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

* GaiasVengeance: The Polters attacking Emelka in reaction to the ravages caused by the Noxines.
* {{Gainaxing}}:
** Subtle, but it's definitely there with Prince Adale's BridgeBunnies. It helps that they are pretty busty compared to the series' standards.
** Amalia has some as well when she jumps up fast enough.
** Sadida women in general, as can be seen in the MMO. It got [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdgrZAGNrpY in the comments section of their official class trailer:]]
--->'''John Lee:''' How does... [[{{Stripperiffic}} the leafs hold]] [[GagBoobs her big boobs up?....]]\\
'''cocobrice100:''' [[WardrobeMalfunction Sometimes they don't.]]
* GaleForceSound: Miranda yelling for Kabrok blows Amalia's hair.
* GenderBender: [[spoiler:Evangelyne and Amalia]] as well as a few extras during the BrÔkmarian Gobbowl arc, thanks to a magic potion. Unusually, all of them are strictly female-to-male gender benders. {{Justified|Trope}} since women aren't allowed to even ''watch'' Gobbowl matches, let alone participate, in BrÔkmar. The vendors make a killing selling the potions to female sport fans.
* GenderBlenderName: [[spoiler:Marylin, a.k.a. The Mmmmmmmmmporpg.]]
* GeneHunting: The most part of the first season revolves around Yugo searching for his origin.
* GenreSavvy: [[spoiler:Sadlygrove]] in the Dragon-Pig's lair. Because he usually is the ButtMonkey, no-one listens to him. [[BalefulPolymorph Which is a mistake.]]
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Has [[Radar/{{Wakfu}} its own page]].
* GhibliHills: The Forbidden Forest next to Emelka. Honestly, the Polters are even reminiscent of the {{Nature Spirit}}s from ''Anime/PrincessMononoke''.
* TheGhost: The king of Bonta.
* GiantMook: The Trool wrestlers, especially the champion, Mirkool alias "Wargl".
* GiantSquid: Grougaloragran's chosen form to restrict the access to Oma Island.
* GigglingVillain: [[spoiler:Qilby]]
* GirlInTheTower: Spoofed in season 1 episode 4.
* GivingSomeoneThePointerFinger: The BrÔkmarian prosecutor.
* TheGlassesComeOff: [[spoiler:Qilby]]
* AGlassInTheHand:
** Xav the Baker crushes a loaf of bread in anger in episode 8.
** Rushu crushes his cup at the beginning of the "Rush".
* GlassShatteringSound: During the credit roll for season 2 episode 14, Amalia ''tries'' to sing the show's theme song and [[CameraAbuse shatters the camera lens]] on the last note.
* GlobalCurrency: Kamas.
* GloryDays: Kabrok's main source of depression.
* AGodAmI:
** Willow, in episode 14.
** Also Nox, depending on how much wakfu he drains from the Eliacube.
* GoGoEnslavement: Evangelyne in "Vampyro".
* GoingToGiveItMoreEnergy: [[spoiler:Rubilax's power of growing more and more with each hit is turned against him]] in season 1 episode 22. Something similar happens to him in season 2 episode 9.
* GoldTooth: ''All'' of [=McDeek=]'s teeth after he starts absorbing Ruel's treasure.
* {{Golem}}: Several; some are ImprovisedGolems (see below). For the more permanent ones:
** A ''Bread'' Golem in episode 8.
** A Stone Golem in episode 23. [[spoiler:Who keeps picking a new head, with a new power, each time one is destroyed.]]
** Another golem is described as the MidBoss of the Dragon-Pig's lair in season 2 episode 5.
* GoodColorsEvilColors: While normal Xelors sport a white/grey/blue color theme, Nox himself (and his minions) has a dark grey/black/brown one.
* GoofyPrintUnderwear: Yugo's boxers sport a pair of Tofus.
* GoshHornet: Elaine steps onto a hive and the typical running and jumping into a nearby pond ensues in episode 21 of season 2.
* GrandTheftMe:
** What Shadofang plans with Evangelyne's body in "Vampyro".
** [[spoiler:What Rubilax manages to do with Sadlygrove]] pre-season 2.
* GratuitousEnglish:
** Every other word that comes out of Yugo's mouth is "[[CatchPhrase cool]]", though it's more of a French colloquialism than intentionally gratuitous English.
** "[[ZergRush Le Rush]]" in the Shushu world.
* GratuitousJapanese: Season 2 episode 22 has a whole fight with a Japanese song as background music, worthy of any {{Shonen}} {{Anime}}.
