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  • He has hair like Kid Trunks', but black and more messy. He wears a blue tuffle-like jacket.
  • A Tower is a non-mobile structure available to both the CORE and the ARM thats purpose is to act as a form of defence; there are many different types of tower, some function as ranged base defence or anti-air defence, while others can detect incoming enemy units. The CORE build patterned towers with an artificial intelligence module that aims and fires the tower, while the ARM use clones to aim and fire the tower. It is considered that certain ARM towers are more accurate than CORE counterparts, but have a shorter range.
  • The Tower is an Ancient city-ship and sister city to Atlantis located on the Lord Protector's Planet. The most noticeable difference between the Tower and Atlantis is that the control chair is in where the Stargate would normally be rather than in a separate tower and all but the Control Tower have long ago fallen.
  • The Tower is a building type in Pharaoh.
  • The Tower is a garrisonable structure.
  • When the roof was ready, I decided to fill my empty water jars. I did not dare take water from the well: I did not want to even come close to it, let alone drink water from it. Moreover, I doubted there was anything but pitch darkness and slugs there.
  • Tower is the fourth level in the Gem Blox Mode section of the Explore Mode in Play Mode in Boom Blox. There are 20 Gem Blox that the player must tumble down in order to complete this level. The player can win Bronze if he/she meets this goal with 6 throws, Silver if 3 throws, and Gold if 1.
  • MH2-Tower Base Map.png|Tower Base Map (MH2) MH2-Tower 1 Map.png|Tower 1 Map (MH2) MHFU-Tower Base Map.png|Tower Base Map (MHFU) MHFU-Tower 1 Map.png|Tower 1 Map (MHFU) FrontierGen-Tower BC Map.png|MHF-G Tower Base Map FrontierGen-Tower A Map.png|MHF-G Tower 1 Map Monster hunter freedom 2 tower 1.png|MHFU Tower Base Resource Map Monster hunter freedom 2 tower 2.png|MHFU Tower Resource Map The Tower Region is comprised of two main areas, the inside and the outside. The Tower itself is a crumbling structure that climbs beyond the clouds. It is believed that the tower was built using Kushala Daora materials, hence why you may find Decayed Dragon Scales when mining. The Top of this Tower returns in Monster Hunter 4.
  • Tower (no real name known) is a member of the Cadet Crusaders. He's a warper who can grow to giant size.
  • The Tower is a structure that exists in The Garden of the Second Sun. Its purpose was to guide the Earth (the Styx spaceship) through space and keep it on its path. However, once the trident inside was stolen, the Earth drifted into orbit around the sun, and the Tower was buried in time. It was rediscovered in Terminal and plays an important role in defeating the Styx, Armagi, and the Phase.
  • Tower is the 8th Expert Floor in Super Monkey Ball 2. It is also the 19th Expert stage in Super Monkey Ball Deluxe.
  • Towerär en City-skepp identisk med Atlantis. Dess namn kommer från det faktum att endast toppen av kontrolltornet är synlig, resten av staden är helt bevuxen med vegetation och de andra tornen har fallit, möjligen på grund av Wraith attack. Dessutom har delar av den underjordiska staden kollapsade på grund av jordbävningar. Tower har en bay full av manuella Puddle Jumper och ett stort antal drönare. Den mest märkbara skillnaden mellan tornet och Atlantis är att kontroll stolen är där Stargate normalt snarare än i en separat torn.
  • Towers are defensive buildings, who automatically attack ground units, naval units and submarines within in their range. Towers are available throughout all epochs of Empire Earth. They change appearance and Attack Type as epochs advance. Unlike other buildings, however, they have to be upgraded manually, by researching an upgrade in a town center or Capitol. Prehistoric towers are little more than basic contraptions, from which rocks are thrown. They later change to brick towers, from which arrows are shot. From the Imperial Age onwards, gun attacks are used.
  • Guardians can interact with a variety of non-player characters (NPCs) at the Tower. Some NPCs serve no apparent function except to populate the Tower, while others provide a variety of services and products for sale. The following is a list of known NPCs at the Tower who sell goods and services (alphabetical order by area):
  • The tall towers at the corners of the fortress give a good overview of the city and the amount of living space in the inner part of the building allows you to keep a permanent garrison there.
  • "Tower" was a fan video edited by kristin1228 (December 2003). Music by Babble.
  • The Tower is a location within Breath of Fire III. It is Momo's home which she previously shared with her father Repsol.
  • The Tower is a building in Worms Forts: Under Siege. It is the weakest and smallest type of siege building which is used to fire Tier 2 weaponry. It is the first building to be constructed by the player after the Stronghold.
