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  • Soda war ein Getränk, welches oftmals von den Agorianern getrunken wurde, während sie sich Kämpfe im Agorianischen Arena Komplex ansahen.
  • You can find Soda ingame in HKO in Beijing, Soda is one of the Chewppies, a group of girl-friends living in a flower field within a forest of candy. The Chewppies love to sing and dance everyday in their flower field. Soda's best friends are called Berry, Mint, Gray and Lemon. Soda's Star Sign is Sagittarius. She hates to lose, is mature and hardworking. The Chewppies were thought of first by Sanrio designers in 2001.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ A soda is an ingredient. Its rarity is rated 5 out of 5 in the game. It was released on .
  • One of the beverages available at the G.E.E.C. Factory was soda. Among the trash that had been thrown in Boat Lake was some soda cans.
  • thumb|Automat SODA (III) SODA – napój gazowany, którego automaty stoją m.in. przy warsztacie 8-Balla w Harwood oraz w kryjówce w Shoreside Vale w Grand Theft Auto III, oraz przy stacjach paliwowych Xoomer, w Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Tam napój można kupić i kosztuje $1. W GTA III napój miałby kosztować ¢50, o czym informuje rysunek na automacie. Plik:SODA (SA).jpg|Dwa automaty w GTA SA Kategoria:Urządzenia Kategoria:Produkty w grze Kategoria:Napoje Kategoria:Biznesy w Grand Theft Auto III Kategoria:Biznesy w Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
  • Le Wiki Soda traite des aventures quotidiennes du jeune Adam Fontella, ainsi que de ses amis Ludovic et Slimane et de sa famille.
  • Drinking soda will restore a small amount of Salts. It can found all around the city as well as on the bodies of defeated enemies.
  • Sodas are peculiar creatures. They happen to be soda bottles with legs and arms. They do not come in swarms, instead they are rare and barely seen anywhere outside of the Skyworld.
  • Soft Drinks, also called Sodas, are carbonated beverages made from water and a flavoring agent. In Deus Ex and Deus Ex: Invisible War, soda is a consumable item that restores 2 health to the player. Unlike other drinks, soda does not fog up the players vision. It does however, make the player burp.
  • The soda is one of the 64 things, this one found in Drybake Desert.
  • A soda (also referred to as a soft drink, pop, or soda pop) is a drink that contains no alcohol but is usually referred to as a sugary drink. Sodas are often carbonated and commonly consumed while cold and or room temperature. Some of the most common sodas include cola, flavored water, sparkling water, iced tea, sweet tea, sparkling lemonade (or other lemon-lime sodas), squash, fruit punch, root beer, orange soda, grape soda, cream soda, and ginger ale. Many carbonated sodas are optionally available in versions sweetened with sugars or with non-caloric sweeteners.
  • David Solomon is a priest in New York. At least, that's what he tells his kind and old mum. Because she has heart problems and would get a heart attack if she ever discovered he was a police officer. Commonly known as "Soda" to anyone in New York who is not his mother, his daily life is filled with violence and death. Both of which often involve a handgun that could put down an elephant with one bullet - Soda's handgun, obviously. Assisted by fellow cop (and romantic partner) Linda Tchaikovski and other fellow cop Babs, Soda has numerous adventures in New York, as well as a few back in his home town Providence in Arizona. Each adventure is served with copious amounts of bullets, destruction, death, religious terminology, and of course humour.
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  • 2010-08-10
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  • Soda war ein Getränk, welches oftmals von den Agorianern getrunken wurde, während sie sich Kämpfe im Agorianischen Arena Komplex ansahen.
  • You can find Soda ingame in HKO in Beijing, Soda is one of the Chewppies, a group of girl-friends living in a flower field within a forest of candy. The Chewppies love to sing and dance everyday in their flower field. Soda's best friends are called Berry, Mint, Gray and Lemon. Soda's Star Sign is Sagittarius. She hates to lose, is mature and hardworking. The Chewppies were thought of first by Sanrio designers in 2001.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ A soda is an ingredient. Its rarity is rated 5 out of 5 in the game. It was released on .
