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  • Fortune Teller
  • Fortune teller
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  • The Fortune Teller is the business run by Madame Mushka.
  • Fortune Teller is one of the many role-playing subclasses in Elder Tale.
  • The Fortune Teller is a character found near the entrance to the big top in the Meat Circus.
  • A fortune teller was a being who would predict an individual's futures. Some fortune tellers were Force-sensitive, and used their connection to the Force to make accurate predictions. The Sljee Jeseej was a Force-sensitive fortune teller. Local haruspexes on the planet Darlyn Boda used the entrails of native toccats to give a prophetic reading as part of their grassroots fortune-telling business.
  • At first, the fortunes are believed to be true, but are soon disproved, but not before Gus deploys his newest invention, the Giliminator 6000. In the end, the fortune teller is ripped up, never to cause trouble again.
  • The Fortune Teller is a character from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Like the Old Man and other characters from The Legend of Zelda, it is not known whether the various Fortune Tellers encountered in the Light and Dark Worlds are one and the same, or different characters altogether.
  • El adivino, también conocido como receptor cootie o salero, es un modelo tradicional formado por doble blintzing. A menudo se utiliza para jugar un juego simple con el texto escrito en el diseño.
  • File:Huge item fortuneteller bronze 01.png |-| Silver = File:Huge item fortuneteller silver 01.png |-| Gold = File:Huge item fortuneteller gold 01.png |-| Ruby = File:Huge item fortuneteller ruby 01.png |-| Emerald =
  • Fortune Teller is a character in Chrono Cross. She is a mysterious and very old woman who is willing to read the fortunes of anyone accompanying Serge. Clad in green robes and a turban, she sits within a tent East of the main area in Termina. Before approaching her tent, two yellow eyes are seen peering through the darkness within.
  • The Fortune Teller is a Lieutenant of the Mystics faction. The Fortune Teller is in need of rescue in the Spelunker Badge mission assigned by Haley Philips, Hugo Redding or Dr. Trevor Seaborn. There are several names that refer to this character.
  • The Fortune Teller, advertising under the name of "Gypsy Smith" was a woman in a booth on Blackpool promenade who read the fortunes of Minnie Caldwell and Ena Sharples when they visited the resort as part of a coach trip to see the illuminations. She told Minnie that she would have a "visitor from the skies - like a bolt out of the blue" and then told Ena that she was going on "a long, lonely journey" with a long separation from her friends. Subsequently Ena missed the coach back to Coronation Street and had to make her way back on a potato lorry. Minnie's prediction also came true when a slate fell off the roof of No.13 and hit her on the head.
  • The Fortune Teller is an unnamed former member of the now-disbanded Dark Guild, Eisenwald. He's an anime-only character.
  • Fortune Teller (占い師のおばあさんUranaishi no obāsan) is a female Tamagotchi character who debuted in episode 1 of Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream. She appears on the Tamagotchi P's as a non-raisable character. She is a mysterious fortune-teller that uses water to tell the future and magical cards to help change it.
  • A fortune teller was someone who allegedly made use of supernatural or other powers to predict future events. Generally, this was done for profit or other personal gain. In 2371, Quark referred to Miles O'Brien as "DS9's most famous fortune teller" following his time travels to a few hours in the future. O'Brien did not like being referred to that way, as he wasn't telling anybody their futures, and Quark assured him it was only a figure of speech. Nevertheless, he correctly predicted a spin on the dabo wheel shortly after. (DS9: "Visionary")
  • Fairgrounds have always been a place to find Fortune Tellers and Slater Park is no exception. The mysterious Anastasia has just arrived and is eager to pass on her words on wisdom to you. Don't ignore Anastasia's predictions, they have been known to be very accurate...
  • "Fortune Teller" is a song written by Allen Toussaint under the pseudonym Naomi Neville and first recorded by Benny Spellman (single B-side on Minit Records 644) Cover versions exist by The Rolling Stones (on their first live album, Got Live If You Want It! but overdubbed with screaming girls- the scream-free version can be found on the compilation More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) ), The Hollies, The Who (on their famous Live at Leeds), The Merseybeats, Felix the Cat, Tony Jackson, The Downliners Sect, The Iguanas, the Hardtimes, the Stellas (stereo CBS Germany 1965 and still found on new compilations), Strawberry Alarm Clock (recording as Thee Sixpence), and many others, including more recently the October 2007 album Raising Sand, performed by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.
