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  • (1) Las fechas de emisión y rating/ranking corresponden a Estados Unidos
  • Deadlock is a move used by Alisa Bosconovitch. Command: d+2, 3 Damage: 20, 28
  • Deadlock is a concept for a heavyweight robot which was intended to be completed for entry in Series 9 of Robot Wars, but it was not chosen by the producers to participate. It is unknown if Team Cyberwar still intend to complete the machine.
  • Deadlock is the most helpfull dm in the server. He's very tentative and cares for the player base. Ask any veteran player which dm to approach for a question and all of them will say Deadlock. He's especially helpfull on the forums where he always stays on topic. I love Deadlock and the only reason I play on COA is because of him. If I was not a male, I would have his baby.
  • The Battle for the newly built Omega Lock begins.
  • Deadlock might refer to: * Deadlock (L&O), the Law & Order season 17 episode. * Deadlock (CI), the Law & Order: Criminal Intent season 8 episode.
  • Deadlock is a crew that sailed the Cobalt Ocean. The crew flew the flag of The Brotherhood.
  • bio-sonde; cel (biologie); cellulose; computer kern; deflector; dermaline gel; DNA; G-type ster; gigahertz; Kent State University; Ktarian; magnetisch veld; Ohio; plasma; proton; replicator; tennis; Vidiian; Vidiian sterrenschip (2371-2372); warp spoel; warp kern.
  • Deadlock is an ability created by Eronan. Nine Pokémon have this ability all of which are Dark-types.
  • Mutual destruction assured! – "Deadlock" was the 77th issue of DC Comics' 1989 ongoing series of Star Trek comics, written by Kevin Ryan. This is a prelude to The Chosen story arc, with art penciled by Rachel Forbes-Seese and inked by Mark Heike.
  • Deadlock (デッドロック Deddorokku?) is a group comprising of espers whose power development had reached a standstill and would not progress any further. They are a minor antagonistic organization in Shokuhou Misaki and Kamijou Touma's shared backstory, leading directly to the latter being incapable of remembering Misaki after meeting her.
  • Gallius IV, the pearl of the galaxy! With a great climate and loads of resources, it's a shoo-in for colonization. You lead your merry band of pioneers to this pristine new world, ready to expand and enrich your nation. Unfortunately, it looks like every other race in the galaxy had the same idea, and sent their own people to stake a claim to it. Chaos ensues. Deadlock was followed by a sequel called Deadlock 2: Shrine Wars.
  • This Alternate History shows what could happen if France had a socialist revolution, and Chamberlain made a military alliance with Hitler and Mussolini against France and the Soviet Union. The Axis was primarily composed of: the Empire of United Italy, the United Kingdom, the United States, the Third Reich, the Empire of Japan, and ANZAC. Co-belligerents allied with the Axis included Norway, Finland, and Turkey. Puppet states of the Axis included Korea, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Bohemiopoland, Hainan, Egypt, and Taiwan.
  • The survivor count shown in the title sequence is 39,556 Plot summary Ellen Tigh and Boomer arrive at the fleet and Boomer is immediately taken to the brig. Ellen and Saul reunite and, after making love, go together to visit Sam Anders, who is still comatose. Tory Foster, Galen Tyrol, a Six and an Eight are also by Anders' bedside. The Cylons propose that since Ellen has returned, they should leave the human fleet, especially since Caprica Six is pregnant with Saul's fully Cylon child and they no longer need humans in order to reproduce. Ellen did not know about Caprica Six being pregnant, and is angry at Saul as she was never able to conceive children, and Caprica could only have become pregnant if he truly loved her. Furthermore, because the other Cylons are the Final Five's creations, s
  • Le nombre de survivants dans la séquence représentée dans le titre est 39 556 Résumé de complot Ellen Tigh et Boomer arrivent à la flotte et Boomer est immédiatement prises pour le brick. Ellen et Saul se réunissent et, après l'amour, aller ensemble visiter Sam Anders, qui est toujours dans le coma. Tory Foster, Galen Tyrol, un Six et huit sont également au chevet d'Anders. Les Cylons proposent que depuis Ellen est de retour, ils devraient quitter la flotte humaine, surtout depuis Caprica Six est enceinte enfant entièrement Cylon de Saül et ils ne ont plus besoin des humains pour se reproduire. Ellen ne connaissait pas Caprica Six être enceinte, et est en colère contre Saül comme elle n'a jamais été en mesure de concevoir des enfants, et Caprica ne aurait pu devenir enceinte se il l'aimait
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  • Unknown
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  • Science side
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  • Good
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  • Innocence
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  • Deadlock is also the head of the Kollege of Khaos, and was the employer of Ro-Jaws.
