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  • Είναι μία Προγραμματιστική Γλώσσα.
  • Algol is the name of a real star in the constellation Perseus and planets in multiple works of science fiction.
  • Algol, also known as the Cleanser or the Destroyer, was a Force-sensitive Kell and the fourth ruler of the Kell Empire.
  • Algol (アルゴル Arugoru) is the home planet of the Algolian Gas Drinkers. Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger the Movie: Full Blast Action
  • ALGOL (an acronym for ALGOrithmic Language) was a programming language developed in 1958 and used for solving mathematical problems.
  • Algol es un mundo colmena imperial.
  • From algorithmic language.
  • Alias No information Origin No information Occupation No information Powers/Skills No information Hobby No information Goals No information Type of Villain No information Algol is a Garban soldier serving under Brighton and a minor antagonist in Chouseishin Gransazer.
  • Algol is a type of genetically-engineered dinosaurs made by M.T.H.R. They are one of the most common enemies in Dino Crisis 3.
  • Algol (also known as Beta Persei) was a star system. Algol's trinary star was orbited by the Algolian homeworld. The system was home to Algol Prime, Algol II, and Starbase 45 (ST website: Startrek.com; EV comic: "Futures, Part One"; TOS short story: "Make-Believe") Startrek.com cites TNG episode: "Encounter at Farpoint" as referencing this system, but the actual episode does not mention it.
  • Algol is "pretty neat", according to a chant recited by crowds outside the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation Teleport Systems factory on Happi-Werld III. It is home to the ferocious Algolian Suntiger, the delicious Algolian Claret, and disgusting foods like the Algolian Zylatburger, made from the most unpleasant parts of the Zylat, a most unpleasant beast.
  • ALGOL was a language understood by computers. Zoe Heriot was able to speak to computers in ALGOL; using this ability, she gave the reception machine at International Electromatics an insoluble equation, causing it to break down and explode. (TV: The Invasion)
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  • Algol (アルゴウル Arugōru?) is a Garban in Chouseishin Gransazer.
  • Algol (アルゴル Arugoru, Argo in the Japanese version) is an enemy boss character from Fire Emblem Awakening.
  • Liam O'erspace and Arishma travelled from Algol to 20th century Earth. (PROSE: Teenage Kicks) The Algolian Sithersbacks were recorded in Bor Pollag's Book of Alien Monsters. (PROSE: Festival of Death)
  • Algol, also known as "The Hero King," was able to obtain Soul Edge, and with his indomitable will, he resisted the sword's control. According to the legend, he used the sword to spread peace among the lands, building the Tower of Glory as a monument to his reign. His son, Arcturus, jealous of his father's power and unaware of the sword's malevolent properties, stole Soul Edge for himself and was possessed. Faced with no other choice, Algol battled and defeated his son with a fatal strike.
  • Algol - gwiazda w gwiazdozbiorze Perseusza, niezwykle ciekawa z tego względu, że zmienia periodycznie swój blask. Zmienność ta rozpoznana w 1667 przez Montanariego nie przestaje być dotąd przedmiotem badań astronomicznych. Okres zmienności gwiazdy Algol wynosi 2 dni 20 g, 49 m. Przez wię­kszą część tego okresu Algol jest gwiazdą drugiej wielkości, następnie przez 4 i pół godziny blask się zmniejsza, tak że gwiazda dosięga 3,5 wielkości. W tym minimum gwiazda zostaje około 15 m, po czym blask jej się wzmaga i po upływie nowych 4 i pół godziny dosięga znowu 2 wielkości. Algol
  • ALGOL was developed jointly by a committee of European and American computer scientists in a meeting in 1958 at ETH Zurich. It specified three different syntaxes: a reference syntax, a publication syntax, and an implementation syntax. The different syntaxes permitted it to use different keyword names and conventions for decimal points (commas vs. periods) for different languages.
