Friday, October 31, 2008

[Riverstream Rhapsody] Eugene Levy

Date of Birth
17 December 1946, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada


5' 10" (1.78 m)

Deborah Divine (1977 - present) 2 children

Trade Mark

His thick eyebrows.


He was part of the group Northern Lights, which sang the song "Tears Are Not Enough," which was on the "We are the World" benefit album.

Attended Westdale High School in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Part of the original, groundbreaking cast of "Second City TV" (1976)--otherwise known as SCTV. The Canadian TV Series was an comedic smash hit in the early 1980s and started the careers of Martin Short, Andrea Martin, Catherine O'Hara, and the late John Candy just to name a few. He played many roles but was probably best known as earnest but dimwitted Melonville news broadcaster Earl Camembert and schlock Las Vegas lounge comic Bobby Bittman.

Was listed as a potential nominee on the 2005 Razzie Award nominating ballot. He was listed as a suggestion in the Worst Supporting Actor category for his performance in the film New York Minute (2004/I). However, he failed to receive a nomination. The very next year, though, he got a Worst Supporting Actor Razzie Nomination for his roles in Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005) and The Man (2005).

Read for the part of Toby Ziegler on "The West Wing" (1999), but Richard Schiff eventually got the roll. According to producers, Levy came very close to getting the role, but they decided to cast Schiff for the part instead.

Has worked with actor Steve Martin on four different films--Father of the Bride (1991), Father of the Bride Part II (1995), Bringing Down the House (2003) and Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005).

Was supposed to host "Saturday Night Live" with John Candy back in 1985 (he, Candy and Billy Crystal did a promo for it on SNL the week before it was supposed to have been aired), but that episode never happened, due to a writer's strike shortly after the promo was aired.

He is the only actor to be in all six American Pie Movies.

Is portrayed by Patrick Fischler in Gilda Radner: It's Always Something (2002) (TV).

His son, Daniel Levy, is a host on MTV Canada.

Personal Quotes

I can't do comedy that is cutting and vicious. If I knew I'd said something that was going to make someone feel bad, well, that supersedes everything.



  1. Astro Boy (2009) (filming) [Actor .... Orrin] (voice)
  2. Punctured (2008) (filming) [Actor .... Rabbi Gould] (rumored)
  3. Taking Woodstock (2009) (post-production) [Actor .... Yasgur]
  4. Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) (post-production) [Actor .... Einstein]
  5. Gooby (2008) (completed) [Actor .... Mr. Nerdlinger]

