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  • Snip
  • SNIP
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  • Snip is a male sheltie-retriever.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Snip is a character from the 1979 Rankin/Bass television special Jack Frost.
  • "Saving up can be hard, but with an account at Savings 'N' Investments Plus (or SNIP) it's a SNAP! You can put money aside separately so you don't spend it until you're ready. Save up for that perfect weapon, or just keep your cash away from Starbucks!" Savings 'N' Investments Plus (or SNIP) is a facility in Sector 3 that acts as Mech Crusader's version of a bank. You can store credits in either a regular or interest account at SNIP, the latter working just like it's savings account counterpart in real life.
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Appear
  • Jack Frost
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Status
  • Unknown
Past
  • Pup Pack
Dead
  • N/A
Character Name
  • Snip
Speaker
  • Snip describing a wolf howl
  • Snip to Mother-Dog about the Sky Dogs and Lightning
Species
  • Dog
Alive
  • A Hidden Enemy, Darkness Falls, The Broken Path
Names
  • Pup: Snip
Rank
  • Member
Current
  • Unknown
Page Number
  • 2
Breed
  • Sheltie-Retriver mix
Family
  • Brothers: Lucky, Yowl
  • Mother-Dog: Unnamed Retriever
  • Sire-Dog: Unnamed Sheltie
  • Sisters: Bella, Yip
Gender
  • Male
Source
  • Darkness Falls
Quote
  • "When it howled, it sounded a bit like a dog."
  • Are you sure they're only playing?
ref
  • A Hidden Enemy, page 3
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  • Snip is a male sheltie-retriever.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Snip is a character from the 1979 Rankin/Bass television special Jack Frost.
  • "Saving up can be hard, but with an account at Savings 'N' Investments Plus (or SNIP) it's a SNAP! You can put money aside separately so you don't spend it until you're ready. Save up for that perfect weapon, or just keep your cash away from Starbucks!" Savings 'N' Investments Plus (or SNIP) is a facility in Sector 3 that acts as Mech Crusader's version of a bank. You can store credits in either a regular or interest account at SNIP, the latter working just like it's savings account counterpart in real life. The interest given works in the following way at SNIP; if your base interest is 0.9%, that only applies for the first 100 million credits in all your interest accounts, but the interest diminishes for the next 100 million credits and so forth (i.e it halves, so if you have 200 million, you gain 0.9% out of the first 100 million, and 0.45% out of the second 100 million).