History Series / Raven

10th May '18 3:55:11 PM FanGirl2292
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* OnlySmartPeopleMayPass: The Riddle Bridge challenge in the original series, required a correctly answered question to cross (also ''The Old Troll'', which serve the same basic purpose.)

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* OnlySmartPeopleMayPass: The Riddle Bridge challenge in the original series, required a correctly answered question to cross (also ''The Old Troll'', which serve served the same basic purpose.)



* YouCantGoHomeAgain: In ''Raven: The Island'', Raven is exiled from his home Island of Alaunus for whatever reasons, resulting in him having to send the "warriors" off there to face Nevar alone. He's notably distressed about this and lets it show throughout his brief appearances in the series. (It explains why he wasn't there to help the contestants - though you've got to wonder why this guy is ''getting a bunch of kids'' to do the fighting for him everywhere else, in ''The Island'', that's the explanation you've got.)

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* YouCantGoHomeAgain: In ''Raven: The Island'', Raven is exiled from his home Island of Alaunus for whatever reasons, resulting in him having to send the "warriors" off there to face Nevar alone. He's notably distressed about this and lets it show throughout his brief appearances in the series. (It explains why he wasn't there to help the contestants - though you've got to wonder why this guy is ''getting a bunch of kids'' to do the fighting for him everywhere else, else; in ''The Island'', that's the explanation you've got.)
8th May '18 11:01:40 AM FanGirl2292
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*AnachronismStew: A little with the safety equipment needed during some of the challenges in a show that otherwise has a medieval-esque setting. JustifiedTrope due to the fact that the risk of injury to the warriors needs to be next to nil.
2nd May '18 3:00:10 PM FanGirl2292
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** In the final week of ''The Dragon's Eye'', this is played straight briefly; the final six warriors are this and [[DistressedDude dudes in distress]] in the case of Vesak and Gydan when the feral children try to lock them up. Fortunately Raven is able to save the warriors. Later on the final day, Arkil, Hareb, and Gydan have to free themselves and make a potion to destroy the demon guarding them after getting captured by Nevar in the previous episode and [[DamselOutOfDistress
succeed]].

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** In the final week of ''The Dragon's Eye'', this is played straight briefly; the final six warriors are this and [[DistressedDude dudes in distress]] in the case of Vesak and Gydan when the feral children try to lock them up. Fortunately Raven is able to save the warriors. Later on the final day, Arkil, Hareb, and Gydan have to free themselves and make a potion to destroy the demon guarding them after getting captured by Nevar in the previous episode and [[DamselOutOfDistress
succeed]].
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2nd May '18 2:58:13 PM FanGirl2292
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** In the final week of ''The Dragon's Eye'', this is played straight briefly; the final six warriors are this and [[DistressedDude dudes in distress]] in the case of Vesak and Gydan when the feral children try to lock them up. Fortunately Raven is able to save the warriors. Later on the final day, Arkil, Hareb, and Gydan have to free themselves and make a potion to destroy the demon guarding them after getting captured by Nevar in the previous episode and [[DamselOutOfDistress

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** In **In the final week of ''The Dragon's Eye'', this is played straight briefly; the final six warriors are this and [[DistressedDude dudes in distress]] in the case of Vesak and Gydan when the feral children try to lock them up. Fortunately Raven is able to save the warriors. Later on the final day, Arkil, Hareb, and Gydan have to free themselves and make a potion to destroy the demon guarding them after getting captured by Nevar in the previous episode and [[DamselOutOfDistress
2nd May '18 2:58:08 PM FanGirl2292
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**In the final week of ''The Dragon's Eye'', this is played straight briefly; the final six warriors are this and [[DistressedDude dudes in distress]] in the case of Vesak and Gydan when the feral children try to lock them up. Fortunately Raven is able to save the warriors. Later on the final day, Arkil, Hareb, and Gydan have to free themselves and make a potion to destroy the demon guarding them after getting captured by Nevar in the previous episode and [[DamselOutOfDistress
succeed]].
2nd May '18 2:34:48 PM FanGirl2292
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* FeetFirstIntroduction: done on day two of week one in Series 4 at the beginning of the episode when a close-up of a boot Raven is wearing is seen before the shot switches to one of his face.

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* FeetFirstIntroduction: *FeetFirstIntroduction: done on day two of week one in Series 4 at the beginning of the episode when a close-up of a boot Raven is wearing is seen before the shot switches to one of his face.
2nd May '18 2:34:29 PM FanGirl2292
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*FeetFirstIntroduction: done on day two of week one in Series 4 at the beginning of the episode when a close-up of a boot Raven is wearing is seen before the shot switches to one of his face.
29th Apr '18 3:22:54 PM FanGirl2292
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* YouCantGoHomeAgain: In ''Raven: The Island'', Raven is exiled from his home Island of Alaunaus for whatever reasons, resulting in him having to send the "warriors" off there to face Nevar alone. He's notably distressed about this and lets it show throughout his brief appearances in the series. (It explains why he wasn't there to help the contestants - though you've got to wonder why this guy is ''getting a bunch of kids'' to do the fighting for him everywhere else, in ''The Island'', that's the explanation you've got.)

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* YouCantGoHomeAgain: In ''Raven: The Island'', Raven is exiled from his home Island of Alaunaus Alaunus for whatever reasons, resulting in him having to send the "warriors" off there to face Nevar alone. He's notably distressed about this and lets it show throughout his brief appearances in the series. (It explains why he wasn't there to help the contestants - though you've got to wonder why this guy is ''getting a bunch of kids'' to do the fighting for him everywhere else, in ''The Island'', that's the explanation you've got.)
23rd Apr '18 2:46:45 AM FanGirl2292
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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a few challenges are this such as the High Walk (walking across a high beam) and Tower Build (two teams having to build a tower out of giant blocks).

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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a few challenges are this such as the High Walk (walking across a high beam) and Tower Build (two teams having to build a tower towers out of giant blocks).



** In ''The Dragon's Eye'', there were more girls than boys competing averting the trope for this spin-off.

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** In ''The Dragon's Eye'', Eye'' there were more girls than boys competing competing, averting the trope for this spin-off.
23rd Apr '18 2:24:25 AM FanGirl2292
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*ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a few challenges are this such as the High Walk (walking across a high beam) and Tower Build (two teams having to build a tower out of giant blocks).
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