  6. American Pie Presents Beta House (2007) (V) [Actor .... Noah Levenstein]
  7. Canada's Walk of Fame (2007) (TV) [Actor .... Himself - Host]
  8. "Film '72: (2007-02-05)" (2007) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  9. American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (2006) (V) [Actor .... Mr. Noah Levenstein]
    ... aka American Pie 5: The Naked Mile (USA: informal title)
    ... aka American Pie presents The Naked Mile (Australia: DVD box title)
  10. Meet the Cast of 'Over the Hedge' (2006) (V) [Actor .... Himself]
  11. "MTV News: (2006-09-11)" (2006) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  12. For Your Consideration (2006) [Actor .... Morley Orfkin] [Writer] (written by) [Soundtrack] (writer: "The Purim Song", "You Were Never There for Me") [Composer]
    Next US airings:
    Thur. Nov. 138:30 AMHBO
  13. "HBO First Look: Over the Hedge: Off the Strip & Onto the Screen (#13.6)" (2006) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  14. Over the Hedge (2006) [Actor .... Lou] (voice)
  15. Curious George (2006) [Actor .... Clovis] (voice)
  16. Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005) [Actor .... Jimmy Murtaugh]
  17. American Pie Presents Band Camp (2005) (V) [Actor .... Mr. Levenstein]
  18. "Getaway: (#14.37)" (2005) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  19. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien: (2005-09-09)" (2005) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  20. "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee: (2005-09-09)" (2005) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  21. The Man (2005) [Actor .... Andy Fiddler]
    ... aka Cool & Fool - Mein Partner mit der großen Schnauze (Germany: DVD title)
  22. "Fox NFL Sunday: Super Bowl XXXIX Pregame Show" (2005) TV Episode [Actor .... Dr. Vaughn - Professor of Physics]
  23. Super Bowl XXXIX (2005) (TV) [Actor .... Dr. Vaughn]
  24. Steve Martin: An American Cinematheque Tribute (2005) (TV) [Actor .... Himself]
  25. New York Minute (2004/I) [Actor .... Max Lomax]
  26. Making a 'Splash' (2004) (V) [Actor .... Himself - 'Dr. Walter Kornbluth'] [thanks]
  27. The 76th Annual Academy Awards (2004) (TV) [Actor .... Himself - Performer: 'A Kiss at the End of the Rainbow] (as Mitch & Mickey) [Soundtrack] (performer: "A Kiss at the End of the Rainbow")
  28. "Channel 4 News: (2004-02-09)" (2004/I) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  29. "Fox News: (2004-02-08)" (2004) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  30. Live from the Red Carpet: The 2004 Grammy Awards (2004) (TV) [Actor .... Himself]
  31. "The Terry and Gaby Show: (#2.9)" (2004) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  32. "Richard & Judy: (2004-01-21)" (2004) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  33. Comedy Central Presents: The Commies (2003) (TV) [Actor .... Himself]
  34. "Late Show with David Letterman: (2003-07-29)" (2003) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  35. American Wedding (2003) [Actor .... Jim's Dad]
    ... aka American Pie: The Wedding (Australia) (Europe: English title) (Singapore: English title) (South Africa: English title) (UK)
    ... aka American Pie - Jetzt wird geheiratet (Germany)
  36. Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (2003) [Actor .... Principal Collins]
  37. "CBS News Sunday Morning: (2003-04-13)" (2003) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  38. "The View: (2003-04-10)" (2003) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  39. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien: (2003-04-08)" (2003) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  40. A Mighty Wind (2003) [Actor .... Mitch Cohen] [Writer] (written by) [Soundtrack] (writer: "When You're Next to Me", "One More Time", "A Mighty Wind", "The Ballad Of Bobby And June") (performer: "A Kiss at the End of the Rainbow", "When You're Next to Me", "One More Time", "A Mighty Wind", "The Ballad Of Bobby And June", "Killington Hill")
  41. "Jimmy Kimmel Live!: (#1.33)" (2003) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  42. Bringing Down the House (2003) [Actor .... Howie Rottman]
  43. Reel Comedy: Bringing Down the House (2003) (TV) [Actor .... Himself]
  44. Inside TV Land: 40 Greatest Theme Songs (2002) (TV) [Actor .... Himself]
  45. "Off Centre: P.P. Doc II: The Examination Continues (#2.4)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Dr. Barry Wasserman]
  46. "Greg the Bunny: Dottie Heat (#1.11)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  47. "Greg the Bunny: Blah Bawls (#1.10)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  48. Like Mike (2002) [Actor .... Frank Bernard]
  49. "VH-1 Behind the Movie: American Pie (#1.4)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  50. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Tom Hanks (2002) (TV) [Actor .... Himself]
  51. "Greg the Bunny: Father and Son Reunion (#1.8)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  52. "Greg the Bunny: Surprise! (#1.7)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  53. "Greg the Bunny: Piddler on the Roof (#1.9)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  54. Gilda Radner's Greatest Moments (2002) (TV) [Actor .... Himself]
  55. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: (2002-04-25)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  56. "Greg the Bunny: Rabbit Redux (#1.6)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  57. "Off Centre: The Unkindest Cut (#1.20)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Dr. Barry Wasserman]
  58. "Greg the Bunny: The Singing Mailman (#1.5)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  59. "Greg the Bunny: Greg Gets Puppish (#1.4)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  60. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show: (2002-04-10)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  61. "Greg the Bunny: Jewel Heist (#1.3)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  62. "Greg the Bunny: SK-2.0 (#1.2)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  63. "Greg the Bunny: Welcome to Sweetknuckle Junction (#1.1)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  64. "Life and Times: The Making of Ivan Reitman (#6.13)" (2002) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  65. Good Times with Cast and Crew of 'American Pie 2' (2002) (V) [Actor .... Himself]
  66. Repli-Kate (2002) [Actor .... Jonas Fromer/Repli-Jonas]
    ... aka National Lampoon's Repli-Kate (USA: complete title)
  67. The Kid (2001) (TV) [Actor .... Father] (voice)
    ... aka Gahan Wilson's The Kid (USA: complete title)
  68. Serendipity (2001) [Actor .... Bloomingdale's Salesman]
    Next US airings:
    Fri. Nov. 73:30 PMBRAVO
    Sat. Nov. 81:00 AMBRAVO
  69. American Pie 2 (2001) [Actor .... Jim's Dad]
  70. "Primetime Glick: Eugene Levy/Conan O'Brien (#1.7)" (2001) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  71. Josie and the Pussycats (2001) [Actor .... Himself] (uncredited)
  72. "Committed" (2001) TV series [Actor .... Joe Larsen] (voice)
  73. Down to Earth (2001) [Actor .... Keyes]
    ... aka Einmal Himmel und zurück (Germany)
  74. The Sports Pages (2001) (TV) [Actor .... Mr. White (segment The Heidi Bowl)]
  75. The 2nd Annual Canadian Comedy Awards (2001) (TV) [Actor .... Himself (Pretty Funny Male Performance)]
  76. Club Land (2001) (TV) [Actor .... Philly Green] (uncredited)
  77. The Ladies Man (2000) [Actor .... Bucky Kent]
    ... aka The Ladies' Man (UK)
    Next US airings:
    Sun. Nov. 93:30 PMCOMEDY
    Mon. Nov. 108:00 AMCOMEDY
  78. "Showbiz Today: (2000-09-27)" (2000) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  79. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien: (2000-09-12)" (2000) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  80. Best in Show (2000) [Actor .... Gerry Fleck] [Writer] (written by) [Soundtrack] (writer: "God Loves A Terrier", "Terrier Style") (performer: "God Loves A Terrier", "Terrier Style")
  81. Inside TV Land: The Andy Griffith Show (2000) (TV) [Actor .... Himself]
  82. "Dilbert: The Return (#2.11)" (2000) TV Episode [Actor .... Comp-U-Comp's Guard] (voice)
  83. The Mark Twain Prize: Jonathan Winters (2000) (TV) [Actor .... Himself]
  84. Silver Man (2000) [Actor .... Leon]

