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  • Shipwreck is a Special Mission in Bloons Monkey City. In this mission, every tower except the Monkey Buccaneer costs double their original price. Players must defend against 22 rounds (24 in second city) of stepped up bloons (Round Ramp). There are four whirlpools located inside looped parts of the track. The whirlpools can pop all types of bloons with an activated ability which acts like a 0/0 Bloonchipper. Players earn $6000 and 500 XP upon completion, along with File:BloonstoneIcon.png50 (with an extra 5 if no lives are lost, 2 on mobile).
  • And he's got a parrot!
  • There are two notable wrecked ships in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings: * the wreck of the Petra Silie, outside Flotsam in Chapter I, and * the wreck of the Eyla Tarn, outside Vergen in Chapter II. There is another wreck in Chapter II, near the Nilfgaardian camp, and it even has a trunk, but the trunk is empty and nothing of interest happens there.
  • Several Shipwrecks exist throughout Skyrim, including: * The Silvermoon * Wreck of the Icerunner * Wreck of the Brinehammer * Wreck of the Winter War * Wreck of the Pride of Tel Vos * Pilgrim's Trench
  • The name Shipwreck refers to several versions of the same character: * Shipwreck (RAH) * Shipwreck (Sigma 6) * Shipwreck (Movie) * Shipwreck (IDW) * Shipwreck (Resolute) * Shipwreck (Renegades)
  • The Shipwreck is a dungeon in VI. While mostly optional, the sunken vessel, located north of Pescado and Fashion Forge, possesses this game's ultimate key.
  • Shipwreck was a regular in the Bonehunters. He would stagger drunkenly in moments of high excitement as his damaged inner ear would start acting up.
  • The shipwreck is a creature bank in Heroes of Might and Magic I, Heroes II, Heroes III, and Heroes IV. The hero fights ghosts in Heroes I, Heroes II and Heroes IV, and is rewarded with gold. In Heroes III, the hero fights wights and wraiths and is rewarded with gold and artifacts. Visiting the wreck after someone has claimed the treasure gives the hero -1 morale in the next combat.
  • The Shipwreck is of course a shipwreck. It is located right outside of Buzzarton. The Shipwreck is also where you will fight Jo Mamma.
  • This is a great snack for the finetaster, not just a snack, it takes a bit of time to prepare but makes it all up with the result ! Enjoy !
  • His real name is Hector X. Delgado, and he was born in Chula Vista, California. Shipwreck grew up near the San Diego Navy Yards. He enlisted in the Navy at 16, after getting permission from his parents. He served time at "Gitmo", before moving on to carrier operations in the Middle East, and participating in patrolling actions in the Mekong Deltaand Yokosuka. Shipwreck graduated from the the Great Lakes Naval Gunnery School, and is a qualified expert with the M-14, M-16, Browning .50 cal., 20mm Oerlikon AA gun, and the M1911A1 Auto Pistol.
  • The Shipwreck is located on one of the small islands off the coast of Driftwood in Fable III. It only becomes available after the main storyline is complete and the Hero performs the quest The New World from Malusa in the City of Aurora. The shipwreck is easily visible if you travel to the stall Drifter’s Miscellany (General Goods), on the back side of Driftwood’s large island.
  • The Shipwreck is a limited-time decoration that was released on October 4, 2016, as part of the Treehouse of Horror XXVII Event. It a craftable item and to levelling up the Construction Yard; additionally it the player with 450 MAG Points upon placement.
  • Shipwreck is a senior officer and poet in the crew Regent, he is a titled member of the flag Tainted Purity on the Viridian Ocean.
  • The shipwreck is a massive Fire Nation naval vessel tilted and uprooted by the waterbenders of the Southern Water Tribe, marking one of the first of a series of attacks known as the Southern Water Tribe raids.
  • Shipwreck has earned a reputation as being one of the more rambunctious members of the G.I. Joe Team. It's not that he is in any way disobedient or disrespectful of higher up officers. It's just that his arrogant, brash personality and stereotypical sailor attitude has gotten him in trouble so many times. He prefers to take up his own actions and fight the enemy in his own way. He also has a reputation for telling tall tales and for his poor culinary skills. It seems he is the only one who can stomach his own cooking. His superiors have had enough and shipped him to Navy S.E.A.L. School in the hopes the training there would make him a better man. It made him better alright... a better fighter only, with no change at all to his salty personality.
  • The Shipwreck opening event from The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. Occurring during the intro sequence to the game, the Shipwreck is the focal point that sets the events of Link's Awakening into motion. While traveling at sea, Link is washed up on the Toronbo Shores when a fierce storm destroys his ship. He is found by Marin, who brings him to her house and nurses him back to consciousness. Link subsequently learns about the Wind Fish, and sets off on his quest to awaken the deity.
  • The floors in the Shipwreck are called Layers. There are 18 Layers in the dungeon. The Gate key item is called the Hook, the locked door key is called the Shipcabin Key, and the Back floor key is called the Flapping Fish. Layer 18 is a regular dungeon floor that requires the Music Box Key to access the Boss room. After entering the boss area, Layer 18 becomes the "Church of Memory."
