History WesternAnimation / ClassOfTheTitans

20th Jul '16 2:02:00 PM Omnicron13
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* AllWorkVsAllPlay: Jay is All Work; Neil is All Play. The other heroes fall somewhere in the middle, though they take turns at trying to persuade Jay to relax a little more.

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* AllWorkVsAllPlay: Jay is All Work; Neil is All Play. The other heroes fall somewhere in the middle, though they take turns at trying to persuade Jay to relax a little more. Strangely, they do not attempt to persuade Neil to make more of an effort in tasks.


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* TheOmnipotent: In a cast full of Almighty Janitors aka Greek Gods, Gaea, the Goddess of the Earth, would be this considering neither Zeus nor Cronus could control or defeat. It took an apology just to prevent her from wiping out the main characters.
15th Jul '16 1:06:40 AM PaulA
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** There are numerous shout outs to Creator/RayHarryhausen's Greek mythology movies, especially the Kraken episode, "Get Kraken". The Kraken is actually a [[Myth/NorseMythology Norse]] critter, whose only connection to Greek myth is the movie ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans''. And then of course, there's the show's title.

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** There are numerous shout outs to Creator/RayHarryhausen's Greek mythology movies, especially the Kraken episode, "Get Kraken". The Kraken is actually a [[Myth/NorseMythology Norse]] critter, whose only connection to Greek myth is the movie ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans''.''Film/{{Clash of the Titans|1981}}''. And then of course, there's the show's title.
17th May '16 2:55:51 PM LadyNorbert
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* CrazyJealousGuy: Hades is this concerning his beloved Persephone. She uses it to her advantage when Cronus invades the Underworld in "Cronus Vanquished."



* GreenEyedMonster:
** Somewhat literally, as Envy enjoys ratcheting up people's jealousy to the point where they're willing to kill one another.
** Hades is this concerning his beloved Persephone. She uses this to her advantage when Cronus invades the Underworld in "Cronus Vanquished".

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* GreenEyedMonster:
** Somewhat literally, as
GreenEyedMonster: Envy enjoys ratcheting up people's jealousy to the point where they're willing to kill one another.
** Hades is this concerning his beloved Persephone. She uses this to her advantage when Cronus invades the Underworld in "Cronus Vanquished".
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17th May '16 2:51:58 PM LadyNorbert
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* EverybodyHatesHades: Completely averted. He's a very nice guy, as long as you're not hitting on his wife.



* HeroesWantRedheads: The show has three examples in Jay toward Theresa, Archie toward Atlanta, and Pan towards Atlanta.

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* HeroesWantRedheads: The show has three examples in Jay toward Theresa, Archie toward Atlanta, and Pan towards Atlanta.Atlanta (and vice versa, in fact, for that one episode).



* IHaveYourWife: Cronus uses this on Eros in "Bows and Eros", holding Psyche hostage in exchange for the god of love's cooperation.

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* IHaveYourWife: Cronus uses this on Eros in "Bows and Eros", Eros," holding Psyche hostage in exchange for the god of love's cooperation.



** 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", Not," the entire cast, except Neil, lose their memories due to exposure to the river Lethe. [[AmnesiacGod This also includes Cronus.]]



* MembershipToken: Each of the seven heroes has a monogrammed golden pendant, which they found or were given just prior to the start of the series. The pendants are actually keys which allow them to access hidden parts of the school, like the janitor's closet which houses the gods' secret entrance. Cronus knows that they exist and that they're important, but he doesn't know exactly ''what'' they do; in "Cronus Keystroke", he steals one and attempts to make a copy so he can figure it out.
* MindControlMusic: Used by Cronus in "The Nature of Things", in which he otherwise never appears, to force the demigod Pan to do his bidding. Pan turns around and uses it on several female students at the school, including Atlanta.

