History WesternAnimation / ClassOfTheTitans

27th Dec '17 2:27:33 PM WillKeaton
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* TheMagicTouch: In "Golden Boy," selfish Neil is cursed with the Midas touch by the goddess Nemesis to teach him a lesson.
3rd Nov '17 2:00:57 PM LadyNorbert
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** The gods. Hera in particular frequently speak of the seven teenagers performing various actions "as has been foretold." Odie's above-mentioned TenMinuteRetirement is one example. They never really explain what prophesies they're referencing.

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** The gods. gods, Hera in particular particular, frequently speak of the seven teenagers performing various actions "as has been foretold." Odie's above-mentioned TenMinuteRetirement is one example. They never really explain what prophesies they're referencing.



* CanNotSpitItOut:

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* CanNotSpitItOut: CannotSpitItOut:



* ConvectionSchmonvection: Neil complains about the heat of a volcano in "Many Happy Returns". Otherwise, this is played straight when Archie and Atlanta jump on rocks in the lava.

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* ConvectionSchmonvection: Neil complains about the heat of a volcano in "Many Happy Returns". Returns." Otherwise, this is played straight when Archie and Atlanta jump on rocks in the lava.



* 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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* DeathTakesAHoliday: In one episode, the Greek Death God Thanatos (the Greek god of death) was captured using his own chains once more by Sisyphus and Cronus, preventing people from dying from accidents or fatal injuries.



* EpicFail: Cronus tries to pull a XanatosGambit by sending Herry back in time to complete Hercules' twelve labors before Hercules does, with the the plan being that Herry will either be killed or Hercules will lose his immortality. [[spoiler: Not only does Herry make it through the first three labors, but Hercules managed to show up just after Herry leaves, allowing the bystanders who show up to give Hercules the credit. Cronus pulls Herry back to the present after the third labor, realizing he should've just killed him when he had the chance.]]

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* EpicFail: Cronus tries to pull a XanatosGambit by sending Herry back in time to complete Hercules' the twelve labors of Hercules before Hercules does, with the the plan being that either Herry will either be killed or Hercules will lose his immortality. [[spoiler: Not only does Herry make it through the first three labors, but Hercules managed manages to show up just after Herry leaves, allowing the bystanders who show up to give Hercules the credit. Cronus pulls Herry back to the present after the third labor, realizing he should've just killed him when he had the chance.]]



* FireForgedFriends: The seven kids were all complete strangers until they were attacked by Cronus' mooks and were saved and brought to New Olympia.

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* FireForgedFriends: The seven kids were all complete strangers until they were attacked by Cronus' Cronus's mooks and were saved and brought to New Olympia.



** Hermes seems to have shades of this. He tames ''griffins'' on the side and even baby-talks to them.

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** Hermes seems to have shades of this. He tames ''griffins'' ''griffons'' on the side and even baby-talks to them.



** When Cronus gets beaten in the series finale, [[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.]]

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** When Cronus gets beaten in the series finale, [[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 This meant he was no longer bound by fate to lose in the end, had a chance of definite victory, and could render make his attacks against the teens all the more unpredictable. Each of the perks he made He makes plans to immediately use.use these perks.]]



** Jay's mother and stepfather appear to be this.



* IdenticalGrandson: Jay to Jason, but surprisingly averted with everyone else.



* IdenticalGrandson: Jay to Jason, but surprisingly averted with everyone else.



* LovePotion: In "Bows and Eros", several members of the team are cured of their anger, caused by Eros's evil arrows, by drinking a distillation of pure love. Theresa and Herry are the first two to imbibe, causing Theresa to warily ask if Herry is now going to be in love with her. A bit later, they have this exchange:

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* LovePotion: In "Bows and Eros", Eros," several members of the team are cured of their anger, caused by Eros's evil arrows, by drinking a distillation of pure love. Theresa and Herry are the first two to imbibe, causing Theresa to warily ask if Herry is now going to be in love with her. A bit later, they have this exchange:



** Being based on Greek mythology, this pops up a lot when dealing with monsters. The chimera is a lion/goat/snake creature; the minotaur is half-bull, half-human; griffins are lion/eagle animals; and Typhoeus is a winged beast with ''snakes'' for legs.

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** Being based on Greek mythology, this pops up a lot when dealing with monsters. The chimera is a lion/goat/snake creature; the minotaur is half-bull, half-human; griffins griffons are lion/eagle animals; and Typhoeus is a winged beast with ''snakes'' for legs.



* TheOmnipotent: In a cast full of almighty janitors, a.k.a. Greek Gods, Gaea, Mother Earth herself, would be this considering neither Zeus nor Cronus, strongest of the Gods and Titans, respectively, could neither control or defeat her, only appease her temper and earn her favor. It took an apology from Zeus for not thanking Gaea for saving Zeus from Cronus to prevent her from wiping out the heroes.

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* TheOmnipotent: In a cast full of almighty janitors, a.k.a. Greek Gods, gods, Gaea, Mother Earth herself, would be this considering neither Zeus nor Cronus, strongest of the Gods gods and Titans, respectively, could neither control or defeat her, only appease her temper and earn her favor. It took an apology from Zeus for not thanking Gaea for saving Zeus from Cronus to prevent her from wiping out the heroes.



** The episode title "They Might be G.I. Ants" refers to the band "They Might be Giants".

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** The episode title "They Might be G.I. Ants" refers to the band "They Might be Giants".Music/TheyMightBeGiants.



** The Oracle. In "Chaos 101", Cronus tries to say that the Oracle works for him, but the Oracle tersely reminds him that "I work for ''everyone''." Throughout the series, he proves this, providing information not only for Cronus but also for the seven heroes, of whom he seems to be rather fond.

