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  • The Vault is a maximum security prison for superpowered humans.
  • Seize (Jika Territory ini hancur, lawan peroleh 2 gold).
  • "Idols" is the first submenu in the Vault and contains a user's idols, which they have collected during the game. Idols themselves are figurines based on characters, enemies, bosses, weapons, items, or stages that are found in the main part of the game. They also come with a short description of the figurine, usually regarding their role in the story or what they can do if they are an item or weapon. Idols can be rotated, moved around the screen, and zoomed in and out upon. Idols are usually obtained through an "Idol Toss" or from Idol AR cards, but they can also be received by completing a certain challenge or created from enemies themselves by using the "Idol Transformation" power in the Solo Mode.
  • The Vault is a special location which appears in Dragon Quest III, Dragon Quest IV and Dragon Quest V. It is a place where the player can store gold and items to be retrieved at a later time. It was removed in Dragon Quest VI (and remakes of some of the older games) in favor of using a bank and The Bag.
  • The Vault is a hidden facility on Barrow, Alaska, where the former soldier Emil Blonsky is held on cryostatis.
  • The Vault was a hidden laboratory complex on Starbase 47 created to uncover the mystery of the Taurus Reach. (VAN novel: Summon the Thunder)
  • Vault is the second episode of Due South's second season. Summary: During a bank robbery, Fraser and Ray are trapped in a time-locked vault with only a limited supply of air left. Original Air Date: December 7, 1995 Written by Paul Haggis, Jeff King and Kathy Slevin Directed by Steve DiMarco
  • Vault is a Hunting Demon Hunter skill in Diablo III.
  • Vaults do not appear in Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves.
  • A vault is
  • A vault is a type of subterranean installation initially designed by the Vault-Tec Corporation, later constructed in collaboration with RobCo Industries. Officially, they were designed for the sole purpose of sheltering up to one thousand individuals in the event of a nuclear holocaust; however, in reality, they were part of a series of secret experiments orchestrated by the United States government.
  • Vaults auch bekannt als Bunker oder Gewölbe, sind gewaltige, unterirdische Schutzbunker. Die meisten dieser Vaults wurden von Vault-Tec in der Mitte des 21. Jahrhunderts gebaut.
  • The thing about this place is that a few rebellious youngsters decided to get some gold, but were accidentally trapped inside Arkraddia's gold vault.
  • Vault ist eine Stadt Im Herzen des Kontinents Angara. Hier trifft man Ivan zum ersten Mal. Vault bedeutet lt. dem Buch „Geschichte von Vault, Teil 1.“ (zu finden im südwestlichsten Hause Vaults) soviel wie „an einem kleinen Ort gefangen sein.“
  • Vault (ang. skok z podparciem rąk) – technika w Parkour, w której do przeskoczenia przeszkody używa się rąk. Ilość vaultów jest spora, ich liczba szacowana jest na ok. 100. Przy wykonywaniu vaultów najważniejsza jest szybkość i płynność. Vault- z angielskiego znaczy przeskoczyć. Własne vaulty mogą wymyślać też traucerzy którzy uprawiają parkour.
  • The vault is an artistic gymnastics apparatus, as well as the skill performed using that apparatus. Vaulting is also the action of performing a vault. Both male and female gymnasts perform the vault. The English abbreviation for the event in gymnastics scoring is VT. File:Vault.jpg
  • The Vault is a location seen in F.E.A.R. First Encounter Assault Recon. __TOC__
  • The Vault serves as a resting place for sets and items that after receiving a formal introduction to the game has since been removed from the store. Items that enter the Vault are not removed from the game, they are simply not available for purchase any more. Items in the Vault may remain there for an indefinite amount of time. However, they usually appear again for sale as a deal of the day or as a Hot deal for a limited amount of time. Additionally, holiday event items related to Christmas, Halloween and Easter, which are only available during their respective event, are also considered to be in the vault.
  • Hero who defended the arm star once. I have the ability to manipulate the ore Rhegion of-arm star.
  • The Vault is a building in the First Neighborhood Mansion only. (It is not available in other hoods). it's purpose is to store Bearer Bonds, Capital Bonds and Neighborhood Bonds looted from attacking enemy gangs. Once you reach 100 bonds of any time, they can be exchanged for their respective neighborhood or expansion permit.
