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  • Technician
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  • [[Category:s]] [[Category:s]] [[Category:s]] The Technician is encountered during the mission Dossier: The Convict aboard the Purgatory in Mass Effect 2. Once Warden Kuril springs his trap on Shepard, the firefights begin. At the end of the hall in the room, right before you release Jack is where the Technician is waiting for you. As he frantically requests aid, he is killed by Shepard and the squad.
  • Technicians may be classified as either skilled workers or semi-skilled workers, and may be part of a larger (production) process. They may be found working in a variety of fields, and they usually have a job title with the designation 'technician' following the particular category of work. Thus a 'stage technician' is a worker who provides technical support for putting on a play, while a 'medical technician' is an employee who provides technical support in the medical industry or to the medical profession.
  • Technician is a fictional character who appeared in the Hogan's Heroes episode, The Big Dish. He was played by Walter Kightly.
  • The Technician is an civilian that appears in Hitman 2: Silent Assassin. He can be seen in the level The Jacuzzi Job.
  • Technicians and engineers design, build and maintain equipment. They are common both among the terran and protoss in order to design and maintain the hardware they field on the battlefields of the Koprulu Sector. Terran technicians which work on subwarp engines are known as "warp rats". The protoss use elite engineers known as phase-smiths for the optimization of their weapons, armor, and spacefaring ships. They are used both the Khalai and Nerazim.
  • This Technician was working for the Liberation in its secret, underground "Lair" when he was attacked and killed by the Scarecrow Probe.
  • "Technician" is a background character who made his first appearance in the episode "World Girls." This character made a few appearances throughout the episode along with his twin daughters. He was later seen working for the Pseudo Meta corporation in "Get Smart" where his executive comes to check on the latest error report for the HUGO 3.0. His executive convinces him that 98% accurate is close enough to 100%, to which they burst into maniacal laughter. He also worked at the ticket window at the Mill Creek Mall Cinema 8 in "On the Buster Scale".
  • Everything breaks, especially when it gets hit by an ion cannon. That's why any serious enterprise will need technicians. They train in a range of technological skills; only happy around roaring engines and powerful explosives, able technicians are in high demand around the galaxy.
  • Technician (テクニシャン) is a Keshin skill.
  • A technician is someone who specializes in operating equipment. An example would be Walter Harriman, who is the gate technician for Stargate Command.
  • A technician was a title given to a crewman who is trained to perform specific tasks, usually of a technical nature, and are usually attached to the engineering department aboard starships and space stations. Aboard Federation starships, Transporter technicians are trained to operate and maintain the transporter consoles. (Star Trek: The Original Series; TTN novel: Taking Wing) Rom was a technician with the Bajoran Militia between 2373 and 2375. (DS9 episodes: "Bar Association", "The Assignment")
  • Technician is an ability in the Pokémon games introduced in the Fourth Generation. It boosts the power of a Pokémon's weaker moves.
  • The Technician, or Dr. Vasak, was a member of the Church of Blood. It appeared he was the one who was reproducing the Mirakuru with Slade Wilson's blood.
  • The technician appeared in a total of 1 episode throughout the course of the series. Season 1 - Dream Sorcerer
  • Technicians are like science programmer wizards. And mom said I was wasting my life with World of Warcraft... Technicians can learn as many programs as they want, but they can only prepare a certain amount and cast a certain number per day.
  • Technician is an Occupation normally listed under Other Crew. If the credits directly indicate it, then it might also be listed under Art Department, Camera and Electrical Department, Makeup Department, Sound Department, Special Effects or Visual Effects.
  • Technician is an Rugrats minor character he voiced by Andy Houts.
  • Technician (テクニシャン Technician) is an ability that will increase the power of any of the user's moves by 1.5 if their power stat is less than 60.
  • The technician kept House from interfering with the operations of orthopedics, which had been given his old conference room. In particularly, he kept House from getting his whiteboard.
  • A technician is a crewman trained in a specific process, often of a technical nature. When a technician is referred to, he or she is often called technician 1st, 2nd or 3rd class so as to account for his or her rank. A petty officer 2nd class, for example, who is a transporter technician, would be, traditionally, referred to as technician second class.
  • Technician was a man stationed in MTAC who brought Agent Paula Cassidy online as Caitlin Todd had requested a video-conference. Unfortunately, due to Kate being kidnapped by Ari Haswari and his men, her boss, Leroy Jethro Gibbs took the conference call instead.
  • The technician is a character in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel in 2208. In order to give the people of the Vault a chance to evacuate from the doomed facility, the Initiate is sent to the Vault mainframe, and is assisted by a technician who needs to shut down the ventilations shafts. If the technician dies, another one respawns. However, when the technician does his work near terminals while the player is connecting the circuits elsewhere, he is killed by a Tesla robot.
