History WesternAnimation / MattHatterChronicles

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For generations, the Hatter family screened movies, not realising that the book known as the Chronicles were releasing the villains into another dimension known as the Multiverse. Defeating those villains became the duty of the Hatter family, but after Alfred Hatter got imprisoned by [[BigBad Lord Tenoroc]] (Kevin Eldon), it is up to his grandson, [[KidHero Matt Hatter]] (Tommy Campbell), to take up this duty. To help him, he is joined by [[ActionGirl Roxie]] (Larissa Murray), a Tracker and [[TheSmartGuy Gomez]] (Marcel [=McCalla=]), a Keeper.

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For generations, the Hatter family screened movies, not realising that the book known as the Chronicles were was releasing the villains into another dimension known as the Multiverse. Defeating those villains became the duty of the Hatter family, but after Alfred Hatter got imprisoned by [[BigBad Lord Tenoroc]] (Kevin Eldon), it is up to his grandson, [[KidHero Matt Hatter]] (Tommy Campbell), to take up this duty. To help him, he is joined by [[ActionGirl Roxie]] (Larissa Murray), a Tracker and [[TheSmartGuy Gomez]] (Marcel [=McCalla=]), a Keeper.



* AdaptationalVillainy: {{Myth/Merlin}}, who is usually portraited as a good wizard, is one of the villains Matt has to fight. Same goes for [[Literature/JourneyToTheWest the Monkey king]], who, while mischievous, was never an actual villain in ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest''

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* AdaptationalVillainy: {{Myth/Merlin}}, who is usually portraited portrayed as a good wizard, is one of the villains Matt has to fight. Same goes for [[Literature/JourneyToTheWest the Monkey king]], who, while mischievous, was never an actual villain in ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest''



** episode 18, the villain of the week, Prowler, actually succeeds in her mission to find a new Star Crystal for Tenoroc's Triple Sphere (which he needed since Craw accidently broke the sphere), and deliver it to him. She is also the only villain Matt fails to capture.
** episode 26: although Matt captures the Villain of the week, a shapeshifter named Switch, Switch succesfully managed to prevent Matt from freeing his grandfather.
* BigNo: One of the villains gave this when he realised that he gained eternal life [[spoiler: only to spend it in prison]].

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** episode 18, 18: the villain of the week, Prowler, actually succeeds in her mission to find a new Star Crystal for Tenoroc's Triple Sphere (which he needed since Craw accidently accidentally broke the sphere), and deliver it to him. She is also the only villain Matt fails to capture.
** episode 26: although Matt captures the Villain of the week, a shapeshifter named Switch, Switch succesfully managed to prevent successfully prevents Matt from freeing his grandfather.
* BigNo: One of the villains gave does this when he realised realises that he he's gained eternal life [[spoiler: only [[spoiler:only to spend it in prison]].



* TheEndOrIsIt: After the Monkey King is defeated and imprissoned, it turns out Gomez still has the Monkey King's crown in his possession. And according to Tenoroc, the crown will keep working even with the Monkey King gone.

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* TheEndOrIsIt: After the Monkey King is defeated and imprissoned, imprisoned, it turns out Gomez still has the Monkey King's crown in his possession. And according to Tenoroc, the crown will keep working even with the Monkey King gone.



* JustAKid: What Matt first met Roxie and Gomez in the first episode, Roxie was dissapointed to learn the new Hatter Hero was just a kid when they were expecting Matt's dad. Gomez then points out that they are kids too.

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* JustAKid: What Matt first met Roxie and Gomez in the first episode, Roxie was dissapointed disappointed to learn the new Hatter Hero was just a kid when they were expecting Matt's dad. Gomez then points out that they are kids too.



* TheParalyzer: Phibious, whose poisenous darts can temporarily paralyze a victim.

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* TheParalyzer: Phibious, whose poisenous poisonous darts can temporarily paralyze a victim.



* SandIsWater: happens frequently whenever the protagonists are in the Sea of Sand realm. Heck, even the realm's name lampshades the trope.

