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  • Announcer
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  • __NOWYSIWYG__ During the World Grand Prix, the Announcer reports the progress of the current racers at the very top position.
  • The Announcer is a referee that tells the player when the battle will start, declaring the winner and more. Depending on which game is played, the voice changes.
  • The announcer is a placeholder character for the announcer of the RALPHIE the Robot's Incredible Odyssey! TV-series.
  • アナウンサーが2011年7月での引退前にwikiで共有バッジだった。それは、人々が10共有リンクをクリックして取得することによって得ることができた。それは編集者に50点を与えた。
  • The Announcer is an Irken who commentated on the events of the Great Assigning on Conventia through a floating screen. He was voiced by Brad Abrell in The Nightmare Begins, and Adam Baldwin in The Frycook What Came from All That Space. His actual name is unknown; the credits simply list him as "Announcer". The announcer also seems to have the same helmet as some of the Irken robotic guards. * Debut: The Nightmare Begins * The Frycook What Came from All That Space
  • On February 7, 2009, during the the launch ceremony for the SDF-1 Macross, he introduced Hero of the Unification Wars, Major Roy Focker.(SDFM: "Boobytrap")
  • Announcer at the Olympic Sports Auditorium during a championship wrestling match.
  • The unnamed announcer is a character from the Sun & Moon series.
  • The Announcer is a character featured in all multi players Counter-Strike series (except Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes)
  • Announcers in Heroes of the Storm are an auditory cosmetic feature that allow players to choose which hero they would like to announce takedowns, kill streaks, and more. They are obtained through crafting (File:IconShard.png400 each) or via opening Loot Chests. Each announcer has five voice lines they will deliver throughout the match. They are a variation of the following, with some heroes delivering their own peculiar twist: * "Prepare for combat!" * "Let the battle begin!" * "Enemy slain." * "Hero of the storm!" * "Victory!"
  • The announcer is the host of all of all the events on the world of Hoopland, including Hoop-De-Doo-Dah-Day, which the N Team came to the world to take part in.
  • Announcer is the minor character of Rugrats that he is voiced by Andrew Carter.
  • An announcer is a presenter who makes "announcements" in an audio medium or a physical location. It is usually an offscreen voice. Different voice actors fill this role in different games in the Smash Bros series.
  • The Announcer (Maggs) is a mysterious figure at Hoppy's Fun Land and at the Fair Ground.
  • The announcer is the voice behind the game. It narrates certain events that may happen during gameplay. There are three announcers in S4: * The male announcer for Touch Down mode and general announcements is JC, rapper of the korean band 3rd Coast. * The male announcer for Captain, Battle Royal and Chaser modes is Mike B, rapper who sings the SuperSonic & Nova lyrics. * Unknown female announcer, who narrates the amount of time remaining in a match.
  • "Race completed!" -- The announcer In the Carmageddon games, an announcer can be heard narrating certain events during a race. Whenever the player does something worth noticing, the announcer will announce it. In addition, he also does the starting countdown (5, 4, 3, 2, 1, GO!). In Carmageddon and Carmageddon II, the announcer is the same, voiced by UNKNOWN. The German announcer in Carmageddon is UNKNOWN. In Carmageddon TDR 2000, the announcer changed to Philip Morris[confirmation needed] .
  • The Announcer was speaking at the dinner for the Sportswriter of the Year Award.
  • Announcer was a Sharing Badge on a wiki before its retirement in July 2011. It could be obtained by getting people to click on 10 shared links. It gave the editor 50 points.
  • Cleod9, in order to provide the first game of the series, Super Smash Flash, an extra twist, he opted to use a female announcer, who goes by the alias of Kagome, very different to those of the official Super Smash Bros. games that made use of a male announcer. Another reason he specified was about audio files would not be consistent claiming Super Smash Bros. Melee's announcer's voice didn't rip very well, plus Kagome's voice was much clearer. The choice for use a female announcer received a mixed reaction from part of players. Some found her voice unfitting for the fighting game based on a Smash game, comparing it with the official game's announcers. On the other hand, some thought, indeed, a female announcer gave SSF a special feeling not seen in the original Smash games and was comparab
  • A ring announcer is a paid in-ring (and sometimes, on-camera) employee for a boxing, professional wrestling, or mixed martial arts event or promotion. The primary duties of a ring announcer are as follows: * To introduce the participants involved in the scheduled matches to the viewing audience, be it strictly an arena audience (as in a professional wrestling house show), or a live televised event.
