History NightmareFuel / TronUprising

3rd Oct '17 8:31:14 AM Allronix
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Franchise/{{Tron}}, one of the only universes where the [[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh first-person shooter]] is LighterAndSofter than the animated series. The series used the unique way Programs show injury and de-rez as a way to a massive amount of violence and NightmareFuel in a Creator/{{Disney}} franchise.


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Franchise/{{Tron}}, one of the only universes where the [[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh first-person shooter]] is LighterAndSofter than the animated series. The series used the unique way Programs show injury and de-rez as a way to depict a massive amount of violence violence, death, and NightmareFuel in a Creator/{{Disney}} franchise.

3rd Oct '17 8:18:02 AM Allronix
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* ''Tron'', of all people, takes a turn for the terrifying in the "Scars" two-parter.

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Franchise/{{Tron}}, one of the only universes where the [[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh first-person shooter]] is LighterAndSofter than the animated series. The series used the unique way Programs show injury and de-rez as a way to a massive amount of violence and NightmareFuel in a Creator/{{Disney}} franchise.


* ''Tron'', of all people, takes a turn for the terrifying in the "Scars" two-parter. Boxleitner's chilling delivery sells it.


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* Stunning Beck with a painful electrical attack, despite Beck's pleas to reconsider the revenge mission. If you weren't convinced before that the sweet DorkKnight from the 1982 film and Kingdom Hearts II had long left the building...
-->'''Tron:''' ''I didn't ask your permission.''
30th Jul '17 5:03:34 PM Omnicron13
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** Dyson's own scars from when he was mutilated during the ISO riots were also quite horrific since most of his head and one of his eyes was torn off from the attack.

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** Dyson's own scars [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dyson_scar1.JPG scars]] from when he was mutilated during the ISO riots were also quite horrific since most of his head and one of his eyes was torn off from the attack.
18th Jul '17 4:59:03 PM Omnicron13
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* The scene where Tesler recruits Paige. Not only is is creepy because Tesler is lying through his virtual teeth, but that the scene behind him is a ''hospital'' that's covered in patches of bright color - [[SymbolicBlood the remains of Paige's patients and co-workers]] that he just slaughtered. And even after all this virtual bloobath, his voice is perfectly calm.

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* The scene where Tesler recruits Paige. Not only is is creepy because Tesler is lying through his virtual teeth, but that the scene behind him is a ''hospital'' that's covered in patches of bright color - [[SymbolicBlood the remains of Paige's patients and co-workers]] that he just slaughtered. And even after all this virtual bloobath, bloodbath, his voice is perfectly calm.
18th Jul '17 4:58:51 PM Omnicron13
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** Dyson's own scars when he was mutilated during the ISO riots was also quite horrific since most of his head and ones of his eyes was torn off.

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** Dyson's own scars from when he was mutilated during the ISO riots was were also quite horrific since most of his head and ones one of his eyes was torn off. off from the attack.
18th Jul '17 4:56:20 PM Omnicron13
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** Dyson's own scars when he was mutilated during the ISO riots was also quite horrific since most of his head and ones of his eyes was torn off.



* Pavel's "test run" of his restored upgrade disc in "Rendezvous". He gleefully ''murders'' a group of prisoners. His smile just before is ''incredibly'' off-putting. To say nothing of his manic laughter and psychotic expression ''whilst'' he does it.

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* Pavel's "test run" of his restored upgrade disc in "Rendezvous". He gleefully provokes and ''murders'' a group of prisoners. His smile just before is ''incredibly'' off-putting. To say nothing of his manic laughter and psychotic expression ''whilst'' he does it.
19th Jun '17 7:22:32 PM Omnicron13
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* The Coliseum Games in general. Prisoners and lawbreakers are thrown in the Coliseum to die in various ways to entertain the cheering sadistic masses, such as harmless prisoners thrown against skilled fights in death match disc war or being torn apart by light cycles. Citizens in Argon City all live in terror of being sent to the Coliseum, even the ones cheering when others are killed there. The worst part is you can get sent to the Coliseum for as something trivial as breaking curfew by losing track of the time as Rilo found out.

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* The Coliseum Games in general. Prisoners and lawbreakers are thrown in the Coliseum to die in various ways to entertain the cheering sadistic masses, such as harmless prisoners thrown against skilled fights in death match disc war wars or being torn apart by light cycles. Citizens in Argon City all live in terror of being sent to the Coliseum, even the ones cheering when others are killed there. The worst part is you can get sent to the Coliseum for as something trivial as breaking curfew by losing track of the time as Rilo found out.
19th Jun '17 7:21:53 PM Omnicron13
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** His facial scars expanding to their horrific full extent helps quite a bit in this regard.

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** His facial scars expanding to their horrific full extent in response to his hatred helps quite a bit in this regard.regard. Not to mention the fact how easily he attacks Beck, his supposed friend and successor.


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* The Coliseum Games in general. Prisoners and lawbreakers are thrown in the Coliseum to die in various ways to entertain the cheering sadistic masses, such as harmless prisoners thrown against skilled fights in death match disc war or being torn apart by light cycles. Citizens in Argon City all live in terror of being sent to the Coliseum, even the ones cheering when others are killed there. The worst part is you can get sent to the Coliseum for as something trivial as breaking curfew by losing track of the time as Rilo found out.
19th Jun '17 7:12:25 PM Omnicron13
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* Gorn at the end of the same episode. Faces are not supposed to do that.

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* Gorn at the end of the same episode. Pavel had her face paralyzed by messing with her code so she couldn't reveal his involvement in framing Paige.[[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/gorn_tron_uprising_nightmare_fuel.jpg Faces are not supposed to do that.]]
3rd Mar '17 8:40:24 AM Allronix
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** Cyrus' {{Leitmotif}}, "Compressed Space". In invokes the claustrophobic feeling of what is to be trapped in a damp, cold, dark cell and GoMadFromTheIsolation, just like Cyrus did.

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** Cyrus' {{Leitmotif}}, "Compressed Space". In invokes the claustrophobic feeling of what is to be trapped in a damp, cold, dark cell and GoMadFromTheIsolation, just like Cyrus did.did.
* The scene where Tesler recruits Paige. Not only is is creepy because Tesler is lying through his virtual teeth, but that the scene behind him is a ''hospital'' that's covered in patches of bright color - [[SymbolicBlood the remains of Paige's patients and co-workers]] that he just slaughtered. And even after all this virtual bloobath, his voice is perfectly calm.
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