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29th May '17 9:37:06 AM GendoIkari
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* In "Portrait of the Young Hero" the Evronians of Styvesant's show have two kinds of warriors, the normal kind (portrayed by actors in costumes) and a less numerous force of 'Super Evronians' (portrayed by robots). The 2014 relaunch has the Evronian troops that [[spoiler: conquered Earth in about one month]] show up in two kinds, the normal warriors and a less numerous force of '[[SuperSoldier Augmented Units]]'... That look ''identical'' to Styvesant's 'Super Evronians'. And Styvesant brags about the realism of his productions.

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* In "Portrait of the Young Hero" the Evronians of Styvesant's show have two kinds of warriors, the normal kind (portrayed by actors in costumes) and a less numerous force of 'Super Evronians' (portrayed by robots). The 2014 relaunch has the Evronian troops that [[spoiler: conquered Earth in about one month]] show up in two kinds, the normal warriors and a less numerous force of '[[SuperSoldier Augmented Units]]'... That look ''identical'' to Styvesant's 'Super Evronians'. And Styvesant brags about the realism of his productions.productions.
* The revelations of PKNE #4 cast a shadow on the optmistic future from which Lyla hails. [[spoiler:The events of ''Might and Power'' apparently rectified the timeline into an Evronian-free Earth, with only Grrodon remaining and in hiding; the discovery of the existence of multiple Evronian empires, however, means that peace may be apparent. It could take from years to millennia for them to show up, but Evronians may still be somewhere in the universe, and Earth may be even less prepared for a new coming of them.]]
16th Apr '17 2:00:17 PM Zoriax91
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** Anger: Due, obviously. Becomes more and more deranged during the series. (His second appearance doesn't count - he explicitly stated that it was missing some pieces of data; therefore, it behaved more like a machine and less like a psycho).
** Envy: [[spoiler:in the future, after PK is gone, Uno tries repeatedly to build a "perfect body" for himself... and constantly fails. Even the one builded by Everett refused to activate.]]

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** Anger: Due, obviously. Becomes more and more deranged during the series. (His second appearance doesn't count - he explicitly stated that it was missing some pieces of data; therefore, it behaved more like a machine and less like a psycho).
psycho). One develops anger much later on, [[spoiler:frustrated by his inability at producing a humanoid (well, duck-noid) body that can host his entire memory and pass for a real person]].
** Envy: [[spoiler:in the future, after PK is gone, Uno tries repeatedly to build a "perfect body" for himself... and constantly fails. Even the one builded by Everett refused to activate. Also, as soon as a time-traveling Due learns about said body, he ''immediately'' wants to steal it.]]
14th Jan '17 8:04:20 AM EDP
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* Xadhoom didn't come to Earth the first time by accident: she knew of Xerba's evacuation plan, that the Xerbians knew of Earth, and that the ships had been launched, and guessed at least one of the ships had set course to Earth to warn them about Evron and that she could find the survivors there. And, as shown by the ''Antra'', the only reason she was wrong is that the Evronians intercepted the ship.
1st Dec '16 8:13:05 AM EDP
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* Early on Paperinik assumes that CasualInterstellarTravel is a thing in the series, until One sets him straight. Thing is, he's used to Gyro, who can make spaceships that can casually travel interstellar distances ''in an afternoon'': he just didn't know how hard it actually was, and with Ducklair's weapon technology being usually superior to Gyro's he assumed it was the same for spaceships.


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** '''Confirmed''' in "Chronicle of a Return": Xadhoom constantly disintegrates and reforms ([[spoiler:or she did, least until the En'tomek tried to absorb her and accidentally shut her off]]). Upon finding out, Paperinik is as horrified as you'd expect, and wonders how Xadhoom could tolerate it.
27th Nov '16 6:25:13 AM EDP
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* It's strange that Paperinik doesn't recognize Xari when he meets him, not after seeing a Coolflame that looked ''exactly'' like him. Thing is, he also knew that the Xerbian was collaborating with the Evronians to be able to steer them away from the survivors of Xerba, and he just didn't expect Xari, who he knew had strongly opposed them, to do that, so he mistook him for a lookalike until Xalya calls him by name.
** Before that, but after meeting the Coolflame, he apparently mistakes Xarion (another Xerbian, who looks completely different from him) for Xari upon hearing the name. Xarion had just come to Earth after a ''very'' difficult travel and Paperinik knows he has no idea how Xerbian physiology works, he probably thought he had simply grown older and proven by the tasks.
22nd Feb '16 2:53:23 PM EDP
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* In the real-life kiwi birds, the mothers have a horrible relationship with their chicks. Now, what species of human-like animal Angus and his mother are?
2nd Sep '15 11:16:36 AM EDP
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* Why don't we ever see Paperinik's pre-PKNA opponents, aside for Lord Walrus ([[RememberTheNewGuy who had never actually appeared in previous stories]])? Easy: they're just no match for a Paperinik equipped with Ducklair technology and supported by One. Most of them are one-shot characters relying on a gimmick that Paperinik would always neutralize (as shown by Lord Walrus), and One would find a way to neutralize them even faster, and the ones who aren't (namely Perfidus, still one-shot but an EvilCounterpart of Paperinik who was ''not'' apprehended, and the recurring Lola Duck and Spectrus) are either no match for Paperinik's new tech (Perfidus, who relied on gadgets literally made out of garbage, and Lola Duck, who was a ClassyCatBurglar) or have lost their one advantage (Spectrus relied on his HypnoticEyes... And Paperinik became ''immune'' to that after his brief time at Dhasam-Bul).
25th Jun '15 9:03:17 AM EDP
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* In ''The Dams of Time'', the Raider is back working for the Organization, and the leaders have apparently been replaced. Both have good reasons: the Raider retired when time travel stopped working, but now it works again; as for the change of leaders, the last time we saw the old ones they were being arrested with all the known Organization members, [[spoiler: and even with Time 0 and its prison conquered the new ones aren't stupid enough to free their only possible rivals]].

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* In ''The Dams Banks of Time'', the Raider is back working for the Organization, and the leaders have apparently been replaced. Both have good reasons: the Raider retired when time travel stopped working, but now it works again; as for the change of leaders, the last time we saw the old ones they were being arrested with all the known Organization members, [[spoiler: and even with Time 0 and its prison conquered the new ones aren't stupid enough to free their only possible rivals]].
20th May '15 3:28:56 AM EDP
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* In ''The Dams of Time'', the Raider is back working for the Organization, and the leaders have apparently been replaced. Both have good reasons: the Raider retired when time travel stopped working, but now it works again; as for the change of leaders, the last time we met them they were being arrested.

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* In ''The Dams of Time'', the Raider is back working for the Organization, and the leaders have apparently been replaced. Both have good reasons: the Raider retired when time travel stopped working, but now it works again; as for the change of leaders, the last time we met them saw the old ones they were being arrested.
arrested with all the known Organization members, [[spoiler: and even with Time 0 and its prison conquered the new ones aren't stupid enough to free their only possible rivals]].
20th May '15 3:26:26 AM EDP
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* In ''The Dams of Time'', the Raider is back working for the Organization, and the leaders have apparently been replaced. Both have good reasons: the Raider retired when time travel stopped working, but now it works again; as for the change of leaders, the last time we met them they were being arrested.
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