PropertyValue
rdf:type
rdfs:label
  • The General
  • The General
  • The General
  • The General
  • The General
rdfs:comment
  • He provides the Germans and the Dutch with 10 Skirmishers and a Heavy Cannon, the French and Spanish with 12 Musketeers and a Heavy Cannon, the British with 9 Musketeers and a Rocket, and the Ottomans with 10 Janissaries and 1 Great Bombard.
  • In the Real world he has the same appearance of a normal machine sentinel. In the Matrix, he takes the appearance of a military officer, while his sentinel cohorts appear as commandos.
  • The_General is a player and current Moderator of the GAW.
  • PreQuest: Part of To the Front! quest Given by: Hoi Mang Goals: * Talk to Rikugun Mikawa Hand In: Rikugun Mikawa Reward: * 335 XP (first time, 167 second time and 0 after that) Leads to: A Strong Defense...
  • The General is the general of Fair City.
  • The General is the currently leader of the Socialists.
  • "The General" é o oitavo episódio da quarta temporada da série de televisão Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Estreou dia 12 de Junho de 2012.
  • The General is a book in the cherub series, where a general of forty commandos hatches a plan to sneak in cherub agents to aid in the battle between the commandos and a whole american battalion. - edwardo el diablo dentonio Of grantham
  • The General is a character from the short film The Vanishing Private.
  • The General (Generał), to siedemdziesiąty czwarty odcinek serialu animowanego Wojny Klonów (2008-2014).
  • The General was in the same chapter as the Doctor in school, despite joining later than the Doctor.
  • Loud and forgetful, he frequently takes action whenever the situation becomes too large for the Test sisters to maintain, although his efforts never fare any better. He also may take action without Agents Black and White when something threatens the safety of the city (like new weaponry going haywire, or unknowingly targeting Johnny and Dukey in a robotic lake monster used by a con artist to capitalize on an old legend, although he sometimes doesn't know he is antagonizing the Test kids). He is prone to overkill and rarely considers what result his actions may have on civilians, to the point he fired at a forest, an inhabited area, and even a place where many kids were playing in the aforementioned case. First Appeared In Johnny to the Center of the Earth
  • Through a series of failures and miscalculations, the General eventually becomes a tool of the Merovingian and the military leader of his forces in the Real World. It is through the assistance of the General that the Merovingian discovers the nature of the Machines' dependence on human beings to fuel their power plants, as well as uncovering the nature of the Oligarchy and the biological interface program.
  • The General is a character in Saints Row 2. Gentlemen I'm through meeting with "my adversary". If you please, dispose of this trash.[[File:|301px]] — The General, upon confronting The Protagonist for the first time.Broken {{ref}} (youtube link)
  • The General is a character from Day of The Doctor and Hell Bent. He was portrayed by Ken Bones and Steven Moffat in a T'Nia Miller mask.
  • The General es el octavo episodio de la cuarta temporada de la serie televisiva The Clone Wars. Fue transmitido el 4 de noviembre de 2011.
  • The General is a character of the ESCAPE movie. First Apperance: Arrival Part TWO Last Apperance: Code 14-90
  • The General was a Welsh robot which competed in the Robotic Soccer Tournament of Series 3 of Robot Wars, and later the main competition of the Series 8. It reached the Robotic Soccer final after beating Spectre, but lost to fellow Welsh robot Evil Weevil on a Judges' decision. In Series 8, it lost its Group Battle after Carbide ripped one of its wheels off and Behemoth left it on the Flame Pit. Before building robots, team member Haydn James originally built tractors for his own farm, with The General being built in the milking parlour.
  • Real name: Hadrian Ulysses Armstrong The General was once a child military genius. He grew into a burly teenager, and Spoiler paid a visit to try to convince him to help Robin reclaim Gotham. General tried to shoot Stephanie in the head, but she did a maneuver to avoid that, though the bullet still went through her shoulder. Tim arrived to confront Anarky. His head having been badly burned by the explosion, to cover it up, he wore the Red Robin cowl to the fight, shocking the General/Anarky/Former Red Robin. Read more about The General here
  • Military Science Fiction series by David Drake and S.M. Stirling, who rather specialize in the genre. The planet Bellevue was part of a vast, star spanning Federation until civil war destroyed the 'Tanaki Nets' that made interstellar travel possible and called down atomic fire on military installations and population centers alike. Technological civilization has been losing ground on Bellevue ever since. It should be noted that the series shares many similarities with Drake's later Belisarius Series (not surprising really). If you're looking for the Buster Keaton movie of the same name, go here
owl:sameAs
Season
Pets
  • None
dcterms:subject
Exile
  • Army General
Texto
  • Virando a maré! O controle Separatista de rotas de abastecimento vitais, mas isoladas, força a República invadir um planeta-chave, o mundo sombrio de Umbara. Enquanto tenta ajudar o batalhão de Obi-Wan Kenobi na conquista da capital de Umbara, Anakin Skywalker é chamado de volta para Coruscant. Seu batalhão é posto temporariamente sob o comando do General Jedi Pong Krell, um comandante inteligente e mordaz. A estratégia descuidada de Krell força a retirada do Capitão Rex e seu pelotão em uma derrota desastrosa...
