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  • Tripod
  • TriPod
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  • Developed in the early 80s, the triPod was used in the Cold War, to make some soviet heads a splode. Its earthquake-like waves resulting from the sound vibrations from the awful polka music were also used to tear down the Berlin wall.
  • Tripod is a Dalmatian puppy and Lucky's main rival in the Bark Brigade. He only appears in 101 Dalmatians: The Series. Presumably named for being the only puppy with three legs, Tripod is a very athletic, and hard-working puppy. He is seen to be a bit of a perfectionist, as in "Full Metal Pullet", and frequently contends with Lucky in several episodes.
  • Tripod is a minor character in the Wild Cards series of books.
  • The Tripod is a large three-legged Necromorph composed of multiple human corpses.
  • Being low-class "budget" weapons, they often suffered several malfunctions, such as the scope being slightly off-angle, causing severe aiming difficulties (TV: The Old Enemy).
  • I bought a Slik Video Sprint. Weighs under two pounds, folds to eighteen inches, so easy to carry, extends to eye height. Setup is so ultra quick. Ball head (not true fluid-head) with practice can be fairly smooth for pans and tilts. $79. very happy with this. Admittedly this probably isn't the MAIN tripod one should have for your super pro shots (films, etc.); that one should be heavier and more fluid. But let me tell you, you won't even think twice about carrying this when you travel, so it's great for your more casual shooting!
  • On firearms, tripods are commonly used on machine guns to provide a forward rest and to reduce motion from recoil. Machine guns are capable of firing long continuous bursts of fire, but at the cost of increased recoil (which decreases accuracy), and increased weight (machine guns are heavier in order to absorb the stresses of prolonged fully automatic fire). The tripod permits the operator to rest the weapon on the ground and thus the gun feels lighter to the shooter and accuracy is increased.
  • The "Tripods," as they were dubbed by Luke Skywalker, were a sentient species of three-legged, triocular beings with sac-like bodies. They had long yellow fur around their hips and tentacles, as well as shadings of pink and turquoise. They were indigenous to an Imperial planet in the Outer Rim, on the route from Pzob to Belsavis. A number of them were taken prisoner aboard the Eye of Palpatine, though they were able to resist being brainwashed by Imperial agents.
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Alignment
  • Neutral/Good
Attack
  • 148
Goal
  • To win sports and competitions
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WCTraits
  • No arms, three legs
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Dislikes
  • Lucky beating him in such events
Giftable
  • Non-Giftable
Loot
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Defense
  • 97
Voice
Date
  • 2012-10-08
FirstAppearance
  • Dead Man’s Hand
Likes
  • Sports, competitions
Appearance
  • Dalmatian puppy with three legs, small hair tuft, red collar, emerald green sweatband, stub where his fourth limb would be
Name
  • Tripod
Type
  • Weapons
Personality
  • Competitive, athletic, serious
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Shows
  • 101
Fate
  • Lives on the Dearly Farm with the other puppies
Aliases
  • Tripod
Allies
Planet
Weapons
  • Teeth, claws
Enemies
Class
  • Joker
Distinctions
  • Triocular
  • *Male: A larger Leaper-like Necromorph form. Dark skin, male-like features, large arms used for locomotion and attacks. *Female: A larger Leaper-like Necromorph form. Pale skin, female features.
Home
  • The Dearly Farm
Quality
  • Uncommon
Attacks
  • *Male:Impales or strikes with its tongue, swings its arms like a Brute, or lunges at its prey. *Female:Uses its tongue like a Drag Tentacle, and if the sac is not destroyed, decapitates victims.
HairColor
  • Yellow, with pink and turquoise
Occupation
  • Thief
  • Bark Brigade cadet
Family
Subtype
  • Melee
Friends
  • Lucky, Cadpig, Rolly, Spot, Dipstick, Whizzer, Two-Tone, Dalmatian Puppies, Duke, Pongo, Perdita, Jasper and Horace
Gender
  • Male
Source
Quote
  • "No pain, no gain."
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  • The "Tripods," as they were dubbed by Luke Skywalker, were a sentient species of three-legged, triocular beings with sac-like bodies. They had long yellow fur around their hips and tentacles, as well as shadings of pink and turquoise. They were indigenous to an Imperial planet in the Outer Rim, on the route from Pzob to Belsavis. A number of them were taken prisoner aboard the Eye of Palpatine, though they were able to resist being brainwashed by Imperial agents. Their needs were taken care of by a gentle Talz. the Protocol droid C-3PO and Luke Skywalker were unable to identify their species by proper name. Primitive beings not familiar with galactic civilization, they referred to themselves simply as "the People" and their homeworld as "the World."
  • On firearms, tripods are commonly used on machine guns to provide a forward rest and to reduce motion from recoil. Machine guns are capable of firing long continuous bursts of fire, but at the cost of increased recoil (which decreases accuracy), and increased weight (machine guns are heavier in order to absorb the stresses of prolonged fully automatic fire). The tripod permits the operator to rest the weapon on the ground and thus the gun feels lighter to the shooter and accuracy is increased. Tripods are generally restricted to heavier weapons where the weight would be an encumbrance. For lighter weapons such as rifles, a bipod is more common.
  • Developed in the early 80s, the triPod was used in the Cold War, to make some soviet heads a splode. Its earthquake-like waves resulting from the sound vibrations from the awful polka music were also used to tear down the Berlin wall.
  • Tripod is a Dalmatian puppy and Lucky's main rival in the Bark Brigade. He only appears in 101 Dalmatians: The Series. Presumably named for being the only puppy with three legs, Tripod is a very athletic, and hard-working puppy. He is seen to be a bit of a perfectionist, as in "Full Metal Pullet", and frequently contends with Lucky in several episodes.
  • Tripod is a minor character in the Wild Cards series of books.
  • The Tripod is a large three-legged Necromorph composed of multiple human corpses.
  • Being low-class "budget" weapons, they often suffered several malfunctions, such as the scope being slightly off-angle, causing severe aiming difficulties (TV: The Old Enemy).
  • I bought a Slik Video Sprint. Weighs under two pounds, folds to eighteen inches, so easy to carry, extends to eye height. Setup is so ultra quick. Ball head (not true fluid-head) with practice can be fairly smooth for pans and tilts. $79. very happy with this. Admittedly this probably isn't the MAIN tripod one should have for your super pro shots (films, etc.); that one should be heavier and more fluid. But let me tell you, you won't even think twice about carrying this when you travel, so it's great for your more casual shooting!
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