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  • An Airship (unofficial) is an aerial transportation vehicle in Remnant. They are first seen in "Ruby Rose", in which they are used to transport students to Beacon Academy. They make another appearance in "Welcome to Beacon", presumably dropping off the exchange students Ruby Rose mentioned.
  • Airship is a magazine story.
  • Airship was set in the year 1988.
  • An Airship is a power-driven aircraft that is kept buoyant by a body of gas (typically helium, formerly hydrogen) that is lighter than air.
  • An Airship was a flying vehicle that was commonly used in Metru Nui as a method of cargo transport.
  • "Technology allows everything from spring-heeled boots to automatic lock-picks, to steam powered armor, tanks, and even fabulous flying machines like gnomish airships and goblin zeppelins". Goblin zeppelins are also called airships. The Icecrown gunships are sometimes called airships on the official community site and in several spells and files. The 'gunships' above the Isle of Conquest are called Airships in-game, showing it is an alternate name. The World of Warcraft Battle Chest Guide may refer to zeppelins as airships at times.[citation needed]
  • Airships were lighter-than-air vessels frequently used in Dragonhollow to travel vast distances. A fixture of nearly every throughout every era, Eris used airships to connect her people to places of interest around the planet.
  • The Academy City airships (飛行船 Hikōsen?) or Blimps are lighter-than-air aircraft that can be steered and propelled through the air using rudders and propellers or other thrust mechanisms. It is one of the most recognizable features of Academy City, probably second only to the Three-bladed Propeller wind turbines
  • Depending on the type of airship, a variety of crafting skills are needed to produce it. There are still two functioning Zepplins, both of which remained from World War 3 and where kept in good condition by their owners. One, named the "Ming", is owned by the chinese branch of Schwarz Kreuz and their parters, the Triads, the other one, simply named "Zeppelin", is owned by PREUSS.
  • Airships were a type of flying vehicle operated in many different areas of the Matoran Universe, usually for the purpose of transporting cargo.
  • Airships, also known as dirigibles, were a form of aircraft used on various worlds. The reptilian race known as Betrushians developed dirigibles as a means of travel. (PROSE: St Anthony's Fire) The Hoothi used dirigibles known as Hoothi spheres. (PROSE: Love and War, AUDIO: Love and War) The R101 was an airship. (AUDIO: Storm Warning) Zeppelins were a form of airship. (AUDIO: Storm Warning)
  • Airships are large floating fortress ships used by the Koopa Troop to attack distant targets from the air or space. Airships tend to be mounted with numerous cannons, Bill Blasters, and other weaponry, and are heavily occupied by Bowser's forces and Princess Peach is usually kept captive in Bowser's Airship.
  • An airship or dirigible is a lighter-than-air aircraft that can be directed on its course through the air using rudders and propellers or other thrust. Unlike other aerodynamic aircraft, such as fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters, airships and balloons stay aloft by filling a large cavity, such as a balloon, with a lifting gas. For a complete article on these fantastic machines, see the Wikipedia.
  • Air unit that attacks 4, defends at 0, moves 2. Can end move at sea. Can strategically bomb.
  • The airship is the first dungeon in Alundra 2, and where the game begins.
  • The only one that is of Ultimate quality is the Ruby level. The rest are of Superior quality.
  • An Airship sometimes referred to as an airboat or skyship is a boat like vehicle which is able to soar through the air via one of multiple propulsion devices. The airship has been used throughout history for transportation of passengers, transportation of cargo and fishing for flying fish.
  • Map Name: Airship Room Limit: 6 * /join Airship * Greenguard Forest Map
  • Airship is the fourth area in Zack & Wiki:Quest for Barbaros' Treasure. Airship is one of the two areas that contains only one level, the other being Pirate Ship.
  • An airship or dirigible is a type of lighter-than-air aircraft that can be steered and propelled through the air using rudders and propellers or other thrust mechanisms. Unlike aircraft such as airplanes and helicopters, which produce lift by moving a wing through the air, lighter-than-air aircraft stay aloft by having a large "envelope" filled with a gas which is less dense than the surrounding atmosphere.