produccion
  • 326
episodio
  • 8
productionCode
  • 3.260000
1emi
  • 4
seguido de
  • "Plan of Dissent"
Anterior
guion
Combat
  • Melee, Ranged
robot name
  • The General
sigue a
  • "Darkness on Umbara"
Próximo
dbkwik:ageofempires/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:all-the-tropes/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:allthetropes/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:buffy/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:disney/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:es.star-wars/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:es.starwars/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:johnny-test/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:pl.star-wars/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:pt.starwars/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:robotwars/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:runescapefanfiction/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:saintsrow/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:starwars/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:wizard101/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:johnnytest/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
DOD
  • 5
NL
  • The General
  • The General
  • The General
Games
  • Saints Row 2
Team
  • Team General
Titulo
  • The General
  • The General
nome
  • Episódio 8
  • The General
Last
  • "The Battle of Ardougne"
  • Last Gleaming
Timeline
  • 20
Power
  • 2
Age
  • Unknown
Speed
  • 15.0
Series
Status
  • Deceased
Diretor
Affiliation
First Appearance
team members
  • Tom James
  • Alan James
  • Haydn James
DE
  • Die Bruchpiloten
  • Die Bruchpiloten
  • Die Bruchpiloten#kanon
En
  • The General
  • The General
Name
  • Episode 8
  • The General
  • "The General"
  • THE GENERAL
Text
  • "The General" Episode Guide - The Clone Wars
  • The General
  • "The General" - The Clone Wars Episode Guide
  • Turning the tide! As Separatist control over vital but isolated supply routes expands, Republic forces invade a key planet, the darkened world of Umbara. In the midst of helping Obi-Wan Kenobi's battalion conquering the Umbaran capital, Anakin Skywalker is called away to Coruscant. His battalion is temporarily placed under the command of Jedi General Pong Krell, a shrewd and temperamental leader. Krell's reckless strategy forced Captain Rex to retreat with his platoons in a disastrous defeat.
Airdate
  • 2011-11-04
DOB
  • 5
Caption
  • The General in 2016
  • The General in Saints Row 2
First
  • Retreat
  • "The Socialist Stratagem"
Hair Color
  • Bald
other entries
dbkwik:matrix/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:clonewars/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:pl.starwars/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:wordgirl/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
Occupations
  • Drug Trafficker
Aliases
  • Name
  • The General
Weight
  • 110.0
Temporada
  • 4
  • Cuarta
PL
  • The General
  • The General
  • The General
Image caption
  • Caption
Production
  • 3.260000
Vehicles
backcolor
  • blue
episódio
  • 8
fontColour
  • white
Title
  • The General
Weapons
  • ?