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  • Kollege of Khaos
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  • 1996-03-18
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  • He's a robot
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  • Single
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  • 2
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  • 2006
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  • Even
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  • 5
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  • Cobalt
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  • Investigations
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  • VOY
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  • Deadlock
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  • 2372
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  • 221
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  • Deadlock is the Grand Wizard of the Knights Martial, an order of robot mystics of unknown origin who are worshipers of the god Khaos, the embodiment of chaos. Deadlock was recruited into the ABC Warriors by Hammerstein in the last months of the Volgan War, and served with them on their initial mission to Mars. His activities after the Mars mission ended are unknown, but when Nemesis the Warlock reformed the Warriors to fight the forces of Termight several hundred years later, the warlock claimed that Deadlock had gone in search of his god and found him incarnated as Nemesis. He further claimed that Deadlock and he had then become one, though Deadlock later turned up alive during the Warriors' mission to save the Black Hole Bypass, and Nemesis was a notorious liar. During the Black Hole mission, Deadlock and two of the other less trustworthy Warriors, Blackblood and Mek-Quake, attempted to betray the mission and engineer the destruction of Earth in the name of Khaos. They were thwarted and forced to return to the team. Despite this treachery, Deadlock was later given command of the Warriors by Hammerstein, and after encountering Nemesis again he led them on a mission to further the cause of Khaos. Hammerstein has since taken command of the warriors again, but the ever-deceitful Deadlock remains a member of the squad, his aims and those of the Warriors apparently in accordance for the time being. Deadlock has returned with the Warriors to Mars to try to stop the ongoing war there.
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  • 9
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  • 7
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  • Ode, Mateyz, Jefoil, Lordcaim
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  • Deadlock
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  • 495487
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  • 7
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  • 2007
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  • 10
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  • Deadlock
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Number
  • 77
Single
  • 0
Creators
  • Rob Liefeld
  • Pat Mills
Editor
Reason
  • Dormant
Partof
  • Deadlock
Team
  • Team Cyberwar
Date
  • 2269
  • January 1940-1956
Commander
  • border|24px Josef Stalin border|24px Josip Broz Tito
  • border|24px Adolf Hitler border|24px Benito Mussolini border|24px Neville Chamberlain border|24px Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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  • 2
Series
Status
  • Unknown
Affiliation
team members
  • Mark Mellors
  • Rob Berwick
  • Robert Karpinski
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  • Economic Contributors border|24px Iberian United Republics border|24px Romania border|24px Switzerland border|24px Bolivia
Hair
  • None
combatant1a
  • Co-belligerents border|24px United Italian Empire border|24px Norge border|24px Suomi Republic border|24px Democratic Turkish Republic
Name
  • Deadlock
Type
  • Comic
  • Anti-esper Affinity group
Cover Artist
Territory
  • Unión de Repúblicas Americanas Medio forms to combat República de las Montañas and República de Antilles
Penciller
Caption
  • CAD of Deadlock
First
  • 2000
  • Youngblood Vol 1 1
Transportation
  • Feline robot motorbike .
desc
  • The accuracy of Dark-type moves is boosted.
