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  • Limited Time Mission Event available from April 6, 2011 to April 13, 2011. All missions unlock in the order displayed unless otherwise indicated.
  • Kategorie:Episode (Macross Frontier) Friendly Fire ist die neunte Episode der 2008 gestarteten Fernsehserie Macross Frontier.
  • Grace O'Connor talks to Mikhail about his disgraced deceased elder sister. Mikhail is troubled by it and during a battle with the Vajra, he almost hits Alto by mistake, which causes heated tensions between the two.
  • The term friendly fire was originally adopted by the United States military. Many North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) militaries refer to these incidents as blue on blue, which derives from military exercises where NATO forces were identified by blue pennants, hence "blue", and units representing Warsaw Pact forces were identified by orange pennants.
  • An option in Warhawk that can be enabled when a game server is setup. When Friendly Fire is set to 0% your weapons don't damage your teammates, with the result of having very few accidental (or on purpose) teamkills. On ranked player-created servers, Friendly Fire is always enabled. For further detail, see the real-world definition of FF at wikipedia:Friendly Fire
  • Friendly Fire is the twelfth episode in season ten of CSI: Miami.
  • Friendly Fire is the 3rd episode of the 4th season of "E.R." It was first aired on October, 9 in 1997. It was written by Walon Green and directed by Felix Enriquez Alcala.
  • Friendly fire makes the players' skill, team cooperation, formations and other tactics more important than ever to avoid killing each other. Because of collision detection, players can't "walk" through each other; your character is an obstacle to everyone. This makes avoiding friendly fire even more vital. This feature and friendly fire will make zerging (clans allying together to employ the strength of numbers) both harder and somewhat less useful.
  • Charlie and the team investigate a shootout involving a bank robber, but when the scientific evidence doesn't match the stories suspicion falls on one of Don's mentors, who is due to retire.
  • Friendly Fire is the first episode of the spin-off, Primitiv, and the first episode of season one. In this episode, SpongeGar and Patar are sent to gather meat for the villagers of their tribe. However, their conquest is halted from the need of a certain means for preparation: fire.
  • Friendly Fire is a weapon store in Saints Row, Saints Row 2, Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV. Friendly Fire, coz it's fuckin' crazy out there! — Motto from Saints Row radio commercial.
  • Kategorie:Stub Der Begriff Friendly Fire (engl.:"freundliches Feuer") bedeutet, dass jemand einen Verbündeten abschießt. In Metroid Prime: Hunters kann man diesen Effekt ein und ausschalten. Ist er aktiviert und man tötet einen Verbündeten bekommt man einen Minuspunkt. Kategorie:Metroid Prime: Hunters
  • Friendly Fire is a sprite webcomic written by Matt "Toadkarter" Lally and is a direct spin-off to The Scrambled Channel. Started on July 21st, 2007, the comic is still updating today on Fireball20xl alongside The Scrambled Channel and The Pixel.
  • "Friendly Fire" is the fourth episode of the fifth season of Eureka.
  • Friendly fire is a term used to represent the damaging of allied soliders, vehicles, or equipment that is committed by mistake, often during the confusion and chaos of combat. This term is not often talked about due to it being a subject that people are not usually willing to talk about. HU3 BR
  • Als friendly fire bezeichnet man den versehentlichen Beschuss von Soldaten durch die eigene Armee. Immer wieder fallen Truppenteile dem freundlichen Feuer zum Opfer und erhöhen somit die Verlustraten in den eigenen Reihen.
  • Friendly fire (or simply FF), is a gameplay mechanic when a player inflicts damage on his teammates, either by mistake or intentionally.
  • Reload Speed: Magazine Capacity: 2 – 12 Radius: Fuse time: Game[[]]Borderlands Special Part(s): acc5_Torgue_FriendlyFire The Friendly Fire is a legendary shotgun manufactured by Torgue. Examples are on the talk page.
  • Friendly fire is a term applied to any deployment of a weapon or weapon system that (usually unintentionally) harms friendly or allied forces. More than one person has drawn attention to the irony of this term by pointing out that firing upon anyone, allied or not, is generally considered a pointedly unfriendly act. Casualties caused by friendly fire are sometimes referred to as blue on blue casualties, due to the common practice of representing friendly forces with blue symbols and enemy forces with red symbols.
