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  • Piledriver in Professional Backyard Wrestling is also known as the Spikedetcher. There are eight legal piledrivers in Professional Backyard Wrestling.
  • In the Acceleracers series, this car was Deezel "Porkchop" Riggs' second car. Piledriver is named after the wrestling move of the same name. The body is a impact resistant thermoform polyurethane body with wide fenders mounted on a chromemoly tube chassis with pushrod suspension. The engine is a 430hp 90 degree twin turbocharged fuel injected V8 with headers mounted directly in the middle of the car coupled to a custom transmission. Intercooler tubes run over the engine. There are NO2 tanks mounted on the sides. A quad-pipe exhaust system exits out the back of the car. There are no windows but there is a roll cage with 5000 candle power lights. The car creates a vaccum effect similar to Hollowback and Jackhammer which helps it stick to the road.
  • Piledriver (Brian Philip Calusky is a member of the Wrecking Crew and fought Deadpool when his team was working for Tombstone. Deadpool mistook him for being Wrecker. Piledriver and Deadpool met in the following comics: Deadpool: Suicide Kings #4-5
  • Prawdziwe imię i nazwisko: Brian Phillip Calusky Inne pseudonimy: Ryan Sandusky Aktualny status: Aktywny Uniwersum: 616 Klasa: Nadczłowiek Narodowość: Amerykanin Debiut: Defenders #17 [1974] Powiązania z grupami: Gang Hooda, Lethal Legion, Masters of Evil, Thunderbolts, Wrecking Crew
  • Piledriver (real name: Brian Philip Calusky) is a Marvel supervillain and a member of the Wrecking Crew, along with the Wrecker, Thunderball, and Bulldozer. He is a criminal with good fighting skills, extra-large fists, and super strength. He was given his power by Loki to help take down Thor. He was also at one point a member of the Masters of Evil.
  • The Piledriver is a firearm that appears in Watch Dogs.
  • The name is taken from a piece of construction equipment, also called a pile driver, that drives countless massive impacts on the top of a large major foundation support, burying it in the ground slowly with each impact. The act of performing a piledriver is called "piledriving." Someone who has recently been the victim of a piledriver is said to have been "piledriven" (e.g. "The wrestler was piledriven into the canvas").
  • You smash your hammer into the ground and deal a large amount of damage to nearby targets. Exploits impaired state. Consumes all hammer resources. * Active * Cast time : Instant * Recast time : Instant * AP Cost : 27 * PBAoE: Affects up to 6 enemies in a 5 meter radius around you. * Consumes all Hammer Resources. * You smash your hammer into the ground,creating a PBAoE that deals 51 - 102 physical damage, based on the number of resources consumed. If the attack hits an Impaired enemy, you receive a single stack of the Critical Rating effect. Each stack increases your Critical Rating by 40 for 8 seconds. The Critical Rating effect can stack up to 5 times.
  • Piledriver é um nome coletivo dado a uma certa variedade de golpes de pro wrestling. Estes golpes possuem em comum o fato do atacante colocar o oponente de cabeça para baixo, depois caindo sentados ou de joelhos, levando a cabeça do oponente ao chão. Piledrivers são extremamente perigosos, pois se botchado levemente, o wrestler a receber tal golpe corre um risco sério de lesões graves. Um piledriver executado perfeitamente dentro do Kayfabe consiste na cabeça do receptor tocando levemente no chão, ou nem tocando no chão. __TOC__
  • A piledriver is a wrestling driver move in which the wrestler grabs his opponent, turns him upside-down, and drops into a sitting or kneeling position, driving the opponent's head into the mat. The most common piledrivers are the basic belly-to-back, or Texas piledriver, and the belly-to-belly tombstone piledriver popularized by The Undertaker, but many more intricate variants are in use.
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Main Character
  • Brian Calusky; Brian Calusky 03.JPG
  • Piledriver; bio-piledriver.jpg
Attack
  • 2
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Reload
  • Fast
type of villain
  • Supervillain / Fighter / Brute
Stamina
  • 4
Evasion
  • 3
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Range
  • Low
Defense
  • 3
Goals
  • Enjoy beating up his enemies , crush anyone who stands in the Wrecking CRew's way.
Games
  • Watch Dogs
Stability
  • Low
Origin
  • The Defenders
Rate
  • High
Skills
  • Superhuman strength, superhuman durability, fighting
Series
  • AcceleRacers Metal Maniacs #2
Slot
  • Close-quarter
Name
  • Piledriver
Type
  • Burst-Fire Shotgun
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  • ,
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ComicMarvelWiki
  • Defenders Vol 1 17
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  • ; Brian Calusky from Marvel Zombies Vol 2 3 001.jpg
Alias
  • Piledriver
Hobby
  • Beating up his opponents.
Price
  • Free
Class
  • Bruiser
Ammo
  • 6
Description
  • Brian Calusky landed in Ryker's and became friends with the Wrecker, joining him on his infamous jailbreak to recover his crowbar. When lightning struck, Calusky absorbed part of the crowbar's power, and became Piledriver.
