07:36:40 PM Apr 1st 2013
A request to people who've seen this show: can someone update the entry for Legend of the Seeker for Super Weight? It's a Just for Fun homegrown ranking at TV Tropes of measuring characters' relative power in a story, divided into nine broad categories. The entry according to the old criteria was this (and can be found on the medium subpage's discussion page):
- Legend of the Seeker
- Type -1: Walter
- Type 0: D'Haran soldiers, resistance fighters, Sisters of the Dark without magic, Frederick, Sebastian, Rachel, Anna
- Type 1: Richard Cypher, Cara, Denna, Chase, Egremont, Demmin Nass, D'Haran officers, Leo Dain, Darken Rahl after coming Back from the Dead
- Type 2: (Lower End:) Kahlan Amnell, gars, the Calthrop, the Shadrin, (Higher End:) Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander, Darken Rahl, Shota, Giller, Verna, Marianna, Sisters of the Light and Dark when they actually use magic
- Type 3: Darken Rahl in the Underworld, Nicci, Maia
- Type 4: The Keeper and the Creator
10:05:23 AM Mar 20th 2012
edited by lebrel
edited by lebrel
- Fanservice - In the first five minutes of the pilot, we have Dennee's heaving bosom as well as a shirtless Richard chopping wood and hauling logs and planks around. The Fanservice continues throughout the series with Sexy Backs and Shirtless Scenes all around.
- Sexy Back - Happens almost as often as the Shirtless Scenes.
12:36:35 AM Aug 29th 2010
Isn't the Bloodline episode in the 1st season an example of With Great Power Comes Great Insanity? In fact, ridiculously so, as Richard becomes corrupt the instant he acquires the powers of the Boxes of Orden.
03:22:08 AM Jul 14th 2010
Salmoneus Agreed. Season 1 was bland, boring and bog-standard. Hero has sword, princess, prophecy, dark lord, do it by the numbers. Season 2, Nicci joins the gang and it is lots of fun because Good Is Dumb
03:58:26 PM Apr 4th 2010
I'm not sure what sort of trope it would fall under, but did anyone else find it a tad ironic in Bound that Nikki would tell Richard that it was foolish and a waste of time to stop and help everyone they meet for the sake of stopping and helping them?
06:20:50 PM Apr 7th 2010
Considering the book that episode was based on? Definitely ironic. Not sure if it's a trope, though.
03:59:43 PM Jun 9th 2013
I consider it a Mythology Gag, since the irony came entirely from a comparison to the Nicci of the books.