  • Algol (Japanese: アルゴル, Arugoru) is a character in the Soul series of fighting games and the main antagonist in Soulcalibur IV. He can be played like other standard characters, but must be unlocked by defeating him in Story Mode. He appears as one of the final bosses along with Siegfried and Nightmare. Algol has also returned for Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny and Soulcalibur V (in which he served as the secret antagonist). As the oldest recorded wielder of Soul Edge, likely responsible for much of its power, and the creator of Soul Calibur, he is ultimately the series' primary antagonist.
  • thumb|Posición de Algol|300px Algol (β Per / Beta Persei) es una estrella que brilla en la constelación de Perseo. Es una de las binarias eclipsantes mejor conocidas, la primera de este tipo en ser descubierta, y también una de las primeras estrellas variables en general conocidas. La magnitud de Algol oscila regularmente entre 2.3 y 3.5 con un periodo de 2 días, 20 h y 49 min . * Perseo
  • I have never, not even in the earliest days of my childhood, felt afraid of the dark. Her luring song and visions were nothing, but fascination for me. At age twelve already I began to sort those glowing spots hiding in her mantle, learned of Callisto and Andromeda, of Capella and Polaris, and Pluto's secret track across the firmament. The tender dance of Gemini meant more to me than a talk with friends, and for all that time the telescope was closer to me than any relative could have been. I woke up then, not having rested this well since a long time. Exhausted I made halt. Took a deep breath.
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Level
  • 15
  • 20
  • 75
Season
  • Chouseishin Gransazer
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WeaponName
lastepisode
  • The Dragon's Memory, The Sacred Purpose
type of villain
  • Minion, Assassin
Mag
  • 0
  • 22
firstepisode
  • The Beginning of the End
Skl
  • 18
  • 35
str
  • 31
  • 50
Delay
  • 489
LCK
  • 17
  • 20
Item
  • File:Bolt Axe FE13.pngBolt Axe*
  • File:Brave Axe FE13.pngBrave Axe
spd
  • 25
  • 41
SCIV
  • 300
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Birthplace
  • An ancient dynasty whose name has been lost to history
Box Title
  • Evil-doer
Goals
  • Kill Ran
Cast
  • Ryuta Izumi
Games
Eyes
  • Red
Jobs
Origin
Skills
  • 20
  • Fighting
  • File:Vantage (Kakusei).pngVantage
  • File:Vengeance (FE13).pngVengeance
  • File:Sol (FE13).pngSol
  • File:FE13 Sword Slayer Skill Icon.pngSwordbreaker
  • File:Axeexpert.pngAxefaire
Age
  • Everlasting
Weapon
  • 17
  • File:AxeIconFE13.pngAxe - A
  • His whole body
  • Assimilated Soul Edge & Soul Calibur
  • His throne
Blood
  • Unknown
  • Stream of pure power
numberofepisodes
  • 3
Affiliation
  • Kell Empire
Races
  • All Races
Game
Name
  • Algol
Type
  • Great Sword
  • Garban
Caption
  • Algol, as he appears in Soulcalibur V.
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Birthdate
  • Meaningless now
Prime
Move
  • 6
Weight
  • 122.0
  • Whatever he wills to be
Alias
  • None
Hobby
  • Unknown
Height
  • 2.670000
  • 196.0
  • Whatever he wills to be
Species
Title
DEF
  • 15
  • 34
Class
firstgame
Before
Code
  • D-02-001
Header
  • ANSI Common Lisp Branch
  • "Legacy" Trunk
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Stats
  • Attack +3
  • "Triple Attack" +3%
firstseen
  • Chapter 21: Five Gemstones
Homeworld
  • Garba
Occupation
  • Warp Monarch soldier
Show
  • Chouseishin Gransazer
Style
  • Command of the murky flow of Chaos
  • Control of the stream of power
Family
  • All things of the past
  • Ancient rival: Edge Master
  • Son: Arcturus
HP
  • 60
  • 80
Fullname
  • Algol
RES
  • 10
  • 30
Skin
  • Gray
VoiceActor
  • Jamieson Price
Damage
  • 85
Gender
  • Male
japanactor
  • Joji "George" Nakata
Birth
  • approx. 2,000 BBY
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  • Είναι μία Προγραμματιστική Γλώσσα.
