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''Lavender Castle'' (1998-2000) is a part StopMotion, part CGI children's Sci-Fi series, created by Rodney Matthews and produced by Creator/GerryAnderson for CosgroveHall and Creator/HiTEntertainment.

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''Lavender Castle'' (1998-2000) is a part StopMotion, part CGI children's Sci-Fi series, created by Rodney Matthews and produced by Creator/GerryAnderson for CosgroveHall Creator/CosgroveHall and Creator/HiTEntertainment.

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''Lavender Castle'' (1998-2000) is a part StopMotion, part CGI children's Sci-Fi series, created by Rodney Matthews and produced by Creator/GerryAnderson for CosgroveHall and HiTEntertainment.

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''Lavender Castle'' (1998-2000) is a part StopMotion, part CGI children's Sci-Fi series, created by Rodney Matthews and produced by Creator/GerryAnderson for CosgroveHall and HiTEntertainment.
Creator/HiTEntertainment.


''Lavender Castle'' (1999-2000) is a part StopMotion, part CGI children's Sci-Fi series, created by Rodney Matthews and produced by Creator/GerryAnderson for CosgroveHall and HiTEntertainment.

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''Lavender Castle'' (1999-2000) (1998-2000) is a part StopMotion, part CGI children's Sci-Fi series, created by Rodney Matthews and produced by Creator/GerryAnderson for CosgroveHall and HiTEntertainment.


''Lavender Castle'' (1999-2000) is a part StopMotion, part CGI children's Sci-Fi series, created by Rodney Matthews and produced by Creator/GerryAnderson.

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''Lavender Castle'' (1999-2000) is a part StopMotion, part CGI children's Sci-Fi series, created by Rodney Matthews and produced by Creator/GerryAnderson.
Creator/GerryAnderson for CosgroveHall and HiTEntertainment.



* ClipShow: The last episode, ''Birds of a Feather'', which has the villains recalling how they've tried and failed to defeat the ''Paradox''.

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* ClipShow: The last episode, episode of Series 1, ''Birds of a Feather'', which has the villains recalling how they've tried and failed to defeat the ''Paradox''.



* PastelChalkedFreezeFrame: Used in the episodes ''In the Beginning'', ''The Twilight Tower'', ''The Lost Starfighter'', ''Double Cross'', ''Bird of Prey'', ''Swamp Fever'', ''The Galacternet'', ''Traitor'', ''Lost in Space'', ''The Legend'', ''Diamonds Aren't Forever'', ''Wearizy'' and ''Interface'' as these episodes freeze at their last frame to show the From an Original Concept By, Story By and Script By credits, before fading to black and continuing with the normal credits, starting with the Featuring the Voices Of credits.

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* PastelChalkedFreezeFrame: Used in the episodes ''In the Beginning'', ''The Twilight Tower'', ''The Lost Starfighter'', ''Double Cross'', ''Bird of Prey'', ''Swamp Fever'', ''The Galacternet'', ''Traitor'', ''Lost in Space'', ''The Legend'', ''Diamonds Aren't Forever'', ''Wearizy'' and ''Interface'' as these episodes freeze at their last frame to show the From an Original Concept By, Story By and Script By credits, before fading to black and continuing with the normal credits, starting with the Featuring the Voices Of credits.NoSenseOfDirection: Sproggle, who often has trouble telling his left from his right.


* ReportsOfMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated: Said word for word by the Guardian in "Raiders of the Planet Zark".

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* PirateParrot: Short Fred Ledd's robotic parrot Tin Lizzy.
* ReportsOfMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated: Said word for word by the Guardian in "Raiders ''Raiders of the Planet Zark".Zark''.



* StarFighter: Roger's old craft, the Firefly, which appears in "The Lost Starfighter" and "Lost in Space".

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* StarFighter: Roger's old craft, the Firefly, which appears in "The ''The Lost Starfighter" Starfighter'' and "Lost ''Lost in Space".Space''.




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* VerbalTic: Tin Lizzy often has a habit of copying what Short Fred Ledd is saying, which Short Fred Ledd finds really annoying.


* DeadpanSnarker: Captain Thrice's Walking Stick, which was given life on Captain Thrice's previous trip to Lavender Castle.



* PastelChalkedFreezeFrame: Used in the episodes ''In the Beginning'', ''The Twilight Tower'', ''The Lost Starfighter'', ''Double Cross'', ''Bird of Prey'', ''Swamp Fever'', ''The Galacternet'', ''Traitor'', ''Lost in Space'', ''The Legend'', ''Diamonds Aren't Forever'', ''Wearizy'' and ''Interface'' as these episodes freeze at their last frame to show the From an Original Concept By, Story By and Script By credits, before fading to black and continuing with the normal credits, starting with the Featuring the Voices Of credits.* PercussiveMaintenance: Isambard often applies this to the ''Paradox'''s engine.

