PropertyValue
rdf:type
rdfs:label
  • Riptide
  • Riptide
  • Riptide
  • Riptide
  • RipTide
  • Riptide
rdfs:comment
  • Riptide
  • A supervillain.
  • Riptide AKA Janos Quested is a villain in the Marvel Comics Universe, and an enemy of the X-men.
  • Elena Neva Natividad Amicella Lucita Obregon, code name Riptide and nicknamed "Rip," is the fourth of six children from a couple who run a beachside shop in Redondo Beach, California. She's a hydrokinetic, that is, she can control water, making it move in whatever way she desires.
  • Riptide is a shaman ability learned at level 10 for those with the Restoration specialization. It is an instant cast healing spell with a heal over time effect.
  • Janos Quested alias Riptide ist ein Mutant.
  • Riptide is a map featured in Battlefield Hardline. The map is set in and around a group of luxury homes in the Florida Keys.
  • Riptide is a member of Dark Star Trio, the archenemies of comic book hero Galactic Avenger. He appeared alongside Warmachine and Dragon Lady in the episode They Came from Within. Riptide is a supervillain made of water, who has the ability to make large waves, to make floods and change parts of his body. In the episode, he was sucked out from Galactic Avenger #1 comic with Warmachine and Dragon Lady into the real world and mistakes Lieutenant Kellaway for Galactic Avenger. He was later destroyed when Stanley (while wearing a mask) tore the Galactic Avenger #1 comic.
  • Riptide is a monster who appears in the Dragon Quest game series.
  • Riptide is a character mentioned in Fallout 4.
  • Riptide is a move used by Paul Phoenix.
  • Riptide is a pirate on the Viridian Ocean.
  • Riptide is an album by the British singer Robert Palmer, released by Island Records in November 1985 and features Andy Taylor.
  • Riptide appears in a mission during the expansion to the video game Star Wars: X-Wing.
  • Riptide is a 1998 thriller novel published by Tor Books. The standalone story is the fourth full-length Preston-Child collaboration.
  • Riptide is an American TV detective series that ran on NBC from December 3, 1983 to August 22, 1986, starring Perry King, Joe Penny, and Thom Bray. It was created by Frank Lupo and Stephen J. Cannell, and produced by Stephen J. Cannell Productions. The main theme was composed by Mike Post and Pete Carpenter. A mid-season replacement, it debuted as a two-hour TV movie in early 1984.
  • Riptide (Japanese リップタイド Riptide) is a damaging Water-Type move introduced in Generation δ.
  • Riptide (Janos Quested) is a mutant who can spin his body fast enough to create large tornados. He is also able to generate smaller tornadoes.
  • Riptide is the son of Fairstep. He is a former elite guard. He was also expelled from Inaria.
  • Riptide is an offensive, long range spell utilized by the Atlantian Mermen in their fight against Dante Vale during the episode Coming of Age. The spell looks similar to Augerfrost before it is fired as it appears as a blue orb. When launched however, it becomes apparent it is a jet of water.
  • Die "Riptide" ist ein Schiff aus der Flotte der Blutsegelbukaniere, das bei Firallons Ankerplatz im Schlingendorntal vertaut ist. Hier findet man die Führungskräfte der Blutsegler unter dem Kommando von Flottenmeister Firallon.
  • RipTide is an Autobot warrior. Stoic, heroic, unflinching unfailing… and very, very boring. Still, you could never hope to meet a better Autobot, he's extremely devoted to his comrades, especially the Mini-Con QuickFire. He transforms into a Mack Truck, an airship, and a robot. His Mini-Con partner QuickFire combines with him in all 3 modes.
  • "Sea King" Riptide is a Spirit and Mako's primary familiar.
  • Riptide is a Water Zone Track in MotorStorm: Pacific Rift. It is situated on a sunny beach, so expect a lot of sand and water. This track is friendly to all vehicles. Smaller, more agile classes such as Bikes are the ideal class for racing here, although larger vehicles also benefit because of their sheer power and the ability to simply push other classes out of their way when passing through crucial choke points, such as the first or third jump on the track.