  • New enemies: * Wild Ticker * Siegebeast New weapons: * Digger Launcher Cole and his squad barely managed to survive from the huge wreckage. All weapons except for your pistol have been washed away, so move on the given path when you see the Wild Ticker. Kill them quickly before they consume the weapons, although upon killing them they drop the weapon they eat. Proceed, and rumbling can be heard. Savage Drones start attacking, and keep fighting your way through them. As you continue to a point, the game switches you from Cole to Marcus, who are fighting a large Savage Locust stronghold.
  • Shipwreck is a optional location in Final Fantasy Legend III. The people of the World have no ships, because the monsters wrecked them all. Luckily, wrecked ships are full of treasures. There are a total of six shipwrecks that can be found across the seafloor. One shipwreck can be found in the Past, three in the Present, and six in the Future. The shipwrecks can be explore right after receiving the Dive spell from Granny. Four shipwrecks are found behind seamounts, the player will have to surface and then move forward a few tiles and than dive down to the seafloor.
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  • Alia's husband was a sailor. Whenever her beloved went out on a trip she waited every afternoon at the beach until his return. During a storm the sailor's ship strayed and crashed on the cliff, succumbing to the turbulent water. Sank in despair and sorrow, Alia never left the beach, hoping to find her beloved in the afterlife. But the grieving and resentful spirit could never depart. It remains near the cliffs, luring ships to their doom. Could you help me put Alia's Spirit to rest? Go to the Green Valley and kill Tiny Green Beetle until you get a beetle gem. You can use it to contain the spirit's essance. Use the beetle gem with Alia's Spirit, that wanders around the south side of the beach.
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  • Shipwreck has earned a reputation as being one of the more rambunctious members of the G.I. Joe Team. It's not that he is in any way disobedient or disrespectful of higher up officers. It's just that his arrogant, brash personality and stereotypical sailor attitude has gotten him in trouble so many times. He prefers to take up his own actions and fight the enemy in his own way. He also has a reputation for telling tall tales and for his poor culinary skills. It seems he is the only one who can stomach his own cooking. His superiors have had enough and shipped him to Navy S.E.A.L. School in the hopes the training there would make him a better man. It made him better alright... a better fighter only, with no change at all to his salty personality. Shipwreck grew up just by the side of the sprawling San Diego Navy Yards. He enlisted at the youngest possible age with his parents' permission and then served with distinction in the Mekong Delta where he contended with river pirates, smugglers and insurgents. He also spent time at several naval bases and on carrier-initiated operations in the Middle East.
  • Shipwreck is a Special Mission in Bloons Monkey City. In this mission, every tower except the Monkey Buccaneer costs double their original price. Players must defend against 22 rounds (24 in second city) of stepped up bloons (Round Ramp). There are four whirlpools located inside looped parts of the track. The whirlpools can pop all types of bloons with an activated ability which acts like a 0/0 Bloonchipper. Players earn $6000 and 500 XP upon completion, along with File:BloonstoneIcon.png50 (with an extra 5 if no lives are lost, 2 on mobile).
  • And he's got a parrot!
  • There are two notable wrecked ships in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings: * the wreck of the Petra Silie, outside Flotsam in Chapter I, and * the wreck of the Eyla Tarn, outside Vergen in Chapter II. There is another wreck in Chapter II, near the Nilfgaardian camp, and it even has a trunk, but the trunk is empty and nothing of interest happens there.
  • Several Shipwrecks exist throughout Skyrim, including: * The Silvermoon * Wreck of the Icerunner * Wreck of the Brinehammer * Wreck of the Winter War * Wreck of the Pride of Tel Vos * Pilgrim's Trench
  • Shipwreck is a optional location in Final Fantasy Legend III. The people of the World have no ships, because the monsters wrecked them all. Luckily, wrecked ships are full of treasures. There are a total of six shipwrecks that can be found across the seafloor. One shipwreck can be found in the Past, three in the Present, and six in the Future. The shipwrecks can be explore right after receiving the Dive spell from Granny. It should be noted that the treasure chests found in these shipwrecks cannot be opened multiple times as long as the player started from the Future and worked backwards, once the treasure chest is open. It will be empty across the three different eras no matter where the player opened the treasure chest. Four shipwrecks are found behind seamounts, the player will have to surface and then move forward a few tiles and than dive down to the seafloor.
  • The name Shipwreck refers to several versions of the same character: * Shipwreck (RAH) * Shipwreck (Sigma 6) * Shipwreck (Movie) * Shipwreck (IDW) * Shipwreck (Resolute) * Shipwreck (Renegades)
  • The Shipwreck is a dungeon in VI. While mostly optional, the sunken vessel, located north of Pescado and Fashion Forge, possesses this game's ultimate key.
  • Shipwreck was a regular in the Bonehunters. He would stagger drunkenly in moments of high excitement as his damaged inner ear would start acting up.
