History WesternAnimation / LoonaticsUnleashed

5th Apr '16 7:28:38 AM starofjusticev21
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* InformedAbility: Electro J. Fudd is supposedly the greatest hunter who's ever lived. Even though his every attempt to capture Ace is inadvertently foiled by Duck who never once realizes Fudd was even there. To the point where Fudd thinks he had the most impressive Loonatic figured all wrong. They even go so far as try to apply this to the entire Fudd lineage, even though the shorts eventually started focusing on other villains because Elmer had decayed so much it just seemed mean to have Bugs keep outsmarting him.

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* InformedAbility: Electro J. Fudd is supposedly the greatest hunter who's ever lived. Even lived, even though in spite of his stealth-equipped PoweredArmor and loads of weapons his every attempt to capture catch Ace is inadvertently foiled by Duck who with the Loonatics never once realizes Fudd was even there. To realizing he was ever there until the point where Fudd thinks he had the most impressive Loonatic figured all wrong. very end. They even go so far as try to apply this to the entire Fudd lineage, even though the shorts eventually started focusing on other villains because Elmer had decayed [[VillainDecay decayed]] so much it just seemed mean to have Bugs keep outsmarting him.
26th Mar '16 5:46:05 AM starofjusticev21
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** Boots's futuristic rock lingo sounds like this too, but it's over-the-top enough to probably be deliberate.

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** Boots's futuristic rock lingo sounds like this too, but it's over-the-top enough to probably be deliberate. Helps that he's basically an evil version of the guy who did his voice, Bootsy Collins.



* UnitConfusion: Prince Tweetums says he's only "Three Parsecs old," when a "Parsec" is a unit of ''distance,'' not ''time.''

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* UnitConfusion: Prince Tweetums says he's only "Three Parsecs old," when a "Parsec" is a unit of ''distance,'' distance, not ''time.''time.
26th Mar '16 5:40:52 AM starofjusticev21
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* CluelessAesop: In one episode the villain Sypher steals all the Loonatics' powers one by one. After the entire team's been BroughtDownToNormal, Ace reminds the rest of them that they've still got their skills. This seems as if it's going for a "it's not the powers that make the hero" moral. But do the Loonatics get tricky and come up with a plan that plays to their remaining strengths or lure Sypher into a trap where his stolen powers do him no good? Nope. Tech whips up some PoweredArmor that give them rough approximations of their normal powers and they stomp right in the front door of his hideout to beat him into submission like they would normally.

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* CluelessAesop: In one episode the villain Sypher steals all the Loonatics' powers one by one. After the entire team's been BroughtDownToNormal, Ace reminds the rest of them that they've still got their skills. This seems as if it's going for a "it's not the powers that make the hero" moral. moral and that you should learn to hang in there and keep trying even when the stuff that usually works doesn't. But do the Loonatics get tricky and come up with a plan that plays to their remaining strengths or lure Sypher into a trap where his stolen powers do him no good? Nope. Nope; Tech whips up some PoweredArmor that give them rough approximations of approximates their normal powers and they stomp right in the front door of his hideout to beat him into submission like they would normally.



** Also, Rev's fast talking may or may not be a side effect of his powers. In "Sypher" it's how they notice he's lost his power; he's talking as fast as everyone else. In "The World is My Circus," he still talks fast and Tech talks normally even though they've switched powers.

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** Also, Rev's fast talking may or may not be a side effect of his powers. In "Sypher" it's how they notice he's lost his power; he's talking as fast as everyone else. In "The World is My Circus," he still talks fast and Tech still talks normally even though they've switched powers.



** Also a small subversion as the villains and the many problems in Acmetropolis were also caused by the meteor. Such as: Most of the villains were just normal people who lost it and went insane. The meteor also caused the many problems associated with a planet being knocked out of orbit.

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** Also a small subversion as the villains and the many problems in Acmetropolis were also caused by the meteor. Such as: Most of the villains were just normal people who lost it and went insane. The meteor also caused the many problems associated with a planet being knocked out of orbit.
11th Mar '16 5:46:20 PM Monolaf317
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%%* ComboPlatterPowers
%%* CompetitiveBalance

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%%* ComboPlatterPowers
%%* CompetitiveBalance
* ComboPlatterPowers: What the gang uses.



* CuteBruiser: Lexi

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* CuteBruiser: LexiLexi.



** ExtraOreDinary: Tech

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** ExtraOreDinary: TechTech.