  • One of the beverages available at the G.E.E.C. Factory was soda. Among the trash that had been thrown in Boat Lake was some soda cans.
  • thumb|Automat SODA (III) SODA – napój gazowany, którego automaty stoją m.in. przy warsztacie 8-Balla w Harwood oraz w kryjówce w Shoreside Vale w Grand Theft Auto III, oraz przy stacjach paliwowych Xoomer, w Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Tam napój można kupić i kosztuje $1. W GTA III napój miałby kosztować ¢50, o czym informuje rysunek na automacie. Plik:SODA (SA).jpg|Dwa automaty w GTA SA Kategoria:Urządzenia Kategoria:Produkty w grze Kategoria:Napoje Kategoria:Biznesy w Grand Theft Auto III Kategoria:Biznesy w Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
  • Le Wiki Soda traite des aventures quotidiennes du jeune Adam Fontella, ainsi que de ses amis Ludovic et Slimane et de sa famille.
  • David Solomon is a priest in New York. At least, that's what he tells his kind and old mum. Because she has heart problems and would get a heart attack if she ever discovered he was a police officer. Commonly known as "Soda" to anyone in New York who is not his mother, his daily life is filled with violence and death. Both of which often involve a handgun that could put down an elephant with one bullet - Soda's handgun, obviously. Assisted by fellow cop (and romantic partner) Linda Tchaikovski and other fellow cop Babs, Soda has numerous adventures in New York, as well as a few back in his home town Providence in Arizona. Each adventure is served with copious amounts of bullets, destruction, death, religious terminology, and of course humour. Soda is a European comic strip written by Philippe Tome, with art from Luc Warnant for the first two books and from book 3 onwards Bruno Gazzotti. It elegantly mixes serious business, religious themes (often tongue in cheek or parodied), guns and the results of their use, extremely spectacular accidents, and humour. Soda is likely one of those comics that could only come into existence outside the United States, as it has all the elements to totally infuriate any religious person. * Acrofatic - "Baleinos". * All Men Are Perverts - An incident with Babs. * American Churches * Anti-Hero * As the Good Book Says... - Of course. * Auto Erotica - Soda and Linda in a BMW Z1 without a roof in the rain: referred to as a bathtub. Complete with interruption by cop (who asks if he should film everything and sell the story to Real Police Stories). * Badass - Soda himself. * Badass Preacher - Soda, obviously, but his uncle (an actual priest) is a contender as well. At one point when visiting Soda, he is caught in a gang war and is almost ready to throw a Mook into a burning car. * Bad Habits * Battle Amongst the Flames * Bedmate Reveal - Several times. * Blood From the Mouth - Played realistically with most wounds to the body. * Blown Across the Room - Played realistically. * Bottomless Magazines - Averted. * Bullethole Door - Averted. It takes a lot of bullets and the only door to break down is a wooden one that was pumped full of bullets from a submachinegun. * Bullet Holes and Revelations - The source of a repetitive nightmare David has. * Bulletproof Vest - Again, played realistically. One character only survives being shot multiple times at point blank range by wearing two vests (and he still gets hurt by the impacts). In a later book two cops are not so lucky and are badly wounded despite wearing bullet proof vests and kevlar helmets. * Click Hello * Da Chief - Soda's first boss, Bergamo. * Dark and Troubled Past - Soda. Also his father, who was a sheriff in Providence. * Did Mom Just Have Tea with Cthulhu?: Soda comes across a hit man he was after--amiably chatting with his mother. * Did Not Do the Research - Very much averted in most cases. In those cases it is not, this is likely intentional. * Disability Superpower - In the 11th book, an accident causes Soda to become amnesiac. As a result, he starts to behave like a real stereotypical, perfect priest. * Justified in that he's played the part so well for his mother, it's likely become ingrained in his subconscious. * Disappeared Dad - Soda's. * Dodge the Bullet - Usually doesn't end well. Just like Gangsta Style. * Drives