History WesternAnimation / LoonaticsUnleashed

24th Jun '16 5:06:30 AM starofjusticev21
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the episode "Secrets of the Guardian Strike Sword" we have 1) a man named Deuce from Zadavia's past appearing in the city. She angrily tells him to leave but refuses to explain anything about why. This leads to him stealing Ace's powerful sword to use it to revive his robot army so he can take over the galaxy. After this Zadavia explains that Deuce used to be one of her generals but he had an insane lust for power and deserted when she wouldn't give absolute control over to him. If she'd just said so in the first place the danger might've been avoided, but it's pretty much brushed off with nobody questioning her wisdom or leadership. 2) In the process of trying to get the sword back Ace is attacked from behind by Deuce, and calls him out for this dirty trickery. During their duel, Ace takes advantage of Deuce's distraction at one point to attack ''him'' from behind, but the hypocrisy is totally ignored. 3) After getting the Guardian Strike Sword back Ace asks when Zadavia will tell him what all its powers are, and she says she'll do it when the time is right because too much knowledge is dangerous. Danger Duck complains that too little knowledge is also dangerous and an energy blast comes from the sword and zaps him, seeming to punish him for contradicting Zadavia. Even though he was basically saying that knowing how to use a dangerous weapon properly is a good thing. Plus the episode wouldn't have happened at all if not for Zadavia withholding important information from them for no good reason, so the idea that she should just be taken at her word that now's not the time to talk about it seems especially raw right then.

to:

** In the episode "Secrets of the Guardian Strike Sword" we have 1) a man named Deuce from Zadavia's past appearing in the city. She angrily tells him to leave but refuses to explain anything about why. This leads to him stealing Ace's powerful sword to use it to revive his robot army so he can take over the galaxy. After this Zadavia explains that Deuce used to be one of her generals but he had an insane lust for power and deserted when she wouldn't give absolute control over to him. If she'd just said so in the first place the danger might've been avoided, but it's pretty much brushed off with nobody questioning her wisdom or leadership. 2) In the process of trying to get the sword back Ace is attacked from behind by Deuce, and calls him out for this dirty trickery. During their duel, Ace takes advantage of Deuce's distraction at one point to attack ''him'' from behind, but the hypocrisy is totally ignored. 3) After getting the Guardian Strike Sword back Ace asks when Zadavia will tell him what all its powers are, and she says she'll do it when the time is right because too much knowledge is dangerous. Danger Duck complains that too little knowledge is also dangerous and an energy blast comes from the sword and zaps him, seeming to punish him for contradicting Zadavia. Even though he was basically saying that knowing how to use a dangerous weapon properly is a good thing. Plus the episode wouldn't have happened at all if not for Zadavia withholding important information from them for no good reason, so yet the idea that she should just show turns right around and expects it to be taken at her word on faith that now's if she says it's not the time to talk about it seems especially raw right then.this, then it's not the time to talk about it.
17th Jun '16 6:54:21 PM starofjusticev21
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the episode "It Came From Outer Space" Rev and Lexi play with one of Tech's inventions that shoots missiles at an alien who then threatens to invade the planet for this unprovoked attack. Ultimately the alien's driven off and Tech starts setting booby traps in his lab to discourage any further meddling. But nobody's ever really called out on how by ignoring Tech's warning of "don't play in my lab, the things in there are powerful crime-fighting devices," they almost got the planet they're supposed to be detecting destroyed.

to:

** In the episode "It Came From Outer Space" Rev and Lexi play with one of Tech's inventions that shoots missiles at an alien who then threatens to invade the planet for this unprovoked attack. Ultimately the alien's driven off and Tech starts setting booby traps in his lab to discourage any further meddling. But nobody's ever really called out on how by ignoring Tech's warning of "don't play in my lab, the things in there are powerful crime-fighting devices," they almost got the planet they're supposed to be detecting protecting destroyed.
17th Jun '16 6:36:23 PM starofjusticev21
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the episode "It Came From Outer Space" Rev and Lexi play with one of Tech's inventions that shoots missiles at an alien who then threatens to invade the planet for this unprovoked attack. They're never made to face any kind of responsibility for this even though the entire planet comes under attack because the two of them ignored Tech's warnings not to use his inventions like toys. It's never really acknowledged that this is the team's fault, and they're lauded for solving a problem they created.