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  • FNVLR
English Voice
  • Mike MacRae
Anime
  • Super Dimension Fortress Macross~1
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Japanese Voice
  • Ryusuke Obayashi
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  • 10
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  • none
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  • Unknown
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FirstAppearance
  • "Recovering Pessimist"
  • Season 1 Episode 18
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  • 1
Appearance
  • "Kenny the Cat"
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Role
  • Announcer
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  • Unknown
Actor
Name
  • Announcer
  • Announcer
  • Unnamed announcer
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  • Male
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  • Alola
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  • Blue/White Bedford CA Van
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  • 50
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  • Invader
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  • Announcer for the Pokémon Pancake Race
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  • Announcer
  • Announcer
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  • Announcer for Kenny the Cat
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  • Unknown
City
  • Unknown
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Equipment
  • PAK
Continuity
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  • Female
  • Male
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  • Narrator
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  • Black
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  • __NOWYSIWYG__ During the World Grand Prix, the Announcer reports the progress of the current racers at the very top position.
  • The Announcer is a referee that tells the player when the battle will start, declaring the winner and more. Depending on which game is played, the voice changes.
  • The announcer is a placeholder character for the announcer of the RALPHIE the Robot's Incredible Odyssey! TV-series.
  • アナウンサーが2011年7月での引退前にwikiで共有バッジだった。それは、人々が10共有リンクをクリックして取得することによって得ることができた。それは編集者に50点を与えた。
  • The Announcer is an Irken who commentated on the events of the Great Assigning on Conventia through a floating screen. He was voiced by Brad Abrell in The Nightmare Begins, and Adam Baldwin in The Frycook What Came from All That Space. His actual name is unknown; the credits simply list him as "Announcer". The announcer also seems to have the same helmet as some of the Irken robotic guards. * Debut: The Nightmare Begins * The Frycook What Came from All That Space
  • On February 7, 2009, during the the launch ceremony for the SDF-1 Macross, he introduced Hero of the Unification Wars, Major Roy Focker.(SDFM: "Boobytrap")
  • Cleod9, in order to provide the first game of the series, Super Smash Flash, an extra twist, he opted to use a female announcer, who goes by the alias of Kagome, very different to those of the official Super Smash Bros. games that made use of a male announcer. Another reason he specified was about audio files would not be consistent claiming Super Smash Bros. Melee's announcer's voice didn't rip very well, plus Kagome's voice was much clearer. The choice for use a female announcer received a mixed reaction from part of players. Some found her voice unfitting for the fighting game based on a Smash game, comparing it with the official game's announcers. On the other hand, some thought, indeed, a female announcer gave SSF a special feeling not seen in the original Smash games and was comparable unique to the game.
  • Announcer at the Olympic Sports Auditorium during a championship wrestling match.
  • The unnamed announcer is a character from the Sun & Moon series.
  • The Announcer is a character featured in all multi players Counter-Strike series (except Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes)
  • Announcers in Heroes of the Storm are an auditory cosmetic feature that allow players to choose which hero they would like to announce takedowns, kill streaks, and more. They are obtained through crafting (File:IconShard.png400 each) or via opening Loot Chests. Each announcer has five voice lines they will deliver throughout the match. They are a variation of the following, with some heroes delivering their own peculiar twist: * "Prepare for combat!" * "Let the battle begin!" * "Enemy slain." * "Hero of the storm!" * "Victory!"
  • The announcer is the host of all of all the events on the world of Hoopland, including Hoop-De-Doo-Dah-Day, which the N Team came to the world to take part in.
  • Announcer is the minor character of Rugrats that he is voiced by Andrew Carter.
  • An announcer is a presenter who makes "announcements" in an audio medium or a physical location. It is usually an offscreen voice. Different voice actors fill this role in different games in the Smash Bros series.
  • The Announcer (Maggs) is a mysterious figure at Hoppy's Fun Land and at the Fair Ground.
