PropertyValue
rdf:type
rdfs:label
  • Movement
  • Movement
  • Movement
  • Movement
  • Movement
rdfs:comment
  • Dorothy loses a tooth and gets a visit from the tooth fairy with the Wiggles helping her.
  • Movement (M) is a number used to determine creatures' speed in any given situation. An average M for Humans is 4, which equates to 8 yards per 10 seconds moving at a cautious pace. A horse's M is 8, by comparison. M is never used as the basis for a test - if the situation involves movement, use I instead. Check the section on moving for full rules regarding the effects of Movement on the game.
  • Movement is a central gameplay mechanic within the Counter-Strike series. Players need movement to navigate through the various maps and reach their destinations. Noteworthy, weapon accuracy is closely tied with movement; the faster or more movement is done, the more significant a weapon's bullet/pellet spread will be in most situations.
  • World of Warcraft includes two default movement speeds, which can be toggled using the NUM PAD / button: 1. * Walk The character moves at ~1/3 run speed. Confers no other in game effects, and hence only used for roleplaying reasons or precision, such as positioning one's self without falling off a cliff. While walking is enabled, ground mounts and grounded flying mounts will move at walk speed too. 2. * Run The character runs, again this confers no other in game effects and hence is more commonly used. Considered the default move speed, as all characters initially begin set to this speed. Unmodified player run speed has been tested to be 8 yards per second.[citation needed]
  • Movement is the change of the body's position relative to a reference point. It is regulated by the nervous system.
  • World of Warcraft incldes two default movement speeds, which can be toggled using the / button: 1. * Walk The character moves at ~1/3 run speed. Confers no other in game effects, and hence only used for roleplaying reasons or precision, such as positioning one's self without falling off a cliff. 2. * Run The character runs, again this confers no other in game effects and hence is more commonly used. Considered the default move speed as all characters are created set to this speed.
  • Movement is any skill or effect that changes the position of an object.
  • This piece starts with a choir melody. At 0:12 seconds, drums and orchestra joins in and gets louder and louder. The song swells and then abruptly ends. This plays randomly in the Main Menu of Halo 3. It runs for 0:27. It should also be noted that this song can be heard in the Starry Night announcement right when John-117 stands up.
  • Movement is the process of moving units around the map by issuing them commands. Terrain and several other factors have an impact on movement.
  • Movement refers to the 4 modes of travel (and associated Travel Powers): 1. * Running 2. * Jumping 3. * Flight Powers 4. * Teleportation
  • Movement is very important in Regnum Online's combat. Characters are able to move in 8 directions, as well as turn quickly using the mouse. Players can jump by pressing the space bar. Players can jump over small objects such as ledges or logs. If a player falls too far, they will be knocked for a short period of time, as well as taking damage. Depending on the height of the fall, players will experience Injury or Major Injury, and take damage according to Falling Damage.
  • The Nav screen is where most of the game action - movement, combat, trade, etc is done. Each player is allowed one ship at a time, but you can sell it and get better ones. The ship acts as the character. The way you move is like this. The screen you see on nav represents space, you are shown by your ship. To move simply click on a tile in the screen. If something is already there , you will be behind it and not be seen. The screen is divided into 10 by 10 tiles
  • Unlike other stats, movement mostly remains static, it can only be changed through class change or using items, and cannot be increased through leveling up. An exception to this being Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 where movement has a growth rate, albeit with a very low growth chance. Infantry units generally have lower movement than units mounted on horses, pegasi, wyverns or griffons etc.
  • EQ2 gives you a free mouse cursor, so you can click on screen elements or world objects. You can "mouselook" by holding down either mouse button. * The left mouse button lets you look around without changing your character's direction. * The right mouse button lets you look around and also changes your character's direction. * Holding left and right mouse buttons down makes your character walk forward. * Clicking the scroll wheel toggles auto-run. * Scrolling the scroll wheel zooms your camera in and out. If you zoom in all the way, you'll enter first-person view.
  • The Movement is a first-tier version of the Carthian Movement, a local organization largely by and for neonates trying to cope with the vampiric condition. They hope that through cooperate and solidarity, their requiems can become more than just a never-ended hunt. Unfortuntely, the instability of most neonates makes the organization difficult to sustain, and many such coteries end in dramatic, bloody fashion.
  • In a duplicate bridge pairs event, the pairs and the boards move in a way such that the comparison between them is as fair as possible. Such a way is called movement. This is a stub. You can help out by editing this article. See for more.
  • На данном уровне почти с самого начала мы получаем управление над серым кубом, который ведёт себя почти так же, как и обычный куб. На уровне много наклонных поверхностей, переходов, а также декораций. Кроме того, на нём приятный глазу фон. Сделан уровень в стиле модерн.
