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* ForegoneConclusion: Since she was in the movie, it's no secret that Aughras death this episode won't last.

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* ForegoneConclusion: Since she was in the movie, it's no secret that Aughras Aughra's death this episode won't last.


* BigNo: The Emperor unleashes one when it seems The Hunter has died.



* DefiantCaptive: The Gelflings under the Skeksis captivity.

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* DefiantCaptive: The DefiantCaptive:
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Gelflings under the Skeksis captivity. captivity.
** Also Aughra, who keeps mocking the Skeksis while they drain her.


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* ForegoneConclusion: Since she was in the movie, it's no secret that Aughras death this episode won't last.


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* ItsAllMyFault: Seladon when she finally comes to her senses.


* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Regarding the CallForward mentioned above, the Skeksis discuss summoning their remaining brethren (minus the exiled skekGra the Heretic) in preparation for the incoming war against the Gelflings. They mention skekNa the Slave-Master and skekUng the (future) Garthim-Master -- both from the film, and skekLi the Satirist and skekSa the Mariner from the ExpandedUniverse books. There's no mention of the last of the eighteen Skeksis that could potentially join them (and eventually will, since he's in the film), skekShod the Treasurer. However, the last two missing Skeksis were, according to the Creation Myths, died just as soon as the Skeksis and Mystics were formed.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Regarding the CallForward mentioned above, the Skeksis discuss summoning their remaining brethren (minus the exiled skekGra the Heretic) in preparation for the incoming war against the Gelflings. They mention skekNa the Slave-Master and skekUng the (future) Garthim-Master -- both from the film, and skekLi the Satirist and skekSa the Mariner from the ExpandedUniverse books. There's no mention of the last of the eighteen Skeksis that could potentially join them (and eventually will, since he's in the film), skekShod the Treasurer. However, the The last two missing Skeksis were, according to the Creation Myths, died Skeksis, meanwhile, were killed just as soon as the Skeksis and Mystics were formed.formed as shown in ''ComicBook/TheDarkCrystalCreationMyths''.


* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Regarding the CallForward mentioned above, the Skeksis discuss summoning their remaining brethren (minus the exiled skekGra the Heretic) in preparation for the incoming war against the Gelflings. They mention skekNa the Slave-Master and skekUng the (future) Garthim-Master -- both from the film, and skekLi the Satirist and skekSa the Mariner from the ExpandedUniverse books. There's no mention of the last of the eighteen Skeksis that could potentially join them (and eventually will, since he's in the film), skekShod the Treasurer.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Regarding the CallForward mentioned above, the Skeksis discuss summoning their remaining brethren (minus the exiled skekGra the Heretic) in preparation for the incoming war against the Gelflings. They mention skekNa the Slave-Master and skekUng the (future) Garthim-Master -- both from the film, and skekLi the Satirist and skekSa the Mariner from the ExpandedUniverse books. There's no mention of the last of the eighteen Skeksis that could potentially join them (and eventually will, since he's in the film), skekShod the Treasurer. However, the last two missing Skeksis were, according to the Creation Myths, died just as soon as the Skeksis and Mystics were formed.


* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Regarding the CallForward mentioned above, the Skeksis discuss summoning their remaining brethren (minus the exiled skekGra the Heretic) in preparation for the incoming war against the Gelflings. They mention skekNa the Slave Master and skekUng the (future) Garthim Master -- both from the film, and skekLi the Satirist and skekSa the Mariner from the ExpandedUniverse books. There's no mention of the last of the eighteen Skeksis that could potentially join them (and eventually will, since he's in the film), skekShod the Treasurer.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Regarding the CallForward mentioned above, the Skeksis discuss summoning their remaining brethren (minus the exiled skekGra the Heretic) in preparation for the incoming war against the Gelflings. They mention skekNa the Slave Master Slave-Master and skekUng the (future) Garthim Master Garthim-Master -- both from the film, and skekLi the Satirist and skekSa the Mariner from the ExpandedUniverse books. There's no mention of the last of the eighteen Skeksis that could potentially join them (and eventually will, since he's in the film), skekShod the Treasurer.



* DoNotAdjustYourSet: Emperor skekSo uses the Crystal to hijack Rian's magical VideoPhone fire message in order to threaten the Gelflings shall they rebel.