  • The Vigoorian Airship is the only way foreigners are able to access the secret and mysterious Vigoor Empire. It is a Zeppelin-class dirigible which works with some sort of helium-like gas that allows it to float, It´s also moved by propellers set by the sides of the balloon. It runs on it´s own electrical power. By the time of the Dark Dragon Blade Incident, the crew was apparently absent (probably evacuated by the SAT forces, looking to keep the crewmen safe from the siege and hunt of Ryu Hayabusa) and it´s unknown how many men were necessary to pilot.
  • Airships are a form of travel that emerged in the Four Lands during the time of the Druid Walker Boh. They are powered by diapson crystal technology and were instrumental to Walker Boh's expedition to the far-off land mass of Parkasia. The advent of airships profoundly changed forever the nature of travel and commerce in the Four Lands. They soon became the specialty of Rovers, who were already nomadic people by nature. Airships are often named after famous people or places.
  • An airship is a huge, helium or hydrogen gas filled balloon with a passenger gondola attached underneath the balloon. The gondola has the control cabin, bathrooms and the bedrooms. In the zombie apocalypse they would be very useful. Here are the advantages and disadvantages. Advantages Disadvantages * Airships are hard to find. * If they are filled with hydrogen, then they are flammable and can catch of fire easily. * They are fairly unstable and flimsy, so if there is a storm, they can crash easily.
  • The Saturdays' super-fast airship, built by Doc Saturday, is the family's main mode of transportation when traveling the world. It is equipped with a far-range satellite communication antenna. It can withstand high atmospheric pressure. The Saturdays' airship runs on solar energy and produces no pollution, they get the energy through a Solar Collector on the top of the airship combined with stored energy from the supercell. The Monday Airship,however, runs on darkness. This makes it near impossible to use it in this dimension.
  • Prior to Episode 10 in Ragnarok Online, an NPC offered warps to Juno. Once Episode 10 was implemented, the NPC was replaced with the airship transport system. In RO, there are 2 airship routes: domestic and international. The domestic airship takes players all over the Schwarzwald Republic while the international airship takes players between the countries of Rune-Midgarts, Arunafeltz, and Schwarzwald. Domestic * Hugel → Juno → Einbroch → Lighthalzen * Lighthalzen → Einbroch → Juno → Hugel International * Juno → Izlude → Rael * Rael → Izlude → Juno
  • Some time after the fall of the Master, the Brotherhood of Steel constructed airships (zeppelins) and dispatched them to the east, to locate and assess to the extent of the remaining super mutant threat. However, a great storm broke and blew the main airship far off course. The ship suffered severe damage, with smaller sections torn loose from the main craft, never to be seen again. The damage caused by the storm also claimed many of the Air Convoy leaders, including Paladin Latham. By the time of Fallout 4, the Brotherhood of Steel makes use of airship technology in the Commonwealth.
  • Airships are Lighter than Air Aircraft that fly by using a "lifting gas" that is lighter than the atmosphere surrounding the ship. Also know as Dirigibles, These wonders of the sky could reach up to 800 feet in length.Unlike aerodynamic vehicles such as fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters which stay aloft by moving an airfoil through the air in order to produce lift, aerostatic craft such as airships and balloons stay aloft by filling a large cavity with lighter than air gas.
  • Airships were the first aircraft to enable controlled, powered flight, and were widely used before the 1940s but their use decreased over time as their capabilities were surpassed by those of airplanes. Their decline was accelerated by a series of high-profile accidents: the crash of the British airship R101 on 5 October 1930, the storm-related crash of the American airship USS Akron on April 4, 1933 and the burning of the hydrogen-filled German Zeppelin Hindenburg on 6 Mai 1937.
  • An airship or dirigible is a type of aerostat or lighter-than-air aircraft that can be steered and propelled through the air using rudders and propellers or other thrust mechanisms. Unlike aircraft that use aerodynamics, such as fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters that produce lift by moving an airfoil through the air, aerostatic aircraft stay aloft by having a large "envelope" filled with a lifting gas that is less dense than the surrounding air. In early dirigibles, the lifting gas used was hydrogen, despite widespread concern due to its flammability.
