PropertyValue
rdf:type
rdfs:label
  • Beacon
  • Beacon
rdfs:comment
  • Beacon was the capital city of the Kingdom of Torch on the planet Torch. (CS2)
  • In the original Section 8 game, beacons were once known as Micro Sensors. Micro Sensors attach to any surface and scan for nearby threats, revealing them on TacNet. Discreet and reusable, the Micro Sensor is an essential espionage tool. A micro sensor remains deployed as long as its owner remains active, even if you switch to another piece of equipment. However, it will auto-destruct if its owner is defeated or if its owner changes Loadouts.
  • Beacon is an untameable, Uncommon level 17 Lunar Lantern battle pet. It is one of the battle pets of Elena Flutterfly in Moonglade, along with Lacewing and Willow.
  • A Beacon, also known as Transponder, is a small, portable device which transmits information about its position.
  • Beacons are cloaked unless they're activated by a predator, in which case they will uncloak and extend upwards a few feet. In this state, a blinking red light lies at the tip and a pulsing noise likely detectable by on a Yautja emanates from the structure. They can be seen using the Bio-Mask's vision modes, in which they will appear with a flag bearing the Clan's sigil.
  • Beacon (ビーコン Bikon?) is a kaiju that appeared in episode 21 of The Return of Ultraman. Subtitle: Radio Monster (電波怪獣 Denpa Kaijū?)
  • A beacon device of unknown origin and function.
  • A beacon is
  • A beacon is an indicator used in Second Life's UI and can look differently: * map: A red circle or in-world an infinitely tall red transparent cylinder that is used to track friends or locations. Tracking can be started and stopped through the world map or stopped from the right-click context menu on the mini-map. * View Menu -> Beacons options: ~100m tall, thin, different-colored lines with 4m crossbars (intersecting horizontal lines forming an axis) and a wireframe cube in the center that show different things: * red: scripted objects * green: physical objects * yellow: sound sources * blue: particle sources
  • Beacon ​is an star placed in the center of the Comet Observatory in Super Mario Galaxy. It was used for all the Domes. When restoring a Grand Star, the colour of the Beacon changes and grows; also the Dome lights up and it is now available to go inside.
  • |} Full: Makes an echoing "pang" sound issue from the target and creates a bouncing ball of light over the targets head. skill level 25+ adds another light. supposedly the sound changes at 50. duration and cooldown both 30s. Concise: Put a visual marker on the target. Requirements: 1.0 GM __TOC__ * edit me: needs proper values and reagents
  • When you buy this unique Beacon drone design, you're doing your part towards helping refugees all over the world.
  • Beacon (pol. Radiolatarnia czy inaczej) to miejsce znajdujące się nad lighthouse. Na środku znajduje się okrąg ze światłem. Tam można grać w Jetpack Adventure. Te miejsce też odwiedza mało osób. Kategoria:Miejsca
  • Beacon is a star in the Vearrier Quadrant of the Sol Sector and capital of the Pilgrim Alliance.
  • Clark is surprised to see Martha on the news speaking at a pro-vigilante rally. However, surprise quickly turns to horror when he and Lois watch as Martha is shot in an attack on national television. Meanwhile, Lionel Luthor-2 reveals himself to the world and reclaims LuthorCorp from Tess and Oliver. Lois and Chloe decide to cheer Clark up by showing him videos from thousands of vigilante supporters professing their support for the Blur.
  • Beacon was created by Hammu out of the rubble of the Shattered Lands. It spreads out across a broad plain of stone balanced on a spiral of rocky cubes called the Stairway of the Magistrate. Beacon is home to Deva, Humans, Angels, and Eladrin. Beacon is also home to the Courts of the Magistrate- should there be an occasion for a god to stand trial, he will do so in the Courts.
  • Beacon is an MT pilot in Silent Line: Armored Core.
  • Beacon (real name unknown) is an energizer who can project light beams. He's a member of the Goobers core elite. He's at least a sophomore.