  85. "The Martin Short Show: (#1.10)" (1999) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  86. "Nyhetsmorgon: Filmen 'American Pie'/Nyheter och väder" (1999) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  87. American Pie (1999) [Actor .... Jim's Dad]
  88. Dogmatic (1999) [Actor .... Larry]
  89. The Secret Life of Girls (1999) [Actor .... Hugh Sanford]
  90. D.O.A. (1999) (TV) [Actor] [Writer] (writer)
  91. Just for Laughs: Montreal Comedy Festival (1999) (TV) [Actor .... Bobby Bittman]
  92. "Hercules: Hercules and the Golden Touch (#1.31)" (1998) TV Episode [Actor .... King Midas] (voice)
  93. Ri¢hie Ri¢h's Christmas Wish (1998) (V) [Actor .... Professor Keanbean]
    ... aka Richie Rich'$ Christmas Wish (USA: promotional title)
    ... aka Richie Rich: A Christmas Story
  94. Holy Man (1998) [Actor .... Guy on Background T.V.] (uncredited)
  95. Almost Heroes (1998) [Actor .... Guy Fontenot]
  96. "Mad About You: Nat & Arley (#6.22)" (1998) TV Episode [Actor .... Doctor]
  97. "The Drew Carey Show: The Engagement (#3.17)" (1998) TV Episode [Actor .... Dr. Rider]
  98. Akbar's Adventure Tours (1998) [Actor .... Stanford Wharton]
    ... aka Akbar's Adventure Ride
  99. "E! True Hollywood Story: Gilda Radner" (1997) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  100. "Hiller and Diller" (1997) TV series [Actor .... Gordon Schermerhorn]
  101. "Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man: Bev Takes a Holiday (#4.12)" (1997) TV Episode [Actor .... Dr. Craig Ehrlich] (voice)
  102. Waiting for Guffman (1996) [Actor .... Dr. Allan Pearl] [Writer] (written by) [Soundtrack] (performer: "Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair", "Camptown Races", "Swanee River") ("My Bubba Made a Kishka")
  103. Multiplicity (1996) [Actor .... Vic]
    Next US airings:
    Sat. Nov. 86:00 AMMAX
  104. "Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man: They Craved Duckman's Brain! (#3.15)" (1996) TV Episode [Actor .... Dr. Craig Ehrlich] (voice)
  105. "Road to Avonlea: King of the Great White Way (#7.6)" (1996) TV Episode [Actor .... Rudy Blaine]
  106. Creature Crunch (1996) (VG) [Actor] (voice)
  107. Father of the Bride Part II (1995) [Actor .... Mr. Habib]
  108. Harrison Bergeron (1995) (TV) [Actor .... President McCloskey]
    ... aka Kurt Vonnegut's Harrison Bergeron
  109. The Show Formerly Known as the Martin Short Show (1995) (TV) [Director]
  110. "The Martin Short Show" (1994) TV series [Director]
  111. Sodbusters (1994) (TV) [Writer] (writer) [Director] [executive producer]
  112. I Love Trouble (1994) [Actor .... Ray, Justice of the Peace]
  113. "Maniac Mansion: Freddie Had a Little Lamb (#3.17)" (1993) TV Episode [Actor .... Doc Ellis]
  114. For Goodness Sake (1993) [Actor .... Good Samaritan]
  115. Friends of Gilda (1993) (TV) [Actor .... Himself]
  116. Partners 'n Love (1992) (TV) [Actor .... David Grodin] [Director]
  117. Stay Tuned (1992) [Actor .... Crowley]
  118. Once Upon a Crime... (1992) [Actor .... Casino Cashier] (uncredited) [Director]
    ... aka 7 Gauner und ein Dackel (Germany)
    ... aka Es war einmal ein Mord (Germany)
  119. Father of the Bride (1991) [Actor .... Singer at Audition]
    Next US airings:
    Sun. Nov. 212:30 PMSHOW
    Sat. Nov. 88:00 AMSHOW
  120. "Maniac Mansion: The Cliffhanger (#1.22)" (1991) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  121. "Maniac Mansion" (1990) TV series [Writer] (creator) (writer) [Director] (3 episodes)

