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  • [[Category:]] Deathwatch was a necromancy spell that, within an area of thirty feet, informed the caster how badly wounded subjects were.
  • Level: Components: V, S Casting Time: 1 action Range: 30 ft. Area: Cone-shaped emanation Duration: 10 min./level Saving Throw: None Spell Resistance: No
  • Deathwatch is the 12th chapter of Eragon.
  • Inne pseudonimy: Stephen Lords Aktualny status: Na wolności, uciekł z superwięzienia Raft. Uniwersum: 616 Klasa: Demon Debiut: Ghost Rider vol. 3 #1 [1990] Powiązania z grupami: Trans-Lords, Deathspawn, gang Hooda
  • Deathwatch (Advantage) A character with the Deathwatch advantage has uncanny clarity in battle, the time slows, giving the ability to study everything around. While in this state, the character loses all other contact, the body glows faintly, with unmatched swiftness.
  • right|thumb|Обложка книги правил. Deathwatch (англ. Караул смерти) — третья игра по миру Warhammer 40K от издателя Fantasy Flight Games. Предназначена для описания действий элитного отряда космических десантников под контролем Инквизиции. Выпущена в сентябре 2010 года. До релиза вышли два демонстрационных модуля по игре с кратким набором правил и предварительно сгенерированными персонажами.
  • Deathwatch (ヂスワチュ, Disuwachu) is a massive organization that controls around half of the major bounty hunting groups on the Grand Line. They act as one of the main antagonists of the second saga of Grand Voyage. After being destroyed by Dhahaka D. Knave and his crew, the organization has devolved into another simple bounty hunting group made up of the remaining executives.
  • Deathwatch poses in the mortal world as crime boss Stephen Lords. His activities often lead to casualties that he then fed off of to empower himself. He also wanted to gain the position of the Kingpin (Wilson Fisk). He also became an enemy of Wolverine's after Logan encountered some of his men in Madripoor. On one occasion he lured the Rider into an office building then had it destroyed, feeding him with hundreds of innocent employees. He ordered Blackout, Snowblind, Troll and Hag after the Rider.
  • Deathwatch is an tactical espionage organization that is formed up by ten assassins mostly from Luskan where it is based. Deathwatch was formed about twenty years ago in Luskan as an force to oppose the other powers of Luskan and to execute top-class espionage and assassination missions. The fall of Deathwatch began when one of their members betrayed and another one died of unknown caused, it caused shock in the ranks of the organization and it gave opportunity to an agent of Order of Iron and Blood to join the organization and make Deathwatch an pawn of the order. As the agent of the order Wiz Zephyr gained more power in the orgaization, he established Replica to continue the organizations usefullness even when it would eventualy fall, becouse of the establishers old age. This plan leaded
  • The Deathwatch Space Marines serve the Ordo Xenos of the Imperial Inquisition as its Chamber Militant, the warriors of last resort when the Inquisition needs access to firepower greater than the Imperial Guard or a team of its own Acolytes or even Throne Agents can provide. Across the galaxy there are innumerable hostile alien civilisations that threaten Mankind, from the green-skinned Orks, to the monstrous Tyranids, sadistic Dark Eldar, spectral C'tan, and undying Necrons. It is the sacred task of the Deathwatch to stand sentry against all of these terrible xenos races. They are ready to act when such ancient evils rise to threaten Mankind once more. The Space Marines of the Deathwatch form the first, and often only, line of defence against these inhuman horrors.
  • Deathwatch is a gameshow that plays a major role in Madworld. It features people having to kill each other off all the time. This twisted and inhumane gameshow is run by Noa. The gameshow has been present ever since the beginning of the 21st century and many of the players participate for a mixed amount of reasons. Some players are arrogant, greedy, and selfish and compete in the games so they can gain fame and money. Some other players are forced to compete in Deathwatch against their will and only kill people just to survive. The prize for winning a Deathwatch season is the right to live and a financial reward of 100 million dollars. Jack Cayman is a player in the games, who is actually an undercover agent for the FBI and is there to expose the inhumanity of Deathwatch in hopes of gettin
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  • Deathwatch; Deathwatch from Ghost Rider Vol 7 1 0001.jpg
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  • Restores Health if Deathwatch expires without triggering
  • The next time this character would be KO'ed, they are instead healed to 25% Health
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  • Deathwatch is an tactical espionage organization that is formed up by ten assassins mostly from Luskan where it is based. Deathwatch was formed about twenty years ago in Luskan as an force to oppose the other powers of Luskan and to execute top-class espionage and assassination missions. The fall of Deathwatch began when one of their members betrayed and another one died of unknown caused, it caused shock in the ranks of the organization and it gave opportunity to an agent of Order of Iron and Blood to join the organization and make Deathwatch an pawn of the order. As the agent of the order Wiz Zephyr gained more power in the orgaization, he established Replica to continue the organizations usefullness even when it would eventualy fall, becouse of the establishers old age. This plan leaded to the fall of the agent, after one of the test subjects, Zacho Haley got out of control and it leaded to the death of two of the members and demise of most of the Replica. Zephyr himself lost his life in an epic-duel agains Haley and the organization was crushed. As the Order of Iron and Blood saw their plot as an failure, they commanded the extermination of the organization. Only one member of the orgnization is confirmed alive. He resides in Smallport.
  • [[Category:]] Deathwatch was a necromancy spell that, within an area of thirty feet, informed the caster how badly wounded subjects were.