  • Dual spinning discs
Imagem
  • 300
bgcolour
  • #C8A2C8
Ru
  • Генерал
  • Генерал
  • Генерал
Enemies
Love interest
  • Character
AKA
  • The General
Purpose
  • Former Sentinel, now rogue
Home
Affiliations
Profession
  • General
Fi
  • The General
Serie
Imagen
  • 250
JA
  • クレル将軍
  • クレル将軍
  • クレル将軍
Pt
  • The General
  • The General
Episode
  • 8
PREV
  • Darkness on Umbara
  • "Darkness on Umbara"
Interests
  • Weapons, cooking
ES
  • The General
  • The General
Family
  • Unknown
url
  • tv-shows/clone-wars/the-general-episode-guide
  • explore/the-clone-wars/ep408/#!/about
  • explore/the-clone-wars/ep408/#!/about
Classification
Friends
Eye Color
  • Unknown
Gender
  • Male
  • M
Race
  • Human
NEXT
  • Plan of Dissent
  • "Plan of Dissent"
TEXTCOLOR
  • white
Writer
Director
Size
  • 300
c-species
  • *Besalisk *Human **Clone *Umbaran
roteirista
c-organizations
  • *Confederacy of Independent Systems *Galactic Republic **Republic military ***Grand Army of the Republic ****501st Legion ****Clone trooper *****Advanced Recon Commando *****Advanced Recon Force trooper *****Clone Captain *****Clone Sergeant *****Medic ***Jedi General *Jedi **Jedi Order ***Jedi Knight ***Jedi Master *Skywalker *Umbaran Militia
l-species
  • *Besalisk *Human **Clone *Umbaran
estreia
  • *4 de Novembro de 2011 *12 de Junho de 2012
l-miscellanea
  • *Backpack *Confederate Roundel *Death **Suicide *Galactic Roundel *Jaig eyes *Kama *Nebula *Pauldron *Stimulant *Tattoo
nome brasil
  • O General
c-events
  • *Clone Wars **Battle of Umbara
c-creatures
  • *Banshee *Fish **Eel ***Rishi eel
c-characters
  • *Appo *CT-5385 "Tup" *CT-5555 "Fives" *CT-5597 "Jesse" *CT-6116 "Kix" *CT-7567 "Rex" *Dogma *Hardcase *Hardcase's Kamino commander *Obi-Wan Kenobi *Pong Krell *Anakin Skywalker
l-creatures
  • *Banshee *Rishi eel
c-locations
  • *Coruscant *Expansion Region **Ghost Nebula ***Umbara system ****Umbara *****Umbaran airbase *****Umbaran capital *Kamino
l-locations
  • *Coruscant *Expansion Region **Ghost Nebula ***Umbara system ****Umbara *****Umbara capital city *****Unidentified Umbaran airbase *Kamino
l-organizations
  • *Confederacy of Independent Systems **Umbaran militia ***Umbaran Soldier *Galactic Republic **Grand Army of the Republic ***Battalion ****Platoon ***Clone trooper ***Advanced Recon Commando ***501st Legion ****Clone trooper captain ****Clone trooper sergeant ****Clone trooper medic ***Jedi General *Jedi Order **Jedi **Jedi Master
l-technology
  • *Armor **Phase II clone trooper armor ***ARC trooper armor ***Rangefinder *Ascension gun *Blaster **Blaster cannon ***Z-6 rotary blaster cannon **Blaster pistol ***DC-17 hand blaster **Blaster rifle ***DC-15A blaster rifle ***Umbaran blaster rifle **DC-15S *Cloning tank *Electrobinoculars *Electromagnetic plasma cannon *Hologram *Imagecaster *Lightsaber **Anakin Skywalker's second lightsaber **Double-bladed lightsaber ***Pong Krell's lightsabers *Missile launcher **RPS-6 rocket launcher *Ray shield *Thermal detonator
l-events
  • *Clone Wars **Battle of Umbara
l-vehicles
  • *Acclamator I-class assault ship *All Terrain Recon Transport *Impeding Assault Tank *Space gunship *Umbaran hover tank *Umbaran mobile heavy cannon *Umbaran starfighter
produção
  • 326
epino
  • 8
c-miscellanea
  • *Backpack *Death **Suicide *Jaig Eyes *Kama *Language **Umbaran *Nebula *Pauldron *Prisoner *Red sigil *Republic crest *Separatist hex icon *Tattoo *Umbara alphabet
c-vehicles
  • *Repulsorcraft **Umbaran hover tank *Starship **Assault ship ***Acclamator-class transgalactic military assault ship **Gunship ***Low Altitude Assault Transport/infantry ****Space gunship **Starfighter ***Umbaran starfighter *Tank **Impeding Assault Tank *Walker **All Terrain Recon Transport **Umbaran mobile heavy cannon
l-characters
  • *CC-1119 "Appo" *CT-5385 "Tup" *CT-5555 "Fives" *CT-5597 "Jesse" *CT-7567 "Rex" *Dogma *Hardcase *Hardcase's Kamino commander *Obi-Wan Kenobi *Kix *Pong Krell *Anakin Skywalker *Unidentified clone trooper 3 (Umbara) *Unidentified clone trooper 4 (Umbara) *Unidentified clone trooper 5 (Umbara) *Unidentified Umbaran militia member 3
c-technology
  • *Armor **Clone trooper armor ***Phase II clone trooper armor ****ARC trooper armor *Blaster **Blaster cannon ***Z-6 rotary blaster cannon **Blaster pistol ***Ascension gun ***DC-17 hand blaster ***Umbaran blaster pistol **Blaster rifle ***DC-15 blaster rifle ***DC-15A blaster *Electrobinoculars *Electromagnetic plasma cannon *Hologram *Imagecaster *Lightsaber **Double-bladed lightsaber ***Pong Krell's lightsabers **Skywalker's lightsaber *Missile *Missile launcher **RPS-6 rocket launcher *Rangefinder *Ray shield *Thermal detonator
abstract
  • The General was a Welsh robot which competed in the Robotic Soccer Tournament of Series 3 of Robot Wars, and later the main competition of the Series 8. It reached the Robotic Soccer final after beating Spectre, but lost to fellow Welsh robot Evil Weevil on a Judges' decision. In Series 8, it lost its Group Battle after Carbide ripped one of its wheels off and Behemoth left it on the Flame Pit. The team also entered with Spartacus in the lightweight competition of Series 2 and had planned to enter Hazzard into the Series 3 Lightweight Competition, but this competition was cancelled due to a behind the scenes accident. Before building robots, team member Haydn James originally built tractors for his own farm, with The General being built in the milking parlour.
