History WesternAnimation / DungeonsAndDragons

10th Jul '16 10:30:45 AM nombretomado
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** And portraits in ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'', where they were assumed to have been killed by Tiamat. Nice one, BioWare.

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** And portraits in ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'', where they were assumed to have been killed by Tiamat. Nice one, BioWare.Creator/BioWare.
25th Jun '16 8:50:07 PM nombretomado
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** And portraits in ''[[BaldursGate Baldur's Gate]]'', where they were assumed to have been killed by Tiamat. Nice one, BioWare.

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** And portraits in ''[[BaldursGate Baldur's Gate]]'', ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'', where they were assumed to have been killed by Tiamat. Nice one, BioWare.
21st May '16 6:24:30 PM bweb
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* BiggerOnTheInside: Several of the mystical locations they encounter, such as the Tower of the Celestial Knights.


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** In "The Skeleton Warrior", Presto starts a spell by calling out [[JonnyQuest "Sim sim sala..."]].
8th May '16 4:17:23 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* EvilVersusEvil: Venger and Tiamat despise each other; it's implied in at least one episode that the reason he wants the kids' weapons is to use them to fight her.
7th Apr '16 11:06:58 PM LBHills
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* ExactWords: Presto's hat tends to use the laziest interpretation possible. For instance, when he wished for an enemy to be removed from his sight, a bucket was magically conjured to drop onto his head (making it impossible to see the enemy).

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* ExactWords: Presto's hat tends to use the laziest interpretation possible. For instance, when he wished for an enemy to be removed from his sight, a bucket was magically conjured to drop onto his Presto's head (making it impossible to see the enemy).
7th Apr '16 10:47:57 PM LBHills
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'''''Dungeons & Dragons''''' (often referred to by fans as the "D&DC"[[note]]C is for cartoon[[/note]] in order to distinguish it from the game) was an animated television series based on [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons the role-playing game]]. The show was produced by [[Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises Marvel Productions]] and broadcast from 1983 to 1985. The premise had six friends (Hank, Diana, Eric, Presto, Sheila and Bobby) take a ride in an amusement park and suddenly find themselves in a HeroicFantasy setting simply called The Realm. They are instantly garbed in clothes fitting their character classes and quickly gain a companion in [[TeamPet a unicorn foal named Uni]]. A MysteriousBenefactor, known only as Dungeon Master, gives each of them a magic weapon to help them survive in that world and promises to help them find a way home.

Together, the kids look for a way home, but the malevolent villain, Venger, is determined to hunt them down for their weapons as a means of gaining supreme power. Dungeon Master mysteriously appears at seemingly random times, restricting his help to quest assignments and giving advice in the form of cryptic riddles that frustrate the kids to no end.

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'''''Dungeons & Dragons''''' (often referred to by fans as the "D&DC"[[note]]C is for cartoon[[/note]] in order to distinguish it from the game) was an animated television series based on [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons the role-playing game]]. The show was produced by [[Creator/DepatieFrelengEnterprises Marvel Productions]] and broadcast from 1983 to 1985. The premise had six friends (Hank, Diana, Eric, Presto, Sheila and Bobby) take a ride in an amusement park and suddenly find themselves in a HeroicFantasy setting simply called The Realm. They are instantly garbed in clothes fitting their character classes and quickly gain a companion in [[TeamPet a unicorn foal named Uni]]. A MysteriousBenefactor, known only as Dungeon Master, gives each of them a magic weapon an enchanted item to help them survive in that world and promises to help them find a way home.

Together, the kids look for a way home, home... but the malevolent villain, Venger, is determined to hunt them down for their weapons the items they carry as a means of gaining supreme power. Dungeon Master mysteriously appears at seemingly random times, restricting his help to quest assignments and giving advice in the form of cryptic riddles that frustrate the kids to no end.
5th Apr '16 9:21:26 PM LBHills
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* LivingShadow: Venger's servant [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Shadow Demon]].

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* LivingShadow: Venger's servant servant, the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Shadow Demon]].


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* RunOrDie: The gang spends ''almost'' as much time running away as that ''other'' [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo gang of meddling kids,]] and with much better reason.
5th Apr '16 8:54:12 PM LBHills
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* ExactWords: Presto's hat tends to use the laziest interpretation possible. For instance, when he wished for an enemy to be removed from his sight, a bucket was magically conjured to drop onto his head (making it impossible to see the enemy).
4th Apr '16 10:40:41 AM BlackMask5752
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* BareYourMidriff: Diana while wearing her FurBikini.
8th Mar '16 5:26:35 AM DarkStorm
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* AscendedExtra: The entire series and all the characters, as [[http://www.headinjurytheater.com/dnd%20animated%20show.jpg a special D&D handbook]] came with the boxed DVD set that gives 3rd edition stats to the children, Venger and all of the weapons and equipment, along with other show-only aspects, effectively making the cartoon an official part of the D&D game.

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* AscendedExtra: The entire series and all the characters, as [[http://www.headinjurytheater.com/dnd%20animated%20show.jpg a special D&D handbook]] came with the boxed DVD set that gives 3rd edition stats to the children, Venger and all of the weapons and equipment, along with other show-only aspects, effectively making the cartoon an official part of the D&D game. The kids are, however, far more powerful in the book than they appear to be in the series.



* PintSizedPowerhouse: Bobby, although it's likely his strength comes from his club.

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* PintSizedPowerhouse: Bobby, although it's likely his strength comes from his club. (The tie-in D&D book ''The Animated Series Handbook'' implies it's a bit of both - he's unusually strong to begin with, but the club enhances it further to superhuman levels)
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