  • Beacons are a recurring feature in the Legend of Zelda series. They are indicators that can be placed on the map to assist Link with navigation. When placed on the map they will appear as a pillar of light in overworld, indicating which direction Link should be heading to get to the desired area.
  • Beacon is one of the many power-enhancing Mini-Cons who help the Autobots search the galaxy for raw Energon deposits. Teamed with Lens and Quantum, the trio can form the powerful Blizzard Saber weapon.
  • The Beacon is an item added in the 1.4 update. These blocks emit a beam straight up into the sky, visible from a considerable distance away. They also have the ability to grant Status Effects to players in the vicinity.
  • The Beacon was an energy source created by the Darkness and Blaire Vherestorm to siphon the powers of Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Ness and transfer them to the former.
  • Beacon is a minor character in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.
  • After the quest, the beacons can be removed from the trees; however, they serve no further purpose.
  • The Beacon was the top floor of the Lighthouse, and served, as the name implies, as a beacon to ships at sea, most notably The Migrator. Due to being so high up, it also served as a great lookout point to see much of the Club Penguin Island. In addition to this, there was a telescope positioned on the railing, which allowed penguins to view far off, to the sea.
  • Beacons are equipment used by the Covenant in the extraction of the helium-3. Fifty stories tall and as wide as five city blocks, a Beacon is shaped like a perfectly symmetrical beehive floating atop four antigravity "stilts," tended by Yanme'e workers. The term "Beacon" is a UNSC designation - whatever the Covenant know the equipment as is unknown. Helium-3 was trapped in a second mantle formed over the original object during the spallation-heavy terraforming process of UNSC colonies. During the Human-Covenant war, the Covenant would set up Beacons on conquered UNSC worlds to extract and refine this helium-3, converting it into pure energy for transmission to nearby battlegroups. One such Beacon was located on Verge in 2552, used to power Covenant warships blockading Tribute, destroyed so
  • Beacons are items to be crafted in your crafting menu (default key "Q") that will emit a beam of light high into the sky, and can penetrate many layers of rocks. Even if you place any beacon on "End of the World"-blocks in the Corruption Layer, their beams will be visible on the surface and reach up into the clouds. Much the same like the light-beams from Death Statues (urns). Beacons don't shine downwards though. There are 5 known variants of Beacons:
  • Beacons are a family of Cra spells. Each spell creates a Machine on the battlefield, requiring spare Command, which provides an effect. All of them are Elemental Spells, and create damage effects when directly shot by the caster with an attack of the matching element (even indirectly with AoE effects). Beacons have their own HP and can be physically destroyed if they receive enough damage, however attacks which trigger the Beacon's effect will not cause damage to the beacon (the damage is simply not applied).
  • The Beacon is the top floor of the Lighthouse, and serves, as the name implies, as a beacon to ships at sea, most notably The Migrator. Due to being so high up, it also serves as a great lookout point to see much of Club Penguin Rewritten. In addition to this, there is a telescope positioned on the railing, which allows penguins to view far off, to the sea.
  • Most new players think of this game as a Robot Combat game, which it is. But what many new players fail to understand is that at its heart it is a territory control game too. Beacons are not something added to the game just to give bored players bonus points. They are the central objective. The team which controls the Beacons wins the game! __TOC__
  • When at an age that could be considered a child, Beacon joined a small military group of Matoran running a crusade against a tyrannical walled city in the name of the Great Spirit Mata Nui. Beacon, still developing, did not understand the circumstances and was forced to learn how to survive on the battlefield against dozens of trained enemies soldiers that were decimating the ragtag group of freedom fighters.
owl:sameAs
Level
  • 17
Season
dcterms:subject
story name
  • Beacon
tourguide
  • The Beacon has a giant spotlight... and a telescope you can look through. What IS that in the distance? And if you thought penguins can't fly... try Jet Pack Adventure!
Live Image Caption
  • Beacon
Drops
  • Itself
Icon Image
  • Beacon Icon.png
Row 1 info
store
  • No
low
  • No
Examine
  • Full of godly power.
