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!!!''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'' provides examples of the following tropes:

* DarkestHour: The season 1 finale.
* DarkSkinnedRedhead: [[spoiler:Sadlygrove after his makeover.]]
* ADayInTheLimelight:
** Episode 20 is mostly spent exploring Evangelyne's psyche.
** Sadlygrove gets one two episodes later.
* DeadlyDodging: Another use of Yugo's portals, by going through them or having the enemy going through them. A good fighting tactic against Igôle in episode 21, [[spoiler:which finally results in the beast going down a chasm. This only slowed it for a while, though]].
* DeadpanSnarker: Evangelyne; Ruel
* DeathCourse:
** The treasure room security in episode 9.
** The Dragon-Pig's lair in season 2 episode 5.
* DeathGlare:
** Ruel's grandmother will give you one if you ever say the word "borrow". Or "discount". Or "refund". Or... well, any suggestion you could pay less than her tariff.
** In the manga, Amalia gives one to Maude [[ShipTease as she gives a birthday kiss to Yugo]].
* DelayedCausality:
** Sadlygrove's sword slashes often go according to this, but they split stuff immediately just as often according to RuleOfDrama. For example in episode 20, when he [[spoiler:slices up the arthropod monster in Evangelyne's dream]].
** Also, the snow sculptures sliced in halves by Ruel in episode 17.
** Remington's boomerang has this effect on buildings.
* DemonicPossession: Shushu guardians technically exist to ''prevent'' this from happening, but Sadlygrove is not very good at it, and has been possessed by Rubilax on more than one occasion.
** In episode 6 [[spoiler:Vampyro is revealed to be Shushu guardian Wagnar, corrupted by Shadofang]].
** Rubilax has also possessed [[spoiler:Amalia's vegetal doll]] in episode 7.
** In episode 25, [[spoiler:Rubilax possesses Sadlygrove once more, but left him in control, since the possession was consensual this time]].
** Grany Smisse has this happen to him on purpose in season 2.
** In season 2 episode 2, we learn that [[spoiler:Rubilax had taken complete control of Sadlygrove's human body, leaving Sadlygrove trapped inside of Rubilax's sword]]. This is remedied a few episodes later.
** Anathar was the Shushu possessing [[spoiler:the Justice Knight's father]]. Anathar later does the same thing to [[spoiler:Adamai]].
* DemonLordsAndArchdevils:
** Rushu the Lord of Shushus;
** Osamodas, who, while being technically regarded as a god, is just a very powerful demon.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment:
-->'''The Justice Knight:''' Justice calls for[[LettingTheAirOutOfTheBand ...]] Justice!\\\
'''Jactance:''' This is literally '''literal'''!!
* DepthDeception:
** Played with in episode 14 with Moon's entrance, with shadows and a close-up obfuscating temporarily the fact that the monkey isn't quite the expected size.
** Also when Rubilax [[spoiler:is freed from the sword]] in episode 22; it isn't immediately obvious that [[spoiler:he's half Sadlygrove's height. He doesn't stay that size for long, though]].
* DespairEventHorizon:
** In episode 25, when [[spoiler:Sadlygrove dies]]. Everything from Eva's reaction, to the fact that even Rubilax is visibly saddened by it combines to create an utterly crushing moment. And as if to defy the very idea of a DespairEventHorizon, it proceeds to [[FromBadToWorse get even worse]].
** [[spoiler:Nox]] manages to cross it twice. The first time [[spoiler:when he finds out his wife and children are dead, which causes the entire events of the first season,]] and the second [[spoiler:when he finds out that despite all the effort he went through to go back in time to prevent said deaths, that ultimately his plan was impossible and that all the people he killed will not only stay dead but that all his effort was for nothing. This drives him to kill himself]].
* {{Destructive Saviour}}s: It seems that every time our FiveManBand tries to save a village from invaders, they level at least half of it in the fight anyway.
