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---> '''Graveheart:'''"Cryos! What just happened?!"
---> '''Jade:'''"I did. After all this time, I still have to watch your back."

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---> '''Graveheart:'''"Cryos! What just happened?!"
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happened?!"\\
'''Jade:'''"I did. After all this time, I still have to watch your back."



* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Her eyes and 'hair' are both green.



* WindowsMatchTheDrapes: Her eyes and 'hair' are both green.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Green Hair]]: It's made of a crystalline material, like all Rock-dwellers.

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* WindowsMatchTheDrapes: Her eyes and 'hair' are both green.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair
YouGottaHaveBlueHair: You Gotta Have Green Hair]]: Hair: It's made of a crystalline material, like all Rock-dwellers.


* {{Kuudere}}: Jade is a Type 2. Her 'dere' side comes out most frequently around Graveheart, but as the series progresses we see her gradually warming up to other Alliance members as well.


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* SugarAndIcePersonality: Jade is a Type 2. Her 'sugar' side comes out most frequently around Graveheart, but as the series progresses we see her gradually warming up to other Alliance members as well.


* SubmissiveBadass: To Lord Mantle, who thanks him by [[ExtremeDoormat treating him very poorly indeed]]. And yet [[TemptingFate in spite of this treatment]], Graveheart remembers himself and does not stoop to his level.


* CainAndAbel: [[spoiler: Sternum attempted to have Femur executed on the grounds that his scheming younger brother would try to take the throne. Unfortunately, Femur bribed the guards to escape and had Pelvis slip Sternum a drugged beverage, before sending him off to the Prison Planet to be forgotten.]]

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* CainAndAbel: [[spoiler: According to Femur, Sternum was the Cain to Femur's Abel and was apparently such a vicious and cruel leader that Pelvis trembled at the thought of him returning. Sternum attempted to have Femur executed on the grounds that his scheming younger brother would try to take the throne. Unfortunately, Femur bribed the guards to escape and had Pelvis slip Sternum a drugged beverage, before sending him off to the Prison Planet to be forgotten.]]



* IDidWhatIHadToDo: [[spoiler: Teleporting away the Prison Planet with The Beast attached weighs heavily upon him, but the alternative was worse.]]

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* IDidWhatIHadToDo: [[spoiler: Teleporting away the Prison Planet and its inhabitants with The Beast attached weighs heavily upon him, but the alternative was worse.]]



* MiseryBuildsCharacter: According to Femur's testimony, Sternum used to be a much worse person before his experiences on Planet Prison.

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* MiseryBuildsCharacter: According to Femur's testimony, Sternum used to be a much worse person before his experiences on Planet Prison.Prison and became much more honorable character because of it.

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Despite being a cowardly perverted and mostly incompetent sleazeball, he's managed to maintain leadership over a planet with a culture of ChronicBackstabbingDisorder, escape from multiple assassination attempts, survive on battlefields, and even act as a crucial member of the Alliance when needed.


* Expy: Of [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} Unicron]]. They both devour planets, with a purpose to destroy all life.


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* {{Expy}}: Of [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} Unicron]]. They both devour planets, with a purpose to destroy all life.

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* Expy: Of [[Franchise/{{Transformers}} Unicron]]. They both devour planets, with a purpose to destroy all life.


* HopeSpot: As they know their world is doomed. They leave one seedling/young plant with Femur (by extension, all of them), in the hopes they will flourish on another world once again.

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** As a prime example, in "Girls' Night Out", she overlooks a golden opportunity to cripple or destroy the Alliance fleet, after having somehow managed to smuggle herself and a significant number of Beast Drones into a Battlemoon, to chase down, taunt, insult, and try to avenge her previous "humiliation" from Tekla, ultimately winding up having Jade mop the floor with her in a meaningless bar brawl.

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* EvilVirtues: Honesty. Blokk is honest to a fault, even to himself. Not once in the entire series has he lied about something. This doesn't take away from the fact that he loves to ''honestly'' torment his victims with how hopeless their situation truly is.

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* NeverMyFault: She never comprehends that it's her fault that her plans fall apart. Even Blokk is better at this regard as he ''does'' acknowledge the reason why things don't go his way when they do. As a prime example, here's an exchange during the Battle of Remora when the Battle Moons are ripping everything apart.
--> Lamprey: "It is too late for '''ME''' to correct your mistakes!"
--> Blokk: "'''MY''' mistakes?! It is you who said Planet Rock would never join The Alliance."


* BigNo: [[spoiler:As he dies. Notable in that it starts off normal enough, but the destabilization of his body causes it to distort and heighten in pitch, becoming an unintelligible screech of agony before he finally vanishes.]]

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* BigNo: [[spoiler:As As he sees the Battle Moons show up during the battle of Remora
**[[spoiler:As
he dies. Notable in that it starts off normal enough, but the destabilization of his body causes it to distort and heighten in pitch, becoming an unintelligible screech of agony before he finally vanishes.]]


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* BondVillainStupidity: Despite the fact that her plans are clever, cunning, and very dangerous, her irrational need to flaunt her self-perceived superiority over the protagonists results in unraveling her schemes by showing the protagonists exactly how to defeat them.

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** She never learns from her mistakes, and keeps showing up to taunt the protagonists, personally, giving them the very mechanism they need to defeat her plots in the process, even when [[DumbMuscle Blokk]] points it out.



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[[folder:The Clavicle]]
[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/clavicle.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Sweet ride, isn't it?]]Femur's flagship.

* SapientShip: According to [[AllThereInTheManual the other wiki]], The Clavicle is self-aware, gets angry, panics, etc.. In fact, it presumably got pissed when a stray shot hit it when Lamprey (in Tekla's body) sought refuge while fleeing the Alliance, and panicked before Femur and Pelvis did in the battle of Remora.
* TaughtByExperience: Like all the other Bone OrganicTechnology, it learns from experience, and is one tough old bird.
[[/folder]]


* {{Expy}}: Of Asazi from [[WesternAnimation/ActionMan Action Man (2000)]]. Both are seductive assassins that prefer using sniper rifles. As both series was made by the same company, Jewelia and Asazi actually share the same base model and voice actress, making the connection even stronger than most.

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* {{Expy}}: Of Asazi from [[WesternAnimation/ActionMan Action Man (2000)]].''WesternAnimation/ActionMan2000''. Both are seductive assassins that prefer using sniper rifles. As both series was made by the same company, Jewelia and Asazi actually share the same base model and voice actress, making the connection even stronger than most.

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