** At least he didn't say he was three lightyears old.

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** At least he didn't say he was three lightyears old.* VomitDiscretionShot: Lexi, in "A Creep In The Deep", when she gets seasick.
20th Feb '16 1:53:33 PM MarkLungo
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Some years from now, this will stand comfortably as one of the most notorious examples of these tropes in action. When initial promos were released, it was going to be even ''more'' dark and edgy, with all the characters being pointier and more demonic looking, with BlankWhiteEyes. But after a large online protest led by a child, they decided to tone it down.
* DeadpanSnarker: Tech E Coyote

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Some years from now, this will stand comfortably as one of the most notorious examples of these tropes this trope in action. When initial promos were released, it showed that the series was going to be even ''more'' dark and edgy, with all the characters being pointier and more demonic looking, with BlankWhiteEyes. But after a large online protest led by a child, they the creators decided to tone it down.
* DeadpanSnarker: Tech E CoyoteE. Coyote.
20th Feb '16 11:08:51 AM wrm5
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* DarkerAndEdgier ''[[XMeetsY meets]]'' RecycledInSPACE: Some years from now, this will stand comfortably as one of the most notorious examples of these tropes in action. When initial promos were released, it was going to be even ''more'' dark and edgy, with all the characters being pointier and more demonic looking, with BlankWhiteEyes. But after a large online protest led by a child, they decided to tone it down.

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* DarkerAndEdgier ''[[XMeetsY meets]]'' RecycledInSPACE: DarkerAndEdgier: Some years from now, this will stand comfortably as one of the most notorious examples of these tropes in action. When initial promos were released, it was going to be even ''more'' dark and edgy, with all the characters being pointier and more demonic looking, with BlankWhiteEyes. But after a large online protest led by a child, they decided to tone it down.



* MagicAIsMagicA: When we first see the villain Sypher, he steals the abilities of a pro athlete. After that the rule change to his power only letting him steal innate abilities (I.e., super powers), not skills.

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* MagicAIsMagicA: MagicAIsMagicA:
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When we first see the villain Sypher, he steals the abilities of a pro athlete. After that the rule change to his power only letting him steal innate abilities (I.e., super powers), not skills.



* MythologyGag: Alien planets are named Blanc (after Looney Tunes voice actor Creator/MelBlanc) and Freleng (after Looney Tunes director Creator/FrizFreleng).
** Also, half of the main characters have powers based upon their ancestors.

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* MythologyGag: MythologyGag:
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Alien planets are named Blanc (after Looney Tunes voice actor Creator/MelBlanc) and Freleng (after Looney Tunes director Creator/FrizFreleng).
** Also, half of the main characters have powers based upon their ancestors.Wile E. Coyote was known for two things: building elaborate traps to catch his nemesis, and being repeatedly destroyed when his traps backfire. So it makes sense that his descendant Tech is a GadgeteerGenius with a HealingFactor.
29th Dec '15 5:22:37 AM starofjusticev21
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** Tech also experiences this due to his HealingFactor. Although strangely a lot less in the second season, which leaned more sharply toward comedy.

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** Tech also experiences this due to his HealingFactor. Although strangely a lot less in the second season, which leaned more sharply toward comedy.comedy; it was actually Duck was frequently the victim of AmusingInjuries.
24th Dec '15 4:20:56 AM starofjusticev21
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* AssholeVictim: The Royal Tweetums. Much like [[{{Expy}} ancestor]] Tweety in his very first 1940s incarnations, Tweetums is a self-centered {{jerkass}} who runs around getting into danger, is very obnoxious, and causes all sorts of pain and suffering for his caretakers when he's not treating them like crap. When foe Sylth Vester comes along, his reasons for trying to take out the little bastard include having had his head shoved into a singularity. And the show wants you to believe installing him on the throne will ''prevent'' centuries of galactic warfare.

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* AssholeVictim: The Royal Tweetums. Much like [[{{Expy}} ancestor]] Tweety in his very first 1940s incarnations, Tweetums is a self-centered {{jerkass}} who runs around getting into danger, is very obnoxious, and causes all sorts of pain and suffering for his caretakers when he's not treating them like crap. When foe Sylth Vester comes along, his reasons for trying to take out the little bastard include having had his head shoved into a singularity.singularity; he and Duck actually ''bond'' some over the abuse Tweetums has put both of them through. And the show wants you to believe installing him on the throne will ''prevent'' centuries of galactic warfare.
6th Oct '15 10:10:38 AM mlsmithca
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-->Lexi: I'm picking up something...
-->Danger Duck: Perhaps a high-pitched dog whistle?

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-->Lexi: -->'''Lexi:''' I'm picking up something...
-->Danger Duck: -->'''Danger Duck:''' Perhaps a high-pitched dog whistle?



** The fact that Ace was originally going to be called Buzz Bunny is either this or DidNotDoTheResearch. Either way, it didn't take long after initial previews for the internet to point out that "Buzz Bunny" is a fairly common nickname for a type of sex toy.

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** The fact that Ace was originally going to be called Buzz Bunny is either this or DidNotDoTheResearch. Either way, it Bunny. It didn't take long after initial previews for the internet to point out that "Buzz Bunny" is a fairly common nickname for a type of sex toy.
6th Oct '15 6:52:49 AM JeremyGrave
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** The fact that Ace was originally going to be called Buzz Bunny is either this or DidNotDoTheResearch. Either way, it didn't take long after initial previews for the internet to point out that "Buzz Bunny" is a fairly common nickname for a type of sex toy.
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