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  • Red Star
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  • File:Red-star-present.gif Write the text of your article here!
  • This character only appeared on the cover of Roly-Poly Comics #10, which featured reprints of MLJ stories that were different with each issue and covers with characters who did not appear in the interior.
  • Red Star also known as Star Fire is a superhero from Russia and a Honorary Titan. Star Fire was one of the original allies of the Teen Titans. His name would be changed to Red Star to avoid confusion with the other super-heroine Starfire. Red Star is the result of a Russian genetics program that was trying to create super-soldiers. Red Fire escaped and the organization fell apart leaving him largely acting on his own. Red Star spent many years just coming to terms with use of his powers and in the mean-time was seen as a sort of bogeyman of rural Russia since he tried to keep out of sight while testing his abilities but still intervened to help others.
  • The Red Star is the name given to a planet in the Rukbat system with an unusual orbit. The Red Star has a comet-like trajectory, piercing the Oort Cloud at its apogee, and approaching Pern during its perigee. It drags with it material from the Oort Cloud, including the dreaded Thread. The AIVAS initiated a project in the Ninth Pass to alter the Red Star's orbit sufficiently to bring an end to Thread, though the current Pass would continue until its natural end.
  • Don't let these commie bastards full you! The your true locally small homeowned paper that gets it correct in Northeast Alabama (aside New York Times owned papers) is the Daily Colbert! According to Stephen Colbert, just like the New York Times, the Red Star is full of lies (and "facts").
  • The Red Star is a mysterious heavenly body which appeared at the culmination of the Week of Nightmares on July 15, 1999. Known as Wormwood to vampires, Anthelios (the anti-sun) to werewolves, Telos or Mirzaba to mages, the Eye of the Demon Emperor to all Shen and the Eye of Balor to changelings, the Red Star was seen by most supernaturals as being a sign of the End Times.
  • Red Star is a star that appeared on the "Best Friends" episode and many more episodes.
  • A smooth-talking suave man who has values and will stop at nothing to reach his goal. Under this persona he is actually schizophrenic living with 2 other voices in his head one named Kaze the other Cole. Kaze is a ruthless merciless personality, while Cole is a cool headed think-before-you-act personality. Nawaki can relinquish control over to either personality for ten mins at a time if he wants to. Nawaki decided he wants to use his power only for himself and profit off of it, so he joins Wild Card's Rogues.
  • The name Red Star has been used in several continuities. * Red Star (RAH) * Red Star (Renegades)
  • Red Star was a grizzled veteran of the Soviet Union's war in Afghanistan. When he came back, many people have perceived him to have become meaner and a different attitude. That funny look in his eye when he looks at you might be meaning he's psychotic but there's no way to prove that. Still, his superiors must have seen something when he was given the opportunity to command the Oktober Guard. Or perhaps it was a fluke, but when he saw that chance, he took it. It is his belief that the Oktober Guard represents the best Russia has. He himself is a member of the Soviet Naval Infantry's Black Sea Regiment. He wasn't going to let any glory hound with party connections take over Russia's elite.
  • You can find a Red Star in a few of the Wheelzen games, and collecting it will gain you twenty points.
  • "A beautiful red dragon whose scales shine in the moonlight like red stars in the night sky. Currently, this type of rare dragon is being kept by the Laedis Academy."
  • The Red Star was an enigmatic celestial object that was located in the skies of Mata Nui and Voya Nui. It contained the mechanism that allowed the Great Spirit Robot to travel from planet to planet. The Star also served as a means of resurrecting the deceased beings in the Matoran Universe. Their bodies were teleported to the Red Star, where their bodies were either repaired or their consciousness were transplanted into a new body. However, this ability had limitations: The being needed to be within the Matoran Universe, and there had to be enough left of the deceased's mind and body to be salvaged; in other words, any beings who died on Mata Nui or left few solid remains could not be revived, and thus remained dead permanently.