* DetectEvil: Grougaloragran can see auras and detect evil. Unfortunately, the heroes accidentally spurs the ancient dragon to attack by [[spoiler:travelling with a [[SealedEvilInACan Shushu]]]].
* {{Determinator}}:
** Sadlygrove. He seems to have gotten this from his mentor, [[spoiler:Goultard]].
** Also, Nox, in an obsessive, highly demented sort of way.
* DeusExMachina:
** Twice in episode 25. First when [[spoiler:Ruel saves Eva and Amalia from Razortime by crushing his arm with his DrillTank out of nowhere]], and second when [[spoiler:Master Joris saves now the three of them from Nox's creation by destroying it with a single hit]]. Both were conveniently too late to prevent [[spoiler:the death of everyone's favorite IdiotHero]].
** [[spoiler:The whole ending in general. Nox possibly kills Yugo and starts up the time machine. However, he learns too late that he didn't have nearly enough Wakfu to go back hundreds of years, only 20 minutes. The only reason his plan failed was because there was no possible way that he could have amassed enough Wakfu.]]
* DevourTheDragon: [[spoiler:Rushu devours ''his entire army'']] for a power boost when he realizes [[spoiler:Goultard]] is stronger than him.
* DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: Grany Smisse is used as a diversion to distract Rushu.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: [[spoiler:Goultard]] kicks [[spoiler:Rushu's]] ass almost effortlessly [[spoiler:until the latter devours his entire Shushu army for a power boost. Even then, Goultard holds his own and musters enough strength to trap them both in the Shushu realm.]]
* DiedInYourArmsTonight: Episode 25 has [[spoiler:Sadlygrove dying in Evangelyne's arms]].
* DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler:Remington and Grany]] in episode 3 of season 2.
* DistractingDisambiguation: While fighting a villain named "[[ShapedLikeItself The Black Raven]]", Yugo makes the point that ''all'' ravens are black. The team then immediately drops what they're doing in order to work on a better name for him.
* DistressedDamsel:
** Parodied in episode 4, with Sadlygrove lured into the cursed castle by a promise of Damsels in Distress... to [[DistressedDude end up in the role]], captured by the Ugly Princesses.
** This happens more often to Evangelyne than Amalia. Even lampshaded in episode 18:
--->'''Amalia:''' Why is she always the one getting kidnapped? ''I'm'' the princess!
* DistressedDude:
** Sadlygrove in season 1 episode 4, "Miss Ugly".
** Yugo in season 2 episode 4, [[spoiler:"Sadlygrove's Return"]].
** Ruel in season 2 episode 5, "The Dragon-Pig".
* DivineIntervention: Spoofed in episode 16 when Ruel asks Enutrof himself for a miracle to [[spoiler:avoid being eaten by Grougaloragran]], promising to "double his offerings" if his prayer is answered. This results in [[spoiler:Enutrof manifesting with a ray of light to tell Ruel that "Two times zero still equals zero"]].
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: In the episode "Cleophelia", Sadlygrove tries to use Rubilax in the ring (by making him grow bigger). After a couple of failed attempts, he adds "I'm sorry, this is the first time this has happened to me."
* DoesNotLikeShoes:
** Amalia is most usually barefoot (except during both Gobbowl arcs, in the polar region in episodes 17-18, or when dressed in full princess regalia).
** Sadlygrove seems to have lost his shoes sometime after episode 22.
* TheDollEpisode: Nox shows his talent for mechanical {{puppet shows}} in the bonus episode, but that was just the precursor to his puppet shows recreating [[spoiler:his family life before he found the Eliacube]] in episode 24. Logically it should be touching that he's made a puppet show to remind him of that, but it's just [[NightmareFuel really, really creepy]].
* DoNotTauntCthulhu: In season 2 episode 9, [[spoiler:Sadlygrove]] quickly learns that lacking respect for Rushu is suicidal.