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* DoNotAdjustYourSet: Emperor skekSo uses the Dark Crystal to hijack Rian's magical VideoPhone fire message in order to threaten the Gelflings shall they rebel.


* DoNotAdjustYourSet: Emperor skekSo hijacks Rian's magic fire message in order to threaten the Gelflings shall they rebel.

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* DoNotAdjustYourSet: Emperor skekSo hijacks uses the Crystal to hijack Rian's magic magical VideoPhone fire message in order to threaten the Gelflings shall they rebel.


* GondorCallsForAid: It turns out the initial synopsis allegory "igniting the fires of rebellion" is a bit literal, with Rian talking to all the Gelfling clans through a magical fire and inciting them to unite and rebel against the Skeksis, no matter how at odds the clans were with each other.

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* GondorCallsForAid: It turns out the initial synopsis allegory "igniting the fires of rebellion" is a bit literal, with Rian talking to all the Gelfling clans through a magical fire and inciting them to unite and rebel against the Skeksis, no matter how [[DividedWeFall at odds the clans were with each other.other]].


* GondorCallsForAid: It turns out the initial synopsis allegory "igniting the fires of rebellion" is a bit literal, with Rian talking to all seven Gelfling clans through a magical fire and inciting them to unite and rebel against the Skeksis, no matter how at odds the clans were with each other.

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* GondorCallsForAid: It turns out the initial synopsis allegory "igniting the fires of rebellion" is a bit literal, with Rian talking to all seven the Gelfling clans through a magical fire and inciting them to unite and rebel against the Skeksis, no matter how at odds the clans were with each other.

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* DoNotAdjustYourSet: Emperor skekSo hijacks Rian's magic fire message in order to threaten the Gelflings shall they rebel.

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* GondorCallsForAid: It turns out the initial synopsis allegory "igniting the fires of rebellion" is a bit literal, with Rian talking to all seven Gelfling clans through a magical fire and inciting them to rebel against the Skeksis, no matter how at odds the clans were with each other.

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* GondorCallsForAid: It turns out the initial synopsis allegory "igniting the fires of rebellion" is a bit literal, with Rian talking to all seven Gelfling clans through a magical fire and inciting them to unite and rebel against the Skeksis, no matter how at odds the clans were with each other.


* HiddenInPlainSight: The half of the Dual Glaive that Rian and Deet are searching turns out to be hidden in Maudra Argot's cane.

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* HiddenInPlainSight: The half of the Dual Glaive that Rian and Deet are searching were looking for in the Caves of Grot turns out to be hidden in Maudra Argot's cane.


* CallForward: We get our first clue of the missing [[Film/TheDarkCrystal film]] Skeksis' whereabouts, when the Skeksis propose to summon skekNa (the Slave Master) and skekUng (the future Garthim Master) at the castle.

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* CallForward: We get our first clue of two of the missing [[Film/TheDarkCrystal film]] Skeksis' whereabouts, when the Skeksis propose to summon skekNa (the Slave Master) and skekUng (the future Garthim Master) at the castle.


* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Regarding the CallForward mentioned above, the Skeksis discuss summoning their remaining brethren (minus the exiled skekGra) in preparation for the incoming war against the Gelflings. They mention skekNa the Slave Master and skekUng the (future) Garthim Master -- both from the film, and skekLi the Satirist and skekSa the Mariner from the ExpandedUniverse books. There's no mention of the last of the eighteen Skeksis that could potentially join them (and eventually will, since he's in the film), skekShod the Treasurer.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Regarding the CallForward mentioned above, the Skeksis discuss summoning their remaining brethren (minus the exiled skekGra) skekGra the Heretic) in preparation for the incoming war against the Gelflings. They mention skekNa the Slave Master and skekUng the (future) Garthim Master -- both from the film, and skekLi the Satirist and skekSa the Mariner from the ExpandedUniverse books. There's no mention of the last of the eighteen Skeksis that could potentially join them (and eventually will, since he's in the film), skekShod the Treasurer.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Regarding the CallForward mentioned above, the Skeksis discuss summoning their remaining brethren (minus the exiled skekGra) in preparation for the incoming war against the Gelflings. They mention skekNa the Slave Master and skekUng the (future) Garthim Master -- both from the film, and skekLi the Satirist and skekSa the Mariner from the ExpandedUniverse books. There's no mention of the last of the eighteen Skeksis that could potentially join them (and eventually will, since he's in the film), skekShod the Treasurer.

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