  • Towers were tall, usually slender man-made structures used as lookout points. In the world of Arda, named towers were prominent, symbolic, and sometimes held great character. They were mostly used for observation whether for pleasure and romantic yearning or for military purposes, and some towers were build solely as symbols of authority and majesty such as Orthanc.
  • The map has a main staircase right in the middle, which lead to all four floors, there are also a couple more simple stairs to access certains floors. There's a small sewer tunnel, leading to somekind of an elevator shaft. The shaft only has a long ladder with access to all floors (except the 2nd) as well. The B-Site has 2 red tiles that can be destroyed by Global Risk only (with a weapon basically), it only serves as a shortcut to get back at A-Site quickly. The B-Site also has a long tunnel (air vent) leading to the top of the shaft.
  • Tower is a British professional wrestler. He is currently working for Pro Evolution Wrestling as a member of the stable known as The System.
  • Represented by Shu Nakajima, a young student who requires a tutor.
  • A Effiel Tower funghi.Looks like Tasty and Flat Top. SLew-70 Tower.png|Tower Library Entry
  • Tower es un soldado HECU y miembro de la escuadra de Adrian Shephard enviado al Centro de Investigación Black Mesa durante el Incidente de Black Mesa.
  • Um antigo e perverso Templo, é o lar dos Shadow Priests, e de acordo com Shaolin Monks, está em Outworld, mas é tão alto que se pode ver o céu azul. É por vezes referido simplesmente como The Tower pela arena mostrar apenas o interior de uma torre ou The Evil Monastery que seria o local onde se localiza a arena. Evil Monastery também aparece em Mortal Kombat (2011). Nesta nova versão, o fundo muda constantemente entre a noite e dia, e o Monastério do Mal em si é preenchido com estátuas douradas de esqueletos segurando espadas em suas câmaras e há até um relógio de sol lá.
  • This tower was a crude structure built by Sunnydale's mentally-ill population, including the victims of Glorificus, mystically attracted by the coming of the "Big Day". Despite being completed in less than one day, the structure was several stories tall. Months later, the newly resurrected Buffy Summers walked all the way to the tower, as it was the last place she remembered. By this time the tower had become unstable since it had been built hastily by the "groupies". The tower ended up collapsing, but having to save Dawn from the collapse restored Buffy's memory.
  • A tower is three-level round or square building made of stone. A tall tower constructed atop a prominent landscape feature such as a hill or bluff may be community. The high tower — much larger than a typical watchtower — lets the community keep an eye on the surrounding countryside for a considerable distance, giving it greater advance warning of anyone approaching. The tower community has increased defense, thanks both to its commanding view and the superior elevation over attacking forces that the tower provides the community’s defenders.
  • Towers, however, have their drawbacks. They can only fire on units which are visible; they are unable to detect hidden units such as spies or Orsini archers, thus you will need to build a series of outposts nearby, or keep spies and scout units near to detect them. Equally, they are also not effective against siege weapons, heavy infantry or war elephants.
  • There are also two types of research available at the tower. The Attrition and Militia technology lines, avaliable from the File:Classical age small.jpg Classical Age onward. The former grants Towers +1 range per tech level and activates the important mechanic of attrition, which deals sustained damage upon unsupplied hostile (neutral or enemy) units that encroaching within the nation's borders. the latter increases Citizen hit points and allows them (ALongside Scholars to answer a call to arms and become Militia units.
  • The Tower is a supplementary transformation technique, used by the death scythe Jinn Galland alongside his meister, Zubaidah. After emitting a considerable quantity of smoke from the nozzle of his oil lamp weapon form, the dense vapor quickly condenses into a number of solid bricks, which in turn arrange themselves to construct a towering humanoid entity. While in this form, Jinn possesses a colossal amount of physical strength, able to overpower a similarly sized creature composed from several merged Clowns.
  • Shortly thereafter, Tower would join with the Alliance of Evil, a group of mutants under the employ of Apocalypse. Interested in X-Factor's operations, the Alliance would send Tower to spy on their headquarters to learn a way to capture Rusty Collins. When Tower is discovered, X-Factor would clash with him in their mutant terrorist guise of the X-Terminators. Tower would flee from the mutants before capture, and would be reprimanded by his field leader Frenzy.
  • It wasn’t easy, growing up as the miller’s boy in Little Fence, Overweck. At the time, I didn’t know it, of course. Having carried sacks of grain and flour ever since I could walk, I was a head shorter than my mates but strong. As the village shrimp, I did all the foolhardy and dangerous things I could to prove myself, from climbing trees to jumping brooks and picking fights. All but one, that is: like the rest of the villagers, I stayed away from the Black Tower and made the warding sign if I so much as caught myself looking at it.
