History WesternAnimation / CaptainNTheGameMaster

30th Jan '16 4:17:30 PM WillKeaton
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* ValleyGril: Stacey from the Season 2 episode "the Big Game" is, like, totally, this trope.
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* ValleyGril: ValleyGirl: Stacey from the Season 2 episode "the Big Game" is, like, totally, this trope.
30th Jan '16 4:16:47 PM WillKeaton
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** Though he didn't have an antidote to the love arrows right away (which you think he would have had)
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** Though he didn't have an antidote to the love arrows right away (which you think he would have had)had).

* WeaponTwirling: Kevin does it practically twice an episode. * WholePlotReference: Naturally, this being the kind of show that it is, some episodes will reference the plot of a single game wholesale; for example "Mega Trouble in Mega-Land" largely references the plot of ''VideoGame/MegaMan1'', "Quest For The Potion of Power" references ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink'', etc (other episodes, while taking place in the world of a particular game, don't necessarily have much to do with the plot of the game in question).
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* WeaponTwirling: Kevin does it practically twice an episode. ValleyGril: Stacey from the Season 2 episode "the Big Game" is, like, totally, this trope. * WholePlotReference: Naturally, this being the kind of show that it is, some episodes will reference the plot of a single game wholesale; for example "Mega Trouble in Mega-Land" largely references the plot of ''VideoGame/MegaMan1'', "Quest For The Potion of Power" references ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink'', etc (other etc. (Other episodes, while taking place in the world of a particular game, don't necessarily have much to do with the plot of the game in question).question.)
30th Jan '16 3:26:03 PM WillKeaton
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* SummonEverymanHero: In the first episode the Ultimate Warp Zone summons perfectly average Kevin Keene to save Videoland using his skill at videogames.
28th Jan '16 12:45:04 PM Silverblade2
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* AdaptationNameChange: Pit from ''VideoGame/KidIcarus'' becomes Kid Icarus.
25th Jan '16 6:36:10 AM Roo
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* FootPop: Samus Aran, of all characters, does this in the comic ''A King Of Shreds And Patches,'' when a thirty-year-old Kevin (of a BadFuture) kisses her. [[http://www.metroid-database.com/manga/captain_n_comics/ch_0006/scaled/sc_cn5-06.jpg While she's in full armor, no less.]]
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* FootPop: FootPopping: Samus Aran, of all characters, does this in the comic ''A King Of Shreds And Patches,'' when a thirty-year-old Kevin (of a BadFuture) kisses her. [[http://www.metroid-database.com/manga/captain_n_comics/ch_0006/scaled/sc_cn5-06.jpg While she's in full armor, no less.]]
25th Jan '16 6:35:37 AM Roo
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* FootPop: Samus Aran, of all characters, does this in the comic ''A King Of Shreds And Patches,'' when a thirty-year-old Kevin (of a BadFuture) kisses her. [[http://www.metroid-database.com/manga/captain_n_comics/ch_0006/scaled/sc_cn5-06.jpg While she's in full armor, no less.]]
13th Jan '16 9:55:17 AM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:345:From left to right: Duke the Dog, Kevin (a.k.a. Captain N), Princess Lana, [[Franchise/{{Castlevania}} Simon Belmont]], VideoGame/MegaMan, and VideoGame/KidIcarus. [[YouDontLookLikeYou Just so that you'd know.]]]]
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[[caption-width-right:345:From [[caption-width-right:345: From left to right: Duke the Dog, Kevin (a.k.a. Captain N), Princess Lana, [[Franchise/{{Castlevania}} Simon Belmont]], VideoGame/MegaMan, and VideoGame/KidIcarus. [[YouDontLookLikeYou Just so that you'd know.]]]]
2nd Dec '15 12:57:23 PM starofjusticev21
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Considering the spotty research the game's known for it might well be coincidence, but one episode reveals that the one game even Captain N couldn't beat was ''The Adventures of Bayou Billy'', which as any NES fan will tell you is one of the hardest and cheapest games on the system.

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** Simon of course considers himself this for Kevin, although his actual ability to measure up to the Game Master is minimal.
18th Nov '15 6:37:24 PM WillKeaton
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* MirrorUniverse: Lana's father, King Charles, is trapped in one. "In Search of the King" from season one has the N Team going there while their evil doubles escaped into the regular universe. Unusually, it's not just character's alignments that are inverted, for example one lady is shown "doing laundry" by covering her clean clothes with dirt.
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* MirrorUniverse: Lana's father, King Charles, is trapped in one. "In Search of the King" from season one has the N Team going there while their evil doubles escaped into the regular universe. Unusually, it's not just character's alignments that are inverted, for inverted. For example one lady is shown "doing laundry" by covering her clean clothes with dirt.
18th Nov '15 6:35:26 PM WillKeaton
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* MirrorUniverse: Lana's father, King Charles, is trapped in one. "In Search of the King" from season one has the N Team going there while their evil doubles escaped into the regular universe. Unusually, it's not just character's alignments that are inverted, for example one lady is shown "doing laundry" by covering her clean clothes with dirt.

* MirrorUniverse: Lana's father, King Charles, is trapped in one. "In Search of the King" from season one has the N Team going there while their evil doubles escaped into the regular universe. Unusually, it's not just character's alignments that are inverted, for example one lady is shown "doing laundry" by covering her clean clothes with dirt.
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