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  • "Trigger" is a character in Ian Fleming's 1964 short-story "The Living Daylights".
  • Image:Quest Editor toolbar triggers.jpg A trigger in Titan Quest is used in the quest scripts. It is used to make events happen. A trigger must contain at least one condition and one action, if not more. (See the complete list of possible conditions and the complete list of possible actions.) When all conditions are met, the trigger will fire and the actions will occur. After that, the trigger will shut down.
  • Trigger is a character featured in RAGE. He is a racer and resident of Wellspring. He can be faced in the Buggy class races that the town offers. He is a rather lackluster driver, and usually comes in third or fourth place. The player will be able to beat him without any trouble with the use of vehicle boost and decent racing tactics. Besides racing with him and possibly blowing his vehicle up, Trigger has no other interactions with the protagonist.
  • Trigger (起爆剤 Kibakuzai?, lit., "Triggering Explosive") is the name used to refer to the Small Scale Induction-Style Active Volcano Controlling Device (小規模誘発式活火山制御装置 Shōkibo Yūhatsu-shiki Kakkazan Seigyosōchi?). It is a technology developed by the United States military for the purpose of inducing a controlled eruption of volcanoes. Though seemingly only a part of GREMLIN's plan, it later becomes clear that its purpose was greatly downplayed for the purpose of deception.
  • A trigger is
  • Trigger decks are a combo deck type.
  • Trigger is a character in Dead Man's Chest.
  • A trigger is when a weapon, armor or shield transforms to a more powerful version of itself. This only happens when a set of conditions is fulfilled
  • Triggers enables the player to create and activate a variety of effects once certain conditions are meet. These features can be used to enhance scenarios and simulate many genres, e.g. Defend-the-Spot, Role-playing games and Fixed Force effectively. If used creatively, triggers can be used to create objects that can be found nowhere else in the game. For example, looping the creation of shore fish using the Create Object trigger can be used to simulate a fountain or splashing water.
  • The option that defines the name of the condition that sets off the trigger. trigger, any ruleAttachment, this is the conditional tested to activate whatever changes this attachment represents.
  • Trigger was a character set to appear in Fallout 3.
  • Trigger requires 3 MP to cast in the first four games. In Quest for Glory V, Trigger's cost is increased to 10 MP.
  • This is the part that almost every Nerf blaster has. In some blasters, such as the Secret Strike AS-1, the trigger is unique and is not shaped like a traditional blaster trigger. Older Nerf blasters have varying trigger shapes and colors. Newer Nerf blasters from the Vortex, Dart Tag, and N-Strike series feature the same trigger on every blaster.
  • Trigger a Vulture Voiced by George Lindsey Trigger and Nutsy are brothers. Appearances * Disney's Robin Hood
  • A Game Trigger is a switch that is turned on once a certain point is passed or a specific objective has been completed.
  • A Trigger (トリガ Torigā?) is a Neighbor's technology that is powered by Trion. It is mainly used for combat purposes, but it also have other functions.
  • Trigger (トリガー Torigā) is the home planet of the Alienizer and Zangyack Action Commander, Buramudo. Ep. 5: Judgement Pirates
  • Trigger is part of Matheus' pack and a former pet dog.
  • Trigger is a Mechanical battle pet, which can be made by players with a level 700 Engineering skill. The ability to make this pet is the reward for the Halls of Valor quest, Halls of Valor: Trigger Happy, which can be started at level 108, and involves defeating Odyn to obtain the [Runestone of Vitality].
  • Trigger is now filled with rage and hates Goku, his family, and his friends. He wears a black suit with no sleeves and wears a green t-shirt underneath. He can't go Super Saiyan even though he has Broly's DNA. He doesn't have a tail but he can turn into a Great Ape which is weird. He is very powerful and wears black nail polish. He will always stay loyal to Broly and can take control of lightning and can shoot toward an enemy. He hates all heroes and has tried to kill them. Some people can defeat him and some people can't.
  • appearance Latest appearance General information Nicknames Family members Alignment Status Physical information Species Gender Eye color Hair color Additional information Portrayed by Trigger is the Evan Ross dog in the Monster Blood book and their successors.
  • The trigger is a switch near the firearm's grip. Generally, it serves the function of disengaging the hammer or striker, which results in a cartridge being fired due to the firing pin being struck. This sets off the primer and ignites the propellant inside the cartridge, sending the bullet downrange.