* DoomedHometown: Emelka. Within the first episode, it's wrecked by a monstrous possessed berserker and attacked by vengeful forest spirits that turn many inhabitants into plants. Sure, they got better, but then they're paid a visit by a crazy time mage right afterwards...
* DoorstopBaby: Yugo
* DownerEnding: The season 1 finale, shockingly for a Saturday-morning cartoon, did not end happily. [[spoiler:Sadlygrove, after going through so much CharacterDevelopment and [[RelationshipUpgrade finally having Evangelyne return his feelings]] is killed by Nox's Razortime, [[BreakTheCutie emotionally crushing Evangelyne]] and giving Yugo BerserkerTears. Nox himself, having spent the past 200 years draining entire countries to gather the wakfu he needs, is only able to travel back in time ''twenty minutes'', which is not long enough to revive most of the people that he has killed. The result is that due to his insanity, hundreds of thousands of lives have been destroyed ''for absolutely no reason'', with no hope of respite. [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds If you're a fan of Nox]], his failure to attain any sort of resolution is just as heart-breaking.]]\\\
You could count it as a BittersweetEnding too insofar as the BigBad has stopped remorselessly killing people and [[spoiler:everyone but Sadlygrove survived and Nox's plan to destroy the Sadida ultimately failed]]. However, some of the moments that made it sweet, like [[spoiler:the memorial to Sadlygrove and the Sadida returning to their previous lives]], only serve to remind you of the bitter parts. Made sweeter in retrospect when [[spoiler:Sadlygrove returns]] in season 2.
* DraggedOffToHell: [[spoiler:Sadlygrove by Rubilax instead of entering Heaven]], as seen in season 2 episode 4.
* TheDragon: Anathar, to Rushu. [[spoiler: He later becomes an actual dragon by possessing Adamai]].
* DramaticGunCock: A very shotgun-esque one by the bamboo squirt guns in episode 13 of season 2.
* DramaticThunder
* DramaticUnmask:
** The Black Raven tries one, but the [[FailedAttemptAtDrama drama fails a bit]] from the helmet being shortly stuck.
** The Masked Gobbowler has a straighter example.
* DramaticWind: Lampshaded in episode 6.
-->'''Yugo:''' Look at his cape! It's moving by itself!
* DrillTank: Ruel has one that he uses in episode 25.
* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:Nox]] in the credits of episode 26. After realizing that [[spoiler:the Eliacube won't let him travel 200 years back in time and he has no way of seeing his family again]], he simply lies down and dies next to [[spoiler:their gravestones]]. Of course, [[spoiler:he was long dead anyway, only kept alive by the power of the Eliacube. His body turns to dust and blows away, leaving only his armour and bandages behind]].
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler: Ruel. Though [[FakingTheDead not really]].]]
* DrunkenBoxing: Pandawas
* DubNameChange:
** German:
*** Yugo -- Yago (This one's justified in that "Yugo" is considered offensive slang in Germany.)
*** Tristepin Percedal -- Tristamax Percidral
*** Evangelyne -- Angelya
*** Amalia -- Amaya
*** Ruel Stroud -- Ruel Struut
** English:
*** Tristepin Percedal -- Sadlygrove Percedal
*** Cléophée -- Cleophelia
* DugTooDeep: According to the Wabbit King, that's the reason he lost his throne. Although he happens to be an UnreliableNarrator; [[spoiler:in truth he lost it at poker.]]
* DullEyesOfUnhappiness: Qilby
* DumbMuscle: The Iop class, including Sadlygrove. The Iop king even uses this stereotype in a positive way, claiming they are not smart enough to consider betrayal.
* DungeonCrawling: A few of the heroes' adventures. The Dragon-Pig's lair in season 2 episode 5 hangs a lampshade on the whole thing, with a map alluding of the traps to come, and a few meta references to online [=RPGs=].
