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!!!''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats2011'' provides examples of the following tropes:

* TailorMadePrison: Panthera ''makes'' one to imprison her Commander.
* TakeUpMySword: [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] and made quite [[LiteralMetaphor literal]]. The Sword of Omens is the AncestralWeapon of Thundera's kings, which Lion-O inherits on his father Claudus' death.
* [[TalkingIsAFreeAction Talking]]/TransformationIsAFreeAction: Notably [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]], in service of TheUnreveal. Mumm-Ra attempts his incantation only to be interrupted [[spoiler:by the rising sun.]] Fortunately for him, he has an army on his side.
* TapOnTheHead: Cheetara uses her staff to sharply rap the head of a mugger who had Lion-O headlocked, in a ConvenientlyTimedAttackFromBehind
* TeamTitle
* TechnologyIsEvil: "The Soul Sever" shows that Lion-O slowly adopted this point of view since the destruction of Thundera, going from one extreme to another. The events of the episode itself make him realize that technology isn't inherently bad or good, it's how it's used that decides it.
* TempleOfDoom: In "Journey to the Tower of Omens" an elaborate one (with PlotTailoredToTheParty) must be traversed to get to the Tower of Omens.
** Mount Plun-Darr in "The Curse of Ratilla"
* TemptingFate:
-->'''Claudus [during Lion-O's rite of passage]:''' It is now the [=ThunderCats=] who are strong enough to maintain this fragile peace!
-->...
-->'''Tygra [during the fête]:''' Perhaps what the skeptics say is true: the book's existence is no more real than its stories of technology or Mumm-Ra.
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-->'''Tygra [while boasting their discovery of the [[EvilWeapon SoP]]]:''' See? I told you all of that nonsense about...
-->'''Cheetara [interrupts him]:''' DON'T. Taunt. The curse!
* ThemeTune: The original, [[RearrangeTheSong rearranged]] and ''severely'' [[TruncatedThemeTune truncated]].
* TheoryBeforePhenomenon: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] Type One. Viewpoint character Lion-O ''is'' the "crackpot" explaining his belief in LostTechnology to a skeptical but patient Cheetara, while escorting her to the shop of Jorma, his FriendInTheBlackMarket. Jorma proudly says: "Y'think ''this'' is a fairy tale?" while unveiling a BlackBox. Cheetara pegs it as WorthlessYellowRocks, and, not unkindly, says she thinks Lion-O is "[[DamnedByFaintPraise different]]."
* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: When the Lizards want an empire to fall, they hit it with [[SuperweaponSurprise everything they've got]].
* TheyCalledMeMad: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]]. Lion-O makes reference to years of being called crazy for his disturbingly irrational dabbling in the science of technology. His great sin? ''[[TheCuckoolanderWasRight Believing in it]].''
* ThickerThanWater:
** In "Omens Part 1": This leads Claudus to come to his [[TheUnfavorite unfavorite]] Lion-O's defense when Grune remarks on what a great king Tygra would have made within Lion-O's earshot, even though Claudus has expressed similar sentiments to Tygra himself.
** In "Ramlak Rising" Lion-O [[DiscussedTrope discusses]] this in a fury over Tygra's agreement with Cheetara that avenging Claudus' death should wait. Instead, Lion-O wishes to hunt down Mumm-Ra, electing RevengeBeforeReason.
* ThirdEye: When using the Sword of Omens' "Sight Beyond Sight", Lion-O [[StaringThroughTheSword stares through the sword]] positioning the hilt so the Eye of Thundera rests against his forehead, and a glowing [[FacelessEye pupil manifests]].
* ThirstyDesert: In "Ramlak Rising" the [=ThunderCats=] begin CrossingTheDesert rather conventionally, until they reach the [[SandIsWater Sand Sea]]. Things start to get weird when they get hauled onto a Pirate Ship...
* ThisIsGonnaSuck: Cheetara's reaction when Panthro meets up with Grune for the first time since Grune's betrayal.
* ThreatBackfire: Grune destroys a tree in the Elephant's home hoping to scare them into telling him what he wants to know. They thank him kindly and honestly as removing the tree will give their gardens more sunlight now.