  • A trigger (トリガー torigā), as the name implies, is something that initiates or triggers a magic (or a spell). Four types of triggers are recognised in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha/A's Visual Fan Book. Aria (詠唱 Eishō) A long incantation, usually required for complex magic or powerful spells. Arias often include a mage's personal incantation, such as Nanoha Takamachi's "Lyrical! Magical!" Reinforce, and later Hayate Yagami, require arias for most of their spells even when less powerful mages do not. Command (コマンド Komando) A short command phrase, also known as trigger code (トリガーコード torigā kōdo). For example, Fate Testarossa's command phrase for her shooting skills is "Fire!" In cases where a mage does not need an incantation to activate a skill, the Device may bark the command in its mast
  • Triggers are colored circles displayed on the Nintendo 3DS top screen that correspond to actions to be performed with the stylus. There are three different types of Triggers: Touch Triggers, Slide Triggers, and Hold Triggers, each corresponding to a different action. In addition to the action to be performed, the timing of the Trigger's action relative to its position in the Mark is also important; the Trigger must be lined up very closely with the lane's circle at the end in order to get the best score on a trigger.
  • A signal which represents the occurance of an event (such as a key being pressed) with a brief pulse, after which the signal returns to its base state. Another way of saying this is that the leading edge of the trigger pulse indicates that an event has occurred, but the trailing edge represents nothing; it is simply necessary to prepare for the next event. Compare with gate.
  • A trigger is something that trips feelings or memories related to previously experienced trauma; this results in something that is generally considered unpleasant at best, and at worst causes a lapse in the person who experiences one. In fanfiction, given the wide variety of stories that are written and the themes, issues, and content that can be found in them, warning for triggers is important and can spare people unneeded emotional pain from reading something that would otherwise cause trauma to resurface.
  • Image:Trigger Object.jpg If your character enters a room and you notice a creature or NPC appearing out of nowhere, you have just entered a trigger. A trigger is an invisible area placed on floors, walls and even some objects, which instructs the game to take some type of action. In the above example, the trigger spawned in an encounter for your character. Triggers are used to set off traps, spawn encounters and a few more different things. Triggers are setup to cover a specfic place inside a module area and there are different types of trigger, such as:
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  • Trigger
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  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
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  • Spring set of a gun.
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  • トリガーデッキ
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  • Trigger 42"Trigger Scent"; Trigger_42.jpg
  • Trigger Bates; Trigger.jpg
  • Trigger Bolo; Trigger Bolo .JPG
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  • Octopussy and The Living Daylights
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  • A trigger (トリガー torigā), as the name implies, is something that initiates or triggers a magic (or a spell). Four types of triggers are recognised in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha/A's Visual Fan Book. Aria (詠唱 Eishō) A long incantation, usually required for complex magic or powerful spells. Arias often include a mage's personal incantation, such as Nanoha Takamachi's "Lyrical! Magical!" Reinforce, and later Hayate Yagami, require arias for most of their spells even when less powerful mages do not. Command (コマンド Komando) A short command phrase, also known as trigger code (トリガーコード torigā kōdo). For example, Fate Testarossa's command phrase for her shooting skills is "Fire!" In cases where a mage does not need an incantation to activate a skill, the Device may bark the command in its master's stead. Action trigger (アクショントリガー Akushon torigā) A motion, usually a distinctive swing of the Device, or a finger snap. Action triggers usually accompany command phrases. Device activation (デバイス発動 Debaisu hatsudō) The autonomous activation sequence by an Intelligent Device. This usually happens when the user is in danger from an incoming attack (e.g. Auto Guard, Mach Caliber's Caliber Shot).
  • "Trigger" is a character in Ian Fleming's 1964 short-story "The Living Daylights".
  • Image:Quest Editor toolbar triggers.jpg A trigger in Titan Quest is used in the quest scripts. It is used to make events happen. A trigger must contain at least one condition and one action, if not more. (See the complete list of possible conditions and the complete list of possible actions.) When all conditions are met, the trigger will fire and the actions will occur. After that, the trigger will shut down.