  • He provides the Germans and the Dutch with 10 Skirmishers and a Heavy Cannon, the French and Spanish with 12 Musketeers and a Heavy Cannon, the British with 9 Musketeers and a Rocket, and the Ottomans with 10 Janissaries and 1 Great Bombard.
  • In the Real world he has the same appearance of a normal machine sentinel. In the Matrix, he takes the appearance of a military officer, while his sentinel cohorts appear as commandos.
  • The_General is a player and current Moderator of the GAW.
  • PreQuest: Part of To the Front! quest Given by: Hoi Mang Goals: * Talk to Rikugun Mikawa Hand In: Rikugun Mikawa Reward: * 335 XP (first time, 167 second time and 0 after that) Leads to: A Strong Defense...
  • Military Science Fiction series by David Drake and S.M. Stirling, who rather specialize in the genre. The planet Bellevue was part of a vast, star spanning Federation until civil war destroyed the 'Tanaki Nets' that made interstellar travel possible and called down atomic fire on military installations and population centers alike. Technological civilization has been losing ground on Bellevue ever since. 1,103 years after 'the Fall', two young aristocrats, Raj Whitehall (a provincial seeking his fortune in the Civil Government's military) and his patrician friend Thom Poplanich are exploring the ancient catacombs beneath East Residence when they blunder into the centrum of Sector Command and Control Unit AZ12-b14-c000 Mk. XIV, a surviving AI supercomputer from pre-Fall times. Center chooses Raj as its instrument to reunite Bellevue and reverse the entropic cycle that will, if uninterrupted, lead to the total destruction of Human civilization and possibly the end of Human life on Bellevue. Or, as Raj sees it, he has been chosen by an Angel of the Spirit of Man as an Avatar to serve the Spirit's purposes on 'This Earth'. Both man and computer realize that this will more likely than not lead to Raj's death, either in battle or at the hands of his paranoid Governor, the Sole Rightful Autocrat of the Gubierno Civil, Barholm Clerett. The series is very obviously based on the history of 5th c. Byzantium. (Albeit with military technology more akin to that of the 1870s.) Barholm Clerett is a less-stable Justinian I. His wife Anne is a former 'entertainer' like the Empress Theodora, and Raj's campaigns show a more than passing similarity to those of Belisarius. Bellevue's Byzantium is 'The Civil Government', a theocratic state based on the literal worship of technology as relics of 'Holy Federation', the direct creation of 'The Spirit of Man of the Stars'. Interestingly, the 'Gubernio Civil' is descended from Hispanic colonists from the southwest United States and Latin America; their main language is Sponglish, similar to the Spanjol spoken by peons in the barbarian lands of the Brigade and the Squadron. In addition to the Civil Government there is 'The Colony', a Moslem state founded by refugees from the Final Jihad and the Civil Government's most formidable rival. (The Colony was on Bellevue first; presumably they had their own name for the planet.) Its other enemies are the Brigade and the Squadron; blond, fair-skinned barbarians speaking a corrupted form of American English -- Namerique -- and descended from mutinous Federation troops stranded by the Fall. After nearly losing his command and his life on a raid against the Colony, Raj returns to defeat the Colony's Settler and its great general Tewfik ibn Jamal in the first book of the series, The Forge. Raj's next assignment, in The Hammer, is the reconquest of the Southern Territories currently held by The Squadron, a barbarian naval power. Raj's campaign to retake the Western Territories from 'The Brigade' is covered in The Anvil and The Steel. In the final book The Sword Raj returns to the east to face the one general who's ever beaten him, Tewfik. It should be noted that the series shares many similarities with Drake's later Belisarius Series (not surprising really). A sequel series has Center and the recorded mind of Raj acting as Spirit Advisor to a couple of brothers on another world who must fight the Chosen, a Social Darwinist Empire of Space Nazis, (Expies of Stirling's own The Draka), to ready their planet for entry into The Alliance founded by The General. This series uses elements from The Spanish-American War, World War I, the Spanish Civil War, and World War II. A second sequel series does the same on another planet, with Eric Flint stepping in for Stirling after the first book (Flint also co-wrote with Drake in the Belisarius Series), and doesn't even try to disguise the nod to ancient