History WesternAnimation / TheRoadToElDorado

21st Jun '16 5:51:08 PM Stromatolite
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* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: Of all kinds. Particularly of note are the animals seen within El Dorado, including gigantic catfish and tall, but friendly, flightless birds. TruthInTelevision for a tropical rain forest envronment!


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* HorseOfADifferentColor: While the main characters do have an actual horse, the people of El Dorado appear to have domesticated gigantic sea turtles that they ride on in the aqueducts through the city.
21st Jun '16 5:35:26 PM Stromatolite
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** Even ''more'' confusing when Miguel and Tulio first find the entrance to El Dorado...and, not seeing the city itself, Tulio remarks that El Dorado must mean "Very Large Rock" in the native language. "El Dorado" is a Spanish term, not a Mesoamerican one. The main characters speak Spanish, but apparently don't recognize a simple Spanish term, mistaking it for a term in the native language of the city...which refers to itself by that same Spanish term.

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** Even ''more'' confusing when Miguel and Tulio first find the entrance to El Dorado...and, not seeing the city itself, Tulio remarks that El Dorado must mean "Very Large "Great Big Rock" in the native language. "El Dorado" is a Spanish term, not a Mesoamerican one. The main characters speak Spanish, but apparently don't recognize a simple Spanish term, mistaking it for a term in the native language of the city...which refers to itself by that same Spanish term.
21st Jun '16 5:29:49 PM Stromatolite
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** Even ''more'' FridgeLogic when Miguel and Tulio first find the entrance to El Dorado...and, not seeing the city itself, Tulio remarks that El Dorado must mean "Very Large Rock" in the native language. "El Dorado" is a Spanish term, not a Mesoamerican one. The main characters speak Spanish, but apparently don't recognize a simple Spanish term, mistaking it for a term in the native language of the city...which refers to itself by that same Spanish term.

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** Even ''more'' FridgeLogic confusing when Miguel and Tulio first find the entrance to El Dorado...and, not seeing the city itself, Tulio remarks that El Dorado must mean "Very Large Rock" in the native language. "El Dorado" is a Spanish term, not a Mesoamerican one. The main characters speak Spanish, but apparently don't recognize a simple Spanish term, mistaking it for a term in the native language of the city...which refers to itself by that same Spanish term.
21st Jun '16 5:29:20 PM Stromatolite
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** Even ''more'' FridgeLogic when Miguel and Tulio first find the entrance to El Dorado...and, not seeing the city itself, Tulio remarks that El Dorado must mean "Very Large Rock" in the native language. "El Dorado" is a Spanish term, not a Mesoamerican one. The main characters speak Spanish, but apparently don't recognize a simple Spanish term, mistaking it for a term in the native language of the city...which refers to itself by that same Spanish term.
7th Jun '16 8:30:10 AM brian8871
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* BreadEggsBreadedEggs: "I am Miguel." "And I am Tulio." "And they call us Miguel and Tulio."
17th Apr '16 9:52:44 AM Silverblade2
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* {{Facepalm}}: Chel makes one when Miguel and Tulio agree to send the gold to Xibalba.
17th Apr '16 9:22:00 AM Silverblade2
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14th Apr '16 6:10:42 AM Shadowgazer
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* BloodMagic: Tzekel-Kan seems to power his magic with human sacrifice.

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* BloodMagic: Tzekel-Kan seems to power his magic with human sacrifice.sacrifice during the Jaguar rite scene. However his lack of knowledge for the main ingredient (body) suggests that he didn't do it very often and that most of the HumanSacrifice attempts he made were purely for ideological and psychological reasons rather than any magical and practical profit.


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** CardSharp: Or more specifically diceSharp as their source of income is pretty much Tulio's trusty loaded dice. It is mentioned in the novelisation that his preferred targets were the wealthy and corrupt.
13th Apr '16 7:14:00 AM JoieDeCombat
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* FauxAffablyEvil: Tzekel-Kan, even after he discovers Miguel and Tulio aren't gods, maintains a vener of civility.

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* FauxAffablyEvil: Tzekel-Kan, even after he discovers Miguel and Tulio aren't gods, maintains a vener veneer of civility.
13th Apr '16 7:13:19 AM JoieDeCombat
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* FauxAffablyEvil: Tzekel-Kan, even after he discovers Miguel and Tulio aren't gods, maintains a venire of civility.

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* FauxAffablyEvil: Tzekel-Kan, even after he discovers Miguel and Tulio aren't gods, maintains a venire vener of civility.
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