History NightmareFuel / SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperForceGo

12th Nov '17 9:02:27 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* In the episode "Snow Bound", it's revealed that when Mandarin was still part of the Hyper Force. He would force her to stand in beyond freezing temperatures to teach her to "brave the elements" while he would laugh from behind the controllers. Makes you wonder how long and often those "training sessions" were. Even in modern times, Nova despises the cold weather because of all those "training" events.

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* In the episode "Snow Bound", it's revealed that when Mandarin was still part of the Hyper Force. He Force, he would force her to stand in beyond freezing temperatures to teach her to "brave the elements" while he would laugh from behind the controllers. Makes you wonder how long and often those "training sessions" were. Even in modern times, Nova despises the cold weather because of all those "training" events.
2nd Nov '17 4:10:04 PM BluePeach
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* In the episode "SnowBound", it's revealed that when Mandarin was still part of the Hyper Force. He would force her to stand in beyond freezing temperatures to teach her to "brave the elements" while he would laugh from behind the controllers. Makes you wonder how long and often those "training sessions" were. Even in modern times, Nova despises the cold weather because of all those "training" events.

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* In the episode "SnowBound", "Snow Bound", it's revealed that when Mandarin was still part of the Hyper Force. He would force her to stand in beyond freezing temperatures to teach her to "brave the elements" while he would laugh from behind the controllers. Makes you wonder how long and often those "training sessions" were. Even in modern times, Nova despises the cold weather because of all those "training" events.
2nd Nov '17 4:09:32 PM BluePeach
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* In the episode "SnowBound", it's revealed that when Mandarin was still part of the Hyper Force. He would force her to stand in beyond freezing temperatures to teach her to "brave the elements" while he would laugh from behind the controllers. Makes you wonder how long and often those "training sessions" were. Even in modern times, Nova despises the cold weather because of all those "training" events.
30th Oct '17 1:01:43 PM BluePeach
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** It doesn't help that sometimes their unintentional neglect of Chiro winds up getting him neck deep in trouble. Case in point: In "Pit of Doom", Chiro is feeling useless since his lack of a jetpack combined with only having the maneuvering abilities of a human have been making recent fights difficult. The team proceeds to ''leave him unsupervised and upset'' which indirectly gets them all captured when Skeleton King, who already has Chiro due to earlier events, threatens to hurt Chiro if they don't surrender.

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** It doesn't help that sometimes their unintentional neglect of Chiro winds up getting him neck deep in trouble. Case in point: In "Pit of Doom", Chiro is feeling useless since his lack of a jetpack combined with only having the maneuvering abilities of a human have been making recent fights difficult. The team proceeds to ''leave him unsupervised and upset'' which indirectly gets them all captured when Skeleton King, who already has Chiro due to earlier events, threatens to hurt Chiro if they don't surrender.surrender.
*According to this text from the creator [[http://otakusiren.tumblr.com/post/158465669861/major-spova-news]] Sparx was fully conscience when he was possessed. Aware that he was attacking his friends and tearing apart Nova, but not being able to do anything AndIMustScream
22nd Oct '17 2:03:22 PM ladyofthelibrary
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** And to further this horror, look at Chiro's reaction when Krinkle swaps their roles in life. Yes he could have been more sympathetic to Krinkle's troubles but does that call for turning his team, AKA his FamilyOfChoice, against him and then ''sicking them on him''?
21st Oct '17 12:23:32 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* Otto talking about the water in "Depths of Fear" is considered unnecessarily creepy even by fans who aren't afraid of water and it's clear that Chiro's terrified during said speech. Not helping ''at all'' was the fact that ''everyone'' on the team knew that Chiro was scared of water but not only did Otto obliviously natter on but ''no one'' told him to knock it off.
21st Oct '17 12:10:09 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* A general one based on Chiro's RookieRedRanger status; since Chiro is a kid and doesn't have the same handle on his abilities as the rest of the team, he's very vulnerable in early episodes and if he's removed from play, the team can't fight back and their best option is often "surrender and ''hope'' they come up with a plan that works".

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* A general one based on Chiro's RookieRedRanger status; since Chiro is a kid and doesn't have the same handle on his abilities as the rest of the team, he's very vulnerable in early episodes and if he's removed from play, the team can't fight back and their best option is often "surrender and ''hope'' they come up with a plan that works".works".
** It doesn't help that sometimes their unintentional neglect of Chiro winds up getting him neck deep in trouble. Case in point: In "Pit of Doom", Chiro is feeling useless since his lack of a jetpack combined with only having the maneuvering abilities of a human have been making recent fights difficult. The team proceeds to ''leave him unsupervised and upset'' which indirectly gets them all captured when Skeleton King, who already has Chiro due to earlier events, threatens to hurt Chiro if they don't surrender.
28th Sep '17 3:52:50 PM Omnicron13
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** Its creepy, UncannyValley avatar and its huge, {{Manga/Bokurano Zearth-esque}} cycloptic death machine that ''dwarfs'' the Super Robot.

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** Its creepy, UncannyValley avatar and its huge, {{Manga/Bokurano Zearth-esque}} huge,{{Manga/Bokurano}} Zearth-esque cycloptic death machine that ''dwarfs'' the Super Robot.
28th Sep '17 3:52:06 PM Omnicron13
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** Its creepy, UncannyValley avatar and its huge, [[{{Manga/Bokurano}}Zearth-esque]] cycloptic death machine that ''dwarfs'' the Super Robot.

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** Its creepy, UncannyValley avatar and its huge, [[{{Manga/Bokurano}}Zearth-esque]] {{Manga/Bokurano Zearth-esque}} cycloptic death machine that ''dwarfs'' the Super Robot.
28th Sep '17 3:51:38 PM Omnicron13
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** Its creepy, UncannyValley avatar and its huge, [[Manga/Bokurano Zearth-esque]] cycloptic death machine that ''dwarfs'' the Super Robot.

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** Its creepy, UncannyValley avatar and its huge, [[Manga/Bokurano Zearth-esque]] [[{{Manga/Bokurano}}Zearth-esque]] cycloptic death machine that ''dwarfs'' the Super Robot.
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