History Headscratchers / ThunderCats2011

29th Dec '15 2:03:27 PM Anddrix
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*** Of course we figured it out. In a past cartoon Grune's voice actor (Creator/ClancyBrown) was a part of, he played a despicable, heartless soul who would've desecrated the dead and sold out his own mother just to make a buck. Oh, and he voiced SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor, too.

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*** Of course we figured it out. In a past cartoon Grune's voice actor (Creator/ClancyBrown) was a part of, he played a despicable, heartless soul who would've desecrated the dead and sold out his own mother just to make a buck. Oh, and he voiced SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor, ComicBook/LexLuthor, too.
10th Sep '15 1:35:17 PM Windona
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*Watching ''Birth of the Blades'', the Ancient Spirits tell Mumm-Ra to use the star Plundaar for his new sword, and Panthera states that said star has ten planets surrounding it. Yet it's stated that Mumm-Ra destroyed a galaxy, which would consist of thousands of stars and an even greater number of planets.
14th Nov '13 1:55:54 PM SithkingZero
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** Emotions are hardly rational, and it's easier to project hatred on someone you felt betrayed you. Sure, Mumm-Ra was bad and evil and stuff, but Lion-O was the embodiment of her hope. He was the one true king, who was supposed to be... well, a king. She put all her hopes in the king, and for years served the throne loyally... but then all she saw for her loyalty was her kingdom obliterated, her friends and family taken and placed into chains, and her king's back as he walked away from her dying body.
12th Aug '13 9:28:48 PM sirkka
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* In "Curse of Ratilla" what did the cats have to gain from going after Mumm-Ra's sword at all? It's established by the rat king that Mumm-Ra has no idea where it is until they dig it up. This can also be fairly easily assumed considering it's his most powerful weapon and he's made no attempt whatsoever to excavate it himself. Where did the Thundercats plan on hiding it that they thought would be better than the spot that has successfully hidden it all this time?
24th May '13 8:12:56 PM mythbuster
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** Turns out there were a large number of survivors who were taken prisoner.
6th Apr '13 11:19:19 PM DragonSwordX
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* Why was Jaga the one sent to wield the Sword of Omens against Ratilla? Wouldn't the king of the Thundera normally wield the Sword? Also, why does Ratar-O refer to Ratilla as his "ancestor"? Jaga was a man of somewhat advanced years at the time of his death, suggesting that his duel with Ratilla occurred perhaps a generation or two prior to the beginning of the series. Why wouldn't Ratar-O refer to Ratilla as his grandfather? More generally, why does Ratar-O tell the story as if he is relating ancient events, when they in fact occurred within living memory? For that matter, how is it that none of the Thundercats already know the story? Lion-O, Tygra, and Cheetara were all themselves Jaga's pupils, albeit in different ways, and Panthro certainly knew the man.

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* Why was Jaga the one sent to wield the Sword of Omens against Ratilla? Wouldn't the king of the Thundera normally wield the Sword? Also, why does Ratar-O refer to Ratilla as his "ancestor"? Jaga was a man of somewhat advanced years at the time of his death, suggesting that his duel with Ratilla occurred perhaps a generation or two prior to the beginning of the series. Why wouldn't Ratar-O refer to Ratilla as his grandfather? More generally, why does Ratar-O tell the story as if he is relating ancient events, when they in fact occurred within living memory? For that matter, how is it that none of the Thundercats already know the story? Lion-O, Tygra, and Cheetara were all themselves Jaga's pupils, albeit in different ways, and Panthro certainly knew the man. man.

* I kind of get why Pumyra would still hate Lion-o but why would she work for Mumm-Ra when he was the cause of her death in the first place? He should be the one that she wants to kill or at the very least want to kill both him and Lion-o.
7th Mar '13 1:21:22 AM RTanker
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* Why was Jaga the one sent to wield the Sword of Omens against Ratilla? Wouldn't the king of the Thundera normally wield the Sword? Also, why does Ratar-O refer to Ratilla as his "ancestor"? Jaga was a man of somewhat advanced years at the time of his death, suggesting that his duel with Ratilla occurred perhaps a generation or two prior to the beginning of the series. Why wouldn't Ratar-O refer to Ratilla as his grandfather? More generally, why does Ratar-O tell the story as if he is relating ancient events, when they in fact occurred within living memory? For that matter, how is it that none of the Thundercats already know the story? Lion-O, Tygra, and Cheetara were all themselves Jaga's pupils, albeit in different ways, and Panthro certainly knew the man.
6th Mar '13 1:52:39 PM RTanker
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** Well Lion-0 wouldn't really ''be'' Lion-O if he didn't keep trying to do the right thing again and again, it's just in his nature.

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** Well Lion-0 Lion-O wouldn't really ''be'' Lion-O if he didn't keep trying to do the right thing again and again, it's just in his nature.
** Also, Pumyra's betrayal might have been the last straw, if not for what happened after that: "Rankin-Bass!" When everyone you've helped proves willing to put their lives on the line to stand with you, that has the tendency to restore your faith.




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** Different societies develop differently. Some do a much better job than others of keeping careful records of the distant past. It probably made a difference that the Thunderans wanted to forget that they had been Mumm-Ra's loyal servants, while Javan's people remained loyal to the Ancient Spirits of Evil and to Mumm-Ra's memory.
4th Feb '13 6:37:56 PM mythbuster
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* Kit and Kat manage to capture a large predator that was tracking the bird-goat-thing family they found too cute to hunt themselves. Why didn't they just drag it back, or if it was too big to carry, go get Panthro and show him what they caught?
16th Dec '12 3:19:09 PM gwen
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*One thing still doesn't make sense: why didn't the Thunderans know about Mumm-Ra? In Native Son, Javan seemed to know about Mumm-Ra's existence in the history he gave about why their clan was banished. Why don't the Thunderans seem to know anything about Mumm-Ra? Why do they think Mumm-Ra and technology are myths? How did they think they got to Third Earth? And if Jaga and the clerics knew, why didn't they give anyone a heads up?
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