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According to Wiki/TheOtherWiki, the show was not renewed for a third season, the official reason being that Disney XD wanted to focus on comedy live-action shows. The series lasted from February, 2009 to July, 2010. A total of 35 episodes were released in its two seasons.

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This was the first original series to be broadcast on Creator/DisneyXD. According to Wiki/TheOtherWiki, the show was not renewed for a third season, the official reason being that Disney XD wanted to focus on comedy live-action shows. The series lasted from February, 2009 to July, 2010. A total of 35 episodes were released in its two seasons.



* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Jason.
* ArtificialHuman: STAN.
* {{Backstory}}: "My Stakeout with S.T.A.N." is chock full of it.
* BadassNormal: Charlie.

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%% * AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Jason.
%% * ArtificialHuman: STAN.
%% * {{Backstory}}: "My Stakeout with S.T.A.N." is chock full of it.
%% * BadassNormal: Charlie.



* TheBully: Percy Budnick.

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%% * TheBully: Percy Budnick.



* TheDragon: General Cross is arguably this to Dr. Necros.
* EvilCounterpart: Grudge in "Mutant Rain."

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%% * TheDragon: General Cross is arguably this to Dr. Necros.
%% * EvilCounterpart: Grudge in "Mutant Rain."



* TheGameComeToLife

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%% * TheGameComeToLife



* HeroesRUs: The Hall Foundation.
* ItsASmallNetAfterAll
* KillSat
* LosingYourHead: Stan.

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%% * HeroesRUs: The Hall Foundation.
%% * ItsASmallNetAfterAll
%% * KillSat
%% * LosingYourHead: Stan.



* ObfuscatingStupidity: [[spoiler: Emma]]
** [[spoiler: WrenchWench]]
* OrangeBlueContrast: The ''only'' two colors in title poster image above are blue and orange.

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%% * ObfuscatingStupidity: [[spoiler: Emma]]
%% ** [[spoiler: WrenchWench]]
* OrangeBlueContrast: The ''only'' two colors in title poster image above are blue and orange.



* PaperThinDisguise: You couldn't design a Hero Rising avatar who wore a mask, huh, Charlie? Good thing you can just say you're cosplaying as Aaron Stone.

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%% * PaperThinDisguise: You couldn't design a Hero Rising avatar who wore a mask, huh, Charlie? Good thing you can just say you're cosplaying as Aaron Stone.



* TattooedCrook: Souljacker.
* ThoseTwoGuys: Vas and Ram.
* UltimateGamer386

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%% * TattooedCrook: Souljacker.
%% * ThoseTwoGuys: Vas and Ram.
%% * UltimateGamer386



* WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld

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%% * WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld



* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Stan.

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%% * WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Stan.


* [[Mutants]]: The main antagonists of the second season.

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* [[Mutants]]: {{Mutants}}: The main antagonists of the second season.

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* TheBully: Percy Budnick.


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* TheDragon: General Cross is arguably this to Dr. Necros.


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* [[Mutants]]: The main antagonists of the second season.
** Dr. Helix, a member of the Omega Defiance, makes use of mutant hybrids in the first season.


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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Dr. Necros is last seen in the second episode of season 2, being interrogated by Damaged.

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* Mooks: The Omega Defiance makes use of soldiers.
* MookLieutenant: General Cross appears to be the one in charge of the Omega Defiance's soldiers.

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** A small-scale one occurs in the episode "Resident Weevil", when African Zombie Weevils are accidentally released into the school via STAN.


* MakeWayForTheNewVillains: The season 2 premiere has the Omega Defiance members being killed off by Damaged and his mutants.



* PunctuatedForEmphasis : I. Am. An. Android!

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* PunctuatedForEmphasis : PunctuatedForEmphasis: I. Am. An. Android!


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* ZombieApocalypse: Dr. Necros attempted to start one in the series premiere.


* RealityEnsues: Charlie didn't undergo any training before being sent on his first mission. Sure, he may be the best player in the game featuring the villains he's supposed to fight and he also knows some karate, but that's far from enough to be able to fight criminal masterminds. He's basically supposed to be some kind of soldier. So when he goes on his first mission, he botches everything, from almost blowing his cover when the bad guys ask who he is (he responds with "I'm Charl-I mean, I'm Aaron Stone") to having said bad guys mop the floor with him. Even after he gets better, he never really learns how to use one piece of his Aaron Stone gear (his shoes).

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* RealityEnsues: Charlie didn't undergo any training before being sent on his first mission. Sure, he may be the best player in the game featuring the villains he's supposed to fight and he also knows some karate, but that's far from enough to be able to fight criminal masterminds. He's basically supposed to be some kind of soldier. So when he goes on his first mission, he botches everything, from almost blowing his cover when the bad guys ask who he is (he responds with "I'm Charl-I mean, I'm Aaron Stone") to having said bad guys mop the floor with him. Even after he gets better, he never really learns how to use one piece of his Aaron Stone gear (his shoes).

