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  • The Valiant is a Human ground unit. Valiants are a series of artificially intelligent androids used primarily for warfare by the Humans. They were initially built at the end of the 21st century.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ The most powerful weapon in the robot army. It's never met an enemy that requires all of its power, but since it's a machine, doesn't feel any discontent. This folk is only available with Keats and can be acquired via the Dungeon Trials by acquiring 100,000 Campaign Points in one Dungeon.
  • A golden, slightly fruity bitter with a bitter hops flavor, from the Bateman brewery in Lincolnshire.
  • Valiant is a 2005 computer-animated film. Although branded as a Disney film in North America, it is actually an independently-made feature produced in Britain that Disney acquired for distribution in the former territories. Set in May of the year 1944, it tells the story of a group of war pigeons during World War II. The film was produced by John H. Williams and co-produced by Vanguard Animation and Odyssey Entertainment. Reviews toward Valiant were mixed and largely poor. The film is based on a story by Jordan Katz, George Webster, and George Melrod, and inspired by true stories of hundreds of pigeons that helped the soldiers in the war. At the end of the film, it says that of the 54 Dickin Medals awarded to animals, 32 of them went to pigeons.
  • Jake and Nog encounter several exceptional Starfleet cadets who are determined to destroy a powerful Jem'Hadar warship.
  • Valiant is a Character Perk. __NoToC__
  • Valiant was a name given by Marshall Alexander, who had a close friend by the code name, Valiant . However he never got to know her real name and she was sent away for an unknown reason.
  • Das Wrack der Valiant wurde von der Pilotin Lucy Collins geflogen. Sie und der Jäger gehörte zu den Gaianer.
  • Valiant is the proprietor of Valiant's Armour during the time of Ultima IV.
  • Valiant is a starship which is only playable from the of the game. Read more about this topic on the Memory-Alpha Wikia.
  • The Valiant is one of the ships dispatched to find lost Autobot colony worlds and their Cyber Planet Keys to fight the menace of the Unicron Singularity.
  • The Valiant was a Valor-class cruiser that served as the flagship of Admiral Dabrin during the Galactic War.
  • Le Valiant était un grand porte-avion volant utilisé par UNIT durant le début du XXIe siècle. Il contenait plusieurs pièces, incluant une salle de conférence.
  • Valiant is the name of a spaceship in multiple works of science fiction.
  • Deathwatch Space Marine / Coven Of Light / Mission_One:Final_Sanction Imperial frigate, ceased to exist with her captain Haldeme in 2 085 816.M41 over Avalos fighting three Kraken-ships. The ship was used by the Deathwatch of to deliver four Battle-Brothers Arran, Makrodon, Rafael and Seraphan to the tyranid infested world of Avalos.
  • The Valiant is a Light BattleMech from the BattleTech universe.It is used by the three of the four main houses: House Kurita, House Steiner and House Davion, as well as other buyers. Armed with three ER lasers and a Hatchet, it is devastating in close combat. Some varients portray it as being armed with an autocannon, pulse laser as well as the ER lasers.
  • In May 1944, 5 years since the declaration of World War II, three Royal Homing Pigeon Service war pigeons are flying across the English Channel with the White Cliffs of Dover in sight, carrying vital messages to Great Britain. Despite the poor weather conditions the pigeons have nearly reached their destination. They are, however, suddenly ambushed and attacked by a German enemy falcon called General Von Talon; two of the pigeons are instantly killed, yet the third, Mercury is taken as a prisoner of war.
  • Valiant was arrogant but also polite and was good at hiding his true nature. On the outside he appeared to be an honest and noble knight, becoming instantly attracted to Morgana and flirting heavily with her, much to the annoyance of Arthur and even persuaded Uther to let Merlin off the hook after Merlin accused him of sorcery, just so he would make himself seem a better person than he actually was.