  • Riptide is a male SeaWing. He was introduced in The Lost Heir as a member of the Talons of Peace and a lookout for the SeaWings. Queen Coral seems to hate him for being the son of Webs, (the SeaWing who stole Tsunami's egg) and she thinks of his family as traitors and cowards because Webs ran away in the middle of a battle and later came back to the Kingdom to steal Tsunami's egg for the prophecy. Queen Coral sometimes calls him 'creature', as seen in The Lost Heir. He also taught Tsunami some Aquatic, and in Winter Turning, he asked Winter if they had brought a message for him from Tsunami. He is currently the leader of the Talons of Peace, or whatever the movement has become, according to Webs in Moon Rising and Winter Turning. Tsunami has a crush on Riptide and he most likely feels the
  • Riptide is a member of the Marauders, a team of villains brought together by the mutant thief Gambit at the request of Mister Sinister. After Sinister dispatched the Marauders into the sewers under New York City to kill the subterranean mutant collective known as the Morlocks, Riptide was responsible for severely injuring X-Men members Nightcrawler and Colossus. Having seen the results of Riptide's actions, Colossus had been pushed close to his emotional breaking point. Colossus was further enraged and grieved when Riptide badly injured Nightcrawler, and finally snapped when Harpoon maimed his then girlfriend, Shadowcat. Colossus lunged at Harpoon to mete out vengeance, but Riptide got in his way, believing that his power would fell the Russian mutant. He boasted to Colossus that hurricane
  • Civilian Name: Peter Robinson Alias (if alter ego exists): Riptide Relatives: - Affiliation/Alignment: Villain, D2-rank About Personality/Mentality: Defender of WayHaven's water supply. Anyone who goes near water must be stopped! Backstory: Drank water once, fell in love. Wants all the water to himself. Resources: Water Equipment/Weaponry: Trident Specializations: Underwater combat Quirk/Power: Fishman- can breathe underwater, and is unimpended by water: where someone else would be slowed by being submerged, Riptide instead fights even better in water than he does on land. Versatility: Decent lifeguard
  • Riptide was formerly owned and used by Hercules, Zoë and Pleione. The sword's dormant form was originally Zoë's hair clip, which she gave to Hercules to help him fight Ladon. Riptide draws its power from the ocean, which is why it works well for ocean spirits and children of Poseidon like Percy. Hercules did not give Zoë any credit for bypassing Ladon, leaving her to face the wrath of her father and sisters alone. This betrayal was the basis for her later hatred of male demigods, and the reason why she joined the Hunters of Artemis.
Boat
  • 1
  • 2
Movies
  • 10005
Level
  • 10
Appeared
  • The Lost Heir, The Brightest Night, Winter Turning
Main Character
  • Janos Quested; Janos Quested 001.jpg
Attack
  • 102
buff type
  • Magic
dcterms:subject
Auftritte
galleries
  • 1
Spells
buff dur
  • 18.0
Agility
  • 105
piratename
  • Riptide
Mentions
  • FO4
Cast Time
  • Instant
Sprecher
  • Keiner
buff desc
  • Heals X every 3 seconds.
obrázek
  • Riptide.jpg
TCG
  • RiptideTCG.jpg
Dargestellt von
bestiaryNumber
  • 88
  • 258
gcd
  • 1.5
Gruppe
období
Nationalität
  • ??
Cooldown
  • 6.0
droppedItem
dbkwik:battlefield/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:dragonquest/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:fallout/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:fr.assassins-creed/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:fr.assassinscreed/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:marvel/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:olympia-ns/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:pokemon--fanon/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:pokemon-fanon/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:pokemonfanon/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:puzzlepirates/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:riordan/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:starwars/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:tekken/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:transformers/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:wings-of-fire/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:wingsoffire/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:wowwiki/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:x-men-movies/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:xmen-movies/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:xmenmovies/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:huntik/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:prestonchild/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
Gold
  • 113
  • 156
Users
Range
  • Long
  • 40.0
Defense
  • 105
Console
  • DS
  • PS2
Games
  • none
pub date
  • 1998
Team
RName
Skills
Age
  • 2.840184E8
Status
  • Unknown
  • Unbekannt
Affiliation
First Appearance
  • "Coming of Age"
Game
  • 25
  • Dragon Quest IX
  • Dragon Quest VIII
  • Dragon Quest VIIIVIII
DE
  • Dunkle Flut
En
  • Riptide
Actor
ocean
  • Viridian
Country
  • United States
Name
  • Riptide
  • Janos Quested
MP
  • 13
  • 18
SR
  • Riptide
Genre
  • Thriller
Type
  • Utility
Portrait
  • yes
Romaji
  • Ooshankuroo
apc
  • 1
dbkwik:nl.marvel/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:de.marvel-filme/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:engl393-dnd5th/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:villains/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:cs.starwars/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:crystalhall/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
Language
  • English
Author
  • Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child
Comic
  • X-Men First Class: The High Hand
Alternate
  • 161
  • 5631
  • 10197
Specialization
  • Restoration
Speaker
  • Riptide to Tsunami about Webs
Autor
  • Paul S. Kemp
PL
  • Odpływ
Alias
  • Riptide
  • Riptide
Terrain
  • Island
Species
  • Mutant
Ru
  • Разрывное течение
Class
Real Name
  • Janos Quested
Description
  • They hit back with Whack at survivors of Thunder Slash or Roundaclout. Be canny and keep them from casting Midheal. Rumour has it that they're salamarauders who trained so intensely that they turned into tough guys.
