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  • Skins are nylon rugs with directional fibres one attaches to the bottom of a splitboard half while climbing. The directional fibres allow the skin to slide freely in only one direction, so splitboarders use them to climb up easily without sliding back. Skins are called skins because when they were invented actual animal skins were used.
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Skins/preload editintro=Skins/editintro width=25
  • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, pri inani assentior ut. Ipsum nullam aperiam ad vim. Sententiae intellegam mea ut. Assum menandri est ne. Eu tantas volumus sea. Cum at agam meis cetero, ex qui aperiam rationibus. Vis no iusto partem utroque. In diceret perpetua mel. Case graece vis an. Nam verear eleifend te, cum et graeco impetus democritum. Te pri tation detracto invidunt, at elit laudem delicata his, et sale consequuntur vim. Eos ex scripta petentium temporibus. Skins
  • When Kenyan game warden Kim is shot dead by poachers after refusing to take the customary cut for turning a blind eye on 'harvesting' animals hides and elephant tusks, his sister and colleague Kamara Kaboko travels all the way to LA to enlist the A-team. On arrival Murdock makes it his mission to reacquaint BA with his 'roots' (which are probably in West -, not East Africa). They stop a poach raid, plant a wire to find the local smuggle king and order him to hand over all his stock and pay nearly half a million dollars for his past catches; when he tries to evacuate, ...
  • The next Bloons Tower Defense game will have unlockable skins that can be used with the game. Before starting the game, you can simply check which one (if any) you want to use. Skins don't affect the gameplay in any way, but simply make the bloons, towers, or anything else look different (depending on the type of skin). Bloonimals is one example of this.
  • Skins are, in the Grand Theft Auto games, textures that are placed over a blank three-dimensional model (a DFF file) used for clothing, vehicles, weapons, etc. All skins are stored inside of an IMG Archive, and a TXD archive, except in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, where only the TXD archives are present. Not all are the same. While most skins follow the same setup, others don't, because the model they were put on doesn't share the same unwrap. These require the corresponding DFF file in order to be rendered properly in the game; for example the NPC characters in-game some of which are 128x128, 64x64, or anything under 256x256, don't follow the design of the user skins.
  • Først: Du skal finde det skin du gerne vil have. Du finder skins'ne ved at gå ind i instillinger, og trykke "download". Så kan du kigge rundt, indtil du finder et som du synes om. Beskrivelse af beskrivelsen (URL'en er et eksempel"): x: (Skridt nr.) Tekst (Hvad du skal gøre) ["URL"] (Hvordan URL'en skal se ud) 1: Kopier URL'en ] 2: Paste den ind hvor den gamle URL var. [1] 3: Ænder index2.php?i= til use/ [2] 4: Skriv / til sidst [3] 5: Tjek at "Vis skin" er slået til 6: Gem instillinger 7: Log ud 8. Log ind igen 9: Nyd dit nye skin.
  • Throughout the Minecraft Hardcore series, the various players have chosen to wear very strange skins for their characters.
  • Die Skins International Trading AG (Eigenschreibweise: SKINS) mit Sitz in Steinhausen, Schweiz, ist die globale Konzernzentrale des international tätigen [[Wikipedia:de:|australischenW]] Herstellers von Kompressionsbekleidung, die 1996 gegründet wurde. Die Kompressionsbekleidung von Skins werden in den Segmenten Running, Fitness, Ski, Radsport, Triathlon, Regeneration und Teamsport angeboten. Die Produktion findet in Asien statt. Skins-Produkte werden weltweit in über 800 Verkaufsstellen, hauptsächlich im Sportfachhandel, angeboten.
  • Skins are textures which determine how a Player appears in Minecraft: Pocket Edition. Skins were added in Update 0.11.0.