  • The Airship is a common reoccuring area in Mario video games. Typically, the airship marks the level of a boss, where the player will have to travel across the airship to the boss. Airships are usually used as one of Bowser's main forms of transport. The airship's are large propellor and rocket engine-driven ships that can soar through the sky. They are most commonly equipped with cannons, Bullet Bill and Bob-Omb.
  • The Airship, also known as the Ghost Airship, is a major location in Rule of Rose. Based on real airships, the airship is a place the children pretend they are on instead of being in Rose Garden Orphanage. The children's fantasy and imagery depicts the airship as a giant koi. Most of the rooms on the airship are the equivalent to or represent a room in the orphanage (though the layout varies, for example, the Club Room on the same floor as the Sick Room).
  • Airships are a type of aircraft, a subclass of aerostat, that rely on light-than-air buoyancy for most of their lift characteristics, but unlike balloons, have powered-movement and are able to go from location to location without being borne on the wind. There are three types of airships, non-rigid airships or blimps, semi-rigid airships, and rigid-airships or dirigeables.
  • According to the Naver Blog, the first time the transport was historically recorded was when the Chase needed to get to the floating continent of Xenia, and the accompanying image suggests that the airship was taken in a port in either Serdin or Kanavan. The second time, they were offered an airship by Gilberta of Zeruel to reach the old capital of Kounat. She lends it to them in light of their pursuit of Ashtaroth.
  • Airships are the primary mode of aerial transportation, and so dominant that when Gil shows Agatha his [ "falling machine"] [[Chronology - Volume #|✣ ]] (or, as he'd probably prefer to think of it, his flyer), it's the only heavier-than-air flying machine that we'll see for quite some time. Furthermore, in a world where those in power would rather build piston-leg vehicles than maintain roads, and rail transit is the domain of religious fanatics, airships are an overall primary means of transportation for those who can afford them. In the world of Girl Genius, airships work.
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  • 1
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  • Depends on level
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  • Airship
Quests
  • ''' *Fiends in High Places *A Whirled Wide Traveler *Boiler Spoiler *This Fight Will Dragon *Things Are Looking Up *Don't Get Mad, Get Gladius
Monsters
  • ''' *Sky Pirate Draconian *Rehydrated Gell Oh No *Sky Pirate Dragon *Gladius
Giftable
  • Non-Giftable
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  • 8000
NPCs
Item
  • Alundra 2 Herb
  • Strange Key
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  • A pilot and crew
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  • 1
  • 4
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  • N/A
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  • X
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Operators
Defense
  • Depends on level
Reason
  • how exactly does Brooks describe this information on pages 27 to 31? Other sources write that Zeppelin purchased a release from an exclusive contract between Berg and Schwarz. This discrepancy needs clarifying or fixing.
  • where is this San Julian located, there are several, and cite would be helpful
Games
  • FOT, FO4
Date
  • 2011-07-29
  • March 2010
  • April 2011
Series
Status
  • In use
Appearance
  • First appeared in zOMG!
Role
  • Transport
Introduced
  • 2009-04-01
Name
  • Story
  • ???
  • Airship
Type
  • Vehicles
  • Other
  • Vehicle
  • Airship
Function
  • Transporting goods
desc
  • MAYDAY! MAYDAY! Captain Stratos of King Alteon's Skyguard has just reported that his airship is under attack! Gladius and his Draconian Sky Pirates have invaded The Phereless and the Skyguard needs your assistance!
