History WesternAnimation / HuntikSecretsAndSeekers

19th Apr '16 12:30:00 PM erforce
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** When Dante [[{{IndianaJones}} throws a suit from a train.]] The first episode opens with Lok having an ''Indiana Jones''-style dream, and one of his classmates mockingly calls him "Indy" based on his fashion choice.

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** When Dante [[{{IndianaJones}} [[Franchise/IndianaJones throws a suit from a train.]] The first episode opens with Lok having an ''Indiana Jones''-style ''Franchise/IndianaJones''-style dream, and one of his classmates mockingly calls him "Indy" based on his fashion choice.
13th Apr '16 6:38:31 PM jormis29
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* ChekhovsGun: The goddamn ''Hammer of Thor'': recovered in a first season episode, is strong enough to one-shot the biggest Titan ever seen on screen, but wasn't used anymore due the need for two Seekers to spin the thing before launching it at the victim and it's size (as tall as a man) making it difficult to transport where needed (like when you're fighting [[BigBad The Professor]] and his Legendary Titans). Then in the last episode of the second season, during the final battle between the whole Huntik Foundation and the Bloodspiral Order, the Bloodspiral summons an enormous flying Titan that can easily take down the Foundation's [[CoolPlane Cool Planes]]... And when Montehue reaches one of the planes to help, the pilot gets him to help with using the Hammer, even commenting it had been a good idea to bring it with them. Wind, the Seeker in control of the flying Titan, has barely the time for an OhCrap face before said Titan is one-shotted.

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* ChekhovsGun: The goddamn ''Hammer ''[[{{Mjolnir}} Hammer of Thor'': Thor]]'': recovered in a first season episode, is strong enough to one-shot the biggest Titan ever seen on screen, but wasn't used anymore due the need for two Seekers to spin the thing before launching it at the victim and it's size (as tall as a man) making it difficult to transport where needed (like when you're fighting [[BigBad The Professor]] and his Legendary Titans). Then in the last episode of the second season, during the final battle between the whole Huntik Foundation and the Bloodspiral Order, the Bloodspiral summons an enormous flying Titan that can easily take down the Foundation's [[CoolPlane Cool Planes]]... And when Montehue reaches one of the planes to help, the pilot gets him to help with using the Hammer, even commenting it had been a good idea to bring it with them. Wind, the Seeker in control of the flying Titan, has barely the time for an OhCrap face before said Titan is one-shotted.
23rd Jan '16 7:38:26 PM Arawn999
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* ShoutOut: When Dante [[{{IndianaJones}} throws a suit from a train.]]

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When Dante [[{{IndianaJones}} throws a suit from a train.]]]] The first episode opens with Lok having an ''Indiana Jones''-style dream, and one of his classmates mockingly calls him "Indy" based on his fashion choice.
13th Nov '15 6:31:20 PM ChaoticNovelist
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[[caption-width-right:350:Lok and Sophie]]

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24th Oct '15 5:58:42 PM CountMontoni
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Created by Iginio Straffi, co-produced by Big Bocca Productions and Rainbow S.p.A. (producers of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'') and debuting on the [=CW4Kids=] on January 3, 2009, Huntik is the story of Lok Lambert, a teenager who has a knack for puzzles but is otherwise ordinary. However, that changes when he and classmate Sophie Casterwill discover a journal belonging to Lok's missing father, alongside a mysterious amulet. Within mere moments, they are attacked by "The Suits", henchmen under the employment of "The Organization".

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Created by Iginio Straffi, co-produced by Big Bocca Productions and Rainbow S.p.A. (producers of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'') and debuting on the [=CW4Kids=] on January 3, 2009, Huntik is an {{Animesque}} series that tells the story of Lok Lambert, a teenager who has a knack for puzzles but is otherwise ordinary. However, that changes when he and classmate Sophie Casterwill discover a journal belonging to Lok's missing father, alongside a mysterious amulet. Within mere moments, they are attacked by "The Suits", henchmen under the employment of "The Organization".
24th Oct '15 5:56:12 PM CountMontoni
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* ArchEnemy: The Casterwill family, descendants of the first Seeker Lord Casterwill himself, and the Bloodspirals, followers of Lord Casterwill's ex-friend know only as [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Betrayer]].

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* {{Animesque}}: The art style is somewhere between that of Japanese animation and American Saturday morning cartoons of TheEighties.
* ArchEnemy: The Casterwill family, descendants of the first Seeker Lord Casterwill himself, and the Bloodspirals, followers of Lord Casterwill's ex-friend know only as [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Betrayer]].
24th Oct '15 4:40:56 PM Chicalia
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24th Oct '15 4:24:54 PM Chicalia
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Created by Iginio Straffi, co-produced by Big Bocca Productions and Rainbow S.p.A. (producers of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'') and debuting on the [=CW4Kids=] on January 3, 2009, Huntik is the story of Lok Lambert, a teenager who has a knack for puzzles but is otherwise ordinary. However, that changes when he and classmate Sophie Casterwill discover the journal of Lok's missing father, alongside a mysterious amulet. Within mere moments, they are attacked by "The Suits", henchmen under the employment of "The Organization".

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Created by Iginio Straffi, co-produced by Big Bocca Productions and Rainbow S.p.A. (producers of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'') and debuting on the [=CW4Kids=] on January 3, 2009, Huntik is the story of Lok Lambert, a teenager who has a knack for puzzles but is otherwise ordinary. However, that changes when he and classmate Sophie Casterwill discover the a journal of belonging to Lok's missing father, alongside a mysterious amulet. Within mere moments, they are attacked by "The Suits", henchmen under the employment of "The Organization".
24th Oct '15 4:22:24 PM Chicalia
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24th Oct '15 4:18:32 PM Chicalia
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Lok and Sophie manage to drive away the suits with the help of Dante Vale, a private detective with extensive knowledge on amulets. Dante also informs Lok of his destiny as a Seeker, people who can use magic and bond with magical creatures called Titans, and recruits him into the Huntik Foundation, an alliance of Seekers with noble purposes who try to find and investigate historical and magical artifacts. Now Lok and his friends must use the knowledge of his father's journal to find other Titans and to keep them out of the world domination seeking hands of The Organization.

Season two dwells more on the historical side of the Seekers, and expands on Sophie and the Casterwill family as a whole. The primary {{villains}} are a [[MysteryCult cult]] of sorts called [[AncientConspiracy The Bloodspiral Brotherhood]] led by none other than the previous season's [[TheDragon Dragon]], Rassimov. Teenage orphan Den Fears also joins Lok's group part ways in, [[spoiler:primarily to replace Zhalia who's busy infiltrating said cult to learn of their secrets.]]

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Lok and Sophie manage to drive away the suits with the help of Dante Vale, a private detective with an extensive knowledge on of amulets. Dante also informs Lok of his destiny as a Seeker, people a person who can use magic and bond with magical creatures called Titans, and recruits him into the Huntik Foundation, an alliance of Seekers with noble purposes who try to find and investigate historical and magical artifacts. Now Lok and his new friends must use the knowledge of contained within his father's journal to find other Titans and to keep them out of the world domination seeking world-domination-seeking hands of The Organization.

Season two Two dwells more on the historical side of the Seekers, and expands on Sophie and the Casterwill family as a whole. The primary {{villains}} are a [[MysteryCult cult]] of sorts called [[AncientConspiracy The Bloodspiral Brotherhood]] led by none other than the previous season's [[TheDragon Dragon]], Rassimov. Teenage orphan Den Fears also joins Lok's group part ways way in, [[spoiler:primarily to replace Zhalia who's busy infiltrating said cult to learn of their secrets.]]
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