History Film / Krull

28th May '18 6:17:32 PM ThallianGold
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* ActionFilmQuietDramaScene: The Widow of the Web could have been a LargeHam even for a WorldOfHam. Instead, she's portrayed as a tragic character who did something monstrous and now regrets it deeply. Her sequence, animated spider aside, could have been fodder for a classical Greek story.
15th Apr '18 5:53:40 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* PokeInTheThirdEye: The Beast pulls this on the Emerald Seer, shattering his scrying gem in the process. This necessitates the Seer having to travel to the Emerald Temple where he will have enough power to break through the Beast's barriers...[[GenreSavvy a trip during which the Seer just so happens to be very vulnerable]].

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* PokeInTheThirdEye: The Beast pulls this on the Emerald Seer, shattering his scrying gem in the process. This necessitates the Seer having to travel to the Emerald Temple where he will have enough power to break through the Beast's barriers...[[GenreSavvy a trip during which the Seer just so happens to be very vulnerable]].vulnerable.
7th Apr '18 1:43:11 AM bjex
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* CallAPegasusAHippogriff: In the film, the Glaive is a unique legendary magic weapon, a five-bladed cross between a shuriken, a discus and a chakram. In real life, a glaive is a [[BladeOnAPole long pole with a blade on one end]]. (It's also an antiquated word used to refer to any bladed weapon.)

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* CallAPegasusAHippogriff: In the film, the Glaive is a unique legendary magic weapon, a five-bladed cross between a shuriken, a discus and a chakram. In real life, a glaive is a [[BladeOnAPole [[BladeOnAStick long pole with a blade on one end]]. (It's also an antiquated word used to refer to any bladed weapon.)
7th Apr '18 1:42:10 AM bjex
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* CallAPegasusAHippogriff: A glaive is actually a type of single-bladed [[BladeOnAStick polearm]] (and also an obscure name for a sword) not a five-bladed shuriken discus.

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* CallAPegasusAHippogriff: A glaive In the film, the Glaive is actually a type of single-bladed [[BladeOnAStick polearm]] (and also an obscure name for a sword) not unique legendary magic weapon, a five-bladed shuriken discus.cross between a shuriken, a discus and a chakram. In real life, a glaive is a [[BladeOnAPole long pole with a blade on one end]]. (It's also an antiquated word used to refer to any bladed weapon.)
10th Mar '18 6:44:56 AM Illyahr
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-->'''Beast:''' ''([[EvilDoppelganger morphs into Colwyn]])'' I can assume any form I wish.

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-->'''Beast:''' ''([[EvilDoppelganger morphs into Colwyn]])'' I can assume any form I wish. Any form you wish.
26th Feb '18 3:11:27 PM TheBigBopper
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Supposedly it was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen originally supposed to be]] the official ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' movie (under the title ''The Dragons Of Krull''), but the license was somehow lost before the film was released. But this may simply be an UrbanLegend, given that it has been [[http://www.dragonsfoot.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=506454&sid=2d1b9ed5266c5aa9b2863c456cf6a6b9#p506454 officially denied]] by Creator/GaryGygax himself.

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Supposedly it was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen [[DivorcedInstallment originally supposed to be]] the official ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' movie (under the title ''The Dragons Of Krull''), but the license was somehow lost before the film was released. But this may simply be an UrbanLegend, given that it has been [[http://www.dragonsfoot.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=506454&sid=2d1b9ed5266c5aa9b2863c456cf6a6b9#p506454 officially denied]] by Creator/GaryGygax himself.
24th Jan '18 3:38:47 PM TitoMosquito
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* ScrewDestiny: A variation of it, Rell initially had to leave the group to face his death. But later he arrived to help them get inside the Black Fortress and soon got crush (a much worse than than what he envisioned), but assumingely he preferred a HeroicSacrifice than however he originally envisioned his death.
6th Jan '18 10:33:31 PM Wildcrafter
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* AnimalGenderBender Some of the 'Fire Mares' are visibly geldings.

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* AnimalGenderBender AnimalGenderBender: Some of the 'Fire Mares' are visibly geldings.



* BlessedWithSuck: The Cyclopes traded with the Beast: one of their eyes (which is why they only have one now) for the ability to see into the future. The Beast ''did'' give them the ability to see into the future - but they can only see [[YourDaysAreNumbered the moment of their own deaths]]. Using the knowledge to avoid their death? [[YouCantFightFate That just brings a much more painful death.]]

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* BlessedWithSuck: The Cyclopes Cyclops traded with the Beast: one of their eyes (which is why they only have one now) for the ability to see into the future. The Beast ''did'' give them the ability to see into the future - but they can only see [[YourDaysAreNumbered the moment of their own deaths]]. Using the knowledge to avoid their death? [[YouCantFightFate That just brings a much more painful death.]]
6th Jan '18 10:22:27 PM Wildcrafter
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* AnimalGenderBender Some of the 'Fire Mares' are visibly geldings.
7th Oct '17 5:16:05 PM jormis29
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* SameLanguageDub: Lysette Anthony is dubbed throughout by Lindsay Crouse. For whatever reasons, producers thought Americans wouldn't be able to understand her accent -- clips of her actual voice in the film prove that wrong. She'd later do an excellent American accent in ''Film/HusbandsAndWives''.

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* SameLanguageDub: Lysette Anthony Creator/LysetteAnthony is dubbed throughout by Lindsay Crouse. For whatever reasons, producers thought Americans wouldn't be able to understand her accent -- clips of her actual voice in the film prove that wrong. She'd later do an excellent American accent in ''Film/HusbandsAndWives''.
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