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  • Thomas & Friends 515
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  • Herb
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  • Yes
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Reference
  • --06-30
  • Lueger, Otto: Lexikon der gesamten Technik und ihrer Hilfswissenschaften, Bd. 1 Stuttgart, Leipzig 1920. digital scan
  • Brooks, Peter, Zeppelin: Rigid Airships 1893–1940, 2004, ISBN 0-85177-845-3
  • Brooks, Peter, W., Zeppelin: Rigid Airships 1893–1940, Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992, ISBN 1-56098-228-4
Max Speed
  • 19
Group
  • note
Pages
  • 6
Music
  • "Demon Doll"
Letters
Enemies
  • Android
  • Android Captain
Class
  • E
liststyle
  • lower-roman
TAB
  • Image Gallery
  • Overview
Cost
  • 2000
Purpose
  • Transportation
Image
  • File:Airship1.png
Notes
  • ''' *Resembles the ship area of Lolosia *This area was initially to be deleted after the black friday shop release but due to overwhelming requests it will be added as a permanent storyline, but the items from Stratos' shop have disappeared and will never be seen again.
Quality
  • Ultimate
Episodes
  • 1
Script
Published
  • 2000
  • 2007-07-04
Image desc
  • The wrecked airship in Osceolla
Art
Source
NEXT
Shops
  • Rare: Skyguard Outfitters
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  • Lig
  • Brooks1992
  • Brooks2004
  • Lueger1920
Location
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carrying capacity
  • 130
abstract
  • Airships were the first aircraft to enable controlled, powered flight, and were widely used before the 1940s but their use decreased over time as their capabilities were surpassed by those of airplanes. Their decline was accelerated by a series of high-profile accidents: the crash of the British airship R101 on 5 October 1930, the storm-related crash of the American airship USS Akron on April 4, 1933 and the burning of the hydrogen-filled German Zeppelin Hindenburg on 6 Mai 1937. In the 21st century, airships have been used in advertising, tourism, camera platforms for sporting events, geological surveys, and aerial observation, applications where the ability to hover in one place for an extended period outweighs the need for speed and maneuverability.
  • An Airship (unofficial) is an aerial transportation vehicle in Remnant. They are first seen in "Ruby Rose", in which they are used to transport students to Beacon Academy. They make another appearance in "Welcome to Beacon", presumably dropping off the exchange students Ruby Rose mentioned.
  • Some time after the fall of the Master, the Brotherhood of Steel constructed airships (zeppelins) and dispatched them to the east, to locate and assess to the extent of the remaining super mutant threat. However, a great storm broke and blew the main airship far off course. The ship suffered severe damage, with smaller sections torn loose from the main craft, never to be seen again. The damage caused by the storm also claimed many of the Air Convoy leaders, including Paladin Latham. The command zeppelin remained aloft, thanks to the efforts of the surviving crew, who managed to keep the wounded vessel airborne until it reached the outskirts of Chicago. There the ship crashed and those who had lasted through both storm and the crash-landing eventually formed the Midwestern Brotherhood of Steel, a new organization, which diverged greatly from the ideals of the old Brotherhood. One of the wrecked zeppelins can be found near the area later known as Osceolla. It was there that Paladin Latham, having somehow survived his ejection from the airship, established his main base after taking the name of Gammorin and becoming leader of the super mutants to be found there. By the time of Fallout 4, the Brotherhood of Steel makes use of airship technology in the Commonwealth. * When talking to Kells he can be asked about other airships.
  • Airships are the primary mode of aerial transportation, and so dominant that when Gil shows Agatha his [ "falling machine"] [[Chronology - Volume #|✣ ]] (or, as he'd probably prefer to think of it, his flyer), it's the only heavier-than-air flying machine that we'll see for quite some time. Furthermore, in a world where those in power would rather build piston-leg vehicles than maintain roads, and rail transit is the domain of religious fanatics, airships are an overall primary means of transportation for those who can afford them. In the world of Girl Genius, airships work. Airships serve not only as transports but also, of course, as weapons systems. In addition to the ones bearing guns for air-to-air combat (which is to say, most of them), Klaus maintains a fleet of "bomber" airships for both suppression and containment missions. He gets ... distracted ... before he gets to use them in this [ particular appearance] [[Chronology - Volume #|✣ ]], which is just as well. In general, airships are Really Cool, and there is much more to be said about them.
