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Sarge (also known as Army Sarge and Sergeant) is the gung-ho commander of an army of plastic toy soldiers from Bucket O Soldiers and loosely based on his voice actor's role as Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Full Metal Jacket.
In Toy Story, he and the Bucket O' Soldiers are set in particular positions. They are highly disciplined with a "Leave no man behind" policy and are masters of reconnaissance. Woody describes them as "professionals." The soldiers venture out of Andy's room and hide in an indoor plant to report Andy's birthday presents to the toys and one of his comrades was injured after Mrs. Davis accidentally steps on one of them. They announced the first few presents, but didn't get to tell Andy got a Buzz Lightyear action figure. Sarge and his soldiers thought Woody was a murderer when he knocked Buzz off the window, so they "frag" him and each one of them attack Woody, along with the other toys. In the moving van, the soldiers attack Woody when he pushed RC off the van, making Sarge and the toys think he's murdering him now. However, Sarge sees that it was an accident Woody knocked Buzz off the window and is proud to work under Woody once again, as shown at the end of the film when they hide in a Christmas tree to report to the toys what Andy and Molly are getting for Christmas.
In Toy Story 2, Sarge and his soldiers role is very minor. He first orders the soldiers to keep looking for Woody's hat in the toy box. When Buster was about to come to the room, Sarge and his army held back the door (with help from Rocky) to prevent Buster's entry, but Buster bursts open the door, causing the soldiers to go flying everywhere. When Woody alerts the toys about the yard sale occurring outside the house, he signals Sarge for an "emergency roll call" and Sarge orders the toys to line up in a single-file line. At the end, Sarge and his soldiers watch Wheezy sing "You've Got a Friend in Me".
In Toy Story 3, several years after Toy Story 2, only Sarge and two of his men are seen. Woody ordered Sarge and his men to retrieve the phone. That plan, however failed. Knowing that Andy is going to get out the trash bag, Sarge and his last two men (who have attached parachutes) leave Andy's room to find a better life. Buzz believes they are going AWOL, but Sarge claims that their mission is complete, and that when trash bags come out, the Army men are always the first to be thrown away (it is likely that the rest of the soldiers had either left prior to that day, or were sold in a yard sale). They appear again at the end of the film where they land on Sunnyside, and possibly recognizing Barbie, living a happy life under Ken and Barbie's leadership.
Tentomon is an Insectoid Digimon whose name and design are derived from the ladybug (瓢虫 Tentoumushi?). It is the original type of Insect Digimon who, although it has a hard shell, still has low aggression. It has one hard claw on each of its fore-legs, and four on each of its middle- and hind-legs, and in particular, the middle-legs are able to skillfully grasp objects just like a human hand. Although the other Insects at its evolution level only possess fighting spirit, it still retains its naturally friendly sentiments, and displays its carefree way of life by doing things like sniffing the scent of flowers and napping in the shade of a tree.
Tentomon can be spotted in Beetle Land. A Tentomon manages the Beetle Land tournament, which only occurs on the 22nd of each year. Wild Tentomon also scatter around Beetle Land. It is the only wild enemy Digimon to use the technique Bug, along with Piximon.
Digimon World 2
Tentomon digivolves to Kabuterimon. He first appears with Tapirmon in Video Domain. His speciality is Nature and special attack is Super Shocker.
Digimon Digital Card Battle
Tentomon, Kabuterimon and MegaKabuterimon are all Nature cards and can be obtained in-game. Tentomon also three of highest circle-attack 380, along with Agumon and Candlemon. His deadly attack wrong as Gabumon's Blaster.
Digimon World DSEdit
Tentomon digivolves to Kabuterimon or Kuwagamon.
Digimon World Dawn and DuskEdit
Tentomon digivolves from Minomon, and can digivolve to Kabuterimon or SandYanmamon. He can be found in Chip Forest.
Digimon World Championship
Tentomon digivolves from Motimon with 20 Insect/Plant AP and can digivolve into Kabuterimon with 6 Battles, Kuwagamon with 20 Insect/Plant AP, Woodmon with 4 Penalties or Togemon pass time.
Digimon Story: Lost EvolutionEdit
Tentomon digivolves from Minomon and can digivolve into Kabuterimon. It can be found in the Label Forest.
Tentomon digivolves from Motimon and can digivolve into Kabuterimon at LV 21. It is both an enemy Digimon and obtainable partner Digimon. Its stat build is 2-2-3-1 as a captured Digimon, and as an enemy, it possesses the stat build of 3-2-3-2.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Elder Ham (長老ハム Chōrōhamu?)