  • The Point Man and Paxton Fettel enter into the tower area with Jin Sun-Kwon. Jin tells Point Man that she saw that ATC retrofit their EPAs into passanger transports and if they want to get to Becket in time they need to get to the base of Fairport View Tower which has transport pods. She peeks out the window but she is captured by Cultists, however she managed to escape in confusion. She tells him that she is going to the base of the Tower. Point Man is forced to fight his way through hordes of enemies to arrive at their rendezvous point. Alma Wade makes sporadic appearances as her sons traverse the area, carefully watching everything they do. The Creep also appears, starting to attack the Point Man and Fettel and attempts to halt their progress of reaching the Tower. At one point, the are
  • Towers are located in all the sectors of Lyoko. They are surrounded by various glows depending on who's currently using them. If XANA's using them, they turn red. If Aelita's using them, they turn light blue. If Franz Hopper's using them, they turn white, and if Jeremie's using them, they turn green. Note that from Season 3 and onwards, inactive towers and towers operated by Aelita glow white, not light blue anymore.
  • The Tower is a cylindrically shaped room in Bryyo Ice. The room overlooks the Hall of Remembrance. The room effectively serves as an access between the upper and lower floors of the Hall of Remembrance, and is a large tower with no stairs or lift. Instead, Samus is able to reach the top of the tower by using the Screw Attack to Wall Jump with the shimmering green surfaces that line the walls of the room.
  • Type-8000, codenamed "Tower," (タワー) was a reptilian mutation faced by AMS agents James Taylor and Gary Stewart as the third boss in The House of the Dead 2. It consisted of four reddish-bronze snakes which were controlled by a larger blue snake and lives in the Venetian sewers. The blue one sported a bony crest one the sides of its head; the others lacked this feature. As the agents came close to Type-8000's lair, the creature grabbed a couple of terrified civilians and attempted to thrash them around in its mouths, breaking the civilians' backs, and tossed them across the room when James and Gary arrived. The pair managed to kill the four smaller snakes by shooting them in the mouth as they tried to bite them, but the blue snake managed to escape. The agents proceeded to follow it through
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  • *Database *Grounding station *Lockout device *Long-range transmitter *Stasis pods *Transporters
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  • Seasons
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  • 750
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  • 138
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Rango
  • Soldado HECU
Muerte
  • 200
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  • 1
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  • Games
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  • *Kontroll stol *Kontroll konsol
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  • T
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  • Masculino
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  • Libraries
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Manga Debut
  • 94
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  • *Lanteaner *Lord Protector
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  • 1174
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  • Negro
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  • 30
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  • Seasons [16{{snow}}]
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  • Thick armor
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  • 10
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  • 2008-11-28
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  • Location of an Energy Tank, access to upper Hall of Remembrance
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  • 10
  • 50
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  • 2
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  • Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
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  • 3
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  • The Tower
  • Tower - (Type 8000)
  • Tower/Turret
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  • Epic Rock
Katakana
Romaji
  • Tou
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  • This happened from eating french food.How continental!
  • Samus ascends the Tower
  • Tower's weak points are its' mouths
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  • 30
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  • Café
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  • 10
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  • Stronghold Legends
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  • 200
  • 250
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  • #FFE93E
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  • 205.74
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  • The Tower
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  • Lanteans
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  • Tower lijn1 Flexity2.jpg
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  • To use Tier 2 weaponry
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  • Millions of tons
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  • Tower
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  • Tower
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  • General
  • Image gallery
  • Event history
AKA
  • Crystal Tower
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  • 70
  • 90
  • 180
  • 10.0
  • 15.0
  • 100.0
  • 120.0
  • 180.0
  • 35.0
  • 40.0
  • 60.0
  • 80.0
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  • Ore, Berries
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  • Massive
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  • Mental
  • Mental
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  • Hundreds of thousands
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User
  • Jinn Galland, Zubaidah
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Engine
Titel
  • Een Bombardier Flexity 2 tram op lijn 1
Lit
  • Tower
Origen
  • Planeta Tierra
NEXT
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  • *Control chair *Control consoles
Usage
  • Garrisonable defensive structure
Quote
  • "There was a low rumble as, all of a sudden, an enormous needle-like structure erupted from the ground itself, thrusting up higher and higher."
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  • Drone weapons
English
  • The Tower
Notable features
  • Wall Jump Surfaces, Spider Ball Track
Designer
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  • page 78
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Size
  • Small
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  • 12
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  • Yes
Line of Sight
  • 10
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  • Eastern Wyndia
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  • THoTD 2 - Chapter 3 & 6
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  • He has hair like Kid Trunks', but black and more messy. He wears a blue tuffle-like jacket.