Occupations
  • Knight Marshal
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  • Puppet States Brunei: *border|24pxWest Borneo USSR: *border|24px Estonia *border|24px Liatuvya Republic border|24px *border|24px Karelia *border|24px Armenia *border|24px Persian Socialist Republic Ireland-Alba: *border|24px Welsh Republic France: *border|24px United Soviet-Kampuchean Republic Hellenic Republic: *border|24px People's Democratic Republic of Masr Netherlands-Belgium: *border|24px Malaya
Pages
  • 22
Inker
Species
  • Robot
Title
  • Deadlock
Afbeelding
  • Janeway meets Janeway.jpg
Cover Image
  • 220
Titles
  • Ace of Swords
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  • Economic Contributors border|24px Iberian United Republics border|24px Romania border|24px Switzerland border|24px Costa Rica border|24px Colombia border|24px Venezuela border|24px Ecuador border|24px Peru border|24px Honduras border|24px Mexico
Weapons
  • Pair of lifting forks
  • The Ace of Swords.
Headquarters
Politics
  • Oligarchic
Color
  • Dark
Letterer
Powers
  • Various occult and mystical abilities, including levitation, the ability to read tarot cards, the ability to raise and control an army of zombies and the ability to draw on the ABC Warriors' memories to create a powerful psychic entity.
Captain
Before
  • #76: Prisoners
Result
  • Denmark-Sweden, Germany, Britain, France, Italy, Turkey, Norway, and Finland are left in ruins. The USSR splits in two- the Union of Socialist Asian Republics , and Soviet European Federation . Japan becomes a confederation.
After
  • #78: The Chosen:
Notes
  • Deadlock has on occasion starred in his own solo strip.
Universe
  • 2000
  • Youngblood
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  • Axis border|24px Empire of Nihon border|24px United States of America border|24px 3rd Deutsch Reich border|24px Kingdom of England Australia-New Zealand-Canada
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  • Puppet States Suomi: *border|24px Livonia United States: *border|24px Chukotka *border|24px Filipino Republic Nihon: *border|24px Korea *border|24px Kamchatka *border|24px Taiwan *border|24px Shandong *border|24px Hainan England: *border|24px Scotland *border|24px North Ireland *border|24px South African Republic *border|24px Sri Lanka *border|24px Kingdom of Saudi Arabia *border|24px British Raj Deutschland: *border|24px Bohemiopoland Italia: *border|24px Ethiopia *border|24px Crimea
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  • Star Trek: Voyager
  • VOY
Occupation
  • Wizard
Equipment
  • Tarot cards.
Published
Titel
  • Deadlock
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  • Europe, Asia, North America, Caribbean, Africa, Pacific
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  • Male
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  • Deadlock
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  • Second Great War
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  • yes
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  • 30
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  • [[Category:/Creator]] [[Category:/Creator]] [[Category:/Creator]] [[Category:/Creator]] [[Category:/Creator]] [[Category:Characters by Name ]]
  • (1) Las fechas de emisión y rating/ranking corresponden a Estados Unidos
  • Deadlock is a move used by Alisa Bosconovitch. Command: d+2, 3 Damage: 20, 28
  • This Alternate History shows what could happen if France had a socialist revolution, and Chamberlain made a military alliance with Hitler and Mussolini against France and the Soviet Union. The Axis was primarily composed of: the Empire of United Italy, the United Kingdom, the United States, the Third Reich, the Empire of Japan, and ANZAC. Co-belligerents allied with the Axis included Norway, Finland, and Turkey. Puppet states of the Axis included Korea, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Bohemiopoland, Hainan, Egypt, and Taiwan. The Comintern-Entente was primarily composed of: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the Third Republic of France, the Democratic Yugoslav Republic, Denmark-Sweden, Belgium-Netherlands, and the Hellenic Republic. Co-belligerents allied with the Comintern Entente included Nicaragua, Democratic Magyar Republic, Panama, Bulgaria, Chile, Slovakia, Afghanistan, Brunei, Ireland, Cuba, and the Democratic Republic of Siam. And while Costa Rica, Honduras, Colombia, Venezuela, and Mexico never took part in the war militarily, they were significant economic partners that funded the CE during the war. Due to the success of investing in the war, the three Latin American nations would become economic superpowers after the war. Engaged in a Cold War, Central America competed with the South Caribbean Coast and Chile over the Western Hemisphere. Puppet states of the CE included Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Borneo, and the Persian Socialist Republic.