* GrayEyes: Sufokian general Frida Mofette.
* TheGreatFlood: Ogrest's Chaos.
* GreenAroundTheGills: Sadlygrove whenever he's aboard a boat.
* GreenThumb: The Sadida people.
* GroinAttack:
** Very narrowly avoided in episode 16, when a big stalactite falls right between Sadlygrove's legs -- which Rubilax finds uproariously funny.
** [[spoiler:Rubilax himself, in Sadlygrove's body,]] gets kicked by Evangelyne below the belt line in season 2 episode 3.
** Also happens to Ruel in episode 16 of season 2 by a bratty Iop child.
** Eva does this to one of the wrestlers at the Trool Fair.
* GroundShatteringLanding
* GroupHug: One happens in season 2 episode 3 when Yugo, Amalia, and Ruel find out that [[spoiler:Sadlygrove is still alive... except it's quickly subverted, since the body is still inhabited by Rubilax]].
* GrowlingGut:
** Yugo in episode 6.
** Yugo, Ruel and [[spoiler:Sadlygrove]] in season 2 episode 5, lengthily, to the point Amalia complains.
* GunsAkimbo: Remington Smisse's dual Shushu pistols.
* GuysSmashGirlsShoot: Evangelyne and Amalia primarily attack from a range, while Ruel, Yugo and Sadlygrove favor more close combat. Cleophelia subverts this somewhat.
* HammerspaceHideaway: Ruel's Havresac.
* HandBehindHead: Yugo does this in episode 6.
* HandOrObjectUnderwear: In season 2 episode 11, the gender-bent FanserviceExtra trying to sneak in the stadium covers her chest with an arm when the potion stops having effect. Later, [[spoiler:the same thing happens to a topless Amalia, who grabs a gobbowl shield to hide herself]].
* HappilyAdopted:
** Yugo, by Alibert.
** Elaine, by Encre Noire.
* HarmonyVersusDiscipline: The concepts of Wakfu (life, creation, nature) and Stasis (death, destruction, machines).
* HartmanHips: Oh, [[MemeticMutation dem hips]]...
* HatDamage: Yugo's hat takes quite the beatdown in episode 26.
* HaveYouSeenMyGod: Besides the [[FantasyPantheon 12 main gods]] there is also the goddess Eliatrope who apparently vanished along with the Eliatropes.
* HeadPet:
** Az, from times to times.
** Some Sadidas have whole bird nests in their hair.
** Encre Noire spends most of "A Fistful of Kamas" atop Ruel's head, though not really out of his choice. He sometimes rides his adopted daughter Elaine's head too.
* HeartSymbol: Seen occasionally floating around Sadlygrove when he looks at Evangelyne.
* HenpeckedHusband: Kabrok
* HeroicSacrifice:
** [[spoiler:Sadlygrove]] in episode 25.
** Also [[spoiler:Phaeris]] in the manga.
* TheHerosBirthday: The manga starts this way with a SurpriseParty for Yugo and Adamai's birthday. [[spoiler:Too bad it gets crashed.]]
%% HeyItsThatVoice is trivia, and already in the Trivia tab.
* HoldUpYourScore: Sadlygrove in episode 4, when he's judging the beauty... ahem, ugly pageant.
* HoldYourHippogriffs: For any Earth-based expression using an animal, it is replaced with a species from the world of ''Wakfu'' -- though the name used is always close enough to keep the meaning readily understandable. And it's not just animals: the first spoken line in the entire series is roughly, "What the bwork?"
* HollywoodMirage: Happens to Sadlygrove in episode 22.
* {{Homage}}:
** Episode 5; the title can be translated as "The Magnificent Five", which is an obvious reference to the 1960s western ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven''. The episode itself is about the FiveManBand [[TrainingThePeacefulVillagers teaching a village how to protect themselves]] from pillagers, which mirrors the plot of the film.
** The first season's three-episode Gobbowl arc was largely inspired by the "Rugball" arc of ''Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra'', including its typical PastelChalkedFreezeFrame.
** A good chunk of episode 14 is a homage to ''Film/KingKong'', complete with CapturedByCannibals, DistressedDamsel, BeastAndBeauty and [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Monkeys]]. Only the monkey's size is not really the same.
* HomeBase: The Justice Knight's hideout.
* HopelessSuitor: Armand toward Evangelyne, who has absolutely no interest in the prince and considers him an egotistical dick with pig breath.
