History WesternAnimation / TronUprising

18th Mar '17 4:34:59 AM Carnel
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* HeavilyArmoredMook: Basic guards wear extensive armor on their upper bodies, and it allows them to withstand a charitable amount of punishment, turning attacks shown to be fatal to other programs into a NonLethalKO It doesn't hold up so well against an industrial-grade laser, however.



* SortingAlgorithmOfEvil: Toyed with heavily, as Beck encounters and engages [[DiscOneFInalBoss General Tesler]] early on in his career as the Renegade and not too soon afterward faces off [[TheDragon Paige]] and much later on the less physically adept [[SissyVillain Pavel]]. This also extends to Tesler's forces: while Black Guards and Sentries are meant to outrank the standard heavily-armored Guards, Guards have often been shown to be the most efficient at derezzing programs, claiming the highest kill count of the three varieties and capable of surviving more punishment by virtue of their armor in an aversion of the [[ArmorIsUseless typical trope]]: an explosion that would mean a sure derezz for the other two ''merely'' leaves a guard with a [[AnArmAndALeg missing arm]].



** Beck's repair tool originally belonged to Bodhi. He picked it up after Bodhi was derezzed by a Black Guard.

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** Beck's repair tool originally belonged to Bodhi. He picked it up after Bodhi was derezzed by a Black Guard.
15th Dec '16 1:50:22 PM Xtifr
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'''''TRON: Uprising''''' is a Creator/DisneyXD series set in the world of ''Film/{{Tron}}''. A prequel to ''Film/TronLegacy'', the series takes place during the early cycles of Clu seizing power over the Grid. After defeating Tron and leaving him for dead, Clu has begun to take over numerous cities in the Grid. In Argon City, a young mechanic named Beck (Creator/ElijahWood) decides to fight back when Clu's soldiers derez one of his friends. Taking on the identity of Tron to try and inspire revolution, he draws the attention of the real Tron, scarred and in hiding. With Tron's guidance, Beck fights the forces of one of Clu's top generals, Tesler (Creator/LanceHenriksen), and attempts to liberate the city.

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'''''TRON: Uprising''''' ''TRON: Uprising'' is a Creator/DisneyXD series set in the world of ''Film/{{Tron}}''. A prequel to ''Film/TronLegacy'', the series takes place during the early cycles of Clu seizing power over the Grid. After defeating Tron and leaving him for dead, Clu has begun to take over numerous cities in the Grid. In Argon City, a young mechanic named Beck (Creator/ElijahWood) decides to fight back when Clu's soldiers derez one of his friends. Taking on the identity of Tron to try and inspire revolution, he draws the attention of the real Tron, scarred and in hiding. With Tron's guidance, Beck fights the forces of one of Clu's top generals, Tesler (Creator/LanceHenriksen), and attempts to liberate the city.
7th Nov '16 6:44:24 PM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: Beck himself, who is able to hold his own against far bigger, stronger, and/or more skilled opponents, using his wits and natural agility; he even has various adventures and successful strike-missions against Clu's army before the show gets off the ground and Beck officially becomes a rebel. Paige and Tesler, too, who never take much damage while throwing around Beck (though Beck ''did'' get one very good hit on Tesler). Tron is, of course, the standout example. Especially after [[spoiler: He is healed by Clu's repurposing machine. Beck, of course, saves him before the repurposing can begin, but after Tron's disease is cured.]]
** BadassGrandpa: Tron of course, but also Tesler, Able and Kobol.

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* {{Badass}}: Beck himself, who is able to hold his own against far bigger, stronger, and/or more skilled opponents, using his wits and natural agility; he even has various adventures and successful strike-missions against Clu's army before the show gets off the ground and Beck officially becomes a rebel. Paige and Tesler, too, who never take much damage while throwing around Beck (though Beck ''did'' get one very good hit on Tesler). Tron is, of course, the standout example. Especially after [[spoiler: He is healed by Clu's repurposing machine. Beck, of course, saves him before the repurposing can begin, but after Tron's disease is cured.]]
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BadassGrandpa: Tron of course, but also Tesler, Able and Kobol.
12th Sep '16 6:17:32 AM NhazUl
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* CelShading

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* CelShadingCelShading: Mostly successful. [[ConspicuousCGI The 3D animation is given away at times]], when lighting at an odd angle results in a gradient shadow instead of a defined line, and when the texture is either reflexive or grainy, making it out of place in the otherwise 2D-looking animation.
7th Sep '16 7:04:07 AM Allronix
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* GodAndSatanAreBothJerks: Clu (the "devil") is certainly a nasty, cruel piece of work; genocide, murder, torture, and tyranny. However, the few times we see Flynn (the "god" of the setting), he isn't portrayed all that flatteringly, either. Most notably, when he ignores Dyson's request for healing, which gives Dyson plenty of motive to sign on with Clu.
28th Aug '16 5:15:55 PM NhazUl
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* CainAndAbel: Much like Clu and Sam Flynn, [[spoiler: Cyrus]] and Beck have a conflict as Tron's [[APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil old]] and [[MentorsNewHope new]] apprentice, respectively.
3rd Jul '16 4:37:16 PM windyshadow32
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The series began with a 10 episode microseries alternatively shown as a full thirty minute special, with the series proper run beginning on June 7, 2012. A hiatus went into effect after the seventh episode, with new episodes scheduled for October, then again three episodes after that, resuming in December and [[ScrewedByTheNetwork moved to a midnight timeslot on Mondays]] for its final episodes. (The show hasn't ''officially'' been cancelled, but no episodes have been produced since January 2013.

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The series began with a 10 episode microseries alternatively shown as a full thirty minute special, with the series proper run beginning on June 7, 2012. A hiatus went into effect after the seventh episode, with new episodes scheduled for October, then again three episodes after that, resuming in December and [[ScrewedByTheNetwork moved to a midnight timeslot on Mondays]] for its final episodes. (The show hasn't ''officially'' been cancelled, but no episodes have been produced since January 2013.
2013.)
3rd Jul '16 4:36:53 PM windyshadow32
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The series began with a 10 episode microseries alternatively shown as a full thirty minute special, with the series proper run beginning on June 7, 2012. A hiatus went into effect after the seventh episode, with new episodes scheduled for October, then again three episodes after that, resuming in December and [[ScrewedByTheNetwork moved to a midnight timeslot on Mondays]] for its final episodes. (The show hasn't ''officially'' been cancelled, but it's close enough.)

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The series began with a 10 episode microseries alternatively shown as a full thirty minute special, with the series proper run beginning on June 7, 2012. A hiatus went into effect after the seventh episode, with new episodes scheduled for October, then again three episodes after that, resuming in December and [[ScrewedByTheNetwork moved to a midnight timeslot on Mondays]] for its final episodes. (The show hasn't ''officially'' been cancelled, but it's close enough.)
no episodes have been produced since January 2013.
29th Feb '16 6:28:09 AM SlaughterhouseDb
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** Not surprising [[InkSuitActor given]] his [[PaulRuebens voice actor]].

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** Not surprising [[InkSuitActor given]] his [[PaulRuebens [[PaulReubens voice actor]].
29th Feb '16 6:27:18 AM SlaughterhouseDb
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** Not surprising [[InkSuitActor given]] his [[PaulRuebens voice actor]].
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