  • Deadlock is a concept for a heavyweight robot which was intended to be completed for entry in Series 9 of Robot Wars, but it was not chosen by the producers to participate. It is unknown if Team Cyberwar still intend to complete the machine.
  • Deadlock is the most helpfull dm in the server. He's very tentative and cares for the player base. Ask any veteran player which dm to approach for a question and all of them will say Deadlock. He's especially helpfull on the forums where he always stays on topic. I love Deadlock and the only reason I play on COA is because of him. If I was not a male, I would have his baby.
  • The Battle for the newly built Omega Lock begins.
  • Gallius IV, the pearl of the galaxy! With a great climate and loads of resources, it's a shoo-in for colonization. You lead your merry band of pioneers to this pristine new world, ready to expand and enrich your nation. Unfortunately, it looks like every other race in the galaxy had the same idea, and sent their own people to stake a claim to it. Chaos ensues. Released in 1996, Deadlock is a turn-based strategy game with a few city building elements thrown in for good measure. The planetary map is divvied up in to different provinces (a la Risk), on which you can build colonies. The colony screen is akin to Sim City, letting you tailor each colony to support population, grow food, mine ore, raise morale, and the like. When your units meet the units of a hostile faction, combat happens. This is controlled by the computer, though you can tip the odds in your favor by researching technologies to improve your units. Troops that survive multiple battles also gain toughness points. A fairly simple game, it stood out by virtue of the creative art design. Each of the seven races has a distinct look that can be seen in the residences and cultural centers of their colonies. Originally, the look of units was intended reflect the race that built them, but this was scrapped in favor of generic units (though the infantry still has species-specific appearances). It also took a tongue-in-cheek approach to the setting, with the voice-acted colony advisors either showering you with praise or snark, depending on your performance. Deadlock was followed by a sequel called Deadlock 2: Shrine Wars. * All Planets Are Earthlike: When starting a game, you can set Gallius IV to be Earthlike. You can also make it icy, tropical, arid, or like Mars. These settings are purely cosmetic, however. * If memory serves, the default settings change gameplay slightly, in that an arid planet like Mars would have more mineral resources but less food, while something Earthlike-wet would be the opposite. * Actually and heavily averted ingame. the whole plot of the story is that there are very few habitable planets, and the one in the game is desired by all races. * All There in the Manual: the game came packaged with a highly detailed book, giving an abridged history and overview of every single race, including the two present that aren't actually playable. * Amusing Alien: Most of the aliens qualify. * Awesome but Impractical: the missiles. They do quite some damage and a swarm of them can cause a colony to need a ton of repairs, but they're expensive and disposable and they can't win you colonies without supporting forces. Really, they're better at saying "I've got so many resources I can waste them to annoy you" than at actually winning wars. It's far better to spend the resources to build military units instead. * Bee People: The Chch't qualify, being a hive-structured species in which the members resemble bipedal scorpions. They are run by queens, though there are apparently more than one. Judging by the Chch't colony advisor, they also have at least some degree of individual personality. * Bizarre Alien Biology: What does an Uva Mosk look like? Imagine a shrub with two stubby arms and legs. You might describe the head as looking like an anteater's, but you could also reasonably say it looks like a turnip with a tongue. * Blood Sport: Some of the documentation said that the Chch't participated these. Three of them would enter a ring and try to kill each other with their stingers. The way it was set up, sooner or later two would gang up on one (though that one could still win, if sufficiently skilled). * Brainwashed: The Re'lu can mentally dominate the units of other races. * British Accent: The Re'lu. * Crystal Spires and Togas: Crystalline towers stand tall in the Re'lu cities. The human colonies, with their sleek, vaguely Art Deco stylings, might also qualify. * Curb Stomp Battle: Games that end in military conquest tend to finish like this. As more and more territories are conquered from your enemies they lose the ability to make advanced units in sufficient numbers, making it harder and harder to defend what territories are left. One can derive a perverse satisfaction from conquering everything but one territory, then gathering all available military units and throw the lot of them on the territory that's left. The battle is usually over in about one second, plus one more to mop up civilian militia. * Cyborg: The entire Maug race. The nasty Cyth evicted the Maug from their home planet, forcing them