  • Skins are extra player characters for modern source ports of games based on the Doom engine. These lumps contain additional graphic sprites, sounds, and other information which change the appearance of the main character and the user interface without otherwise altering gameplay. Skins first appeared in Doom Legacy then were later adapted into ZDoom. Currently, most Doom Legacy based ports and ZDoom based ports completely support skins.
  • Skins is a character from Shin Megami Tensei IV.
  • Skins are used to change the appearance of the character. This article describes how to get and use skins but does not provide the skins or links to them.
  • Skins or costumes change the appearance of your pigments in battle when your playing and even when your defending against someone else. Most skins you have to purchase with real money but a few you can earn by collecting cards in battle like you would with mercenaries or medals. PLEASE NOTE: you can only wear ONE skin at a time so if your gonna get a skin go for one only, this is also inconvenient for when you buy a special deal sometimes getting two skins at a cheaper price only being able to wear one. arm cannon uniform (mega man): Storm toaster skin:
  • As of BlizzCon 2016, there are no plans to disable skins for competitive multiplayer. As of Patch 3.12, only four skins at a time per race may be used in games with four or more players. These can be set in the "large format games" section of the skins tab.
  • Champion Skin (oder Skin) bezieht sich auf das Farbschema oder Aussehen eines Champions. Die meisten Skins können im Riot Shop mit Riot Points erworben werden, während andere nur zu speziellen Events/Promotions verfügbar sind/waren. Einige ausgewählte Chroma Skins können jedoch bei speziellen Events für 2000 EP gekauft werden Einige Skins bringen andere Partikel für Effekte, Zitate und Toneffekte mit sich. Jeder Skin hat sein eigenes Splashart, welches in der Championauswahl angezeigt wird. Seit dem Patch 7.16 wird nun auch im Match das eigene Champion Icon dem Skin angepasst.
  • Skins is the third in the PDF Series privately published by Richard A. Knaak. It was later included in the Legends of the Dragonrealm, Vol. II omnibus.
  • Your characters look can be changed by changing skin, they can be found in the form of clothes items and worn by using one. Clothes are a useful asset in any group, they help distinguish between friends and enemies. There are 17 total skins in total:
  • Skins è un bellissimo teen-dramma britannico che, con la massima sensibilità possibile, tratta della vita dei giovani ragazzuoli di oggi giorno. Codesto programma intento a sensibilizzare massimamente gli adolescenti mostra settimanalmente i modi più assurdi per adescare un compagno/a per applicare studio anatomico e puntualmente ci aggiorna sulle droghe più in voga del momento. Dicevo: skins è un teendrama britannico ambientato in un universo parallelo in cui qualunque ragazzino può star fuori casa tutta la notte e tornare imbottito di mdma senza che né mamma né papà se ne accorgano; In particolar modo dove a scuola insegnano psicologia, sociologia, recitazione, come ricreare il big bang utilizzando un gatto e un rotolo di scottex ma non c'è traccia della matematica e/o materie scolastica
  • A skin is the look of a snake during gameplay. There are 43 different skins in Slither.io ; 9 of which you can use without sharing. You can gain access to all skins if you share on Facebook/Twitter, but you can simply click them, and go back to the page without logging in, and then choose your skin.
  • A skin changes the appearance of a hero completely. Sometimes it grants a stat boost for a limited time (e.g. Health & ATK boosts for a day, double Candy reward during Halloween Event). While skins may provide temporary stat boosts for heroes during certain events, the original traits and abilities remain unmodified. that offer skins require that you have the specific hero unlocked to get a lucky pull from the Portal Summon, while in big Special Events you can often earn the skin even if you don't already have that hero in your collection yet.
  • Skins are wearable items and collectibles in the Ratchet & Clank (franchise). They change the player character's outfit or body entirely, either replacing it with a humorous twist based on real-life apparel or a playable version of an in-game species or character. Ratchet, Clank, Qwark and Nefarious are the only characters who have different skins to equip. Skins are either unlocked by completing missions or challenges in game, or purchased with skill points, dread points, gold, titanium, or hero bolts.
