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''Galactik (sic) Football'', is a French produced animated series that mixes conventional 2D animation with 3D motion-capture. Think ''Film/TheMightyDucks'' in space, but not THAT ''WesternAnimation/TheMightyDucks'' in space.

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''Galactik (sic) Football'', is a French produced animated series that mixes conventional 2D animation with 3D motion-capture. Think ''Film/TheMightyDucks'' in space, but not THAT ''WesternAnimation/TheMightyDucks'' ''WesternAnimation/MightyDucksTheAnimatedSeries'' in space.


* {{Adorkable}}: Micro-Ice.


* TheBusCameBack: For Zoelin, Micro Ice's SatelliteLoveInterest in season 3.

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* TheBusCameBack: For Zoelin, Micro Zoelin (Micro Ice's SatelliteLoveInterest SatelliteLoveInterest), Ballow (Akillian crime boss), and [[spoiler:Tia's fake parents]] in season 3. 3.
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* PollutedWasteland: Unadar, the home of the Rykers.



* TimeSkip: There is supposedly a after between season 1 and 2, yet the characters don't age at all, not to mention change their clothes. Of course, they might be OlderThanTheyLook.

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* TimeSkip: There is supposedly a after 4-years time skip between season 1 and 2, yet the characters don't age at all, not to mention change their clothes. Of course, they might be OlderThanTheyLook. There is a one-year time skip between season 2 and 3, and a two-months time skip in season 3.


* AllThereInTheManual: The cause of the Great War is only explained in an obscure novelization of the first 6 episodes.



* AnimationBump: The animation becomes much more fluid during the actual football sequences, depsite the shift to 3D.

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* AnimationBump: The animation becomes much more fluid during the actual football sequences, depsite despite the shift to 3D.


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* ComboPlatterPowers: The Fluxes. Pretty much all good teams have SuperStrength, SuperSpeed and NotQuiteFlight. Some players use their Flux for telekinesis or to produce DeflectorShields. Each Flux also grants one additional ability such as teleportation, invisibility, SuperSenses, etc.


* AesopAmnesia: D'Jok's ego problems always get sorted by the end of the season and always return by the start of the next.

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* AesopAmnesia: D'Jok's ego problems always get sorted by the end of the season and always return by the start of the next. Lampshaded by Warren in season 3.



* ChekhovsGun: Mice Delight, Micro Ice's drink range that is mentioned early on in season 3, is what finally destroys the [[spoiler: Anti Multi-Flux.]]

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* ChekhovsGun: Mice Delight, Micro Ice's drink range that is mentioned early on in season 3, is what finally destroys creates the [[spoiler: Anti Multi-Flux.]]



* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Addiction to the smog is portrayed like a drug addiction.

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Addiction to the smog Smog is portrayed like a drug addiction.



* DysfunctionJunction: The Snow Kids are pretty bad, but they can't compare with the previous Akillian team.

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* DysfunctionJunction: The Snow Kids are pretty bad, but they can't compare with the previous Akillian Akilian team.



* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Artegor]] halfway season 2 and [[spoiler:Sinedd]] at the end of season 3.

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* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Artegor]] halfway in season 2 and [[spoiler:Sinedd]] at the end of season 3.



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone?: Rocket says this almost word for word in the season two's episode "The Fallen Star", after realizing his Netherball opponent is actually Tia.( He thought he was playing against various previous opponents.)

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone?: Rocket says this almost word for word in the season two's episode "The Fallen Star", after realizing his Netherball opponent is actually Tia.( He (He thought he was playing against various previous opponents.)



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: In season 3, just as Clamp is putting the finishing touches on the [[spoiler: Anti Multi-Flux]], Sydney and Harvey drop a can of Mice Delight in it.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: In season 3, just as Clamp is putting the finishing touches on the [[spoiler: Anti Multi-Flux]], Sydney and Harvey drop a can of Mice Delight in it. [[spoiler:Subverted, Mice Delight turns out to contain the ingredient that Clamp needed.]]



* NonMammalMammaries: Averted with the Shadows. Played straight with pretty much everyone else.

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* NonMammalMammaries: Averted with the Shadows. Played straight with pretty much everyone else.NotQuiteFlight: Players using their Flux can leap incredible distances, change their falling speed and DoubleJump. None of which is referred as ''flight''.