  • Algol is the name of a real star in the constellation Perseus and planets in multiple works of science fiction.
  • Algol, also known as the Cleanser or the Destroyer, was a Force-sensitive Kell and the fourth ruler of the Kell Empire.
  • Algol (アルゴル Arugoru) is the home planet of the Algolian Gas Drinkers. Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger the Movie: Full Blast Action
  • thumb|Posición de Algol|300px Algol (β Per / Beta Persei) es una estrella que brilla en la constelación de Perseo. Es una de las binarias eclipsantes mejor conocidas, la primera de este tipo en ser descubierta, y también una de las primeras estrellas variables en general conocidas. La magnitud de Algol oscila regularmente entre 2.3 y 3.5 con un periodo de 2 días, 20 h y 49 min . 380px|right|thumb|Estrella algol Como binaria eclipsante, en realidad consta de dos estrellas que orbitan una en torno a la otra. Debido a que la Tierra se halla en su plano orbital, la estrella más débil (Algol B) pasa frente a la estrella más brillante (Algol A) una vez por órbita, y la cantidad de luz que llega a la Tierra decrece temporalmente. Para ser más precisos, sin embargo, Algol es un sistema estelar triple: la pareja binaria eclipsante está separada por solo 0,062 UA, mientras que la tercera estrella (Algol C) se encuentra a una distancia media de 2,69 UA del par y su período orbital es de 681 días (1,68 años). La masa total del sistema es aproximadamente de 5,8 masas solares y la relación de masas entre A, B y C es 4,5: 1: 2. La variabilidad de Algol fue registrada por primera vez en 1670 por Geminiano Montanari, pero ya era conocida desde la antigüedad. El nombre Algol significa "estrella endemoniada" (del Árabe الغول al-ghūl, "la cabeza del demonio"), y probablemente fue llamada así por su peculiar comportamiento. En la constelación Perseo, representa el ojo de la gorgona Medusa. Imagen:Impresion artistica del Sistema de Algol.jpg Estudios sobre Algol llevaron a la Paradoja de Algol en la teoría de evolución estelar: aunque los componentes de una estrella binaria se forman simultáneamente, y las estrellas masivas evolucionan de forma mucho más rápida que las menos masivas, se observó que la mas masiva Algol A está todavía en su secuencia principal, mientras que la menos masiva Algol B es una estrella sub-gigante que se halla en una fase más tardía de su desarrollo. La paradoja puede deberse debido al mecanismo de transferencia de masa: cuando la estrella mas masiva se convirtió en sub-gigante, llenó su lóbulo de Roche, y la mayor parte de su masa fue transferida a la otra estrella, que está todavía en su secuencia principal. En algunas binarias semejantes a Algol puede verse un flujo de gas entre sus componentes. Algol está a 92,8 años luz de la Tierra; sin embargo hace 7,3 millones de años pasó a tan solo 9,8 años luz. Debido a que la masa total del sistema es 5,8 veces la masa solar, y a pesar de la gran distancia en su aproximación más cercana, su influencia gravitatoria puede haber sido suficiente para perturbar la nube de Oort del Sistema Solar y incrementar el número de cometas que ingresan en el Sistema Solar interior, aunque el incremento neto en la tasa de craterización no se cree que haya sido muy elevado. [1] * Perseo
  • ALGOL (an acronym for ALGOrithmic Language) was a programming language developed in 1958 and used for solving mathematical problems.
  • Algol es un mundo colmena imperial.
  • From algorithmic language.
  • Alias No information Origin No information Occupation No information Powers/Skills No information Hobby No information Goals No information Type of Villain No information Algol is a Garban soldier serving under Brighton and a minor antagonist in Chouseishin Gransazer.
