History WesternAnimation / StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries

26th Nov '17 10:38:15 AM nombretomado
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: By [[GermanTVStations German TV station ZDF]].

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: By [[GermanTVStations [[UsefulNotes/GermanTVStations German TV station ZDF]].
15th Nov '17 12:38:24 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* WingedHumanoid: The Skorr show up in several episodes.

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* WingedHumanoid: The Skorr show up in several episodes.Skorr, a race of bird-people who were the the focus of the episode "The Jihad".



* WorldOfChaos: The planet in "The Magicks of Megas-Tu", and the so-called "Mad Planet" in "Jihad".

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* WorldOfChaos: The planet in "The Magicks of Megas-Tu", and the so-called "Mad Planet" in "Jihad"."The Jihad".
15th Oct '17 11:00:24 PM PaulA
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* DolledUpInstallment: "The Slaver Weapon", from Creator/LarryNiven's "[[Literature/KnownSpace The Soft Weapon]]".

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* DolledUpInstallment: "The Slaver Weapon", from Creator/LarryNiven's "[[Literature/KnownSpace The Soft Weapon]]"."Literature/TheSoftWeapon".



* NoMacGuffinNoWinner: In the end of "The Slaver Weapon", both the Starfleet personnel and the [[KnownSpace Kzinti]] renegades want to get the titular LostTechnology because of its awesome power: a beam that causes [[EarthShatteringKaboom total conversion of matter into energy]].
-->'''Sulu''': It would have looked nice in some museum.
-->'''Spock''': It never would have reached a museum, Lieutenant. There was too much power in that one setting. If not the Kzinti, the Klingons or some other species would have tried to possess it.

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* NoMacGuffinNoWinner: In the end of "The Slaver Weapon", both the Starfleet personnel and the [[KnownSpace [[Literature/KnownSpace Kzinti]] renegades want to get the titular LostTechnology because of its awesome power: a beam that causes [[EarthShatteringKaboom total conversion of matter into energy]].
-->'''Sulu''': -->'''Sulu:''' It would have looked nice in some museum.
-->'''Spock''':
museum.\\
'''Spock:'''
It never would have reached a museum, Lieutenant. There was too much power in that one setting. If not the Kzinti, the Klingons or some other species would have tried to possess it.



-->'''Head Female Theela''': To survive we must vitalize each 27 years of your time.

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-->'''Head Female Theela''': Theela:''' To survive we must vitalize each 27 years of your time.
29th Jul '17 12:03:00 PM jamespolk
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Given the reality that it was produced by Creator/{{Filmation}}, the animation is typically the studio's ultra-cheap style. However, they more than made up for that with the presence of most of the original cast and the writers as well. The result is a show that might not have had the best animation, but still boasts spectacular imagery and believably non-human aliens that the original show could never depict, while still reasonably keeping to its artistic spirit. As a result, this series is the best example of the AnimatedAdaptation concept in UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation, and was so good that it won the franchise's first ever Emmy Award.

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Given the reality that it was produced by Creator/{{Filmation}}, the animation is typically the studio's ultra-cheap style. However, they more than made up for that with the presence of most of the original cast--in fact, all of the original cast and except Walter Koenig (Chekhov)--and the writers as well. The result is a show that might not have had the best animation, but still boasts spectacular imagery and believably non-human aliens that the original show could never depict, while still reasonably keeping to its artistic spirit. As a result, this series is the best example of the AnimatedAdaptation concept in UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation, and was so good that it won the franchise's first ever Emmy Award.
26th Jun '17 2:49:57 AM Arivne
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* GirlsNightOutEpisode: In "The Lorelei Signal", Uhura and Chapel have to lead an all-female rescue team due to the planet's inhabitants' ability to drain men of their life forces.

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* GirlsNightOutEpisode: In "The Lorelei Signal", Uhura and Chapel have to lead an all-female rescue team due to the planet's inhabitants' ability to drain men of their life forces.LifeEnergy.



