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1st May '16 3:46:32 AM Faberlich
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* SkullCups: The old woman at the witch of Malcombe's hideout drinks the youth potion in a cup that is made of a skull.
30th Apr '16 5:39:49 AM Faberlich
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** [[spoiler: Edmond Jacquart (Jacquouille and Jacquouillet's descendant during World War II) looks like his ancestors (and his son) in ''The Revolution''.]]
29th Apr '16 8:51:50 AM Faberlich
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* RightfulKingReturns: Godefroy initially has the idea to reestablish French royalty after King Louis XVI's beheading, before giving up in order to seek a way to return to his era.

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* RightfulKingReturns: Godefroy initially has the idea to reestablish French royalty the Dauphin of France on the throne after King Louis XVI's beheading, before giving up in order to seek a way to return to his era.
28th Apr '16 8:08:00 AM Faberlich
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* MSandmanSequence: When Godefroy and Jacquouille flee in separate directions after the restaurant incident, Godefroy rides on horseback on a road and a truck almost runs over him. He then passes by a train and a jet airliner flies over him. He then shouts "MONTJOIE!", realizing he is lost in the future, before entering a church to seek "asile". The sequence starts with a guitar riff before switching to "Enae Volare".

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* MSandmanSequence: MisterSandmanSequence: When Godefroy and Jacquouille flee in separate directions after the restaurant incident, Godefroy rides on horseback on a road and a truck almost runs over him. He then passes by a train and a jet airliner flies over him. He then shouts "MONTJOIE!", realizing he is lost in the future, before entering a church to seek "asile". The sequence starts with a guitar riff before switching to "Enae Volare".
28th Apr '16 8:07:16 AM Faberlich
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* MrSandmanSequence: When Godefroy and Jacquouille flee in separate directions after the restaurant incident, Godefroy rides on horseback on a road and a truck almost runs over him. He then passes by a train and a jet airliner flies over him. He then shouts "MONTJOIE!", realizing he is lost in the future. The sequence starts with a guitar riff before switching to "Enae Volare".

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* MrSandmanSequence: MSandmanSequence: When Godefroy and Jacquouille flee in separate directions after the restaurant incident, Godefroy rides on horseback on a road and a truck almost runs over him. He then passes by a train and a jet airliner flies over him. He then shouts "MONTJOIE!", realizing he is lost in the future.future, before entering a church to seek "asile". The sequence starts with a guitar riff before switching to "Enae Volare".
28th Apr '16 8:05:48 AM Faberlich
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* MrSandmanSequence: When Godefroy and Jacquouille flee in separate directions after the restaurant incident, Godefroy rides on horseback on a road and a truck almost runs over him. He then passes by a train and a jet airliner flies over him. He then shouts "MONTJOIE!", realizing he is lost in the future. The sequence starts with a guitar riff before switching to "Enae Volare".
28th Apr '16 2:08:54 AM Faberlich
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** In the first film, Godefroy commented how the lack of defenses on the castle (which has been demolished and rebuilt in the 18th century) will make it easy to invade for the Wisigoths. [[spoiler:At the end of ''The Revolution'', the castle is occupied by Germans during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.]]
25th Apr '16 1:24:29 AM Faberlich
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* RapidAging: One of the unfortunate effects of too much travels in time, as shown in ''The Revolution''. Godefroy and Jacquouille age "ten weeks per day" (according to Norah) and tumors grow in Jacquouille's throat and Godefroy's nose.[[note]]''The Revolution'' came out 18 years after ''The Corridors of Time'' and the actors have aged visibly, hence why this trope is used.[[/note]]

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* RapidAging: One of the unfortunate effects of too much travels in time, as shown in ''The Revolution''.time. Godefroy and Jacquouille age "ten weeks per day" (according to Norah) and tumors grow in Jacquouille's throat and Godefroy's nose.[[note]]''The Revolution'' came out 18 years after ''The Corridors of Time'' and the actors have aged visibly, hence why this trope is used.[[/note]]



* VorpalPillow: With no intention to kill. At one point in ''The Revolution'', Jacquouille finds himself unable to sleep because someone is snoring loudly. He finds out it's Adélaïde, and tries to silence her with a pillow. He ends up waking her up and causing much drama, as everyone thinks he was trying to suffocate her.

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* VorpalPillow: With no intention to kill. At one point in ''The Revolution'', point, Jacquouille finds himself unable to sleep because someone is snoring loudly. He finds out it's Adélaïde, and tries to silence her with a pillow. He ends up waking her up and causing much drama, as everyone thinks he was trying to suffocate her.
25th Apr '16 1:23:44 AM Faberlich
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* GargleBlaster: Jacquouille carries one with him in ''The Corridors of Time''. It's "for warriors" according to him, and he can drink it with no notable effect. He generously offers a swig to a mechanic, who promptly runs outside to throw up after tasting it.

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* GargleBlaster: Jacquouille carries one with him in ''The Corridors of Time''.him. It's "for warriors" according to him, and he can drink it with no notable effect. He generously offers a swig to a mechanic, who promptly runs outside to throw up after tasting it.



* LostWeddingRing: Lost fertility relic actually. In ''The Corridors of Time'', Godefroy has to go back to the 20th century to retrieve the relic of Sainte Rolande (a big tooth) to ensure that his marriage will produce heirs. It's going to be a very bad omen if he marries Frénégonde without it.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero / HeroBall: Béatrice gets the time travel potion from Ferdinand Eusebe (the descendant of Eusaebius) to send Jacquouille and Godefroy back in time. Unfortunately, the potion tastes like shit and Jacquouille spits it as soon as he tastes it. To make it more drinkable for him, and since there is no milk chocolate around, Beatrice mixes it with alcohol. As a result, Godefroy and Jacquouille are sent back... to the late 18th century, during the FrenchRevolution.

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* LostWeddingRing: Lost fertility relic actually. In ''The Corridors of Time'', Godefroy has to go back to the 20th century to retrieve the relic of Sainte Rolande (a big tooth) tooth in a golden case) to ensure that his marriage will produce heirs. It's going to be a very bad omen if he marries Frénégonde without it.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero / HeroBall: Béatrice gets the time travel potion from Ferdinand Eusebe (the descendant of Eusaebius) to send Jacquouille and Godefroy back in time. Unfortunately, the potion tastes like shit and Jacquouille spits it as soon as he tastes it. To make it more drinkable for him, and since there is no milk chocolate around, Beatrice mixes it with alcohol. As a result, Godefroy and Jacquouille are sent back... to the late 18th century, during the FrenchRevolution.UsefulNotes/TheFrenchRevolution.
25th Apr '16 1:22:04 AM Faberlich
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* BurnTheWitch
** Godefroy is returning home when he hears of a witch living on his lands. He and his men then decide to raid her hideout, and he has this line once the witch is captured and put into a cage:
-->'''Godefroy''': One does not torture a woman on my lands. Burning her at the stake will be enough!
** Jacquart is sentenced to be burnt for carrying "satanic artifacts" by an inquisitor in the sequel.



* BurnTheWitch
** Godefroy is returning home when he hears of a witch living on his lands. He and his men then decide to raid her hideout, and he has this line once the witch is captured and put into a cage:
-->'''Godefroy''': One does not torture a woman on my lands. Burning her at the stake will be enough!
** Jacquart is sentenced to be burnt for carrying "satanic artifacts" by an inquisitor in the sequel.
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