History WesternAnimation / StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries

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.
11th Nov '16 5:51:09 PM eowynjedi
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Somehow they got away with having Kirk and co. befriend Satan--yes, ''that'' Satan--in "The Magics of Megas-Tu", in the guise of "Lucien." He's presented as a TricksterArchetype.
13th Oct '16 2:18:59 PM BabClayton
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*** There is also a shot of Scotty, in; Beyond The Farthest Star, in which he is a floating torso!?
5th Oct '16 5:37:11 PM ANTMuddle
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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 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 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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* FreudianTrio: Just like the live-action version, we have [[TheKirk Kirk]], [[TheSpock Spock]], and [[TheMcCoy Mccoy]].
6th Sep '16 2:32:18 PM Snarf
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* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: "The Magicks of Megas-Tu" has ''[[CoolVsAwesome James T. Kirk defeating Satan!]]'' (Or at least a being claiming to be him as part of a SecretTestOfCharacter.)

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* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: "The Magicks of Megas-Tu" has ''[[CoolVsAwesome James T. Kirk defeating Satan!]]'' (Or at least a being claiming to be him as part of a SecretTestOfCharacter.)) For an added bonus, they [[DefeatMeansFriendship become friends at the end]].
14th Aug '16 9:36:25 PM Cindylover1969
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: The huge wink Kirk gives the camera following Scotty's IncrediblyLamePun at the end of "More Tribbles, More Troubles."



* CanonDiscontinuity: The series was declared non-canon by Creator/GeneRoddenberry himself, with the sole exception of the episode "Yesteryear". (Until CBS later declared the whole thing Canon, anyway.)

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* CanonDiscontinuity: The series was declared non-canon by Creator/GeneRoddenberry himself, with the sole exception of the episode "Yesteryear". (Until CBS later declared the whole thing Canon, canon, anyway.)
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