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* EarnYourHappyEnding: Debatable. On the one hand the overall tone of the season 1 ending fits with this trope, on the other hand [[spoiler:the heroes don't actually earn the ending themselves. The villain does succeed in defeating them, but his actual plan fails simply because it never would have worked in the first place, regardless of what the heroes did]].
* TheEasyWayOrTheHardWay: Remington Smisse, on his first confrontation with Evangelyne. With rhymes to boot.
* EenieMeenieMinyMoai: A fox version thereof in episode 15 of season 2.
* EggMacGuffin:
** [[spoiler:Grougaloragran]]'s dofus in the second half of season 1.
** [[spoiler:It hatches]] in season 2 episode 6, passing the baton to Shinonome's dofus for the rest of the second season.
* {{Egopolis}}: Rubilaxia
* ElementalPowers: Yugo and Nox use space and time, respectively, and the Sadidas control plants (the Chinese element wood). On the minor characters' side, Vampyro (or rather [[spoiler:Shadofang]]) can control darkness/shadows, and (if you really want to stretch the definition of "element") Chouquette can control pastries.
* EmbarrassingFirstName: The Mmmmmmmmmporpg's true name is [[spoiler:Marylin]]. It's also his BerserkButton.
* EmbarrassingNickname: Sir Sadlygrove Percedal has a real name much cooler than his nickname, which is either "Grovy" or "Percy" depending on if you subscribe to fansubs or the official English translation. It's even worse in the original French: Sadlygrove's name is originally Tristepin (an almost literal translation), and his nickname is "Pinpin". His master, [[spoiler:Goultard]], calls him "Pipoun". Guess you can't go lower than that for a fearsome warrior.
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* EmpathyDollShot: In the village devastated by Rubilaxia.
* EnemyMine: Evangelyne and Remington Smisse against [[spoiler:Rubilax's ghouls]] in "Rubilaxia".
* EnergyBall:
** Razortime fire balls of "Pure Stasis". It's the most deadly weapon the heroes have faced so far.
** Adamaï can also shoot small wakfu balls ([[EpilepticTrees though they're the same color as Stasis]]), notably in his fight against Igôle.[[invoked]]
* EpisodeTitleCard: With the start of season 2.
* EverybodyLaughsEnding: Season 1, episode 5 "Vampyro".
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: The "Female Captain".
* EveryoneMeetsEveryone: The first two episodes.
* EverythingsBetterWithChocolate: [=McDeek=] is defeated by chocolate.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses:
** Amalia, who is also a RebelliousPrincess.
** Episode 4 is packed with both real and fake ones.
* EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench: Devons-nous en dire plus ?
* EvilLaugh:
** Nox has an especially demented one.
** ''Evangelyne'' does an honorable attempt in episode 13.
** Lampshaded in season 2 episode 3 when Remington berates Grany for copying his laugh.
* EvilMakeover: [[spoiler:Qilby]]
* EvilPlan: While its evilness is [[GreyAndGrayMorality arguable]], Nox's plan is to drain the wakfu of more or less everything in order to [[spoiler:turn back the wheels of time to before his family died]].
* EvilWeapon:
** Rubilax; see SealedEvilInACan.
** Season 2 episodes 2-3 are loaded with weapon Shushus of every kind.
* EvolvingCredits:
** In Season 1, the last shot of the opening is Yugo (or Sadlygrove for the episodes focused on his character arc) flying towards a villain whose size is exaggerated for dramatic effect. The villain in question is always that particular episode's VillainOfTheWeek (until the last episode, which uses Nox).
** In Season 2, the shot of Ruel throwing his shovel is replaced with [[spoiler:Sadlygrove throwing Rubilax]] after episode 5.
* ExactlyWhatIAimedAt: Evangelyne against Remington in season 2 episode 2 -- her light arrows didn't miss, she was aiming at crashing a house on him. Same thing with [[spoiler:her recall arrow, as she wasn't aiming it at Rubilax like he'd thought]].