  • It wasn’t easy, growing up as the miller’s boy in Little Fence, Overweck. At the time, I didn’t know it, of course. Having carried sacks of grain and flour ever since I could walk, I was a head shorter than my mates but strong. As the village shrimp, I did all the foolhardy and dangerous things I could to prove myself, from climbing trees to jumping brooks and picking fights. All but one, that is: like the rest of the villagers, I stayed away from the Black Tower and made the warding sign if I so much as caught myself looking at it. But it didn’t matter what I did. The farmers’ girls who sometimes came along to the mill with their fathers didn’t want anything to do with the Shrimp. Too embarrassing, I overheard one say. Her father tsk’d her, but didn’t say anything. There I was, my sixteenth spring and not even close to having kissed a girl. That was the last straw. That evening, I met up with my mates by the southern stone fence and told them I’d do it. I’d go to the Tower. Peck just turned and went home on the spot, but Trellis and Nobby stared in awe. Before they’d said a word, I took my pack and started into the forest towards the Tower. Legend had it that a wizard had once lived there, but had vanished overnight, never to be seen again. We knew all the stories about the spells found in the wizard’s magical book. I knew that if I could just get in and retrieve that book, no one would call me Shrimp or laugh at my size again. The undergrowth snagged at me as I reforged a path that nobody had traveled for at least a hundred years. The ground gradually sloped upwards, making the dark silhouette of the Tower against the light spring sky loom ominously. I had a bad feeling about this, but pushed it down with my anger at life’s unfairness. All at once, the vegetation ceased and I realised that I was in the clearing where the Tower stood. Nobody I knew had been this close. I could have turned around and returned to my friends without loss of face. Something made me continue on. The Black Tower was made out of ill-fitting black stones, the stones sharp and pitted and completely unlike the rounded grey stones of the fencing walls in the farmlands below. I circled the Tower without finding an entrance. No matter, I was prepared for this. The stories said that the Tower had no doors and no windows. Out of my pack, I took my well-worn leather gloves and checked the length of the thick linen rope that we used to bind cargo on carts. Climbing up was usually not a problem, if you’re brave enough. The rope would help me get back down. I also had a hatchet, and I figured I’d be able to get in through the roof. Climbing was surprisingly easy. If the tower had been made out of bricks, fitted blocks, or even ordinary field stone, then I’d never have made it. As it was, the jagged chunks caught my gloves and boots, holding me up almost without effort. I chuckled as I ascended. The Tower was completely quiet and this climb was easy as pie, but no one except me would ever have attempted it. Then I reached the eaves. I knocked on them and heard wood. There wasn’t much overhang, but I couldn’t see the rooftop and didn’t know if there were any handholds. I could just reach the edge of the actual roof without letting go of the wall. It felt solid. Letting go of the wall, I kicked up and heaved myself up onto the roof. The roof of the Tower was surprisingly ordinary, given the weird walls. Slate shingles covered the round roof except for a green metal cap over the peak. The cap was fastened down in a way I couldn’t see, but it gave way when I chopped at it with my axe. The inside of the metal gleamed red as I bent it up and started removing shingles. Underneath the shingles was a layer of bark, and underneath that an attic with wooden trusses. A moment later, I was inside! The level right under the roof smelled like an old attic. That was exactly what it was, I suppose. I lit my oil lamp and found a hatch. It was latched on the other side, of course, so I used the axe to weaken the joints and then stomped it open. This place was proving to be a good outlet for my aggression. The room underneath was unlike any I’d ever seen. I dropped down onto a smooth, hard floor made out of black glass. On one wall there hung an enormous mirror with gilded edges, opposite a stairway that led down. The walls were made of the same rough stones as the outside. In the middle of the room, a metal stand held a thick book. I couldn’t believe it! It couldn’t be anything except the spell-book in the stories — the book didn’t glow or do anything visibly special, but somehow I knew that it had been waiting for me. I reached out and touched it, only to suddenly wake up to a thunderous rumbling noise. It took me a moment to realise that I was in my attic room at home. The rumbling continued for several seconds, before subsiding. What on earth was that, and what was that dream? It didn’t feel like a dream, didn’t fade like a dream would. I reached out to light the lamp next to my mattress, but noticed that bright sunlight was coming in through the small window. Confused, I saw that my pack was by the ladder