  • Trigger is a character featured in RAGE. He is a racer and resident of Wellspring. He can be faced in the Buggy class races that the town offers. He is a rather lackluster driver, and usually comes in third or fourth place. The player will be able to beat him without any trouble with the use of vehicle boost and decent racing tactics. Besides racing with him and possibly blowing his vehicle up, Trigger has no other interactions with the protagonist.
  • Trigger (起爆剤 Kibakuzai?, lit., "Triggering Explosive") is the name used to refer to the Small Scale Induction-Style Active Volcano Controlling Device (小規模誘発式活火山制御装置 Shōkibo Yūhatsu-shiki Kakkazan Seigyosōchi?). It is a technology developed by the United States military for the purpose of inducing a controlled eruption of volcanoes. Though seemingly only a part of GREMLIN's plan, it later becomes clear that its purpose was greatly downplayed for the purpose of deception.
  • A trigger is
  • Trigger decks are a combo deck type.
  • Trigger is a character in Dead Man's Chest.
  • A trigger is when a weapon, armor or shield transforms to a more powerful version of itself. This only happens when a set of conditions is fulfilled
  • Triggers enables the player to create and activate a variety of effects once certain conditions are meet. These features can be used to enhance scenarios and simulate many genres, e.g. Defend-the-Spot, Role-playing games and Fixed Force effectively. If used creatively, triggers can be used to create objects that can be found nowhere else in the game. For example, looping the creation of shore fish using the Create Object trigger can be used to simulate a fountain or splashing water.
  • Image:Trigger Object.jpg If your character enters a room and you notice a creature or NPC appearing out of nowhere, you have just entered a trigger. A trigger is an invisible area placed on floors, walls and even some objects, which instructs the game to take some type of action. In the above example, the trigger spawned in an encounter for your character. Triggers are used to set off traps, spawn encounters and a few more different things. Triggers are setup to cover a specfic place inside a module area and there are different types of trigger, such as: Encounter Trigger - This type will spawn in whatever type of creature(s), at the location you tell it to. You could, for example, spawn in an Ogre behind the PC party or a group of Skeleton Warriors in the next room. Generic Trigger - These are used to spawn in objects or a more specific encounter, i.e., something you've edited from the standard encounter pallette and is now part of the custom pallete. Trap Trigger - These are used for two purposes; 1) To set off the ol' spike in the floor trap. Well, any type of trap can be controlled by this trigger. 2) Secret trap doors. In this case, the trigger is checking your PC to determine if the PC has detected the hidden door or not. It also governs the range and DC of the check. Sound Trigger - This is used to start audio play back. If you move to a spot on the map and start to hear birds chirping or the sounds of battle, you may have activated this type of trigger. The best way to understand triggers, is to build a module area and place different types of triggers inside it, then play your module. Experiment with triggers, enjoy their usefulness and have fun.
  • The option that defines the name of the condition that sets off the trigger. trigger, any ruleAttachment, this is the conditional tested to activate whatever changes this attachment represents.
  • Trigger was a character set to appear in Fallout 3.
  • Trigger requires 3 MP to cast in the first four games. In Quest for Glory V, Trigger's cost is increased to 10 MP.
  • This is the part that almost every Nerf blaster has. In some blasters, such as the Secret Strike AS-1, the trigger is unique and is not shaped like a traditional blaster trigger. Older Nerf blasters have varying trigger shapes and colors. Newer Nerf blasters from the Vortex, Dart Tag, and N-Strike series feature the same trigger on every blaster.
  • Triggers are colored circles displayed on the Nintendo 3DS top screen that correspond to actions to be performed with the stylus. There are three different types of Triggers: Touch Triggers, Slide Triggers, and Hold Triggers, each corresponding to a different action. In addition to the action to be performed, the timing of the Trigger's action relative to its position in the Mark is also important; the Trigger must be lined up very closely with the lane's circle at the end in order to get the best score on a trigger. Five scores may be obtained on a trigger, depending on the accuracy of the action and its timing: A "CRITICAL!" requires precise timing, especially on Basic tracks; a "GREAT" is achieved if the player is only slightly off with timing; a "GOOD" is received if the player makes less subtle timing mistakes. A "BAD" is reserved for major mistakes, such as ending a Hold Trigger too early, sliding a Slide Trigger in the wrong direction, or triggering any Trigger too early or too late, and a "MISS" is only received if the player makes no attempt whatsoever to land the trigger. A "BAD" or a "MISS" on a Trigger will reduce the player's HP, and will reset any Chain the player has acquired. The window of opportunity for landing a trigger varies based on the current speed of the Score; the faster a score is going, the more lenient the timing to obtain a "CRITICAL!" will be. This makes triggers more lenient in Expert and Ultimate scores than in Basic scores, but it also leads to severe variations in necessary timing with Event Music Sequences (EMS), where the Mark's changing speed determines the leniency in timing for triggers. New to Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call are "Critical Hit Triggers" that appear wreathed in light. When the trigger is activated with a "CRITICAL!" judgment, the player gains an added benefit—more damage in BMS, greater speed in FMS, and a chance of treasure in EMS.