* ExpansionPackPast: Ruel, who was among other things a Gobbowl star and a rockstar.
* ExpectingSomeoneTaller:
** The Sadida children in season 2 episode 6, about [[spoiler:the Ginger Warrior, savior of their people]].
** The Iop King has this reaction to finally seeing a dragon (Adamaï), claiming he was expecting something heftier.
* ExpressiveHair: Sadlygrove's ShonenHair, sometimes, like when it flops at the sight of [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Ruel's giant guard dog]].
* ExpressiveMask:
** Smisse Monde and his pirates;
** Remington Smisse;
** The air pirates in season 2;
** Justice Knight
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* EyepatchOfPower:
** Many of the pirates wears one in "A Fistful of Kamas".
** This include Encre Noire, although the ComicBookAdaptation reveals it's just a trick with his ink; he has two good eyes, he emulates an eyepatch just to look cool.
* EyesDoNotBelongThere: Anathar-possessed [[spoiler:Adamaï]]. Hell, just Anathar in general.
* ExtraEyes: Almost everyone possessed by a Shushu.
* FacelessEye: Rubilax, as well as many other Shushus imprisoned in items.
* FacelessGoons:
** Nox's Grouilleux.
** The Sufokian Navy with their diving helmet gear.
* FacePalm:
** Sadlygrove often inspires this to his friends, usually accompanied by them calling him a "Iop brain". Eva goes for the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Wakfu_Facepalm_9735.jpg two-handed facepalm]] in episode 19 when Grovy gets himself into a duel with Prince Armand.
** Jay the Iop also spurs Kriss Krass to facepalm during the Bontarian Gobbowl match.
** Rushu facepalms when he thinks Anathar has just crushed his precious Eliatrope prisoner.
* FacialCompositeFailure: The poster of Nox's minions done by Renate in episode 24 results in [[spoiler:Yugo and Adamaï being fired upon by Crâ border guards]].
* FailedAttemptAtDrama: Sadlygrove is a repeat offender.
** One of the most drawn-out example is certainly during the Bontarian Gobbowl arc, after the start of the second quarter-time. Grovy seizes the ball to everyone's surprise and runs, along with a very uplifiting music, dramatic echo of Ruel's earlier psych-up speech and SplitScreenReaction of everybody else... and he scores! Except it is revealed after a few seconds of shocked silence that [[spoiler:he scored against his team. Cue the public rolling in laughter, and his teammates barely preventing Ruel from strangling Sadlygrove.]]
* {{Fainting}}:
** This can happen to Ruel when he has no choice but to spend his money.
** Slo-Mo the Brâkmarian referee faints twice at the sight of women actually playing Gobbowl.
** Elaine faints after Evangelyne and Cleophelia "delicately" propel their boat down a cliff.
* FakeOutMakeOut: Kriss Krass to his friend Maude; it was used to hide the fact that she plays Gobbowl.
* FakingTheDead: [[spoiler:Ruel in episode 22 of season 2.]]
* FamedInStory: By season 2, the Brotherhood of the Tofu has gained some renown from defeating Nox, and are sometimes recognized. This is in fact what motivated Cleophelia to desert from the Crâ, seeking to gain fame at least equal to her sister's.
* FanDisservice:
** Ruel's "ugly princess" disguise in season 1 episode 4. As well as the real Ugly Princesses in general.
** Sadlygrove's ImagineSpot of [[spoiler:a gender-bent Eva in very feminine and sexy clothes in season 2 episode 11]].
* {{Fanservice}}: Some notable instances:
** Episode 4: SheCleansUpNicely, ModestyTowel, MaleGaze, and ImpossiblyLowNeckline.
** Episode 6: GoGoEnslavement, SexyBacklessOutfit...
** The girls as Cheerleaders in the Bontarian Gobbowl arc.
** Episode 22: MatingDance, ShowerScene, ShirtlessScene...
* FanserviceExtra: Many, ''many'' background characters.