to settle on a world that was far from ideal. As a result, the Maug began to sicken and die off, and now depend on cybernetic implants to sustain themselves. * Days of Future Past: Possibly the humans. The human colony advisor (as well as the humans seen in the opening cinematic) wear outfits that look like something from a futuristic Italian Renaissance. * Death From Above: You can build missile units that can strike colonies from afar. * Drop Ship: The opening cinematic shows some of the races using these to reach the planet's surface. * Dumb Muscle: This is the Tarth for you. * The Eeyore: For whatever reason, the Cyth tend to be very depressed. Maybe all the evil just gets to them. You'll almost always have a few colonists who refuse to work when you play as them. However, their morale is fixed and never changes, even under oppressive taxation. Essentially, you give up 10% of your workforce in exchange for having the remaining 90% guaranteed all the time. * The Greys: Or the blues, as the case may be. The blue-skinned Re'lu visited Earth in the past, and were the source of the Grey legends. Contrary to popular belief, they never probed anybody. * Henchman Race: The Chch't and Tarth acted the part for the Cyth at some point in the past, though this is no longer the case. * Higher-Tech Species: The Maug provide an interesting example of this. Utterly dependent on their cybernetics, they also get significant research bonuses. However, they're a relatively weak race recovering from the depredations of the Cyth. * Humans Are Traders: At least when it comes to trade. Humans generate more money than any other race. * Humans Are Warriors: The Skirineen blew up Earth's moon, thinking that the humans (who hadn't fought a real war in a long time) would be easy pickings. Instead, the humans went berserk and stormed the Skirineen Empire. In the game, human units have the Berserk ability, which gives them massive combat advantages, though it destroys the unit at the end of the battle. * It also gives them a pre-ass kicking Battle Cry. * Instant Win Condition: Build the prerequisite number of city centres and all you enemies give up their claim on the planet, for some reason. * Isometric Projection: The colony screen. * Non-Entity General: Partly averted, in that each race gives the player a specific title. Chch't: Hive Imperius. Cyth: Veil Lord (or Dark One). Human: Commander. Maug: Chieftain. Re'lu: Overseer. Tarth: Ubergeneral. Uva Mosk: Grand Hortus. * Obviously Evil: Their faces hidden under gas masks and garbed in dark robes, the Cyth look every inch the villain. The colony advisor sometimes refers to you, the player, as Dark One (though Veil Lord is probably the official title). * Plant Aliens: The Uva Mosk. * Powered Armor: The most advanced infantry units use this. * Proud Warrior Race Guy: Somewhat subverted by the Tarth. Though they're big and strong and love to fight, they don't seem inordinately concerned about honor. * Psychic Link: The Re'lu can do this, as can the Cyth (though the latter tend to use it to make peoples' heads explode). * Reinventing the Wheel: Every campaign mission you have to research everything again. Attempted to justify ingame stating that the treaty (Xythra Accords) that is part of the main plot requires each colony to develop its own technology. * Scary Dogmatic Aliens: Possibly the Cyth. The Uva Mosk may be an ecologically-themed version of this. * Send in the Clones: Featured in Deadlock 2: Shrine Wars. * Space Pirates: The Skirineen. Once the bullyboys of the galaxy, they got on the bad side of several races (most notably humanity, who really walloped them). Unable to lay a claim to Gallius IV by nature of them being unwilling to sign the pact the rest of the other races agreed to, they lurk in orbit, selling black market goods to the various races. You can buy from them, but if you get caught the resultant scandal will lower colonist morale, especially if you're playing humans. * Spikes of Villainy: Seen on some of the Cyth buildings. * Suicidal Overconfidence: If you so much as scratch someone's territory they'll automatically set you as their enemy, and their advisors will occasionally pop up and threaten and taunt you, even as you proceed to methodically squash them out of existence. Occasionally subverted after an attack, when the enemy advisors will whine and plead for you to leave them alone. * The Symbiote: The Re'lu are actually two races, each individual consisting of a symbiotic pair. The fragile Re are blue and skinny anthropoids. Throughout their history, they depended on the vaguely canine Lu for protection. In return, the Re use their psychic powers to broadcast soothing thoughts in the Lu's brain. Background fluff states that the human animal rights groups became outraged when they found out about this symbiosis, saying that the Lu were being exploited. This soured the relationship between the two formerly allied races. It's worth point out that, thanks to their advanced technology, the Re probably don't really need the Lu any longer. * We Are as Mayflies: The Chch't, who get an in-game population bonus, very helpful for early expansions. * Your Head Asplode: The Cyth mind blast does this.
