History YMMV / ThunderCats2011

22nd Apr '16 3:17:28 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* SugarWiki/SoCoolItsAwesome: The premiere has been getting phenomenally good reception from both fans and those new to ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985''. Creator/Studio4C's reputation from projects like ''WesternAnimation/BatmanGothamKnight'' and ''Anime/TheAnimatrix'', high quantities of {{Badass}} and {{Moe}}, and a lot of HeyItsThatGuy are probably all factors bringing the new fans in.

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* SugarWiki/SoCoolItsAwesome: The premiere has been getting phenomenally good reception from both fans and those new to ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985''. Creator/Studio4C's reputation from projects like ''WesternAnimation/BatmanGothamKnight'' and ''Anime/TheAnimatrix'', high quantities of {{Badass}} and {{Moe}}, and a lot of HeyItsThatGuy are probably all factors bringing the new fans in.
18th Jan '16 2:58:10 PM creader
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic:
** No one expected the music to be that ''epic''.
** Though things looked grim when "Omens" first premiered and NoThemeTune was evident, "Ramlak Rising" gave viewers a hypercompressed spin on a classic. There's the IconicLogo, the {{Fanfare}}, the EpicRiff, even the ''words'' are "audible." Verdict: [[ThreeChordsAndTheTruth Stripped down]], but still epic.
** While its usage is not exclusive to the ''[=ThunderCats=]'' series, the epic and amazing music used for the trailers and promos, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0qY0r35XRM "Protectors of the Earth"]], is '''definitely''' worth a mention here.
** Wilykit's playing during Claudus' funeral. Heart-tugging.
** Or [[spoiler:Emrick the Petalar]]'s funeral.
** Lion-O's theme, which gets broken out any time he does something particularly awesome, is heroic beyond description.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flTtnD4Z9j8 The opening fanfare]]. Granted, it's only ten seconds long, but DAMN if it isn't a kickass ten seconds!
26th Nov '15 10:46:58 AM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] in this series is pretty much what his [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985 80's counterpart]] wishes he was. He once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.

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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] in this series is pretty much what his [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985 80's counterpart]] wishes he was. He once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. information via MindRape. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro Tygra into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy kill the Thunderkits]] Thunderkittens]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
19th Nov '15 4:28:55 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] in this series is pretty much what his [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985 80's counterpart]] wishes he was. once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.

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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] in this series is pretty much what his [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985 80's counterpart]] wishes he was. He once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
19th Nov '15 4:26:55 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.

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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] in this series is pretty much what his [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985 80's counterpart]] wishes he was. once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
4th Nov '15 12:09:58 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]], oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.

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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]], oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra Mumm-Ra]] once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
16th Sep '15 11:07:12 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.

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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh Mumm-Ra]], oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil.
16th Sep '15 6:59:45 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and callous, Mumm-Ra is the Ever-Living Source of Evil his 80's counterpart wishes he could be.

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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes. In this series, he is a truly abhorrent being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and callous, emotionless, this iteration of Mumm-Ra is TRULY the Ever-Living Source of Evil his 80's counterpart wishes he could be.Evil.
16th Sep '15 6:44:09 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes, he is the abhorrent force of evil that his 80's counterpart wants to be. He once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]].

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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes, yes. In this series, he is the a truly abhorrent force of evil that his 80's counterpart wants to be. He being. Mumm-Ra once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]]. Cruel, sadistic, and callous, Mumm-Ra is the Ever-Living Source of Evil his 80's counterpart wishes he could be.
14th Sep '15 10:11:57 PM superboy313
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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]].

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* CompleteMonster: [[BigBad Mumm-Ra]] Mumm-Ra]]. Oh yes, he is the abhorrent force of evil that his 80's counterpart wants to be. He once commanded a number of races he kept enslaved using [[ExplosiveLeash explosive collars]] that he placed around their necks. In his quest to [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the universe]], Mumm-Ra, as we see in flashbacks ordered the [[ApocalypseHow destruction of a star system in a highly-inhabited solar system, killing billions in the process]], simply so he could use the remains of the star to forge the [[SwordAlmighty Sword of Plun-Darr]]. Defeated and [[SealedEvilInACan sealed inside a coffin]], Mumm-Ra is freed by [[TheDragon Grune]], and soon attacks Thundera with his army, killing Lion-O's father Claudus and enslaving most of the Thundercats. After taking over Thundera, Mumm-Ra proceeds to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] Jaga for information. In "Between Brothers," Mumm-Ra tries to trick Lion-O and Panthro into killing each other. In the two-part series finale, "What Lies Above," Mumm-Ra threatens to [[WouldHurtAChild destroy the Thunderkits]] when they interfere with his plans, and tries to collapse an entire city to [[KillEmAll kill his enemies]].
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