down, the handle of the axe sticking out. I knew the Book was hidden inside. What exactly happened last night? Shivering, I went out. My pa was still passed out drunk and didn’t move as I went out. My mother was in the vegetable patch, staring in horror to the south. That’s when I saw it: the Tower was gone. My mother saw my shocked face and explained. “It flashed, and then it just collapsed,” she said, fanning out her hands. She looked back to the Tower’s hill, where a dark pile of rubble was all that was left of the ancient structure. The Tower was gone. I looked at my mother, and saw the lines in her face, her hunched posture a testament to the hard hand of the man who slept inside. I thought of my father, the drunk miller who never said a kind word if a hard word would do. I’d never done anything good enough for him, although anyone could see that I did twice the work that he did these days. Behind my mother, the dirt road that led to homes of some of my friends. I’d never wanted to face it before, but all I was to them was a night’s entertainment. I knew they goaded me into doing stupid stunts and getting into fights because it was funny to them. None of them really had my back when I’d had a bad day at home, or stood up to pa when he blamed me for getting grit in the flour. I didn’t know what the Book was for, exactly but I knew what would happen if I stayed in Little Fence. Spell-book or not, I’d grow bitter and fall into drink like my dad. Either I’d live alone or I’d entice some desperate farmer’s daughter with the milling life and take out my anger and want of respect on her. If I stayed, this place would take the little moral fortitude that I’d scraped together and grind it into the finest flour. I don’t remember what I said to my mother, but I remember her eyes when I said it. She only saw the beating she’d get when pa found out. Right now, thinking past that was impossible, but I think she’ll understand in time. She’ll understand why I had to leave. I only went back in to gather my few belongings in the pack. A few moments later, and I was out on the road to the Western Kingdoms, to forge a new path and find a new place in the world.
  • A Tower is a non-mobile structure available to both the CORE and the ARM thats purpose is to act as a form of defence; there are many different types of tower, some function as ranged base defence or anti-air defence, while others can detect incoming enemy units. The CORE build patterned towers with an artificial intelligence module that aims and fires the tower, while the ARM use clones to aim and fire the tower. It is considered that certain ARM towers are more accurate than CORE counterparts, but have a shorter range.
  • The Tower is an Ancient city-ship and sister city to Atlantis located on the Lord Protector's Planet. The most noticeable difference between the Tower and Atlantis is that the control chair is in where the Stargate would normally be rather than in a separate tower and all but the Control Tower have long ago fallen.
  • A tower is three-level round or square building made of stone. A tall tower constructed atop a prominent landscape feature such as a hill or bluff may be community. The high tower — much larger than a typical watchtower — lets the community keep an eye on the surrounding countryside for a considerable distance, giving it greater advance warning of anyone approaching. The tower community has increased defense, thanks both to its commanding view and the superior elevation over attacking forces that the tower provides the community’s defenders. In Real time strategy games, it is a defensive unit. It is seen in one form or another in Warcraft I, II, and III. Using it offensively in when playing against another person online is called Offensive Towering.
  • The Tower is a building type in Pharaoh.
  • The Tower is a garrisonable structure.
  • When the roof was ready, I decided to fill my empty water jars. I did not dare take water from the well: I did not want to even come close to it, let alone drink water from it. Moreover, I doubted there was anything but pitch darkness and slugs there.
  • Tower is the fourth level in the Gem Blox Mode section of the Explore Mode in Play Mode in Boom Blox. There are 20 Gem Blox that the player must tumble down in order to complete this level. The player can win Bronze if he/she meets this goal with 6 throws, Silver if 3 throws, and Gold if 1.
  • MH2-Tower Base Map.png|Tower Base Map (MH2) MH2-Tower 1 Map.png|Tower 1 Map (MH2) MHFU-Tower Base Map.png|Tower Base Map (MHFU) MHFU-Tower 1 Map.png|Tower 1 Map (MHFU) FrontierGen-Tower BC Map.png|MHF-G Tower Base Map FrontierGen-Tower A Map.png|MHF-G Tower 1 Map Monster hunter freedom 2 tower 1.png|MHFU Tower Base Resource Map Monster hunter freedom 2 tower 2.png|MHFU Tower Resource Map The Tower Region is comprised of two main areas, the inside and the outside. The Tower itself is a crumbling structure that climbs beyond the clouds. It is believed that the tower was built using Kushala Daora materials, hence why you may find Decayed Dragon Scales when mining. The Top of this Tower returns in Monster Hunter 4.