  • They can apply the career at the available Gypsy Wagon in their town - although the only neighborhood that has the Gypsy Wagon is in Moonlight Falls - or at their computers and laptops. At level six of the career, they have to choose one of the two branches. One focuses on mystic powers while the other focuses on making Simoleons. Fortune tellers will need to gain their Charisma and Logic skills (Scam Artist) or Alchemy skill (Mystic) to progress their career. At level 7 of the Mystic branch, they will get discounts at any Elixir consignment shop in the town.
  • The mysterious Fortune Teller was a poor old woman living in the city of Kaineng when she saw Shiro Tagachi, a member of the city guard. The Fortune Teller told him that he was destined for greatness, and that good fortune would come his way. Shiro was skeptical at first, however soon after had good fortune begin to shower upon him. Warning: The following text contains spoilers relating to the plot of the Factions Campaign. Her predictions still echo in his mind later on when he is trying to decide whether or not he should kill the Emperor to save his own life.
Level
  • 1
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  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
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  • 10
  • 24
Bonus
  • 660
  • 984
  • 1644
  • 3072
  • 5340
  • None
  • §240
  • §360
  • §576
  • §288
  • §456
Attack
  • 85
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  • 95
  • 100
  • 105
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Prof
benefit
  • +3 Star
Require
Image Gallery
  • yes
Giftable
  • Non-Giftable
Unlock
Number of Appearances
  • 1
Quest
  • Gathering Tarantula Venom and Rubies, delivering a letter to Baron Akale
Anime Debut
pay
  • 20
  • 24
  • 30
  • 38
  • 48
  • 63
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  • 207
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  • 381
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  • 768
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  • M T W T F S S
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  • Mood
  • Mood, Clientele
  • Mood, Clientele, Private Readings Performed
  • Mood, Private Readings Performed
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Previous
Homeland
Defense
  • 120
  • 130
  • 140
  • 150
  • 160
Element
  • N/A
Eyes
  • Black
Reward
  • Starting the quest line
Date
  • 2012-01-13
Origin
  • N/A
Skills
  • None
  • Alchemy 3-6
  • Alchemy 4-7
  • Alchemy 6-8
  • Alchemy 8-10
  • Alchemy 9-10
  • Charisma 3-6
  • Charisma 5-8, Logic 5-8
  • Charisma 7-9, Logic 7-9
  • Charisma 8-10, Logic 8-10
  • Charisma 9-10, Logic 9-10
Base of Operations
  • Eisenwald Guild
Age
  • Elderly
Previous Affiliation
Series
Weapon
  • N/A
Status
  • Active
Appearance
  • "New Leaf"
First Appearance
  • 1961-10-16
Hair
  • Black
Magic
Name
  • Story
  • Fortune Teller
  • Fortune teller
  • The Fortune Teller
  • Metaphysician
  • Spiritual Guide
  • Celebrity Psychic
  • Conjurer of Cheap Tricks
  • Dealer of Destinies
  • Fortune Guesser
  • Fortune Teller Career
  • Horoscope Reader
  • Keen Observer Of Human Behavior
  • Master of Mysticism
  • Metaphysical Fabricator
  • Palm Reader
  • Pseudo Psychic
  • Tarot Card Shark
  • Traveler of Time and Space
  • Vague Visionary
Text
  • Galactic Gazetteer: Hoth and the Greater Javin
  • Jeseej and the Sljee
Type
Caption
  • Artwork of the Fortune Teller from A Link to the Past. Note that the game does not depict the Fortune Teller as being of any determinate gender.