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* PastelChalkedFreezeFrame: Used in the episodes ''In the Beginning'', ''The Twilight Tower'', ''The Lost Starfighter'', ''Double Cross'', ''Bird of Prey'', ''Swamp Fever'', ''The Galacternet'', ''Traitor'', ''Lost in Space'', ''The Legend'', ''Diamonds Aren't Forever'', ''Wearizy'' and ''Interface'' as these episodes freeze at their last frame to show the From an Original Concept By, Story By and Script By credits, before fading to black and continuing with the normal credits, starting with the Featuring the Voices Of credits.credits.
* PercussiveMaintenance: Isambard often applies this to the ''Paradox'''s engine.


* FreezeFrameEnding: Used in the episodes ''In the Beginning'', ''The Twilight Tower'', ''The Lost Starfighter'', ''Double Cross'', ''Bird of Prey'', ''Swamp Fever'', ''The Galacternet'', ''Traitor'', ''Lost in Space'', ''The Legend'', ''Diamonds Aren't Forever'', ''Wearizy'' and ''Interface'' as these episodes freeze at their last frame to show the From an Original Concept By, Story By and Script By credits, before fading to black and continuing with the normal credits, starting with the Featuring the Voices Of credits.



* PercussiveMaintenance: Isambard often applies this to the ''Paradox'''s engine.
* {{Pirate}}: Short Fred Ledd

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* PastelChalkedFreezeFrame: Used in the episodes ''In the Beginning'', ''The Twilight Tower'', ''The Lost Starfighter'', ''Double Cross'', ''Bird of Prey'', ''Swamp Fever'', ''The Galacternet'', ''Traitor'', ''Lost in Space'', ''The Legend'', ''Diamonds Aren't Forever'', ''Wearizy'' and ''Interface'' as these episodes freeze at their last frame to show the From an Original Concept By, Story By and Script By credits, before fading to black and continuing with the normal credits, starting with the Featuring the Voices Of credits.* PercussiveMaintenance: Isambard often applies this to the ''Paradox'''s engine.
* {{Pirate}}: Short Fred Ledd
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* SpacePirates: Short Fred Ledd and his robotic parrot, Tin Lizzy.


* FreezeFrameCredits

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* FreezeFrameCreditsFreezeFrameEnding: Used in the episodes ''In the Beginning'', ''The Twilight Tower'', ''The Lost Starfighter'', ''Double Cross'', ''Bird of Prey'', ''Swamp Fever'', ''The Galacternet'', ''Traitor'', ''Lost in Space'', ''The Legend'', ''Diamonds Aren't Forever'', ''Wearizy'' and ''Interface'' as these episodes freeze at their last frame to show the From an Original Concept By, Story By and Script By credits, before fading to black and continuing with the normal credits, starting with the Featuring the Voices Of credits.


* FreakyFridayFlip: Brought about by a [[SpaceClouds cosmic cloud]].

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* FreakyFridayFlip: Brought about by a [[SpaceClouds cosmic cloud]].cloud]] in ''Cloud of Chaos''.
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'''''Lavender Castle''''' (1999-2000) is a part StopMotion, part CGI children's Sci-Fi series, created by Rodney Matthews and produced by Creator/GerryAnderson.

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'''''Lavender Castle''''' ''Lavender Castle'' (1999-2000) is a part StopMotion, part CGI children's Sci-Fi series, created by Rodney Matthews and produced by Creator/GerryAnderson.

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* MeaningfulName: Dr. Agon. Get it?

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->''"Lavender Castle, a place of legend, fabled right across the universe. This is our quest: to find it!"''
-->-- '''Captain Thrice''', opening narration

'''''Lavender Castle''''' (1999-2000) is a part StopMotion, part CGI children's Sci-Fi series, created by Rodney Matthews and produced by Creator/GerryAnderson.

It follows the adventures of the crew of the ''Paradox'', led by Captain Thrice, on their quest to find the legendary Lavender Castle and prevent BigBad Dr Agon from destroying it.

The crew of the ''Paradox'' include Captain Thrice, his walking stick which was brought to life during a previous encounter with Lavender Castle, Isambard (Engineer), Roger (Pilot), Lyca (Doctor), Sir Squeakalot (Ship's robot) and Sproggle (Navigator).

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!!''Lavender Castle'' provides examples of the following tropes:

* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace
* BigBad: Dr Agon
* BondVillainStupidity: Displayed by Dr Agon in ''High Moon''.
* ClipShow: The last episode, ''Birds of a Feather'', which has the villains recalling how they've tried and failed to defeat the ''Paradox''.
* DeusExMachina: Lavender Castle itself sometimes saves the crew from otherwise inescapable situations.
* EyesDoNotBelongThere: Captain Thrice has a third eye on his nose.
* FreakyFridayFlip: Brought about by a [[SpaceClouds cosmic cloud]].
* GeniusLoci: Lavender Castle might be one of these.
* InstrumentOfMurder: Dr Agon uses a laser trumpet in the first episode.
* MentalTimeTravel: In "A Stitch in Time".
* PercussiveMaintenance: Isambard often applies this to the ''Paradox'''s engine.
* {{Pirate}}: Short Fred Ledd
* ReportsOfMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated: Said word for word by the Guardian in "Raiders of the Planet Zark".
* StarFighter: Roger's old craft, the Firefly, which appears in "The Lost Starfighter" and "Lost in Space".
* StarKilling: Dr Agon does this.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Sproggle
* UnrealisticBlackHole: In "Birds Of Prey".

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