Rome. Another sequel series is being written by Tony Daniel, starting with The Heretic; the situation in this is based on Ancient Egypt, with the complication that there's a not-quite-equivalent of Center maintaining the planet in primitive stasis, periodically encouraging barbarian conquests that aren't quite allowed to wipe out civilization. The first series is available in its entirety on the free Baen CD here (titles 'Warlord' and 'Conqueror'). It's being reprinted again in two-books-per-volume form, including the first two sequel series, under the titles Hope Reborn, Hope Rearmed, Hope Renewed, and Hope Reformed. As of March 2014, only the first two are out. If you're looking for the Buster Keaton movie of the same name, go here * Suzette, Lady Whitehall is a whole bundle of tropes: Lady of War, The Medic, Femme Fatale, and even Broken Bird thanks to her impoverished childhood. She is also at the opposite end of the Sliding Scale from her idealistic husband -- to Poisonous Friend levels. * All Planets Are Earthlike - Somewhat averted. Bellevue's native vegetation has a reddish coloration and native lifeforms are dangerous sauroids. It's mentioned repeatedly that without aggressive hunting of the sauroids, nobody can live on Bellevue except the barbarian Skinners. * And Man Grew Proud - the Fall of 'Holy Federation' that led to this mess. * Badass: Raj Whitehall. * Badass Crew: The Companions: Gerrin Staenbridge, Barton Foley, Antin M'Lewis, Kaltin Gruder... * Barbarian Tribe - The Military Governments, descended from Federation soldiers stationed out in the boonies. Some are VERY barbaric indeed - and NONE of the This Earth heretics speak proper Spanjol! * Allegedly Truth in Television, in that any who did not speak Latin were considered "barbarians". Because non-Latin speakers sounded like they were just saying "bar-bar-bar..." * Replace Latin with Greek and you've got the idea. * And when Raj refers to the barbarians as "vandals" there's serious wordplay in the context. * The Casanova: Major Kaltin Gruder, who averages three duels with outraged husbands per winter, keeps an entire mini-harem of slavegirl concubines, has had at least a one-night stand in every single town the army ever stopped in, and once managed to find a girlfriend to happily (and temporarily) shack up with within half an hour of first entering a city being sacked. * Was once heard joking that he enjoyed the opportunity to go on campaign because it gave him a chance to get out of the house and get some sleep. * The Cavalry: Riding eight hundred pound wardogs!! * Raising the threat index by several degrees. As Raj observes on several occasions, half-ton carnivores in a bad mood are very bad news. * The Chosen One - Raj, and in an unexpected way his friend Thom Poplanich as well. * Continuity Drift - Suzette's eyes keep changing color, as do the number of generations her family have been prominent and other admittedly minor details. * Deadly Decadent Court - East Residence is described even by its inhabitants as a 'snake pit' where murderous intrigue is the favored pastime of the patrician elite. Luckily for Raj Whitehall his wife, Lady Suzette, is a past mistress of all the arts from seduction to poison. * Days of Future Past * The Empire - Both the Civil Government and the Colony are like this. * Ermine Cape Effect - East Residence court dress is extremely elaborate. The Governor is rarely seen out of his cloth-of-gold vestments and Suzette frequently wears her splendid and seductive court costume to awe and inflame provincial officials. * Also Subverted: Because of the local Cargo Cult religion, the Governor's 'fanciest' vestments, only brought out for the most important and holy of occasions, are ... the holy jumpsuit of a pre-Fall data technician. * Let us not forget that Suzette's 'dazzling' court outfit is in fact trailer-trash bling, but with real gold and jewels. * Evil Chancellor - Tzetzas. Literally the Chancellor. There's a joke in-story that a venomous reptile bit him and died in convulsions while Tzetzas was unaffected. Driving his own country's people so far into debt that he can enslave them and take their property for himself is just good business, as far as he's concerned. * Fantasy Counterpart Culture: The Civil Government is Byzantine Rome, the Colony is the Sassanid Empire, the Squadron and Brigade are Vandals and Ostrogoths respectively, and the Skinners are the Huns. * A Father to His Men: Raj Whitehall, of course, but his subordinate commanders also qualify. * Handguns - The standard Civil Government sidearm is a five-shot revolver, similar to an early