History Series / Cleopatra2525

27th Aug '17 3:01:47 PM Jacob175
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* ActionGirl

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* ActionGirlActionGirl: Helen and Sarge, mostly.



* DoItYourselfThemeTune:Creator/GinaTorres (Hel) sang the theme song.

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* DoItYourselfThemeTune:Creator/GinaTorres DoItYourselfThemeTune: Creator/GinaTorres (Hel) sang the theme song.



* FloralThemeNaming: Sarge's real name is Rose, her sister is Lily

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* FloralThemeNaming: Sarge's real name is Rose, Rose and her sister is LilyLily.



* IFellForHours: Something of a novelty in that it (generally) isn't played for laughs. Indeed, it's pretty much primary mode of transportation in the series.

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* IFellForHours: Something of a novelty in that it (generally) isn't played for laughs. Indeed, it's pretty much the primary mode of transportation in the series.



* PsychicNosebleed: subverted - a telepath spends six months deliberately inducing a nosebleed as part of her escape plan.

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* PsychicNosebleed: subverted Subverted - a telepath spends six months deliberately inducing a nosebleed as part of her escape plan.



* RequiredSecondaryPowers: there is a device that keeps showing up that allows one to be phase-shifted. The person becomes invisible and is able to walk through walls. Hel once brings up the problem of falling through the floor. [[spoiler:Kreegan]] simply mentions that he has worked for months on the problem... and that's all we get as far as explanation. Although he mentions something about a polarized field on the soles of the shoes/feet, there is no mention of how that's powered/operated, and there's absolutely no mention of how phased characters can breathe, let alone talk, especially since they can only be heard by each other, or people with special psychic powers like Reina. Which brings up a bunch of FridgeHorror on its own, especially for Hel's father.

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* RequiredSecondaryPowers: there There is a device that keeps showing up that allows one to be phase-shifted. The person becomes invisible and is able to walk through walls. Hel once brings up the problem of falling through the floor. [[spoiler:Kreegan]] simply mentions that he has worked for months on the problem... and that's all we get as far as explanation. Although he mentions something about a polarized field on the soles of the shoes/feet, there is no mention of how that's powered/operated, and there's absolutely no mention of how phased characters can breathe, let alone talk, especially since they can only be heard by each other, or people with special psychic powers like Reina. Which brings up a bunch of FridgeHorror on its own, especially for Hel's father.



* SleptThroughTheApocalypse: Cleo

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* SleptThroughTheApocalypse: CleoCleo.



* TakingYouWithMe: There are several examples of villains in the story doing or trying this, mostly the Baley "Betrayers." However, the most notable example is Kreegan. [[spoiler: He designed the Baleys to completely exterminate humanity if he dies. It's the only reason Hel didn't kill him when she had the chance.]]
* UndergroundCity

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* TakingYouWithMe: There are several examples of villains in the story doing or trying this, mostly the Baley Bailey "Betrayers." However, the most notable example is Kreegan. [[spoiler: He designed the Baleys Baileys to completely exterminate humanity if he dies. It's the only reason Hel didn't kill him when she had the chance.]]
* UndergroundCityUndergroundCity: As noted, the Baileys pushed humanity underground, so they live in one of these.



* WallCrawl: Raina the evil telepath

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* WallCrawl: Raina the evil telepathtelepath.
29th Dec '16 9:17:08 AM Doug86
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* SheFu: Sarge and Hel (Creator/GinaTorres). Hey, what do you expect in a show made by the same people who made XenaWarriorPrincess?

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* SheFu: Sarge and Hel (Creator/GinaTorres). Hey, what do you expect in a show made by the same people who made XenaWarriorPrincess?''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess''?
27th Dec '16 3:36:14 PM dangerdan97
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* FamilyFriendlyStripper: The title character is an exotic dancer by trade, but the few times her talents are called upon, usually in a seedy bar setting of some sort, she never goes down to anything beyond a relatively modest bikini. In one episode, to create a diversion, she even takes over for a dancer who is wearing far less (but still in a skimpy bikini) and ends up enthralling the crowd with her PG-rated striptease

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* FamilyFriendlyStripper: The title character is an exotic dancer by trade, but the few times her talents are called upon, usually in a seedy bar setting of some sort, she never goes down to anything beyond a relatively modest bikini. In one episode, to create a diversion, she even takes over for a dancer who is wearing far less (but still in a skimpy bikini) and ends up enthralling the crowd with her PG-rated stripteasestriptease.
* FetishFuelFuture: Whew, lad...


