History WesternAnimation / TheDreamstone

23rd May '18 4:51:12 PM Psi001
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* ElephantInTheLivingRoom: Most of the Urpneys are TheDragAlong to Zordrak's regime (and were explicitly shown to get executed if they didn't meet his demands in early episodes). Frizz and Nug in particular tend to plead their case rather openly as well and spend more of the plot trying to get out of a scheme than help set it off. The heroes and everyone else regardless think they're pure evil and pay no attention.
16th May '18 3:15:19 PM Psi001
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** Season Four in particular has a wackier feel than previous seasons. While earlier episodes tended to restrict most of the comedy to the Urpneys, the closing points have a larger focus on more surreal and goofy one shot characters and situations, with even the formerly ImmuneToSlapstick Rufus and Amberley contributing to the humour more often.

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** Season Four in particular has a wackier feel than previous seasons. While earlier episodes tended to restrict most of the comedy to the Urpneys, the closing points have a larger focus on more surreal and goofy one shot characters and situations, with even the formerly ImmuneToSlapstick Rufus and Amberley contributing to the humour more often.
16th May '18 3:13:54 PM Psi001
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** Season Four in particular has a wackier feel than earlier seasons, with a larger focus on crazy one shot characters and situations, and even Rufus and Amberley gaining more comedic personalities.

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** Season Four in particular has a wackier feel than previous seasons. While earlier seasons, with episodes tended to restrict most of the comedy to the Urpneys, the closing points have a larger focus on crazy more surreal and goofy one shot characters and situations, and with even the formerly ImmuneToSlapstick Rufus and Amberley gaining contributing to the humour more comedic personalities.often.
30th Apr '18 5:44:11 PM Psi001
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* TheWorfEffect: Rufus and Amberley were regularly overpowered by the villains in earlier episodes, though managed to better avoid this trope later on. The Wut army surprisingly tended to avoid this trope, though the penultimate episode finally had them fall victim to this against Urpgor's Spidermobile.
30th Apr '18 5:13:56 PM Psi001
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* GuileHero: Rufus and Amberley gradually get the hang of this as the series goes on, by Season Four, they regularly divert the Urpneys' plans through trickery.



* TookALevelInBadass: Zigzagged. Rufus and Amberley started off {{Badass Normal}}s in the pilot episode, but degenerated into incapable [[TheFool Fools]] by the time of Season Two. They had more or less reset back to their more competent forms by the end of Season Three.

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* TookALevelInBadass: Zigzagged. Rufus and Amberley started off {{Badass Normal}}s in the pilot episode, but degenerated into incapable [[TheFool Fools]] by the time of Season Two. They had more or less reset back to their more recovered into fairly competent forms tricksters by the end of Season Three.Four.
25th Apr '18 6:29:11 AM Psi001
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* RestrainedRevenge: Frizz and Nug were such unmotivated villains that they were actually less prone to [[DisproportionateRetribution petty or disproportionate attacks]] on the heroes than vice versa. In "The Dream Beam Invasion" for example, after the Urpneys are shrunk into dreams to ruin them, the Noops follow suit to give them a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown. When they spend so long at it that Frizz and Nug grow to normal (and giant to the Noops) their retaliation is to....pull nasty faces at them until they run away.
20th Apr '18 3:54:43 PM Psi001
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* ApathyKilledTheCat: Zigzagged. No one in the universe knows or really cares if most of the Urpneys are TrappedInVillainy, so the species has spent a long frame of time getting slowly wiped out by Zordrak and the heroes, until both eventually got bored from even punishing them as the series went along.
18th Apr '18 11:30:05 AM fruitstripegum
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** In "The Monster" they throw ''a single rock'' into a large scrap pile of Urpgor's discarded inventions, which somehow causes them to activate and merge into a giant robotic monster too powerful for the heroes or even Zordrak. When it is destroyed, they attempt to recreate it by throwing more rocks in the scrap pile, despite Urpgor even lamp shading what a bizarre fluke it was.

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** In "The Monster" they throw ''a single rock'' into a large scrap pile of Urpgor's discarded inventions, which somehow causes them to activate and merge into a giant robotic monster too powerful for the heroes or even Zordrak. When it is destroyed, they attempt to recreate it by throwing more rocks in the scrap pile, despite Urpgor even lamp shading lampshading what a bizarre fluke it was.
16th Apr '18 6:34:38 AM Psi001
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** In "A Day Out" and "The Stowaways" a chain reaction from them botching a scheme gives them the upper hand, with the Noops having a much more difficult time reversing things than with most of the Urpneys' intentional attempts. In the latter they don't even notice the heroes are there, let alone that they're beating them.

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** In "A Day Out" and "The Stowaways" a chain reaction from them botching a scheme gives them the upper hand, with the Noops having a much more difficult time reversing things than with most of the Urpneys' intentional attempts. In the latter they don't ''don't even notice the heroes are there, let alone that they're beating them.there''.
16th Apr '18 6:33:07 AM Psi001
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** In "A Day Out" and "The Stowaways" a chain reaction from their bumbling gives them the upper hand, with the Noops having a much more difficult time reversing things than most of the Urpneys' intentional attempts.

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** In "A Day Out" and "The Stowaways" a chain reaction from their bumbling them botching a scheme gives them the upper hand, with the Noops having a much more difficult time reversing things than with most of the Urpneys' intentional attempts.attempts. In the latter they don't even notice the heroes are there, let alone that they're beating them.
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