History WesternAnimation / HotWheelsBattleForce5

29th Jan '16 8:41:03 PM ParagonAngel
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** Battle Force 5 themselves.

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** Battle Force 5 themselves. Vert (leader) is red, and like Krytus, they are both hot-headed and headstrong. Sherman and Spinner (muscle, mind, and wit) are blue. Agura (spec ops) is green, fitting her ranger/tracker/ranger abilities. Stanford (artillery) is purple, fitting considering his royal status and love of DJ/Dubstep, since blacklights (common in such places) have a purple look to them. Zoom (scouting and recon) is yellow, a heroic color in Japan (his home country), and the darker yellow is almost red (like Vert) which is interesting to note because Zoom is quite capable of operating by himself, similar to how Vert was running solo in the first episode.



* CoolOldGuy: Sol

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* CoolOldGuy: SolSol; Jack Wheeler, Vert's father.
29th Jan '16 8:32:36 PM ParagonAngel
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* BrainsAndBrawn: Zemerik is the brains, while Zug is the brawn.

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* BrainsAndBrawn: Zemerik is the brains, while Zug is the brawn. Sherman and Spinner Cortez also qualify: Sherman is the younger (and larger/more muscular) brother, and has even taken out a massive Red Sentient in one punch (Brawn); but he's also one of the smartest of Battle Force 5, alongside Tezz and Sage (Brains). Spinner is the older brother, but is the smallest and physically weakest, and he's not as intelligent as the others. Rather, his Brains are less about hard sciences like physics, but more about intuitive reaction, like pulling off a move he saw in a video game. His hand-eye coordination is exceptional, which requires brain-power. His Brawn also takes an unconventional approach, in that he can often persuade foes much stronger than he is to fight each other and not him. All in all, Sherman is straight-up conventional in both Brains and Brawn, while Spinner is all about being outside the box with both thinking and combat.
3rd Dec '15 10:23:19 AM Nohbody
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** Zug's drillbit hand looks familiar, [[Franchise/{{Bioshock}} especially when he drilled through a Zurk's chest once]].

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** Zug's drillbit hand looks familiar, [[Franchise/{{Bioshock}} [[VideoGame/BioShock especially when he drilled through a Zurk's chest once]].
9th Sep '15 11:52:35 AM HighCrate
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* FiveManBand: Despite the name, there's actually ''eight'' members; although, only five vehicles are allowed through portal at once, and two of them share a single vehicle.
** Vert: TheHero
** Agura: TheLancer + ActionGirl
** Stanford: FriendlySniper (well, ranged weaponry, really, but still)
** Zoom: FragileSpeedster
** Sherman: GeniusBruiser
** Spinner: PluckyComicRelief
** Tezz: SixthRanger + TheSmartGuy
** AJ: TheBigGuy + TheHeart
* FiveBadBand: The Red Sentients
** Krytus: TheBigBad
** Kyburi: TheDragon
** Krylox: TheBrute
** Kytren: DarkChick
** Kyrosys: ColdSniper

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* FiveManBand: Despite the name, there's actually ''eight'' members; although, only five vehicles are allowed through portal at once, and two of them share a single vehicle.
** Vert: TheHero
** Agura: TheLancer + ActionGirl
** Stanford: FriendlySniper (well, ranged weaponry, really, but still)
** Zoom: FragileSpeedster
** Sherman: GeniusBruiser
** Spinner: PluckyComicRelief
** Tezz: SixthRanger + TheSmartGuy
** AJ: TheBigGuy + TheHeart
* FiveBadBand: The Red Sentients
** Krytus: TheBigBad
** Kyburi: TheDragon
** Krylox: TheBrute
** Kytren: DarkChick
** Kyrosys: ColdSniper
16th May '15 7:05:46 PM nombretomado
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*** Furthermore, one episode involved putting a [[Halo3ODST familiar-looking explosive onto]] [[HaloReach a tower within a blue shield]] and then [[{{Halo3}} returning using a portal]].

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*** Furthermore, one episode involved putting a [[Halo3ODST [[VideoGame/Halo3ODST familiar-looking explosive onto]] [[HaloReach [[VideoGame/HaloReach a tower within a blue shield]] and then [[{{Halo3}} [[VideoGame/{{Halo3}} returning using a portal]].
28th Feb '15 7:11:02 AM SeptimusHeap
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** [[DungeonsAndDragons The Shadow Zone is a reflection that lies on the underside of the Multiverse, similar in some ways, but very different in others.]]

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** [[DungeonsAndDragons [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons The Shadow Zone is a reflection that lies on the underside of the Multiverse, similar in some ways, but very different in others.]]
23rd Aug '14 5:14:55 PM MsSamiSDGForce
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* VagueAge: While some fans believe that BF5 could be in their early 20s, the official Battle Force 5 website describes our heroes as a "team of teen drivers."

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* VagueAge: While some fans believe that BF5 could be in their early 20s, the official Battle Force 5 website describes our heroes as a "team of teen drivers."" However, this might have been an exaggeration.
12th Apr '14 2:59:17 AM LongLiveHumour
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** [[SixthRanger New member]] Tezz Volitov is Eastern European, possibly [[NikolaTesla Serbian]]. This series likes this trope.

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** [[SixthRanger New member]] Tezz Volitov is Eastern European, possibly [[NikolaTesla [[UsefulNotes/NikolaTesla Serbian]]. This series likes this trope.
23rd Apr '13 4:55:16 PM tenuousbreaker
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HotWheelsBattleForce5 is an animated series from Nerd Corps, the makers of ''DragonBooster'', ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'' and ''LeagueOfSuperEvil,'' and airs on Creator/CartoonNetwork. It is MerchandiseDriven, much like the previous entries in the ''WesternAnimation/HotWheelsAcceleracers'' franchise, but this is the first one to be an all-out animated series. While the main character, Vert Wheeler, seems to be the same, no mention is made of the previous two works.

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HotWheelsBattleForce5 is an animated series from Nerd Corps, the makers of ''DragonBooster'', ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'' and ''LeagueOfSuperEvil,'' and airs that aired on Creator/CartoonNetwork.Creator/CartoonNetwork from 2009 to 2011. It is MerchandiseDriven, much like the previous entries in the ''WesternAnimation/HotWheelsAcceleracers'' franchise, but this is the first one to be an all-out animated series. While the main character, Vert Wheeler, seems to be the same, no mention is made of the previous two works.
20th Apr '13 7:11:09 PM DrPsyche
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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: The Shadowriders. Sage mentions that the Red Sentients were the ones who started and progressed the war [[spoiler: Though by the Season 2 finale, they are tired of the conflict and make peace. In the third season Korosivash and Karmakaris prove that they're not evil, and the Red Sentient 5 seem to be the exception.]]

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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: The Shadowriders. Shadowriders are a straight example.
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Sage mentions that the Red Sentients were the ones who started and progressed the war [[spoiler: Though by the Season 2 finale, they are tired of the conflict and make peace. In the third season Korosivash and Karmakaris prove that they're not evil, and the Red Sentient 5 seem to be the exception.]]
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