History Awesome / StormHawks

17th Nov '17 3:23:13 PM Twiddler
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--->'''Piper:''' ''[stammers]'' Starling! What are you doing here?\\
'''Starling:''' I'm on a mission. ''[grins]'' And I need some help. ''[leitmotif intensifies]''

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--->'''Piper:''' --->'''Starling:''' Problem with your record player?\\
'''Piper:'''
''[stammers]'' Starling! What are you doing here?\\
'''Starling:''' I'm on a mission. ''[grins]'' And I need some help. ''[leitmotif intensifies]''
10th Jan '17 10:32:53 PM Twiddler
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* "The Code" features a competition between the Rex Guardians and the Storm Hawks, with the former pulling MyRuleFuIsStrongerThanYours to get the Storm Hawks disqualified on various inane technicalities. Then Piper steps up, and not only manages to pull off a perfect martial arts routine but also manages to exploit a loophole to get ''her'' opponent disqualified.
--> '''Harrier:''' But that... That's...
--> '''Piper:''' A taste of your own medicine?



* "Absolute Power":
** Starling's cool entrance, in which she appears out of nowhere to make a casual one-handed catch of a violently flung record. Cue her {{leitmotif}}.
--->'''Piper:''' ''[stammers]'' Starling! What are you doing here?\\
'''Starling:''' I'm on a mission. ''[grins]'' And I need some help. ''[leitmotif intensifies]''
** Starling taking out two Raptor pilots by leaping to one, flipping him and using the momentum to get herself to the other one, making her the only person in the show aside from Aerrow and the Dark Ace to use the "jump on your opponent's ride" technique.
** Aerrow sending his motorcycle into a ''front wheelie tornado'' to scatter the blockade ahead of them.
* There is Stork's sequence in the episode "Fire and Ice". First, he evades the (pissed-off) Raptors. When he gets back on the ship, they finally catch up. He looks like his usual, pessimistic, paranoid self, until, well...oh, this could be bad...''for them''. He begins loosing off traps on them until they find him at the bridge, and, well, his 'last request' pretty much sums up the scene. "Get off my ship." Cue violent ejection of the Raptors.
* In "King for a Day", Finn gets the ring from the unclimbable peak by doing it his way, and shooting it down.
* Aerrow's resourcefulness in "Escape!" where he shows what a formidable force he can be even without weapons or ride. As he's escaping on a rustbucket of a ride toward the end, it gradually falls apart until he's just surfing on a single engine. Cue the Condor, just in time. Just before Aerrow makes a jump to board, he winks cheekily at Moss and flips the engine around to fly straight at him.



* In "Five Days," Master Cyclonis takes on all of the Storm Hawks and the Condor's security systems with brutal efficiency.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRoYQX1YmTM Hello Storm Hawks.]]
* There is Stork's sequence in the episode "Fire and Ice". First, he evades the (pissed-off) Raptors. When he gets back on the ship, they finally catch up. He looks like his usual, pessimistic, paranoid self, until, well...oh, this could be bad...''for them''. He begins loosing off traps on them until they find him at the bridge, and, well, his 'last request' pretty much sums up the scene. "Get off my ship." Cue violent ejection of the Raptors.



* The finale in general, but definitely when Aerrow and Piper achieved perfect attunement, especially after their precarious position right beforehand.
* "The Code" features a competition between the Rex Guardians and the Storm Hawks, with the former pulling MyRuleFuIsStrongerThanYours to get the Storm Hawks disqualified on various inane technicalities. Then Piper steps up, and not only manages to pull off a perfect martial arts routine but also manages to exploit a loophole to get ''her'' opponent disqualified.
--> '''Harrier:''' But that... That's...
--> '''Piper:''' A taste of your own medicine?



* "Absolute Power":
** Starling's cool entrance, in which she appears out of nowhere to make a casual one-handed catch of a violently flung record. Cue her {{leitmotif}}.
--->'''Piper:''' ''[stammers]'' Starling! What are you doing here?\\
'''Starling:''' I'm on a mission. ''[grins]'' And I need some help. ''[leitmotif intensifies]''
** Starling taking out two Raptor pilots by leaping to one, flipping him and using the momentum to get herself to the other one, making her the only person in the show aside from Aerrow and the Dark Ace to use the "jump on your opponent's ride" technique.
** Aerrow sending his motorcycle into a ''front wheelie tornado'' to scatter the blockade ahead of them.
* Aerrow's resourcefulness in "Escape!" where he shows what a formidable force he can be even without weapons or ride. As he's escaping on a rustbucket of a ride toward the end, it gradually falls apart until he's just surfing on a single engine. Cue the Condor, just in time. Just before Aerrow makes a jump to board, he winks cheekily at Moss and flips the engine around to fly straight at him.



* In "Second Chances", Aerrow using the Lightning Claw in a callback to the pilot. What makes it awesome is that this time, he's completely calm when he powers up.
* In "King for a Day", Finn gets the ring from the unclimbable peak by doing it his way, and shooting it down.
* In "The Ultra Dudes", Finn manages to do the "Finnito".