  • Algol is a type of genetically-engineered dinosaurs made by M.T.H.R. They are one of the most common enemies in Dino Crisis 3.
  • Algol (also known as Beta Persei) was a star system. Algol's trinary star was orbited by the Algolian homeworld. The system was home to Algol Prime, Algol II, and Starbase 45 (ST website: Startrek.com; EV comic: "Futures, Part One"; TOS short story: "Make-Believe") Startrek.com cites TNG episode: "Encounter at Farpoint" as referencing this system, but the actual episode does not mention it.
  • Algol - gwiazda w gwiazdozbiorze Perseusza, niezwykle ciekawa z tego względu, że zmienia periodycznie swój blask. Zmienność ta rozpoznana w 1667 przez Montanariego nie przestaje być dotąd przedmiotem badań astronomicznych. Okres zmienności gwiazdy Algol wynosi 2 dni 20 g, 49 m. Przez wię­kszą część tego okresu Algol jest gwiazdą drugiej wielkości, następnie przez 4 i pół godziny blask się zmniejsza, tak że gwiazda dosięga 3,5 wielkości. W tym minimum gwiazda zostaje około 15 m, po czym blask jej się wzmaga i po upływie nowych 4 i pół godziny dosięga znowu 2 wielkości. Algol uważany jest za gwiazdę podwójną: jedna gwiazda obiega wokół drugiej jaśniejszej, przyczym orbita gwiazdy musi leżeć w kie­runku linii naszego widzenia, gdyby bowiem nie leżała w tej linii, gwiazdy nie przykrywałyby siebie i zmienności nie byłoby wcale. (Encyklopedia Powszechna Ultima Thule) Prawdopodobnie cały tekst Encyklopedii Tradycji w pochodzi z jakiegoś starego czasopisma, przedwojennej książki lub którejś ze starych polskich encyklopedii, słownika wydanego przed II wojną światową (na końcu tekstu powinien się znajdować się odsyłacz do odpowiedniej książki lub czasopisma). Tekst nie był poprawiany pod względem merytorycznym i dlatego nie jest aktualny. Możesz go uaktualnić, oddzielając swój komentarz lub obszerniejsze hasło linią ciągłą (-----), ale hasła oryginalnego NIE ZMIENIAJ - pamiętaj, że ET to przede wszystkim miejsce przechowywania starych, nieaktualnych haseł encyklopedycznych. PAMIĘTAJ: Ten tekst to ciekawostka i nie nadaje się na ściągawkę do szkoły i nie powinien też być traktowany jako jedyne źródło wiedzy na ten temat! Algol
  • Algol is "pretty neat", according to a chant recited by crowds outside the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation Teleport Systems factory on Happi-Werld III. It is home to the ferocious Algolian Suntiger, the delicious Algolian Claret, and disgusting foods like the Algolian Zylatburger, made from the most unpleasant parts of the Zylat, a most unpleasant beast.