Tradeable
  • No
Durability
  • 15
LVL
  • Level 1
Jump
englishvoice
  • No voiced dialogue
Build Time
  • 4.0
Related Quests
Row 2 info
  • "Operation: Blind Storm"
acqired from
lastepisode
  • Ultraman Retsuden episode 103
Equipable
  • No
Row 1 title
  • Users
firstepisode
Roar(s)
  • 120
broadcast date
  • 2011-02-11
Row 2 title
  • First Appearance
alchable
  • No
destroy
  • You can get another from Azzanadra.
  • You can get another from Azzandra.
Item ID
  • beacon
disassembly
  • No
Item
  • Copper Wire
  • Titanium
  • Beacon Fragment
Boss Name
  • Beacon
Burden
  • Unknown
Quest
Patch Introduced
pron
  • BEE-kun
kept
  • always
stub
  • x
Live Image
  • Beacon Live.jpg
dbkwik:asheron/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:avp/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:club-penguin/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:clubpenguin/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:custom-bionicle/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:custombionicle/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:darkorbit/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:darkscape/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:fallout/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:gradius/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:halo/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:layton/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:lostpedia/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:m-i-n-e-c-r-a-f-t/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:mario/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:mine--craft/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:mine-craft/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:minecraft/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:minecraftcomputer/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:minecraftpc/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:nintendo/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:pl.clubpenguin/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:rune-scape/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:runescape/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:smallville/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:tlaststand/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:ultra/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:wakfu/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:wingcommander/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:wowwiki/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:zelda/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:clubpenguinrewritten/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:stupidmariobros/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:subnautica/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
Category
Found
Box Title
  • Beacon
  • Energy Source
Latest Appearance
Appearances
  • UF
Job
  • Toa, Matoran soldier , assassin
Element
  • Fire
Theme
  • Dark Force
Games
  • Jet Pack Adventure
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  • Super Mario Galaxy
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2
  • Skyward Sword
Open
  • 2006-09-22
Power
  • 182
Closed
  • 2017-03-30
Speed
  • 163
Stackable
  • Yes
Series
Status
  • Revived
numberofepisodes
  • 3
Affiliation
First Appearance
  • The Return of Ultraman Episode 21: "Monster Channel"
Role
  • Minor Character
DE
  • Leuchtturmspitze
Name
  • Beacon
Southwest
Tool
  • None
  • Unknown
Type
  • Character
  • Misc
  • Solid Block
Value
  • 1
  • ???
Caption
  • (Artwork from Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.)
  • Beacon from Super Mario Galaxy
  • Placing a Beacon in Skyward Sword
First
  • Super Mario Galaxy
dbkwik:dark-fall/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:honorverse/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
where:
  • On top of the Lighthouse
hexvalue
  • 8.0
Transparency
  • No
decvalue
  • 138
room id:
  • 411
physics
  • No
mini-games:
Toollevel
  • Unknown
dbkwik:itlaw/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:darkfall/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:tegamibachi/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:ultraseries/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:crystalhall/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
Members
  • Yes
Sector
center
  • Beacon
Weight
  • 0
  • 17000
  • 10000.0
Episode Number
  • 209
quad
Group
  • Toa Hybrid , Assassin Phalanx
Update
  • Ritual of the Mahjarrat
Height
  • 37.0
  • 37 m
Species
  • Human
Title
  • Beacon
machine
  • Fabricator
Versions
  • 1.400000
Eyecolor
  • Black
Icon
  • inv_shield_26
Ru
  • Смотровая площадка
Class
  • E
Luminosity
  • 15
  • Yes
accessible
  • Yes
Description
  • This beacon is used to warn the town of impending attacks.
  • Navigation aid. Maintains and broadcasts its position. Configurable label.