  • Movement, or MOV, is the motion of a character to get from one point to another. Types There are four ways that a character can move using different controls. They are listed below. Movement Speed How quickly a character moves can be increased by riding a mount.
  • This unit property sets the ability of units to move. If not set, the unit will be immobile
  • Movement is the first half of the 7th episode from Season 10 of Barney & Friends.
  • Movement - jedna z głównych składowych skilla. Oznacza sposób poruszania się po mapie zawodnika i korzyści jakie mu przynosi. Znajomość wszystkich ruchów nie równa się zwykle nawet dobremu movementowi.
  • It takes some time for a human nervous system to learn basic movement patterns essential for survival. Moving ourselves through space, moving and manipulation objects requires the coordination of two tasks: maintaining balance and specific voluntary movement. We learn soon after our birth first to stay balanced, helped by reflexes.
  • Simply hold 6 to walk forward. Press 66 in quick succession to run forward and quickly close the distance between you and the opponent. Letting go of 6 alone will cause your character to slide to a halt. Some characters like Carl, Hakumen and Hazama aren't able to run and can only hop and Iron Tager is the only character that cannot forward dash at all. The run can also be canceled into a Barrier Guard by pressing 4 and A + B.
  • Movement is a game mechanic which allows the Player to travel from one Block to another. There are several modes of movement in Minecraft Pocket Edition.
  • Movement and attacking are the basic game mechanics. The movement/attack types, pattern, and range were based on classical chess, but with many addition (evolution) not found on the classical ones. With increasing tier, movement/attack usually also increase in range and/or pattern Definitions Move/attack range/pattern:
  • In order to move a monster, the player must have Progress Crests in his or her Crest Pool. Any number can be spent as long as you have them, and the player can move as many monsters in a turn as he or she wants. However, a monster can only move once in a turn (unless specified by a specific effect); if the monster is stopped by an item, another monster, or a dead end, it cannot move again that turn. Items and Monster Lords cannot be moved once they have been placed on the game board.
  • There are three movement scales, as follows. * Tactical, for combat, measured in feet (or squares) per round. * Local, for exploring an area, measured in feet per minute. * Overland, for getting from place to place, measured in miles per hour or miles per day. Modes of Movement: While moving at the different movement scales, creatures generally walk, hustle, or run. Walk: A walk represents unhurried but purposeful movement at 3 miles per hour for an unencumbered human.
owl:sameAs
Season
  • 10
  • 14
Length
  • 27.0
dcterms:subject
dbkwik:barney/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
foaf:homepage
звёзды
  • 3
формы
  • КБ, П
композитор
  • steampianist
сферы
  • 75
id уровня
  • 31265587
изображение
  • Movement .png
создатель
  • Jayuff
название саундтрека
  • Sleepyhead OFF VOCAL
id саундтрека
  • 720858
порталы
  • Размер
аудио
educationaltheme
  • Different Ways to Exercise
dbkwik:bridge/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:civilization/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:counterstrike/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:eq2/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:fireemblem/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:fr.dictionnaire-general-occitan-francais/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:halo/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:minecraft-pocket-edition/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:minecraft-pocketedition/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:minecraftpocket-edition/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:minecraftpocketedition/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:puzzlepirates/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:ru.geometry----dash/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:ru.geometry-dash/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:shaiya/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:wowwiki/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:yugi-oh/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:yugioh/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:advancewars/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:whitewolf/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:freed20/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
Number
  • 16
  • 4.0
  • 7.0
Previous
Site
  • Web.Archive.org
Album
  • Halo 3: Original Soundtrack
Characters
Last
Series
  • 2
Runtime
  • 1293.0
Name
  • Movement
Airdate
  • 2006-09-26
  • 2010-10-07
dbkwik:pl.unreal/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:gcse/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:wiggles/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
Link
  • http://web.archive.org/web/20101107212020/http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/basics/mounts/flying.html|desc=Flying Mounts
  • http://web.archive.org/web/20100926024422/http://www.wow-europe.com/en/info/basics/mounts/flying.html|desc=Flying Mounts
Title
  • Movement
Icon
  • wowus
Video
  • l_1LONEGkbw
NEXT
Composer
Writer
Director
wikipage disambiguates
abstract
  • Dorothy loses a tooth and gets a visit from the tooth fairy with the Wiggles helping her.
  • Movement (M) is a number used to determine creatures' speed in any given situation. An average M for Humans is 4, which equates to 8 yards per 10 seconds moving at a cautious pace. A horse's M is 8, by comparison. M is never used as the basis for a test - if the situation involves movement, use I instead. Check the section on moving for full rules regarding the effects of Movement on the game.