* ThreePlusTwo: In "Ramlak Rising" PowerTrio Lion-O, Tygra and Cheetara ([[TeamPet and Snarf]]) pick up {{Tagalong Kid}}s the Thunderkittens on their way out of Thundera.
* ThresholdGuardians: In "The Trials of Lion-O" arc, the Spirit Stone makes Lion-O face guardians [[AFormYouAreComfortableWith in the form of]] the other [=ThunderCats=] that challenge him to overcome his various flaws. Each guard keys that he must win through defeating their challenges, which then open gateways to proceed further in the trials, given to him to see if he is worthy [[spoiler:of a [[BackFromTheDead second chance]] at life.]]
* ThroughAFaceFullOfFur: In "Journey to the Tower of Omens," Wilykit blushes briefly while making smooching noises, teasing Lion-O about Cheetara's HandsOnApproach when coaching him in the use of the Sword of Omens.
** In "Into the Astral Plain", we see a young Tygra blush during a flashback to when he first met Cheetara.
* ThrowingDownTheGauntlet:
** In "Omens Part 1" During Grune's homecoming festival, while watching GladiatorGames in TheThunderdome, Lion-O finally has enough of Tygra's insults, and challenges him to a match, hoping to embarrass him in front of his hero, Grune. It doesn't end well.
** In "The Duelist and the Drifter" this is how the Duelist gets young, HotBlooded swordsmen like Lion-O to agree to duel him. He favors the ShowdownAtHighNoon.
** In the same episode, the Drifter doesn't throw down a gauntlet so much as lazily proffer the willow reed [[OralFixation in his mouth]]. He bets Lion-O can't split it, and gives him [[RuleOfThree three swings]] to try...
** Later, Lion-O demands a rematch and the Duelist agrees, but only if Lion-O [[DuelToTheDeath puts his life at stake]].
** Tygra bets [[spoiler: three of the power stones]] on his ability to beat a bird at flying and challenges the bird prefect Vultaire in "What Lies Above, Part 1." [[spoiler: [[{{Badass}} Tygra wins.]]]]
* TheThunderdome: Thundera has a tremendous amphitheatre where Cats can watch the BloodSport GladiatorGames. It's later the site of a DefensiveFeintTrap and Claudus' assassination at the climax of TheSiege of Thundera.
* TimeDissonance: The [=ThunderCats=] encounter the Petalars, who age in the span of a day - a briefly lost child reappears as an ''adult'', and deeply touched that they had "never stopped looking for me" when he had been out of sight for mere minutes.
* TiredOfRunning: In "Song of the Petalars," Lion-O decides to face the Lizard army head-on after they have spent a day on a SternChase. Only a DeusExMachina prevents the battle from becoming the [=ThunderCats=]' LastStand.
* TitleOnlyOpening: Rare Western Animation example.
* TitleScream: "Thunder... THUNDER... THUNDERCATS, HOOOOOOO!!!"
* ToAbsentFriends: Claudus' speech at the games' opening dedication ends with him, his sons and Grune raising their glasses to toast Panthro, while the crowd cheers raucously.
* TomesOfProphecyAndFate: The Book of Omens
* TooImportantToWalk: Grune arrives standing astride a giant geode hauled by a [[WorkingOnTheChainGang chain gang]] of dozens of Lizard slaves.
* TookALevelInJerkass: All the cats have done this at one point or another. Lion-O has an extended bout of it from "New Alliances" through the end of "The Trials of Lion-O," the first part of which had ''all'' the cats taking a level or two, actively picking on and subverting him. {{Justified|Trope}} in "The Trials of Lion-O, Part 1," as the other cats could see Lion-O was leading them on a wild goose chase [[spoiler: into the trap that ultimately kills him (he gets better). They do feel pretty bad about it when he dies though.]]
* TorchesAndPitchforks: When Lion-O's attempt at ShamingTheMob backfires and they begin to demand a VigilanteExecution of stockaded Lizard prisoners, Lion-O demands the mob GoThroughMe as he's joined by Tygra and Cheetara. Their leader's response is to call Lion-O "[[FantasticSlur Lizard Lover]]" and then threaten to put ''him'' in the stocks. A brawl breaks out which is only halted by the timely arrival of Claudus.
* TownWithADarkSecret: [[spoiler:The Tiger Clan village.]]
