History YMMV / Babar

14th Feb '15 3:01:19 AM schoi30
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* MoralEventHorizon: The unnamed hunter can be excused for killing Barbar's mother, as he's... well, a hunter, but he irrevocably crosses the Horizon in his attempt to burn down Celesteville for the sole sake of continuing to hunt.
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Pompadour. * MoralEventHorizon: The unnamed hunter can be excused for killing Barbar's Babar's mother, as he's... well, a hunter, but he irrevocably crosses the Horizon in his attempt to burn down Celesteville for the sole sake of continuing to hunt.

* AwesomeMusic: "We Are the Best We Both Can Be."
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* AwesomeMusic: "We Are the "The Best We Both Can Be."
24th Jan '15 4:30:57 PM schoi30
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* AwesomeMusic: "We Are the Best We Both Can Be."
13th Aug '14 2:12:34 PM MagBas
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unfortunate implications need citations.
* UnfortunateImplications: Critics of the books have said that Babar journeying to France, discovering civilization, and bringing it back to his homeland (where everyone is quick to adopt it) has a MightyWhitey feel to it, and acts as a justification for colonization.
23rd Jul '14 4:55:47 AM BaffleBlend
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* WhamEpisode: "The Coin". Babar is held to a promise by a pirate artifact, three shards of a gold medallion, and whoever hands him one of the pieces gets whatever they want from him, [[ArcWords without question, without compromise]]. [[spoiler: One of the shards is obtained by Rataxes, who uses his wish to [[TakeOverTheWorld take over Celesteville]]. It didn't last long thanks to Cornelius, but it was easily one of the darkest episodes in the series.]]
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* WhamEpisode: "The Coin". Babar is held to a promise by a pirate artifact, three shards of a gold medallion, and whoever hands him one of the pieces gets whatever they want from him, [[ArcWords without question, without compromise]]. [[spoiler: One of the shards is obtained by Rataxes, who uses his wish to [[TakeOverTheWorld take over Celesteville]]. It didn't last long thanks to Cornelius, but it was easily one of the darkest episodes in the series.]]
23rd Jul '14 4:53:02 AM BaffleBlend
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* WhamEpisode: "The Coin". Babar is held to a promise by a pirate artifact, three shards of a gold medallion, and whoever hands him one of the pieces gets whatever they want from him, [[ArcWords without question, without compromise]]. [[spoiler: One of the shards is obtained by Rataxes, who uses his wish to [[TakeOverTheWorld take over Celesteville]]. It didn't last long thanks to Cornelius, but it was easily one of the darkest episodes in the series.]]
21st Jun '14 10:22:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* CompleteMonster: The Hunter. In contrast to, say, the killer of Disney/{{Bambi}}'s mother, he goes so far as to attempt to burn down Celesteville, a city of demonstrably sapient elephants, just so he doesn't have to give up his hunting.
17th Jun '14 2:57:14 PM Scraggle
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* MoralEventHorizon: The unnamed hunter can be excused for killing Barbar's mother, as he's... well, a hunter, but he irrevocably crosses the Horizon in his attempt to burn down Celesteville for the sole sake of continuing to hunt.

* CompleteMonster: Rataxes, in a bit of {{Flanderization}} from his original, more grey-shaded portrayal.
20th Jan '14 9:03:08 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* CompleteMonster: The Hunter. In contrast to, say, the killer of Disney/{{Bambi}}'s mother, he goes so far as to attempt to burn down Celesteville, a city of demonstrably sapient elephants, just so he doesn't have to give up his hunting.

* CompleteMonster: The Hunter. In contrast to, say, the killer of Disney/{{Bambi}}'s mother, he goes so far as to attempt to burn down Celesteville, a city of demonstrably sapient elephants, just so he doesn't have to give up his hunting.
25th Sep '13 11:50:17 PM Snicka
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Rephrased it to be in line with Tropes Are Not Arguable
** The titular ape from the episode Conga the Terrible (a Film/KingKong {{Expy}}) may also qualify, before revealed to be a GentleGiant.
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** The Also, the titular ape from the episode Conga the Terrible (a Film/KingKong {{Expy}}) may also qualify, {{Expy}}), before revealed to be a GentleGiant.
21st Sep '13 10:38:03 PM ElTheBurner
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* TearJerker: When Babar discovers his dead mother.
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