  • Type-8000, codenamed "Tower," (タワー) was a reptilian mutation faced by AMS agents James Taylor and Gary Stewart as the third boss in The House of the Dead 2. It consisted of four reddish-bronze snakes which were controlled by a larger blue snake and lives in the Venetian sewers. The blue one sported a bony crest one the sides of its head; the others lacked this feature. As the agents came close to Type-8000's lair, the creature grabbed a couple of terrified civilians and attempted to thrash them around in its mouths, breaking the civilians' backs, and tossed them across the room when James and Gary arrived. The pair managed to kill the four smaller snakes by shooting them in the mouth as they tried to bite them, but the blue snake managed to escape. The agents proceeded to follow it through an underground reservoir (or a sand pit) and eventually killed it in the same manner. The beast was encountered again in Goldman's headquarters, but it was weaker this time and the blue snake did not slither away like before. The Tower also appeared as one of the Emperor's attacks.
  • Towers are located in all the sectors of Lyoko. They are surrounded by various glows depending on who's currently using them. If XANA's using them, they turn red. If Aelita's using them, they turn light blue. If Franz Hopper's using them, they turn white, and if Jeremie's using them, they turn green. Note that from Season 3 and onwards, inactive towers and towers operated by Aelita glow white, not light blue anymore. On the inside, there are two platforms, both engraved with the Eye of XANA. They glow if someone steps on them. No matter what direction a being enters from, they always enter onto the same branch of the eye (although this could be just the characters knowing which side to enter through, because in XANA Awakens Part 1, Odd, not knowing how to get into a tower, accidentally falls in through the side and misses the platform, with Ulrich following close behind). The lower eye is more of a deployment platform if one wants to surf between towers, the upper platform has an interface panel for Aelita, which she uses to operate them by typing in the code, LYOKO or XANA. The Towers, as seen in Code: Earth and Contact, do not seem to have much strength, as they wobble, shake and crack whenever they are blasted by a Megatank's laser. Just like all roads lead to Rome, all Towers lead to Carthage via greyish-green wires that connect them all. If these wires are destroyed, the Tower is isolated from the rest of the system. They can be forcibly shut down by damaging them; this has only been done by XANA two times, once in Code: Earth and again in Contact. Towers were, in season one and two, also the only place where Aelita could materialize from. Members of Team Lyoko that enter a Tower will get all their life points replenished.
  • Tower (no real name known) is a member of the Cadet Crusaders. He's a warper who can grow to giant size.
  • The Tower is a structure that exists in The Garden of the Second Sun. Its purpose was to guide the Earth (the Styx spaceship) through space and keep it on its path. However, once the trident inside was stolen, the Earth drifted into orbit around the sun, and the Tower was buried in time. It was rediscovered in Terminal and plays an important role in defeating the Styx, Armagi, and the Phase.
  • Tower is the 8th Expert Floor in Super Monkey Ball 2. It is also the 19th Expert stage in Super Monkey Ball Deluxe.
  • Towerär en City-skepp identisk med Atlantis. Dess namn kommer från det faktum att endast toppen av kontrolltornet är synlig, resten av staden är helt bevuxen med vegetation och de andra tornen har fallit, möjligen på grund av Wraith attack. Dessutom har delar av den underjordiska staden kollapsade på grund av jordbävningar. Tower har en bay full av manuella Puddle Jumper och ett stort antal drönare. Den mest märkbara skillnaden mellan tornet och Atlantis är att kontroll stolen är där Stargate normalt snarare än i en separat torn.
  • The Tower is a supplementary transformation technique, used by the death scythe Jinn Galland alongside his meister, Zubaidah. After emitting a considerable quantity of smoke from the nozzle of his oil lamp weapon form, the dense vapor quickly condenses into a number of solid bricks, which in turn arrange themselves to construct a towering humanoid entity. While in this form, Jinn possesses a colossal amount of physical strength, able to overpower a similarly sized creature composed from several merged Clowns. The Tower also is capable of performing Bind Ivy, manipulating the gigantic mass of ivy that rests atop both of his shoulders and his back to restrict an opponent's limbs and thus their movements.
  • Towers are defensive buildings, who automatically attack ground units, naval units and submarines within in their range. Towers are available throughout all epochs of Empire Earth. They change appearance and Attack Type as epochs advance. Unlike other buildings, however, they have to be upgraded manually, by researching an upgrade in a town center or Capitol. Prehistoric towers are little more than basic contraptions, from which rocks are thrown. They later change to brick towers, from which arrows are shot. From the Imperial Age onwards, gun attacks are used.
  • Guardians can interact with a variety of non-player characters (NPCs) at the Tower. Some NPCs serve no apparent function except to populate the Tower, while others provide a variety of services and products for sale. The following is a list of known NPCs at the Tower who sell goods and services (alphabetical order by area):
  • The tall towers at the corners of the fortress give a good overview of the city and the amount of living space in the inner part of the building allows you to keep a permanent garrison there.