  • The five-pointed red star (a pentagram without the inner pentagon) is a symbol of Communism and Socialism and represents the five fingers of the worker's hand, as well as the five continents (as traditionally counted). A lesser known suggestion is that the five points on the star were intended to represent the five social groups that would lead the nation to communism. In no particular order, they are: the youth (the future generations), the military (to protect and defend socialism), industrial workers (labourers), agricultural workers (peasantry), and the intelligentsia (to criticize and to improve the ideas and practices of life in order to attain communism). In general, it was the emblem, symbol, and signal that indicated the truth of the new order under the rule and guidance of the Co
  • "The Ancient Traveller... the Herald of Despair... the Messenger has returned... the follower of the Herald brings death and betrayal... the Colossus shall walk again... mortals fight in vain, the hordes of vermin shall reign... a hidden shadow deceives them all... the time is nigh..." -Marlissa the Doom Teller
  • Red Stars are power-ups in Super Mario Galaxy. Red Stars transform Mario into Flying Mario. They wear off over time, and are only found in the second mission of the Gateway Galaxy and in specific spots of the Comet Observatory. They are unlocked for use in the Observatory after Mario obtains the Red Power Star in the second mission of the Gateway Galaxy. In this mission, Mario must collect one hundred Purple Coins for the Red Luma to make Red Stars available for use. Its ability also appears in Super Mario Galaxy 2 through hacking, but the ability is never used, nor is it seen in the game. The Red Star itself never appears in the game.
  • The Red Star was created by the Great Beings, along with the Mata Nui robot. Its purpose was to give the Robot energy to fly, attaching to his back and working like a backpack. When it was not in use (like on Aqua Magna) it orbited around the Matoran Universe. When the robot was shut down by Teridax, it remained in the skies of Aqua Magna. On Mata Nui it was used by Matoran and Turaga to predict the future, by watching the position of other stars around it. This could be done using various telescopes on the island, including one in Ta-Wahi and Nixie's in Ga-Koro.
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  • Super Mario Galaxy
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  • Superhero
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  • John Giunta
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  • Goals
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  • Unknown
  • Leonid Kovar
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  • His powers ,
  • The Radiation monster
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  • Occupation
  • Created by
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  • Oktober Guard field commander; Commando Operations
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  • Red Star, Star Fire
  • Roly-Poly Comics #10
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  • Full Name
  • Real Name
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  • Superhuman Strength, Superhuman Speed, Flight, Superhuman Agility, Superhuman Reflexes
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  • Amphibious assault
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  • Teen Titans #18
  • Green Publications
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  • Origin
  • Original Publisher
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  • Nawaki Okumura
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Birthplace
  • Odessa, Ukraine
Found
Box Title
  • Do-Gooder
  • Red Star?
Relatives
  • Unkown
Voice
League
  • Ligue 2
Residence
  • Siberia, Russia
Branch
  • Soviet Navy
Origin
  • Siberia, Russia
Age
  • 20
Likes
  • Being accepted, helping people, building snowmobiles
Weapon
  • None
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Role
  • Transport
Name
  • Red Star
Type
  • Item
DOB
  • Unknown
First
  • Snowblind
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Aliases
  • Russian dude Starfire
Weight
  • 189.0
Model
Height
  • 6
Species
  • Human
  • Mutated Human
Title
  • Red Star
Marital Status
  • Single
Rank
  • капита́н 1-го ра́нга [NATO: OF-5 / US: O-6]
Image size
  • 258
Class
  • Carrier
Battles
Place of Birth
  • WayHaven
Powers
  • Flight
  • Enhanced Strength
  • High Endurance,
  • Gifted Intellect of Technology,
  • Invulnerability,
  • Radioactive Energy Blasts,
  • Radioactive Energy Explosions
  • Self Sustenance,
Image
Affiliations
Destroyed
  • 0
Debut
Family
  • Constantin Kovar
Friends
Eye Color
  • Purple
Image File
  • Red Star.jpg
Gender
  • Male
RealName
  • Anatoly Fyodorovich Krimov
  • Captain Leonid Constantinovitch Kovar
Date of Birth
  • ?/?/1999
Effect
  • Turns Mario into Flying Mario.
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  • File:Red-star-present.gif Write the text of your article here!
  • This character only appeared on the cover of Roly-Poly Comics #10, which featured reprints of MLJ stories that were different with each issue and covers with characters who did not appear in the interior.