* OurHumansAreDifferent: Implied. Whether they have one eye, prehensile feet, or look like frogs, players from other planets are never stated to not be human.

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* OurClonesAreTheSame: Clones are computer simulations used for training or to replace a missing player. But [[spoiler:a robot pretending to be Clamp]] is also called a clone in season 1.
* OurHumansAreDifferent: Implied. Whether they have one eye, prehensile feet, or look like frogs, players from other planets are never stated to not be pretty much considered human.



* PersonalityPowers: While it's easier for players to learn the Flux of their home planet, they can also learn to use a different Flux, though most examples we've seen have been Akilians using the Smog. In season 3, Aarch notes that an angry player ([[spoiler: specifically Mei]]) can call upon the Smog unconsciously. When [[spoiler: Yuki trains to learn the Wave]], an Elektras player relates that their home planet had no Flux until they managed to awaken the Wave with their willpower. Using a Flux seems to require an attachment to its home planet, as [[spoiler: Lun-Zia failed to learn the Breath, but was also quite happy to join the Wambas]].

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* PersonalityPowers: While Using a Flux seems to require teamwork and an attachment to its home planet. Naturally, it's easier for players to learn the Flux of their home planet, they can also learn but some players train themselves to use a different Flux, though most examples we've seen have been Flux. Aarch, Artegor and others were Akilians using the Smog. In season 3, Aarch notes suggests that an angry anger can make a player ([[spoiler: specifically Mei]]) can call upon use the Smog unconsciously. Smog. When [[spoiler: Yuki trains to learn the Wave]], an Elektras player relates that their home planet Hectonia had no Flux until they the Elektras managed to awaken the Wave with their willpower. Using a Flux seems to require an attachment to its home planet, as [[spoiler: Lun-Zia failed to learn the Breath, but was also quite happy to join the Wambas]].willpower.



* PhlebotinumOverdose: Aarch began sick from over-using the Smog in the backstory. Sinedd showed hints of it in season 2. In season 3, Mei [[spoiler: left the Shadows because training to use the Smog was too hard for her]]. It's not just the Smog, either, since [[spoiler: Dame Simbai concludes that Ahito's constant fatigue comes from the high amount of Breath in his body]] in season 3.

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* PhlebotinumOverdose: Aarch began became sick from over-using the Smog in the backstory. Sinedd showed hints of also began to suffer from it in season 2.but got better. In season 3, Mei [[spoiler: left the Shadows because training to use the Smog was too hard for her]]. It's not just the Smog, either, since [[spoiler: Dame [[spoiler:Dame Simbai concludes that Ahito's constant fatigue narcolepsy comes from the high amount of Breath in his body]] in season 3.3.
** PhlebotinumDependence: Players can also become ill from losing their Flux, [[spoiler:as seen with Artegor in season 2]].


* EarthShatteringKaboom: [[spoiler: Paradisia]] in season 3. [[spoiler: Eventually subverted, as the planet is still inhabitable.]]



* OurHumansAreDifferent: Implied. Whether they have one eye, prehensile feet, or look like frogs, players from other planets are never stated to not be human.



* PersonalityPowers: While it's easier for players to learn the Flux of their home planet, they can also learn to use a different Flux, though most examples we've seen have been Akilians using the Smog. In season 3, Aarch notes that an angry player ([[spoiler: specifically Mei]]) can call upon the Smog unconsciously. When [[spoiler: Yuki trains to learn the Wave]], an Elektras player relates that their home planet had no Flux until they managed to awaken the Wave with their willpower. Using a Flux seems to require an attachment to its home planet, as [[spoiler: Lun-Zia failed to learn the Breath, but was also quite happy to join the Wambas]].



* PhlebotinumOverdose: Aarch suffered this after over-using the Smog in the backstory. Sinedd showed hints of it in season 2.

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* PhlebotinumOverdose: Aarch suffered this after began sick from over-using the Smog in the backstory. Sinedd showed hints of it in season 2. In season 3, Mei [[spoiler: left the Shadows because training to use the Smog was too hard for her]]. It's not just the Smog, either, since [[spoiler: Dame Simbai concludes that Ahito's constant fatigue comes from the high amount of Breath in his body]] in season 3.