  • Airships are a type of aircraft, a subclass of aerostat, that rely on light-than-air buoyancy for most of their lift characteristics, but unlike balloons, have powered-movement and are able to go from location to location without being borne on the wind. There are three types of airships, non-rigid airships or blimps, semi-rigid airships, and rigid-airships or dirigeables. The genericized trademark zeppelin in the specific case refers to dirigeables, and in the non-specialist sense, refers to all airships. Blimps in the specific sens are only non-rigid airships, but in the general sense also applies to semi-rigid ones, and in the non-specialist refers to all airships. Dirigeables in the specific sense refers to only rigid airships, but in the general sense refers to also semi-rigid airships. The buoyancy liftgas used in airships are typically hydrogen, helium, or hot air, or some combination of these. Theoretically, lowered density air or vacuum can also be used for lift, but the weight of the container for such a system is prohibitive. To counteract lift, these vehicles also contain ballast, which can be dumped to increase lift, and venting systems to decrease the liftgas to decrease lift. Ballast is usually sand or water, though some systems use air, or lowly compressed air, which is easily replaceable from outside air.
  • Airships are a form of travel that emerged in the Four Lands during the time of the Druid Walker Boh. They are powered by diapson crystal technology and were instrumental to Walker Boh's expedition to the far-off land mass of Parkasia. The advent of airships profoundly changed forever the nature of travel and commerce in the Four Lands. They soon became the specialty of Rovers, who were already nomadic people by nature. Some time after the Rover Redden Alt Mer taught Bek Ohmsford about the vessels, Bek and his wife Rue Meridian started a transport business using airships. Centuries later, the is still in the airship business: Railing Ohmsford's great-grandson Paxon Leah was running his family's freighter business when he was recruited by Aphenglow Elessedil to become the Blade of the Ard Rhys. Airships are often named after famous people or places.
  • Airships are Lighter than Air Aircraft that fly by using a "lifting gas" that is lighter than the atmosphere surrounding the ship. Also know as Dirigibles, These wonders of the sky could reach up to 800 feet in length.Unlike aerodynamic vehicles such as fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters which stay aloft by moving an airfoil through the air in order to produce lift, aerostatic craft such as airships and balloons stay aloft by filling a large cavity with lighter than air gas. Airships were the first aircraft to make controlled, powered flight. They were widely used prior to the 1940's. Their use decreased over time as their capabilities were surpassed by those of airplanes. A series of high-profile accidents, including the 1937 burning of the hydrogen-filled Hindenburg at Lakehurst, New Jersey, furthered their decline. Airships are still used today in certain niche applications however, including advertising and sightseeing.n many countries, airships are also known as dirigibles from the French dirigeable, meaning "steerable." The first airships were called dirigible balloons. Over time, the word balloon was dropped from the phrase. In the modern usage, balloon refers to buoyant aircraft that generally rely on wind currents for movement, though vertical movement can be controlled in both. The term zeppelin is a genericised trademark that originally referred to airships manufactured by the Zeppelin Company. Their crafts' names were usually prefixed with the word Luftschiff, German for "airship". In modern common usage, the terms zeppelin, dirigible and airship are used interchangeably for any type of rigid airship, with the terms blimp or airship alone used to describe non-rigid airships. Although the blimp also qualifies as a "dirigible", the term is seldom used with blimps. In modern technical usage, airship is the term used for all aircraft of this type, with zeppelin referring only to aircraft of that manufacture, and blimp referring only to non-rigid airships.
  • Airship is a magazine story.
  • Airship was set in the year 1988.
  • An Airship is a power-driven aircraft that is kept buoyant by a body of gas (typically helium, formerly hydrogen) that is lighter than air.
  • An Airship was a flying vehicle that was commonly used in Metru Nui as a method of cargo transport.
