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19th Jan '17 8:02:22 AM PF
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* GenreSavvy: Cronus is this in many areas.

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* GenreSavvy: Cronus is this in many areas.areas:



** When Cronus gets beaten in the series finale, he mentions that despite the prophecy saying he would be defeated by the seven teens, he is still free and alive with his powers and minions intact. Meaning he was no longer bound by fate to lose in the end, had a chance of definite victory, and could render his attacks against the teens all the more unpredictable. Each of the perks he made plans to immediately use.

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** When Cronus gets beaten in the series finale, he [[spoiler:he mentions that despite the prophecy saying he would be defeated by the seven teens, he is still free and alive with his powers and minions intact. Meaning he was no longer bound by fate to lose in the end, had a chance of definite victory, and could render his attacks against the teens all the more unpredictable. Each of the perks he made plans to immediately use.]]



* VillainHasAPoint: When Theresa became the main villain in the series finale she often exclaimed how unfair it was that her and her friends as human teenagers were forced by vague prophecies into fighting Gods and Monsters instead of being allowed to live normal lives with friends and family and happy futures. Not one person who spoke with her could refute her arguments. The gods simply repeated that the prophecies were absolute and that YouCantFightFate in response. Even her friends expressed blatant discomfort at the realization of the fact their personal lives were negatively affected by their affiliation with the Gods. The only complaint towards her was that she couldn't handle the power she was stealing.

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* VillainHasAPoint: When Theresa [[spoiler:Theresa]] became the main villain in the series finale finale, she often exclaimed exclaims about how unfair it was is that her and her friends as human teenagers were everybody was forced by vague prophecies into fighting for the Gods and Monsters instead of being allowed to live normal lives with friends and family and happy futures. lives. Not one person who spoke with refutes her could refute her arguments. claims. The gods Gods simply repeated that the prophecies were are absolute and that YouCantFightFate in response. Even [[spoiler:Even her friends expressed express blatant discomfort at the realization of the fact their personal lives were negatively affected by their affiliation with the Gods. The only complaint towards her was is that she couldn't can't handle the power she was stealing. she's stealing.]]
19th Jan '17 7:03:29 AM Omnicron13
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** When Cronus gets beaten in the series finale, he mentions that despite the prophecy saying he would be defeated by the seven teens, he is still alive with his powers and minions intact. Meaning he was no longer bound by fate to lose, had a chance of definite victory, and could render his attacks against the teens all the more unpredictable. Each of the perks he made plans to immediately use.

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** When Cronus gets beaten in the series finale, he mentions that despite the prophecy saying he would be defeated by the seven teens, he is still free and alive with his powers and minions intact. Meaning he was no longer bound by fate to lose, lose in the end, had a chance of definite victory, and could render his attacks against the teens all the more unpredictable. Each of the perks he made plans to immediately use.
19th Jan '17 6:55:06 AM Omnicron13
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* VillainHasAPoint: When Theresa became the main villain in the series finale she often exclaimed how unfair it was that her and her friends as human teenagers were forced by vague prophecies into fighting Gods and Monsters instead of being allowed to live normal lives with friends and family and happy futures. Not one person who spoke with her could refute her arguments. The gods simply repeated that the prophecies were absolute and that YouCantFighFate in response. Even her friends expressed blatant discomfort at the realization of the fact their personal lives were negatively affected by their affiliation with the Gods. The only complaint towards her was that she couldn't handle the power she was stealing.

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* VillainHasAPoint: When Theresa became the main villain in the series finale she often exclaimed how unfair it was that her and her friends as human teenagers were forced by vague prophecies into fighting Gods and Monsters instead of being allowed to live normal lives with friends and family and happy futures. Not one person who spoke with her could refute her arguments. The gods simply repeated that the prophecies were absolute and that YouCantFighFate YouCantFightFate in response. Even her friends expressed blatant discomfort at the realization of the fact their personal lives were negatively affected by their affiliation with the Gods. The only complaint towards her was that she couldn't handle the power she was stealing.
19th Jan '17 6:54:29 AM Omnicron13
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* VillainHasAPoint: When Theresa became the main villain in the series finale she often exclaimed how unfair it was that her and her friends as human teenagers were forced by vague prophecies into fighting Gods and Monsters instead of being allowed to live normal lives with friends and family and happy futures. Not one person who spoke with her could refute her arguments, even her friends expressed blatant discomfort at the realization of the fact their personal lives were negatively affected by their affiliation with the Gods. The only complaint towards her was that she couldn't handle the power she was stealing.