  • I have never, not even in the earliest days of my childhood, felt afraid of the dark. Her luring song and visions were nothing, but fascination for me. At age twelve already I began to sort those glowing spots hiding in her mantle, learned of Callisto and Andromeda, of Capella and Polaris, and Pluto's secret track across the firmament. The tender dance of Gemini meant more to me than a talk with friends, and for all that time the telescope was closer to me than any relative could have been. All this joy, this affection, lasted until the evening of August 17th, 19XX, being replaced by something far more incomprehensible. For a long time I knew not whether I spent this day entranced by the green fairy or in dreaming fever, since none of the occurrences of this day seamed plausible or explainable to me. As unreal as they may be, as bright they burnt in my skull, and it became impossible for me to turn back without shuddering, to forget the blinking eye that haunted me that night, gazing down serenely between Algenib and the Gorgoneia. The true terror of this day began not ere dusk set in, but neither morrow nor midday were exactly common, so I regard it as self-evident to recount these incidents. I awoke before dawn, afar from my bed, and pressed flat to the floor. To anyone else, this might seem uncommon, but for an amateur of the night sky, such as me, it was no curiosity. As many times before, when Luna had revealed her pale face to the world, so had I devoted the nocturnal hours the study of the stars, until sleep came showering upon me and I, without chairs or beds in reach, dropped to the ground like a petrified man. That way I rose in the morning, my head buzzing, partly from the fall, and partly from my hard resting place. Amazed I noticed that the small observatory I installed in my garret, was bathed in baleful red light. I pressed my eyelids together, blaming the sight on my headache. Still, when I opened my eyes after a while, even though my sight became clearer, the room was still struck by crimson light beams, unlike the light of any solar state. The glowing originated in a single spot on the sky, as I could discern, which was far brighter as any of the stars surrounding it, which had already faded in the light of the nearing day. Even the cool, blue light of the Pole Star was not capable of outshining the newcomer. Yet before I could observe the universe's red eye with my telescope, sleep overcame me anew, holding me in his grip until noon. I woke up then, not having rested this well since a long time. Relieved, nearly, by the light's disappearance after the break of day I descended the long staircase leading to the ground floor, leaving the house in coat and hat. Recently my efforts in storing food have grown seldom, and therefore I was forced to have lunch at a restaurant in town to at least satisfy my most urgent feelings of hunger. That was just the way – The night sky required more and more of my attention lately, while common tasks like shopping had to wait. Putting one foot in front of the other, I wandered down the steep street, into the vale, the city core. The sound of my footsteps on the sandy cobblestone was the only one accompanying me. When alleyways opened up between the crooked old houses, I could feel and hear a draft of wind, blowing against me both chilling and cutting. There was nothing more. No people. The whole town was completely deserted. Where may they be gone? Sure, this town was no more the destination of the masses of migrant workers it had been fifty years ago. But still, around noon, the small cafes, huddled together, straying from the market square, should have at least opened their doors, offering seats for smoking old men and local couples with their dislike for strangers, for tired salesmen and traveling merchants, making a stop on their eternal voyage. Where were the children, making their summer more endurable in the cool waters of the market fountain Shivers crept across my shoulders, colder still than wind and water, sneaking deep into my thoughts. Sweat pored from my forehead. Was I really the only person left in town? I walked on. The people must be somewhere around! One foot in front of the other. Louder grew the echo of my steps, faster their dance on the broken stone. Up one alley. Down the next. Nobody. Nowhere. Exhausted I made halt. Took a deep breath. The echo of my footsteps still pursued me. The sound of feet on cobbles still surrounded me. When I turned my head, looking back down the lane I had followed, away from the fountain, I saw the city full of people once more. Growing more and more insecure about the truth everything I have seen, I soon after took a seat at one of the cafes, ordering a sandwich to satisfy my hunger, and a cup of mocha to have my spirit stay with me. Over an hour later, my food being long gone and my bills paid, I had the waitress bring me a glass of gin, to escape from this reality that stopped following the laws of nature I learnt as a child. Was the star I spotted this morning the source of the changes I witnessed? I kept the thought in he back of my head, and half dreaming I imagined spotting it by the light of day. I left the restaurant, with my shadow growing long and ghastly thin in the sinking sun of the afternoon. I knew that the darkness of the night would soon be around me once more, and that this day would be no more than a shadow in a remote corner of my mind. One half of me hoped Selene would tear her brother from the heavens before his time, the other believed that Eos would with her horn of bronze chase off the old day. But truly, it was blackness which arrived earlier than I ever would have fathomed. The minute hand had barely finished his round, following my desperate prayer to forgotten gods, when the sun escaped behind the gatehouse, waiting beneath the horizon for her timely wake. It was then, that the bright disk of the full moon appeared amidst black