  • Skins, also referred to as finishes, are a new feature in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, introduced in the Arms Deal update. They are weapons with different textures that can be equipped in-game. They are completely cosmetic, holding no gameplay function. However, their different colours and textures can be used as a slight tactical advantage or disadvantage in some circumstances. Valve's Weapon Finishes Guide provides a basic starting point for creating your own weapon skins. To acquire a skin, one must either:
  • Skins are a feature in Don't Starve Together. They are equippable items that players can use to customize their characters in-game. Players can change which Skins they are using when they join a server for the first time (doing so after they select their character) or in-game by activating a Wardrobe. They are set to randomly drop after spending a certain time on servers. There are six tiers of items from Common to Loyal. Higher tier items have a lower chance of dropping except for Loyal, which is unobtainable from the weekly random drops and instead is obtained through other means.
  • Master Shake and Meatwad try to play kazoo and trombone, respectively, with a hippie drum circle. Shake is told by an unnamed hippie that he needs a drum to play in the drum circle. After learning how to play and haggling with the unnamed hippie, Shake gets a pair of bongos from the hippie. Upon playing the bongos at home, a mysterious skinless creature appears. Shake gets Frylock to come see it and shoot it with a gun, which does not work because the creature is intangible. The Aqua Teens decide to confront the hippie about the idea of having a cursed set of bongos, and they demand a refund. The hippie states he cannot offer a refund because it is against corporate policy, despite the fact that his business is run out of his van. Frylock tells Meatwad to play the bongos again, but the hip
  • Nitrome's first skin is Classic, launched in November 2006 in conjunction with Nitrome's first site update (Nitrome.com 1.2). One year after the release of Classic, Winter was added to the website during the winter season of 2007.
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  • Skins are nylon rugs with directional fibres one attaches to the bottom of a splitboard half while climbing. The directional fibres allow the skin to slide freely in only one direction, so splitboarders use them to climb up easily without sliding back. Skins are called skins because when they were invented actual animal skins were used.
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Skins/preload editintro=Skins/editintro width=25
  • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, pri inani assentior ut. Ipsum nullam aperiam ad vim. Sententiae intellegam mea ut. Assum menandri est ne. Eu tantas volumus sea. Cum at agam meis cetero, ex qui aperiam rationibus. Vis no iusto partem utroque. In diceret perpetua mel. Case graece vis an. Nam verear eleifend te, cum et graeco impetus democritum. Te pri tation detracto invidunt, at elit laudem delicata his, et sale consequuntur vim. Eos ex scripta petentium temporibus. Skins
  • When Kenyan game warden Kim is shot dead by poachers after refusing to take the customary cut for turning a blind eye on 'harvesting' animals hides and elephant tusks, his sister and colleague Kamara Kaboko travels all the way to LA to enlist the A-team. On arrival Murdock makes it his mission to reacquaint BA with his 'roots' (which are probably in West -, not East Africa). They stop a poach raid, plant a wire to find the local smuggle king and order him to hand over all his stock and pay nearly half a million dollars for his past catches; when he tries to evacuate, ...
  • The next Bloons Tower Defense game will have unlockable skins that can be used with the game. Before starting the game, you can simply check which one (if any) you want to use. Skins don't affect the gameplay in any way, but simply make the bloons, towers, or anything else look different (depending on the type of skin). Bloonimals is one example of this.
  • Skins are, in the Grand Theft Auto games, textures that are placed over a blank three-dimensional model (a DFF file) used for clothing, vehicles, weapons, etc. All skins are stored inside of an IMG Archive, and a TXD archive, except in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, where only the TXD archives are present. Not all are the same. While most skins follow the same setup, others don't, because the model they were put on doesn't share the same unwrap. These require the corresponding DFF file in order to be rendered properly in the game; for example the NPC characters in-game some of which are 128x128, 64x64, or anything under 256x256, don't follow the design of the user skins.