  • Movement is a central gameplay mechanic within the Counter-Strike series. Players need movement to navigate through the various maps and reach their destinations. Noteworthy, weapon accuracy is closely tied with movement; the faster or more movement is done, the more significant a weapon's bullet/pellet spread will be in most situations.
  • World of Warcraft includes two default movement speeds, which can be toggled using the NUM PAD / button: 1. * Walk The character moves at ~1/3 run speed. Confers no other in game effects, and hence only used for roleplaying reasons or precision, such as positioning one's self without falling off a cliff. While walking is enabled, ground mounts and grounded flying mounts will move at walk speed too. 2. * Run The character runs, again this confers no other in game effects and hence is more commonly used. Considered the default move speed, as all characters initially begin set to this speed. Unmodified player run speed has been tested to be 8 yards per second.[citation needed]
  • Movement is the change of the body's position relative to a reference point. It is regulated by the nervous system.
  • World of Warcraft incldes two default movement speeds, which can be toggled using the / button: 1. * Walk The character moves at ~1/3 run speed. Confers no other in game effects, and hence only used for roleplaying reasons or precision, such as positioning one's self without falling off a cliff. 2. * Run The character runs, again this confers no other in game effects and hence is more commonly used. Considered the default move speed as all characters are created set to this speed.
  • Movement is any skill or effect that changes the position of an object.
  • This piece starts with a choir melody. At 0:12 seconds, drums and orchestra joins in and gets louder and louder. The song swells and then abruptly ends. This plays randomly in the Main Menu of Halo 3. It runs for 0:27. It should also be noted that this song can be heard in the Starry Night announcement right when John-117 stands up.
  • Movement is the process of moving units around the map by issuing them commands. Terrain and several other factors have an impact on movement.
  • Movement refers to the 4 modes of travel (and associated Travel Powers): 1. * Running 2. * Jumping 3. * Flight Powers 4. * Teleportation
  • Movement is very important in Regnum Online's combat. Characters are able to move in 8 directions, as well as turn quickly using the mouse. Players can jump by pressing the space bar. Players can jump over small objects such as ledges or logs. If a player falls too far, they will be knocked for a short period of time, as well as taking damage. Depending on the height of the fall, players will experience Injury or Major Injury, and take damage according to Falling Damage.
  • The Nav screen is where most of the game action - movement, combat, trade, etc is done. Each player is allowed one ship at a time, but you can sell it and get better ones. The ship acts as the character. The way you move is like this. The screen you see on nav represents space, you are shown by your ship. To move simply click on a tile in the screen. If something is already there , you will be behind it and not be seen. The screen is divided into 10 by 10 tiles
  • Unlike other stats, movement mostly remains static, it can only be changed through class change or using items, and cannot be increased through leveling up. An exception to this being Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 where movement has a growth rate, albeit with a very low growth chance. Infantry units generally have lower movement than units mounted on horses, pegasi, wyverns or griffons etc.
  • EQ2 gives you a free mouse cursor, so you can click on screen elements or world objects. You can "mouselook" by holding down either mouse button. * The left mouse button lets you look around without changing your character's direction. * The right mouse button lets you look around and also changes your character's direction. * Holding left and right mouse buttons down makes your character walk forward. * Clicking the scroll wheel toggles auto-run. * Scrolling the scroll wheel zooms your camera in and out. If you zoom in all the way, you'll enter first-person view.
  • The Movement is a first-tier version of the Carthian Movement, a local organization largely by and for neonates trying to cope with the vampiric condition. They hope that through cooperate and solidarity, their requiems can become more than just a never-ended hunt. Unfortuntely, the instability of most neonates makes the organization difficult to sustain, and many such coteries end in dramatic, bloody fashion.
  • In a duplicate bridge pairs event, the pairs and the boards move in a way such that the comparison between them is as fair as possible. Such a way is called movement. This is a stub. You can help out by editing this article. See for more.
  • There are three movement scales, as follows. * Tactical, for combat, measured in feet (or squares) per round. * Local, for exploring an area, measured in feet per minute. * Overland, for getting from place to place, measured in miles per hour or miles per day. Modes of Movement: While moving at the different movement scales, creatures generally walk, hustle, or run. Walk: A walk represents unhurried but purposeful movement at 3 miles per hour for an unencumbered human. Hustle: A hustle is a jog at about 6 miles per hour for an unencumbered human. A character moving his or her speed twice in a single round, or moving that speed in the same round that he or she performs a standard action or another move action is hustling when he or she moves. Run (x3): Moving three times speed is a running pace for a character in heavy armor. It represents about 9 miles per hour for a human in full plate. Run (x4): Moving four times speed is a running pace for a character in light, medium, or no armor. It represents about 12 miles per hour for an unencumbered human, or 8 miles per hour for a human in chainmail.