  • Friendly Fire is the 3rd episode of the New Prince of Tennis. It originally aired on the 18th January 2012.
  • A suspicious death on the ship leads Chandler to launch an investigation, jeopardizing order and discipline on the vessel. Meanwhile, Rachel works on a more efficient cure, Alisha decodes an immune message, and the ship heads to New Orleans.
  • Use of the term "friendly" in a military context for allied personnel or materiel dates from the First World War, often for shells falling short. The term friendly fire was originally adopted by the United States military. Many North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) militaries refer to these incidents as blue on blue, which derives from military exercises where NATO forces were identified by blue pennants and units representing Warsaw Pact forces by orange pennants.
  • Friendly Fire a song from F.E.A.R. First Encounter Assault Recon. The song is track 27 on the unofficial soundtrack and was composed by Nathan Grigg. This tune plays when the Point Man confronts the ATC Security Guards before falling to the underground system of the power supply.
  • Fiery Blaze is another hero of the city. He patrols with Friendly Fire and uses fire based weapons to stop villainy. He's also a domineering jerk who abuses his sidekick, but hey, who's perfect? File:Placeholder Driven mad at the death of his family and his dog, he is a pyromaniac.
  • Friendly Fire is what keeps the social lives of soldiers at war held together. This near-instant messaging allows for running dialogs during an otherwise dull and depressing war. "Yeah, friendly fire is what really kept me and my buddies going," says a war veteran, "I don't know what I'd do if I didn't have a buddy to exchange bullets with every morning. It was a way of bonding with other males in a way that wasn't even the least bit Gay." In modern Video Games of our time, friendly fire is encouraged, so remember kids, Shoot your team mates for bonus points.
  • Friendly Fire was a show that aired on Smosh Games on Wednesdays. It replaced Gametime with Smosh Games. In this show, the hosts of Smosh Games play games co-cooperatively. It was cancelled during the Smoshtober overhaul and replaced by Press Start on October 12, 2016.
  • Friendly Fire is a rule in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros Brawl. It allows you to attack and KO your teammates. Koing your teammates is a Self-destruct not a KO. It is fun to KO your teammates and send them flying.
  • Friendly Fire is a term used to describe Americans attacking Americans. It is falsely claimed that if one attacks a liberal, it is an example of Friendly fire. However, since they are decidedly Un-American, such actions do not fit this bill. Nor do attacks on bears. They are godless killing machines, not Americans. On August 27, 1987 George H. W. Bush had the following exchange with Robert I. Sherman while running for President: Nixo-facto proving that anything 'godless' cannot be American. Face.
  • Friendly fire is used to describe a situation in which a player can damage, or even kill, an ally on the same team. The ability to inflict friendly damage was originally an option available to servers during the Team Fortress 2 beta. This made setting up an ÜberCharge quicker and also assisted Spies, as it discouraged Spy checking. Valve removed the feature upon release as it was known to cause errors within the game's code, plus gave points to the teamkill, as well as harbor potential for griefing. The low focus on accurate shooting in the game also meant that friendly fire could become an impediment if several classes attempted to cooperate with one another.
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  • Furendorii Faia
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  • 10
  • 12
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  • Friendly Fire
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  • Incendiary
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  • Saints Row'Saints Row 2'Saints Row: The ThirdSaints Row IV
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  • 2012-01-08
  • 2016-02-06
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  • F.E.A.R. Original Soundtrack
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  • --
Series
Opening
Name
  • Friendly Fire
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Airdate
  • 1997-10-09
  • 2009-10-02
  • 2012-05-07
  • 2015-08-16
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  • $200 $500
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  • Furendorī Faia
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  • Friendly Fire logo as of Saints Row: The Third.
  • Friendly Fire title card
  • Remember to always keep smiling!
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  • Back to Basics Waste Not Want Not We're Going to Need Guns The Fundamentals
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  • Onalee Hunter Hughes
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  • Friendly Fire
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  • フレンドリー·ファイア
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  • 2011-04-13
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  • Friendly Fire
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  • Torgue
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  • Orange
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  • Macross Frontier
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  • 9
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  • 2011-04-06
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  • F.E.A.R. OST 27 - Friendly Fire
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  • Nathan Grigg
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NEXT
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  • Limited Time Mission Event available from April 6, 2011 to April 13, 2011. All missions unlock in the order displayed unless otherwise indicated.