  • The Point Man and Paxton Fettel enter into the tower area with Jin Sun-Kwon. Jin tells Point Man that she saw that ATC retrofit their EPAs into passanger transports and if they want to get to Becket in time they need to get to the base of Fairport View Tower which has transport pods. She peeks out the window but she is captured by Cultists, however she managed to escape in confusion. She tells him that she is going to the base of the Tower. Point Man is forced to fight his way through hordes of enemies to arrive at their rendezvous point. Alma Wade makes sporadic appearances as her sons traverse the area, carefully watching everything they do. The Creep also appears, starting to attack the Point Man and Fettel and attempts to halt their progress of reaching the Tower. At one point, the area appears to end at an impassable fence, however, Alma suffers a contraction, and a shockwave is sent across the city, causing part of the street to cave in. Whole area around the View Tower is full of sinkholes due to Alma's contrations, which consume cars and other things but also clear some paths. When the Point Man and Fettel finally reach Tower, Jin has been kidnapped by a Phase Commander and locked in container with hanged bodies. However, she is rescued by the Point Man and Fettel after defeating the Phase Commanders and heading to a nearby Pod after the collapse of the Tower, from where they make their way to the Port Authority Airport.
  • "Tower" was a fan video edited by kristin1228 (December 2003). Music by Babble.
  • The Tower is a location within Breath of Fire III. It is Momo's home which she previously shared with her father Repsol.
  • The Tower is a building in Worms Forts: Under Siege. It is the weakest and smallest type of siege building which is used to fire Tier 2 weaponry. It is the first building to be constructed by the player after the Stronghold.
  • Towers were tall, usually slender man-made structures used as lookout points. In the world of Arda, named towers were prominent, symbolic, and sometimes held great character. They were mostly used for observation whether for pleasure and romantic yearning or for military purposes, and some towers were build solely as symbols of authority and majesty such as Orthanc.
  • Um antigo e perverso Templo, é o lar dos Shadow Priests, e de acordo com Shaolin Monks, está em Outworld, mas é tão alto que se pode ver o céu azul. É por vezes referido simplesmente como The Tower pela arena mostrar apenas o interior de uma torre ou The Evil Monastery que seria o local onde se localiza a arena. Essa arena apareceu pela primeira vez em Mortal Kombat 2, depois voltou como uma fase em Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks onde mostrava áreas inéditas do Monastério do Mal(Evil Monastery). Esta arena está de volta em Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, rebatizada de Evil Tower, com uma área inédita onde os jogadores podem jogar os seus adversários varias escadas ate que eles possam usar um portal que funciona como armadilha(Death Trap). Evil Monastery também aparece em Mortal Kombat (2011). Nesta nova versão, o fundo muda constantemente entre a noite e dia, e o Monastério do Mal em si é preenchido com estátuas douradas de esqueletos segurando espadas em suas câmaras e há até um relógio de sol lá.
  • This tower was a crude structure built by Sunnydale's mentally-ill population, including the victims of Glorificus, mystically attracted by the coming of the "Big Day". Despite being completed in less than one day, the structure was several stories tall. The purpose of the tower was to serve as a sacrifical place for Dawn Summers, who was supposed to be bled by The Abomination in order to spill her blood into a specific location at an specific time. As Dawn's blood contained the energy of The Key, it would shatter the walls between realities, allowing the hellish goddess to return to her home dimension. When the Scooby Gang stormed the tower with the goal of saving Dawn and preventing Glory from performing the ritual, the Tower was heavily guarded both by Glory's Minions and the "crazies". As the Scoobies and Glory's followers fought, the demon Doc, also a worshipper of "The Beast", made his way up the tower with the intent of completing the ritual since Glory had been stalled by the Slayer. Spike attempted to stop the demon, but was defeated and thrown from the tower. Doc was also thrown off the tower by Buffy, but he had already managed to make shallow cuts across Dawn's stomach. The blood reached its intended destination and the walls separating dimensions shattered for several minutes, until Buffy sacrificed herself to close the tearing in reality's fabric. Months later, the newly resurrected Buffy Summers walked all the way to the tower, as it was the last place she remembered. By this time the tower had become unstable since it had been built hastily by the "groupies". The tower ended up collapsing, but having to save Dawn from the collapse restored Buffy's memory.
  • The map has a main staircase right in the middle, which lead to all four floors, there are also a couple more simple stairs to access certains floors. There's a small sewer tunnel, leading to somekind of an elevator shaft. The shaft only has a long ladder with access to all floors (except the 2nd) as well. The B-Site has 2 red tiles that can be destroyed by Global Risk only (with a weapon basically), it only serves as a shortcut to get back at A-Site quickly. The B-Site also has a long tunnel (air vent) leading to the top of the shaft.
