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20th Apr '18 4:28:11 AM saltin
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* BadGuysDoTheDirtyWork: Merklynn's reason for allowing the power of the Visionaries to anyone who managed to make it to his summit regardless of morality. While those akin to the Spectral Knights can be counted on to be honourable and valiant, there are times when the wizard requires less reputable strengths to see his tasks fulfilled, even though the Darkling Lords themselves are awfully treacherous.
29th Mar '18 12:03:29 PM WanderingBrowser
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\nIn 2018, they received an IDW mini-series comicbook called ''Comicbook/TransformersVsVisionaries''.


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* CallARabbitASmeerp: Cravex's "Phylot" totem is a [[DinosaursAreDragons draconic-looking]] pteranodon.
* CallASmeerpARabbit: Darkstorm's "Mollusk" totem resembles a man-sized dragon-snail out of somebody's fevered nightmare, with a distinctly reptilian head, a mouth full of fangs and slavering tongues, a spiked shell, and spindly arms ending in claw-tipped hands.


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** Wisdom: "Whispered secrets of a shattered Age; I summon you, renew this sage!"
** Knowledge: "A whim, a thought, and more is sought. Awake thy mind, my will be wrought!"
** Strength: "Three suns align, pour forth their light, and fill the archer's bow with might!"
** Lightspeed: "Sheathe these feet in the driving gale, make swift these legs, o'er land I sail!"
** Decay: "By what creeps, what crawls, by what does not; let all that grows recede and rot!"
** Invulnerability: "The arrows turn, the swords rebel[[note]]or "repel", in at least one episode[[/note]]; let nothing pierce this immortal shell!"
** Destruction: "By nature's hand, by craft, by art; what once was one now fly apart!"
** Fear: "Oh mist-filled pits, dark, dank, unclear; touch all before me with frost-fingered fear!"


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* MagicVersusScience: The reason why Prysmos is divided into distinct Ages of Magic and Science is because magic actively suppresses science; it's only when the three suns disalign and magic becomes weak that technology can function at all. When the Age of Magic began, pretty much all of Prysmos' tech stopped working, although some magic spells allow characters to control vehicles. This is why Prysmos went from CrystalSpiresAndTogas to DaysOfFuturePast, and it's shown in several episodes that the population is still struggling to adjust with the loss of their former technology.


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* WeWillUseManualLaborInTheFuture: One episode revolves around a settlement that depended on robot slaves to perform physical labor during the last Age of Science, and which is now desperate since the Age of Magic rendered their robots inoperative. The Darkling Lords are able to temporarily lure them into servitude by promising to give them the denizens of New Valoric as human slaves, although by the episode's ends they've come to their senses.
14th Jan '18 7:43:43 PM MarkLungo
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-->'''Leoric''' (to Galadria): Did he [Cryotek] seem ill before he fell?

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-->'''Leoric''' (to Galadria): Did he [Cryotek] seem ill before he fell?



* ManEatingPlant: The Meatius Chompitii from the episode "Honor Among Thieves".

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* {{Magitek}}: Some of the Spectral Knights and Darklking Lords have the power to magically control vehicles.
* ManEatingPlant: The Meatius Chompitii from the episode "Honor Among Thieves".
29th Aug '17 2:43:52 PM themisterfree
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December 2015 saw Hasbro and Creator/{{Paramount}} announcing a shared Hasbro movie-verse (with the recent ''Franchise/GIJoe'' movies as the start), which will include reimagined versions of this show, ''WesternAnimation/{{MASK}}'', the ''ComicBook/{{Micronauts}}'' and ''[[ComicBook/RomSpaceknight ROM]]''.



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December 2015 saw Hasbro and Creator/{{Paramount}} announcing a shared Hasbro movie-verse (with the recent ''Franchise/GIJoe'' movies as the start), which will include reimagined versions of this show, ''WesternAnimation/{{MASK}}'', the ''ComicBook/{{Micronauts}}'' and ''[[ComicBook/RomSpaceknight ROM]]''.


ROM]]''. 2017 saw the announcement of a ''Visionaries'' comic from Creator/IDWPublishing to be set in the ComicBook/HasbroComicUniverse, with a brand-new Leoric figure included as part of a ''[[ComicBook/Revolution2016 Revolution]]''-themed set of figures.


26th Aug '17 7:10:59 AM Clare
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* PteroSoarer: The Phylot (Cravex's Totem animal) is similar to a pterosaur.
27th Jul '17 2:38:54 AM MarkLungo
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* TheGimmick: One major selling point for the ''Visionaries'' toy range was that each figure and vehicle used at least one [[{{Hologram}} holographic sticker]] to represent its magical powers. Unfortunately, the holograms wound up dooming the line--they were expensive to make and easily damaged, and the toys didn't sell well enough to compensate for this.
27th Jul '17 2:21:07 AM MarkLungo
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* WorthyOpponent: Ectar and Reekon see each other was worthy adversary, the greatest policeman and the greatest thief on the planet respectively. Their rivalry dated all the back in the Age of Science. In one episode, they believe their fight ended in a draw so Reekon let Ectar leave unscathed.

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* WorthyOpponent: Ectar and Reekon see each other was as worthy adversary, adversaries, the greatest policeman and the greatest thief on the planet Prysmos respectively. Their rivalry dated dates all the back in the Age of Science. In one episode, they believe their fight has ended in a draw so Reekon let lets Ectar leave unscathed.
27th Jul '17 2:19:18 AM MarkLungo
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* UnwittingPawn: Poor Cindarr. Because of his low intelligence, he's the constant victim of people's BatmanGambit, Lexor in particular.

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* UnwittingPawn: Poor Cindarr. Because of his low intelligence, he's the constant victim of people's BatmanGambit, {{Batman Gambit}}s, Lexor in particular.
27th Jul '17 2:18:10 AM MarkLungo
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* UnicornsAreSacred: In one episode, Lexor and Cindarr are hunting for a unicorn's horn. The component is to be used for a cure against a plague that affect Magic Users. The Wood Nymphs that protect the unicorns hinger the duo's efforts. However, after they witnessed Cindarr sparing a baby unicorn and saying they aren't hunting for sport, but to save lives, the Wood Nymphs gave him a horn of an unicorn that has already passed away.

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* UnicornsAreSacred: In one episode, "Horn of Unicorn, Claw of Dragon", Lexor and Cindarr are hunting for a unicorn's horn. The component is to be used for a cure against a plague that affect Magic Users. The Wood Nymphs that protect the unicorns hinger the duo's efforts. However, after they witnessed Cindarr sparing a baby unicorn and saying they aren't hunting for sport, but to save lives, the Wood Nymphs gave him a horn of an unicorn that has already passed away.
27th Jul '17 2:16:06 AM MarkLungo
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* BarrierWarrior: Lexor's power staff allowed him to erect an impenetrable protective barrier.

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* BarrierWarrior: Lexor's power staff allowed allows him to erect an impenetrable protective barrier.
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