  • Først: Du skal finde det skin du gerne vil have. Du finder skins'ne ved at gå ind i instillinger, og trykke "download". Så kan du kigge rundt, indtil du finder et som du synes om. Beskrivelse af beskrivelsen (URL'en er et eksempel"): x: (Skridt nr.) Tekst (Hvad du skal gøre) ["URL"] (Hvordan URL'en skal se ud) 1: Kopier URL'en ] 2: Paste den ind hvor den gamle URL var. [1] 3: Ænder index2.php?i= til use/ [2] 4: Skriv / til sidst [3] 5: Tjek at "Vis skin" er slået til 6: Gem instillinger 7: Log ud 8. Log ind igen 9: Nyd dit nye skin.
  • Throughout the Minecraft Hardcore series, the various players have chosen to wear very strange skins for their characters.
  • Die Skins International Trading AG (Eigenschreibweise: SKINS) mit Sitz in Steinhausen, Schweiz, ist die globale Konzernzentrale des international tätigen [[Wikipedia:de:|australischenW]] Herstellers von Kompressionsbekleidung, die 1996 gegründet wurde. Die Kompressionsbekleidung von Skins werden in den Segmenten Running, Fitness, Ski, Radsport, Triathlon, Regeneration und Teamsport angeboten. Die Produktion findet in Asien statt. Skins-Produkte werden weltweit in über 800 Verkaufsstellen, hauptsächlich im Sportfachhandel, angeboten.
  • Skins are textures which determine how a Player appears in Minecraft: Pocket Edition. Skins were added in Update 0.11.0.
  • Skins are extra player characters for modern source ports of games based on the Doom engine. These lumps contain additional graphic sprites, sounds, and other information which change the appearance of the main character and the user interface without otherwise altering gameplay. Skins first appeared in Doom Legacy then were later adapted into ZDoom. Currently, most Doom Legacy based ports and ZDoom based ports completely support skins.
  • Skins is a character from Shin Megami Tensei IV.
  • Master Shake and Meatwad try to play kazoo and trombone, respectively, with a hippie drum circle. Shake is told by an unnamed hippie that he needs a drum to play in the drum circle. After learning how to play and haggling with the unnamed hippie, Shake gets a pair of bongos from the hippie. Upon playing the bongos at home, a mysterious skinless creature appears. Shake gets Frylock to come see it and shoot it with a gun, which does not work because the creature is intangible. The Aqua Teens decide to confront the hippie about the idea of having a cursed set of bongos, and they demand a refund. The hippie states he cannot offer a refund because it is against corporate policy, despite the fact that his business is run out of his van. Frylock tells Meatwad to play the bongos again, but the hippie interjects and tells the story about how he got high, discovered a race of purple creatures on an alien planet, slaughtered them, and used all of their parts. Shake questions the idea of a vegan killing a large number of animals, but the hippie trails off. Shake goes to the drum circle and informs them of the unnamed hippie's wrong-doings, but after chaining himself to a tree, he finds himself being hauled off by the authorities Frylock then comes to bail Master Shake out of jail. Later, Shake arrives home to find the drum circle outside of his house. One of them is playing the cursed set of bongos and informs Shake that the skinless creature is watching television inside the house. Shake argues with the creature, but Carl starts attacking the drum circle, which causes the creature to disappear forever. The Aqua Teens then start playing again (with Frylock on the violin), and Carl decides to book them at a mattress store as "Def Lepp (clears throat)." The episode ends with Carl arguing with the store manager.
  • Skins are used to change the appearance of the character. This article describes how to get and use skins but does not provide the skins or links to them.
