History WesternAnimation / SpiritStallionOfTheCimarron

25th Aug '17 12:26:32 PM rufusluciusivan
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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The Colonel proves to do a better at trying to tame Spirit than all his men combined and would have successfully broken him if Spirit didn't get a heroic second wind.

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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The Colonel proves to do a better job at trying to tame Spirit than all his men combined and would have successfully broken him if Spirit didn't get a heroic second wind.



* VillainousValour: The Colonel manages to almost break Spirit's spirit, doing a better job at taming him than all his soldiers combined. While arguably he weakened him beforehand, Spirit still showed to be a fearsome horse to tame and the Colonel didn't give up even after Spirit crushed him two times against the wooder barrier.

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* VillainousValour: The Colonel manages to almost break Spirit's spirit, doing a better job at taming him than all his soldiers combined. While arguably he weakened him beforehand, Spirit still showed to be a fearsome horse to tame and the Colonel didn't give up even after Spirit crushed slammed him two times against the wooder wooden barrier.
25th Aug '17 12:24:55 PM rufusluciusivan
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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The Colonel proves to do a better at trying to tame Spirit than all his men combined and would have successfully broken him if Spirit didn't get a heroic second wind.



* PetTheDog: At the climax,[[spoiler:when the soldiers ambush Spirit and Little Creek, the latter urges the former to run. Seeing Little Creek barely dodge several bullets, Spirit gallops back to the Lakota and scoops him up on his back, finally allowing him to ride him.]] Eventually, after Spirit [[spoiler:manges to leap across the chasm, the Colonel stops one of his soldiers from shooting him and signals to Spirit that he and Little Creek are free to go.]]

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* PetTheDog: At the climax,[[spoiler:when the soldiers ambush Spirit and Little Creek, the latter urges the former to run. Seeing Little Creek barely dodge several bullets, Spirit gallops back to the Lakota and scoops him up on his back, finally allowing him to ride him.]] Eventually, after Spirit [[spoiler:manges [[spoiler:manages to leap across the chasm, the Colonel stops one of his soldiers from shooting him and signals to Spirit that he and Little Creek are free to go.go, [[WorthyOpponent giving him a respectful nod]].]]


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* VillainousValour: The Colonel manages to almost break Spirit's spirit, doing a better job at taming him than all his soldiers combined. While arguably he weakened him beforehand, Spirit still showed to be a fearsome horse to tame and the Colonel didn't give up even after Spirit crushed him two times against the wooder barrier.
27th Jul '17 4:39:45 PM N8han11
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* OneDimensionalThinking: Justified. Spirit has to escape a train falling down a hill behind him, but it's impossible for him to run to either side as they're covered with large piles of timber the entire way down.



* OneDimensionalThinking: Averted. Spirit has to escape a train falling down a hill behind him, but it's impossible for him to run to either side as they're covered with large piles of timber the entire way down.
18th Jul '17 3:10:05 PM ThatSpyChick
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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account the Colonel was leading at the very front of the charge ''by himself'', leaving him very exposed to retaliative fire.

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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account the Colonel was leading at the very front of the charge ''by himself'', leaving him very exposed to retaliative fire. He does so fearlessly.
17th Jul '17 11:39:26 PM ThatSpyChick
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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account the Colonel was leading at the very front of the charge ''by himself''.

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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account the Colonel was leading at the very front of the charge ''by himself''.himself'', leaving him very exposed to retaliative fire.
17th Jul '17 11:31:18 PM ThatSpyChick
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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account the Colonel was leading the charge at the very front of it ''by himself''.

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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account the Colonel was leading the charge at the very front of it the charge ''by himself''.
17th Jul '17 11:30:28 PM ThatSpyChick
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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account the Colonel was leading the very front of the charge ''by himself''.

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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account the Colonel was leading the charge at the very front of the charge it ''by himself''.
17th Jul '17 11:29:40 PM ThatSpyChick
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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account the Colonel was leading at the very front of the charge ''by himself''.

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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account the Colonel was leading at the very front of the charge ''by himself''.
17th Jul '17 11:21:49 PM ThatSpyChick
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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account just how much more danger the Colonel was in compared to his men, since he led at the very front of the charge ''by himself''.

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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this, if you take into account just how much more danger the Colonel was in compared to his men, since he led leading at the very front of the charge ''by himself''.
17th Jul '17 11:20:50 PM ThatSpyChick
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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this if you take into account just how much more danger the Colonel was in compared to his men, since he led at the very front of the charge ''by himself''.

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** The scene where the Colonel and the Cavalry attack the native village could be seen as an opportunity for this this, if you take into account just how much more danger the Colonel was in compared to his men, since he led at the very front of the charge ''by himself''.
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