* TragicKeepsake: During his DeathNotification, Grune hands over one of Panthro's nunchucks, describing in vague, praiseworthy terms, the circumstances of his death... which would be fine [[SubvertedTrope if Panthro had died]].
** As of "Native Son," [[spoiler: Tygra's new whip, which was left to him by his biological father.]]
* TrailOfBreadcrumbs: [[spoiler:Wilykit, who seems to be the only one who believes that Lion-O is still alive in "The Trials of Lion-O, Part 1", marks some boulders with drawings of her own face as the group is captured and forced to go with Slithe.]]
* TrainingThePeacefulVillagers: "Berbils"
* TransformationSequence: TheHero Lion-O's ''weapon'', the Sword of Omens, has a stock transformation sequence via ByThePowerOfGrayskull where the blade lengthens from dagger to longsword while [[SwordSparks sparking]] impressively and shooting {{Sword Beam}}s, recreated [[InternalHomage shot-for-shot]] from the [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats original series]].
** Mumm-Ra's OneWingedAngel, which uses StockFootage of him going from a skinning mummy to a hulking giant.
* TransformingMecha: The Berbils have their own [[VideoGame/{{Metroid}} Morph Ball]] form.
* TrialBalloonQuestion: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] as Jaga deliberately walks Lion-O into asking one
-->'''Jaga''': The Book says that [[IHaveThisFriend our greatest king]] will possess the ability of "[[{{Precognition}} Sight Beyond Sight]],"
-->'''Lion-O''': Like having visions?
* TrojanHorse: [[spoiler:The Lizard Army gets into Thundera by hiding in a large, fake geode.]]
* TronLines: Appear on Mumm-Ra's FuturisticPyramid when its door opens.
* TruncatedThemeTune: ''Ten seconds'' worth of surprisingly effective aural AdaptationDistillation.
* TrueLovesKiss: Played straight for drama in "The Curse of Ratilla" [[spoiler:between Cheetara and Tygra, breaking the curse of the [[EvilWeapon Sword of Plun-Darr.]]]]
* TwoGirlsToATeam: Cheetara and Wilykit in a 2:4 ratio to male [=ThunderCats=] (plus [[TeamPet a Snarf]].)
** Subverted when Pumyra joins the team [[spoiler:and then [[DoubleSubversion Double Subverted]] when she betrays them and leaves]].
* TwoGuysAndAGirl: The Initial PowerTrio of Lion-O Tygra and Cheetara.
* UnderestimatingBadassery:
** In "Omens Part 1" an AngryMob does this, assuming that Lion-O, Tygra and Cheetara are too outnumbered to put up much of a fight when pulling a GoThroughMe in defense of some Lizards.
** In "The Duelist and the Drifter," the Duelist [[InvertedTrope inverts]] and [[ExploitedTrope exploits]] this to get inexperienced and HotBlooded swordsmen to take up his challenge.
** In the same episode, the Drifter [[InvertedTrope takes advantage of]] Lion-O's naiveté to make a point about how sorely outmatched Lion-O is against opponents with any measure of defensive guile.
* {{Unobtanium}}: In "Old Friends" Thundrillium is needed to power the Thundertank, so the [=ThunderCats=] have to head to Cloud Mine, where the Lizards have a mining operation.
* UnreliableIllustrator:
** Sometimes the Eye of Thundera is depicted with a [[FacelessEye black pupil]] in its resting state, other times, it's simply a red stone.
** In "Old Friends" Grune's mace vanishes [[HyperSpaceMallet then reappears]] just as he's taking a swing at Panthro.
** In "The Duelist and the Drifter," despite being narratively referred to as such, the Duelist's left hand sword does not match the gold Sword of Hattanzo, but is a [[PaletteSwap gold recolor]] of the grey serrated sword the Duelist used in {{flashback}} before obtaining it.
** In "Recipe for disaster", the swelling on Pumyra's face disappears and reappears throughout the first half of the episode.
* TheUnreveal: Mumm-Ra's attempted transformation in "Omens Part 2" is interrupted [[spoiler:by the timely arrival of the sun.]]
* UnsportsmanlikeGloating: In "Omens Part 1": Tygra does this ''before'' he's won a match of the GladiatorGames against Lion-O, as an effective IShallTauntYou that ultimately ensures Tygra's win.