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* MembershipToken: Each of the seven heroes has a monogrammed golden pendant, which they found or were given just prior to the start of the series. The pendants are actually keys which allow them to access hidden parts of the school, like the janitor's closet which houses the gods' secret entrance. Cronus knows that they exist and that they're important, but he doesn't know exactly ''what'' they do; in "Cronus Keystroke", Keystroke," he steals one and attempts to make a copy so he can figure it out.
* MindControlMusic: Used by Cronus in "The Nature of Things", Things," in which he otherwise never appears, to force the demigod Pan to do his bidding. Pan turns around and uses it on several female students at the school, including Atlanta.



* PapaWolf[=/=]TeamDad:
** 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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* PapaWolf[=/=]TeamDad:
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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!"



* TeamMom:
** Athena fills this role in an official capacity, serving as the seven heroes' resident dorm mother and protector. She's an excellent cook and frequently has to scold Herry for cleaning out the refrigerator.
** Herry's grandmother. Once they're introduced to her, all of the heroes refer to and address her as "Granny." She's the only parental figure who is confirmed to be told the truth about what the kids do, and even helps them take on Cronus.

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* TeamMom:
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TeamDad: Chiron, as noted above under PapaWolf.
* TeamMom:
Athena fills this role in an official capacity, serving as the seven heroes' resident dorm mother and protector. She's an excellent cook and frequently has to scold Herry for cleaning out the refrigerator.
** Herry's grandmother.grandmother is the Team Granny. Once they're introduced to her, all of the heroes refer to and address her as "Granny." She's the only parental figure who is confirmed to be told the truth about what the kids do, and even helps them take on Cronus.
11th May '16 8:59:12 PM LadyNorbert
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* {{Protectorate}}: As the destined heroes of prophecy, the seven kids regard the world this way; even moreso, however, they will do just about anything to protect each other.



* ShoutOut: Several, often of which are very clever:

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* ShoutOut: Several, often of which are often very clever:
11th May '16 8:59:12 PM LadyNorbert
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6th May '16 11:09:32 PM jormis29
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* BiggerOnTheInside: How Hope describes the interior of Pandora's Box.

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* BiggerOnTheInside: How Hope describes the interior of Pandora's Box.PandorasBox.
6th May '16 7:15:19 PM ryanasaurus0077
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-->"Sleep well, mortals. Tomorrow brings the dawn of a new era, and those who live through it will serve me... Neh, who am I kidding? No one's going to live through it! Ha ha ha! No one! Aha ha ha!"

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-->"Sleep --->"Sleep well, mortals. Tomorrow brings the dawn of a new era, and those who live through it will serve me... Neh, who am I kidding? No one's going to live through it! Ha ha ha! No one! Aha ha ha!"
6th May '16 5:34:44 AM PF
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* GreenEyedMonster: Somewhat literally, as Envy enjoys ratcheting up people's jealousy to the point where they're willing to kill one another.

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* GreenEyedMonster: GreenEyedMonster:
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Somewhat literally, as Envy enjoys ratcheting up people's jealousy to the point where they're willing to kill one another.



* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Persephone is presented this way usually, although she does have her moments. See YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry.

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* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Persephone is usually presented this way usually, way, although she does have her moments. See YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry.



* HeroesWantRedheads: The show has two examples in Jay toward Theresa, and Archie toward Atlanta. Special mention goes to the fact that all four are heroes.
** There's even a third example if you count Pan and Atlanta. Bonus points for the fact that they ''both'' have red hair.

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* HeroesWantRedheads: The show has two three examples in Jay toward Theresa, and Archie toward Atlanta, and Pan towards Atlanta. Special mention goes to the fact that all four are heroes.
** There's even a third example if you count Pan and Atlanta. Bonus points for the fact that they ''both'' have red hair.



** Ares and Hephaestus have shades of this as well.

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** Ares and Hephaestus have shades of this as well.this.



** Also happens in any episode where a character is hypnotized into serving Cronus or one of his minions. Once the mind control is broken, they usually have no memory of what happened.

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** Also This happens in any episode where a character is hypnotized into serving Cronus or one of his minions. Once the mind control is broken, they usually have no memory of what happened.
6th May '16 5:26:34 AM PF
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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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** 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,'' ''rage'', declaring that he will take revenge on Cronus "in this world or the next!"
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