cloud-trees, freeing me from the spell of hours past. Here, below the stars, I felt safe. Ready to flee the full and empty city and her dusty streets, ready to draw out the secrets of the universe in the isolation of my private quarters. Little did I know, that this was not the time of sweet Selene, but of Hekate nearing. Town had nothing left for me. She had never been much more than pure necessity, a place to pick up food and supplies. Had I enough money to employ somebody for such business, these streets would never have felt my tread again. As this was not the case, these human urges kept calling me away from the quiet and safety of my own home – how happy was I to be once more within its walls! I continued my ascent, away from the crowds, and, as it seems, the crowds were moving away from me as well. Such provenience could only be satisfying, yet the fact that nobody at all walked the same direction as I was disturbing at first. I did not try to make more sense of the occurrence, not even as I had closed the door behind me already and had reached the garret via the attic ladder. My curiosity was now once more claimed by the radiant images of the night sky. And to one of them especially was my attention drawn: the fiery eye that in the morning had greeted me. Smiling I put it into focus, in joyous expectation, even though my telescope could recognize, what I had not perceived before. The red lantern, who presented me with such deep sleep, was carried by the hand of Perseus, and blinked at me from the gorgon's head. First it appeared weaker to me than at the morning dawn, as a drawing only of my observation – I knew not whether to be disappointed or relieved at this insight. Maybe it was my naked eye alone, that painted bright Medusa's heavenly one? This thought I grasped, moving back from the ocular. With no success. The heaven was as beautiful as before, yet the glow returned not. I cursed my fate then, noting how much I missed Medusa's gaze, that brought desolation only in the days of yore. One hour I wept over my loss, the next I thanked the more graceful gods, in alternation, then, until sleep got a hold of me once more, as I rolled to a ball on the floor before the telescope. Morpheus' gift was not long granted to me, but I was laughing across my whole face when I arose from the arms of slumber. She has returned, my crimson blinking patron saint, and baptized me in her light. I had to be closer to her, that I became aware of. From the room I fled, towards the ladder reaching out to the roof, knowing that looking through the long glass would only leave me unsatisfied again. With one single motion I threw open the ledge, climbed up to the rooftop, and smiled back at her from my new position. For a moment only I looked around me, and in the star's light I saw the crowd once more, that had evaded me in my homecoming. In the red glance they were lined up for the procession, they were waiting for me! One last time to the heavens went my gaze, and, like a silent confirmation, I received her wink. Nothing held me anymore. Down all steps and stairs my path led me, and I needed not coat, nor hat or shoes to bask in her favor. Before the door I stepped, and people received me for the first time with wide blessing smiles. I embraced their foremost man, who as the group's leader had declared me, and in the gorgon's light we traced down the streets, a thousand feet on sand-strewn plaster in endless rows. Just towards her! The forgotten lanterns of the town we left behind, out, out to the hills our way went, where her light seemed all the brighter. The goddess gave me there her red signs, but whence It came I asked her not. In joy I passed it on to my next man, who for a long time knew me but as a strange hermit. Now, they all followed, to the hill's arboretums top, where crooked ruins seamed our ways – the relics of bygone places of worship. On our journey the star's red color grew but brighter, and we all threw off then our old lives, our old clothes. We needed no more their protection. Half crawling, half limping on broken soles, half joyously jumping we climbed the rocky soil, stood amidst the ancient wrecked temple in her incandescence, where I heard the words “Come to me”, and truly, that was our intention. In the middle of the woodland shade the highest bliss came over us, and we went on with our frenzied rite until all heavens were lit in red candles. We were freed by her work, by the blinking from the demon's head. And when deep in the dome of stars the portal opened, through which we left the old world behind, and entered the red world, I thought back one last time. To this one day's morrow, and what it promised me. I know now, my sight in the city was a vision, a sweet image of the future, brought by my goddess, in whose womb we lay now in content doze. The birth of a new generation was upon us, here in the darkness of our last dark night. Here in the brightness of our red ardent future. She whispered to me of the days to come. I would walk among them once more, and sow fire in the cities. The people would follow me again to the hilltop, and pray, pray with their whole bodies between trees and broken stone. The people would follow her, until all cities are vacant, and just the cold wind will remain. I saw salvation from the stars. With this blessing, I awoke. In an unknown room. An unknown town. But pressed to the floor, with spiraling head. No rarity for a lover of the night sky. I nearly asked myself if all had been no more than a dream, a fever brought on by the green fairy. But what was green against the red of my goddess? No-one had to be afraid anymore in the darkness of the night. And when I left at midday, to satisfy Her hunger, so hoped I to make the future present. I would empty out the cities. I would sow fire amidst the people. For her tender kiss upon my forehead, her security and warmth. For her calling, for her love. For the blinking of my red star.