* UnusualEyebrows: On many Cats.
* UnwillingSuspension:
** In "Omens Part 2" A hostage is presented to Claudus this way, as part of a HostageForMacGuffin gambit.
** In "The Duelist and the Drifter" The Drifter gets [[DownplayedTrope snagged]] on fences [[RuleOfThree three times]], each time needing [[DistressedDude Lion-O's help]] to get down, and offering advice in return.
* UrbanSegregation: The first hint that Thundera is not the ShiningCity shown in the EpicTrackingShot is the downward {{tilt}} exposing Thundera's slums. WordOfGod holds that this is not just classism at work, but the [[http://crewofomens.tumblr.com/post/8435103220/i-first-saw-thundercats-on-toonami-when-i-was-young mechanism]] of a FantasticCasteSystem, whereby tailed Cats and Specific minorities are confined to a FantasticGhetto, while the tailless live lives of wealth and privilege.
* VaguenessIsComing: It's little wonder that Lion-O didn't know what his vision in the Sword of Omens meant. A contextless MirrorMonster image of a scary, red-eyed face doesn't exactly scream, "TheEmpire is doomed to fall on the 'morrow."
* VestigialEmpire: Thundera, with its handful of living Cats, a monarch among them.
* ViewersAreGoldfish: A ReallyDeadMontage occurs that contains only intra-episode footage, which is more than a little redundant.
* VigilanteExecution: Threatened by an AngryMob that feels like inflicting some DisproportionateRetribution on a pair of stockaded Lizard scavengers, until Lion-O challenges them to GoThroughMe.
* VikingFuneral: For Claudus.
* VillainExitStageLeft:
** In "Old Friends" Grune bolts after siccing The Driller on the heroes, with a "Until next time, Panthro!"
** In "Journey to the Tower of Omens" Mumm-Ra turns tail and runs after the [=ThunderCats=] gain an unexpected advantage.
** In "The Duelist and the Drifter" The Duelist is allowed to run after trying to stab an opponent InTheBack.
** In "Berbils" the Conquedor and his allies run after Lion-O disarms him.
* VisionQuest: Lion-O must perform one of these before he can fully access the Book of Omens
* VisualPun: Thundera's GladiatorGames have Cats [[CatUpATree racing up a tree]], while [[CatFight fighting]] to ring [[WhoWillBellTheCat a bell]] and losing when [[CatsHateWater they hit water]].
* TheVoiceless: The Clerics, Claudus' ChurchMilitant PraetorianGuard who dress like [[NunsAreSpooky spooky nuns]] speak no dialogue as part of their {{Full Body Disguise}}s.
* VomitDiscretionShot: In "Ramlak Rising" when Tygra vomits off the side of the sand-ship, the viewer is spared the visual (but not the audio) through depicting him from behind, slumped over the ship's rail with his face off-camera.
* WalkingTheEarth:
** The series' premise is that the [=ThunderCats=] must do this in search of {{MacGuffin}}s that have the power to stop BigBad Mumm-Ra.
** In "The Duelist and the Drifter," this is TheDrifter's exit, [[RidingIntoTheSunset walking into the sunset]] on a journey [[spoiler:to return all the Duelist's swords to their former owners.]]
* WalkingTank: The Lizards have these along with rifles as a mainstay of their army.
* TheWallAroundTheWorld:
** In "Omens Part 1" Thundera is shown to have one of these, contributing to the Cats' insularity and complacent sense of superiority.
** In "Song of the Petalars" [[TheHedgeOfThorns the Briar]] [[TheLostWoods Woods]] functions as this for the [[{{Lilliputians}} Lilliputian]] Petalars, leaving them trapped and unable to find their way out to ThePromisedLand.
* WallCrawl: Cats can do this thanks to their hand and footclaws (which is why they [[BarefootCartoonAnimal go barefoot]] or wear spats) and employ the ability for sport when racing [[CatUpATree up a tree]] in their GladiatorGames.
* WallJump: Cats can jump from branch-to-branch on the vertical or [[RoofHopping horizontal]], covering great distances InASingleBound.
* WatchingTroyBurn: Lion-O during the siege of Thundera.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: "Old Friends" centers around a series of {{flashback}}s that delve into Panthro's friendship with, and eventual betrayal by, Grune.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Mumm-Ra is now weakened by direct sunlight.