  • Vault, located a short distance southeast of Vale on the overworld map, should be the first village the player's party of Isaac and Garet enters after departing from Vale for the first time, and right after getting Flint the Venus Djinni. Through the story that occurs here, the player is introduced to Ivan.
  • Vault may refer to two different digital compilation albums, both released on January 28th 2008: * The B Vault by Ugress * The Shadow Vault by Shadow Of The Beat This page is a disambiguation page; a list of articles that might otherwise share the same title.
  • The Vault is a mode in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U that allows the player to view a variety of things, such as Trophies and snapshots.
  • The vault is a cylindrical shape metal vault that has a golden lock with a crab symbol on the middle.
  • As of the recent Super Smash Flash 2 Demo, only these features are available: * Load replay: Re-watch all the action! * v0.8 intro: Watch the SSF2 v0.8 Intro. * v0.9 intro: Watch the SSF2 v0.9 Intro. File:MG icon.svg This article is a . You can help McLeodGaming Wiki by expanding it.
  • Vaults are 2 by 2 sealed rooms that are randomly generated in the Dungeons of Doom. They contain gold in all four squares, in an amount reflective of the dungeon level. The Big Room and the Rogue level never contain any vaults.
  • Vaults are a term (taken from the game Fallout) for the underground bunker complexes that were home to mankind during the Bunker Era, when the surface of earth was uninhabitable because of radioactive contamination following World War III. It had at all times been established that The Reich had created a rather extensive bunker system during the war, houding its production facilities, barracks and, increasingly, population centers, which allowed for the Reich population to move seamlessly to an underground life when the Earth was contaminated. This bunker system was - especially in Earth I-related concepts - said to be worldwide (mirroring the real-world Hollow Earth theory, which is often in popular culture related to Nazis, which I however at that time knew nothing about), meaning that t
  • The Vault was a hidden underground cavern that was located on the planet Oa and crafted in secret by the Guardians of the Universe. During ancient times, a terrible conflict began between willpower and fear with the emerald light being the victor in this great struggle. Seeing the danger of the yellow light, the Guardians decided to imprison dangerous power of fear. As such, just as there was the Green Lantern Central Power Battery that harnessed the raw power of willpower in the universe, there existed its polar opposite in the Yellow Central Power Battery of fear. This dangerous artifact was locked away within the subterreanean Vault where it was to be protected from outsiders. Thus, the contents of the caverns rivalled will energy in power and intensity with trespassers feeling that the
  • The vault is where you can bring your special coupons/codes to claim free prizes. You can receive codes from email newsletters, random events, special events that we have in the news - such as contests. You can also get them randomly from Account Upgrades. You simply bring the coupon to this page, enter it and you will be sent your prizes. Its is important that your account always has a valid email address. This allows you to receive codes like this in the future. How can I get a Secret Vault Code? You can update your Marapets Email Address by vising here:
  • A vault is a type of special feature that can occur in certain areas. It is possible for either type of vault to occur on any of the randomized levels in the Caverns of Chaos, though greater vaults only appear beyond the wall of flames (or a bit deeper than that). There are two types of vaults in ADOM: lesser vaults and greater vaults.
  • The Vault is both an area and storage facility located in the Sentinel area of Nexus Tower. It allows players to store items and models which they do not want to store in their backpacks. The vault does not cost anything to use, however, to create an account, players must talk to Nexus Naomi and receive approval from their faction leader. The process of claiming a vault account is simple, though long. Players must first see Nexus Naomi who will direct them to their respective Faction leader, who in turn will authorize them for an account.
  • The son of a powerful supervillian, Vault grew up his whole life being blamed for his father's actions. Raised by Chief Phil Burneheart, Vault learned that he could use his powers for good and defy the expecations that he would end up like his father. At Poseidon Prep, Vault was a loner because of the fear and hatred for his father's crimes. Everyone shunned him, except for Margo, who befriended him when they first met.
  • Vault, also known as Patrick, was a RuneScape player. He owned the notorious 2006 remake, "2006scape", which had over 400,000 accounts registered, 250,000 of which were unique players; in a post here , a person who claims to be Mod Steve (admin in charge of security), said that server costs were 500 USD per month. The game, along with numerous other spin-offs, can be thought to have inspired RuneScape to release their 2007 version of RuneScape as it was what a vocal part of the community wanted. It is said that it was forced to shut down as Vault didn't want him or his team in any legal trouble with Jagex . He currently owns 2007HQ, a community website for OSRS. Several members of the site have taken issue with his administrator skills, given how rules have been arbitrarily enforced (i.e.