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** The Oracle. In "Chaos 101", 101," Cronus tries to say that the Oracle works for him, but the Oracle tersely reminds him that "I work for ''everyone''." Throughout the series, he proves this, providing information not only for Cronus but also for the seven heroes, of whom he seems to be rather fond.



* TheUnreveal: "Prisoner Kampe" ends with the seven teens and Granny stranded in the Caucasus Mountains, in Russia, and Odie wonders how they're going to get home. By the next episode, "Little Box of Horrors", they're back at the school, with no explanation as to how they got there.
* VillainHasAPoint: When [[spoiler:Theresa]] became the main villain in the series finale, she exclaims about how unfair it is that everybody was forced into fighting for the Gods instead of being allowed to live normal lives. Not one person refutes her claims. The Gods simply repeated that the prophecies are absolute and that YouCantFightFate in response. [[spoiler:Even her friends 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 is that she can't handle the power she's stealing.]]

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* TheUnreveal: "Prisoner Kampe" ends with the seven teens and Granny stranded in the Caucasus Mountains, in Russia, and Odie wonders how they're going to get home. By the next episode, "Little Box of Horrors", Horrors," they're back at the school, with no explanation as to how they got there.
* VillainHasAPoint: When [[spoiler:Theresa]] became becomes the main villain in the series finale, she exclaims about how unfair it is that everybody was forced into fighting for the Gods gods instead of being allowed to live normal lives. Not one person refutes her claims. The Gods gods simply repeated repeat that the prophecies are absolute and that YouCantFightFate in response. [[spoiler:Even her friends express blatant discomfort at the realization of the fact their personal lives were are negatively affected by their affiliation with the Gods.gods. The only complaint towards her is that she can't handle the power she's stealing.]]
7th Apr '17 12:27:23 PM PF
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*** Definitely Hermes.

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*** ** Definitely Hermes.
7th Apr '17 12:24:56 PM PF
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* {{Adorkable}}: Possibly Archie. Definitely Hermes.

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* {{Adorkable}}: Possibly Archie. {{Adorkable}}:
** Archie occasionally shows signs of this, especially when he is around Atlanta.
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Definitely Hermes.
7th Apr '17 12:43:07 AM Xtifr
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'''''Class of the Titans''''' is a Canadian animated television series created by Studio B Productions and Creator/{{Nelvana}}. The series lasted from December 2005 to February 2008 for a total of 52 episodes in two seasons.

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'''''Class ''Class of the Titans''''' Titans'' is a Canadian animated television series created by Studio B Productions and Creator/{{Nelvana}}. The series lasted from December 2005 to February 2008 for a total of 52 episodes in two seasons.
27th Mar '17 5:31:34 AM PF
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* TheOmnipotent: In a cast full of Almighty Janitors aka Greek Gods, Gaea, Mother Earth herself, would be this considering neither Zeus nor Cronus, strongest of the Gods and Titans respectively, could neither control or defeat her, only appease her temper and earn her favor. It took an apology from Zeus for not thanking Gaea for saving Zeus from Cronus to prevent her from wiping out the heroes.

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* TheOmnipotent: In a cast full of Almighty Janitors aka almighty janitors, a.k.a. Greek Gods, Gaea, Mother Earth herself, would be this considering neither Zeus nor Cronus, strongest of the Gods and Titans Titans, respectively, could neither control or defeat her, only appease her temper and earn her favor. It took an apology from Zeus for not thanking Gaea for saving Zeus from Cronus to prevent her from wiping out the heroes.
26th Mar '17 4:02:07 PM Omnicron13
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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.

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* TheOmnipotent: In a cast full of Almighty Janitors aka Greek Gods, Gaea, the Goddess of the Earth, Mother Earth herself, would be this considering neither Zeus nor Cronus Cronus, strongest of the Gods and Titans respectively, could neither control or defeat. defeat her, only appease her temper and earn her favor. It took an apology just from Zeus for not thanking Gaea for saving Zeus from Cronus to prevent her from wiping out the main characters.heroes.
9th Mar '17 7:26:29 AM PF
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* AccidentalHero: In the episode "Labour Day", it is shown that [[spoiler: Harry]] was the one who completed a few of the 12 labors of Hercules. Hercules merely showed up in time for the masses to give him the credit.

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* AccidentalHero: In the episode "Labour Day", it is shown that [[spoiler: Harry]] Herry]] was the one who completed a few of the 12 labors of Hercules. Hercules merely showed up in time for the masses to give him the credit.
6th Mar '17 2:56:07 PM SonofAkatosh
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* AccidentalHero: In the episode "Labour Day", it is shown that [[spoiler: Herry]] was the one who completed a few of the 12 labors of Hercules. Hercules merely showed up in time for the masses to give him the credit.

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* AccidentalHero: In the episode "Labour Day", it is shown that [[spoiler: Herry]] Harry]] was the one who completed a few of the 12 labors of Hercules. Hercules merely showed up in time for the masses to give him the credit.


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* AgentPeacock: Hades, who is given a rather high voice by Trevor Devall, and a campy personality.


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* ElderlyImmortal: Zeus, who, according to "Time after Time", got that way after sending the kids back to their own time.
22nd Jan '17 9:25:15 PM Omnicron13
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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 in their millennia long feud against Cronus. [[RageAgainstTheHeavens As such, she 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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* ScrewDestiny: In [[spoiler: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 in their millennia long feud against Cronus. [[RageAgainstTheHeavens As such, she 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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