  • The Saturdays' super-fast airship, built by Doc Saturday, is the family's main mode of transportation when traveling the world. It is equipped with a far-range satellite communication antenna. It can withstand high atmospheric pressure. The Saturdays' airship runs on solar energy and produces no pollution, they get the energy through a Solar Collector on the top of the airship combined with stored energy from the supercell. The Monday Airship,however, runs on darkness. This makes it near impossible to use it in this dimension. Neither the Saturdays' nor the Mondays' airship requires filling any type of fuel (excluding by technicality energy made via solar panels). Presumably, their engines are some form of coil motor that interacts with the Earth's electromagnetic field. The ship is armed with minimal means of defence (only a few missiles on the pylons), and due to poor maneuverability, not suitable for aerial combat. To compensate for this shortcoming, Doc Saturday created a "parasitic" fighter named the "Griffin", which is stored in the ship's hangar. The ship's hull, paradoxically, is strong enough to withstand a fire. In addition, thanks to Komodo's camouflage ability, the airship can be rendered temporarily invisible. This use of his physical capabilities,however,tends to annoy Komodo.
  • "Technology allows everything from spring-heeled boots to automatic lock-picks, to steam powered armor, tanks, and even fabulous flying machines like gnomish airships and goblin zeppelins". Goblin zeppelins are also called airships. The Icecrown gunships are sometimes called airships on the official community site and in several spells and files. The 'gunships' above the Isle of Conquest are called Airships in-game, showing it is an alternate name. The World of Warcraft Battle Chest Guide may refer to zeppelins as airships at times.[citation needed]
  • Airships were lighter-than-air vessels frequently used in Dragonhollow to travel vast distances. A fixture of nearly every throughout every era, Eris used airships to connect her people to places of interest around the planet.
  • An airship or dirigible is a type of aerostat or lighter-than-air aircraft that can be steered and propelled through the air using rudders and propellers or other thrust mechanisms. Unlike aircraft that use aerodynamics, such as fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters that produce lift by moving an airfoil through the air, aerostatic aircraft stay aloft by having a large "envelope" filled with a lifting gas that is less dense than the surrounding air. In early dirigibles, the lifting gas used was hydrogen, despite widespread concern due to its flammability. The alternative, helium, is nonflammable, but rare in most parts of the world. Large amounts of it were discovered in the United States. Thus, for a while, helium was rarely used for airships outside the United States. All modern airships, made since the 1960s, have used helium. The main types of airship are nonrigid blimps, semirigid airship, and rigid airship. Blimps are pressure airships where internal pressure, maintained by forcing air into an internal ballonet, is used to maintain both the shape of the airship and its structural integrity. Semirigid airships maintain the envelope shape by internal pressure, but have some form of internal support such as a fixed keel to which control and engine gondolas, stabilizers, and steering surfaces are mounted. Rigid airships have a structural framework which maintains the shape and carries all loads such as gondolas and engines. The framework contains numerous balloons, known as "gas cells" or "gasbags" which supply static lift without having to bear any structural loading. Rigid airships are often called zeppelins, as the type was invented by Count Zeppelin and the vast majority of rigid airships built were manufactured by the firm he founded. Airships were the first aircraft to enable controlled, powered flight, and were widely used before the 1940s, but their use decreased over time as their capabilities were surpassed by those of aeroplanes. Their decline continued with a series of high-profile accidents, including the 1937 burning of the hydrogen-filled Hindenburg, and the destruction of the USS Akron. In the 21st century airships have been used in advertising, tourism, camera platforms for sporting events, geological surveys, and aerial observation - applications where the ability to hover in one place for an extended period outweighs the need for speed and maneuverability.
  • The Academy City airships (飛行船 Hikōsen?) or Blimps are lighter-than-air aircraft that can be steered and propelled through the air using rudders and propellers or other thrust mechanisms. It is one of the most recognizable features of Academy City, probably second only to the Three-bladed Propeller wind turbines
  • The Airship, also known as the Ghost Airship, is a major location in Rule of Rose. Based on real airships, the airship is a place the children pretend they are on instead of being in Rose Garden Orphanage. The children's fantasy and imagery depicts the airship as a giant koi. Most of the rooms on the airship are the equivalent to or represent a room in the orphanage (though the layout varies, for example, the Club Room on the same floor as the Sick Room). Most of the game is set on the airship as opposed to the orphanage, thus the area is a larger explore and there are more places for events to happen. Jennifer states that she "couldn't bear" playing Airship with the other children as an airship's fatal crash caused the ill fate of her parents.
