has been mechanically modified in order to achieve enhanced performance. They belong to the Science side and presumably only Academy City has enough technology to properly produce them.
  • Cyborg, also known as Shadaloo's Monitor Cyborg (モニターサイボーグ Monitor Cyborg?), is a character from the Street Fighter series who was originally featured in the 1994 film Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie before appearing as playable fighter in Street Fighter II: The Interactive Movie. It's aim is to gather intel from fighter's from all across the globe to further Shadaloo's research.
  • Cyborgs are characters who have some parts of their body, or their entire body changed to cybernetic parts to improve their performance and abilities. This is done through a process commonly referred to as roboticization or automation.
  • Cyborg is a term derived from the English language words "cybernetic organism", referring to a synthesis or combination of natural life processes with machines and technology. The further shortening of this term can be considered to be the origin of the name of the Borg civilization, a notable example of cyborg life.
  • A cyborg is a being with both biological and artificial (e.g. electronic, mechanical, or robotic) parts. They play a prominent role in the Battle Angel Alita universe: many residents of the Scrapyard are cyborgs and it is revealed in Last Order that cyberization is widespread throughout the Solar System. Alita and numerous other characters are either fully cyberized, i.e. only their brains are human, while others have undergone partial cyberization.
  • Cyborg es un personaje secundario de la Torre de Desafíos de Mortal Kombat (2011), que tuvo cierta relevancia entre los jugadores. Este kombatiente es un ciberninja genérico del clan Lin Kuei siendo un palette swap gris de Cyrax en el mismo título, que aparece solitario en el desafío 7 The Hard Way y junto a varios otros ciberninjas en el desafío 116 Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. En The Hard Way, Jax enfrenta a Cyborg tras un breve intercambio de palabras, y al derrotarlo la recompensa son 100 monedas. Luego en Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Sonya y Stryker deben derrotar a un grupo de Cyborgs a cambio de 200 monedas de recompensa. La última aparición de Cyborg fue en el desafío 226 Unit 5... Alive?, en el que se identifica como Unit 5 y siendo un palette swap obscurecido de la armadura de Cyrax. Mientras Unit 5 reportaba su posición a Cyrax y Sektor, es interceptado por Reptile. Éste nota que Unit 5 puede verlo aún siendo invisible, y decide atacarlo para apoderarse de su armadura para conseguir así un mejor camuflaje. En el siguiente desafío (desafío 227 Cyborg-Absord), Reptile aparece disfrazado con la armadura del derrotado Unit 5 y en ese momento aparecen Cyrax y Sektor. Cyrax, asumiendo que se trata de Unit 5, exige un reporte y la respuesta fue un certero ataque del encubierto Reptile. Entonces Sektor nota el engaño y de inmediato inicia el kombate. De nuevo, Reptile consigue la victoria. En Cyborg-Absord, la armadura de Unit 5 es similar a la de Cyber Sub-Zero pero con el palette swap verde y Reptile utiliza sus movimientos normales y su nombre propio en la barra de energía. Por esta razón muchos jugadores divulgaron la existencia de un falso personaje, al cual llamaron Cyber Reptile. Con el tiempo, esta denominación se utilizó para referirse a ese desafío en específico.
  • thumb|Ein Cyborg Ein Cyborg ist eine künstliche Lebensform, die zum Teil aus organischen, zum Teil aus rein technischen Komponenten besteht. Ein typisches Beispiel für Cyborgs sind die Borg. Künstliche Lebensformen, die keine organische Komponenten enthalten, nennt man Roboter oder Android. (VOY: )
  • Cyborgs are trying to take over the world. The new ERA (Evil Robot Army) has taken in hundreds of thousands of citizens into their control from birth. This new ERA of the world will be completely run by cyborgs. The ERA is an accomplice of bears. This is only a further plot to take down Colbert in the bear uprising of 2012.
  • Although Victor Stone's scientist parents encouraged Victor to pursue academic interests, he found athletic activity far more to his taste. During an experiment, Victor's mother accidentally unleashed a creature from another dimension that killed her instantly and badly wounded Victor. While his wife died, Victor's father managed to save his son by grafting cybernetic parts to Victor's organs and computerizing synthetic nerve bases to his spine. Now half organic and half molybdenum steel, Victor felt alienated from being no longer able to compete on the athletic field due to his new body features. However, after meeting and becoming a member of the Titans, Victor has found like-minded teens in similar situations to himself and seeks to guide them away from the alienation he himself once felt. He also later becomes a member of the Justice League. He can be played in LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes and he has heat vision and magnetism. He doesn't need to be bought he only comes along after you beat some levels.
  • A cyborg (cybernetic organism) was an organic creature of which synthetic enhancements/upgrades had been integrated into their bodies for the purpose of improving physical and/or mental capacities, although it was used for replacing lost limbs and recovering from serious injuries as well.
  • Cyborgs are humans who have cybernetic enhancements, that grants them enhanced physical attributes.
  • The Cyborg is a fictional class for Stick Ranger whom utilizes three weapons at once, and cannot use compo items. The weapon types are: * Eye Graft (or just Eye) * Mechanical Arm (or just Arm) * Mechanical Leg (or just Leg) The Cyborg is considered to be a Hybrid (Melee&Ranged) class.
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