to:

** In the episode "It Came From Outer Space" Rev and Lexi play with one of Tech's inventions that shoots missiles at an alien who then threatens to invade the planet for this unprovoked attack. They're never made Ultimately the alien's driven off and Tech starts setting booby traps in his lab to face discourage any kind of responsibility for this even though the entire planet comes under attack because the two of them ignored further meddling. But nobody's ever really called out on how by ignoring Tech's warnings not to use his inventions like toys. It's never really acknowledged that this is warning of "don't play in my lab, the team's fault, and things in there are powerful crime-fighting devices," they almost got the planet they're lauded for solving a problem they created.supposed to be detecting destroyed.
17th Jun '16 9:01:45 AM starofjusticev21
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the episode "Secrets of the Guardian Strike Sword" we have 1) a man named Deuce from Zadavia's past appearing in the city. She angrily tells him to leave but refuses to explain anything about why. This leads to him stealing Ace's powerful sword to use it to revive his robot army so he can take over the galaxy. After this Zadavia explains that Deuce used to be one of her generals but he had an insane lust for power and deserted when she wouldn't give absolute control over to him. If she'd just said so in the first place the danger might've been avoided, but it's pretty much brushed off with nobody questioning her wisdom or leadership. 2) In the process of trying to get the sword back Ace is attacked from behind by Deuce, and calls him out for this dirty trickery. During their duel, Ace takes advantage of Deuce's distraction at one point to attack ''him'' from behind, but the hypocrisy is totally ignored. 3) After getting the Guardian Strike Sword back Ace asks when Zadavia will tell him what all its powers are, and she says she'll do it when the time is right because too much knowledge is dangerous. Danger Duck complains that too little knowledge is also dangerous and an energy blast comes from the sword and zaps him, seeming to punish him for contradicting Zadavia. Even though he was basically saying that knowing how to use a dangerous weapon properly is a good thing. Plus the episode wouldn't have happened at all if not for Zadavia withholding important information from them for no good reason.

to:

** In the episode "Secrets of the Guardian Strike Sword" we have 1) a man named Deuce from Zadavia's past appearing in the city. She angrily tells him to leave but refuses to explain anything about why. This leads to him stealing Ace's powerful sword to use it to revive his robot army so he can take over the galaxy. After this Zadavia explains that Deuce used to be one of her generals but he had an insane lust for power and deserted when she wouldn't give absolute control over to him. If she'd just said so in the first place the danger might've been avoided, but it's pretty much brushed off with nobody questioning her wisdom or leadership. 2) In the process of trying to get the sword back Ace is attacked from behind by Deuce, and calls him out for this dirty trickery. During their duel, Ace takes advantage of Deuce's distraction at one point to attack ''him'' from behind, but the hypocrisy is totally ignored. 3) After getting the Guardian Strike Sword back Ace asks when Zadavia will tell him what all its powers are, and she says she'll do it when the time is right because too much knowledge is dangerous. Danger Duck complains that too little knowledge is also dangerous and an energy blast comes from the sword and zaps him, seeming to punish him for contradicting Zadavia. Even though he was basically saying that knowing how to use a dangerous weapon properly is a good thing. Plus the episode wouldn't have happened at all if not for Zadavia withholding important information from them for no good reason.reason, so the idea that she should just be taken at her word that now's not the time to talk about it seems especially raw right then.
17th Jun '16 8:58:45 AM starofjusticev21
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the episode "Secrets of the Guardian Strike Sword" we have 1) a man named Deuce from Zadavia's past appearing in the city. She angrily tells him to leave but refuses to explain anything about why. This leads to him stealing Ace's powerful sword to use it to revive his robot army so he can take over the galaxy. After this Zadavia explains that Deuce used to be one of her generals but he had an insane lust for power and deserted when she wouldn't give absolute control over to him. If she'd just said so in the first place the danger might've been avoided, but it's pretty much brushed off with nobody questioning her wisdom or leadership. 2) In the process of trying to get the sword back Ace is attacked from behind by Deuce, and calls him out for this dirty trickery. During their duel, Ace takes advantage of Deuce's distraction at one point to attack ''him'' from behind, but the hypocrisy is totally ignored. 3) After getting the Guardian Strike Sword back Ace asks when Zadavia will tell him what all its powers are, and she says she'll do it when the time is right because too much knowledge is dangerous. Danger Duck complains that too little knowledge is also dangerous and an energy blast comes from the sword and zaps him, seeming to punish him for contradicting Zadavia. Even though he was basically saying that knowing how to use a dangerous weapon properly is a good thing, and that the episode wouldn't have happened at all if not for Zadavia withholding important information from them for no good reason.