  • Depending on the type of airship, a variety of crafting skills are needed to produce it. There are still two functioning Zepplins, both of which remained from World War 3 and where kept in good condition by their owners. One, named the "Ming", is owned by the chinese branch of Schwarz Kreuz and their parters, the Triads, the other one, simply named "Zeppelin", is owned by PREUSS.
  • An airship is a huge, helium or hydrogen gas filled balloon with a passenger gondola attached underneath the balloon. The gondola has the control cabin, bathrooms and the bedrooms. In the zombie apocalypse they would be very useful. Here are the advantages and disadvantages. Advantages * The biggest advantage of having an airship in the apocalypse is the zombies can't get you as you'll be high in the sky. * Airships can stay afloat for weeks. This is another huge advantage because unlike planes or helicopters who have to land after a while, airships will remain afloat for a very long time. * You can easily kill zombies from the sky. From an airship you can easily snipe down the undead or drop bombs onto them. * Airships are very fuel efficient. Disadvantages * Airships are hard to find. * If they are filled with hydrogen, then they are flammable and can catch of fire easily. * They are fairly unstable and flimsy, so if there is a storm, they can crash easily.
  • Airships were a type of flying vehicle operated in many different areas of the Matoran Universe, usually for the purpose of transporting cargo.
  • The Airship is a common reoccuring area in Mario video games. Typically, the airship marks the level of a boss, where the player will have to travel across the airship to the boss. Airships are usually used as one of Bowser's main forms of transport. The airship's are large propellor and rocket engine-driven ships that can soar through the sky. They are most commonly equipped with cannons, Bullet Bill and Bob-Omb. Airships are shaped identical to large wooden ships, however instead of sails they have propellors. On the front of the airships are usually Bowser's face. In New Super Mario Bros. U, each Koopaling got a personal airship which was smaller in size and had the respective Koopaling's head and features on it.
  • According to the Naver Blog, the first time the transport was historically recorded was when the Chase needed to get to the floating continent of Xenia, and the accompanying image suggests that the airship was taken in a port in either Serdin or Kanavan. The second time, they were offered an airship by Gilberta of Zeruel to reach the old capital of Kounat. She lends it to them in light of their pursuit of Ashtaroth. The third time, the Chase conveniently find a Kounatian Airship that survived the annihilation of Kounat and use it to return to Serdin. However, Talin Elfbane ambushes them and attempts to get his revenge.
  • Airships, also known as dirigibles, were a form of aircraft used on various worlds. The reptilian race known as Betrushians developed dirigibles as a means of travel. (PROSE: St Anthony's Fire) The Hoothi used dirigibles known as Hoothi spheres. (PROSE: Love and War, AUDIO: Love and War) The R101 was an airship. (AUDIO: Storm Warning) Zeppelins were a form of airship. (AUDIO: Storm Warning)
  • Airships are large floating fortress ships used by the Koopa Troop to attack distant targets from the air or space. Airships tend to be mounted with numerous cannons, Bill Blasters, and other weaponry, and are heavily occupied by Bowser's forces and Princess Peach is usually kept captive in Bowser's Airship.
  • An airship or dirigible is a lighter-than-air aircraft that can be directed on its course through the air using rudders and propellers or other thrust. Unlike other aerodynamic aircraft, such as fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters, airships and balloons stay aloft by filling a large cavity, such as a balloon, with a lifting gas. For a complete article on these fantastic machines, see the Wikipedia.
  • Air unit that attacks 4, defends at 0, moves 2. Can end move at sea. Can strategically bomb.
  • The airship is the first dungeon in Alundra 2, and where the game begins.
  • The only one that is of Ultimate quality is the Ruby level. The rest are of Superior quality.