  122. Saturday Night Live: 15th Anniversary (1989) (TV) [Actor .... Himself - Audience Member] (uncredited)
  123. "Camp Candy" (1989) TV series [Actor] (voice)
  124. Speed Zone! (1989) [Actor .... Leo Ross]
    ... aka Cannonball Fever
  125. I, Martin Short, Goes Hollywood (1989) (TV) [Actor .... Studio Head] (voice) [Director]
  126. The Best of SCTV (1988) (TV) [Writer] (writer)
  127. "The Ray Bradbury Theater: Skeleton (#2.2)" (1988) TV Episode [Actor .... Bert Harris]
  128. Biographies: The Enigma of Bobby Bittman (1988) (TV) [Actor .... Bobby Bittman] [Writer] (writer)
  129. The Second City Toronto 15th Anniversary (1988) (TV) [Actor .... Himself/Bertrand] [Director] [producer]
  130. Bride of Boogedy (1987) (TV) [Actor .... Tom Lynch]
  131. Billy Crystal: Don't Get Me Started - The Lost Minutes (1987) (TV) [Actor .... Morty Arnold]
    ... aka The Lost Minutes of Billy Crystal (USA)
  132. Eugene Levy Discovers Home Safety (1987) [Actor]
  133. Armed and Dangerous (1986) [Actor .... Norman Kane]
  134. "Late Night with David Letterman: (1986-08-13)" (1986) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  135. Club Paradise (1986) [Actor .... Barry Steinberg]
  136. Comic Relief (1986/I) (TV) [Actor .... Josh Shmenge]
  137. Billy Crystal: Don't Get Me Started - The Billy Crystal Special (1986) (TV) [Actor .... Morty Arnold]
    ... aka On Location: Billy Crystal - Don't Get Me Started (USA: series title)
  138. Tears Are Not Enough (1985) [Actor .... Himself]
  139. "George Burns Comedy Week: Home for Christmas (#1.2)" (1985) TV Episode [Actor .... Robert]
  140. "George Burns Comedy Week: Home for Dinner" (1985) TV Episode [Actor]
  141. The Last Polka (1985) (TV) [Actor .... Stan Shmenge/Ma Shmenge] [Writer] (writer) [executive producer]
  142. "Saturday Night Live: Billy Crystal/The SNL Film Festival (#10.15)" (1985) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself] (uncredited)
  143. The Canadian Conspiracy (1985) (TV) [Actor .... Various]
  144. Martin Short: Concert for the North Americas (1985) (TV) [Actor .... Stupid Eddie/Buddy] (voice)
  145. "SCTV Channel: Pledge Week/The Steve Bashekis Story (#1.18)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  146. "SCTV Channel: You're On/Happy Hour (#1.17)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  147. "SCTV Channel: Celebrity Fairie Tayles/Canadian Gaffes and Practical Amusements (#1.16)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  148. "SCTV Channel: Jackie Rogers Jr for President/Happy Hour (#1.15)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  149. "SCTV Channel: Half Wits/Save the World Parade (#1.14)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  150. "SCTV Channel: 2009, Jupiter and Beyond (#1.13)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  151. "SCTV Channel: Oliver Grimley (#1.12)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  152. "SCTV Channel: Allenscam (#1.11)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  153. "SCTV Channel: Youth, Do They Give a Damn or What?/Happy Hour (#1.10)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  154. "SCTV Channel: Just for Fun/Black Like Vic (#1.9)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  155. Splash (1984) [Actor .... Walter Kornbluth]
  156. "SCTV Channel: Diary of a Female Person/Happy Hour (#1.8)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  157. "SCTV Channel: Stalag SCTV (#1.7)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  158. "SCTV Channel: Stars in One: Bob Hope/Happy Hour (#1.6)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  159. "SCTV Channel: You're On/Das Boobs (#1.5)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  160. "SCTV Channel: Date Debate, The/Scary Previews (#1.4)" (1984) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  161. "SCTV Channel: It's a Wonderful Film (#1.3)" (1983) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  162. "SCTV Channel: Gimme Jackie/Australia (#1.2)" (1983) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  163. "SCTV Channel: Maudlin O' the Night (#1.1)" (1983) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  164. Going Berserk (1983) [Actor .... Sal DiPasquale]
  165. Vacation (1983) [Actor .... Car Salesman]
    ... aka National Lampoon's Vacation (UK) (USA: complete title)
    ... aka American Vacation (Europe: English title: video title)
  166. "SCTV Network 90: Midnight Cowboy II (#2.14)" (1983) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  167. "SCTV Network 90: South Sea Sinner (#2.13)" (1983) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  168. "SCTV Network 90: Sweeps Week (#2.12)" (1983) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  169. "SCTV Network 90: Bobby Bittman's Retirement (#2.11)" (1983) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  170. "SCTV Network 90: SCTV Classifieds/Vic Arpeggio (#2.10)" (1983) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  171. "SCTV Network 90: A Star Is Born (#2.9)" (1983) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  172. The Magic of David Copperfield V: The Statue of Liberty Disappears (1983) (TV) [Actor .... Himself]
  173. "SCTV Network 90: Christmas 1982 (#2.8)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  174. "SCTV Network 90: Towering Inferno (#2.7)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  175. "SCTV Network 90: Jane Eyrehead (#2.6)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  176. "SCTV Network 90: Melonvote (#2.5)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  177. "SCTV Network 90: Indecent Exposure (#2.4)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  178. "SCTV Network 90: Sammy Maudlin Show 23rd Anniversary/CBC (#2.3)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  179. "SCTV Network 90: Days of the Week, The/Street Beef (#2.2)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  180. "SCTV Network 90: Rome, Italian Style (#2.1)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  181. "Second City TV: Rome, Italian Style with Jimmy Buffett (#4.8)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Enio Petrie]
  182. "SCTV Network 90: Battle of the PBS Stars (#1.25)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  183. "SCTV Network 90: Chariots of Eggs (#1.24)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor] [Writer] (writer)
  184. "SCTV Network 90: Pet Peeves/The Happy Wanderers (#1.23)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  185. "SCTV Network 90: 3D Stake from the Heart (#1.22)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  186. "SCTV Network 90: People's Global Golden Choice Awards (#1.21)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  187. "SCTV Network 90: Pre-Teen World Telethon (#1.20)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  188. "SCTV Network 90: The Great White North Palace (#1.19)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  189. "SCTV Network 90: Midnight Video Special (#1.18)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  190. "SCTV Network 90: Teacher's Pet (#1.17)" (1982) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  191. "SCTV Network 90: SCTV Staff Christmas Party (#1.16)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  192. "SCTV Network 90: The Godfather (#1.15)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor] [Writer] (writer)
  193. "SCTV Network 90: Doorway to Hell (#1.14)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  194. "SCTV Network 90: Walter Cronkite's Brain (#1.13)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor] [Writer] (writer)
  195. "SCTV Network 90: Zontar (#1.12)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor] [Writer] (writer)
  196. "SCTV Network 90: I'm Taking My Own Head... (#1.11)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  197. "SCTV Network 90: CCCP 1 (#1.10)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  198. "SCTV Network 90: The Great White North (#1.9)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] (also archive footage) [Writer] (writer)
  199. Heavy Metal (1981) [Actor .... Sternn (segment "Captain Sternn")/Male Reporter (segment "So Beautiful and So Dangerous")/Edsel (segment "So Beautiful and So Dangerous")] (voice)
  200. "SCTV Network 90: Bouncin' Back to You with the Tubes (#1.8)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  201. "SCTV Network 90: Pledge Week (#1.7)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  202. "SCTV Network 90: Moral Majority (#1.6)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... (Various)] [Writer] (writer)
  203. "SCTV Network 90: Lunchtime Street Beef (#1.5)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] (also archive footage) [Writer] (writer)
  204. "SCTV Network 90: Compilation (#1.4)" (1981) TV Episode [Writer] (writer)
  205. "SCTV Network 90: Southside Fracas (#1.3)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] (also archive footage) [Writer] (writer)
  206. "SCTV Network 90: Polynesiantown (#1.2)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  207. "SCTV Network 90: One on the Town (#1.1)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] (also archive footage) [Writer] (writer)
  208. "Second City TV: The Best of Season 3 (#3.26)" (1981) TV Episode [Writer] (writer)
  209. "Second City TV: The Cisco Kid (#3.25)" (1981) TV Episode [Writer] (writer) [Actor .... Himself] (credit only)
  210. "Second City TV: Dick Cavett (#3.24)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Bobby Bittman] [Writer] (writer)
  211. "SCTV Network 90: MacArthur Park (#3.10)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor] [Writer] (writer)
  212. "Second City TV: Mel's Rock Pile: Richard Harris (#3.23)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Rockin' Mel Slirrup] [Writer] (writer)
  213. "Second City TV: Gene Shalit's America (#3.22)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  214. "Second City TV: The Mating Game (#3.21)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  215. "Second City TV: Cookery Crock/Cartoon Coroner (#3.20)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Ralph's friend] [Writer] (writer)
  216. "Second City TV: Midnight Express Special (#3.19)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Bud Abbott] [Writer] (writer)
  217. "Second City TV: Alpha Channel (#3.18)" (1981) TV Episode [Writer] (writer) [Actor .... Himself] (credit only)
  218. "Second City TV: Two Way TV/Pit Bulls (#3.17)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Earl Camembert] [Writer] (writer)
  219. "Second City TV: 1984: Big Brother (#3.16)" (1981) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  220. "Second City TV: The Irwin Allen Show (#3.15)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Raoul Wilson] [Writer] (writer)
  221. "Second City TV: Hollywood Salutes Its Extras (#3.14)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  222. "Second City TV: Star Wars (#3.13)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  223. "Second City TV: Hugh Betcha's Night Gallery (#3.12)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Earl Camembert] [Writer] (writer)
  224. "Second City TV: The Sammy Maudlin Show: Bob Hope in China (#3.11)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Bobby Bittman] [Writer] (writer)
  225. "Second City TV: Mel's Rock Pile (#3.10)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Mel Slirrup] [Writer] (writer)
  226. "Second City TV: Man's Ability to Imitate (#3.9)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Earl Camembert] [Writer] (writer)
  227. "Second City TV: Gaslight (#3.8)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Raoul Wilson] [Writer] (writer)
  228. "Second City TV: Play It Again, Bob (#3.7)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Earl Camembert] [Writer] (writer)
  229. "Second City TV: The Lone Ranger Show (#3.6)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Earl Camembert] [Writer] (writer)
  230. "Second City TV: Death Motel (#3.5)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Woody Tobias Jr.] [Writer] (writer)
  231. "Second City TV: My Factory, My Self (#3.4)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Brian Johns] [Writer] (writer)
  232. "Second City TV: Death of a Salesman (#3.3)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  233. "Second City TV: Thursday Night Live (#3.2)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  234. "Second City TV: Lee A. Iacocca's Rock Concert (#3.1)" (1980) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  235. Nothing Personal (1980) [Actor .... Marty]
  236. Double Negative (1980) [Actor .... Matt]
    ... aka Deadly Companion