  • Deathwatch is a gameshow that plays a major role in Madworld. It features people having to kill each other off all the time. This twisted and inhumane gameshow is run by Noa. The gameshow has been present ever since the beginning of the 21st century and many of the players participate for a mixed amount of reasons. Some players are arrogant, greedy, and selfish and compete in the games so they can gain fame and money. Some other players are forced to compete in Deathwatch against their will and only kill people just to survive. The prize for winning a Deathwatch season is the right to live and a financial reward of 100 million dollars. Jack Cayman is a player in the games, who is actually an undercover agent for the FBI and is there to expose the inhumanity of Deathwatch in hopes of getting Noa arrested for his crimes.
  • Level: Components: V, S Casting Time: 1 action Range: 30 ft. Area: Cone-shaped emanation Duration: 10 min./level Saving Throw: None Spell Resistance: No
  • Deathwatch poses in the mortal world as crime boss Stephen Lords. His activities often lead to casualties that he then fed off of to empower himself. He also wanted to gain the position of the Kingpin (Wilson Fisk). He also became an enemy of Wolverine's after Logan encountered some of his men in Madripoor. Deathwatch's major scheme involved a large amount of a potent biotoxin, enough to devastate New York and New Jersey. A rival gang had stolen the canisters and hid out in the Cypress Hills Cemetery. Deathwatch ordered his Deathspawn ninjas and Blackout to go after them and regain the canisters. In the ensuing firefight Ghost Rider emerged. Deathwatch recognized the Rider and sought to take the Medallion of Power. He ordered Barbara Ketch's murder and other events to try and draw the Ghost Rider out. He also tried to reclaim the canisters, but both the The Kingpin and Ghost Rider continued to interfere with his plans. On one occasion he lured the Rider into an office building then had it destroyed, feeding him with hundreds of innocent employees. He ordered Blackout, Snowblind, Troll and Hag after the Rider. He waited for Ghost Rider in a hospital where Snowblind was recovering. During their battle, Deathwatch was stabbed by the Ghost Rider's mystic chain, apparently killing him. However, Deathwatch was found to be alive, imprisoned in the Raft. He escaped during the riot and his current whereabouts are unknown. Deathwatch joined The Hood and other villains to take advantage of the split in the superhero community, due to the Superhuman Registration Act. He helps the group in there plots against the New Avengers. During a battle he is taken down by Doctor Strange.
  • The Deathwatch Space Marines serve the Ordo Xenos of the Imperial Inquisition as its Chamber Militant, the warriors of last resort when the Inquisition needs access to firepower greater than the Imperial Guard or a team of its own Acolytes or even Throne Agents can provide. Across the galaxy there are innumerable hostile alien civilisations that threaten Mankind, from the green-skinned Orks, to the monstrous Tyranids, sadistic Dark Eldar, spectral C'tan, and undying Necrons. It is the sacred task of the Deathwatch to stand sentry against all of these terrible xenos races. They are ready to act when such ancient evils rise to threaten Mankind once more. The Space Marines of the Deathwatch form the first, and often only, line of defence against these inhuman horrors. Unlike other Space Marines, the ones serving in the Deathwatch are not truly a separate Chapter of the Adeptus Astartes; rather, they are a collection of Veteran Space Marines drawn from all of the different extant Chapters who serve together in the Inquisition's service for a discrete period of time. To be chosen by one's Chapter to serve in the Deathwatch is a great honour for any Space Marine, as only the most elite and experienced members of a Chapter are ever chosen for this extremely hazardous tour of duty, the specifics of which must be kept secret by Inquisitorial order and sacred oath even from a Deathwatch Astartes' home Chapter. Deathwatch Space Marines do not usually form the standard tactical groups like squads and companies generally used by the Adeptus Astartes. Instead, they operate as small special forces units in close-knit groups of specialists called Kill-teams. If a xenos threat is particularly dangerous, several Kill-teams may be assigned to deal with it, but if the threat is still too much for even the Deathwatch to handle, the Inquisition will be forced to turn to a full Space Marine Chapter or to multiple regiments of the Imperial Guard to deal with it. In general, if a group of Deathwatch Kill-teams cannot deal with a xenos incursion, that means that the Imperium has a major conflict on its hands and must deploy a full range of its military forces to meet the threat.
  • Deathwatch is the 12th chapter of Eragon.
  • Inne pseudonimy: Stephen Lords Aktualny status: Na wolności, uciekł z superwięzienia Raft. Uniwersum: 616 Klasa: Demon Debiut: Ghost Rider vol. 3 #1 [1990] Powiązania z grupami: Trans-Lords, Deathspawn, gang Hooda
  • Deathwatch (Advantage) A character with the Deathwatch advantage has uncanny clarity in battle, the time slows, giving the ability to study everything around. While in this state, the character loses all other contact, the body glows faintly, with unmatched swiftness.
  • right|thumb|Обложка книги правил. Deathwatch (англ. Караул смерти) — третья игра по миру Warhammer 40K от издателя Fantasy Flight Games. Предназначена для описания действий элитного отряда космических десантников под контролем Инквизиции. Выпущена в сентябре 2010 года. До релиза вышли два демонстрационных модуля по игре с кратким набором правил и предварительно сгенерированными персонажами.
  • Deathwatch (ヂスワチュ, Disuwachu) is a massive organization that controls around half of the major bounty hunting groups on the Grand Line. They act as one of the main antagonists of the second saga of Grand Voyage. After being destroyed by Dhahaka D. Knave and his crew, the organization has devolved into another simple bounty hunting group made up of the remaining executives.
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