  • Valiant is a little wood pidgeon and the main protagonist of the 2005 Disney film of the same name. He is voiced by Ewan McGregor who did Obi-Wan Kenobi from the Star Wars prequel trilogy, Rodney Copperbottom from Robots the Movie, and Christian from Moulin Rouge! the movie. He's a short patriotic pigeon who wanted to join the Royal Homing Pigeon Service. He was teased for thinking that he could do so. It turned out that it was his size that enabled him to accomplish a great deed.
  • Valiant puede referirse en el universo Star Wars: * Valiant, un Comando de Reconocimiento Avanzado * Valiant, un Crucero de guerra clase Thranta * Valiant, una Fragata Nebulón-B2 * Valiant, un Destructor Estelar clase Imperial Imperial I * Valiant, un Destructor Estelar clase Victory I * Valiant, una nave de transporte armada Imperial * Valiant, un Crucero ligero MC40a Rebelde. * Valiant, una nave estelar de la República capitaneada por Opelle durante la Primera Purga Jedi. * Valiant, una nave de transporte Valahari 1. * REDIRECCIÓN
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  • 500.0
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  • Sapient
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  • Equipped
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Written
Complement
  • 110
Appearances
  • Valiant
px
  • 200
Starring
Portrayer
Date
  • 51825.400000
Series
  • DS9
Runtime
  • 4560.0
Producer
  • John Williams
  • John H. Williams
  • Barnaby Thompson
Affiliation
Role
  • Flagship
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  • Valiant
  • Valiant
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  • Valiant
Name
  • 250
  • Valiant
Type
  • Cruiser
  • episode
  • title
  • Porte-avions militaire aéroporté
Portrait
  • Image:.png
Airdate
  • 1998-05-06
Value
  • +3%
Caption
  • Theatrical poster
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  • You defeated the gatekeeper of the Reshanta Top Fortress.
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Language
  • English
Production
  • 546
Title
  • Valiant
ATT
  • Flight Speed
Commanders
Music
  • George Fenton
  • Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Enemies
Allegiance
  • Galactic Republic
Description
  • proprietor of Valiant's Armour
AKA
  • Knight Valiant
  • Sir Valiant
Format
  • epair
  • epprod
Gross
  • 6.1746888E7
Before
Studio
  • Odyssey Entertainment
  • Ealing Studios
  • Take Film Partnerships
  • Vanguard Animation
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Nom
  • Valiant
After
Passengers
  • 5000
Universe
  • Grey Goo Universe
Distributor
Episode
  • 6
ES
  • Valiant
Family
  • Unknown
Release
  • 2005-03-25
  • 2005-08-19
Released
  • 2005
Time
  • 4560.0
Gender
  • Male
Race
  • Human
  • Asmodian
Budget
  • N/A
  • 3.5E7
Director
  • Gary Chapman
  • Gary Champan
Crew
  • 1900
Armament
  • launchers
  • launchers Concussion missile
  • Turbolaser cannons Quad laser cannons Ion cannons Proton torpedo
Location
  • Jhelom
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Autres noms
  • Hawk Major
Conception
  • UNIT, Humains
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  • (1) Las fechas de emisión y rating/ranking corresponden a Estados Unidos
  • The Valiant is a Human ground unit. Valiants are a series of artificially intelligent androids used primarily for warfare by the Humans. They were initially built at the end of the 21st century.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ The most powerful weapon in the robot army. It's never met an enemy that requires all of its power, but since it's a machine, doesn't feel any discontent. This folk is only available with Keats and can be acquired via the Dungeon Trials by acquiring 100,000 Campaign Points in one Dungeon.
  • A golden, slightly fruity bitter with a bitter hops flavor, from the Bateman brewery in Lincolnshire.
  • Valiant puede referirse en el universo Star Wars: * Valiant, un Comando de Reconocimiento Avanzado * Valiant, un Crucero de guerra clase Thranta * Valiant, una Fragata Nebulón-B2 * Valiant, un Destructor Estelar clase Imperial Imperial I * Valiant, un Destructor Estelar clase Victory I * Valiant, una nave de transporte armada Imperial * Valiant, un Crucero ligero MC40a Rebelde. * Valiant, una nave estelar de la República capitaneada por Opelle durante la Primera Purga Jedi. * Valiant, una nave de transporte Valahari 1. * REDIRECCIÓN * * La versión original de este artículo, o parte del mismo, fue traducida de Wookieepedia, [ ver autores].