  237. Running (1979) [Actor .... Ritchie Rosenberg]
    ... aka Vainqueur, Le (Canada: French title)
  238. "Second City TV: The Best of Season 2: Part 2 (#2.26)" (1979) TV Episode [Writer] (writer)
  239. "Second City TV: The Best of Season 2: Part 1 (#2.25)" (1979) TV Episode [Writer] (writer)
  240. "Second City TV: The Flaming Turkey (#2.24)" (1979) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  241. "Second City TV: Relaxing with Raoul/Dining with LaRue (#2.23)" (1979) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  242. "Second City TV: Consumer Action Line (#2.22)" (1979) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  243. "Second City TV: Pipeline (#2.21)" (1979) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  244. "Second City TV: SCTV Disco (#2.20)" (1979) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  245. "Second City TV: On the Waterfront Again (#2.19)" (1979) TV Episode [Actor .... Bobby Bittman] [Writer] (writer)
  246. "Second City TV: Fantasy Island (#2.18)" (1979) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  247. "Second City TV: Rock Concert (#2.17)" (1979) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  248. "King of Kensington: Home Is Where the Heartburn Is (#5.4)" (1979) TV Episode [Actor .... Bernie]
  249. "Second City TV: Death Takes No Holiday (#2.16)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  250. "Second City TV: Fighting Air Dogs (#2.15)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  251. "Second City TV: Alfred Hitchcock Presents (#2.14)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  252. "Second City TV: Bad Acting in Hollywood (#2.13)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  253. "Second City TV: Whispers of the Wolf/The Occult (#2.12)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  254. "Second City TV: SCTV 30th Anniversary Show (#2.11)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  255. "Second City TV: Edith Prickley, Station Manager (#2.10)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  256. "Second City TV: Undersea World (#2.9)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  257. "Second City TV: Mirthmakers/Happy Endings (#2.8)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  258. "Second City TV: Farm Film Report/Arabs (#2.7)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  259. "Second City TV: Municipal Election (#2.6)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  260. "Second City TV: Writer's Strike (#2.5)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  261. "Second City TV: SCTV Solid Gold Telethon (#2.4)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  262. "Second City TV: Kidnapping of Moe Green (#2.3)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  263. "Second City TV: Bob Hope Desert Classic (#2.2)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  264. "Second City TV: Season 2 Premiere (#2.1)" (1978) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  265. "Second City TV: Lust for Paint (#1.26)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  266. "Second City TV: The Man Who Would Be King of the Popes (#1.25)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  267. "Second City TV: Officer Friendly (#1.24)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  268. "Second City TV: The Grapes of Mud (#1.23)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  269. "Second City TV: World at War (#1.22)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  270. "Second City TV: The Sammy Maudlin Show (#1.21)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  271. "Second City TV: Dr. Tongue's House of Wax/SCTV Boogie (#1.20)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  272. "Second City TV: The $129,000 Question (#1.19)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  273. "Second City TV: Madame Blitzman (#1.18)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  274. "Second City TV: Galaxy 66 (#1.17)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  275. "Second City TV: Goodbye America (#1.16)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  276. "Second City TV: Leave It to Beaver (#1.15)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  277. "Second City TV: The Hefty Neil Story (#1.14)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  278. "Second City TV: Ben Hur (#1.13)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  279. "Second City TV: The Taxidermist (#1.12)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  280. "Second City TV: Broads Behind Bars (#1.11)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  281. "Second City TV: Therese et Joe (#1.10)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  282. "Second City TV: Philosophy Street (#1.9)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  283. "Second City TV: Shock Theatre (#1.8)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  284. "Second City TV: Dialing for Dollars (#1.7)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  285. "Second City TV: Memoirs of Anton Chekhov (#1.6)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  286. "Second City TV: Match Unto My Feet (#1.5)" (1977) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  287. "Second City TV: Crosswords (#1.4)" (1976) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  288. "Second City TV: Ethnic Humour (#1.3)" (1976) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  289. "Second City TV: Murder at SCTV (#1.2)" (1976) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  290. "Stay Tuned" (1976) TV series [Actor .... Regular]
  291. "Second City TV: Backstage (#1.1)" (1976) TV Episode [Actor .... Various] [Writer] (writer)
  292. "The Sunshine Hour" (1976) TV series [Actor .... Regular]
  293. "King of Kensington: Half-Way Home (#1.7)" (1975) TV Episode [Actor .... Freddie Cohen]
  294. Cannibal Girls (1973) [Actor .... Clifford Sturges]
    ... aka Des filles cannibales (Canada: French title)
  295. Foxy Lady (1971) [Actor] [production assistant]

  296. The Columbus of Sex (1969) [Cinematographer]

  297. "Distinguished Artists: Eugene Levy (#3.1)" (????) TV Episode [Actor .... Himself]
  298. "Greg the Bunny: Jimmy Drives Gil Crazy (#1.13)" (????) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]
  299. "Greg the Bunny: Sock Like Me (#1.12)" (????) TV Episode [Actor .... Gil Bender]


Posted By Andry Chang to Riverstream Rhapsody at 10/31/2008 10:47:00 PM

Ooh, those pretty SUVs!