* TwoOfYourEarthMinutes: "The Lorelei Signal". Every 27 years, a starship is lured to a planet where female aliens drain the life force of the male crew members. While explaining the situation to Lieutenant Uhura:

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* TwoOfYourEarthMinutes: "The Lorelei Signal". Every 27 years, a starship is lured to a planet where female aliens drain the life force LifeEnergy of the male crew members. While explaining the situation to Lieutenant Uhura:



* WhoWantsToLiveForever: In "The Lorelei Signal", the women of the second planet of the Taurean system neither age nor die. However, any men on the planet die quickly. They must lure humanoid males to their planet once every 27 years and drain them of their Life Force in order to survive. They can't escape their planet and they can't even have children.

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* WhoWantsToLiveForever: In "The Lorelei Signal", the women of the second planet of the Taurean system neither age nor die. However, any men on the planet die quickly. They must lure humanoid males to their planet once every 27 years and drain them of their Life Force LifeEnergy in order to survive. They can't escape their planet and they can't even have children.
3rd Mar '17 10:26:47 PM Gideoncrawle
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* CatSmile:
** The cat-like Lieutenant M'Ress has one constantly.
** Averted by the Kzinti in "The Slaver Weapon", and in particular their telepath (Kzinti telepaths in general are stated to be manic-depressive).

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* CatSmile:
** The cat-like
CatSmile: Lieutenant M'Ress has one constantly.
** Averted by the Kzinti in "The Slaver Weapon", and in particular their telepath (Kzinti telepaths in general are stated
constantly, due to be manic-depressive).her cat-like anatomy.



* NeverSayDie: [[AvertedTrope Actively averted]], which became a rather large source of controversy in the episode "Yesteryear".
27th Feb '17 5:49:34 AM Ccook1956
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* PrecisionFStrike: A quite mild example from "The Magicks Of Megas-tu," when Asmodeus describes the Earth from where the Enterprise crew came from as "hellish."
* PsychicStatic: Used to defeat the Kzinti telepath in "The Slaver Weapon".

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* PrecisionFStrike: A quite mild example from "The Magicks Of Megas-tu," when Asmodeus describes the Earth from where the Enterprise crew came from as "hellish."
* PsychicStatic: Used to defeat the Kzinti telepath in "The Slaver Weapon".
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* PsychicStatic: Used to defeat the Kzinti telepath in "The Slaver Weapon".
27th Feb '17 5:46:45 AM Ccook1956
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* PrecisionFStrike: A quite mild example from "The Magicks Of Megas-tu," when Asmodeus describes the Earth from where the Enterprise crew came from as "hellish."
4th Jan '17 6:25:53 PM MarkLungo
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Given the reality that it was produced by Creator/{{Filmation}}, the animation is typically the studio's ultra-cheap style. However, they more than made up for that with most of the original cast and the writers as well. The result is a show that might not have had the best animation, but still boasts spectacular imagery and believably non-human aliens that the original show could never depict, while still reasonably keeping to its artistic spirit. As a result, this series is the best example of the AnimatedAdaptation concept in UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation, and was so good that it won the franchise's first ever Emmy Award.

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Given the reality that it was produced by Creator/{{Filmation}}, the animation is typically the studio's ultra-cheap style. However, they more than made up for that with the presence of most of the original cast and the writers as well. The result is a show that might not have had the best animation, but still boasts spectacular imagery and believably non-human aliens that the original show could never depict, while still reasonably keeping to its artistic spirit. As a result, this series is the best example of the AnimatedAdaptation concept in UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation, and was so good that it won the franchise's first ever Emmy Award.
18th Nov '16 2:19:32 PM eowynjedi
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* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: Apparently, Keniclus' master plan won't work without making Spock ''enormous'', the better to force everyone to be peaceful, apparently. (He himself is also a giant.)


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* ContinuityNod: Sulu is quite interested in the plant life of Phylos, harking back to his garden in one episode of the live-action series.


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* ShootTheDog: Young Spock is forced to make this choice in "Yesteryear" when his pet sehlat, I-Chaya, takes an attack for him. The local healer tells him that he ''can'' save I-Chaya, but the creature's venom would leave him in constant pain. Spock chooses the MercyKill.


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* WizardDuel: Kirk takes on Asmodeus, the leader of the Megans in "The Magicks of Megas-Tu" despite being hopelessly outclasssed.
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