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10th Jul '16 2:36:25 PM Whitewings
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** In the comics, Galadria and Virulina received, after a few issues, magical shields with the powers of healing and sickness respectively.

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** In the comics, Galadria and Virulina received, after a few issues, issues and a well-deserved dressing-down of Merklynn for shortchanging them, magical shields with the powers of healing and sickness respectively.
29th Jun '16 7:55:04 AM Clare
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* AndroclesLion: Arzon and Witterquick are tasked to find a dragon's claw. When a Winged Dragon is injured, Arzon stitches its wounds rather than killing it, much to Witterquick's protests. The Winged Dragon then helps the duo finds a dragon's claw and fly them to Merklynn's Shrine.

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* AndroclesLion: Arzon and Witterquick are tasked to find a dragon's claw.claw, which Merklynn needs to cure the Magical Plague which threatens to wipe the Visionaries out. When a Winged Dragon is injured, Arzon stitches its wounds rather than killing it, much to Witterquick's protests. The Winged Dragon then helps the duo finds a dragon's claw and fly them to Merklynn's Shrine.
29th Jun '16 7:52:13 AM Clare
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* NoOneCouldSurviveThat: In "The Power of the Wise", Leoric and Feryl fall off the edge of a cliff. They survive the fall by catching hold of a [[LiteralCliffhanger conveniently placed ledge]], but Cravex, having seen the two Spectral Knights fall, automatically assumes they're dead and later takes a sadistic delight in telling their comrades:

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* NoOneCouldSurviveThat: In "The Power of the Wise", Leoric and Feryl fall off the edge of a cliff. They survive the fall by catching hold of a [[LiteralCliffhanger conveniently placed ledge]], but Cravex, having seen the two Spectral Knights fall, automatically assumes they're dead and later takes a sadistic delight in telling their comrades:
29th Jun '16 7:50:47 AM Clare
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* NeverSayDie: While "destroy" is used, "slay" is also fairly common. ''Very'' averted, however, in "Lion Hunt", in which every Spectral Knight says "Dead?!" unbelievingly, as the presumed fate of Leoric. Darkstorm even tells his allies to kill the villagers!

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* NeverSayDie: While "destroy" is used, "slay" is also fairly common. ''Very'' averted, however, in "Lion Hunt", in which every Spectral Knight says "Dead?!" unbelievingly, as after being told of Leoric's supposed death.
* NoOneCouldSurviveThat: In "The Power of
the presumed fate of Leoric. Darkstorm even tells his allies to kill Wise", Leoric and Feryl fall off the villagers!edge of a cliff. They survive the fall by catching hold of a [[LiteralCliffhanger conveniently placed ledge]], but Cravex, having seen the two Spectral Knights fall, automatically assumes they're dead and later takes a sadistic delight in telling their comrades:
-->Don't feel too bad. Leoric and Feryl took a little dive off the edge of the mountain. I've got a feeling neither one of them will ever be thirsty again!
23rd Mar '16 2:37:50 PM DarkStorm
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* {{Animorphism}}

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* {{Animorphism}}{{Animorphism}}: While the staves had limited charges (and could only be recharged by Merklynn directly, usually in return for doing a quest for him), the Knights and Lords seemed to have unlimited use of the ability to transform into their totem animal. The animal they turn into is the same color as the totem itself (blue for the Spectral Knights, green for the Darkling Lords).



* BadPowersBadPeople: The Darkling Lords all have totems based on creatures that, InUniverse, seem to have unpleasant symbolism at best (in addition the array of predators and scavengers, there's TheBrute with a KillerGorilla form, the YesMan who becomes an innocuous skittering beetle, and a cowardly figure whose form is vaguely armadillo-like). Beyond that, their power staffs consist of three based on Destruction, Decay and Fear, and Lexor's power of Invulnerability, which is implied to have been granted based on his cowardice.
** GoodPowersGoodPeople: In comparison, the Spectral Knights have noble animal totems and far more benevolent-themed power staffs: Knowledge, Wisdom, Might and Speed.

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* BadPowersBadPeople: The Darkling Lords all have totems based on creatures that, InUniverse, seem to have unpleasant symbolism at best (in addition the array of predators and scavengers, there's TheBrute with a KillerGorilla form, the YesMan who (their leader becomes an innocuous skittering a slimy giant mollusk, and the others can transform into a treacherous lizard, a servile beetle, and an alien flying scavenger, a simple-minded KillerGorilla, a cowardly figure whose form is vaguely armadillo-like).armadillo, and a predatory shark). Beyond that, their power staffs consist of three based on Destruction, Decay and Fear, and Lexor's power of Invulnerability, which is implied to have been granted based on his cowardice.
** GoodPowersGoodPeople: In comparison, the Spectral Knights have noble animal totems (their leader is a wise lion, and other animals include an idealistic wolf, a quick-witted fox, a paternal bear, a clever eagle, a speedy cheetah, and a playful dolphin), and far more benevolent-themed power staffs: Knowledge, Wisdom, Might and Speed.



* BatmanGambit: Double-subversion. After Darkstorm said he wouldn't share the loot with the rest of the Darkling Lords, Lexor tried to arouse Cravex's anger so he'll attack Darstorm for him. However, Cravex saw right through Lexor's scheme and attacked him... and then everybody else, including Darkstorm.

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* BatmanGambit: Double-subversion. After Darkstorm said he wouldn't share the loot with the rest of the Darkling Lords, Lexor tried to arouse Cravex's anger so he'll attack Darstorm Darkstorm for him. However, Cravex saw right through Lexor's scheme and attacked him... and then everybody else, including Darkstorm.
5th Mar '16 1:40:46 PM thekeyofe
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* HelmetsAreHardlyHeroic: Played with. Most of the characters spend as much time with their helmets on as with them off. However, all the Spectral Knights except for Witterquick have open-faced helmets while the Darkling Lords all have [[FacelessGoons face-concealing ones]].

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* HelmetsAreHardlyHeroic: Played with. Most of the characters on both sides spend as much time with their helmets on as with them off. However, all the Spectral Knights except for Witterquick have open-faced helmets while the Darkling Lords all have [[FacelessGoons face-concealing ones]].
19th Feb '16 6:03:32 AM Clare
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* TenMinuteRetirement: Feryl briefly leaves the Spectral Knights in "Feryl Steps Out".
19th Feb '16 5:59:22 AM Clare
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** Heskador, the witch who brews the potion which [[ShapeshifterModeLock traps Leoric in his Lion form]], claims to have been around for 10,000 years.

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** Heskador, Heskedor, the witch who brews the potion which [[ShapeshifterModeLock traps Leoric in his Lion form]], claims to have been around for 10,000 years.
23rd Jan '16 4:41:12 AM Clare
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-->Leoric (to Galadria): Did he [Cryotek] seem ill before he fell?
-->Galadria: No, he was fine. Then he toppled over.

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-->Leoric
-->'''Leoric'''
(to Galadria): Did he [Cryotek] seem ill before he fell?
-->Galadria: -->'''Galadria''': No, he was fine. Then he toppled over.
22nd Jan '16 7:37:46 AM Clare
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* InstantIllness: The Magical Plague from "Horn of Unicorn, Claw of Dragon". In the first few minutes of the episode, three Spectral Knights collapse from it, despite appearing completely healthy just moments before:
-->Leoric (to Galadria): Did he [Cryotek] seem ill before he fell?
-->Galadria: No, he was fine. Then he toppled over.
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