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* In "Second Chances", Aerrow using the Lightning Claw in a callback to the pilot. What makes it awesome is that this time, he's completely calm when as he powers up.
* In "King for a Day", Finn gets "Five Days," Master Cyclonis takes on all of the ring from Storm Hawks and the unclimbable peak by doing it his way, and shooting it down.
Condor's security systems with brutal efficiency.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRoYQX1YmTM Hello Storm Hawks.]]
* In "The Ultra Dudes", Finn manages to do the "Finnito"."Finnito".
* The finale in general, but definitely when Aerrow and Piper achieved perfect attunement, especially after their precarious position right beforehand.
19th Oct '16 9:44:57 PM Twiddler
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* In "King for a Day", Finn gets the ring from the unclimbable peak by doing it his way, and shooting it down.
19th Oct '16 9:42:51 PM Twiddler
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* In "Second Chances", Aerrow using the Lightning Claw in a callback to the pilot. What makes it awesome is that this time, he's completely calm when he powers up.

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* In "Second Chances", Aerrow using the Lightning Claw in a callback to the pilot. What makes it awesome is that this time, he's completely calm when he powers up.up.
* In "The Ultra Dudes", Finn manages to do the "Finnito".
19th Oct '16 9:31:29 PM Twiddler
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** The boys' surfboard stunts at the beginning of the episode. Mostly Aerrow and Junko. The latter deserves a special mention for showing off some surprising nimbleness despite his bulk.

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** The boys' surfboard stunts at the beginning of the episode. Mostly Aerrow and Junko. The latter deserves a special mention for showing off some surprising nimbleness despite his bulk.bulk.
* In "Second Chances", Aerrow using the Lightning Claw in a callback to the pilot. What makes it awesome is that this time, he's completely calm when he powers up.
19th Oct '16 9:15:05 PM Twiddler
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* Junko stopping the crashing airship in "Tranquility Now".



* Aerrow's resourcefulness in "Escape!" where he shows what a formidable force he can be even without weapons or ride. As he's escaping on a rustbucket of a ride toward the end, it gradually falls apart until he's just surfing on a single engine. Cue the Condor, just in time. Just before Aerrow makes a jump to board, he winks cheekily at Moss and flips the engine around to fly straight at him, which damages his ride enough to send it to the ground.

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* Aerrow's resourcefulness in "Escape!" where he shows what a formidable force he can be even without weapons or ride. As he's escaping on a rustbucket of a ride toward the end, it gradually falls apart until he's just surfing on a single engine. Cue the Condor, just in time. Just before Aerrow makes a jump to board, he winks cheekily at Moss and flips the engine around to fly straight at him, which damages his ride enough to send it to the ground.him.



** The boys' surfboard stunts at the beginning of the episode. Mostly Aerrow and Junko. The latter deserves a special mention for showing off some surprising nimbleness despite his bulk.
* Junko stopping the crashing airship in "Tranquility Now".

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** The boys' surfboard stunts at the beginning of the episode. Mostly Aerrow and Junko. The latter deserves a special mention for showing off some surprising nimbleness despite his bulk.
* Junko stopping the crashing airship in "Tranquility Now".
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1st Sep '16 6:37:55 PM Twiddler
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--->'''Piper:''' Starling! Wh-what are you doing here?\\

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--->'''Piper:''' ''[stammers]'' Starling! Wh-what What are you doing here?\\
1st Sep '16 6:36:54 PM Twiddler
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** Aerrow follows up the above by sending his motorcycle into a ''front wheelie tornado'' to scatter the blockade ahead of them.

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** Aerrow follows up the above by sending his motorcycle into a ''front wheelie tornado'' to scatter the blockade ahead of them.
1st Sep '16 6:21:32 PM Twiddler
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* The Nightcrawler's escape in "Royal Twist". Some slo-mo is used at just the right time to give us a good view of what's happening.

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* "Royal Twist":
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The Nightcrawler's escape in "Royal Twist". escape. Some slo-mo is used at just the right time to give us a good view of what's happening.happening.
** The boys' surfboard stunts at the beginning of the episode. Mostly Aerrow and Junko. The latter deserves a special mention for showing off some surprising nimbleness despite his bulk.
* Junko stopping the crashing airship in "Tranquility Now".
1st Sep '16 6:14:33 PM Twiddler
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* Aerrow's resourcefulness in "Escape!" where he shows what a formidable force he can be even without weapons or ride. As he's escaping on a rustbucket of a ride toward the end, it gradually falls apart until he's just surfing on a single engine. Cue the Condor, just in time. Just before Aerrow makes a jump to board, he winks cheekily at Moss and flips the engine around to fly straight at him, which damages his ride enough to send it to the ground.

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* Aerrow's resourcefulness in "Escape!" where he shows what a formidable force he can be even without weapons or ride. As he's escaping on a rustbucket of a ride toward the end, it gradually falls apart until he's just surfing on a single engine. Cue the Condor, just in time. Just before Aerrow makes a jump to board, he winks cheekily at Moss and flips the engine around to fly straight at him, which damages his ride enough to send it to the ground.ground.
* The Nightcrawler's escape in "Royal Twist". Some slo-mo is used at just the right time to give us a good view of what's happening.
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