My personal collection of SUV photos. Well, if u can't afford to buy em and maintain 'em, just collect them photos and specs!
More in:

[Rosta Masta!] Land Rovers!

Land Rover LRX Concept

Vintage Land Rover

The all-famous Land Rover LR3
From age to age, from the dawn of 'jeeps' to the sophisticated SUVs
Source: Google Image Search


Posted By vadis to Rosta Masta! at 11/01/2008 11:03:00 AM

[Rosta Masta!] Ohh, those pretty SUVs!

Suzuki SX-4, the Crossover (or Semi-SUV, Semi-Hatchback)

Suzuki Grand Vitara 2007

Toyota Fortuner

Chevrolet New Trailblazer

...and there are more!


Posted By vadis to Rosta Masta! at 11/01/2008 10:57:00 AM

[Rosta Masta!] Chevrolet Captiva 2008

The Korean-built Captiva is the General's first proper entry into the softroader market, offering a choice of two powertrains, namely the 2.4-litre four-cylinder with manual or automatic, and the 3.2-litre V6 with automatic. Features include wheels from 16-inch up to 18-inch, turn signals integrated into its exterior mirrors and holes in the front fenders. Protective moldings and front-rear skid plates define its look. Generous interior dimensions offer decent cargo space and seating for as many as seven. Class-leading safety features include an optional rollover protection system, dual front airbags, optional traction control and standard ABS brakes. There is also hill descent control system to go down steep hills, which is an odd addition since the Captiva can be had in front-wheel-drive trim too, in addition to the all-wheel-drive model. Additional features, standard or optional, include an MP3-capable CD stereo with steering wheel controls and MP3 player inputs, parking sensors, sunroof and a trip computer.

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Compact SUV

Road Tests & Reviews:

Country of Origin:
South Korea

Model Years in Production:
2007, 2008

Ford Escape
Hyundai Santa Fe
Toyota RAV-4

Price When New
Dhs 88000 - 112000 (US$ 24000 - 30500)
Body Styles
5-door wagon
Weight (kg)
1655 - 1805
Power (hp)
Torque (Nm)
Fuel Econ (l/100km)
0-100 kph (sec)
Top Speed (kph)
2.4 I4 FWD/4WD
3.2 V6 4WD
Value, roomy, V6 power, luggage space
Base engine power, front-wheel-drive model



Posted By vadis to Rosta Masta! at 11/01/2008 10:43:00 AM

[Rosta Masta!] Ford Escape XLS 2008


2008 Ford Escape XLS Sport Utility Performance & Efficiency Standard Features
2,261 cc 2.3 liters in-line 4 front engine with 87.5 mm bore, 94.0 mm stroke, 9.7 compression ratio, double overhead cam and four valves per cylinder Duratec 23
Unleaded fuel 87
Multi-point injection fuel system
16.5 gallon main unleaded fuel tank 13.7
Power: 114 kW , 153 HP SAE @ 5,800 rpm; 152 ft lb , 206 Nm @ 4,250 rpm
2008 Ford Escape XLS Sport Utility Handling, Ride & Braking Standard Features
Four-wheel ABS
2.930:1 axle ratio
Two disc brakes including two ventilated discs
Electronic brake distribution
Electronic traction control via ABS & engine management
Spacesaver steel rim under body spare wheel
Stability control
Strut front suspension independent with stabilizer bar and coil springs, multi-link rear suspension independent with coil springs
2008 Ford Escape XLS Sport Utility Exterior & Aerodynamics Standard Features
Body color front and rear bumpers
Driver and passenger power black door mirrors
External dimensions: overall length (inches): 174.7, overall width (inches): 71.1, overall height (inches): 70.0, ground clearance (inches): 8.5, wheelbase (inches): 103.1, front track (inches): 61.3, rear track (inches): 60.9 and curb to curb turning circle (feet): 35.4
Complex surface lens halogen bulb headlights
Luxury trim alloy look on gearknob
Pearl paint
Hinge rear window with defogger and intermittent
Rear platform step
Tinted glass on cabin, rear and side
Underbody protection for fuel tank
Weights: curb weight (lbs) 3,261 and gross trailer weight braked (lbs) 1,500
Windshield wipers with variable intermittent wipe
2008 Ford Escape XLS Sport Utility Interior Standard Features
12v power outlet: front, rear and 1
Air conditioning
Fixed mast antenna
Peripheral anti-theft protection
RDS audio system with AM/FM and CD player CD player reads MP3
Cargo area dimensions: length (inches): 66.6, front width (inches): 52.6, width between arches (inches): 40.8, height (inches): 37.3 and loading floor height (inches): 29.4
Cargo area light
Cargo capacity: rear seat down (cu ft): 66.3 and all seats in place (cu ft): 29.2
Full dashboard console with open storage box, full floor console with covered storage box
Delayed/fade courtesy lights
Front seats and rear seats cup holders fixed
Door ajar warning
Door pockets/bins for driver seat, passenger seat and rear seats
Driver front airbag with multi-stage deployment, passenger front airbag with occupant sensors and multi-stage deployment
Bucket driver and passenger seat
Height adjustable 3-point reel front seat belts on driver seat and passenger seat with pre-tensioners
Front seat center armrest
Two height adjustable head restraints on front seats, three height adjustable head restraints on rear seats
Headlight control with time delay switch-off
Illuminated entry system
Internal dimensions: front headroom (inches): 40.4, rear headroom (inches): 39.2, front hip room (inches): 53.3, rear hip room (inches): 49.1, front leg room (inches): 41.6, rear leg room (inches): 35.6, front shoulder room (inches): 56.3, rear shoulder room (inches): 55.9 and interior volume (cu ft): 99.4
Low tire pressure indicator
Remote power locks includes trunk/hatch and speed sensing
Power steering
Front power windows with one one-touch, rear power windows
Front reading lights
3-point reel rear seat belts on driver side, passenger side and center side
Three asymmetrical split bench front facing rear seats with zero adjustments
Rear view mirror
Front and rear side curtain airbag
Cloth seat upholstery with additional cloth
Seating: five seats
Front side airbag
Four speaker(s)
Plastic steering wheel with tilt adjustment
Driver and passenger vanity mirror
Ventilation system


Posted By vadis to Rosta Masta! at 11/01/2008 10:35:00 AM

[FireHeart di Fantasy Worlds Indonesia] FireHeart kini dapat dibelisecara on...