Like Crazy - Guess who? * The Faceless - Soda's father. * Fingore - Soda is missing two fingers on his left hand from an accident in his childhood. * Gorn - Sometimes crosses over into Bloody Hilarious. * Guns Akimbo - And how. Once combined with a coffee cup. * Guns in Church * Highly-Conspicuous Uniform - Soda wears a priest's suit and carries a large gun. Lampshaded repeatedly. * Hot Rod - Some vehicles. * Human Shield * I Did What I Had to Do * Laser Sight - Played realistically. * Leap and Fire - Not as effective as it usually is in fiction. * Muse Abuse - Writer Williams checks people around him as inspiration for the characters of his books. He suggests Soda to use the same trick as his ghostwriter. * Psycho for Hire - "Shredded Meat" Callaghan. * Pistol-Whipping * Pocket Protector - A Bible. * Revolvers Are Just Better - Soda's gun. * Samus Is a Girl - One of the bounty hunters who are after Soda's mom. * Secret Identity Change Trick - Usually in the lift of David's apartment building. Hilarity Ensues when an old lady steps into it while he's not wearing any trousers. * Shooting Gallery - Using (a picture of) Pronzini's head as the target. * Shoot Out the Lock - Only possible with Soda's Hand Cannon. * Showdown At High Noon - In a dried river bed. With a storm coming up. Interrupted by flood. * Sidekick - Babs, Linda, etc. * Sliding Scale of Idealism Versus Cynicism - Certainly cynicism. Especially book 12. * Sniper Rifle - Usually used by killers for hire. * Stop or I Will Shoot * Southern-Fried Private - If one were to take this comic strip seriously, Columbine-style shoot-outs caused by priest-uniform-wearing cops would be daily world news. On the other hand, most non-gun-toting things are portrayed fairly realistically. * Stuff Blowing Up * Thememobile - High Performance Three-wheeled Police Scooter chasing trike at over 60 miles an hour in rush-hour New York. Yes, it ends with a massive accident that kills one bad guy and leads to the above-mentioned Disability Superpower. * Thou Shalt Not Kill - Usually inverted. Played straight in a few cases. * Trigger Happy - More than one character. * Watch the Paint Job - What? * "Well Done, Son" Guy - Soda, sort of. His father told him he'd be a man once he managed to throw a horseshoe on a clock so it flipped around and landed on top. When he finally succeeds, he finds a posthumous letter from his father, who he was always ashamed of taking bribes as sheriff. * What Do You Mean Its Not Symbolic - At the moment a policeman died, a policeman-shaped balloon in a parade broke its tethers and flew away. * Wholesome Crossdresser - The mistress of New York City's mayor turns out to be a man.
  • Drinking soda will restore a small amount of Salts. It can found all around the city as well as on the bodies of defeated enemies.
  • A soda (also referred to as a soft drink, pop, or soda pop) is a drink that contains no alcohol but is usually referred to as a sugary drink. Sodas are often carbonated and commonly consumed while cold and or room temperature. Some of the most common sodas include cola, flavored water, sparkling water, iced tea, sweet tea, sparkling lemonade (or other lemon-lime sodas), squash, fruit punch, root beer, orange soda, grape soda, cream soda, and ginger ale. The term "soft" is employed in opposition to "hard", i.e. alcoholic drinks. Generally it is also implied that the drink does not contain milk or other dairy products. Hot chocolate, hot tea, coffee, tap water, juice and milkshakes also do not fall into this classification. Many carbonated sodas are optionally available in versions sweetened with sugars or with non-caloric sweeteners.
  • Sodas are peculiar creatures. They happen to be soda bottles with legs and arms. They do not come in swarms, instead they are rare and barely seen anywhere outside of the Skyworld.
  • Soft Drinks, also called Sodas, are carbonated beverages made from water and a flavoring agent. In Deus Ex and Deus Ex: Invisible War, soda is a consumable item that restores 2 health to the player. Unlike other drinks, soda does not fog up the players vision. It does however, make the player burp.
  • The soda is one of the 64 things, this one found in Drybake Desert.