to:

** In the episode "Secrets of the Guardian Strike Sword" we have 1) a man named Deuce from Zadavia's past appearing in the city. She angrily tells him to leave but refuses to explain anything about why. This leads to him stealing Ace's powerful sword to use it to revive his robot army so he can take over the galaxy. After this Zadavia explains that Deuce used to be one of her generals but he had an insane lust for power and deserted when she wouldn't give absolute control over to him. If she'd just said so in the first place the danger might've been avoided, but it's pretty much brushed off with nobody questioning her wisdom or leadership. 2) In the process of trying to get the sword back Ace is attacked from behind by Deuce, and calls him out for this dirty trickery. During their duel, Ace takes advantage of Deuce's distraction at one point to attack ''him'' from behind, but the hypocrisy is totally ignored. 3) After getting the Guardian Strike Sword back Ace asks when Zadavia will tell him what all its powers are, and she says she'll do it when the time is right because too much knowledge is dangerous. Danger Duck complains that too little knowledge is also dangerous and an energy blast comes from the sword and zaps him, seeming to punish him for contradicting Zadavia. Even though he was basically saying that knowing how to use a dangerous weapon properly is a good thing, and that thing. Plus the episode wouldn't have happened at all if not for Zadavia withholding important information from them for no good reason.
17th Jun '16 7:31:46 AM starofjusticev21
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the episode "Secrets of the Guardian Strike Sword" we have 1) a man named Deuce from Zadavia's past appearing in the city. She angrily tells him to leave but refuses to explain anything about why. This leads to him stealing Ace's powerful sword to use it to revive his robot army so he can take over the galaxy. After this Zadavia explains that Deuce used to be one of her generals but he had an insane lust for power and deserted when she wouldn't give absolute control over to him. If she'd just said so in the first place the danger might've been avoided, but it's pretty much brushed off with nobody questioning her wisdom or leadership. 2) In the process of trying to get the sword back Ace is attacked from behind by Deuce. During their duel, Ace takes advantage of Deuce's distraction at one point to attack ''him'' from behind, but the hypocrisy is totally ignored. 3) After getting the Guardian Strike Sword back Ace asks when Zadavia will tell him what all its powers are, and she says she'll do it when the time is right because too much knowledge is dangerous. Danger Duck complains that too little knowledge is also dangerous and an energy blast comes from the sword and zaps him, seeming to punish him for contradicting Zadavia. Even though he was basically saying that knowing how to use a dangerous weapon properly is a good thing, and that the episode wouldn't have happened at all if not for Zadavia withholding important information from them for no good reason.

to:

** In the episode "Secrets of the Guardian Strike Sword" we have 1) a man named Deuce from Zadavia's past appearing in the city. She angrily tells him to leave but refuses to explain anything about why. This leads to him stealing Ace's powerful sword to use it to revive his robot army so he can take over the galaxy. After this Zadavia explains that Deuce used to be one of her generals but he had an insane lust for power and deserted when she wouldn't give absolute control over to him. If she'd just said so in the first place the danger might've been avoided, but it's pretty much brushed off with nobody questioning her wisdom or leadership. 2) In the process of trying to get the sword back Ace is attacked from behind by Deuce.Deuce, and calls him out for this dirty trickery. During their duel, Ace takes advantage of Deuce's distraction at one point to attack ''him'' from behind, but the hypocrisy is totally ignored. 3) After getting the Guardian Strike Sword back Ace asks when Zadavia will tell him what all its powers are, and she says she'll do it when the time is right because too much knowledge is dangerous. Danger Duck complains that too little knowledge is also dangerous and an energy blast comes from the sword and zaps him, seeming to punish him for contradicting Zadavia. Even though he was basically saying that knowing how to use a dangerous weapon properly is a good thing, and that the episode wouldn't have happened at all if not for Zadavia withholding important information from them for no good reason.
17th Jun '16 7:26:08 AM starofjusticev21
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the episode "It Came From Outer Space" Rev and Lexi play with one of Tech's inventions that shoots missiles at an alien who then threatens to invade the planet for this unprovoked attack. They're never made to face any kind of responsibility for this even though the entire planet comes under attack because the two of them ignored Tech's warnings not to use his inventions like toys. It's never acknowledged that this is the team's fault, and they're lauded for solving a problem they created.