  • The shipwreck is a creature bank in Heroes of Might and Magic I, Heroes II, Heroes III, and Heroes IV. The hero fights ghosts in Heroes I, Heroes II and Heroes IV, and is rewarded with gold. In Heroes III, the hero fights wights and wraiths and is rewarded with gold and artifacts. Visiting the wreck after someone has claimed the treasure gives the hero -1 morale in the next combat.
  • The Shipwreck opening event from The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. Occurring during the intro sequence to the game, the Shipwreck is the focal point that sets the events of Link's Awakening into motion. While traveling at sea, Link is washed up on the Toronbo Shores when a fierce storm destroys his ship. He is found by Marin, who brings him to her house and nurses him back to consciousness. Link subsequently learns about the Wind Fish, and sets off on his quest to awaken the deity. Spoiler warning: Plot or ending details follow. After Link awakens the Wind Fish and Koholint Island ceases to exist, he finds himself floating upon a piece of wreckage in the middle of the ocean, indicating that the events of Link's Awakening were merely a dream. As Link looks to the sky, however, the silhouette of the Wind Fish flies by, indicating otherwise. Spoiler warning: Spoilers end here.
  • New enemies: * Wild Ticker * Siegebeast New weapons: * Digger Launcher Cole and his squad barely managed to survive from the huge wreckage. All weapons except for your pistol have been washed away, so move on the given path when you see the Wild Ticker. Kill them quickly before they consume the weapons, although upon killing them they drop the weapon they eat. Proceed, and rumbling can be heard. Savage Drones start attacking, and keep fighting your way through them. As you continue to a point, the game switches you from Cole to Marcus, who are fighting a large Savage Locust stronghold. Savage Boomers start attacking you with their Diggers, so try to take them out first. Watch for the Savage Drones on the long unstable bridges above as they use Longshots, which are more deadly on harder difficulties. As you fight your way through, you will find a group of Savage Locust using a Siegebeast to destroy what's left of the CNV Sovereign. Kill the Siegebeast crew, and use the Siegebeast to destroy the other two attacking the wreckage. Once all of them are destroyed, a Brumak appears. Kill it with the Siegebeast. Keep moving to search for Anya and Jace. Deal with the various savages that are fighting them. They're distracted from fighting them, so you can attack them from behind and kill them without much worry. After finding and meeting up with them, deal with all of the enemies that appear on the fight. A cutscene ensues afterwards where Prescott dies from his wounds, and the Savage Locust fight again. Remember that a large ammo stash is behind you, so restock on ammo if you're running low on it. After all the enemies are dead, a Brumak appears. Kill it by shooting the Chain Gun arms (not the rocket launcher, this does no damage on it). Once the two Chain Gun arms are destroyed, they start exploding and the Brumak explodes, and the chapter ends with a cutscene in which you find out Adam Fenix is still alive and you need to reach Anvil Gate to crack the data disk Prescott gave you.
  • The Shipwreck is of course a shipwreck. It is located right outside of Buzzarton. The Shipwreck is also where you will fight Jo Mamma.
  • This is a great snack for the finetaster, not just a snack, it takes a bit of time to prepare but makes it all up with the result ! Enjoy !
  • His real name is Hector X. Delgado, and he was born in Chula Vista, California. Shipwreck grew up near the San Diego Navy Yards. He enlisted in the Navy at 16, after getting permission from his parents. He served time at "Gitmo", before moving on to carrier operations in the Middle East, and participating in patrolling actions in the Mekong Deltaand Yokosuka. Shipwreck graduated from the the Great Lakes Naval Gunnery School, and is a qualified expert with the M-14, M-16, Browning .50 cal., 20mm Oerlikon AA gun, and the M1911A1 Auto Pistol.
  • The Shipwreck is located on one of the small islands off the coast of Driftwood in Fable III. It only becomes available after the main storyline is complete and the Hero performs the quest The New World from Malusa in the City of Aurora. The shipwreck is easily visible if you travel to the stall Drifter’s Miscellany (General Goods), on the back side of Driftwood’s large island.
  • The Shipwreck is a limited-time decoration that was released on October 4, 2016, as part of the Treehouse of Horror XXVII Event. It a craftable item and to levelling up the Construction Yard; additionally it the player with 450 MAG Points upon placement.
  • Shipwreck is a senior officer and poet in the crew Regent, he is a titled member of the flag Tainted Purity on the Viridian Ocean.
  • The floors in the Shipwreck are called Layers. There are 18 Layers in the dungeon. The Gate key item is called the Hook, the locked door key is called the Shipcabin Key, and the Back floor key is called the Flapping Fish. Layer 18 is a regular dungeon floor that requires the Music Box Key to access the Boss room. After entering the boss area, Layer 18 becomes the "Church of Memory." The Shipwreck has a dark history. La Saia, the Queen of Queens, declared it her favorite ship. On her wedding day, her groom did not show up. She decided to end her life by drowning herself, as a result. The townspeople sank the ship in honor of her memory, and it's been used as a storage for merchants ever since.
  • The shipwreck is a massive Fire Nation naval vessel tilted and uprooted by the waterbenders of the Southern Water Tribe, marking one of the first of a series of attacks known as the Southern Water Tribe raids.
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