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* SandIsWater: happens Happens frequently whenever the protagonists are in the Sea of Sand realm. Heck, even the realm's name lampshades the trope.
14th Jul '16 4:38:54 AM Maniago
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* SandIsWater: happens frequently whenever the protagonists are in the Sea of Sand realm. Heck, even the realm's name lampshades the trope.
18th Jun '15 10:34:04 PM Maniago
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* MonsterOfTheWeek: the various villains Tenoroc sends out to perform his evil plans. In season 2 Craw actually asks Tenoroc why he [[ZergRush doesn't send multiple villains, or even all of them, at once to overpower the heroes]], two which Tenoroc replies that the Tripple Sphere only has enough power to release one villain at the time. A weakness Tenoroc tries to overcome by using Captain Lightning to harness the power of a lightning storm to give the tripple sphere more power.

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* MonsterOfTheWeek: the various villains Tenoroc sends out to perform his evil plans. In season 2 Craw actually asks Tenoroc why he [[ZergRush doesn't send multiple villains, or even all of them, at once to overpower the heroes]], two which Tenoroc replies that the Tripple Sphere only has enough power to release one villain at the time. A weakness Tenoroc tries to overcome by using Captain Lightning to harness the power of a lightning storm to give the tripple sphere more power.
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* MonsterOfTheWeek: the various villains Tenoroc sends out to perform his evil plans. In season 2 Craw actually asks Tenoroc why he [[ZergRush doesn't send multiple villains, or even all of them, at once to overpower the heroes]], two which Tenoroc replies that the Tripple Sphere only has enough power to release one villain at the time. A weakness Tenoroc tries to overcome by using Captain Lightning to harness the power of a lightning storm to give the tripple sphere more power.


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* WireDilemma: though not with wires but with cubes. When Gomez has to disarm Captain Lightning's trap, he has to remove either a blue or a red cube to do so, but doesn't know which one is the right one. He goes for the red one eventually [[spoiler: which turns out to be the wrong choice]]
8th Jun '15 5:54:13 AM Maniago
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* WhatAnIdiot: Gomez in episode 7. He specifically warns Matt against eating one of Candy Canes candies.... and then he himself eats one, turning him into a marshmallow-haired child.
8th Jun '15 5:53:09 AM Maniago
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* LooksLikeOrlok: Count Venom
29th May '15 12:21:00 AM Maniago
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* TheBadGuyWins: episode 18, the villain of the week, Prowler, actually succeeds in her mission to find a new Star Crystal for Tenoroc's Triple Sphere (which he needed since Craw accidently broke the sphere), and deliver it to him. She is also the only villain Matt fails to capture.

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* TheBadGuyWins: episode TheBadGuyWins:
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18, the villain of the week, Prowler, actually succeeds in her mission to find a new Star Crystal for Tenoroc's Triple Sphere (which he needed since Craw accidently broke the sphere), and deliver it to him. She is also the only villain Matt fails to capture.capture.
**episode 26: although Matt captures the Villain of the week, a shapeshifter named Switch, Switch succesfully managed to prevent Matt from freeing his grandfather.
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* AlwaysNight: Whenever the heroes visit Carnival City, it's always night time.


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* TheEndOrIsIt: After the Monkey King is defeated and imprissoned, it turns out Gomez still has the Monkey King's crown in his possession. And according to Tenoroc, the crown will keep working even with the Monkey King gone.


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* FishPeople: Phibious.


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* NobleDemon: Captain Lightning has shades of this. After Matt releases him, he helps him fight the Zombie Boss, and in a later episode defends the street kids of Carnival City against Magnifico.


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* TheParalyzer: Phibious, whose poisenous darts can temporarily paralyze a victim.
* PsychopathicManchild: Candy Cane.


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* WeaponizedHeadgear: the Zombie Boss can use his hat as a throwing weapon.
* WhatAnIdiot: Gomez in episode 7. He specifically warns Matt against eating one of Candy Canes candies.... and then he himself eats one, turning him into a marshmallow-haired child.
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* CoolPet: Marlon, Matt's tiny pet Tasmanian devil.
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* EvilVersusEvil: Zombie Boss vs. Captain Lightning.
* GodzillaThreshold: When fighting the Zombie Boss, who had managed to turn both Gomez and Roxie into his minions, Matt was desperate enough to [[SummonBiggerFish release Captain Lightning from his prison and let him fight The Zombie Boss]]
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