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  • The Master Control Program (or MCP) is the main antagonist of Tron. It is a rogue computer program created by Ed Dillinger (also played by David Warner, and main human antagonist) that ruled over the world inside ENCOM's mainframe computer. During the rule of the MCP, many programs were enslaved and pitted against the program's henchmen, led by Sark (also played by Warner). It was voiced by David Warner.
  • The MCP was a program in the Tron world's computer systems. It resembled a wireframe model when talking with Sark, but its true form was a tall, red, spinning-top shape with its wide face on it.
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  • The Master Control Program (or MCP) is the main antagonist in TRON. The MCP was a rogue computer program, created by Walter Gibbs and vastly improved by Ed Dillinger, that ruled over the world inside ENCOM's mainframe computer system. During the rule of the MCP, many programs were enslaved and pitted against the program's henchmen, led by Commander Sark.
  • The MCP (Mobile Command Post) is a large heavily armored vehicle used to capture new territories when it is deployed in a pre-determined location in a map. Once it is transported, any GDF member can drive it to its objective location and deploy it (simply get out once it has reached a full stop at the target location). Although slow moving, it is armed with serious firepower and can defend itself efficiently when a gunner is present. However, remaining team members are encouraged to escort the MCP and defend it when it is on the move.
  • Acronym for "Moog Console Panel", an oddball module format used in some vintage Moog modular synths. The larger Moog modular synth modules had, at the bottom of the cabinet, a row for modules that were about half of the height of the standard Moog modules. (The standard Moog module was 8.75" [22.2 mm], so a MCP panel by this formula would be 4.375" [11.11 mm]. This information is unverified.) It was originally intended as a space to mount the synth's power supply and its control panel, but Moog reasoned that the extra space could be used for utility modules. Moog produced a handful of modules that fit in the MCP space, most of which consisted of passive mixer and signal routing modules. Almost nothing is produced in this format today other than the Moon Modular 525MCP mixer/attentuator.
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type of villain
  • Artificial Intelligence
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Job
  • System control Dictator of the ENCOM system.
Goals
  • Keep control over the Grid and conquer the real world .
Origin
  • Tron
Skills
  • Immense knowledge
  • Control over the Grid and the computers in the ENCOM company
Speed
  • Slow
Status
  • Derezzed
Role
  • Mobile Command Post
Actor
Name
  • 250
  • Master Control Program
Gallery
  • True
describe
  • Unique program appearance
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Allies
Alias
  • MCP
Hobby
  • Unknown
Color
  • Red
User
Occupation
  • Chess program
  • Controller of ENCOM's mainframe
  • Ruler of the Grid
Positions
  • Driver, Gunner
HP
  • 7000
Fullname
  • Master Control Program
Gender
  • None
Death
  • 1982
Crew
  • 2
Armament
  • *Anti-Missile Decoys *Mounted GPMG *Minigun *Hammer Launcher
Birth
  • 1980
Size
  • 300
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  • The Master Control Program (or MCP) is the main antagonist of Tron. It is a rogue computer program created by Ed Dillinger (also played by David Warner, and main human antagonist) that ruled over the world inside ENCOM's mainframe computer. During the rule of the MCP, many programs were enslaved and pitted against the program's henchmen, led by Sark (also played by Warner). It was voiced by David Warner.
  • The MCP was a program in the Tron world's computer systems. It resembled a wireframe model when talking with Sark, but its true form was a tall, red, spinning-top shape with its wide face on it.
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Mcp/preload editintro=Mcp/editintro width=25 This is a test for MCP This is how it works
  • The Master Control Program (or MCP) is the main antagonist in TRON. The MCP was a rogue computer program, created by Walter Gibbs and vastly improved by Ed Dillinger, that ruled over the world inside ENCOM's mainframe computer system. During the rule of the MCP, many programs were enslaved and pitted against the program's henchmen, led by Commander Sark.
  • The MCP (Mobile Command Post) is a large heavily armored vehicle used to capture new territories when it is deployed in a pre-determined location in a map. Once it is transported, any GDF member can drive it to its objective location and deploy it (simply get out once it has reached a full stop at the target location). Although slow moving, it is armed with serious firepower and can defend itself efficiently when a gunner is present. However, remaining team members are encouraged to escort the MCP and defend it when it is on the move.
  • Acronym for "Moog Console Panel", an oddball module format used in some vintage Moog modular synths. The larger Moog modular synth modules had, at the bottom of the cabinet, a row for modules that were about half of the height of the standard Moog modules. (The standard Moog module was 8.75" [22.2 mm], so a MCP panel by this formula would be 4.375" [11.11 mm]. This information is unverified.) It was originally intended as a space to mount the synth's power supply and its control panel, but Moog reasoned that the extra space could be used for utility modules. Moog produced a handful of modules that fit in the MCP space, most of which consisted of passive mixer and signal routing modules. Almost nothing is produced in this format today other than the Moon Modular 525MCP mixer/attentuator.
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