Colt. Barton Foley, however, prefers a cut-down shotgun he carries in a shoulder holster. * The Federation - although by the time of the novels it has long since been destroyed. * God Guise: The Civil Government's religion equates the Federation with Heaven, Computers as Angels, etc... It's also a good example of a Crystal Dragon Jesus as the Spirit of Man of the Stars faith's rites and temples bear a more than passing resemblance to the Orthodox Catholic Church. * There's also a schism between the 'Gubierno Civils Spirit of Man of the Stars and the Military Governments' Spirit of Man of This Earth (the equivalent of the Arian heresy). * The "computers as angels" aspect is played up for comic relief ... and this series deals realistically enough with war to need a lot of comic relief. Raj will notice some "holy relic" of computer technology, to which Center replies by telling him it's a minor piece of circuitry, and tended to malfunction a lot, too. And as the Arch-Sysup (equivalent to the Pope) says: * Horse of a Different Color - More like a different species, would you believe riding dogs?? * That's eight hundred to sixteen hundred pound dogs. About the size of a horse. Mind you, it's a carnivorous beastie with fangs. * I Did What I Had to Do - You might call this Raj's theme song - pity he can never quite believe it. * It's also Suzette's theme song, and she sings it much more enthusiastically than her idealistic husband. * At one point, one of the savage Skinners cheerfully says Raj is "bad like us" because of all the death he's caused. Raj starts to nod in agreement, but Center reminds him he's working to build a future in which there's nobody like the Skinners, anywhere. * If My Calculations Are Correct - Center's extrapolative faculty is indistinguishable from prophecy, but it's Either/Or Prophecy based on probabilities. * Impoverished Patrician - Suzette's backstory. It helps explain some of her ruthlessness; her fierce love for Raj covers the rest. * Improbable Aiming Skills - Center can do things to your perceptions, just starting with overlaying gunsights on your vision, that make unlikely shots rather more likely. Battle-hardened vets stare in awe after Raj takes down several enemies with rapid pistol fire, one-shot-one-kill. At one point it enables him to shoot a grenade out of the air -- he's relieved no one saw that, because if they had, the rumors that he receives 'divine' aid would become unstoppable. * Magic From Technology - Center claims to not be a supernatural being, but a lot of what it can do for/through Raj puts the lie to that. * Proud Warrior Race Guys - the Skinners, who are anything but noble savages! * Rape, Pillage and Burn - According to Bellevue rules of war, what the troops are entitled to do after a city is taken by storm. The officers either take part or close their eyes to it. Things are usually brought back under control in twenty-four hours or so. In Raj's army, any violation of civilian property or persons after that is punishable by hanging. * The Rival - Tewfik ibn Jamal to Raj Whitehall. * More a Worthy Opponent and Friendly Enemy I'd say. There is a definite hint they will become good friends in the future. At the very end of the series, Center predicts Raj's daughter marrying Tewfik's grandson. * Also, Cabot Clerett (see below). * Royally Screwed-Up - Governor Barholm and his nephew and heir Cabot Clerett are both raging paranoids. * At least they have their good points; Barholm is a competent ruler, and Cabot a genuinely brave and talented military commander who, unfortunately, covets everything Raj has: his fame, his position, and especially his beautiful wife. Settler Ali ibn'Jamal, ruler of the Colony, is just a complete psycho. * It might even be argued that some level of paranoia is not an unreasonable response to the Deadly Decadent Court that is Byzantium, er, East Residence. The only reason Raj isn't a threat to the Chair is that he's an utterly incorruptible idealist with Center sitting on his shoulder, whispering in his ear what will happen (plus or minus some percent) if he does try to take it for himself. * Center acknowledges Barholm's competence with a couple of scenarios in the first book: if Barholm himself takes action on certain problems, justice and prosperity will result. If he instead delegates the matter to Tzetzas, the common people will suffer grinding poverty and enslavement. Unfortunately, he delegates.... * Science Is Bad - Inverted. The goal of the series is to restore the High Tech civilization that once flourished on Bellevue and, if necessary, rebuild The Federation