* HopeSpot:
** A minor one in episode 24. For a little while it looks like the Sadidas might be able to defeat Nox's minions before they can construct a portal to bring in his giant clockwork-spider doom-fortress. Unfortunately [[spoiler:it's all a distraction. The horde of minions aren't even building a portal, they're just there to keep the Sadidas occupied while one of Nox's other minions mind-controls a group of Sadidas into building a portal for him (working them to death in the process). The good guys don't realize this until it activates]].
** Far, far worse in the finale, when [[spoiler:Yugo, Adama´, and Nox travel 20 minutes back in time. For a brief moment Yugo thinks that they might be able to prevent Sadlygrove's death, only to discover that they fell a few minutes short]].
* HornedHumanoid: Osamodas
* HorrifyingTheHorror:
** Rubilax in full rampage mode stops dead on his tracks at the mere sight of [[spoiler:Goultard]] (and tries to ''inconspicuously slither away'' while in the body of a giant worm -- [[Funny/{{Wakfu}} hilarious]]).
** Several cases in succession with the chase from episode 21 of season 2, turning it pretty much into a ''[[Series/TheBennyHillShow Benny Hill Show]]'' scene.
* HorrorHunger: Subverted with "The Thursters" as they are a race of intangible ghouls who are cut off from ever touching what they treasure, stranding them in an eternal, lonely thirst.
* HorseArcher: Or rather, Dragoturkey Archer. Evangelyne is riding a dragoturkey the first time we see her wielding her bow. She's riding one again in episode 24 and in season 2 episode 2.
* HorseOfADifferentColor: The most common steed in this world is the dragoturkey ("dragodinde" in the original French). Also, some of these [[GiantFlyer large birds can fly]].
* HotSkittyOnWailordAction: The backstory of the Dragon-Pig has him being the result of a romance between a dragon and a sow....
* HowDareYouDieOnMe: In episode 26:
-->[[spoiler:'''Evangelyne:''' You wanted to enter the legend? Just you wait I'm gonna put you in it!]]
* HufflepuffHouse: Sufokia
* HumanHummingbird:
** Done by some characters when about to fall, notably Evangelyne in episodes 4 and 20.
** Also Yugo starting to cook under the desert sun in episode 21.
* HurricaneKick: [[spoiler:Sadlygrove]] against the Dragon-Pig.
* HurricaneOfPuns: Some of the character entries on the ''Wakfu'' official website. The one for the Dragon-Pig is especially bad about it.
* HypocriticalHumor:
** In season 1 episode 8, Evangelyne scolds Sadlygrove for his bad table manners... just before starting wolfing down herself.
** Then in episode 10 she calms Amalia down after finding out the boys have been playing with her Doll. Amalia then argues how she would feel if the guys were playing with her bow. Cut to the guys doing just that, and now Amalia is stopping Eva from killing them.
** Season 2 episode 5 has the "IWarnedYou" example below.
* IAmNotShazam: In-universe example. The names of the races and the gods that they follow are often used interchangeably. For example, an Enutrof's Fingers (a follower of the god Enutrof), is often just called "an Enutrof".
* IAmWho: Yugo finding out he is the last of the Eliatropes [[spoiler:until Qilby appears. Also him being their reborn former king]].
* IconicOutfit: The Eliatrope hat which there are a lot of variations upon, but it always has the "ears" and very often the "tail" with the tuft at the end.
* TheIgor: Igor, who speaks with a strong Eastern-European accent, clearly evokes this. He's not a hunchback, however, but a huge Shushu mirror.
%% IGotBetter: redirect to Unexplained Recovery.
* IgnoredEnemy: Happens to the Black Raven in episode 3, [[NonSequitur while our heroes discuss how (un)intimidating his name sounds, even coming up with alternative suggestions on their own]].
* IHaveYouNowMyPretty: Happens twice to Evangelyne, first with Vampyro [[spoiler:(who definitely wants her body, but for Shadofang to possess)]], and then with the pirate captain Smisse Monde.
* IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight:
** Evangelyne tries this on a Rubilax-possessed Sadlygrove in season 1 episode 19. However, he only starts regaining his senses [[spoiler:after crushing both Eva's arm and bow.]]
** Attempted by Amalia [[spoiler:on a monkeyfied Yugo]] in season 2 episode 21. Doesn't work much.
* IMeantToDoThat:
** Sadlygrove, during the duel against Prince Armand.
** Kriss Krass, during the match against the Masked Gobbowler.
* ImmortalityInducer: The Eliacube to Nox.