  • Tower is a British professional wrestler. He is currently working for Pro Evolution Wrestling as a member of the stable known as The System.
  • Represented by Shu Nakajima, a young student who requires a tutor.
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  • Towers, however, have their drawbacks. They can only fire on units which are visible; they are unable to detect hidden units such as spies or Orsini archers, thus you will need to build a series of outposts nearby, or keep spies and scout units near to detect them. Equally, they are also not effective against siege weapons, heavy infantry or war elephants. In the Castle Age, towers will be upgraded automatically to a different structure: the Keep. Keeps have more hitpoints, more armour and better line of sight. You must build a Fort and research Fortifications there first in order to upgrade your Towers. The researching of Divine Mandate by Orthodox or Asiatic factions during the Castle Age upgrades Keeps into Bastions. Bastions are substantially stronger, and fire more devastating projectiles on opponents. The Bastion also has a more powerful range.
  • The Tower is a cylindrically shaped room in Bryyo Ice. The room overlooks the Hall of Remembrance. The room effectively serves as an access between the upper and lower floors of the Hall of Remembrance, and is a large tower with no stairs or lift. Instead, Samus is able to reach the top of the tower by using the Screw Attack to Wall Jump with the shimmering green surfaces that line the walls of the room. An Energy Tank can be found in this room should Samus return whilst possessing the Spider Ball; a Magnetic Rail system leads back to the top of the room through a series of tracks, and ultimately to the expansion.
  • Tower es un soldado HECU y miembro de la escuadra de Adrian Shephard enviado al Centro de Investigación Black Mesa durante el Incidente de Black Mesa.
  • There are also two types of research available at the tower. The Attrition and Militia technology lines, avaliable from the File:Classical age small.jpg Classical Age onward. The former grants Towers +1 range per tech level and activates the important mechanic of attrition, which deals sustained damage upon unsupplied hostile (neutral or enemy) units that encroaching within the nation's borders. the latter increases Citizen hit points and allows them (ALongside Scholars to answer a call to arms and become Militia units. Unlike the Fort, a Tower is smaller, significantly cheaper, and can be built anywhere in the nation's territory. On the other hand, they don't expand the nation's borders, are less durable, and don't hit as hard. Determined enemy raiding parties can destroy lone Towers even without siege equipment, and all siege equipment has a greater range than the Tower.
  • Shortly thereafter, Tower would join with the Alliance of Evil, a group of mutants under the employ of Apocalypse. Interested in X-Factor's operations, the Alliance would send Tower to spy on their headquarters to learn a way to capture Rusty Collins. When Tower is discovered, X-Factor would clash with him in their mutant terrorist guise of the X-Terminators. Tower would flee from the mutants before capture, and would be reprimanded by his field leader Frenzy. Apocalypse would capture the Mike Nowlan, a mutant with the ability to boost others powers who could only stop his abilities by being stoned all the time. Apocalypse would utilize Nowlan to boost the powers of his minions, including Tower, a process that would make Tower and the others addicted to Mike's power boosting capabilities. When Nowlan would escape from Apocalypse's clutches he would come under the protection of X-Factor leading to a clash between the group and the Alliance of Evil. The Alliance would threaten the life of Mike's wife Susan, forcing him to turn on X-Factor and return to Apocalypse's hideout with Tower and the others. X-Factor would come to come to his rescue, during the battle, Mike's power would flare out of control causing Tower to grow. However, when Susan would be killed in the battle, Mike would draw all the power back into him killing himself. In the confusion, Tower and the other members of the Alliance of Evil be arrested. While being interviewed by the press, Tower noted that wherever X-Factor went, the X-Terminators were never far behind, being the first to come close to the fact that both teams were the same. Getting out of jail, the Alliance of Evil would lay low for a while until shortly after the implementation of the Mutant Registration Act, and would terrorize a live televise by television reporter Trish Tilby, prompting X-Factor (now outed as a team of mutants) to come to her aid and stop their rampage. X-Factor and their charges Boom Boom, Rusty Collins, Richter, Artie, and Leech would be overpowered by the group until the arrival of Beast (recently restored to his furry form) who would defeat the Institute single handed. The members of the Institute would part company, and some years later Tower would be murdered by the hunter known as the X-Cutioner. Sometime later, Tower would be one of the many mutants resurrected by for Selene by Eli Bard using the Transmode Virus. He would be part of Selenes attack force on Utopia. When Selene was ultimately destroyed by Warpath, her death eliminated the Transmode Virus from the mutants she had resurrected, Tower's ultimate fate remains unrevealed.
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