  • Kategorie:Episode (Macross Frontier) Friendly Fire ist die neunte Episode der 2008 gestarteten Fernsehserie Macross Frontier.
  • Grace O'Connor talks to Mikhail about his disgraced deceased elder sister. Mikhail is troubled by it and during a battle with the Vajra, he almost hits Alto by mistake, which causes heated tensions between the two.
  • The term friendly fire was originally adopted by the United States military. Many North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) militaries refer to these incidents as blue on blue, which derives from military exercises where NATO forces were identified by blue pennants, hence "blue", and units representing Warsaw Pact forces were identified by orange pennants.
  • An option in Warhawk that can be enabled when a game server is setup. When Friendly Fire is set to 0% your weapons don't damage your teammates, with the result of having very few accidental (or on purpose) teamkills. On ranked player-created servers, Friendly Fire is always enabled. For further detail, see the real-world definition of FF at wikipedia:Friendly Fire
  • Friendly fire is used to describe a situation in which a player can damage, or even kill, an ally on the same team. The ability to inflict friendly damage was originally an option available to servers during the Team Fortress 2 beta. This made setting up an ÜberCharge quicker and also assisted Spies, as it discouraged Spy checking. Valve removed the feature upon release as it was known to cause errors within the game's code, plus gave points to the teamkill, as well as harbor potential for griefing. The low focus on accurate shooting in the game also meant that friendly fire could become an impediment if several classes attempted to cooperate with one another. Full friendly fire is still available as a server option, but is rarely used in standard play. On these servers, it is impossible to damage friendly buildings or backstab teammates. Lighting your own team on fire is only possible using the Sharpened Volcano Fragment or the Flare Gun when fired at teammates from a certain distance. "Jar-based" weapons, such as Jarate and Mad Milk, have no effect on teammates. It is also possible to Dominate and get Revenge on your teammates. Splash damage from grenades and rockets still have an effect. Also, all of the Sniper's primary weapons (including the Huntsman) deal no damage to allies whatsoever, whether scoped or not. On some servers friendly fire is temporarily enabled for various reasons, for example while waiting for enough players to join for the round to start, after the round ends, and during Stalemate.
  • Friendly Fire is the twelfth episode in season ten of CSI: Miami.
  • Friendly Fire is the 3rd episode of the 4th season of "E.R." It was first aired on October, 9 in 1997. It was written by Walon Green and directed by Felix Enriquez Alcala.
  • Friendly fire makes the players' skill, team cooperation, formations and other tactics more important than ever to avoid killing each other. Because of collision detection, players can't "walk" through each other; your character is an obstacle to everyone. This makes avoiding friendly fire even more vital. This feature and friendly fire will make zerging (clans allying together to employ the strength of numbers) both harder and somewhat less useful.
  • Charlie and the team investigate a shootout involving a bank robber, but when the scientific evidence doesn't match the stories suspicion falls on one of Don's mentors, who is due to retire.
  • Friendly Fire is the first episode of the spin-off, Primitiv, and the first episode of season one. In this episode, SpongeGar and Patar are sent to gather meat for the villagers of their tribe. However, their conquest is halted from the need of a certain means for preparation: fire.
  • Friendly Fire is a weapon store in Saints Row, Saints Row 2, Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV. Friendly Fire, coz it's fuckin' crazy out there! — Motto from Saints Row radio commercial.
  • Kategorie:Stub Der Begriff Friendly Fire (engl.:"freundliches Feuer") bedeutet, dass jemand einen Verbündeten abschießt. In Metroid Prime: Hunters kann man diesen Effekt ein und ausschalten. Ist er aktiviert und man tötet einen Verbündeten bekommt man einen Minuspunkt. Kategorie:Metroid Prime: Hunters
  • Friendly Fire is a sprite webcomic written by Matt "Toadkarter" Lally and is a direct spin-off to The Scrambled Channel. Started on July 21st, 2007, the comic is still updating today on Fireball20xl alongside The Scrambled Channel and The Pixel.
  • "Friendly Fire" is the fourth episode of the fifth season of Eureka.