  • Technicians were beleived to have been a type of program affiliated with the Machines. At least one seemed to have left his former allies and joined the Merovingians (Merovingian Technician). There are many vaireties of technicians, from Data Technicians to Machine Technicians.
  • Technicians, also known as mechanics or technos, were people whose occupation involved crafting, repairing, and understanding technology. These experts could be found in almost every industrial region across the galaxy, mainly employed at factories, shops, and space stations. Common technicians specialized with droids and vehicles ranging from landspeeders to interstellar cruisers. Others applied their handy versatility to services that required medical technology, to where medical droids were thought of as the perfect surgeons. Altogether, technicians were an asset the galaxy could not do without.
  • The Technician was the planned Magic-based hero class for the Forge faction in the original concept for Heroes III: Armageddon's Blade. Only the class's name was revealed; no information was released regarding its appearance, statistics or individual heroes.
  • A technician, often abbreviated tech or techie, is someone who deals with technology. More PPC-specifically, a technician is a member of the Department of Sufficiently Advanced Technology, though they usually are addressed as "Agent [Name]." If your CAD or remote activator malfunctions, you should hunt down a tech from DoSAT. They are wily and good at hiding, though, so be on your toes.
  • Technicians known to wear blue robes, Lead Technicians wear blue robes trimmed in red. A Technicians strength lies in their ablity to visualize and control things at a molecular level. They also build and maintain matrixes and latticework. A skilled Technician can also serve as Keeper, a Technicians circle can performs any feats but will not be as strong as a circle headed by a Keeper.
  • A technician is a person who can upgrade and repair weapons and armor for a price. Technicians were introduced in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky and continued on to Call of Pripyat.
  • Technician (テクニシャン) là kỹ năng hỗ trợ Keshin trong game Inazuma Eleven GO.
  • Technicians are the lowest form of science minions. They are the only minion that can fix items on your island. They can also help with research, but they are slow at doing so. They can be found in the lab, control room, or in the mess hall. A Repairman is required to train your first technician. The hostage Acts of Infamy can be found in the Pacific Islands and North China. Technicians use a laboratory worktop to train in the training room.
  • In 2364, sensor technicians were dispatched to work on a "glitch" with the USS Enterprise-D's sensor readings that were indicating there was something in orbit, despite the fact nothing appeared on the viewscreen. (TNG: "Justice" ) In 2367, Vagh requested that his own technicians be allowed to confirm Captain Picard's claim that a Federation phaser rifle had been charged using Romulan technology. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye" ) In the script, the term "technician" is commonly used to refer to background characters such as transporter technicians, medical technicians, etc.
  • In Middle-Earth foremostly the Dwarves had a reputation for working with more complicated machines and for creating mechanical clocks and magical Toys the only mannish culture which had made great efforts in technology were the Númenóreans who at the peak of their power knew of Steam engines, Explosives, Alchemy and Air-Ships.This knowledge had been teached to them by Sauron who had been the leading Technician of Angband and Utumno and knew the secrets of Morgoth's Mechanical Dragons and other complicated engines of war and forbidden knowledge.From Angband and Utumno also came the limited but efficient technological lore of the Orcs though their techniques were quite primitive and degenerated in comparison to the efforts of their Masters.The Dúnedain, Elves and Hobbits largely despised com
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Animal
  • Aardvark
Voice
  • Unknown
Job
  • Ticket seller
  • Technician;
Games
  • FOBOS
Faction
Portrayer
  • Daniel Brochu
Shields
  • Low
Age
  • 30.0
FirstAppearance
Armor
  • None
Weapon
  • None
Hero
  • Friendly
Status
  • Deceased
Affiliation
Role
  • Technician
Game
Actor
Name
  • Technician
  • Dr. Vasak
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  • Death Troopers Invade Star Wars: Commander – Exclusive!
  • Wookiee history gallery
  • Cloud City History Gallery
  • "Millennium Falcon" biography gallery
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  • A technician minion.
  • Technician in the Season 1 finale episode, "Reveille".
Sex
  • Male
Abilities
  • None
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  • This skill improves ground personal shields, firearms, and armor engineering abilities.
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cartoon last appeared
  • "On the Buster Scale"
plotting
  • 4
stealing
  • 2
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  • Shortens time of Acts of Infamy
base health
  • 30
carries weapon
  • No
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  • 35
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  • Unknown
Group
  • Envirotech
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  • show
AFF
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  • LC
Class
  • B
Sub
  • Technician background.