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* VillainHasAPoint: When Theresa became the main villain in the series finale she often exclaimed how unfair it was that her and her friends as human teenagers were forced by vague prophecies into fighting Gods and Monsters instead of being allowed to live normal lives with friends and family and happy futures. Not one person who spoke with her could refute her arguments, even arguments. The gods simply repeated that the prophecies were absolute and that YouCantFighFate in response. Even her friends expressed blatant discomfort at the realization of the fact their personal lives were negatively affected by their affiliation with the Gods. The only complaint towards her was that she couldn't handle the power she was stealing.
18th Jan '17 11:48:30 PM Omnicron13
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* DeathTakesAHoliday: In one episode, the Greek Death God Thanatos was captured using his own chains once more by Sisyphus and Cronus, preventing people from dying from accidents or fatal injuries.


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* GenreSavvy: Cronus is this in many areas.
** The first thing Cronus does after breaking out of Tartarus is to walk up to [[BlindSeer the Oracle]] and ask; "What, if anything, can stop me?" For an answer, he was shown images of the seven teens, and he promptly gets to work trying to destroy them, so no one can stop his plans. This is the main reason the Olympian gods recruit them in the first place.
** When Cronus gets beaten in the series finale, he mentions that despite the prophecy saying he would be defeated by the seven teens, he is still alive with his powers and minions intact. Meaning he was no longer bound by fate to lose, had a chance of definite victory, and could render his attacks against the teens all the more unpredictable. Each of the perks he made plans to immediately use.
18th Jan '17 11:36:51 PM Omnicron13
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* ScrewDestiny: Theresa takes this stance in the series finale, getting sick of the prophecies of the Gods running her life and her friends' along with the belief the Gods did not care about any of them. As such, she decides to steal the powers of the Gods in an attempt to stop the prophecies by removing the Gods from power and give herself and her friends normal lives.

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* ScrewDestiny: In a rare HeelFaceTurn version, Theresa takes this stance in the series finale, getting sick of the prophecies of the Gods running her life and her friends' along with the belief the Gods did not care about any of them. them in their millennia long feud against Cronus. [[RageAgainstTheHeavens As such, she decides decided to steal the powers of the Gods in an attempt to stop the prophecies by removing the Gods from power and give herself and her friends normal lives.]] Unfortunately, the more power she gained, the more insane she became.


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* VillainHasAPoint: When Theresa became the main villain in the series finale she often exclaimed how unfair it was that her and her friends as human teenagers were forced by vague prophecies into fighting Gods and Monsters instead of being allowed to live normal lives with friends and family and happy futures. Not one person who spoke with her could refute her arguments, even her friends expressed blatant discomfort at the realization of the fact their personal lives were negatively affected by their affiliation with the Gods. The only complaint towards her was that she couldn't handle the power she was stealing.
18th Jan '17 10:07:02 PM Omnicron13
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* ScrewDestiny: Theresa takes this stance in the series finale, getting sick of the prophecies of the Gods running her life and her friends' along with the belief the Gods did not care about any of them. As such, she decides to steal the powers of the Gods in an attempt to stop the prophecies by removing the Gods from power and give herself and her friends normal lives.
7th Dec '16 12:26:29 PM PF
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** In the episode "Forget Me Not," the entire cast, except Neil, lose their memories due to exposure to the river Lethe. [[AmnesiacGod This also includes Cronus.]]

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** In the episode "Forget Me Not," the entire cast, except Neil, lose their memories due to exposure to the river Lethe. [[AmnesiacGod This also includes Cronus.]]
7th Dec '16 12:25:29 PM PF
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** Also Hades, who absolutely adores Cerberus. He even refers to it as "Puppy!"

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** Also Hades, who absolutely adores Cerberus. He even refers to it as "Puppy!"



* [[ParentalFavoritism God Favoritism]]: Each of the kids seems to be the particular favorite of one of the gods. For instance, Hera is particularly fond of Jay, Hermes of Odie, and Aphrodite of Neil.



* InsultBackfire: In the episode "Man's Worst Enemy", the protagonists discover that the lyre can be used to calm Cerberus down. This prompts the following exchange:

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* InsultBackfire: In the episode "Man's Worst Enemy", the protagonists discover that the lyre can be used to calm Cerberus down. This prompts the following exchange:



* PapaWolf: Chiron. He's most frequently the kids' direct mentor, being the one they go to with questions and for help with mythological research. When Jay is poisoned by Cronus's chimera, he goes into a ''rage'', declaring that he will take revenge on Cronus "in this world or the next!"

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Chiron. He's most frequently the kids' direct mentor, being the one they go to with questions and for help with mythological research. When Jay is poisoned by Cronus's chimera, he goes into a ''rage'', declaring that he will take revenge on Cronus "in this world or the next!"


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* ParentalFavoritism: Each of the kids seems to be the particular favorite of one of the gods. For instance, Hera is particularly fond of Jay, Hermes of Odie, and Aphrodite of Neil.
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