History WesternAnimation / TheMightyHercules

22nd Apr '16 9:41:56 AM DarkStorm
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* DayOldLegend: Even though the Mask kept having the Mask of Vulcan taken away from him, he could just craft another one. (In one case, he made one not only for himself, but for the Nemean Lion)



* EvilSorceror: Daedalus

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* EvilSorceror: DaedalusDaedalus, though the actual powers he displayed could range anywhere from controlling the weather, to making potions, to just relying on some gadget he found or stole, depending on the episode.



* MagicSkirt: Donned by Hercules himself, no less.
* NighInvulnerable: Hercules can't budge anyone wearing the Mask of Vulcan even if he has his ring on. [[WeaksauceWeakness It's pretty easy to yank off when they think to try that, though]].

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* MagicSkirt: Donned Worn by Hercules himself, no less.
less. (Well, it's ''usually'' magic)
* NighInvulnerable: Hercules can't budge anyone wearing the Mask of Vulcan even if he has his ring on. [[WeaksauceWeakness It's pretty easy to yank off when they remove once the heroes think to try that, try, though]].



** Hercules' donning his ring to retain his god-like strength also qualifies.

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** Hercules' donning his ring to retain his god-like strength also qualifies. Even on the rare occasions when he puts the ring on twice, the StockFootage ring sequence is only used the first time.
* OriginsEpisode: the very first episode (which had a very different animation style and character design) shows how Hercules received the magic ring and was first sent down to earth.



** Sea Witch Wilhelmina has a pet bird.
* RoguesGallery: The wizard Daedalus, the sea witch Wilhelmina, Mertus the Mask (who was invincible so long as he wore the Mask of Vulcan), General Diomedes and Otis the Chameleon Man.
* SadlyMythtaken: The mythological Daedalus was a cunning craftsman, but he wasn't really evil and certain didn't plan on conquering any part of Greece.
* ShowyInvincibleHero

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** Sea Witch Wilhelmina has a pet bird.
parrot, Elvira. Unusually for a cartoon parrot, it couldn't talk.
* RoguesGallery: The wizard Daedalus, the sea witch Wilhelmina, Mertus the The Mask (who was invincible so long as he wore the Mask of Vulcan), General Diomedes and Otis the Chameleon Man.Man.
* SadlyMythtaken: The mythological Daedalus was a cunning craftsman, but he wasn't really evil and certainly didn't plan on conquering any part of Greece.

* SadlyMythtaken: The mythological Daedalus was a cunning craftsman, ShowyInvincibleHero: Definitely showy, mostly invincible. Nothing kept Herc down for long, though.
* StockFootage: A lot of the show, as you might imagine. Not only for the ring sequence,
but he wasn't really evil every time Hercules rides Pegasus, and certain didn't plan on conquering any part every time he's shown dragging a villain away at the end of Greece.
* ShowyInvincibleHero
an episode (regardless of which villain it is - there's a reason they all dressed in the same purple robes).



* TagalongKid: Newton. Tewt also qualifies.

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* TagalongKid: Newton. Tewt also qualifies.qualifies (though Tewt is also more helpful). Sometimes the human boy Timon.
28th Jan '16 7:12:24 AM DarkStorm
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* TheAce: Well, Hercules himself, but in one episode Newton found himself replaced as Herc's sidekick by a much more competent centaur named Notwen. [[spoiler:The whole thing turns out to be AllJustADream, of course.]]



** In an early episode, he actually said something three times. ("Ask Herc. Ask Herc. Heh, yeah... ask Herc.")



* VoluntaryShapeshifting: Otis the Chameleon Man could turn into anything he wanted. Not that it ever helped him beat Herc, of course.

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* VoluntaryShapeshifting: Otis the Chameleon Man could turn into anything he wanted. Not that it ever helped him beat Herc, of course. He usually found himself acting as hired muscle for one of the other villains rather than coming up with a scheme on his own.
28th Jan '16 7:04:47 AM DarkStorm
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** In an early episode, he actually said something three times. ("Ask Herc. Ask Herc. Heh, yeah... ask Herc.")
11th Aug '15 7:20:26 AM starofjusticev21
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* NighInvulnerable: Hercules can't budge anyone wearing the Mask of Vulcan even if he has his ring on. [[WeaksauceWeakness It's pretty easy to yank off when they think to try that, though]].
20th Jul '15 12:09:09 PM Glenn62
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* VerbalTic: Newton tends to say anything twice.

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* VerbalTic: Newton tends to say anything everything twice. Everything twice.
9th May '15 7:23:21 AM starofjusticev21
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* TheXOfY: The show tended to do this with whatever monster or magic item drove the plot of the episode.

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* TheXOfY: The show tended to do this with whatever monster [[MonsterOfTheWeek monster]] or [[PlotDevice magic item item]] drove the plot of the episode.
9th May '15 7:18:22 AM starofjusticev21
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* TheXOfY: The show tended to do this with whatever monster or magic item drove the plot of the episode.
9th May '15 6:45:24 AM starofjusticev21
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* GoodIsDumb: In many an episode Hercules only bothers to put on his magic ring after finding out the hard way he can't actually tackle the menace of the day without it.
5th May '15 5:12:39 PM RTYGWETYWEREE
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5th May '15 4:20:22 PM nombretomado
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'''''The Mighty Hercules''''' is a cartoon based rather loosely on the [[GreekMythology legendary greek hero Hercules]].

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'''''The Mighty Hercules''''' is a cartoon based rather loosely on the [[GreekMythology [[Myth/GreekMythology legendary greek hero Hercules]].
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