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Character Name
  • Fortune Teller
archivedate
  • 20100508024939
Weight
  • Average
Career
  • Nomadic Diviner
backcolor
  • peru
Height
  • Short
Played By
Species
Hand
  • N/A
Icon
Image size
  • 250
Class
  • Ranger
Description
  • Spirit Guides get a lot of repeat business. When certain people feel turmoil in their lives, you are the one they will turn for solutions. They will think of you as their personal guide to metaphysical balance. It's harder work -- simple guesses and vague prophecies won't work as well as they used to -- but ultimately it is more rewarding.
  • You might not be the best card reader, but all of your practice on trick shuffling is about to pay off. As long as people see you handle the cards well, they usually won't question the predications you derive from them. It's a lot like playing poker, except the other player pays you every single time.
  • Now that you are a card-carrying Pseudo-Psychic, you understand that image is everything. Someone who looks that good and acts with that much confidence has to understand how things work, right? Be someone people want to be, then help them believe that THEY can be that person too. They will pay for your secrets!
  • Vague Visionaries have just started to realize some of the universal patterns of fate. You'll still do a lot of guesswork, but sometimes certain guesses just feel better than others. It's almost as if you can see the path that another person's life will take -- or if not the path, the general direction that life will go in. With practice, you may develop this gift!
  • Would you like to hear your future? You are now well beyond trivial predictions like schoolyard crushes and who's going to get that big promotion. Now you can speak to people about subjects no lesser than truth, causality, and existence itself. A lot of it is still made up, of course, but you make it sound good.
  • The first thing to check on someone's palm is their "suspension of disbelief" line. As long as that's nice and long, then you've got it made. The palm isn't a literal roadmap to one's fate, but its lines and patterns can help you focus on the connections between us and the heavenly bodies. Palm Readers do a decent business, and bonus: you get to hold a lot of people's hands, which is sweet.
  • Well done! You have earned a title few others have: Master of Mysticism. Interpreting a chaotic mash of symbols, signs, emotions and flows of energy has now become as easy as following a recipe. The secrets of the universe are yours to discern, and yours to distribute however you see fit.
  • If you are ready to be a full-time Metaphysician, then it's time to tackle the big questions -- questions like "What?" and "Why?" Fortunately for you, these questions are so broad that there is an infinite space of vague answers to explore. Go ahead, get creative! Have fun with it! The best fake Metaphysicians never spew the same garbage twice.
  • By incorperating small props in your routine, you will increase your client's confidence in your predictions. Some may dismiss you as a Conjurer of Cheap Tricks, but they're secretly impressed. By now your predictions arn't entirely inaccurate, anyways. Some people just need a little showmanship to seal the deal.
  • As a Keen Observer of Human Behavior, you will find that details are everything. People will think they are being reserved, but if you can read all of the subtle signals they give off they will practically be screaming the answers to you. They tell you what they want, you simply repeat it back! And they pay you for this!!
  • Some people have a special gift to see beyond our simple existence and interpret the movements of the universe itself, divine the patterns that guide all out fates. This gift can be shared with people for money. But will you focus on the simoleons, or on the strength of your astral-spiritual connection?
  • Dealers of Destiny work primarily with a deck of fortune teller's cards. Long ago you thought that the cards spoke to the reader, who would interpret their instructions. In fact, the power is with you. You speak through the cards, which merely serve to illustrate the finer points of your extrasensory divinations.
  • Sense is born from chaos. The complex patterns of fate become clear. You have developed a new sense that can transcend any of the limits of those tied to your body. With this Sight, you will see many things -- other places, the future, the past, old friends long gone. As a Traveler of Time and Space, you can offer genuine guidance to those who need it -- a service many will pay handsomely for!
  • This is it! You've hit the big time! As a Celebrity Psychic, you will be in demand from movie stars, politicians, famous athletes, and anyone else who can afford you. You can even hold your own psychic conventions and rake in some real Simoleons. The sky's the limit. Remember, if you believe it, they'll buy it!
  • As a Fortune Guesser, you'll no longer have to read fortunes directly out of a newspaper. Now you can make up your own fortunes! Sure you're only guessing, but mysticism is really not an exact science. Just don't end readings by shrugging and saying, "I mean, I guess..." and you'll do great!