** Chochanna, the baking contestant from episode 8.
** The Red Gobballs' Eniripsas (healers), as well as {{the Cheerleader}}s, PitGirls and some female spectators during the Bontarian Gobbowl arc.
** In season 2 episode 11, an extra who had been gender-bent by a magic potion suddenly returns to her female form... topless.
* FantasticNuke: Grand-scale wakfu explosions. The fight between Grougaloragran and Nox, in particular, ''devastates'' Oma Island.
* FantasticScience:
** The "magical science" of the Eliatropes.
** Also how Nox studies time magic.
* FantasyCharacterClasses
* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Pandalusia is a mix somewhere between China and Japan.
* FantasyPantheon: The twelve gods of [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment the World of Twelve]].
* FarmBoy: Yugo being raised by Alibert, the owner of the local inn and mayor of the peaceful, rural Emelka.
* FastballSpecial:
** Ruel propels Yugo toward the MonsterOfTheWeek at the end of every season 1 TitleSequence (save a few with Sadlygrove).
** Rushu and Anathar plain and simply use minor Shushus as projectiles -- while keeping count of their scores.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Rubilax
* FictionalSport: Gobbowl -- but apparently no longer as Ankama has held a real-life tournament.
* FightingFromTheInside: Adamaï, [[spoiler:possessed by Anathar in the season 2 finale arc, begins to resist when Yugo is put in danger by Qilby in episode 25, and finally throw off the control altogether.]]
* FinaleCredits: Episode 26's credits show most of the secondary characters [[WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue and what they've become]]. ''[[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Awwwww.]]'' [[spoiler:Except for Nox, who turns into dust on top of his family's grave.]]
* FindTheCure: Episode 7.
* FingerlessGloves: Part of Evangelyne's season 2 outfit.
* FireBalls: Bound to show up when Grougaloragran fights in humanoid form.
* FishingForSole: A fisherman is hauling a shoe from the sea while giving directions to the heroes is season 2 episode 14.
* FiveManBand:
** Yugo is TheHero;
** Sir Sadlygrove Percedal is TheBigGuy (and also TheDitz and the IdiotHero);
** Ruel Stroud is the CoolOldGuy with shades of TheSmartGuy;
** Evangelyne is TheLancer;
** Amalia is TheChick;
** And then there's Az the Tofu, a small bird-thing that can only be the TeamPet.
** By that proxy, [[spoiler:Adamaï]] is TheSixthRanger in season 1, and [[spoiler:Cleophelia]] in season 2.
* FlamingSword: Bourlof the Butcher
* {{Flashback}}:
** How the Ugly Princesses received their curse in episode 4.
** Botan Ficus telling the backstory of the Kaniboules in episode 14.
** Sadlygrove talking about his past adventures over [[spoiler:Goultard's tomb]] in episode 22.
** Qilby narrating [[spoiler:the backstory of the Eliatropes and dragons]] in season 2 episode 6.
** Ruel remembering his childhood in season 2 episode 7.
* FlashbackEffects: Various.
** Mostly by using ArtShift, as with Botan Ficus or Quilby's flashbacks.
** The scenes illustrating the Ugly Princesses' story are surrounded by FlowerMotifs.
** The ones from Sadlygrove in episode 22 use the same naïve and SuperDeformed style as ''Mini-Wakfu''.
** Ruel's flashback in season 2 episode 7 is [[DeliberatelyMonochrome desaturated]], and with the sound and quality of a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_8_mm_film Super 8 film]].
* FloatingContinent: The landscape of Rushu's World is mainly constitued of floating landmasses.
* FloatingInABubble: Yugo and Az in episode 15.
* FlowerInHerHair: Amalia. It stays alive due to her Sadida powers, as seen when it begins to wilt in episode 7 after she has been poisoned. As if not enough, she sometimes adds another flower on the opposite side.