  • Trigger a Vulture Voiced by George Lindsey Trigger and Nutsy are brothers. Appearances * Disney's Robin Hood
  • A trigger is something that trips feelings or memories related to previously experienced trauma; this results in something that is generally considered unpleasant at best, and at worst causes a lapse in the person who experiences one. In fanfiction, given the wide variety of stories that are written and the themes, issues, and content that can be found in them, warning for triggers is important and can spare people unneeded emotional pain from reading something that would otherwise cause trauma to resurface. While some triggers can be vague and are usually general enough that they are possible to avoid through the context of properly labeled warnings, others can be specific items that are difficult to avoid and work off of items specific to the traumatic. As a whole, fandom tends to have a greater than average awareness in regards to ableism, sexism, and trauma, as many people tend to consider fandom to be, overall, a safe place where they tend to let down their guard in comparison to other environments. Warning for triggering content such as rape, sexual abuse, torture, or graphic violence is important and should be done as a courtesy for others.
  • A Game Trigger is a switch that is turned on once a certain point is passed or a specific objective has been completed.
  • A signal which represents the occurance of an event (such as a key being pressed) with a brief pulse, after which the signal returns to its base state. Another way of saying this is that the leading edge of the trigger pulse indicates that an event has occurred, but the trailing edge represents nothing; it is simply necessary to prepare for the next event. Compare with gate. When an envelope generator has both gate and trigger inputs, the usual behavior is: the leading edge of a pulse at the gate input will initiate the attack phase, and as long as the gate remains high, it will then precede through the decay and whatever other phases exist until it reaches the sustain phase, at which it wil remain as long as the gate remains high. The trailing edge of the gate will initiate the release phase. The leading edge of a pulse at the trigger input will also initiate the attack phase, after which the envelope generator will proceed through all of its phases without interruption, as long as another trigger pulse does not occur. If another trigger does occur, the envelope generator will immediately jump back to the beginning of its attack phase, no matter what phase it is at.
  • A Trigger (トリガ Torigā?) is a Neighbor's technology that is powered by Trion. It is mainly used for combat purposes, but it also have other functions.
  • Trigger (トリガー Torigā) is the home planet of the Alienizer and Zangyack Action Commander, Buramudo. Ep. 5: Judgement Pirates
  • Trigger is part of Matheus' pack and a former pet dog.
  • Trigger is a Mechanical battle pet, which can be made by players with a level 700 Engineering skill. The ability to make this pet is the reward for the Halls of Valor quest, Halls of Valor: Trigger Happy, which can be started at level 108, and involves defeating Odyn to obtain the [Runestone of Vitality].
  • Trigger is now filled with rage and hates Goku, his family, and his friends. He wears a black suit with no sleeves and wears a green t-shirt underneath. He can't go Super Saiyan even though he has Broly's DNA. He doesn't have a tail but he can turn into a Great Ape which is weird. He is very powerful and wears black nail polish. He will always stay loyal to Broly and can take control of lightning and can shoot toward an enemy. He hates all heroes and has tried to kill them. Some people can defeat him and some people can't.
  • appearance Latest appearance General information Nicknames Family members Alignment Status Physical information Species Gender Eye color Hair color Additional information Portrayed by Trigger is the Evan Ross dog in the Monster Blood book and their successors.
  • The trigger is a switch near the firearm's grip. Generally, it serves the function of disengaging the hammer or striker, which results in a cartridge being fired due to the firing pin being struck. This sets off the primer and ignites the propellant inside the cartridge, sending the bullet downrange.
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