Novel FireHeart - Legenda Paladin: Sang Pemburu
kini bisa dibeli secara online melalui:

Toko Buku Online Andi Publisher
Kunjungi dengan mengklik link ini

Dapatkan harga spesial dan layanan langsung yang nyaman dan menyenangkan!
Kunjungilah dan dapatkanlah hari ini juga!

Majulah, wahai Paladin! Penuhi Takdirmu!


Posted By Andry Chang to FireHeart di Fantasy Worlds Indonesia on 10/31/2008 08:21:00 AM

[vadisworld - my way, my world] Honey, I Souffled my Cell Phone!

I drew a cartoon, trying out the "Souffle" marker on this phone casing, with a manga-ized face of one of the cartoon characters made by me with moons, stars and suns as background.
A rough work, I admit, but well, it's worth a practice... - BJ Vadis


Posted By Andry Chang to vadisworld - my way, my world at 10/31/2008 07:49:00 AM

[FireHeart - Exploring Worlds of Fantasy] The Armor ofRighteousnes...

After dropping Cristophe’s team off in the Griffin Cliff, the Aurora picks Alexis’ team up in the halfling village Ekinmor in Edel. Alexis’ group is not in tip-top condition though Andreas and Chiel’s healing spell halved the ship healers’ work. All the champions do is resting and then replenishing their stock of healing and spirit potions for later use.
Dejan Pavlovic the halfling animorpher joins the group for his new task: To watch over the Greaves of Diligence and make sure anyone ‘borrowing’ it will return it eventually. There are two other reasons of Dejan’s coming, which are to test his abilities in new adventures, and to travel and see the wide world because staying in the village as an outcast will be boring and lonely for him.
Wearing the powerful new greaves, Alexis feels faster, better and stronger than before. The weight of his full plate armor doesn’t bother him anymore, and he is confident on the next quest to claim the Armor of Righteousness.
Due to injuries, Hernan and Carolyn are resting in the airship infirmary. Of course Carolyn feels extremely uncomfortable being in the same room alone with this flirt. Fortunately, Hernan is still too weak to even move a muscle as he is recovering from severe wounds. Father Andreas and Carolyn’s pet, Chiel the micha continually apply healing magic treatments as well as medicines during the flight, to ensure there’s no infection and permanent damage on the champions.
The flight from Edel to the mountainous kingdom of Castoria in the southern part of Regia Confederation takes all night, and no discussion between Captain Quazar and Alexis about the stars since the Red Prince sleeps during the flight.
A knock on the cabin door wakes him up.
‘Prince Alexis, we are about to land in the mountain village, our next stop,’ the stewardess’ voice comes. ‘The champions will gather on the deck in fifteen minutes.’
‘Thank you,’ Alexis responds, and since he slept with his armor on, he only washes his face, prepares his weapons and supplies, and walks to the deck.
He joins the other three champions as the guide angel comes aboard and announces, ‘We land here in Kparev Village, and I will guide the ship back to Halethia and pick up Team Cristophe, then return here, pick you up and fly back to Yvais. The ship will refuel petra oleum in Klosser, so we might come back late. Well, finishing your quest is the most important thing, so once again I say, good luck!’
One hour later, the champions find themselves walking out of Kparev Village to Mount Urzaghi with Dejan and a guide. Due to tension, they don’t talk at all during the mountain climb. They only have one clue, that the Armor of Righteousness is hidden in the Lava Caves of Ougl Urzaghi – a labyrinth cavern with numerous monsters and guardians inside – not to mention lava pits and extremely tricky paths.
To their wonder, the entrance of the cave is like the open jaws of a dragon – man-made to represent warning and threat rather than secrecy. So few heeded that warning, and none of those who came in ever came out. Fume and smoke come out from that entrance like dragon breath, telling everyone to keep out or suffer the consequences.
This overall situation makes the champions prepare themselves with Omnigalatr mass-protection field and walk in formation into the cave to anticipate surprise attacks. The quick and nimble Dejan walks as scout in front. The forceful Alexis handles frontal attack and the versatile Hernan handles the back and flanks. Carolyn handles long-range and magic attacks and Andreas handles magic support.
The heat from the ever-burning lava and brimstones makes Alexis and his team sweat all over. It’s hotter than a desert, bringing temptations to quench their thirst from their water bottles every minute and every step of the way.
Andreas, the least athletic of the five sweats the most and quickly gets tired. He is about to reach his water bottle when he sees a shadow moving like wildfire. The dwarf priest warns the others, ‘Careful! I think I saw a monster went past.’
‘Yeah, I saw that too,’ says Carolyn, wiping cold sweat on her forehead with the sleeve of her witch robe. ‘Better get ready...’
‘WATCH OUT! Behind you!’ Hernan shouts.
Carol instantly swings her trident backwards and blocks the fire blast coming to her. The fire gets deflected, and it lands not far from her. The fire stops moving, revealing its true form: a salamander*), and it’s not alone. Five more come and attack them with Salamander Fire Pounce and Mushroom Fireballs.

(* Fire Salamander is a fire elemental version of the original, common salamander, one of the biggest lizard species in the world. It looks like a comodo dragon and is as big as a crocodile.

