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30th Mar '16 8:24:01 PM CaiusCaligula
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* ArcWords: "My side! Your side! My side! Your side!"
** Also, for season four: "Unrealized realities."
29th Dec '15 2:23:13 PM morenohijazo
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* BioData: The Ancients inscribed knowledge of wormholes into John Crichton's brain and his DNA. [[spoiler: Eventually he unlocked and understood it. Although the Ancients removed it from his head after he used it, his son was implied to inherit it. The Scarrans even tried to extract it from the DNA of Aeryn's unborn child.]]
19th Dec '15 11:49:19 AM harlbior
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* AlienAbduction: Not quite the standard way, but when John Crichton emerges from the wormhole in "Premiere", Moya pulls Farscape One in with her [[TractorBeam Docking Web]] and brings him to the bridge. Unlike other alien abductions, he is freely capable of moving, and the aliens aren't scientists but escaped prisoners who have captured his ship thinking that he can help them escape quickly. He is, however, incapacitated later, and examined while unconscious.
18th Dec '15 4:18:38 PM harlbior
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* CripplingOverspecialization: The physiology of Pilot's species is largely geared towards maintaining ship systems, at the expense of personal mobility. While bonded with a Leviathan, a Pilot lives exclusively in the Pilot's Den, unable to run, hide, or defend itself from a threat without the use of ship systems or [=DRDs=]. This is quite evident in "DNA Mad Scientist", "The Way We Weren't", and "Eat Me", when [[spoiler: Pilot's arm gets cut off.]], [[spoiler: Moya's first Pilot was executed in her Den]], and [[spoiler: Rovhu's Pilot's arms are regularly eaten off.]]
14th Dec '15 3:57:54 AM harlbior
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* TheCastShowoff: In "Won't Get Fooled Again," the Scorpius analogue is a drummer - a skill Wayne Pygram possesses and has put to good use.
** In "Scratch 'N' Sniff", Chiana does some fire-twirling to wow a crowd of onlookers. Gigi Edgley possesses this skill in real life.
** Does Creator/ClaudiaBlack's lizard-like [[FetishFuel tongue trick]] count as a skill?
*** I suspect her husband would say yes.



* ContractualImmortality: Usually avoided, but occasionally pretty obvious, as with each of Rygel's "deaths".
6th Dec '15 7:16:02 PM MikeW
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** Played with in how Scorpius spent so much time talking of how brilliant a tactician Crichton was and considered him a truly worthy opponent. When working with the crew, he was thus rocked to realize Crichton had no idea what he was doing and all his "victories" were mainly luck.
26th Aug '15 12:31:44 AM jjnonken
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** In "Bone to be Wild", when M'Lee's eyes and her blue head bulbs turn red, it's time to run away. Very quickly.
23rd Jun '15 11:07:10 AM YourBrainOnTaint
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** Stark. He can potentially survive death and has empathic abilities. Unfortunately, if he helps someone crossover to death, darkness in their soul latches onto him.This keeps people at a distance and has damaged his mind. It also makes him a target for people like Scorpius, and in ''Prayer'', [[spoiler: Sikozu-Stark sees her friend/lover murdered because people want to use her power.]]
17th Feb '15 3:16:35 PM AgileZombieGuy
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* CoolStarship: Any capital ship shown, and of course Moya.
28th Jan '15 9:16:48 PM Ceraus
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** John mentions at one point that he lost his virginity to Karen Shaw in the back of a pickup truck, and it was mentioned by Maldis-in-disguise even earlier in "That Old Black Magic". In "Kansas" the Moya crew is transported back to 1985 Earth, and we get to see a teenaged John Crichton meet "Karen Shaw," whose name he mishears: her actual name is [[spoiler: Chiana]]
** Actually, he only mishears [[spoiler: "Chiana"]] as "Karen". The reason he thinks her last name is "Shaw" is how [[spoiler: Chiana]] keeps saying "sheeya", so he thinks she's saying "Shaw".

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** John mentions at one point that he lost his virginity to Karen Shaw in the back of a pickup truck, and it was mentioned by Maldis-in-disguise even earlier in "That Old Black Magic". In "Kansas" "Kansas", [[spoiler: the Moya crew is transported back to 1985 Earth, and and]] we get to see a teenaged John Crichton meet "Karen Shaw," whose name he mishears: her actual name is [[spoiler: Chiana]]
** Actually, he only mishears [[spoiler: "Chiana"]] as "Karen". The reason
Chiana, and he thinks her last name is "Shaw" is how [[spoiler: Chiana]] because she keeps saying "sheeya", so he thinks she's saying "Shaw"."sheeya"]].
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