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  • [[Category:/Creator]] [[Category:/Creator]] [[Category:/Creator]] [[Category:/Creator]] [[Category:/Creator]] [[Category:Characters by Name ]]
  • The Vault is a maximum security prison for superpowered humans.
  • Seize (Jika Territory ini hancur, lawan peroleh 2 gold).
  • "Idols" is the first submenu in the Vault and contains a user's idols, which they have collected during the game. Idols themselves are figurines based on characters, enemies, bosses, weapons, items, or stages that are found in the main part of the game. They also come with a short description of the figurine, usually regarding their role in the story or what they can do if they are an item or weapon. Idols can be rotated, moved around the screen, and zoomed in and out upon. Idols are usually obtained through an "Idol Toss" or from Idol AR cards, but they can also be received by completing a certain challenge or created from enemies themselves by using the "Idol Transformation" power in the Solo Mode.
  • The Vault is a special location which appears in Dragon Quest III, Dragon Quest IV and Dragon Quest V. It is a place where the player can store gold and items to be retrieved at a later time. It was removed in Dragon Quest VI (and remakes of some of the older games) in favor of using a bank and The Bag.
  • A vault is a type of special feature that can occur in certain areas. It is possible for either type of vault to occur on any of the randomized levels in the Caverns of Chaos, though greater vaults only appear beyond the wall of flames (or a bit deeper than that). A vault is a secret area in a level with no rooms — rather, space is divided by particular rock patterns. Much of the empty space in vaults is populated by monsters. Vaults are usually themed, consisting of monsters that are related in some way (though lesser vaults of completely random monsters are also possible). Monsters generated from a vault have a higher chance to drop items. There are two types of vaults in ADOM: lesser vaults and greater vaults.
  • The Vault is a hidden facility on Barrow, Alaska, where the former soldier Emil Blonsky is held on cryostatis.
  • The Vault was a hidden laboratory complex on Starbase 47 created to uncover the mystery of the Taurus Reach. (VAN novel: Summon the Thunder)
  • Vault is the second episode of Due South's second season. Summary: During a bank robbery, Fraser and Ray are trapped in a time-locked vault with only a limited supply of air left. Original Air Date: December 7, 1995 Written by Paul Haggis, Jeff King and Kathy Slevin Directed by Steve DiMarco
  • Vault is a Hunting Demon Hunter skill in Diablo III.
  • Vaults do not appear in Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves.
  • The vault is where you can bring your special coupons/codes to claim free prizes. You can receive codes from email newsletters, random events, special events that we have in the news - such as contests. You can also get them randomly from Account Upgrades. You simply bring the coupon to this page, enter it and you will be sent your prizes. Its is important that your account always has a valid email address. This allows you to receive codes like this in the future. How can I get a Secret Vault Code? You can update your Marapets Email Address by vising here: This will add you to their mailing list for vault codes! You can also like Marapets' facebook page for even more vault codes! Like Marapets on Facebook and you will receive the latest news and Unique Facebook Vault Codes.
  • The son of a powerful supervillian, Vault grew up his whole life being blamed for his father's actions. Raised by Chief Phil Burneheart, Vault learned that he could use his powers for good and defy the expecations that he would end up like his father. At Poseidon Prep, Vault was a loner because of the fear and hatred for his father's crimes. Everyone shunned him, except for Margo, who befriended him when they first met. Vault has the power to transfer anything he touches into a pocket dimension. Unlike similar absorption powers, all traces of the object are gone and cannot be detected by conventional means. He can retrieve the items later at will.
  • A vault is
  • A vault is a type of subterranean installation initially designed by the Vault-Tec Corporation, later constructed in collaboration with RobCo Industries. Officially, they were designed for the sole purpose of sheltering up to one thousand individuals in the event of a nuclear holocaust; however, in reality, they were part of a series of secret experiments orchestrated by the United States government.
  • Vaults auch bekannt als Bunker oder Gewölbe, sind gewaltige, unterirdische Schutzbunker. Die meisten dieser Vaults wurden von Vault-Tec in der Mitte des 21. Jahrhunderts gebaut.
  • The thing about this place is that a few rebellious youngsters decided to get some gold, but were accidentally trapped inside Arkraddia's gold vault.