  • Deadlock might refer to: * Deadlock (L&O), the Law & Order season 17 episode. * Deadlock (CI), the Law & Order: Criminal Intent season 8 episode.
  • Deadlock is a crew that sailed the Cobalt Ocean. The crew flew the flag of The Brotherhood.
  • Le nombre de survivants dans la séquence représentée dans le titre est 39 556 Résumé de complot Ellen Tigh et Boomer arrivent à la flotte et Boomer est immédiatement prises pour le brick. Ellen et Saul se réunissent et, après l'amour, aller ensemble visiter Sam Anders, qui est toujours dans le coma. Tory Foster, Galen Tyrol, un Six et huit sont également au chevet d'Anders. Les Cylons proposent que depuis Ellen est de retour, ils devraient quitter la flotte humaine, surtout depuis Caprica Six est enceinte enfant entièrement Cylon de Saül et ils ne ont plus besoin des humains pour se reproduire. Ellen ne connaissait pas Caprica Six être enceinte, et est en colère contre Saül comme elle n'a jamais été en mesure de concevoir des enfants, et Caprica ne aurait pu devenir enceinte se il l'aimait vraiment. En outre, parce que les autres Cylons sont des créations de la finale Cinq, elle considère la relation de Saül avec Caprica dans une lumière incestueuse. Un vote est fait par le final Cinq qu'elles devraient rester avec la flotte humaine, et ils promettent d'être lié par les résultats de ce vote. Tory Foster et Galen Tyrol vote ils vont, Saul Tigh votes qu'ils restent et ils assument de ce que Anders a dit auparavant, il serait également voter pour rester, ce qui laisse Ellen avec le vote décisif. Elle affirme qu'elle a besoin de plus de temps, et va rendre visite à Caprica Six dans ses quartiers. Elle «accidentellement» dit Caprica Six qu'elle et Saul eu des rapports sexuels avant lui disant qu'elle croyait Saul aimait Caprica plus qu'il l'aimait. Ellen appelle ensuite une autre réunion, et dit qu'elle a décidé que la flotte Cylon devrait laisser. Saul refuse de quitter, et Ellen dit que ce est parce qu'il aime le navire et William Adama plus qu'elle-même ou Caprica Six. Caprica est bouleversé et commence à perdre le bébé. Lui et Ellen se unir pour essayer de raconter Caprica que Saül fait aimer qui croit Ellen va sauver le bébé, mais Caprica Six souffre encore d'une fausse couche. Saul va à Adama de soutien, révélant que le nom du bébé était "Liam", court pour William. (Writer Jane Espenson a confirmé que Saul voulait nommer son enfant après son meilleur ami. Ailleurs, Tyrol et des équipes de Cylons tentent de fixer le navire en utilisant un polymère de Cylon à croître dans les fissures. Gaius Baltar rejoint ses croyants, qui ont pris les armes pour obtenir et conserver les fournitures, mais donne une certaine distance de personnes affamées dans "Dogsville" avant que le reste est volé par les Fils de Ares. Il fait appel à l'amiral Adama, qui lui fournit des armes pour empêcher que cela se produise à l'avenir. Près de la fin de l'épisode, le moniteur à proximité Anders indique qu'il a des fonctions supérieures du cerveau et ses yeux flutter comme dans le sommeil paradoxal. L'épisode se termine avec Roslin et Adama marche à travers le navire passé un Six et huit de travail sur la coque du navire et un groupe de pilotes humains et cylons mixtes. A Six a arrêté devant le mur, regarder les photos, et Roslin se rend compte que les Cylons ont commencé officialisant leurs morts de la même manière que les humains en:Deadlock