* ImOkay:
** Given by Yugo several times in season 1 episode 21 after he constantly falls or runs into things.
** Amalia protests this in season 2 episode 12, after she's been put in a full-body cast and the two commentators basically start her obituary.
* TheImp: Grufon qualifies as the harmless kind while sealed in the map... but in episode 13 [[spoiler:he becomes the NotSoHarmlessVillain kind when he gets free and possesses an arachne]].
* ImportantHaircut:
** Kriss at the end of episode 12.
** Evangelyne at the end of season 2's first episode.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Almost every character has his own improbable weapon.
** Ruel uses a shovel (and fake gold pieces) to fight.
** Amalia, like many Sadida, uses a veggie doll.
** The Black Raven uses a spear/sword which is [[{{BFS}} twice as big as him]].
** Xav the baker use a wooden baker plate.
** Goultard uses a broken sword tied to a chain.
** In "Vampyro", even the Tofu is used as a weapon!
** That's how it works in the original game, too. There's only a few exceptions, like swords and unarmed combat. There's even a class which is designed to fight with ''giant clockwork needles''!
** Nox's Clockwork Mecha [[DoomyDoomsOfDoom of Doom]] is at its simplest a giant ambulatory ''pocket watch.''
* ImprovisedGolems:
** Rubilax's stone clones fit in this category.
** Adama´ summons a stone golem to fight in both episode 15 of the first season, and episode 1 of the second season.
* InASingleBound:
** Sadlygrove possessed by Rubilax.
** Goultard
* IndyEscape: In the Dragon-Pig's lair, as a staple of any TempleOfDoom. You can tell it's going to be this [[GenreSavvy from a glance at the map]] before it's even shown on screen.
* InertiaIsACruelMistress: Yugo's portals work this way, but given his ability to orient them any way he wishes, it's quite effective.
* InnocuouslyImportantEpisode: Episode 6 of season 1, "Vampyro", looks similar to any other WackyWaysideTribe {{Filler}}, but it introduces several elements that will prove important by season 2, especially [[spoiler:Shadofang]].
* InstantIceJustAddCold:
** Whenever Evangelyne uses an ice arrow, lots of ice form around the point of impact.
** Nausea encases Rubilax in ice with a magic potion in episode 7.
** [=McDeek=]'s freezing ray in episode 9.
** The classic comic-relief-encased-in-a-square-block-of-ice happens to Sadlygrove (and Rubilax) in episode 17 after falling in a frozen lake. Adama´ melts the ice with his fire breath.
* InsultBackfire: The Iop King uses the ongoing insult of his race being DumbMuscle to his favor towards helping Quilby, claiming that the Iops' brains are too small to consider treachery.
* InsultOfEndearment: Evangelyne's "Iop-brain" for Sadlygrove.
* InterspeciesAdoption: Elaine
* InTheEndYouAreOnYourOwn: Yugo against Nox in the season finale [[spoiler:with Adama´ knocked out and the rest of the FiveManBand otherwise distracted, mostly because of Razortime]].
* IShallTauntYou: Goultard is not afraid to mock even a PhysicalGod:
-->'''Rushu:''' You think you can upset me your insults?\\
'''Goultard:''' By Iop, no! I know you're way too stupid to understand even half of it.
:: And that's saying something when you come from a species known for being dim.
* ItAlwaysRainsAtFunerals: In episode 22 of season 2. [[spoiler:It immediately stops once Ruel drops the act of playing dead.]]
* ItHasBeenAnHonor: Evangelyne in episode 7, when surrounded by an army of evil dolls.
* IWantThemAlive: Nox specifically orders Ig˘le to bring back Adama´ "without damaging him too much", since he wants to drain his wakfu. Thus [[JustifiedTrope explaining]] why Ig˘le would [[JustEatHim swallow whole]] the dragonet with no more damage than [[ShapeshifterModeLock locking his shapechange]].
* IWarnedYou: In season 2 episode 5, [[spoiler:Sadlygrove tries to warn Yugo, Amalia and Evangelyne of the dangers of the Dragon-Pig's lair, as he's the only one with experience in DungeonCrawling. They pay him no heed, used to ignoring the IdiotHero... until the three are struck with a BalefulPolymorph]].
-->'''[[spoiler:Sadlygrove]]:''' [[LampshadeHanging I wouldn't want to play the "I warned you" card...]] (''deep breath'') '''[[HypocriticalHumor BUT I WARNED YOU!]]'''

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