** [[spoiler: Doesn't appear to be an issue anymore after he sockets the Tech Stone into the Gaunlet of Plun-Darr.]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:Headmaster Zig]], who in his zeal to protect the Forest of Magi Oar will [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans use any means]], including [[spoiler:[[LogicalFallacies cutting down the forest for the paper to fuel his magic]]]] and fighting its guardian.
** The Soul Sever just wants to be reunited with his dead wife two children by putting their souls in machine bodies. It's a pity that he won't accept help from Lion-O after stealing the Book of Omens to complete the process, then tries to rip Tygra's soul from his body to merge it with a machine, and it [[GoneHorriblyWrong all goes horribly wrong]] anyway.
* WhamEpisode: "Legacy". [[spoiler:How did all the animal races get to Third Earth? They're descendants of the survivors of the crash of Mumm-Ra's spacecraft. Why is there AnimalJingoism? The Cats were Mumm-Ra's willing servants, the other species were slaves. Think the Eye is the only magical gem of power? Think again. And those are only some of the major plot points dropped in this episode.]]
** "Between Brothers". [[spoiler:Grune gets ([[NeverFoundTheBody seemingly]]) killed off. Panthro, in a HeroicSacrifice[=/=]RevengeBeforeReason moment, [[LifeOrLimbDecision loses his arms]] to get rid of his old friend. Lion-O obtains the Spirit Stone and nearly gives Mumm-Ra a CurbStompBattle. And after a CainAndAbel battle and heartwarming reaffirmation of brotherhood which seemingly subverts the prophetic vision of the previous episode, Lion-O gets to witness Tygra and Cheetara's RelationshipUpgrade.]]
** "What Lies Above: Part 2". [[spoiler:The leader of the Avistians changes sides mid-battle, shooting down Tygra. Mumm-Ra defeats Lion-O and knocks the Tech Stone free, thus causing the crash of the city. Pumyra is revealed to be DeadAllAlong and a SixthRangerTraitor who serves Mumm-Ra for {{Revenge}} and gives him the Tech Stone. Panthro manages to land the city mostly safely, and the kits succeed in showing Lion-O the good he has done through all those who came to ally with him, but the battle against Mumm-Ra has become even more dire with only one stone left to find and Lion-O's heart and faith are broken.]]
* WhamLine:
--> [[spoiler: '''Pumyra''': Lion-O, you are my king... but ''he'' is my master]].
* WhatMeasureIsANonCute: In "Survival Of The Fittest", the hungry kittens refuse to kill the cute prey, but they gladly beat up an ugly beastly predator (who was hunting to eat) to rescue them.
* WhatTheHellTownspeople: In "Omens Part 1" the Thunderian AngryMob is foolish and antagonistic enough to pick a fight with Lion-O and Tygra, their princes, one of whom will eventually ''rule over'' them.
* WhatWereYouThinking:
** Frequently directed at Lion-O. In "Omens Part 2" Tygra chastised him for not saying anything about his vision of Mumm-Ra.
** In "Ramlak Rising" Tygra and Cheetara call him out for nearly driving them to ruin when consumed by rage.
** In "Old Friends" Panthro cannot fathom his impulsive [[LeeroyJenkins blind charge]] into battle.
* WholeEpisodeFlashback: "Old Friends," the bulk of which reveals Panthro and Grune's history, Grune's motives and betrayal, and why Panthro was believed dead. [[note]]First hinted by the art director [[http://farfie-kins.deviantart.com/art/THUNDERCATS-HO-246011858 here]] in an early review.[[/note]]
* WholePlotReference: "Ramlak Rising" is one whole ShoutOut to ''Literature/MobyDick''.
* WithAFriendAndAStranger: The initial PowerTrio consists of Lion-O, his brother Tygra and newly-met acquaintance Cheetara.
* AWizardDidIt: In "Journey to the Tower of Omens" this is explicitly provided as a reason for the BambooTechnology and {{Durable Deathtrap}}s of the TempleOfDoom. They were crafted by Thundera's ancient Clerics.
* [[spoiler:WizardsFromOuterSpace]]: In "Legacy" this is quite ''literally'' the ancient history of Mumm-Ra and the [=ThunderCats=].