  • In order to move a monster, the player must have Progress Crests in his or her Crest Pool. Any number can be spent as long as you have them, and the player can move as many monsters in a turn as he or she wants. However, a monster can only move once in a turn (unless specified by a specific effect); if the monster is stopped by an item, another monster, or a dead end, it cannot move again that turn. Items and Monster Lords cannot be moved once they have been placed on the game board. While most monster require Progress Crests to move, some have effects that let them spend a certain number of crests in place of Progress Crests. Usually, these effects do not specify the type of crest needed to activate the effect, but it usually costs 3 crests per space. Also, some monsters have the ability to move more than once in a turn, but usually require an effect cost to activate the ability.
  • Movement and attacking are the basic game mechanics. The movement/attack types, pattern, and range were based on classical chess, but with many addition (evolution) not found on the classical ones. With increasing tier, movement/attack usually also increase in range and/or pattern Definitions * Move is occupying an empty spot on the field. Moving more than one square away can be blocked by the other (enemy or ally) units. Teleport move (e.g. Bat's move) is unaffected by this. * Units that do not block movement of other units: Banshee, Ghast, Ghost, Phantasm * Attack is capturing an enemy piece, and occupying its spot. Attacking more than one square away can be blocked by the other (enemy or ally) units. Unblockable attack (e.g. Knight's attack) is unaffected by this. * Swap is changing place with ally. Move/attack range/pattern: * Range of one, square pattern (a.k.a. King's move): Prince, Princess, Behemoth, HauntedArmor, Ghast, Enchantress, Lich, Lilith, Banshee's attack, Guardian's attack * Range of one, cross pattern: Skeleton, Ghost, RoyalGuard, Spider's attack, Necromancer's move, Phantasm's attack * Range of one, X pattern: FrostMephit, Spider's move * Range of one, minion pattern (mostly forward): most minion such as Pawn * Range of two, circle pattern: Dragon (Warrior's move + Knight's move) * Range of two, diamond pattern: Warrior * Range of two, square pattern: Tiger, Dryad, Wisp, Wizard, Phoenix, SoulKeeper * Range of two, cross pattern: GiantSlime, Medusa's attack * Range of three, circle pattern: Warrior, Phantasm's move * Range of three, square pattern: Guardian, FrostMage, Legionary * Range of three, cross pattern: Crusader, Minotaur * Range of three, cross pattern, with range of one, square pattern: Berserker, AntiMage * Range of three, X pattern: Moonfox, Medusa's move/attack * Range of three, L-shaped (a.k.a. Knight's move): WindMage, Alchemist, Necromancer's attack * The whole board, horizontal: Paladin, Shieldsman++'s move * The whole board, cardinal directions (a.k.a. Rook's move): Queen, Banshee's move * The whole board, diagonal (a.k.a. Bishop's move): Bishop * The whole board, diagonal, cardinal directions (a.k.a. Queen's move): Queen, Guardian+++'s move * The whole board, no limit: Wisp++ and Wisp+++
  • На данном уровне почти с самого начала мы получаем управление над серым кубом, который ведёт себя почти так же, как и обычный куб. На уровне много наклонных поверхностей, переходов, а также декораций. Кроме того, на нём приятный глазу фон. Сделан уровень в стиле модерн.
  • Movement, or MOV, is the motion of a character to get from one point to another. Types There are four ways that a character can move using different controls. They are listed below. Movement Speed How quickly a character moves can be increased by riding a mount.
  • This unit property sets the ability of units to move. If not set, the unit will be immobile
  • Movement is the first half of the 7th episode from Season 10 of Barney & Friends.
  • Movement - jedna z głównych składowych skilla. Oznacza sposób poruszania się po mapie zawodnika i korzyści jakie mu przynosi. Znajomość wszystkich ruchów nie równa się zwykle nawet dobremu movementowi.
  • It takes some time for a human nervous system to learn basic movement patterns essential for survival. Moving ourselves through space, moving and manipulation objects requires the coordination of two tasks: maintaining balance and specific voluntary movement. We learn soon after our birth first to stay balanced, helped by reflexes.
  • Simply hold 6 to walk forward. Press 66 in quick succession to run forward and quickly close the distance between you and the opponent. Letting go of 6 alone will cause your character to slide to a halt. Some characters like Carl, Hakumen and Hazama aren't able to run and can only hop and Iron Tager is the only character that cannot forward dash at all. The run can also be canceled into a Barrier Guard by pressing 4 and A + B.
  • Movement is a game mechanic which allows the Player to travel from one Block to another. There are several modes of movement in Minecraft Pocket Edition.
is Previous of
is Last of
is First Appearance of
is Debut of
is NEXT of