  • An airship or dirigible is a type of lighter-than-air aircraft that can be steered and propelled through the air using rudders and propellers or other thrust mechanisms. Unlike aircraft such as airplanes and helicopters, which produce lift by moving a wing through the air, lighter-than-air aircraft stay aloft by having a large "envelope" filled with a gas which is less dense than the surrounding atmosphere. The main types of airship are non-rigid (or blimps), semi-rigid and rigid. Blimps are "pressure" airships where internal pressure, maintained by forcing air into an internal ballonet, is used to both maintain the shape of the airship and its structural integrity. Semi-rigid airships maintain the envelope shape by internal pressure, but have some form of internal support such as a fixed keel to which control and engine gondolas and stabilizers and steering surfaces are mounted. Rigid airships have a structural framework which maintain the shape and carries all loads such as those from gondolas and engines.
  • The Vigoorian Airship is the only way foreigners are able to access the secret and mysterious Vigoor Empire. It is a Zeppelin-class dirigible which works with some sort of helium-like gas that allows it to float, It´s also moved by propellers set by the sides of the balloon. It runs on it´s own electrical power. By the time of the Dark Dragon Blade Incident, the crew was apparently absent (probably evacuated by the SAT forces, looking to keep the crewmen safe from the siege and hunt of Ryu Hayabusa) and it´s unknown how many men were necessary to pilot. Inside, the airship has a wide habitable space. The cockpit is a high-tech room with several radar screens, complex controls and state-of-the-art holographic maps, this cockpit is accessible by an elevator situated in the Captain´s office. We can also find inside a Cargo room, luxurious passenger bedrooms, a kitchen and a file room, that can only be opened with a Crew card found on a SAT operative. The upper areas are manteniance rooms, where the balloon can be easily reached in order to fix it. The backside of the airship has a room where the electrical plant is located, said room can only be reached using the cables that connect it to the main area. Apparently, the airship is constantly scorted by a SAT task force, in order to prevent intruders (like Ryu) access the Empire without proper authorisation, or avoid "undesirables" reaching their soil. The airship apparently never lifts up to 5000 feet, since there seems to be no "suck" present with the broken windows or outside, meaning that there´s a stable (and livable) pressure inside and outside.
  • An Airship sometimes referred to as an airboat or skyship is a boat like vehicle which is able to soar through the air via one of multiple propulsion devices. The airship has been used throughout history for transportation of passengers, transportation of cargo and fishing for flying fish.
  • Map Name: Airship Room Limit: 6 * /join Airship * Greenguard Forest Map
  • Prior to Episode 10 in Ragnarok Online, an NPC offered warps to Juno. Once Episode 10 was implemented, the NPC was replaced with the airship transport system. In RO, there are 2 airship routes: domestic and international. The domestic airship takes players all over the Schwarzwald Republic while the international airship takes players between the countries of Rune-Midgarts, Arunafeltz, and Schwarzwald. Domestic * Hugel → Juno → Einbroch → Lighthalzen * Lighthalzen → Einbroch → Juno → Hugel International * Juno → Izlude → Rael * Rael → Izlude → Juno Each airship follows a linear route and doesn't divert from their established route. Unlike the airship from games like World of Warcraft, the airship in RO doesn't actually "dock" in each location but instead moves constantly back and forth on their route. Because of this, players going onto the airship may find themselves flying back to the very town they supposedly left. Airship usage typically incurs a boarding fee of 1,200 Zeny, which can be waived with a Free Ticket for Flyship (compared to Ragnarok's airship fee which is 5,000 Zeny per passenger). Players switching between the domestic and international airships at the Juno layover will not be charged an extra boarding fee as long as they don't leave the airport. The international airship is prone to monster attacks that reference the airship attack in the Ragnarok manhwa. Players may participate in defending the ship by helping kill the monsters or they may head below deck to wait out the assault. When under attack, the flight will be interrupted and won't continue to the next destination until the monster attack is over.
  • Airship is the fourth area in Zack & Wiki:Quest for Barbaros' Treasure. Airship is one of the two areas that contains only one level, the other being Pirate Ship.
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