* WorkingOnTheChainGang: Four-dozen Lizard slaves haul Grune's giant geode into Thundera.
* WorldOfFunnyAnimals: PlayedForDrama. In the words of Thundera's King Claudus, Third Earth is "...a world of ''warring'' animals." Apart from a small enclave of [[{{Lilliputians}} Lilliputian]] PlantPeople, Third Earth is presented as being this... until Lion-O's arrival in the series' first real AdventureTown introduces us to droves and droves of ''[[HumanoidAliens aliens]]''... [[LionsAndTigersAndHumansOhMy oh my]]!
* WorthIt: Panthro's reaction to [[spoiler: sacrificing both of his arms to ensure Grune's (apparent) death]] in "Between Brothers."
* WorthLivingFor: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] the Drifter thanks Lion-O for bringing him out of his funk and helping him rediscover a purpose in life, embracing [[TheDrifter his archetype]] and WanderingTheEarth [[spoiler:to return all of the Duelist's swords to their former owners]].
* WorthlessYellowRocks: Thunderian Cats like Cheetara dismiss evidence of BlackMarket LostTechnology as being forgeries to take in the gullible.
** In the pilot, the Thunderkittens pass near a transport filled with gold and jewels looted by the Lizards from the Thunderra treasuries, and prudently decide that taking the clothes lying among the gold will be the most practical choice.
** In "The Duelist and the Drifter", Lion-O tries to pay with Thunderran currency, but finds out to his chagrin that its value has dropped significantly since the kingdom's fall.
* WrittenByTheWinners: Along with having a genuinely [[FutureImperfect poor historical memory]], Thundera has styled itself as the SuperiorSpecies in its oral histories, having "brought order to a world of warring animals."
** The motives and actions of the characters are shown to the audience chiefly from the hero Lion-O's point of view. A few of the episodes are even written by the voice actor who plays Lion-O.
* WrongSideOfTheTracks: The Thunderkittens live in a hovel, in the FantasticGhetto of Thundera's slums.
* XanatosGambit: TheSiege has multiple traps to force Thundera's fall. [[spoiler:First Claudus and Tygra are trapped at the gate and offered Panthro in exchange for the Sword of Omens. When Jaga's Clerics intervene, they're led into a DefensiveFeintTrap in TheThunderdome, surrounded by {{Walking Tank}}s, until Lion-O intervenes. When they get to Panthro, he stabs Claudus, reveals himself as a disguised Mumm-Ra, and kills the Clerics. "Thundera has fallen!".]]
* YouAreAlreadyDead: In "The Duelist and the Drifter" Lion-O does this on a large block of stone.
* YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre: "Omens Part One" has a nice little moment between Lion-O and Jaga.
--> '''Lion-O''': It's official, they think I'm a failure. And they always will unless I can prove I'm not chasing a childish dream... But how can I do that when even Grune said there wasn't tech out there?!\\
'''Jaga''': Don't let what Grune failed to see stand in the way of what you believe.
* YouAreNotAlone: In "What Lies Above" Pt 2, Lion-O faces [[spoiler:Mumm-Ra and [[SixthRangerTraitor Pumyra]] alone and likely to fall when [[TrueCompanions the other Cats arrive to save him.]] Though they fail to stop Mumm-Ra from owning them further, they receive this again when [[GondorCallsForAid Kit and Kat arrive with the friends they made during the series]] showing Lion-O he has made a difference for the better in the world.]]
* YouAreNotReady:
** Claudus' disappointed remark when he thinks Lion-O's failed his RiteOfPassage.
** Reiterated by Jaga when Lion-O is nearly defeated in battle [[spoiler:by Mumm-Ra in OneWingedAngel form, prior to Jaga's HeroicSacrifice for Lion-O's sake]].
* YourMindMakesItReal: The Astral Plane. Though whether this is a natural property of the place or due to Mumm-Ra's mystical manipulation isn't clear.
* YourSoulIsMine: Type 2 (Method undetermined): [[spoiler:Mumm-Ra imprisons Jaga in a [[SoulJar magical lantern]] that points the way to the Book of Omens.]]
* ZorroMark: At Claudus' VikingFuneral, Lion-O heats his sword in the flames to carve the royal emblem into the base of Claudus' ruined monument.
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