Successor
dialogue
Occupation
  • Orthopedics technician
  • Scientist Member of the Church of Blood
Show
  • Arrow
Family
Heat
  • 3
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  • news/death-troopers-invade-star-wars-commander
  • wookiee-history-gallery
  • cloud-city-history-gallery
  • Millennium-falcon-biography-gallery
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  • Male
  • N/A
Health
  • Low
Race
Portrayed
Villain
  • Friendly
Locations
Armament
Location
Predecessor
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Dub name
  • Unknown
  • Technician
exa
  • Equipment Diagnostics
  • Shield Recharge
  • Weapons Malfunction
Pokemon
  • Breloom
  • Mime Jr.
  • Cinccino
  • Persian
  • Scizor
  • Minccino
  • Meowth
  • Scyther
  • Mr. Mime
  • Ambipom
  • Hitmontop
  • Smeargle
  • Roserade
  • Kricketune
  • Marshadow
  • Alolan Meowth
  • Alolan Persian
  • Mega Scizor
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  • In Middle-Earth foremostly the Dwarves had a reputation for working with more complicated machines and for creating mechanical clocks and magical Toys the only mannish culture which had made great efforts in technology were the Númenóreans who at the peak of their power knew of Steam engines, Explosives, Alchemy and Air-Ships.This knowledge had been teached to them by Sauron who had been the leading Technician of Angband and Utumno and knew the secrets of Morgoth's Mechanical Dragons and other complicated engines of war and forbidden knowledge.From Angband and Utumno also came the limited but efficient technological lore of the Orcs though their techniques were quite primitive and degenerated in comparison to the efforts of their Masters.The Dúnedain, Elves and Hobbits largely despised complicated machines and technology, seeing advanced technologies as a heritage from Morgoth and a threat to peace and nature.
  • [[Category:s]] [[Category:s]] [[Category:s]] The Technician is encountered during the mission Dossier: The Convict aboard the Purgatory in Mass Effect 2. Once Warden Kuril springs his trap on Shepard, the firefights begin. At the end of the hall in the room, right before you release Jack is where the Technician is waiting for you. As he frantically requests aid, he is killed by Shepard and the squad.
  • Technicians may be classified as either skilled workers or semi-skilled workers, and may be part of a larger (production) process. They may be found working in a variety of fields, and they usually have a job title with the designation 'technician' following the particular category of work. Thus a 'stage technician' is a worker who provides technical support for putting on a play, while a 'medical technician' is an employee who provides technical support in the medical industry or to the medical profession.
  • Technician is a fictional character who appeared in the Hogan's Heroes episode, The Big Dish. He was played by Walter Kightly.
  • The Technician is an civilian that appears in Hitman 2: Silent Assassin. He can be seen in the level The Jacuzzi Job.
  • Technicians and engineers design, build and maintain equipment. They are common both among the terran and protoss in order to design and maintain the hardware they field on the battlefields of the Koprulu Sector. Terran technicians which work on subwarp engines are known as "warp rats". The protoss use elite engineers known as phase-smiths for the optimization of their weapons, armor, and spacefaring ships. They are used both the Khalai and Nerazim.
  • This Technician was working for the Liberation in its secret, underground "Lair" when he was attacked and killed by the Scarecrow Probe.
  • "Technician" is a background character who made his first appearance in the episode "World Girls." This character made a few appearances throughout the episode along with his twin daughters. He was later seen working for the Pseudo Meta corporation in "Get Smart" where his executive comes to check on the latest error report for the HUGO 3.0. His executive convinces him that 98% accurate is close enough to 100%, to which they burst into maniacal laughter. He also worked at the ticket window at the Mill Creek Mall Cinema 8 in "On the Buster Scale".
  • Everything breaks, especially when it gets hit by an ion cannon. That's why any serious enterprise will need technicians. They train in a range of technological skills; only happy around roaring engines and powerful explosives, able technicians are in high demand around the galaxy.
  • Technician (テクニシャン) is a Keshin skill.
  • A technician is someone who specializes in operating equipment. An example would be Walter Harriman, who is the gate technician for Stargate Command.
  • A technician was a title given to a crewman who is trained to perform specific tasks, usually of a technical nature, and are usually attached to the engineering department aboard starships and space stations. Aboard Federation starships, Transporter technicians are trained to operate and maintain the transporter consoles. (Star Trek: The Original Series; TTN novel: Taking Wing) Rom was a technician with the Bajoran Militia between 2373 and 2375. (DS9 episodes: "Bar Association", "The Assignment")
  • Technician is an ability in the Pokémon games introduced in the Fourth Generation. It boosts the power of a Pokémon's weaker moves.
  • The Technician, or Dr. Vasak, was a member of the Church of Blood. It appeared he was the one who was reproducing the Mirakuru with Slade Wilson's blood.