Color
  • Olive green
firstgame
  • A Link to the Past
previous team
  • Unnamed Eisenwald Team
Profession
int
  • Galactic Gazetteer: Hoth and the Greater Javin
  • Jeseej and the Sljee
Occupation(s)
  • Fortune teller
Quality
  • Superior
Occupation
Episodes
  • 1
Interests
  • Fortune telling
Build
  • Average
url
  • default.asp?x=starwars/article/sw20040325web
  • default.asp?x=starwars/article/sw20030102ccw
Script
  • John Wagner and Alan Grant
Published
hours
  • 1
Gender
  • Female
  • Male
Race
  • Human
Art
Source
NEXT
TEXTCOLOR
  • white
World
Location
perks
  • None
  • Able to ride a limousine
  • Discounts of prices at Elixir consignment shop
  • Hold Psychic Convention at Theatres
  • Mystic Aura*
  • Perform Private Reading interaction
eye-color
  • Black
kefling
  • No
pension
  • 20
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  • The Fortune Teller is the business run by Madame Mushka.
  • Fortune Teller is one of the many role-playing subclasses in Elder Tale.
  • They can apply the career at the available Gypsy Wagon in their town - although the only neighborhood that has the Gypsy Wagon is in Moonlight Falls - or at their computers and laptops. At level six of the career, they have to choose one of the two branches. One focuses on mystic powers while the other focuses on making Simoleons. Fortune tellers will need to gain their Charisma and Logic skills (Scam Artist) or Alchemy skill (Mystic) to progress their career. At level 2 of the career, they will have the Perform Private Reading interaction. This allows them to earn more Simoleons for their career and boosts their relationship with potential clientèle. This is a very important factor in progressing within the Mystic Branch. At level 7 of the Mystic branch, they will get discounts at any Elixir consignment shop in the town. At level 10 of the Mystic branch, the Sim will have the Mystic Aura. This aura will provide a glow around them when they are performing a private reading near the Gypsy Wagon and will cause scientists and Sims with Family-Oriented, Good, or Friendly trait to dislike them. At level 8 of the Scam Artist branch, if they ride a taxi or carpool to work before level 8, the transport will be replaced with a limousine. At level 10 of the Scam Artist branch, they can Hold Psychic Conventions. These conventions can only be held at an interval of 2–3 days.
  • The Fortune Teller is a character found near the entrance to the big top in the Meat Circus.
  • A fortune teller was a being who would predict an individual's futures. Some fortune tellers were Force-sensitive, and used their connection to the Force to make accurate predictions. The Sljee Jeseej was a Force-sensitive fortune teller. Local haruspexes on the planet Darlyn Boda used the entrails of native toccats to give a prophetic reading as part of their grassroots fortune-telling business.
  • At first, the fortunes are believed to be true, but are soon disproved, but not before Gus deploys his newest invention, the Giliminator 6000. In the end, the fortune teller is ripped up, never to cause trouble again.
  • The Fortune Teller is a character from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Like the Old Man and other characters from The Legend of Zelda, it is not known whether the various Fortune Tellers encountered in the Light and Dark Worlds are one and the same, or different characters altogether.
  • "Fortune Teller" is a song written by Allen Toussaint under the pseudonym Naomi Neville and first recorded by Benny Spellman (single B-side on Minit Records 644) Cover versions exist by The Rolling Stones (on their first live album, Got Live If You Want It! but overdubbed with screaming girls- the scream-free version can be found on the compilation More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) ), The Hollies, The Who (on their famous Live at Leeds), The Merseybeats, Felix the Cat, Tony Jackson, The Downliners Sect, The Iguanas, the Hardtimes, the Stellas (stereo CBS Germany 1965 and still found on new compilations), Strawberry Alarm Clock (recording as Thee Sixpence), and many others, including more recently the October 2007 album Raising Sand, performed by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss. The song was also a hit in Australia, recorded by The Throb, it was released in February 1966 and charted in the Top 5 in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. Rumour has it that the Australian band were played the Rolling Stones version by their studio producer before they recorded their version, to get an idea of how it should sound.
  • El adivino, también conocido como receptor cootie o salero, es un modelo tradicional formado por doble blintzing. A menudo se utiliza para jugar un juego simple con el texto escrito en el diseño.