  • Vault ist eine Stadt Im Herzen des Kontinents Angara. Hier trifft man Ivan zum ersten Mal. Vault bedeutet lt. dem Buch „Geschichte von Vault, Teil 1.“ (zu finden im südwestlichsten Hause Vaults) soviel wie „an einem kleinen Ort gefangen sein.“
  • Vault (ang. skok z podparciem rąk) – technika w Parkour, w której do przeskoczenia przeszkody używa się rąk. Ilość vaultów jest spora, ich liczba szacowana jest na ok. 100. Przy wykonywaniu vaultów najważniejsza jest szybkość i płynność. Vault- z angielskiego znaczy przeskoczyć. Własne vaulty mogą wymyślać też traucerzy którzy uprawiają parkour.
  • The Vault was a hidden underground cavern that was located on the planet Oa and crafted in secret by the Guardians of the Universe. During ancient times, a terrible conflict began between willpower and fear with the emerald light being the victor in this great struggle. Seeing the danger of the yellow light, the Guardians decided to imprison dangerous power of fear. As such, just as there was the Green Lantern Central Power Battery that harnessed the raw power of willpower in the universe, there existed its polar opposite in the Yellow Central Power Battery of fear. This dangerous artifact was locked away within the subterreanean Vault where it was to be protected from outsiders. Thus, the contents of the caverns rivalled will energy in power and intensity with trespassers feeling that the area was oppressive. To ensure that it could not be abused, the Guardians hid existence of the Yellow Central Power Battery from even their trusted Green Lantern Corps. The Vault was protected by hidden passageways that contained glyphs of the Green Lantern Central Power Battery with puzzles needing to be solved in order to enter the passageways. This series of security measures were made to deny intruders access to the Vault though insiders were able to open the doorways for others. Only a confidential override 3-7-4 allowed a Green Lantern Power Ring to inform its user of the contents of the Vault.
  • The vault is an artistic gymnastics apparatus, as well as the skill performed using that apparatus. Vaulting is also the action of performing a vault. Both male and female gymnasts perform the vault. The English abbreviation for the event in gymnastics scoring is VT. File:Vault.jpg
  • The Vault is a location seen in F.E.A.R. First Encounter Assault Recon. __TOC__
  • The Vault serves as a resting place for sets and items that after receiving a formal introduction to the game has since been removed from the store. Items that enter the Vault are not removed from the game, they are simply not available for purchase any more. Items in the Vault may remain there for an indefinite amount of time. However, they usually appear again for sale as a deal of the day or as a Hot deal for a limited amount of time. Additionally, holiday event items related to Christmas, Halloween and Easter, which are only available during their respective event, are also considered to be in the vault.
  • Hero who defended the arm star once. I have the ability to manipulate the ore Rhegion of-arm star.
  • Vaults are a term (taken from the game Fallout) for the underground bunker complexes that were home to mankind during the Bunker Era, when the surface of earth was uninhabitable because of radioactive contamination following World War III. It had at all times been established that The Reich had created a rather extensive bunker system during the war, houding its production facilities, barracks and, increasingly, population centers, which allowed for the Reich population to move seamlessly to an underground life when the Earth was contaminated. This bunker system was - especially in Earth I-related concepts - said to be worldwide (mirroring the real-world Hollow Earth theory, which is often in popular culture related to Nazis, which I however at that time knew nothing about), meaning that the population globally retreated to this system. Indeed, after the death of Asumi, the automated remains of the Reich - a computronium called the "Heart Of Darkness", and assorted automated production facilities - are found to be very much alive in the deepest layers of this underground complex (which were only inhabited by humans in the upper layers), and try to take over the world through the use of cloned superhumans. The surviving heroes of Random Kingdom III make their way through the bunkers to combat the Soul of Darkness - a demon personifcation of the Reich which lived in the computronium - and end the threat. The last battle takes place near the center of the Earth, from which the Heart of Darkness has extracted the energy it needed to keep its production running, meaning that the bunker complex goes right down to the center of the Earth. Since recently, however, it has become increasingly uncertain wether the bunker system actually spans the entire globe, and furthermore wether, albeit there may be interlinked systems on a global scale, they were all built by the Reich. Rather, a new theory put forth posits that the founding populations of today's superstates survived the so-called Bunker Era in vastly different hideouts - the population of Europe, which was worst hit by the nuclear war - would be the only to have used the Reich's bunkers for survival. In Russia, reduced survivors of Moscow might have used the subway as a fallout shelter (and fortress against mutants and machines), while in Siberia, farming communities may have well survived on the surface throughout the entire period. The reduced metropolitan population and the rural communities may have then been the founding population of the LD. Likewise, the Arab population of the Islamic Union may not descend from underground dwellers at all (since there are no underground facilities in the Arab world to shelter a population of that size), but rather, the Arab world might have never been the target of nuclear attacks, albeit being part of the Reich-associated Ottoman Empire. If the attacks had been limited to the Ottoman heartland - Turkey - the population of Mesopotamia, the Levant, the Maghreb, Egypt and the the Arab peninsula might have survived without difficulties. This thought served as a basis for the Glass Desert concept.