  • ALGOL was a language understood by computers. Zoe Heriot was able to speak to computers in ALGOL; using this ability, she gave the reception machine at International Electromatics an insoluble equation, causing it to break down and explode. (TV: The Invasion)
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  • Algol (アルゴウル Arugōru?) is a Garban in Chouseishin Gransazer.
  • Algol (アルゴル Arugoru, Argo in the Japanese version) is an enemy boss character from Fire Emblem Awakening.
  • Algol (Japanese: アルゴル, Arugoru) is a character in the Soul series of fighting games and the main antagonist in Soulcalibur IV. He can be played like other standard characters, but must be unlocked by defeating him in Story Mode. He appears as one of the final bosses along with Siegfried and Nightmare. Algol has also returned for Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny and Soulcalibur V (in which he served as the secret antagonist). As the oldest recorded wielder of Soul Edge, likely responsible for much of its power, and the creator of Soul Calibur, he is ultimately the series' primary antagonist. What lies in his soul is Absolution. In Soulcalibur V's promotional material, he is referred to as "The Great Hero King".
  • Liam O'erspace and Arishma travelled from Algol to 20th century Earth. (PROSE: Teenage Kicks) The Algolian Sithersbacks were recorded in Bor Pollag's Book of Alien Monsters. (PROSE: Festival of Death)
  • Algol, also known as "The Hero King," was able to obtain Soul Edge, and with his indomitable will, he resisted the sword's control. According to the legend, he used the sword to spread peace among the lands, building the Tower of Glory as a monument to his reign. His son, Arcturus, jealous of his father's power and unaware of the sword's malevolent properties, stole Soul Edge for himself and was possessed. Faced with no other choice, Algol battled and defeated his son with a fatal strike. Deeply remorseful after his son's death, Algol endeavored to create a sword to counter the evil within Soul Edge. The legend says that, using purified shards obtained from the battle with his son and the assistance of various sages, Algol was able to create Soul Calibur after many failed attempts and the sacrifice of his own life. However, the "successful" ritual produced unexpected results: the blade created was extremely similar in nature to Soul Edge due to the restlessness in Algol's soul.
  • ALGOL was developed jointly by a committee of European and American computer scientists in a meeting in 1958 at ETH Zurich. It specified three different syntaxes: a reference syntax, a publication syntax, and an implementation syntax. The different syntaxes permitted it to use different keyword names and conventions for decimal points (commas vs. periods) for different languages. ALGOL was used mostly by research computer scientists in the United States and in Europe. Its use in commercial applications was hindered by the absence of standard input/output facilities in its description and the lack of interest in the language by large computer vendors. ALGOL 60 did however become the standard for the publication of algorithms and had a profound effect on future language development. John Backus developed the Backus normal form method of describing programming languages specifically for ALGOL 58. It was revised and expanded by Peter Naur for ALGOL 60, and at the suggestion by Donald Knuth renamed to Backus-Naur form. Peter Naur: "As editor of the ALGOL Bulletin I was drawn into the international discussions of the language, and was selected to be member of the European language design group in November 1959. In this capacity I was the editor of the ALGOL 60 report, produced as the result of the ALGOL 60 meeting in Paris in January 1960."
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