  • The survivor count shown in the title sequence is 39,556 Plot summary Ellen Tigh and Boomer arrive at the fleet and Boomer is immediately taken to the brig. Ellen and Saul reunite and, after making love, go together to visit Sam Anders, who is still comatose. Tory Foster, Galen Tyrol, a Six and an Eight are also by Anders' bedside. The Cylons propose that since Ellen has returned, they should leave the human fleet, especially since Caprica Six is pregnant with Saul's fully Cylon child and they no longer need humans in order to reproduce. Ellen did not know about Caprica Six being pregnant, and is angry at Saul as she was never able to conceive children, and Caprica could only have become pregnant if he truly loved her. Furthermore, because the other Cylons are the Final Five's creations, she views Saul's relationship with Caprica in an incestuous light. A vote is had by the Final Five on whether they should stay with the human fleet, and they promise to be bound by the results of that vote. Tory Foster and Galen Tyrol vote they go, Saul Tigh votes they stay and they assume from what Anders has said previously he would also vote to stay, which leaves Ellen with the deciding vote. She states that she needs more time, and goes to visit Caprica Six in her quarters. She "accidentally" tells Caprica Six that she and Saul had sex, before telling her she believed Saul loved Caprica more than he loved her. Ellen then calls another meeting, and says she has decided that the Cylon fleet should leave. Saul refuses to leave, and Ellen says this is because he loves the ship and William Adama more than herself or Caprica Six. Caprica becomes upset and starts to lose the baby. He and Ellen unite to try to tell Caprica that Saul does love her which Ellen believes will save the baby, but Caprica Six still suffers a miscarriage. Saul goes to Adama for support, revealing that the baby's name was "Liam", short for William. (Writer Jane Espenson confirmed that Saul wanted to name his child after his best friend. Elsewhere, Tyrol and teams of Cylons attempt to fix the ship by using a Cylon polymer to grow into the cracks. Gaius Baltar rejoins his believers, who have taken up arms in order to get and keep supplies, but gives some away to starving people in "Dogsville" before the rest is stolen by the Sons of Ares. He appeals to Admiral Adama, who supplies him with weapons to prevent it happening in the future. Near the end of the episode, the monitor near Anders indicates that he has higher brain functions and his eyes flutter as in REM sleep. The episode ends with Roslin and Adama walking through the ship past a Six and an Eight working on the ship's hull and a group of mixed human and Cylon pilots. A Six has stopped in front of the Wall, staring at the photos, and Roslin realises that the Cylons have begun memorialising their dead there in the same way as the humans
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  • Deadlock is an ability created by Eronan. Nine Pokémon have this ability all of which are Dark-types.
  • Mutual destruction assured! – "Deadlock" was the 77th issue of DC Comics' 1989 ongoing series of Star Trek comics, written by Kevin Ryan. This is a prelude to The Chosen story arc, with art penciled by Rachel Forbes-Seese and inked by Mark Heike.
  • Deadlock (デッドロック Deddorokku?) is a group comprising of espers whose power development had reached a standstill and would not progress any further. They are a minor antagonistic organization in Shokuhou Misaki and Kamijou Touma's shared backstory, leading directly to the latter being incapable of remembering Misaki after meeting her.
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