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* RealityEnsues: Charlie didn't undergo any training before being sent on his first mission. Sure, he may be the best player in the game featuring the villains he's supposed to fight and he also knows some karate, but that's far from enough to be able to fight criminal masterminds. He's basically supposed to be some kind of soldier. So when he goes on his first mission, he botches everything, from almost blowing his cover when the bad guys ask who he is (he responds with "I'm Charl-I mean, I'm Aaron Stone") to having said bad guys mop the floor with him. Even after he gets better, he never really learns how to use one piece of his Aaron Stone gear (his shoes).


* GiftedlyBad: Jason is not good at Hero Rising, putting no forethought of strategy into his gaming. In fact he is so bad at it that his avatar Terminus Mag is as infamous at being the worst player in the world as his brother is famous for being the best. He despite constant embarressing failures believes he is a good player, and gets annoyed when pretty much everyone bluntly states he is the worst player around.

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* GiftedlyBad: Jason is not good at Hero Rising, putting no forethought of strategy into his gaming. In fact fact, he is so bad at it that his avatar Terminus Mag is as infamous at being the worst player in the world as his brother is famous for being the best. He despite Despite constant embarressing embarrassing failures believes he is a good player, player and gets annoyed when pretty much everyone bluntly states he is the worst player around.

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* CastingGag: In the Japanese dub, STAN is voiced by Creator/HiroshiKamiya, who already voiced [[ArtificialHuman artificial humans]] [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam00 be]][[VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}} fore]].


A Disney live-action adventure series about [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent typical teen]] Charlie Landers, whose skills at the online game ''Hero Rising'' bring him to the attention of reclusive billionaire T. Abner Hall. Hall offers Charlie the chance to save the world from RealLife bad guys--specifically, the Omega Defiance, the same evil conspiracy featured in ''Hero Rising''. After an initial RefusalOfTheCall, Charlie accepts and is soon fighting the same kind of battles that he'd previously experienced only in the game.

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A Disney live-action adventure series from [[Franchise/PowerRangers Bruce Kalish]] about [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent typical teen]] Charlie Landers, whose skills at the online game ''Hero Rising'' bring him to the attention of reclusive billionaire T. Abner Hall. Hall offers Charlie the chance to save the world from RealLife bad guys--specifically, the Omega Defiance, the same evil conspiracy featured in ''Hero Rising''. After an initial RefusalOfTheCall, Charlie accepts and is soon fighting the same kind of battles that he'd previously experienced only in the game.






* GuiltyPleasure


According to TheOtherWiki, the show was not renewed for a third season, the official reason being that Disney XD wanted to focus on comedy live-action shows. The series lasted from February, 2009 to July, 2010. A total of 35 episodes were released in its two seasons.

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According to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, the show was not renewed for a third season, the official reason being that Disney XD wanted to focus on comedy live-action shows. The series lasted from February, 2009 to July, 2010. A total of 35 episodes were released in its two seasons.


* ReplacementGoldfish: What this show is essentially meant to be for the PowerRangers franchise.

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* ReplacementGoldfish: What this show is essentially meant to be for the PowerRangers Franchise/PowerRangers franchise.


A Disney live-action adventure series, produced by Bruce Kalish from [[LongRunner Seasons]] [[Series/PowerRangersSPD 13]] through [[Series/PowerRangersJungleFury 16]] of ''PowerRangers'', about [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent typical teen]] Charlie Landers, whose skills at the online game ''Hero Rising'' bring him to the attention of reclusive billionaire T. Abner Hall. Hall offers Charlie the chance to save the world from RealLife bad guys--specifically, the Omega Defiance, the same evil conspiracy featured in ''Hero Rising''. After an initial RefusalOfTheCall, Charlie accepts and is soon fighting the same kind of battles that he'd previously experienced only in the game.

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A Disney live-action adventure series, produced by Bruce Kalish from [[LongRunner Seasons]] [[Series/PowerRangersSPD 13]] through [[Series/PowerRangersJungleFury 16]] of ''PowerRangers'', series about [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent typical teen]] Charlie Landers, whose skills at the online game ''Hero Rising'' bring him to the attention of reclusive billionaire T. Abner Hall. Hall offers Charlie the chance to save the world from RealLife bad guys--specifically, the Omega Defiance, the same evil conspiracy featured in ''Hero Rising''. After an initial RefusalOfTheCall, Charlie accepts and is soon fighting the same kind of battles that he'd previously experienced only in the game.

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