from there. * Schizo-Tech: Armored cars powered by diesel engines coexisting with a largely 1860's tech base. Then there's Center... * But justified by the Fall. Some artifacts and knowledge managed to survive even if most didn't. * There are no diesel engines. The highest technology available is a steam engine. * Generally, but very specifically in there's mention of some of the rare internal combustion engines available being used (steam engines are external combustion). * Shout-Out - almost too many to list. * Raj is called "the King of Spades" as was Robert E. Lee, and his nickname of 'Messer Raj' is very similar to Lee's "Marse Robert". * Shakespeare's Henry V is cribbed on more than one occasion. * Lampshaded in the books: Raj asks Bartin Foley where he got the words for that speech, and Bartin replies that it's from a surviving fragment of a "pre-Fall" drama. * Raj utters a variant of Cromwell's famous before-battle prayer. "Oh Spirit of Man of the Stars, you know how busy I must be this day. Do not forget me, even if I forget You." * Suzette quotes Stonewall Jackson. "No, I don't want them to be brave. Kill them all." * The lines: "He fears his fate too much or his desserts are small/ who will not put it to the touch to win or lose it all." are used as a toast. * Originally said by James Graham, Marquis of Montrose (1612 - 1650). Brilliant Scottish general who finally 'put it to the touch' a few times too many. * And then there's all the Rudyard Kipling... * ...and one to Bill Mauldin. In 'The Steel', Raj's soldiers are trudging through the muddy landscape of the Brigade's lands, heading for Old Residence, and one asks, "What's the name of this river?" On being told it's the Wolturno, he replies "Ever fukkin' river in dis country is named Wolturno." * The second sequel series makes two mentions of an evidently frog-like native creature ... called a kermitoid. * One of the characters mentions the story of an incorruptible cop who, after being framed and thrown into a prison with loads of convicts who hated him, used Rorshach's line: "I'm not locked up in here with you. You're locked up in here with me." * Story-Boarding the Apocalypse: Center can show Raj detailed audiovisual scenarios of the most likely results of various courses of action. Sometimes, just to rub in for us what a World Half Empty they're in, it'll show him situations he can't do anything about. * Suffer the Slings * Take That - It's mentioned that the war dogs are often fed a particular kind of fish, a bottom-feeder with a disgusting smell, utterly unfit to be eaten by humans. The fish is called the avocati -- clearly derived from the Spanjol for "lawyer." Only good for dog food, eh.... * Throw-Away Guns - Barbarians like the Squadrones and Brigaderos still use flintlocks and muzzle loaders and so carry a lot of spares. * True Companions- Literally, the Companions, a circle of loyal lieutenants around Raj. * The Lancer - Colonel Gerrin Staenbridge, second in command. * Loveable Rogue - Antin M'Lewis, former Bufford parish thief and captain of scouts. * The Smart Guy - Colonel Jorg Menyez, infantry leader and fortifications expert (unfortunately allergic to dogs); Colonel Dinnalsyn, chief of artillery. * The Big Guy -- Major Kaltin Gruder, the straightforward & unimaginative blunt instrument. * Sergeant Rock - Master Sergeant DaCruz. * Subverted when DaCruz gets killed in a skirmish with the Squadrones in the second book. * Vestigial Empire - the Gubierno Civil is practically a text book example. Indeed the shrinkage is a serious problem that might lead to the extinction of Human life on Bellevue if not reversed. * Well-Intentioned Extremist - Center, who considers the cause of Human civilization worth any number of individual Human lives ... though he becomes less and less happy about it the longer he knows Raj. * Would Not Shoot a Civilian: Crimes against non-combatants are harshly punished in Raj's army, except after a city that refuses to surrender is taken by storm, in which case all bets are off.
  • The General is the general of Fair City.
  • The General is the currently leader of the Socialists.
  • "The General" é o oitavo episódio da quarta temporada da série de televisão Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Estreou dia 12 de Junho de 2012.
  • The General is a book in the cherub series, where a general of forty commandos hatches a plan to sneak in cherub agents to aid in the battle between the commandos and a whole american battalion. - edwardo el diablo dentonio Of grantham
  • The General is a character from the short film The Vanishing Private.