* FluffyCloudHeaven: Parts of Incarnam.
* FluffyTamer: Lotie the Osamodas (the little girl from season 1 episode 23).
* {{Flynning}}: Intentionally used during the pirate assault in episode 18, as a parody of swashbuckling movies.
* FogFeet:
** [=McDeek=] the Genie, in his true form, has a long trail of purple smoke instead of legs.
** Rushu, lords of the Shushus, is a special case: he can turn his lower body into searing flames.
** In season 2 episode 22, both Ecaflip spirits Mélo and Sho-Bubu lack legs, having instead ectoplasmic "tails" linking them to their respective cursed rings.
* TheFogOfAges:
** Grougaloragran
** [[spoiler:Inverted with Qilby.]]
* FollowTheBouncingBall: The opening of episode 14 of season 2 has this -- with a Tofu, fittingly.
* FollowTheChaos: In the season 2 finale, Eva is looking for her boyfriend during the battle. Cue a huge nuke-like explosion going off on the other side of the island.
-->'''Evangelyne:''' (''deadpan look on her face'') Never mind, I found him.
* FoodPorn: The show sometimes delves into this, with for example Yugo's blanquette or the feast at the end of the Bontarian Gobbowl arc. And then there's the whole of episode 8 and its bakery contest; even its MonsterOfTheWeek can make you salivate.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** After episode 25, you will not be able to rewatch the "Gobbowl Hell" arc with anything approaching the same frame of mind. The phrase [[spoiler:"I'm entering into the legend!"]] takes on a whole different meaning.
** [[spoiler:Sadlygrove also mentions his high opinion of a heroic death in Eva's dream]] in episode 20. He does it again during his rallying speech in episode 25.
** There is possible foreshadowing for the end of season 1 as early as episode 2. [[spoiler:He tells Yugo "I shall repay my debt, even at the price of my life."]]
** Yugo's talk with Amalia in episode 13:
--->'''Yugo:''' I love the stars. Sometimes it feels like my real home is somewhere up there.
** [[spoiler:Adamaï]] has been featured in the opening credits since the very beginning.
** The entire point behind the female sacrier in season 2's 10th episode ending credits, and opening scene of the next episode. That, and more {{Fanservice}}.
* ForTheEvulz:
** This is the standard motivation for [[CardCarryingVillain Shushus]].
** Remington Smisse sure likes to be a backstabbing dick for the sake of being a backstabbing dick. Even though every act of pointless villainy he commits [[LaserGuidedKarma ends poorly for him]].
* FourFingeredHands:
** Vampyro's ghouls have four fingers... but when they go back to humans, they get a normal five-fingered hands.
** Ditto with Sadlygrove, when he lets Rubilax possess him.
** And Adamaï while in humanoid form.
* FreezeFrameBonus
* FriendToAllLivingThings: Amalia
* FromNobodyToNightmare: Nox. From a debt-ridden watchkmaker to a destroyer of whole civilizations.
* FrothyMugsOfWater: Aktator the Pandawa is said to have fallen in a barrel of bamboo "milk" when little. In ''VideoGame/{{Dofus}}'', Pandawas actually gain their strength by drinking bamboo ''alcohol''.
* FullMoonSilhouette: Both Evangelyne and Remington is season 2 episode 3.
* FunbagAirbag: Amalia and Evangelyne seem to have some little animals doing this to them...
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: Ankama put a lot of detail into every scene; you have to watch the episodes several times to notice a lot of things going on in the background.
* FuroScene: Happens in "The Voice Thief" (season 2 episode 14) with Amalia and Eva.
* FusionDance:
** Ruel's grandmother and her Dhreller can merge before a fight. All enutrofs and their Dhrellers in the MMO, in general.
** Also from the MMO, an Osamodas' gobgob can fuse with them, in order to change them into their [[ScaledUp dragon from.]]

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