Color
  • red
TAB
Powers
  • Rahi DNA gives him hightened senses, agility, and edurablity
firstgame
  • Skyward Sword
  • Professor Layton and the Unwound Future
Fr
  • Poste d'Observation
Before
Result
  • Beacon
debugspawn
  • BeaconFragment
dbkwik:club-penguin-rewritten/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
After
Image
  • Beacon 2011.png
  • Beacon Fragment.png
  • Beacon.png
japanvoice
  • No voiced dialogue
Pt
  • Posto de Observação
HairColor
  • Brown
Occupation
  • Former lighthouse keeper
Episodes
ID
  • 138
  • 411
  • 21808
stack
  • Yes: 64
ES
  • Mirador
Family
  • Magic
high
  • No
Release
  • 2011-09-14
appears
Home world
  • Space
Tools
  • varied, mostly blades and guns
Located
Place
  • Above the Lighthouse
Gender
  • Male
  • male
Health
  • 1008
Artist
Source
Seasons
Writer
  • Don Whitehead and Holly Henderson
Director
When
  • Always
Location
  • * Wrecks ** Grassy Plateaus ** Safe Shallows
  • mobile, BC Universe
Size
  • 1
  • 250
wikipage disambiguates
Crafting
  • 30
fragments
  • 2
Lvl1ReqBui
  • None
Lvl1Effect
  • Contributes towards Construct The Beacon Dead Zone Task +? XP to all survivors when completed.
Lvl1ReqRes
  • 50
Lvl1ReqCom
  • 1
  • 5
  • 10
Lvl1ReqTim
  • 1.0
Lvl1ReqSur
  • None
abstract
  • Beacon was the capital city of the Kingdom of Torch on the planet Torch. (CS2)
  • In the original Section 8 game, beacons were once known as Micro Sensors. Micro Sensors attach to any surface and scan for nearby threats, revealing them on TacNet. Discreet and reusable, the Micro Sensor is an essential espionage tool. A micro sensor remains deployed as long as its owner remains active, even if you switch to another piece of equipment. However, it will auto-destruct if its owner is defeated or if its owner changes Loadouts.
  • Beacon is an untameable, Uncommon level 17 Lunar Lantern battle pet. It is one of the battle pets of Elena Flutterfly in Moonglade, along with Lacewing and Willow.
  • A Beacon, also known as Transponder, is a small, portable device which transmits information about its position.
  • Beacons are cloaked unless they're activated by a predator, in which case they will uncloak and extend upwards a few feet. In this state, a blinking red light lies at the tip and a pulsing noise likely detectable by on a Yautja emanates from the structure. They can be seen using the Bio-Mask's vision modes, in which they will appear with a flag bearing the Clan's sigil.
  • Beacon (ビーコン Bikon?) is a kaiju that appeared in episode 21 of The Return of Ultraman. Subtitle: Radio Monster (電波怪獣 Denpa Kaijū?)
  • A beacon device of unknown origin and function.
  • A beacon is
  • A beacon is an indicator used in Second Life's UI and can look differently: * map: A red circle or in-world an infinitely tall red transparent cylinder that is used to track friends or locations. Tracking can be started and stopped through the world map or stopped from the right-click context menu on the mini-map. * View Menu -> Beacons options: ~100m tall, thin, different-colored lines with 4m crossbars (intersecting horizontal lines forming an axis) and a wireframe cube in the center that show different things: * red: scripted objects * green: physical objects * yellow: sound sources * blue: particle sources
  • The Beacon was the top floor of the Lighthouse, and served, as the name implies, as a beacon to ships at sea, most notably The Migrator. Due to being so high up, it also served as a great lookout point to see much of the Club Penguin Island. In addition to this, there was a telescope positioned on the railing, which allowed penguins to view far off, to the sea. While not much was located at the Beacon aside from the giant light, there was also a launch pad for penguins to play Jet Pack Adventure. The entire Beacon was surrounded by railing, with the addition of a set of stairs leading down to the Lighthouse on the left edge.