  • Skins or costumes change the appearance of your pigments in battle when your playing and even when your defending against someone else. Most skins you have to purchase with real money but a few you can earn by collecting cards in battle like you would with mercenaries or medals. PLEASE NOTE: you can only wear ONE skin at a time so if your gonna get a skin go for one only, this is also inconvenient for when you buy a special deal sometimes getting two skins at a cheaper price only being able to wear one. arm cannon uniform (mega man): Storm toaster skin:
  • As of BlizzCon 2016, there are no plans to disable skins for competitive multiplayer. As of Patch 3.12, only four skins at a time per race may be used in games with four or more players. These can be set in the "large format games" section of the skins tab.
  • Nitrome's first skin is Classic, launched in November 2006 in conjunction with Nitrome's first site update (Nitrome.com 1.2). One year after the release of Classic, Winter was added to the website during the winter season of 2007. Around two skins were released every year after 2007. 2011 holds the record for the most number of skins created in a year - a total of five skins. The rate of new skin releases fell after the release of 100th Game: There was almost a year's gap between it and Touchy, which was released in October 2012. Avalanche was released in December 2013, with Ditto released in April 2014. The latest skin is The Bricks, released in January 2015.
  • A skin is the look of a snake during gameplay. There are 43 different skins in Slither.io ; 9 of which you can use without sharing. You can gain access to all skins if you share on Facebook/Twitter, but you can simply click them, and go back to the page without logging in, and then choose your skin. Please note that you cannot automatically pick a skin until you share, and if you do not share, you will automatically get one of the default skins. If you have SlitherPlus.io, you will unlock many other skins where the original Slither.io doesn't have, though they are not official, and should not be regarded as such.
  • Champion Skin (oder Skin) bezieht sich auf das Farbschema oder Aussehen eines Champions. Die meisten Skins können im Riot Shop mit Riot Points erworben werden, während andere nur zu speziellen Events/Promotions verfügbar sind/waren. Einige ausgewählte Chroma Skins können jedoch bei speziellen Events für 2000 EP gekauft werden Einige Skins bringen andere Partikel für Effekte, Zitate und Toneffekte mit sich. Jeder Skin hat sein eigenes Splashart, welches in der Championauswahl angezeigt wird. Seit dem Patch 7.16 wird nun auch im Match das eigene Champion Icon dem Skin angepasst.
  • Skins, also referred to as finishes, are a new feature in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, introduced in the Arms Deal update. They are weapons with different textures that can be equipped in-game. They are completely cosmetic, holding no gameplay function. However, their different colours and textures can be used as a slight tactical advantage or disadvantage in some circumstances. Valve's Weapon Finishes Guide provides a basic starting point for creating your own weapon skins. To acquire a skin, one must either: 1. * Earn them through random drops by playing in online community and official servers. 2. * "Uncrate" them from opening weapon and promotional crates. 3. * Trading with other players. Buying skins from the Steam Market is considered a trade. Also, some variants include a StatTrak™ device, a counter that shows the total amount of kills acquired with the weapon by the current owner. Holding the inspect key [F] (default) will allow the player to 'inspect' the gun in greater detail and allow you to gain a better view of your StatTrak™ counter. Access to the inventory is unavailable when you are alive and after the warm-up in Competitive game modes for tactical imbalance reasons.
  • Skins is the third in the PDF Series privately published by Richard A. Knaak. It was later included in the Legends of the Dragonrealm, Vol. II omnibus.
  • Skins are wearable items and collectibles in the Ratchet & Clank (franchise). They change the player character's outfit or body entirely, either replacing it with a humorous twist based on real-life apparel or a playable version of an in-game species or character. Ratchet, Clank, Qwark and Nefarious are the only characters who have different skins to equip. Skins are either unlocked by completing missions or challenges in game, or purchased with skill points, dread points, gold, titanium, or hero bolts. Multiplayer modes also featured different and unique skins to ensure a variety of looks among competing players.
