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* DoesNotLikeMen: Topaz is the warrior queen of an amazonian race and as a result of her upbringing has a low opinion of males in general.
* FiveManBand: The main heroes could be seen as this:
** TheLeader - Hardcase is the most experienced member of the team and generally calls the shots.
** TheLancer - Topaz is an impeccable warrior but more hotheaded and impulsive compared to Hardcase.
** TheBigGuy - Prime is this as the strongest member of the group
** TheSmartGuy - Ghoul’s powers are more geared towards information gathering than combat
** TheChick - Contrary rarely takes the field and is her powers are based around influencing others than fighting threats head-on.
** SixthRanger - Prototypes suit gives him the versatility and power to provide backup in numerous situations.


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* CityInABottle: The subterranean Fire People.

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* CityInABottle: The subterranean Fire People.People were an offshoot of humanity that lived in a hidden community BeneathTheEarth for so long that the "world of light and air" was considered a myth.



* {{Matriarchy}}: Topaz's world isn't seen, but seems to be this due to her attitude.
* OlderAlterEgo: Prime
* PowerArmor: Prototype

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%% * {{Matriarchy}}: Topaz's world isn't seen, but seems to be this due to her attitude.
%% * OlderAlterEgo: Prime
%% * PowerArmor: Prototype


* ScaryScarecrows: Lord Pumpkin is a scarecrow with a [[PumpkinPerson pumpkin head]] and a magic candle inside who hails from another dimension called Godwheel. He was created by the court magician to be the prince's playmate. The sadistic prince tormented him until Pumpkin retaliated with murder. Then he staged a coup, took over the throne, grew bored, and came to Earth to be a mob boss. Lord Pumpkin ended up killed a few times, but as long as a seed from his pumpkin head survives, he can be reborn, although he needs his candle to be complete. Some rebirths leave him a PlantPerson, while at other times he manages to gain a scarecrow's straw body again.



* ScaryScarecrows: Lord Pumpkin is a scarecrow with a [[PumpkinPerson pumpkin head]] and a magic candle inside who hails from another dimension called Godwheel. He was created by the court magician to be the prince's playmate. The sadistic prince tormented him until Pumpkin retaliated with murder. Then he staged a coup, took over the throne, grew bored, and came to Earth to be a mob boss. Lord Pumpkin ended up killed a few times, but as long as a seed from his pumpkin head survives, he can be reborn, although he needs his candle to be complete. Some rebirths leave him a PlantPerson, while at other times he manages to gain a scarecrow's straw body again.

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* YoungerThanTheyLook: Prime is really a thirteen-year-old boy who takes on an adult appearance when powered up. Makes for some raised eyebrows when he proudly announces that the thirteen-year-old girl he has a crush on is his girlfriend.


* ScaryScarecrows: Lord Pumpkin

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* ScaryScarecrows: Lord Pumpkin is a scarecrow with a [[PumpkinPerson pumpkin head]] and a magic candle inside who hails from another dimension called Godwheel. He was created by the court magician to be the prince's playmate. The sadistic prince tormented him until Pumpkin retaliated with murder. Then he staged a coup, took over the throne, grew bored, and came to Earth to be a mob boss. Lord Pumpkin ended up killed a few times, but as long as a seed from his pumpkin head survives, he can be reborn, although he needs his candle to be complete. Some rebirths leave him a PlantPerson, while at other times he manages to gain a scarecrow's straw body again.


* LivingToys: In a true case of FromNobodyToNightmare, villain Lord Pumpkin started out as one. He was a living toy created by a wizard to be a playmate for a SpoiledBrat of a prince. However, the prince (who liked to torture animals, among other disturbing hobbies) sadistically tormented his playmate, until it rebelled, killed him, grew far more powerful, and took over the kingdom. Since then, Lord Pumpkin no longer fit the Trope at all (EvilOverlord is more appropriate), but that's where he started.





* FlyingBrick: Prime

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%% * FlyingBrick: PrimePrime is a classic Flying Brick whose twist is that he's really a skinny thirteen-year-old who generates a mass of pseudo-organic tissue around himself to appear as a muscular adult. Basically, he's ''Captain Marvel'', but DarkerAndEdgier. Another twist: his superpowered form's appearance is based on his idea of what a hero should be like. His first form looked like a standard Cape. After a run of bad luck and encounters with various antiheroes, his Prime form took a DarkerAndEdgier appearance. After regaining some of his original idealism tempered with maturity, his third and final form looks like a mix of the previous two though it looks more like the first one. All of his forms also have a face that strongly resembles his father.

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* AscendedFanboy: Prime was a superhero fan who actually became a superhero.

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* AnimatedAdaptation: Creator/DiCEntertainment made a 13 episode cartoon series in 1994.


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!!Ultra Force provides examples of the following tropes:

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!!Ultra Force !!''Ultra Force'' provides examples of the following tropes:


'''Ultra Force''' was a team composed of several established [[ComicBook/TheUltraverse Ultraverse]] heroes; it had its own short-lived animated series produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment. The original series lasted for 11 issues, from July, 1994 to July, 1995. It started with an issue #0. The final issues added a Marvel character to the team, Black Knight/Dane Whitman. Vol. 2 featured Whitman as team leader. It lasted for 16 issues, from October, 1995 to December, 1996. 27 regular issues in total. There were also a few one-shots, mostly [[ComicBook/AvengersUltraforce crossovers]] with ComicBook/TheAvengers.

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'''Ultra Force''' was a team composed of several established [[ComicBook/TheUltraverse Ultraverse]] heroes; it had its own short-lived animated series produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment. The original series lasted for 11 issues, from July, 1994 to July, 1995. It started with an issue #0. The final issues added a Marvel character to the team, Black Knight/Dane Whitman. Vol. 2 featured Whitman as team leader. It lasted for 16 issues, from October, 1995 to December, 1996. 27 regular issues in total. There were also a few one-shots, mostly [[ComicBook/AvengersUltraforce crossovers]] with ComicBook/TheAvengers.
''ComicBook/TheAvengers''.

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* {{Ultraterrestrials}}: The Fire People who have advanced technology way before humans invented the wheel.


'''Ultra Force''' was a team composed of several established [[ComicBook/TheUltraverse Ultraverse]] heroes; it had its own short-lived animated series produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment. The original series lasted for 11 issues, from July, 1994 to July, 1995. It started with an issue #0. The final issues added a Marvel character to the team, Black Knight/Dane Whitman. Vol. 2 featured Whitman as team leader. It lasted for 16 issues, from October, 1995 to December, 1996. 27 regular issues in total. There were also a few one-shots, mostly crossovers with ComicBook/TheAvengers.

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'''Ultra Force''' was a team composed of several established [[ComicBook/TheUltraverse Ultraverse]] heroes; it had its own short-lived animated series produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment. The original series lasted for 11 issues, from July, 1994 to July, 1995. It started with an issue #0. The final issues added a Marvel character to the team, Black Knight/Dane Whitman. Vol. 2 featured Whitman as team leader. It lasted for 16 issues, from October, 1995 to December, 1996. 27 regular issues in total. There were also a few one-shots, mostly crossovers [[ComicBook/AvengersUltraforce crossovers]] with ComicBook/TheAvengers.

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* {{Psychometry}}: Ghoul is able to see the history of objects by touching them.


* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: Contrary looked, dressed, and acted similar to White Queen/ EmmaFrost.

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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: Contrary looked, dressed, and acted similar to White Queen/ EmmaFrost.ComicBook/EmmaFrost.

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