  • When at an age that could be considered a child, Beacon joined a small military group of Matoran running a crusade against a tyrannical walled city in the name of the Great Spirit Mata Nui. Beacon, still developing, did not understand the circumstances and was forced to learn how to survive on the battlefield against dozens of trained enemies soldiers that were decimating the ragtag group of freedom fighters. One day, Beacon found himself surrounded by enemies, with death most likely coming soon. However, he is suddenly saved by his father, who he did not recognize. Crucifix was angered at the life he believed his son chose and took him to the Phalanx Sanctuary, where Crucifix forced The Master to take Beacon in. Like before, Beacon did not understand these events coming at him and accepted them quickly. Training with the Phalanx, Beacon proved exceptional, but not as impressive as his father, as he is constantly reminded. One fateful night however, Beacon found himself abducted by a Makuta who was looking to use Matoran in his experiments.
  • Beacon ​is an star placed in the center of the Comet Observatory in Super Mario Galaxy. It was used for all the Domes. When restoring a Grand Star, the colour of the Beacon changes and grows; also the Dome lights up and it is now available to go inside.
  • |} Full: Makes an echoing "pang" sound issue from the target and creates a bouncing ball of light over the targets head. skill level 25+ adds another light. supposedly the sound changes at 50. duration and cooldown both 30s. Concise: Put a visual marker on the target. Requirements: 1.0 GM __TOC__ * edit me: needs proper values and reagents
  • When you buy this unique Beacon drone design, you're doing your part towards helping refugees all over the world.
  • Beacons are a family of Cra spells. Each spell creates a Machine on the battlefield, requiring spare Command, which provides an effect. All of them are Elemental Spells, and create damage effects when directly shot by the caster with an attack of the matching element (even indirectly with AoE effects). Beacons have their own HP and can be physically destroyed if they receive enough damage, however attacks which trigger the Beacon's effect will not cause damage to the beacon (the damage is simply not applied). All Beacons have a fixed cost of 1 Wakfu Point, do not require Line of Sight, but do require a Free Cell to place them (as do all object creating spells).
  • Beacon (pol. Radiolatarnia czy inaczej) to miejsce znajdujące się nad lighthouse. Na środku znajduje się okrąg ze światłem. Tam można grać w Jetpack Adventure. Te miejsce też odwiedza mało osób. Kategoria:Miejsca
  • Most new players think of this game as a Robot Combat game, which it is. But what many new players fail to understand is that at its heart it is a territory control game too. Beacons are not something added to the game just to give bored players bonus points. They are the central objective. The team which controls the Beacons wins the game! If there were no beacons then there would be no reason to move out of cover, there would be much more camping, and there would be no reason for the lighter faster robots. The need to monitor and control beacons adds complexity and creates the need for teamwork. __TOC__
  • The Beacon is the top floor of the Lighthouse, and serves, as the name implies, as a beacon to ships at sea, most notably The Migrator. Due to being so high up, it also serves as a great lookout point to see much of Club Penguin Rewritten. In addition to this, there is a telescope positioned on the railing, which allows penguins to view far off, to the sea. While not much is located at the Beacon aside from the giant light, there is also a launch pad for penguins to play Jet Pack Adventure. The entire Beacon is surrounded by railing, with the addition of a set of stairs leading down to the Lighthouse on the left edge.
  • Beacon is a star in the Vearrier Quadrant of the Sol Sector and capital of the Pilgrim Alliance.
  • Clark is surprised to see Martha on the news speaking at a pro-vigilante rally. However, surprise quickly turns to horror when he and Lois watch as Martha is shot in an attack on national television. Meanwhile, Lionel Luthor-2 reveals himself to the world and reclaims LuthorCorp from Tess and Oliver. Lois and Chloe decide to cheer Clark up by showing him videos from thousands of vigilante supporters professing their support for the Blur.
  • Beacons are equipment used by the Covenant in the extraction of the helium-3. Fifty stories tall and as wide as five city blocks, a Beacon is shaped like a perfectly symmetrical beehive floating atop four antigravity "stilts," tended by Yanme'e workers. The term "Beacon" is a UNSC designation - whatever the Covenant know the equipment as is unknown. Helium-3 was trapped in a second mantle formed over the original object during the spallation-heavy terraforming process of UNSC colonies. During the Human-Covenant war, the Covenant would set up Beacons on conquered UNSC worlds to extract and refine this helium-3, converting it into pure energy for transmission to nearby battlegroups. One such Beacon was located on Verge in 2552, used to power Covenant warships blockading Tribute, destroyed soon after by Team Black.
