History YMMV / ThePiratesOfDarkWater

10th Jun '18 6:36:03 PM nombretomado
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* NoProblemWithLicensedGames: The SNES game is a very competent BeatEmUp, and the Genesis version is practically a 16-bit variation of ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''.

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* NoProblemWithLicensedGames: SugarWiki/NoProblemWithLicensedGames: The SNES game is a very competent BeatEmUp, and the Genesis version is practically a 16-bit variation of ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''.
23rd Mar '18 8:44:55 AM Shadowgazer
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* NightmareFuel: It's never pretty when Dark Water gets a hold of anything or anyone. In one episode, ''one drop'' consumes someone from the inside out.

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* NightmareFuel: It's never pretty when The BigBad is a sentient black blob that can warp people and destroy everything it touches. And it's ''trying to engulf the world''. (Also, the episode where the old woman tries using the Dark Water gets in a hold of anything or anyone. In one episode, ''one drop'' consumes someone youth potion and winds up ''being consumed from the inside out.inside'' is probably one of the most disturbing things in a kid's show.
30th May '17 9:24:02 AM kyrtuck
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* NoProblemWithLicensedGames: The SNES game is a very competent BeatEmUp, and the Genesis version is practically a 16-bit variation of ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''.



* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: Averted. The SNES game is a very competent BeatEmUp, and the Genesis version is practically a 16-bit variation of ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''.
12th Apr '17 1:38:14 PM TitoMosquito
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* ForgotAboutHisPowers : Tula finds out she has the power to influence nature, weather, plants, and animals... and promptly forgets that when the ship could use additional wind, or a toxic fog should be dispersed, or when she's in danger from animals...

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* ForgotAboutHisPowers : CrowningMomentOfFunny: In "King Niddler", Konk has been captured for trespassing by the Mobo. ''King'' Niddler tells Konk he's free... to clean up his royal litter.
-->'''Niddler:''' I hate sitting on minga-melon seeds.\\
'''Konk:''' ''(being led by the guards)'' Noy Jitat. Konk rather pluck royal feathers.
* ForgotAboutHisPowers:
Tula finds out she has the power to influence nature, weather, plants, and animals... and promptly forgets that when the ship could use additional wind, or a toxic fog should be dispersed, or when she's in danger from animals...
15th Sep '16 12:16:15 PM Homemaderat
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** Adding to this, both Galtar and Sara are blonde displaced royals on quests.

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** Adding to this, both All three main heroes are blonde, Ren, Galtar and Sara are blonde Sara. Each team contains at least one displaced royals on quests.royal, Ren, Goleeta and Zorn and Sara. The main villain is responsible for the deaths of parents. Bloth is responsible for Ren's father's death, Tormack killed not only Galtar's parents but Goleeta's too. Diabolyn is responsible for Sara's mother's death.



** Also this would be the second HB show to have its heroes on a quest for 13 of something. See ''WesternAnimation/The13GhostsOfScoobyDoo.''

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** Also this would be the second HB show to have its heroes on a quest for 13 of something. See ''WesternAnimation/The13GhostsOfScoobyDoo.'''' In process also making it the second show to not complete a quest for 13 of something either.
24th Aug '16 9:31:00 PM 43110
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* CompleteMonster: [[EldritchAbomination The Dark Dweller]] is the [[BiggerBad being behind]] the titular [[MurderWater "Dark Water,"]] a menacing oily substance that devours whatever it touches and is spreading all throughout the world. By proxy, the Dweller is responsible for countless deaths of places that the Dark Water has devoured. The Dark Dweller is focused on domination and destruction who plans to unleash its Dark Water throughout the world, focused only on consuming and controlling what it can.

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* CompleteMonster: [[EldritchAbomination The Dark Dweller]] is the [[BiggerBad [[GreaterScopeVillain being behind]] the titular [[MurderWater "Dark Water,"]] a menacing oily substance that devours whatever it touches and is spreading all throughout the world. By proxy, the Dweller is responsible for countless deaths of places that the Dark Water has devoured. The Dark Dweller is focused on domination and destruction who plans to unleash its Dark Water throughout the world, focused only on consuming and controlling what it can.
19th Aug '16 3:08:41 PM starofjusticev21
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* {{Narm}}: In Andorus level in the Sega Genesis game, you have to work your way through networks of caves infested with savage beasts and pools of dark water, accompanied by an almost hypnotic while also creepy background tune. All of the quiet menace is a little undone by the farting noises made by blobs of dark water shooting out of pools, though.
15th Jun '16 4:21:54 PM KayiRowling
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* Chickification : when Tula is introduced, she is a capable sailor ActionGirl with her own agenda. After she finds out about her magical powers, she not only gets a more revealing outfit, but is mostly shown either swooning and moaning because of using said powers, or just shouting at other characters and [[DistressedDamsel needing some sort of rescue.]]

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* Chickification : when {{Chickification}}: When Tula is introduced, she is a capable sailor ActionGirl with her own agenda. After she finds out about her magical powers, she not only gets a more revealing outfit, but is mostly shown either swooning and moaning because of using said powers, or just shouting at other characters and [[DistressedDamsel needing some sort of rescue.]]
15th Jun '16 9:33:57 AM Cykuta
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* Chickification: when Tula is introduced, she is a capable sailor ActionGirl with her own agenda. After she finds out about her magical powers, she not only gets a more revealing outfit, but is mostly shown either swooning and moaning because of using said powers, or just shouting at other characters and [[DistressedDamsel needing some sort of rescue.]]

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* Chickification: Chickification : when Tula is introduced, she is a capable sailor ActionGirl with her own agenda. After she finds out about her magical powers, she not only gets a more revealing outfit, but is mostly shown either swooning and moaning because of using said powers, or just shouting at other characters and [[DistressedDamsel needing some sort of rescue.]]
15th Jun '16 9:31:24 AM Cykuta
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* Chickification: when Tula is introduced, she is a capable sailor ActionGirl with her own agenda. After she finds out about her magical powers, she not only gets a more revealing outfit, but is mostly shown either swooning and moaning because of using said powers, or just shouting at other characters and [[DistressedDamsel needing some sort of rescue.]]


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*ForgotAboutHisPowers : Tula finds out she has the power to influence nature, weather, plants, and animals... and promptly forgets that when the ship could use additional wind, or a toxic fog should be dispersed, or when she's in danger from animals...


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* SeasonalRot : After a great start, with changing loyalties, various factions, reveals, dramatic deaths and competent villains, there comes (from ''Andorus'' onwards) a sequence of filler episodes in which Ren becomes more naive and easy to fool, Ioz becomes dumb muscle, and Tula is [[Chickification chickified]] badly. Further treasures are found almost as an afterthought in otherwise MonsterOfTheWeek storylines.


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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot : Ren learns that his father distributed the treasures he had found among his seven trusted companions. So when Ren and his friends are looking for them, they must have been hidden anew by these companions. However, there is no mention of this. It could have been a great addition to the story arc to see those seven, learn of their relationship to Primus, and the reasons why they chose such and such hiding places for the treasures.
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