  • Friendly fire is a term used to represent the damaging of allied soliders, vehicles, or equipment that is committed by mistake, often during the confusion and chaos of combat. This term is not often talked about due to it being a subject that people are not usually willing to talk about. HU3 BR
  • Friendly Fire is a term used to describe Americans attacking Americans. It is falsely claimed that if one attacks a liberal, it is an example of Friendly fire. However, since they are decidedly Un-American, such actions do not fit this bill. Nor do attacks on bears. They are godless killing machines, not Americans. On August 27, 1987 George H. W. Bush had the following exchange with Robert I. Sherman while running for President: Sherman: What will you do to win the votes of the Americans who are atheists? Bush: I guess I'm pretty weak in the atheist community. Faith in god is important to me. Sherman: Surely you recognize the equal citizenship and patriotism of Americans who are atheists? Bush: No, I don't know that atheists should be considered as citizens, nor should they be considered patriots. This is one nation under God. Sherman (somewhat taken aback): Do you support as a sound constitutional principle the separation of state and church? Bush: Yes, I support the separation of church and state. I'm just not very high on atheists. Nixo-facto proving that anything 'godless' cannot be American. Face.
  • Als friendly fire bezeichnet man den versehentlichen Beschuss von Soldaten durch die eigene Armee. Immer wieder fallen Truppenteile dem freundlichen Feuer zum Opfer und erhöhen somit die Verlustraten in den eigenen Reihen.
  • Friendly fire (or simply FF), is a gameplay mechanic when a player inflicts damage on his teammates, either by mistake or intentionally.
  • Reload Speed: Magazine Capacity: 2 – 12 Radius: Fuse time: Game[[]]Borderlands Special Part(s): acc5_Torgue_FriendlyFire The Friendly Fire is a legendary shotgun manufactured by Torgue. Examples are on the talk page.
  • Friendly fire is a term applied to any deployment of a weapon or weapon system that (usually unintentionally) harms friendly or allied forces. More than one person has drawn attention to the irony of this term by pointing out that firing upon anyone, allied or not, is generally considered a pointedly unfriendly act. Casualties caused by friendly fire are sometimes referred to as blue on blue casualties, due to the common practice of representing friendly forces with blue symbols and enemy forces with red symbols.
  • Friendly Fire is the 3rd episode of the New Prince of Tennis. It originally aired on the 18th January 2012.
  • A suspicious death on the ship leads Chandler to launch an investigation, jeopardizing order and discipline on the vessel. Meanwhile, Rachel works on a more efficient cure, Alisha decodes an immune message, and the ship heads to New Orleans.
  • Use of the term "friendly" in a military context for allied personnel or materiel dates from the First World War, often for shells falling short. The term friendly fire was originally adopted by the United States military. Many North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) militaries refer to these incidents as blue on blue, which derives from military exercises where NATO forces were identified by blue pennants and units representing Warsaw Pact forces by orange pennants.
  • Friendly Fire a song from F.E.A.R. First Encounter Assault Recon. The song is track 27 on the unofficial soundtrack and was composed by Nathan Grigg. This tune plays when the Point Man confronts the ATC Security Guards before falling to the underground system of the power supply.
  • Fiery Blaze is another hero of the city. He patrols with Friendly Fire and uses fire based weapons to stop villainy. He's also a domineering jerk who abuses his sidekick, but hey, who's perfect? File:Placeholder Driven mad at the death of his family and his dog, he is a pyromaniac.
  • Friendly Fire is what keeps the social lives of soldiers at war held together. This near-instant messaging allows for running dialogs during an otherwise dull and depressing war. "Yeah, friendly fire is what really kept me and my buddies going," says a war veteran, "I don't know what I'd do if I didn't have a buddy to exchange bullets with every morning. It was a way of bonding with other males in a way that wasn't even the least bit Gay." In modern Video Games of our time, friendly fire is encouraged, so remember kids, Shoot your team mates for bonus points.
  • Friendly Fire was a show that aired on Smosh Games on Wednesdays. It replaced Gametime with Smosh Games. In this show, the hosts of Smosh Games play games co-cooperatively. It was cancelled during the Smoshtober overhaul and replaced by Press Start on October 12, 2016.
  • Friendly Fire is a rule in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros Brawl. It allows you to attack and KO your teammates. Koing your teammates is a Self-destruct not a KO. It is fun to KO your teammates and send them flying.
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