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4th Dec '16 3:12:03 PM LarryMullen
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* MissingTrailerScene: Nod dangling from Mub's eyestalks after dangling from the branch. Also, Mandrake's line "I'm going to destroy the forest, but I'm only going to do it once, so try to pay attention."
2nd Dec '16 1:08:49 PM QueenSaeryen
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* ReligiousAndMythologicalThemeNaming: Tara is the name of a Tibetan goddess of overcoming obstacles, and Dagda is the name of an Irish creator god.
15th Nov '16 4:34:51 AM Folamh3
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* ConvenientlyInterruptedDocument: The bottom of the scroll about the pod has been pretty much shredded. [[spoiler: Mandrake took it because he didn't want anyone to know what happens when the pod blooms in darkness.]]
17th Jun '16 12:28:09 AM BURGINABC
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* AnthropomorphicPersonification: The Boggans essentially personify death and decay, and have a fungal motif to contrast the plant motif of the Leafmen.

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* AnthropomorphicPersonification: The Boggans essentially personify death and decay, and have a fungal motif to contrast the more verdant and lively plant motif of the Leafmen.
17th Jun '16 12:26:10 AM BURGINABC
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* AnthropomorphicPersonification: The Boggans essentially personify death and decay.

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* AnthropomorphicPersonification: The Boggans essentially personify death and decay.decay, and have a fungal motif to contrast the plant motif of the Leafmen.
17th Jun '16 12:22:27 AM BURGINABC
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* AnthropomorphicPersonification: The Boggans essentially personify death and decay.
10th May '16 12:14:54 AM erforce
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** Professor Bomba's phone uses [[{{Terminator}} Skynet]].

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** Professor Bomba's phone uses [[{{Terminator}} [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} Skynet]].
30th Mar '16 11:00:33 AM N8han11
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: What the good vs. evil element can seem like. The rot-loving Boggans are the bad guys, despite the fact decay is just as much a part of nature as growth is.
** This isn't that at all - the Leafmen say that they need to maintain the balance, not actually destroy the Boggans.

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: What the good vs. evil element can seem like. The rot-loving Boggans are the bad guys, despite the fact decay is just as much a part of nature as growth is.
** This isn't that at all - the Leafmen say that they need to maintain the balance, not actually destroy the Boggans.
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27th Mar '16 8:06:38 AM MacronNotes
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19th Jan '16 6:34:41 AM Pilomotor
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* {{Retirony}}: [[spoiler: Queen Tara is on her last day of being in charge. When she's picking her replacement, the villains show up, and [[WeHardlyKnewYe well...]]]]

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* {{Retirony}}: [[spoiler: Queen Tara is on her last day of being in charge. When she's picking her replacement, the villains show up, and [[WeHardlyKnewYe well...]]]]]]]] Somewhat justified, as this was apparently the only day she would have been vulnerable due to her powers being ready to transfer.



* SkeletonsInTheCoatCloset: The Boggans wear the skulls and skins of their victims.
* SquareCubeLaw: A rare example of the small-scale side of the coin; this is why Leafmen and Boggans [[PintsizedPowerhouse are so strong]] and [[InASingleBound can jump so far]].
** Of course they don't explain this to the audience at all. For those familiar with the law it's a refreshing accuracy, but one wonders how many kids, who don't even know what a cube is, were left wondered why they good guys seemed so indifferent about throwing people off of birds to their apparent death all the time.

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* SkeletonsInTheCoatCloset: The Boggans wear the skulls and skins of their victims.
dead animals.
* SquareCubeLaw: A rare example of the small-scale side of the coin; this is why Leafmen and Boggans [[PintsizedPowerhouse are so strong]] and [[InASingleBound can jump so far]].
far]], and why this automatically applies to MK when she gets shrunk.
** Of course they don't explain this to the audience at all. For those familiar with the law it's a refreshing accuracy, but one wonders how many kids, who don't even know what a cube is, were left wondered wondering why they good guys seemed so indifferent about throwing people off of birds to their apparent death all the time. Until Mandrake fell a long distance and showed it was a slight inconvenience rather than the fatal drop it would've been at human sizes.



* TouchOfDeath: The Boggans' weapons can deteriorate anything they touch. Mandrake's staff is much more potent, able to fell an entire tree with one swing.

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* TouchOfDeath: The Boggans' weapons can deteriorate anything they touch.touch, skeletonizing a bat in seconds. Mandrake's staff is much more potent, able to fell an entire tree with one swing.



* YouKnowImBlackRight: Nod's mockery of the 'Stomper' that they have been misleading for years did not go over well with MK.

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* YouKnowImBlackRight: Nod's mockery of the 'Stomper' that they have been misleading for years did not go over well with MK. Of course, he probably didn't realize it was possible to shrink a human down to leaf-man size.
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