  • File:Huge item fortuneteller bronze 01.png |-| Silver = File:Huge item fortuneteller silver 01.png |-| Gold = File:Huge item fortuneteller gold 01.png |-| Ruby = File:Huge item fortuneteller ruby 01.png |-| Emerald =
  • Fortune Teller is a character in Chrono Cross. She is a mysterious and very old woman who is willing to read the fortunes of anyone accompanying Serge. Clad in green robes and a turban, she sits within a tent East of the main area in Termina. Before approaching her tent, two yellow eyes are seen peering through the darkness within.
  • The Fortune Teller is a Lieutenant of the Mystics faction. The Fortune Teller is in need of rescue in the Spelunker Badge mission assigned by Haley Philips, Hugo Redding or Dr. Trevor Seaborn. There are several names that refer to this character.
  • The Fortune Teller, advertising under the name of "Gypsy Smith" was a woman in a booth on Blackpool promenade who read the fortunes of Minnie Caldwell and Ena Sharples when they visited the resort as part of a coach trip to see the illuminations. She told Minnie that she would have a "visitor from the skies - like a bolt out of the blue" and then told Ena that she was going on "a long, lonely journey" with a long separation from her friends. Subsequently Ena missed the coach back to Coronation Street and had to make her way back on a potato lorry. Minnie's prediction also came true when a slate fell off the roof of No.13 and hit her on the head.
  • The Fortune Teller is an unnamed former member of the now-disbanded Dark Guild, Eisenwald. He's an anime-only character.
  • The mysterious Fortune Teller was a poor old woman living in the city of Kaineng when she saw Shiro Tagachi, a member of the city guard. The Fortune Teller told him that he was destined for greatness, and that good fortune would come his way. Shiro was skeptical at first, however soon after had good fortune begin to shower upon him. He later returns to the old woman to learn more of his fate. She then predicts to Shiro that he will be promoted to the Emperor Angsiyan's personal bodyguard. Soon after, he is called to meet with the Emperor, where the honor of being his personal guard is bestowed on him. Warning: The following text contains spoilers relating to the plot of the Factions Campaign. Shiro, after this unbelievable turn of events, returns to the Fortune Teller yet again to know more of his fate. However, the old woman then warns Shiro that Emperor Angsiyan is going to kill him during the Harvest Ceremony at Kuan Jun Temple. She predicts that the Emperor will kill him, if he does not kill the Emperor first. Shiro is outraged by this, and murders the Fortune Teller. Her predictions still echo in his mind later on when he is trying to decide whether or not he should kill the Emperor to save his own life. Shiro eventually decides to murder the Emperor. Shiro is then killed by Archemorus, Saint Viktor, and Vizu. Warning: The following text contains spoilers relating to the plot of the Nightfall Campaign. The Fortune Teller makes a reappearance in the Nightfall campaign - the optional quest Bad Fortune allows players to track her down and destroy her once and for all. This quest also states that she was a demonic agent of Abaddon who manipulated Shiro into assassinating his Emperor and corrupted his soul. It does not reveal why, however.
  • Fortune Teller (占い師のおばあさんUranaishi no obāsan) is a female Tamagotchi character who debuted in episode 1 of Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream. She appears on the Tamagotchi P's as a non-raisable character. She is a mysterious fortune-teller that uses water to tell the future and magical cards to help change it.
  • A fortune teller was someone who allegedly made use of supernatural or other powers to predict future events. Generally, this was done for profit or other personal gain. In 2371, Quark referred to Miles O'Brien as "DS9's most famous fortune teller" following his time travels to a few hours in the future. O'Brien did not like being referred to that way, as he wasn't telling anybody their futures, and Quark assured him it was only a figure of speech. Nevertheless, he correctly predicted a spin on the dabo wheel shortly after. (DS9: "Visionary")
  • Fairgrounds have always been a place to find Fortune Tellers and Slater Park is no exception. The mysterious Anastasia has just arrived and is eager to pass on her words on wisdom to you. Don't ignore Anastasia's predictions, they have been known to be very accurate...
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