  • Valiant is a 2005 computer-animated film. Although branded as a Disney film in North America, it is actually an independently-made feature produced in Britain that Disney acquired for distribution in the former territories. Set in May of the year 1944, it tells the story of a group of war pigeons during World War II. The film was produced by John H. Williams and co-produced by Vanguard Animation and Odyssey Entertainment. Reviews toward Valiant were mixed and largely poor. The film is based on a story by Jordan Katz, George Webster, and George Melrod, and inspired by true stories of hundreds of pigeons that helped the soldiers in the war. At the end of the film, it says that of the 54 Dickin Medals awarded to animals, 32 of them went to pigeons.
  • Jake and Nog encounter several exceptional Starfleet cadets who are determined to destroy a powerful Jem'Hadar warship.
  • In May 1944, 5 years since the declaration of World War II, three Royal Homing Pigeon Service war pigeons are flying across the English Channel with the White Cliffs of Dover in sight, carrying vital messages to Great Britain. Despite the poor weather conditions the pigeons have nearly reached their destination. They are, however, suddenly ambushed and attacked by a German enemy falcon called General Von Talon; two of the pigeons are instantly killed, yet the third, Mercury is taken as a prisoner of war. Elsewhere a small wood pigeon named Valiant is watching an Allied forces propaganda film in his local bar (an overturned rowing boat) in West Nestington. Wing Commander Gutsy, a war hero flies into the bar, informing everyone that signups are scheduled the next day in Trafalgar Square, London. In General Von Talon's lair, Mercury resists interrogation by his captors. Valiant flies off to London, bidding his mother and Felix, the local barman, goodbye. In London, Valiant meets a filthy pigeon named Bugsy, who is wanted by two thugs. In order to escape the wrath of the thugs, he signs up with Valiant. The recruits, Valiant, Bugsy, Lofty, an intellectual red pigeon, and Toughwood and Tailfeather, two strong but dim-witted twin brothers, form Royal Homing Pigeon Service Squad F, and are sent to a recruit training facility. Under the command of Sergeant Monty, who declares that he will toughen them up for the RHPS, the training begins. Meanwhile, Von Talon and his henchmen, Cufflingk and Underlingk, try numerous attempts to discover the message's departure location. However Mercury refuses to tell, despite the tortures inflicted upon him, such as irritating him with yodelling music and injecting him with truth serum, before Mercury accidentally reveals the location: Saint-Pierre. Throughout the training, Valiant develops a crush on Victoria, the camp's nursing dove. Eventually, Gutsy arrives and tells the Sergeant that the recruits need to leave the next morning, despite their training being vastly incomplete. Bugsy, however, decides not to go on the "highly dangerous" mission and flees the camp that night. The next morning, Valiant and the others prepare to leave and start to board the plane headed for France, but not before Bugsy shows up at the last second. The journey becomes extremely perilous, as the plane is caught in the midst of dogfight. Their plane sustains heavy damage and the pigeons soon have to bail out, in boxes equipped with parachutes. The pigeons are dropped from the plane; however a technical malfunction causes Gutsy's box to fail to deploy. The plane goes down in an inferno of flames, presumably killing Gutsy in the resulting explosion. In France, the pigeons meet Charles de Girl and Rollo, two mice from the French Resistance, Mouse Division, the latter being an expert saboteur who lead them to Saint-Pierre, where they receive the message they have been ordered to deliver. They soon come under attack by Von Talon's henchmen, resulting in Bugsy and the message being captured. Von Talon takes the message from Bugsy and decides to cage him up and eat him later. Valiant and the troops follow Bugsy to the falcon's bunker, where they discover that Gutsy has survived the plane crash. Valiant takes advantage of his small size and sneaks into the bunker through the gun barrel, retrieves the message, and frees Bugsy and Mercury. Unfortunately, the falcons are alert and give chase. As Gutsy and the others fend off Von Talon's henchmen, Valiant flies to London to deliver the message, followed closely by Von Talon. After a climactic chase by the falcon, Valiant hides in the cottage where he lives, where he is attacked by Von Talon again. With the help of his mother and Felix, Valiant finally defeats the villain by getting a giant hook caught on his medals, leaving him to be beaten senseless by the water wheel. Valiant delivers the message, and upon receiving it, a change of plans is made: They land in Normandy. After receiving the Dickin Medal, Squad F returns to the local bar in West Nestington, where Valiant reunites and shares a kiss with Victoria.