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* IFellForHours: Something of a novelty in that it (generally) isn't played for laughs. Indeed, it's pretty much primary mode of transportation in the series.
30th Nov '16 8:11:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* BikiniBar: The title character is an exotic dancer by trade, but the few times her talents are called upon, usually in a seedy bar setting of some sort, she never goes down to anything beyond a relatively modest bikini. In one episode, to create a diversion, she even takes over for a dancer who is wearing far less (but still in a skimpy bikini) and ends up enthralling the crowd with her PG-rated striptease


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* FamilyFriendlyStripper: The title character is an exotic dancer by trade, but the few times her talents are called upon, usually in a seedy bar setting of some sort, she never goes down to anything beyond a relatively modest bikini. In one episode, to create a diversion, she even takes over for a dancer who is wearing far less (but still in a skimpy bikini) and ends up enthralling the crowd with her PG-rated striptease
22nd Apr '16 3:07:17 PM HiddenWindshield
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* DoItYourselfThemeTune:Gina Torres (Hel) sang the theme song.

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* DoItYourselfThemeTune:Gina Torres DoItYourselfThemeTune:Creator/GinaTorres (Hel) sang the theme song.



* SheFu: Sarge and Hel (GinaTorres). Hey, what do you expect in a show made by the same people who made XenaWarriorPrincess?

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* SheFu: Sarge and Hel (GinaTorres).(Creator/GinaTorres). Hey, what do you expect in a show made by the same people who made XenaWarriorPrincess?
22nd Apr '16 3:05:44 PM HiddenWindshield
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* WallCrawl: Raina the evil telepath
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* WallCrawl: Raina the evil telepath
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4th Mar '16 7:09:14 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* BikiniBar: The title character is an exotic dancer by trade, but the few times her talents are called upon, usually in a seedy bar setting of some sort, she never goes down to anything beyond a relatively modest bikini. In one episode, to create a diversion, she even takes over for a dancer who is wearing far less (but still in a skimpy bikini) and ends up enthralling the crowd with her PG-rated striptease
12th Feb '16 5:05:19 AM Harem-author
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* TheReveal: The final episode is mostly Voice debriefing a captured Kreegan, culminating in the reveal that [[spoiler: he mostly like is Bailey, the creator of the Baileys, and that he has thus been alive since before humanity was driven underground]]. The last shot also shows the human resistance is finally launching a full scale counterattack to reclaim the surface. Of course, the Baileys are also preparing for something big.



* TheReveal: The final episode is mostly Voice debriefing a captured Kreegan, culminating in the reveal that [[spoiler: he mostly like is Bailey, the creator of the Baileys, and that he has thus been alive since before humanity was driven underground]]. The last shot also shows the human resistance is finally launching a full scale counterattack to reclaim the surface. Of course, the Baileys are also preparing for something big.

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* TheReveal: The final episode is TakingYouWithMe: There are several examples of villains in the story doing or trying this, mostly Voice debriefing a captured Kreegan, culminating in the reveal that Baley "Betrayers." However, the most notable example is Kreegan. [[spoiler: he mostly like is Bailey, He designed the creator of the Baileys, and that he has thus been alive since before Baleys to completely exterminate humanity was driven underground]]. The last shot also shows if he dies. It's the human resistance is finally launching a full scale counterattack to reclaim only reason Hel didn't kill him when she had the surface. Of course, the Baileys are also preparing for something big.chance.]]
11th Feb '16 7:37:38 PM Harem-author
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* HumanResources: [[spoiler: One of the later episodes reveals that the Baleys are constructed using human body parts.]]



* RequiredSecondaryPowers: there is a device that keeps showing up that allows one to be phase-shifted. The person becomes invisible and is able to walk through walls. Hel once brings up the problem of falling through the floor. [[spoiler:Kreegan]] simply mentions that he has worked for months on the problem... and that's all we get as far as explanation.

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* RequiredSecondaryPowers: there is a device that keeps showing up that allows one to be phase-shifted. The person becomes invisible and is able to walk through walls. Hel once brings up the problem of falling through the floor. [[spoiler:Kreegan]] simply mentions that he has worked for months on the problem... and that's all we get as far as explanation. Although he mentions something about a polarized field on the soles of the shoes/feet, there is no mention of how that's powered/operated, and there's absolutely no mention of how phased characters can breathe, let alone talk, especially since they can only be heard by each other, or people with special psychic powers like Reina. Which brings up a bunch of FridgeHorror on its own, especially for Hel's father.
29th Apr '15 7:06:48 PM cythraul
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* RealSongThemeTune: Zager and Evans' hated "In The Year 2525", with different lyrics.

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* RealSongThemeTune: Zager and Evans' hated "In The Year 2525", with different lyrics.
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