  • The technician appeared in a total of 1 episode throughout the course of the series. Season 1 - Dream Sorcerer
  • In 2364, sensor technicians were dispatched to work on a "glitch" with the USS Enterprise-D's sensor readings that were indicating there was something in orbit, despite the fact nothing appeared on the viewscreen. (TNG: "Justice" ) In 2367, Vagh requested that his own technicians be allowed to confirm Captain Picard's claim that a Federation phaser rifle had been charged using Romulan technology. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye" ) In 2370, Deela, an official at the Tozhat Resettlement Center, complained that the center's computers didn't work, and a technician hadn't arrived since they were not a top priority. (DS9: "Cardassians") In the script, the term "technician" is commonly used to refer to background characters such as transporter technicians, medical technicians, etc. This chart shows only general equivalencies based on the ranks used by many governments on Earth, as well as the rest of the galaxy.
  • Technicians are like science programmer wizards. And mom said I was wasting my life with World of Warcraft... Technicians can learn as many programs as they want, but they can only prepare a certain amount and cast a certain number per day.
  • Technician is an Occupation normally listed under Other Crew. If the credits directly indicate it, then it might also be listed under Art Department, Camera and Electrical Department, Makeup Department, Sound Department, Special Effects or Visual Effects.
  • Technician is an Rugrats minor character he voiced by Andy Houts.
  • Technician (テクニシャン Technician) is an ability that will increase the power of any of the user's moves by 1.5 if their power stat is less than 60.
  • The technician kept House from interfering with the operations of orthopedics, which had been given his old conference room. In particularly, he kept House from getting his whiteboard.
  • Technicians are the lowest form of science minions. They are the only minion that can fix items on your island. They can also help with research, but they are slow at doing so. They can be found in the lab, control room, or in the mess hall. A Repairman is required to train your first technician. The hostage Acts of Infamy can be found in the Pacific Islands and North China. Technicians use a laboratory worktop to train in the training room. Technicians are weak combat minions. They will only attack at red alert or when attack, but they won't achieve much on their own but they decrease the infamy of time when they plotting
  • A technician is a crewman trained in a specific process, often of a technical nature. When a technician is referred to, he or she is often called technician 1st, 2nd or 3rd class so as to account for his or her rank. A petty officer 2nd class, for example, who is a transporter technician, would be, traditionally, referred to as technician second class.
  • Technician was a man stationed in MTAC who brought Agent Paula Cassidy online as Caitlin Todd had requested a video-conference. Unfortunately, due to Kate being kidnapped by Ari Haswari and his men, her boss, Leroy Jethro Gibbs took the conference call instead.
  • The technician is a character in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel in 2208. In order to give the people of the Vault a chance to evacuate from the doomed facility, the Initiate is sent to the Vault mainframe, and is assisted by a technician who needs to shut down the ventilations shafts. If the technician dies, another one respawns. However, when the technician does his work near terminals while the player is connecting the circuits elsewhere, he is killed by a Tesla robot.
  • Technicians were beleived to have been a type of program affiliated with the Machines. At least one seemed to have left his former allies and joined the Merovingians (Merovingian Technician). There are many vaireties of technicians, from Data Technicians to Machine Technicians.
  • Technicians, also known as mechanics or technos, were people whose occupation involved crafting, repairing, and understanding technology. These experts could be found in almost every industrial region across the galaxy, mainly employed at factories, shops, and space stations. Common technicians specialized with droids and vehicles ranging from landspeeders to interstellar cruisers. Others applied their handy versatility to services that required medical technology, to where medical droids were thought of as the perfect surgeons. Altogether, technicians were an asset the galaxy could not do without.
  • The Technician was the planned Magic-based hero class for the Forge faction in the original concept for Heroes III: Armageddon's Blade. Only the class's name was revealed; no information was released regarding its appearance, statistics or individual heroes.
  • A technician, often abbreviated tech or techie, is someone who deals with technology. More PPC-specifically, a technician is a member of the Department of Sufficiently Advanced Technology, though they usually are addressed as "Agent [Name]." If your CAD or remote activator malfunctions, you should hunt down a tech from DoSAT. They are wily and good at hiding, though, so be on your toes.
  • Technicians known to wear blue robes, Lead Technicians wear blue robes trimmed in red. A Technicians strength lies in their ablity to visualize and control things at a molecular level. They also build and maintain matrixes and latticework. A skilled Technician can also serve as Keeper, a Technicians circle can performs any feats but will not be as strong as a circle headed by a Keeper.
  • A technician is a person who can upgrade and repair weapons and armor for a price. Technicians were introduced in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky and continued on to Call of Pripyat.
  • Technician (テクニシャン) là kỹ năng hỗ trợ Keshin trong game Inazuma Eleven GO.
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