to:

** In the episode "It Came From Outer Space" Rev and Lexi play with one of Tech's inventions that shoots missiles at an alien who then threatens to invade the planet for this unprovoked attack. They're never made to face any kind of responsibility for this even though the entire planet comes under attack because the two of them ignored Tech's warnings not to use his inventions like toys. It's never really acknowledged that this is the team's fault, and they're lauded for solving a problem they created.
17th Jun '16 7:24:38 AM starofjusticev21
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the episode "It Came From Outer Space" Rev and Lexi play with one of Tech's inventions that shoots missiles at an alien who then threatens to invade the planet for this unprovoked attack. They're never made to face any kind of responsibility for this even the entire planet comes under attack because the two of them ignored Tech's warnings not to use his inventions like toys.

to:

** In the episode "It Came From Outer Space" Rev and Lexi play with one of Tech's inventions that shoots missiles at an alien who then threatens to invade the planet for this unprovoked attack. They're never made to face any kind of responsibility for this even though the entire planet comes under attack because the two of them ignored Tech's warnings not to use his inventions like toys.toys. It's never acknowledged that this is the team's fault, and they're lauded for solving a problem they created.
17th Jun '16 7:19:55 AM starofjusticev21
Is there an issue? Send a Message


%%* ProtagonistCenteredMorality: Regardless of the circumstances or the actual points they make, Zadavia, Ace and Lexi are pretty much always treated as being in the right because they're the "cool" team leaders. Whereas Danger Duck's kind of a jerk and gloryhound, so he's always wrong and the other team members are allowed to act as harsh to him as they want.

to:

%%* * ProtagonistCenteredMorality: Regardless of the circumstances or the actual points they make, Zadavia, Ace and Lexi are pretty much always treated as being in the right because they're the "cool" team leaders. Whereas Danger Duck's kind of a jerk and gloryhound, so he's always wrong and the other team members are allowed to act as harsh to him as they want.want.
** In the episode "Secrets of the Guardian Strike Sword" we have 1) a man named Deuce from Zadavia's past appearing in the city. She angrily tells him to leave but refuses to explain anything about why. This leads to him stealing Ace's powerful sword to use it to revive his robot army so he can take over the galaxy. After this Zadavia explains that Deuce used to be one of her generals but he had an insane lust for power and deserted when she wouldn't give absolute control over to him. If she'd just said so in the first place the danger might've been avoided, but it's pretty much brushed off with nobody questioning her wisdom or leadership. 2) In the process of trying to get the sword back Ace is attacked from behind by Deuce. During their duel, Ace takes advantage of Deuce's distraction at one point to attack ''him'' from behind, but the hypocrisy is totally ignored. 3) After getting the Guardian Strike Sword back Ace asks when Zadavia will tell him what all its powers are, and she says she'll do it when the time is right because too much knowledge is dangerous. Danger Duck complains that too little knowledge is also dangerous and an energy blast comes from the sword and zaps him, seeming to punish him for contradicting Zadavia. Even though he was basically saying that knowing how to use a dangerous weapon properly is a good thing, and that the episode wouldn't have happened at all if not for Zadavia withholding important information from them for no good reason.
** In the episode "It Came From Outer Space" Rev and Lexi play with one of Tech's inventions that shoots missiles at an alien who then threatens to invade the planet for this unprovoked attack. They're never made to face any kind of responsibility for this even the entire planet comes under attack because the two of them ignored Tech's warnings not to use his inventions like toys.
15th Jun '16 1:44:37 PM Morgenthaler
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* FiveManBand
** TheLeader: Ace Bunny
** TheLancer: Danger Duck
** TheSmartGuy: Tech E. Coyote
** TheBigGuy: Slam Tasmanian
** TheChick: Lexi Bunny
** KidAppealCharacter: Rev Runner
This list shows the last 10 events of 194. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=WesternAnimation.LoonaticsUnleashed