* MundaneUtility: Flux gives super-strength, super-speed, super-agility, teleportation, hypnosis and possibly flight but is used only to play Soccer. A Jedi Council is in place to rigidly enforce this rule.)
** Somewhat lampshaded, since in the backstory, Flux was used to fight savage wars, so the restrictions are seen as necessary.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone?: Rocket says this almost word for word in the season two's episode "The Fallen Star", after realizing his Netherball opponent is actually Tia.( He thought he was playing against various previous opponents. )

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* MundaneUtility: Flux gives super-strength, super-speed, super-agility, teleportation, hypnosis and possibly flight but is used only to play Soccer. A Jedi Council is in place to rigidly enforce this rule.)
rule.
** Somewhat lampshaded, Invoked, since in the backstory, Flux was used to fight savage wars, so the restrictions are seen as necessary.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone?: Rocket says this almost word for word in the season two's episode "The Fallen Star", after realizing his Netherball opponent is actually Tia.( He thought he was playing against various previous opponents. )



* PhlebotinumOverdose: Aarch suffered this after over-using the Smog in the backstory. Sinedd showed hints of it in season 2.



* PowerGlows: All non-evil fluxes.

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* PowerGlows: All non-evil fluxes.Most fluxes. Inverted for the Smog, which is black. Averted for the Meta-Flux, which is undetectable.


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* WeaponOfMassDestruction: It turns out that the explosion on Akilian was caused by [[spoiler: the Meta-Flux]], which suppressed the Breath for 15 years. In later seasons, [[spoiler: the Multi-Flux was used as a weapon a few times]].


* {{Headbutt of Love}} D'Jok and Mei have one before their {{Big Damn Kiss}} at the end of season one.

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* {{Headbutt of Love}} D'Jok and Mei have one before their {{Big Damn Kiss}} TheBigDamnKiss at the end of season one.


* {{Anime Hair}}: D'Jok's red-pinkish spiky hair.

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* {{Anime Hair}}: AnimeHair: D'Jok's red-pinkish spiky hair.


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* HeroAntagonist: Warren is often a rival to the Snow Kids in the games, but is a good guy.


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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Aarch is strict but fair with his team. He is understanding when Tia temporarily [[spoiler:joins the Pirates to rescue her parents]], although he has her take double trainings until the next game.


* ChasteHero: Rocket initially, despite Tia's best efforts. Of course there might be [[{{Hoyay}} another reason]].

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* ChasteHero: Rocket initially, despite Tia's best efforts. Of course there might be [[{{Hoyay}} another reason]].



* DownToTheLastPlay

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* %%* DownToTheLastPlay



* FunPersonified: Micro-Ice.

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* %%* FunPersonified: Micro-Ice.



* IHaveYourWife: Bleylock forces D'Jok to play badly by kidnapping [[spoiler:his father Sonny Blackbones]].



* [[LoveAtFirstSight Infatuation At First Sight]]: Micro-Ice with Mei and [[SatelliteLoveInterest Zoelin]] in season one, and [[spoiler:Yuki]] in Season two. Justified by the fact he's very young and clueless.



* {{Love At First Sight}}: Micro-Ice to Mei.

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* {{Love At First Sight}}: LoveAtFirstSight: Micro-Ice to Mei.with Mei and [[SatelliteLoveInterest Zoelin]] in season one, and [[spoiler:Yuki]] in Season two. Justified by the fact he's very young and clueless.



* MistreatmentInducedBetrayal: When Sinedd reached the DespairEventHorizon in season 3, the Shadows told him to forget it and get back to work. Is it that big of a surprise that he joins [[spoiler: The Snow Kids]] shortly after?

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* MistreatmentInducedBetrayal: When Sinedd reached the DespairEventHorizon in season 3, the Shadows told him to forget it and get back to work. Is it that big of a surprise that he joins [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Snow Kids]] shortly after?



* PetTheDog: In the final match of Paradisia Cup Sinedd [[spoiler: saves D'Jok's life]].

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* PetTheDog: In the final match of Paradisia Cup Sinedd [[spoiler: saves [[spoiler:saves D'Jok's life]].



* [[RealMenWearPink Real Villains Wear Pink]]: Right Harris?

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* [[RealMenWearPink Real Villains Wear Pink]]: %%* RealMenWearPink: Right Harris?

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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Aarch. This is especially interesting considering his brother Norata is very light-skinned and white looking.

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