  • The announcer is the voice behind the game. It narrates certain events that may happen during gameplay. There are three announcers in S4: * The male announcer for Touch Down mode and general announcements is JC, rapper of the korean band 3rd Coast. * The male announcer for Captain, Battle Royal and Chaser modes is Mike B, rapper who sings the SuperSonic & Nova lyrics. * Unknown female announcer, who narrates the amount of time remaining in a match.
  • "Race completed!" -- The announcer In the Carmageddon games, an announcer can be heard narrating certain events during a race. Whenever the player does something worth noticing, the announcer will announce it. In addition, he also does the starting countdown (5, 4, 3, 2, 1, GO!). In Carmageddon and Carmageddon II, the announcer is the same, voiced by UNKNOWN. The German announcer in Carmageddon is UNKNOWN. In Carmageddon TDR 2000, the announcer changed to Philip Morris[confirmation needed] .
  • The Announcer was speaking at the dinner for the Sportswriter of the Year Award.
  • A ring announcer is a paid in-ring (and sometimes, on-camera) employee for a boxing, professional wrestling, or mixed martial arts event or promotion. The primary duties of a ring announcer are as follows: * To introduce the participants involved in the scheduled matches to the viewing audience, be it strictly an arena audience (as in a professional wrestling house show), or a live televised event. In boxing and mixed martial arts bouts such as UFC, fight introductions take place after both fighters have made their entrance and are inside the fighting area (the ring, cage, or UFC's trademark Octagon). The typical format for ring introductions (though wording and delivery style may vary from one announcer to another) takes the following form as in this example introduction of UFC fighter Rich Franklin, written in the style of announcer Bruce Buffer: "Introducing first: fighting out of the (either red or blue) corner, this man is a Freestyle fighter. He stands 6-feet-1-inch tall, weighing in at 185 pounds. He holds a professional mixed martial arts record of 20 wins and 2 losses, with 10 wins by knockout (At this point, if the fighter being announced holds a championship title, the ring announcer will say what it is in the format of "He is the current, reigning, and defending _____ Champion..."). Fighting out of Cincinnati, Ohio: Rich..."Ace"...FRANKLIN!" In professional wrestling, the common format used by most ring announcers (which, again, may vary depending on the style of the announcer) usually resembles this written example introduction of professional wrestler Hulk Hogan: "Making his way to the ring (or, depending on where the wrestler is when the ring announcer begins the introduction, "Coming down the aisle," "About to enter the ring," or "Currently in the ring"), from Venice Beach, California, weighing 303 pounds (If the wrestler being announced holds a championship title, the ring announcer will state which title it is at the point in the introduction, in the format of "He is the current _____ Champion..."), Hulk...HOGAN!" * It is also common for the ring announcer to state the underlying rules of the match to be held. In boxing and MMA, the announcer will state the number of rounds scheduled for the fight, as well as how many minutes each round will last. In professional wrestling, the ring announcer also will state the stipulation required to win the contest. For example, when a ring announcer says, "The following contest is scheduled for one fall," it is being conveyed that the upcoming match is a professional wrestling match that will be contested under traditional rules that can be won or lost by a single pinfall, submission, disqualification, or count-out. However, as it has been well documented, professional wrestling promotions have invented new match types over the years, creating new stipulations and objectives that a wrestler must perform in order to win the bout. One of a ring announcer's duties is to convey those stipulations to the arena and television audiences before introducing the match participants. * Lastly, when a bout reaches a conclusion in either boxing, MMA, or professional wrestling, it is the ring announcer's duty to announce the winner. If a boxing or MMA fight lasts through all scheduled rounds, the announcer will read the fight judges' scorecard totals, resulting in the match being ruled either a unanimous, majority, or split decision victory for one of the fighters, or a draw. In MMA, if the stoppage comes due to a submission, the announcer will publicly disclose the time of the stoppage, method of submission or type of knockout, and the victor. In both boxing and MMA, the announcement is usually done inside the ring or cage in most professionally run shows, regardless if amateur or professional bouts were showcased. In Professional Wrestling, the winners name is announced after the bell has been sounded and usually this announcement is performed outside of the ring.
  • Announcer was a Sharing Badge on a wiki before its retirement in July 2011. It could be obtained by getting people to click on 10 shared links. It gave the editor 50 points.
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