  • Valiant is a little wood pidgeon and the main protagonist of the 2005 Disney film of the same name. He is voiced by Ewan McGregor who did Obi-Wan Kenobi from the Star Wars prequel trilogy, Rodney Copperbottom from Robots the Movie, and Christian from Moulin Rouge! the movie. He's a short patriotic pigeon who wanted to join the Royal Homing Pigeon Service. He was teased for thinking that he could do so. It turned out that it was his size that enabled him to accomplish a great deed. At the climax, Valiant manages to defeat the evil falcon General Von Talon by luring him into a trap and tied his cape up with a hook and rope to dangle next to a water wheel, which buffeted him back and forth on the falcon For his actions during the war (he managed to sneak down the gun barrel and retrieve the plans) nurse Victoria to be his girlfriend.
  • Valiant is a Character Perk. __NoToC__
  • Valiant was a name given by Marshall Alexander, who had a close friend by the code name, Valiant . However he never got to know her real name and she was sent away for an unknown reason.
  • Das Wrack der Valiant wurde von der Pilotin Lucy Collins geflogen. Sie und der Jäger gehörte zu den Gaianer.
  • Valiant is the proprietor of Valiant's Armour during the time of Ultima IV.
  • Valiant is a starship which is only playable from the of the game. Read more about this topic on the Memory-Alpha Wikia.
  • The Valiant is one of the ships dispatched to find lost Autobot colony worlds and their Cyber Planet Keys to fight the menace of the Unicron Singularity.
  • The Valiant was a Valor-class cruiser that served as the flagship of Admiral Dabrin during the Galactic War.
  • Le Valiant était un grand porte-avion volant utilisé par UNIT durant le début du XXIe siècle. Il contenait plusieurs pièces, incluant une salle de conférence.
  • Valiant is the name of a spaceship in multiple works of science fiction.
  • Valiant was arrogant but also polite and was good at hiding his true nature. On the outside he appeared to be an honest and noble knight, becoming instantly attracted to Morgana and flirting heavily with her, much to the annoyance of Arthur and even persuaded Uther to let Merlin off the hook after Merlin accused him of sorcery, just so he would make himself seem a better person than he actually was. Despite his exterior Valiant was perfectly capable of committing murder and seemed almost casual about it, as shown when he ordered his snakes to kill the very man that had made the shield and later when he had one of his snakes murder Sir Ewan, so that he couldn't confirm Merlin's story about him using magic. He was aware of the dangers of using magic in Camelot and therefore kept his magical snakes hidden, thus Valiant pinned Sir Ewan under his shield so that nobody could see the snakes strike him. However, Valiant wasn't completely heartless and was slightly remorseful (albeit only temporarily) about the thought of killing Arthur during the tournament, genuinely believing he was a great warrior. He was also attracted to Morgana and was very polite and charming to her.
  • Deathwatch Space Marine / Coven Of Light / Mission_One:Final_Sanction Imperial frigate, ceased to exist with her captain Haldeme in 2 085 816.M41 over Avalos fighting three Kraken-ships. The ship was used by the Deathwatch of to deliver four Battle-Brothers Arran, Makrodon, Rafael and Seraphan to the tyranid infested world of Avalos.
  • The Valiant is a Light BattleMech from the BattleTech universe.It is used by the three of the four main houses: House Kurita, House Steiner and House Davion, as well as other buyers. Armed with three ER lasers and a Hatchet, it is devastating in close combat. Some varients portray it as being armed with an autocannon, pulse laser as well as the ER lasers.
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