History WesternAnimation / SpiritStallionOfTheCimarron

13th Mar '18 6:54:29 PM ThatSpyChick
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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: Colonel George Armstrong Custer, simply called [[AnonymousRinger The Colonel]] here. While not a nice guy, he does possess a sense of honor, even [[spoiler:letting Spirit run free at the end upon realizing that he is truly impossible to tame]]. The real Custer led his men into the [[CurbStompBattle Battle of the Little Bighorn]] that got the bulk of them killed, including himself.

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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: Colonel George Armstrong Custer, simply called [[AnonymousRinger The Colonel]] here. While not a nice guy, he does possess a sense of honor, even [[spoiler:letting Spirit run free at the end upon realizing that he is truly impossible to tame]]. The real Custer led his men into the [[CurbStompBattle Battle of the Little Bighorn]] that which got the bulk of them killed, including himself.
13th Mar '18 6:54:01 PM ThatSpyChick
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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: Colonel George Armstrong Custer, simply called [[AnonymousRinger The Colonel]] here. While not a nice guy, he does possess a sense of honor, even [[spoiler:letting Spirit run free at the end upon realizing that he is truly impossible to tame]]. The real Custer led his men into the [[CurbStompBattle Battle of Little Bighorn]] that got the bulk of them killed, including himself.

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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: Colonel George Armstrong Custer, simply called [[AnonymousRinger The Colonel]] here. While not a nice guy, he does possess a sense of honor, even [[spoiler:letting Spirit run free at the end upon realizing that he is truly impossible to tame]]. The real Custer led his men into the [[CurbStompBattle Battle of the Little Bighorn]] that got the bulk of them killed, including himself.
13th Mar '18 4:00:03 PM ThatSpyChick
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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: Colonel George Armstrong Custer, simply called [[AnonymousRinger The Colonel]] here. While not a nice guy, he does possess a sense of honor, even [[spoiler:letting Spirit run free at the end upon realizing that he is truly impossible to tame]]. The real Custer led his men into the [[CurbStompBattle Battle of Little Bighorn]] that got the bulk of them killed, including him.

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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: Colonel George Armstrong Custer, simply called [[AnonymousRinger The Colonel]] here. While not a nice guy, he does possess a sense of honor, even [[spoiler:letting Spirit run free at the end upon realizing that he is truly impossible to tame]]. The real Custer led his men into the [[CurbStompBattle Battle of Little Bighorn]] that got the bulk of them killed, including him.himself.
13th Mar '18 3:18:11 PM ThatSpyChick
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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: Colonel George Armstrong Custer, simply called [[AnonymousRinger The Colonel]] here. While not a nice guy, he does possess a sense of honor, even [[spoiler:letting Spirit run free at the end upon realizing that he is truly impossible to tame]]. The real Custer was a pompous GloryHound with ''massive'' political ambitions who stupidly led his army into an obvious trap at the [[CurbStompBattle Battle of Little Bighorn]] that got the bulk of them killed, including him.

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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: Colonel George Armstrong Custer, simply called [[AnonymousRinger The Colonel]] here. While not a nice guy, he does possess a sense of honor, even [[spoiler:letting Spirit run free at the end upon realizing that he is truly impossible to tame]]. The real Custer was a pompous GloryHound with ''massive'' political ambitions who stupidly led his army men into an obvious trap at the [[CurbStompBattle Battle of Little Bighorn]] that got the bulk of them killed, including him.
2nd Feb '18 3:49:59 PM Greystone101
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** During the attempted breaking of Spirit, he fearlessly stands his ground when Spirit charges the railings of the corral, even as his men flee. He continues to stand, exchanging [[DeathGlare Death Glares]] with the angry, panting Spirit. Bear in mind, he's within such a close a difference that if Spirit (an angry, wild stallion) wanted, he could ''bite his face off''. The man doesn't so much as ''flinch''.
17th Jan '18 2:39:36 PM Pyromania101
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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: Colonel George Armstrong Custer, simply called [[AnonymousRinger The Colonel]] here. While not a nice guy, he does possess a sense of honor, even [[spoiler:letting Spirit run free at the end upon realizing that he is truly impossible to tame]]. The real Custer was a pompous GloryHound with ''massive'' political ambitions who stupidly led his army into an obvious trap at the [[CurbStompBattle Battle of Little Bighorn]] that got the bulk of them killed, including him.
4th Dec '17 1:35:46 PM Pichu-kun
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* {{Disneyesque}}

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* {{Disneyesque}}{{Disneyesque}}: It has a very Disney-like art design.


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* StrayAnimalStory: Spirit is a feral horse[[note]]Though his ancestors have likely lived in the area for generations, Spirit is still a domestic horse. Mustangs are sometimes called "wild horses" but they're not truly wild, they're feral.[[/note]] captured by human settlers. [[spoiler:He's ultimately let back into the wild along with his captive-raised mate.]]
10th Nov '17 5:25:14 AM SimbaTheLionKing
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* GracefulLoser: The Colonel, after Spirit leaps over the canyon. He gives up the chase and accepts defeat with honor.
14th Oct '17 2:11:54 PM tesoroazul90
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* GoodTamingEvilTaming: Little Creek vs. the Colonel in their approaches to Spirit.
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.
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