These are the characters from the original Voltron
NOTE: Tropes related to Voltron Force are below.
Leader of team Voltron and pilot of the Black Lion.
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Pilot of the Red Lion and second-in-command.
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Pilot of the Blue Lion.
Tropes associated with Sven:
Pilot of the Yellow Lion. The Big Guy
Tropes associated with Hunk:
Pilot of the Green Lion. The Kid Hero
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Allura is the princess of planet Arus. She becomes pilot of the Blue Lion after Sven is no longer able to do so.
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Coran is Allura's royal advisor, and is in charge of the Castle Control. He also advises the Voltron Force when need be.
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Nanny is Allura's over-protective... well, nanny
. Like Coran, Nanny fusses over Allura's safety and is bent on keeping her away from danger.
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The Space Mice
The Space Mice are pastel-colored mice who are Princess Allura's friends. They are often mischievous, but also helpful.
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Voltron is a giant sentient robot composed of five robot lions (Black, Red, Green, Blue, and Yellow) joined together.
Lotor is the son of Zarkon and prince of Planet Doom, he often plots to rule in his place with Princess Allura by his side.
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King Zarkon of the Planet Doom, was originaly the main villain of Voltron.
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The witch is the one responsible for creating all of the Robeasts Zarkon uses. She is notorious for using her dark magic to cast hypnotizing spells over people. Haggar has a pet cat named Cova.
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Daniel is one of three new cadets for the Voltron Force. Of Asian descent, he and Vince were once cadets for the Galaxy Alliance until they became the "cadets".
Tropes associated with Daniel:
- Ascended Fanboy: He's always been a fan of Voltron.
- The Corruption: Becomes infected with Haggarium while in control of Voltron and swears the other cadets to silence. He uses it to good effect to increase his fighting skills and read the thoughts of the Spider/Wade Robeast in the battle that earned him the Black Lion seat, but it also causes him to become a raging Blood Knight. The end of season one suggests it may have become a case of Comes Great Insanity.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Okay, so Daniel is touted as the Plucky Comic Relief of the cadets, he's always rushing into a fight when even he knows he shouldn't, and is frequently taken down by bad guys with one hit. Digested all that? Well, here's what this same guy is capable of doing when he quits fooling around: Giving Volton a Super Speed boost, not to mention taking out an entire space-station of robot-mooks with minimal back-up.
- I Just Want to Be Special
- Jumped at the Call
- Rookie Red Ranger: Gain the role of Black Lion pilot after Keith retires. He loses the position after his inability to work with the others nearly costs them the battle against Maahox. Despite this Keith still believes he will earn the right to lead the team again
- Ship Tease: With Larmina.
- Super Speed: Thanks to his Voltcom, he can now run super fast.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Vince.
Vince is one of three new cadets for the Voltron Force. He and Daniel were once cadets for the Galaxy Alliance until recruited by the Voltron Force.
Tropes associated with Vince:
- Beware the Nice Ones
- Mind Over Manners: He and Daniel develop a mind-link, where they can both hear each others current thoughts. It take them a while to lay out a set of ground rules to avoid confusion in the future.
- Mysterious Past: He has some kind of power that links him to Voltron, the reason why is currently unknown. Vince's power acts as a "Key" in enabling Voltron to reconfigure each lion to form the main body and give it new powers.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Daniel.
Larmina is one of three new cadets for the Voltron Force. She is Allura's niece.
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Sky Marshall Wade
Wade is a dangerous, corrupt official. Originally a Galaxy Alliance cadet, Wade tried to become a Voltron pilot, but he was rejected because the Black Lion found him unworthy.
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A scientist with knowledge of the occult and genetic manipulation before being sent into exile. Maahox revivied Lotor, and became his right hand man.
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Manset is an alien smuggler and friend of Keith's.
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