  • The General (Generał), to siedemdziesiąty czwarty odcinek serialu animowanego Wojny Klonów (2008-2014).
  • The General was in the same chapter as the Doctor in school, despite joining later than the Doctor.
  • Loud and forgetful, he frequently takes action whenever the situation becomes too large for the Test sisters to maintain, although his efforts never fare any better. He also may take action without Agents Black and White when something threatens the safety of the city (like new weaponry going haywire, or unknowingly targeting Johnny and Dukey in a robotic lake monster used by a con artist to capitalize on an old legend, although he sometimes doesn't know he is antagonizing the Test kids). He is prone to overkill and rarely considers what result his actions may have on civilians, to the point he fired at a forest, an inhabited area, and even a place where many kids were playing in the aforementioned case. First Appeared In Johnny to the Center of the Earth
  • Real name: Hadrian Ulysses Armstrong The General was once a child military genius. He grew into a burly teenager, and Spoiler paid a visit to try to convince him to help Robin reclaim Gotham. General tried to shoot Stephanie in the head, but she did a maneuver to avoid that, though the bullet still went through her shoulder. While he sutured her up without anesthetic, he guessed Stephanie loved Robin and told her he wanted to be "Robin's Joker". Stephanie distracted General by pretending she was going to take off her costume in front of him, and when his hormones went wild, she punched him in the face, thinking, "teenage boys are so predictable". She further incapacitated him by shooting him in the chest with her grapple gun, though his body armor took most of the impact. She then made her escape. The General was later revealed to be masquerading as Red Robin, even hiring Scarab in Stephanie's stead to promote chaos in Gotham. When Robin found him out, the General yelled that Tim's "little girlfriend" knew where he lived. Tim used the Gotham security cameras to track the last place Steph had been, which was the warehouse The General had been hanging out in, guessing the General was the one who had shot Steph. He went to the place, only to find it wired with explosives by Anarky....who turned out to also be The General.... masquerading as Anarky having shot the original one in the head and hooked him to a computer thing to keep him alive. Why, yes, this boy loves playing dress up. The General as Anarky later tangled with Steph again when Steph was trying to head off some gang riots. With the warning that Anarky was there, Steph and the gangs got out of the building. Anarky ranted, threatening the crowd with a bomb. Spoiler shouted she'd stop the bomb before it hit the ground, to which Anarky replied, "But will you stop the one I planted in the plaza three hours ago?" and the plaza promptly exploded. Spoiler was thrown in the blast, but aparently was not seriously injured. Tim arrived to confront Anarky. His head having been badly burned by the explosion, to cover it up, he wore the Red Robin cowl to the fight, shocking the General/Anarky/Former Red Robin. While Gen/Anarky and Tim fought, Stephanie calmed down the gangs. At a point in the fight when Steph was trying to stop a man's bleeding, Genera/lAnarky told Tim he had planted a bomb in either the mailbox near Officer Harper or the manhole near Spoiler, and Tim had to pick pick which damsel to save. Tim thought of how Harper was there because she listened to him, and Steph was there because she didn't, but then forced himself to choose not between the people, but the most likely location of the bomb. He guessed correctly in saving Harper. However, that bomb also accidentally blew up Ulysses' brother and sister. A distraught Ulysses blamed Tim for this turn of events, then ran away. Read more about The General here
  • Through a series of failures and miscalculations, the General eventually becomes a tool of the Merovingian and the military leader of his forces in the Real World. It is through the assistance of the General that the Merovingian discovers the nature of the Machines' dependence on human beings to fuel their power plants, as well as uncovering the nature of the Oligarchy and the biological interface program.
  • The General is a character in Saints Row 2. Gentlemen I'm through meeting with "my adversary". If you please, dispose of this trash.[[File:|301px]] — The General, upon confronting The Protagonist for the first time.Broken {{ref}} (youtube link)
  • The General is a character from Day of The Doctor and Hell Bent. He was portrayed by Ken Bones and Steven Moffat in a T'Nia Miller mask.
  • The General es el octavo episodio de la cuarta temporada de la serie televisiva The Clone Wars. Fue transmitido el 4 de noviembre de 2011.
  • The General is a character of the ESCAPE movie. First Apperance: Arrival Part TWO Last Apperance: Code 14-90
is Leader of
is Anterior of
is Próximo of
is Affiliation of
is Name of
is other entries of
is TXT of
is Friends of
is wikipage disambiguates of
is last book of