Voiced by: Takkō Ishimori (Japanese), Don Brown (English)
A narcoleptic elderly hamster, he is always falling asleep while talking. Despite this, he is a source of wisdom for the Ham-Hams.
Elder Ham (長老ハム, Chōrōhamu) A narcoleptic elderly hamster who is always falling asleep while talking. Despite this, he is a source of wisdom for the Ham-Hams.
Elder-ham is the oldest hamster. When the ham-hams are having a conversation with him, he usually falls asleep suddenly, which makes Boss angry. He has a second house that is under a rock and once made the ham-hams help him clean it up. When he was younger, he had a crush on Auntie Viv, and she felt the same way.
Pidgeot (Japanese: ピジョット Pigeot) is a dual-type Normal/Flying Pokémon.
It evolves from Pidgeotto starting at level 36. It is the final form of Pidgey.
Pidgeot bares striking resemblance to Pidgeotto; however, Pidgeot is noticeably larger than its pre-evolution. Its plumage tends to be larger and glossier. The feathers on its head-crest are nearly as long as its body, and are yellow and red. Its tail feathers are red colored. Like its previous evolutions, its underbelly is a tan color, and it has black markings around its eyes.
Pidgeot is a powerful flier, capable of creating whirlwinds strong enough to bend trees. At maximum velocity it can reach speeds of Mach 2 if it accelerates for long enough, which is incredibly rare. It has keen eyes that allow it to see Magikarp from a distance of 3300 feet in the air.
Pidgeot are normally calm and confident in their abilities. It has many powerful attacks, and its plumage is often described as beautiful, making it a popular choice for skilled trainers. Pidgeot may also spread its wings widely to intimidate enemies.
Pidgeot typically dwell in forests with thick growth and large trees. It can most likely be found in Kanto and Johto.
Pidgeot seems to primarily subsist on a diet of Bug-type and Water-type Pokémon which it fishes out of the water using its high speed and keen senses. However, like all Pokémon, it is also capable of surviving by eating apples and Berries.
Birthday Bear wants everyone to have happy birthdays and loves birthday parties and games. In the episode called "Birthday", he settles a birthday with Lotsa Heart Elephant for a boy named Matt who is initially jealous because his mother has told him, he would have a sister. In "The Forest Of Misfortune", Birthday Bear predicts that there will be a birthday party in the Forest of Feelings and towards the end, it is accepted. His main appearance is "Birthday Bear's Blues" when he goes out to help a rich boy named Charles who thinks his friends has forgotten his birthday.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
The Ant Hill Mob was a group of 1920s gangsters who competed in Wacky Races. Their names are Clyde (leader, voiced by Paul Winchell), Ring-A-Ding (Don Messick), Danny, Rug Bug Benny, Mac, Kirby and Willy. It never was revealed whether they had escaped from jail or what, but they seemed to be a little caring of one another. Although he is sometimes rude to the rest of the gang, Clyde actually cares for them. In one episode, when the rest of the gang was stuck in the Creepy Coupe, Clyde was menacing the Gruesomes: "All right, you creeps, where are my boys?"
The gang drove in car number 7, The Bulletproof Bomb (also known as The Roaring Plenty), and were pint-sized characters, a reference to the Seven Dwarfs. In the very first episode, "See-Saw to Arkansas", they even disguise themselves as the Seven Dwarfs to escape from a policeman. Their usual method of improving the speed of their car was "getaway" power, which they achieved by extending their feet through the floor of the car and running, the same way Fred Flintstone accelerates his own prehistoric car.
Clyde was probably named for criminal Clyde Barrow. This is further reinforced in a dialog where he threatens the boys with, "Youse want I should tell Bonnie on you?", an apparent reference to Barrow's henchwoman, Bonnie Parker. When Wacky Races was dubbed in French, Clyde's name was changed to "Al Carbone", a play on Al Capone.
Ring-A-Ding usually queries Clyde's orders or causes the plan to go wrong in some way. Clyde also sometimes wrongly calls him "Ding-A-Ling" instead of "Ring-A-Ding."
The Ant Hill Mob re-appears in a spin-off of Wacky Races, called The Perils of Penelope Pitstop. This time they were Penelope's knights in shining armor, but with a car instead of a horse. They all had different names, except Clyde, who wore a gray suit, and his wingmen all wore blue outfits. Also, their car changed with a whole new look, personality and name, Chugga-Boom.
Before Wacky Races, the name was used in the Atom Ant short "Wild, Wild Ants". Here, the Ant Hill Mob was a bunch of biker ants who steal the picnickers' food.