  • The Vault is a building in the First Neighborhood Mansion only. (It is not available in other hoods). it's purpose is to store Bearer Bonds, Capital Bonds and Neighborhood Bonds looted from attacking enemy gangs. Once you reach 100 bonds of any time, they can be exchanged for their respective neighborhood or expansion permit.
  • Vault, located a short distance southeast of Vale on the overworld map, should be the first village the player's party of Isaac and Garet enters after departing from Vale for the first time, and right after getting Flint the Venus Djinni. Through the story that occurs here, the player is introduced to Ivan.
  • Vault may refer to two different digital compilation albums, both released on January 28th 2008: * The B Vault by Ugress * The Shadow Vault by Shadow Of The Beat This page is a disambiguation page; a list of articles that might otherwise share the same title.
  • The Vault is a mode in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U that allows the player to view a variety of things, such as Trophies and snapshots.
  • Vault, also known as Patrick, was a RuneScape player. He owned the notorious 2006 remake, "2006scape", which had over 400,000 accounts registered, 250,000 of which were unique players; in a post here , a person who claims to be Mod Steve (admin in charge of security), said that server costs were 500 USD per month. The game, along with numerous other spin-offs, can be thought to have inspired RuneScape to release their 2007 version of RuneScape as it was what a vocal part of the community wanted. It is said that it was forced to shut down as Vault didn't want him or his team in any legal trouble with Jagex . He currently owns 2007HQ, a community website for OSRS. Several members of the site have taken issue with his administrator skills, given how rules have been arbitrarily enforced (i.e. not punishing blatant flaming while banning someone with a similar avatar and signature).
  • The vault is a cylindrical shape metal vault that has a golden lock with a crab symbol on the middle.
  • As of the recent Super Smash Flash 2 Demo, only these features are available: * Load replay: Re-watch all the action! * v0.8 intro: Watch the SSF2 v0.8 Intro. * v0.9 intro: Watch the SSF2 v0.9 Intro. File:MG icon.svg This article is a . You can help McLeodGaming Wiki by expanding it.
  • The Vault is both an area and storage facility located in the Sentinel area of Nexus Tower. It allows players to store items and models which they do not want to store in their backpacks. The vault does not cost anything to use, however, to create an account, players must talk to Nexus Naomi and receive approval from their faction leader. The process of claiming a vault account is simple, though long. Players must first see Nexus Naomi who will direct them to their respective Faction leader, who in turn will authorize them for an account. Upon receiving approval, the player will earn a Vault account, a toaster model, 40 slots of vault space to store items, and 40 slots to store models. Once an account is set up, Nexus Naomi will offer more vault space in exchange for Blue Imaginite crystals. Completing these missions will unlock a total of 240 slots to store items in and 240 slots to store models in. Once players have completed a certain amount of Nexus Tower missions, Nexus Naomi will suggest that the player set up a Property Safe. Directing them to Vanda Darkflame, Duke Exeter, and Hael Storm, she asks them to obtain three parts and bring them to Doctor Overbuild. Players are then sent by each faction leader to acquire the parts from Numb Chuck (Paradox), Captain Jack Knife (Venture League), and Beck Strongheart (Sentinel). On completion, they can bring the parts to Overbuild, who will remind players that the parts can normally be found in the Assembly Storeroom.
  • Vaults are 2 by 2 sealed rooms that are randomly generated in the Dungeons of Doom. They contain gold in all four squares, in an amount reflective of the dungeon level. The Big Room and the Rogue level never contain any vaults.
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