  • Skins è un bellissimo teen-dramma britannico che, con la massima sensibilità possibile, tratta della vita dei giovani ragazzuoli di oggi giorno. Codesto programma intento a sensibilizzare massimamente gli adolescenti mostra settimanalmente i modi più assurdi per adescare un compagno/a per applicare studio anatomico e puntualmente ci aggiorna sulle droghe più in voga del momento. Dicevo: skins è un teendrama britannico ambientato in un universo parallelo in cui qualunque ragazzino può star fuori casa tutta la notte e tornare imbottito di mdma senza che né mamma né papà se ne accorgano; In particolar modo dove a scuola insegnano psicologia, sociologia, recitazione, come ricreare il big bang utilizzando un gatto e un rotolo di scottex ma non c'è traccia della matematica e/o materie scolasticamente utili; Appunto importante notare che le ragazze cattoliche sono oche stupide che fingono di voler arrivare illibate e perfettamente caste e profumate al mentolo al fatidicomatrimonio, salvo poi schiaffartela in faccia come una mucca non appena batti le ciglia... ah, no, questo succede anche nel nostro universo... Scusate sono sempre stata una capra in astronomia, tutte quelle declinazioni e tempi...
  • Skins are a feature in Don't Starve Together. They are equippable items that players can use to customize their characters in-game. Players can change which Skins they are using when they join a server for the first time (doing so after they select their character) or in-game by activating a Wardrobe. They are set to randomly drop after spending a certain time on servers. * The first skin of the week drops after approximately 15 minutes of being on a server * The second skin drops approximately 2 hours of being on a server after the first skin * The third skin drops approximately 4 hours of being on a server after the second * The fourth skin drops approximately 10 hours of being on a server after the third. The player does not have to be active in order to receive the skins, though they must open the earlier gift box to receive the next one. Skins are purely cosmetic, and have no effect on gameplay besides visuals. Currently, once a skin is obtained, it cannot be destroyed, but Steam users can trade skins with other players, buy/sell them on the market or use the Trade INN interface, where a player can exchange 9 unwanted skins for 1 skin of higher quality. Distinguished skins cannot be traded in for an Elegant skin, and Elegant skins cannot be traded in because it is the highest quality. In order to obtain a skin, one must receive a random drop, which will be signaled with a gift box appearing in the top-left corner of the screen and a sound similar to ripping paper. After this, the player must go to one of the science research stations (Science Machine or Alchemy Engine) to open it. When a whistle plays and the research station starts producing streams of shadows the gift can be opened and the Skin will be obtained. However this doesn't apply to loyal skins, as these are only obtained through events or codes. There are six types of Skins (Torso, Gloves, Legs, Shoes, Items and Character-Specific) that are classified based on rarity (Common, Classy, Spiffy, Distinguished, Elegant and Loyal). Most items come in a variety of colors, and all clothing items are unisex. The player can get a maximum of 4 skins from random drops per week; this count resets every Thursday, sometime before Klei's weekly Twitch broadcast. There are six tiers of items from Common to Loyal. Higher tier items have a lower chance of dropping except for Loyal, which is unobtainable from the weekly random drops and instead is obtained through other means. 1. * Common 2. * Classy 3. * Spiffy 4. * Distinguished 5. * Elegant 6. * Loyal
  • A skin changes the appearance of a hero completely. Sometimes it grants a stat boost for a limited time (e.g. Health & ATK boosts for a day, double Candy reward during Halloween Event). While skins may provide temporary stat boosts for heroes during certain events, the original traits and abilities remain unmodified. that offer skins require that you have the specific hero unlocked to get a lucky pull from the Portal Summon, while in big Special Events you can often earn the skin even if you don't already have that hero in your collection yet. All skins change slightly in appearance according to the current Ascension state of a hero. The portrait and Hero tokens also reflect the skin including the Ascension state. Epic heroes have a special border with a silver skull on the top of their portrait.
  • Your characters look can be changed by changing skin, they can be found in the form of clothes items and worn by using one. Clothes are a useful asset in any group, they help distinguish between friends and enemies. There are 17 total skins in total:
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