  • "The Ancient Traveller... the Herald of Despair... the Messenger has returned... the follower of the Herald brings death and betrayal... the Colossus shall walk again... mortals fight in vain, the hordes of vermin shall reign... a hidden shadow deceives them all... the time is nigh..." -Marlissa the Doom Teller The Red Star was a comet that appeared in the sky, named for its red glow. Many diviners, fortune tellers and seers took this as a bad omen and predicted an uncertain, chaotic and violent future. The appearance of the Red Star was the start of over a year long (Real time) campaign of quests and events somehow connected to the Red Star. Adventurers discovered that the Red Star had appeared on the sky long before, during the times of the Arithmian Empire, called by the name the Ancient Traveller, the Herald or Messenger (of Despair). According to the Arithmians, the Red Star appears on the sky every 2000-3000 years or so. The Arithmians had used the magical powers of meteorites from the Red Star to power magical artefacts and golems. The most powerful of these golems were the Gorgodonth, a golem so powerful and dangerous that its creator, Zervarithus, regretted its construction and dismantled the red star gem functioning as its heart and power source and sent the heart across the ocean to the continent where the Yequi Empire would eventually be founded. Eventually, the heart gem came back to the Shores and Saelihn Tessarion activated the golem, which later exploded in the village of Ashrindale, incinerating it instantly. When the Red Star comet passed, the planet moved through its tail and meteors crashed down on the Shores. The largest of these meteors hit in the Shade Mountains. The red crystals that came with these meteors were collected and mined, and eventually used by some to enchant weapons, shields and other items. Mandis Menthur even created a golem made entirely of the red star crystal. While these red gems gave considerable power to the enchanted items, they also affected nearby persons minds negatively, making them very affectionate of the gems and giving them a false sense of security. This sometimes caused problems, when two or more "weak minded" persons both wanted the same gem.
  • Red Star also known as Star Fire is a superhero from Russia and a Honorary Titan. Star Fire was one of the original allies of the Teen Titans. His name would be changed to Red Star to avoid confusion with the other super-heroine Starfire. Red Star is the result of a Russian genetics program that was trying to create super-soldiers. Red Fire escaped and the organization fell apart leaving him largely acting on his own. Red Star spent many years just coming to terms with use of his powers and in the mean-time was seen as a sort of bogeyman of rural Russia since he tried to keep out of sight while testing his abilities but still intervened to help others.
  • The five-pointed red star (a pentagram without the inner pentagon) is a symbol of Communism and Socialism and represents the five fingers of the worker's hand, as well as the five continents (as traditionally counted). A lesser known suggestion is that the five points on the star were intended to represent the five social groups that would lead the nation to communism. In no particular order, they are: the youth (the future generations), the military (to protect and defend socialism), industrial workers (labourers), agricultural workers (peasantry), and the intelligentsia (to criticize and to improve the ideas and practices of life in order to attain communism). In general, it was the emblem, symbol, and signal that indicated the truth of the new order under the rule and guidance of the Communist Party.
  • The Red Star is the name given to a planet in the Rukbat system with an unusual orbit. The Red Star has a comet-like trajectory, piercing the Oort Cloud at its apogee, and approaching Pern during its perigee. It drags with it material from the Oort Cloud, including the dreaded Thread. The AIVAS initiated a project in the Ninth Pass to alter the Red Star's orbit sufficiently to bring an end to Thread, though the current Pass would continue until its natural end.
  • Red Stars are power-ups in Super Mario Galaxy. Red Stars transform Mario into Flying Mario. They wear off over time, and are only found in the second mission of the Gateway Galaxy and in specific spots of the Comet Observatory. They are unlocked for use in the Observatory after Mario obtains the Red Power Star in the second mission of the Gateway Galaxy. In this mission, Mario must collect one hundred Purple Coins for the Red Luma to make Red Stars available for use. Its ability also appears in Super Mario Galaxy 2 through hacking, but the ability is never used, nor is it seen in the game. The Red Star itself never appears in the game. de:Roter Stern
  • Don't let these commie bastards full you! The your true locally small homeowned paper that gets it correct in Northeast Alabama (aside New York Times owned papers) is the Daily Colbert! According to Stephen Colbert, just like the New York Times, the Red Star is full of lies (and "facts").
