History WesternAnimation / TheBigKnights

29th Sep '14 5:55:06 PM ryanasaurus0077
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!!The Big Tropes:
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!!The Big Tropes: Tropes provided by this animated series include:
29th Sep '14 5:44:14 PM MarkLungo
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[[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/big_knights_1783.jpg]]

Humour is derived from the setting (Borovia is not actually in TheMiddleAges but in the TheTwentiethCentury and extremely backwards) and from the various disasters caused by the Big Knights. Oh, and it has {{BRIAN BLESSED}} providing the voice of Sir Morris.
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Humour is derived from the setting (Borovia is not actually in TheMiddleAges but in the TheTwentiethCentury and extremely backwards) and from the various disasters caused by the Big Knights. Oh, and it has {{BRIAN Creator/{{BRIAN BLESSED}} providing the voice of Sir Morris.

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!!The Series provides examples of: Big Tropes:

* WizardBeard: Zabobon
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* WizardBeard: ZabobonZabobon has one.
20th Jul '14 9:18:06 AM Chabal2
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* StrangeSyntaxSpeaker: Professor von Proton. "Your witless bumblings have the course of the universe distorted!"
20th Jul '14 8:43:37 AM Chabal2
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* FantasyKitchenSink: Dragons, Witches, Trolls (and Ogres).
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* FantasyKitchenSink: Dragons, Witches, Trolls (and Ogres).Ogres!).

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* FantasyKitchenSink: Dragons, Witches, Trolls (and Ogres).PaperThinDisguise: How the witches, dragons and ogres disguise themselves to attend the Big Knights' school.
20th Jul '14 4:10:57 AM Chabal2
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* CurbStompbattle: The Big Knights versus pretty much anything is usually this. Except for the troll at the toll bridge, who beats them. Though they are very good natured about losing.
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* CurbStompbattle: The Big Knights versus pretty much anything is usually this. Except for the troll at the toll bridge, who beats them. them (or battle until mutual exhaustion). Though they are very good natured about losing.losing. --> '''Sir Morris:''' Can we have another go?

* FantasyKitchenSink: Dragons, Witches, (and Ogres).
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* FantasyKitchenSink: Dragons, Witches, Trolls (and Ogres).

* IdiotHero: Sir Morris especially, Sir Boris to a lesser extent. * ImperialStormTrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: Target practise with catapults.
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* IdiotHero: Sir Morris especially, Sir Boris to a (slightly) lesser extent. * ImperialStormTrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: Target practise practice with catapults.

* LargeHam: It has ''Brian Blessed'' in it. The narrator chews plenty of scenery too.
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* LargeHam: It has ''Brian Blessed'' ''BrianBlessed'' in it. The narrator chews plenty of scenery too.too. * LawfulStupid: Morris signs a contract where an imp will provide breakfast in exchange for dedicating his life to evil, culminating in fighting his brother to the death. ''Boris'' is the first to insist this clause be carried out.

* MagicHat: traffic cones that grant invisibility.
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* MagicHat: traffic cones that grant invisibility.

* MagicHat: traffic cones that grant invisibility. NerdGlasses: Averted (big time, ahah) with Sir Morris.

* MagicHat: traffic cones that grant invisibility. NoodleIncident: The brothers were suspended from the king's court for some incident, evidently caused by Morris.

* SchizoTech: Borovia has 20th century amenities like telephones and television, but the state is still fuedal and the army rely on medieval weapons and castles. * StoutStrength
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* SchizoTech: Borovia has 20th century amenities like telephones and television, but the state is still fuedal feudal and the army rely on medieval weapons and castles. * StoutStrengthStoutStrength: Tall as two men, heavy as four, and the strength of sixteen.
14th May '14 2:00:46 AM tigerstar
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* ThePigPen: The wizard Zabobon, who wears a filthy robe and is perpetually surrounded by flies.
16th Feb '13 3:04:49 PM foxley
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* HatOfPower: The hats of invisibility.
25th Dec '12 7:13:11 PM Tweevle
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* TheVonTropeFamily: Professor Von Proton.
21st Oct '12 9:27:14 AM RJSavoy
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* AdultChild: Sir Morris is extremely na´ve, believing fairy tales to be real, or that food simply appears on the plate by magic (instead of being prepared by their housekeeper). He also likes Sir Boris to read him bedtime stories.

* BoisterousBruiser
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* BoisterousBruiserBloodKnight: The Big Knights don't care much who or why they fight but they sure enjoy it. * BoisterousBruiser: Both of the Big Knights.

* IdiotHero: Very much so.
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* IdiotHero: Very much so.Sir Morris especially, Sir Boris to a lesser extent.

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* IdiotHero: Very much so.{{Manchild}}: Sir Morris is extremely na´ve, believing fairy tales to be real, or that food simply appears on the plate by magic (instead of being prepared by their housekeeper). He also likes Sir Boris to read him bedtime stories.

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* IdiotHero: Very much so.UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist: Both of the Big Knights, who are oblivious to the damage they do, and also King Otto, who is pompous, cuts corners for money and does not care about his subjects.
22nd Aug '12 6:42:52 AM Byzantine
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''The Big Knights'' was a 2000/2001 children's BBC series about the exploits of two knights doing heroic deeds in a fantasy Kingdom of Borovia. The show ran for thirteen ten-minute episodes before being cancelled.
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''The Big Knights'' was a 2000/2001 children's BBC series about the exploits of two knights doing heroic deeds in a fantasy Kingdom of Borovia. The pilot appeared in December, 1999. The show ran for thirteen ten-minute episodes before being cancelled.
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