  • Beacon was created by Hammu out of the rubble of the Shattered Lands. It spreads out across a broad plain of stone balanced on a spiral of rocky cubes called the Stairway of the Magistrate. Beacon is home to Deva, Humans, Angels, and Eladrin. Beacon is also home to the Courts of the Magistrate- should there be an occasion for a god to stand trial, he will do so in the Courts.
  • Beacon is an MT pilot in Silent Line: Armored Core.
  • Beacon (real name unknown) is an energizer who can project light beams. He's a member of the Goobers core elite. He's at least a sophomore.
  • Beacons are a recurring feature in the Legend of Zelda series. They are indicators that can be placed on the map to assist Link with navigation. When placed on the map they will appear as a pillar of light in overworld, indicating which direction Link should be heading to get to the desired area.
  • Beacon is one of the many power-enhancing Mini-Cons who help the Autobots search the galaxy for raw Energon deposits. Teamed with Lens and Quantum, the trio can form the powerful Blizzard Saber weapon.
  • The Beacon is an item added in the 1.4 update. These blocks emit a beam straight up into the sky, visible from a considerable distance away. They also have the ability to grant Status Effects to players in the vicinity.
  • The Beacon was an energy source created by the Darkness and Blaire Vherestorm to siphon the powers of Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Ness and transfer them to the former.
  • Beacons are items to be crafted in your crafting menu (default key "Q") that will emit a beam of light high into the sky, and can penetrate many layers of rocks. Even if you place any beacon on "End of the World"-blocks in the Corruption Layer, their beams will be visible on the surface and reach up into the clouds. Much the same like the light-beams from Death Statues (urns). Beacons don't shine downwards though. There are 5 known variants of Beacons: * White Beacon: crafted from 2 Glass (blocks), 4 Stone Rods, 3 Coal (as of R21 in August 2015) * Yellow Beacon (from Recipes found in Treasure Chests or looted/pet-harvested from the Thing) : crafted from 2 Glass (blocks), 4 Stone Rods, 3 Coal and 3 Yellow Pigment (as of R21 in August 2015) * Red Beacon (from Recipes found in Treasure Chests or looted/pet-harvested from the Thing) : crafted from 2 Glass (blocks), 4 Stone Rods, 3 Coal and 3 Red Pigment (as of R21 in August 2015) * Blue Beacon (from Recipes found in Treasure Chests or looted/pet-harvested from the Thing) : crafted from 2 Glass (blocks), 4 Stone Rods, 3 Coal and 3 Blue Pigment (as of R21 in August 2015) * Healing Beacon : crafted from 2 Obsidian Slabs, 2 Corruption Dust, 10 Stalactite (blocks), 2 Trog Horns and 4 Iron Rods (as of R21). The Healing Beacon is something special, as if you place it and wait for a while it will cleanse corruption (just like purification bombs) from the closest blocks: 3 blocks down, including the one the beacon is placed upon, 3 blocks up, 2 blocks sidewards from the block the beacon is placed on, and 1 block diagonal each, with additional or less blocks sometimes); which turns corrupted blocks into "normal" blocks and Corrupted Water into Mineral Water. Your avatar will also slowly be healed when touching a Healing Beacon (or standing on it), plus the corruption-debuff will decrease until it's completely gone if you just wait long enough. By placing one colored beacon on top of another, you can create otherwise missing colors. Red + Yellow = Orange, Blue + Red = Purple, and white beacons will create a pastel version, such as Red + White = Pink, and so on.
  • Beacon is a minor character in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.
  • After the quest, the beacons can be removed from the trees; however, they serve no further purpose.
is Jump of
is Miejsce of
is Previous of
is Found of
is Affiliation of
is Type of
is Pass of
is Room of
is Before of
is After of
is Northwest of
is Capital of
is wherehappening of