  • The Red Star is a mysterious heavenly body which appeared at the culmination of the Week of Nightmares on July 15, 1999. Known as Wormwood to vampires, Anthelios (the anti-sun) to werewolves, Telos or Mirzaba to mages, the Eye of the Demon Emperor to all Shen and the Eye of Balor to changelings, the Red Star was seen by most supernaturals as being a sign of the End Times.
  • Red Star is a star that appeared on the "Best Friends" episode and many more episodes.
  • The Red Star was created by the Great Beings, along with the Mata Nui robot. Its purpose was to give the Robot energy to fly, attaching to his back and working like a backpack. When it was not in use (like on Aqua Magna) it orbited around the Matoran Universe. When the robot was shut down by Teridax, it remained in the skies of Aqua Magna. On Mata Nui it was used by Matoran and Turaga to predict the future, by watching the position of other stars around it. This could be done using various telescopes on the island, including one in Ta-Wahi and Nixie's in Ga-Koro. Later, the six Matoran who would later have become the Toa Inika were fleeing from Karzahni inside Toa Canisters. When they washed ashore the island of Voya Nui, Lightning from the star struck the canisters and changed the Matoran into Toa Inika ("Inika" means "energies from a star"). Gali was later tasked to record the position of the Red Star, as said in the Scroll of Preparation for the reawakening of the Greas Spirit. While doing it, she activated her Akaku Nuva to zoom inside the star, and discovered that there was something alive inside it. The Red Star could also be seen from Bara Magna. When the Agori Tarduk was cleaning up Arena Magna, he found a piece of metal on which the only thing colored was the Red Star. Tarduk then convinced a fellow Agori Crotesius to help him in searching for the Red Star in the northern regions of Bara Magna, where it was shown on the map. Now that Spherus Magna has been reformed, the Star orbits around it.
  • A smooth-talking suave man who has values and will stop at nothing to reach his goal. Under this persona he is actually schizophrenic living with 2 other voices in his head one named Kaze the other Cole. Kaze is a ruthless merciless personality, while Cole is a cool headed think-before-you-act personality. Nawaki can relinquish control over to either personality for ten mins at a time if he wants to. Nawaki decided he wants to use his power only for himself and profit off of it, so he joins Wild Card's Rogues.
  • The name Red Star has been used in several continuities. * Red Star (RAH) * Red Star (Renegades)
  • Red Star was a grizzled veteran of the Soviet Union's war in Afghanistan. When he came back, many people have perceived him to have become meaner and a different attitude. That funny look in his eye when he looks at you might be meaning he's psychotic but there's no way to prove that. Still, his superiors must have seen something when he was given the opportunity to command the Oktober Guard. Or perhaps it was a fluke, but when he saw that chance, he took it. It is his belief that the Oktober Guard represents the best Russia has. He himself is a member of the Soviet Naval Infantry's Black Sea Regiment. He wasn't going to let any glory hound with party connections take over Russia's elite.
  • You can find a Red Star in a few of the Wheelzen games, and collecting it will gain you twenty points.
  • The Red Star was an enigmatic celestial object that was located in the skies of Mata Nui and Voya Nui. It contained the mechanism that allowed the Great Spirit Robot to travel from planet to planet. The Star also served as a means of resurrecting the deceased beings in the Matoran Universe. Their bodies were teleported to the Red Star, where their bodies were either repaired or their consciousness were transplanted into a new body. However, this ability had limitations: The being needed to be within the Matoran Universe, and there had to be enough left of the deceased's mind and body to be salvaged; in other words, any beings who died on Mata Nui or left few solid remains could not be revived, and thus remained dead permanently. The Red Star also served as a means for Matoran to determine the future - if the position of the Red Star in a constellation in the sky matched one of the prophecy carvings in the base of the Great Telescope, that prophecy was about to come to fruition.
  • "A beautiful red dragon whose scales shine in the moonlight like red stars in the night sky. Currently, this type of rare dragon is being kept by the Laedis Academy."
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