  • Heals a friendly target for and an additional over 18 sec.
  • A fearsome fighter of the seas with razor-sharp claws. Capable of spinning its body like a propeller to cut the enemy to ribbons.
Cost
  • 7.290000
Light
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
Japanese
  • オーシャンクロー
Last Appearance
  • "Coming of Age"
School
Occupation
  • Leader of the Talons of Peace
Movie
  • X-Men: First Class
  • Untitled X-Men film
Family
  • Aquatic
HP
  • 102
  • 235
Place
  • Florida Keys, Florida, United States
Gender
  • Male
Relation
  • Father
  • Girlfriend
  • Mother
Race
Experience
  • 331
  • 540
Quote
  • That's not usually how I introduce myself.
  • "Seriously? Never thought I'd see an IceWing and a NightWing traveling together."
Publisher
  • Tor Books
Teams
  • vs
Tribe
Locations
ISBN
  • 0
Bild
  • X-Men Erste Entscheidung Bild 5.jpg
Helicopter
  • 1
Video Games
  • ; No Image Male.jpg
ifv
  • 1
Časová osa
  • 41
Následující příběh
originální název
  • Riptide
Předchozí příběh
Autor obálky
  • Dave Seeley
tank
  • 1
abstract
  • Riptide
  • A supervillain.
  • Riptide AKA Janos Quested is a villain in the Marvel Comics Universe, and an enemy of the X-men.
  • Elena Neva Natividad Amicella Lucita Obregon, code name Riptide and nicknamed "Rip," is the fourth of six children from a couple who run a beachside shop in Redondo Beach, California. She's a hydrokinetic, that is, she can control water, making it move in whatever way she desires.
  • Riptide is a shaman ability learned at level 10 for those with the Restoration specialization. It is an instant cast healing spell with a heal over time effect.
  • Janos Quested alias Riptide ist ein Mutant.
  • Riptide is a map featured in Battlefield Hardline. The map is set in and around a group of luxury homes in the Florida Keys.
  • Riptide is a member of Dark Star Trio, the archenemies of comic book hero Galactic Avenger. He appeared alongside Warmachine and Dragon Lady in the episode They Came from Within. Riptide is a supervillain made of water, who has the ability to make large waves, to make floods and change parts of his body. In the episode, he was sucked out from Galactic Avenger #1 comic with Warmachine and Dragon Lady into the real world and mistakes Lieutenant Kellaway for Galactic Avenger. He was later destroyed when Stanley (while wearing a mask) tore the Galactic Avenger #1 comic.
  • Riptide is a monster who appears in the Dragon Quest game series.
  • Riptide is a character mentioned in Fallout 4.
  • Riptide is a move used by Paul Phoenix.
  • Riptide is a pirate on the Viridian Ocean.
  • Riptide is an album by the British singer Robert Palmer, released by Island Records in November 1985 and features Andy Taylor.
  • Riptide appears in a mission during the expansion to the video game Star Wars: X-Wing.
  • Riptide was formerly owned and used by Hercules, Zoë and Pleione. The sword's dormant form was originally Zoë's hair clip, which she gave to Hercules to help him fight Ladon. Riptide draws its power from the ocean, which is why it works well for ocean spirits and children of Poseidon like Percy. Hercules did not give Zoë any credit for bypassing Ladon, leaving her to face the wrath of her father and sisters alone. This betrayal was the basis for her later hatred of male demigods, and the reason why she joined the Hunters of Artemis. Riptide is only wielded by a certain few in the series; Percy (its current owner) uses it as his main weapon; Chiron possessed it at Yancy Academy before he gave it to Percy, and Hercules used it to defeat the dragon, Ladon. Chiron also hinted that the sword has had other owners, as he claimed it had a long and tragic history.
  • Riptide is a male SeaWing. He was introduced in The Lost Heir as a member of the Talons of Peace and a lookout for the SeaWings. Queen Coral seems to hate him for being the son of Webs, (the SeaWing who stole Tsunami's egg) and she thinks of his family as traitors and cowards because Webs ran away in the middle of a battle and later came back to the Kingdom to steal Tsunami's egg for the prophecy. Queen Coral sometimes calls him 'creature', as seen in The Lost Heir. He also taught Tsunami some Aquatic, and in Winter Turning, he asked Winter if they had brought a message for him from Tsunami. He is currently the leader of the Talons of Peace, or whatever the movement has become, according to Webs in Moon Rising and Winter Turning. Tsunami has a crush on Riptide and he most likely feels the same, however, she still does not like that he lied to her about being a Talon of Peace. Tsunami also thinks he's a cute dork.