Years
  • 2005
Others
  • Triumvirate of Terror; Piledriver 002.JPG
Accuracy
  • 2
Occupation
  • Member of the Wrecking Crew, criminal, farmhand , fighter
Metal
  • No
Fullname
  • Brian Philip Calusky
Damage
  • High
Gender
  • Male
Health
  • 3
Television
  • 8096
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  • ()
Designer
Size
  • 300
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FirstComic
  • Defenders Vol. 1 #17
Video Games
  • 6109
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  • |-|SO33= Special Operations - Masters of Evil: Headhunting
  • A piledriver is a wrestling driver move in which the wrestler grabs his opponent, turns him upside-down, and drops into a sitting or kneeling position, driving the opponent's head into the mat. The most common piledrivers are the basic belly-to-back, or Texas piledriver, and the belly-to-belly tombstone piledriver popularized by The Undertaker, but many more intricate variants are in use. Piledrivers are generally considered to be one of the more dangerous maneuvers in wrestling because of the impact on the head and compression of the neck; if even slightly botched, the move can cause serious injury, even paralysis. A standard kayfabe piledriver properly done has the head barely touching the ground, if at all. A standard piledriver is banned in World Wrestling Entertainment, although they are still used on rare occasions. It is also considered an automatic disqualification in pro wrestling matches held in Memphis, Tennessee, as the move is banned in that city. (Jerry Lawler, a wrestler and promoter in that city, uses a piledriver as one of his finishing moves.) In some promotions in the United Kingdom, the move can result in not only a disqualification, but a fine. In Mexico, the piledriver (called a Martinete) is an automatic disqualification. A Martinete generally refers to the tombstone piledriver and/or its variations, but it is also used for other variations.
  • Piledriver in Professional Backyard Wrestling is also known as the Spikedetcher. There are eight legal piledrivers in Professional Backyard Wrestling.
  • In the Acceleracers series, this car was Deezel "Porkchop" Riggs' second car. Piledriver is named after the wrestling move of the same name. The body is a impact resistant thermoform polyurethane body with wide fenders mounted on a chromemoly tube chassis with pushrod suspension. The engine is a 430hp 90 degree twin turbocharged fuel injected V8 with headers mounted directly in the middle of the car coupled to a custom transmission. Intercooler tubes run over the engine. There are NO2 tanks mounted on the sides. A quad-pipe exhaust system exits out the back of the car. There are no windows but there is a roll cage with 5000 candle power lights. The car creates a vaccum effect similar to Hollowback and Jackhammer which helps it stick to the road.
  • You smash your hammer into the ground and deal a large amount of damage to nearby targets. Exploits impaired state. Consumes all hammer resources. * Active * Cast time : Instant * Recast time : Instant * AP Cost : 27 * PBAoE: Affects up to 6 enemies in a 5 meter radius around you. * Consumes all Hammer Resources. * You smash your hammer into the ground,creating a PBAoE that deals 51 - 102 physical damage, based on the number of resources consumed. If the attack hits an Impaired enemy, you receive a single stack of the Critical Rating effect. Each stack increases your Critical Rating by 40 for 8 seconds. The Critical Rating effect can stack up to 5 times. See also:
  • Piledriver (Brian Philip Calusky is a member of the Wrecking Crew and fought Deadpool when his team was working for Tombstone. Deadpool mistook him for being Wrecker. Piledriver and Deadpool met in the following comics: Deadpool: Suicide Kings #4-5
  • Prawdziwe imię i nazwisko: Brian Phillip Calusky Inne pseudonimy: Ryan Sandusky Aktualny status: Aktywny Uniwersum: 616 Klasa: Nadczłowiek Narodowość: Amerykanin Debiut: Defenders #17 [1974] Powiązania z grupami: Gang Hooda, Lethal Legion, Masters of Evil, Thunderbolts, Wrecking Crew
  • Piledriver (real name: Brian Philip Calusky) is a Marvel supervillain and a member of the Wrecking Crew, along with the Wrecker, Thunderball, and Bulldozer. He is a criminal with good fighting skills, extra-large fists, and super strength. He was given his power by Loki to help take down Thor. He was also at one point a member of the Masters of Evil.
  • The Piledriver is a firearm that appears in Watch Dogs.
  • Piledriver é um nome coletivo dado a uma certa variedade de golpes de pro wrestling. Estes golpes possuem em comum o fato do atacante colocar o oponente de cabeça para baixo, depois caindo sentados ou de joelhos, levando a cabeça do oponente ao chão. Piledrivers são extremamente perigosos, pois se botchado levemente, o wrestler a receber tal golpe corre um risco sério de lesões graves. Um piledriver executado perfeitamente dentro do Kayfabe consiste na cabeça do receptor tocando levemente no chão, ou nem tocando no chão. Em algumas promoções, Piledrivers são proibidos, como é o caso da WWE, apesar de uma exceção para The Undertaker e Kane (principalmente o primeiro) estar ativa, pois estes wrestlers possuem experiência com tal golpe. Em algumas promoções do Reino Unido, além de ser proibido tal golpe, pode-se ainda pagar uma fiança por usá-lo. __TOC__
  • The name is taken from a piece of construction equipment, also called a pile driver, that drives countless massive impacts on the top of a large major foundation support, burying it in the ground slowly with each impact. The act of performing a piledriver is called "piledriving." Someone who has recently been the victim of a piledriver is said to have been "piledriven" (e.g. "The wrestler was piledriven into the canvas").