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History YMMV / Spellbinder

15th Mar '14 1:54:15 PM rzorrz
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* BrokenBase: It's either first or second series, no middle ground. Fans either hate Kathy or Alex and [[NamesTheSame Katrina]].


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* FanFicFuel: Given the premise of the show ''and'' ending of the second series (The Land of the Dragon Lord establishing two "routes" to other dimensions), you would expect an explosion of fan-fiction. [[SubvertedTrope None of this happen]]. On the other hand, the show predates internet, so there weren't many chances to publicise any fan-ficton.
3rd Feb '14 12:07:45 AM Maniago
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* MagnificentBastard: Ashka.

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* MagnificentBastard: Ashka.Ashka.
* NewerThanTheyThink: Everyone in the Land of the Dragon Lord keep on repeating how old and ancient their civilization is... being 400 years old. Ashka laughts at this notion, saying that even Spellbinders rule her world for longer.
22nd Jan '14 12:02:06 PM rzorrz
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* MagnificentBastard: Ashka.
* ValuesDissonance: The first episode shows Paul making gunpowder for a school prank; they even show the recipe on screen! Can you imagine how parents these days would react to a show teaching their kids how to make explosives?

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* EvenBetterSequel: Spellbinder: Land of the Dragon Lord was able to refine the basic idea from the first series, had much better pacing, provided stronger characters and was much more open-minded with it's writting (a girl as the protagonist in action-adventure series aimed mostly for boys just ''opens'' the list of improvements). It also avoided being as formulatic and {{anvilicious}} as [[FairForItsDay first series]], so it aged better.
* MagnificentBastard: Ashka.
* ValuesDissonance: The first episode shows Paul making gunpowder for a school prank; they even show the recipe on screen! Can you imagine how parents these days would react to a show teaching their kids how to make explosives?
Ashka.
5th Jul '12 1:01:11 PM masorick
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* ValuesDissonance: The first episode shows Paul making gunpowder for a school prank; they even show the recipe on screen! Can you imagine how parents these days would react to a show teaching their kids how to make explosives?
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