  • Riptide is a 1998 thriller novel published by Tor Books. The standalone story is the fourth full-length Preston-Child collaboration.
  • Riptide is an American TV detective series that ran on NBC from December 3, 1983 to August 22, 1986, starring Perry King, Joe Penny, and Thom Bray. It was created by Frank Lupo and Stephen J. Cannell, and produced by Stephen J. Cannell Productions. The main theme was composed by Mike Post and Pete Carpenter. A mid-season replacement, it debuted as a two-hour TV movie in early 1984.
  • Civilian Name: Peter Robinson Alias (if alter ego exists): Riptide Relatives: - Affiliation/Alignment: Villain, D2-rank About Personality/Mentality: Defender of WayHaven's water supply. Anyone who goes near water must be stopped! Backstory: Drank water once, fell in love. Wants all the water to himself. Resources: Water Equipment/Weaponry: Trident Specializations: Underwater combat Quirk/Power: Fishman- can breathe underwater, and is unimpended by water: where someone else would be slowed by being submerged, Riptide instead fights even better in water than he does on land. Versatility: Decent lifeguard Example: Can swim really fast. Biographical Information Marital Status: - Age: 21 Date Of Birth (optional): - Place of Birth: WayHaven Physical Description Species: Human Gender: M Height: 5'11 Weight: 220 pounds Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Green Reference Picture:
  • Riptide (Japanese リップタイド Riptide) is a damaging Water-Type move introduced in Generation δ.
  • Riptide (Janos Quested) is a mutant who can spin his body fast enough to create large tornados. He is also able to generate smaller tornadoes.
  • Riptide is the son of Fairstep. He is a former elite guard. He was also expelled from Inaria.
  • Riptide is an offensive, long range spell utilized by the Atlantian Mermen in their fight against Dante Vale during the episode Coming of Age. The spell looks similar to Augerfrost before it is fired as it appears as a blue orb. When launched however, it becomes apparent it is a jet of water.
  • Die "Riptide" ist ein Schiff aus der Flotte der Blutsegelbukaniere, das bei Firallons Ankerplatz im Schlingendorntal vertaut ist. Hier findet man die Führungskräfte der Blutsegler unter dem Kommando von Flottenmeister Firallon.
  • Riptide is a member of the Marauders, a team of villains brought together by the mutant thief Gambit at the request of Mister Sinister. After Sinister dispatched the Marauders into the sewers under New York City to kill the subterranean mutant collective known as the Morlocks, Riptide was responsible for severely injuring X-Men members Nightcrawler and Colossus. Having seen the results of Riptide's actions, Colossus had been pushed close to his emotional breaking point. Colossus was further enraged and grieved when Riptide badly injured Nightcrawler, and finally snapped when Harpoon maimed his then girlfriend, Shadowcat. Colossus lunged at Harpoon to mete out vengeance, but Riptide got in his way, believing that his power would fell the Russian mutant. He boasted to Colossus that hurricane force winds could punch a piece of straw through a solid oak and that his spinning caused his blades to fly even faster than that. Despite being hit by a deluge of blades which penetrated his armored skin, Colossus managed to reach an incredulous Riptide, seize his throat, and snap his neck. However, Mr. Sinister was able to clone the Marauders thanks to samples of their DNA, and Riptide returned to die once more during the event known as the Inferno. Another band of cloned Marauders, including Riptide, later attacked the mutant known as Threnody but were defeated by Nate Grey, the X-Man. A team of Marauders clones also defended one of Mr. Sinister's secret bases against an incursion by Gambit, Courier, and Sabretooth.
  • RipTide is an Autobot warrior. Stoic, heroic, unflinching unfailing… and very, very boring. Still, you could never hope to meet a better Autobot, he's extremely devoted to his comrades, especially the Mini-Con QuickFire. He transforms into a Mack Truck, an airship, and a robot. His Mini-Con partner QuickFire combines with him in all 3 modes.
  • "Sea King" Riptide is a Spirit and Mako's primary familiar.
  • Riptide is a Water Zone Track in MotorStorm: Pacific Rift. It is situated on a sunny beach, so expect a lot of sand and water. This track is friendly to all vehicles. Smaller, more agile classes such as Bikes are the ideal class for racing here, although larger vehicles also benefit because of their sheer power and the ability to simply push other classes out of their way when passing through crucial choke points, such as the first or third jump on the track.
is Item of
is RName of
is Notable of
is Members of
is Weapons of
is Character of
is Následující příběh of
is Předchozí příběh of