With his condition reaching sixty percent fit, Hernan Parvaez is indeed the nemesis of any fire monster with series of his water-based moves: making a salamander shish-kebab with a single thrust of Seafarers’ Overture, blocking and neutralizing a Fire Pounce with Whirlpool Polonaise sword rotation defense and counters with the cascade-pattern slash combo called Dances in the Cascades, making neat diagonal slices like salamander sushi. Never before Hernan looks so spirited, like this is his finest hour.
Carolyn, on the other hand is the most disadvantaged one. She only uses a lightning-based spell on a salamander, but it didn’t inflict much damage to it. One salamander even bites her trident Esthagar before Alexis comes and cuts the lizard into three with his twin black-and-white swords.
The priest Andreas perfectly defends himself from the salamanders, and when he swings his magic poleaxe to retaliate, the big lizard wades and runs away, leaving a portion of its tail like common lizards do. The tail wiggles on, arousing curiosity from anyone near it. However, Andreas does another thing instead. ‘Eleviant!’
He levitates the wiggling tail and throws it far away from the champions. And the tail explodes!
No sweat. I taught about these things in Valanis, he thinks with his usual smile.
The last salamander pounces on Dejan. The halfling evades it with a somersault. The monster goes past under him and goes on to flee, but it stops dead midway, blood sprouting from its head all the way along its upper body. Dejan just walks away, licking his bloody sharp nails already blackened with much blood.
‘That’s Dejan when he goes all beastly,’ says Andreas, shrugging, walking along with the others back in formation.
Further in and deeper underground, the path becomes more hazardous. Narrow paths with chasms or walls on the sides, pits and holes to jump across and various monsters inhabiting this cavern present an ultimate test of physical and mental strength for the champions and an exciting challenge for Dejan.
Andreas almost falls into a chasm as he cannot jump far enough, but he’s saved by Carolyn’s Levitation spell. This works every time, but not in the vast lava pit they’re facing now.
‘Don’t expect this as an illusion like in Enia’s Sanctum,’ says Hernan. ‘If you want to jump in, be my guest. But I’d rather give up and take a detour.’


Posted By Andry Chang to FireHeart - Exploring Worlds of Fantasy at 10/31/2008 09:30:00 PM

[FireHeart - Exploring Worlds of Fantasy] FireHeart - Weapons List(Update Oc...

Excalibur or Evangelis or Sword of Justice

Kraal'shazar or Deathblade

Up: Maraj'vriad double daggers. Down: Ultimatum double daggers (one with cursed bloodstain on its tip)

Im'Colath (White Thunder), Im'htaloc (Black Lightning)

Joined (not complete) into Colathaloc Glaive

Up: Viper Cane, Down: Chrono Chakram (a revision from Carrion Chakram)

FireHeart Saga Project

Magical / Godly / Special Weapons List

Update: October 25, 2008

Adair’s Arsenal:

  1. Kraal’shazar: Greatsword with a devil carved on its hilt
  2. Ultimatum: Twin daggers, one of them with a cursed bloodstain
  3. Crow Scythe: Death’s scythe, used to rip souls from the dead
  4. Chrono Chakram: Imbued supernatural powers to control time
  5. Terra Nakroß: Great hammer that can cause earthquakes
  6. Colathaloc: Twin swords combined into glaive/sword (wind)
  7. Carrion Lance: A lance that can function as a drill (dark)
  8. Viper Cane: A magical stick that triggers dark magic and poison (Omegron)
  9. Glaive of Chaos: With powers to disrupt balanced power/aura
  10. Grimlock: Broadsaber with eternal fire property, tends to control its user
  11. Armor of Thorns: Extra power by draining stamina.
  12. (Unknown)

Vadis’ Arsenal:

  1. Sword of Justice: Excalibur, said to hold Vadis’ divine holy powers
  2. Armor of Righteousness: Eternium armor with in-built protection aura
  3. Helmet of Truth: Helmet that can enhance vision and immune to mind magic
  4. Boots of Diligence: Wearer of heavy armor can still move fast and agile
  5. Shield of Faith: Extra protection against elemental magic
  6. Pendant of Preservation: Able to heal self and others without training
  7. Bracelet of Courage: Gives more courage, wisdom and morale
  8. Ring of Compassion: Able to cast mass protection without training

Godly/Divine or A-Class Weapons:

  1. Il Khatl J’nadh: Great axe imbued with earth energy from Barudan
  2. Ougl’ludlum: Mid-size hammer, known as the “Cave Digger”
  3. Tome of Time and Tide: Source of time & space magic + complex spells
  4. Yggdrasil’s Bow: Bow that enhances precision of user + nature power
  5. Frei Val’shka’s Frozen Doom: Magic ice staff of absolute zero freeze power
  6. Schainova, Star Sword: Holy great sword, wield by Archangels (Hazmat)
  7. Masamune: Katana, said to hold cosmic powers (made from a meteor)
  8. Muramasa: Katana, the dark version of Masamune plus Orochi’s spirit
  9. Albatross: Fencing sword, water property, direct link to Leviathan Petra

Magical/Elemental or B-Class Weapons:

In FireHeart – Legend of the Paladins:

  1. Gloria Vadis: Healing staff, channels healing powers of priest/cleric
  2. Esthagar: Eye of the Storm, trident that generates lightning (and fire) energy
  3. Dancing Scimitars: Twin swords that can fly, generated with user’s mind
  4. Maraj’vriad: Double daggers, elven-made with in-built wind properties

High/Superior Quality or C-Class Weapons:

In FireHeart – Legend of the Paladins:

  1. Wyrthal: Sage Fireheart’s first sword, also Antoine’s and Cristophe’s
  2. Wysteria Bow: Elf-made, durable, easily enchant-able, greater precision
  3. Emmerich’s Kiliji: Curved sword, a cross between katana and scimitar
  4. Ulcergash: Adler’s Flamberge (great sword), the Chimera-killer

D-Class is Good/Fair Quality and E-Class is Rough/Poor Quality Weapons


Posted By Andry Chang to FireHeart - Exploring Worlds of Fantasy at 10/31/2008 09:09:00 PM

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