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Re: Power Rangers: Samurai

Postby ironrod prime » Wed Nov 30, 2011 2:24 pm

pirates i like treasure hunting is childs play in compareson to pirating

coincidentaly i do remember an episode where the rangers acted like pirates
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Re: Power Rangers: Samurai

Postby Sabrblade » Thu Dec 01, 2011 9:19 am

ironrod prime wrote:pirates i like treasure hunting is childs play in compareson to pirating
Dude, pirates hunt for treasure. They loot people for their goods (i.e. - their treasure). The two go hand in hand with each other.

Operation Overdrive was an archaeological-based series themed around artifacts and relics of the past, not looted goods.
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Re: Power Rangers: Samurai

Postby ironrod prime » Fri Dec 02, 2011 11:57 am

thats the problem most of the episodes were just them searching for jewls or stuff like that
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Re: Power Rangers: Samurai

Postby Sabrblade » Sat Dec 03, 2011 1:01 am

ironrod prime wrote:thats the problem most of the episodes were just them searching for jewls or stuff like that
And not a single one was unimportant, since each and everyone of them provided another lead to finding all five of the Crown's jewels. Some even provided additional clues once brought together. Sure it got kinda repetitive at times, but considering what they had to work with thanks to Boukenger's story, there wasn't much else they could have done.

And when they would break away from the search for the various relics, the other things they would do weren't all that exciting. I mean, Dax shooting a movie, the Rangers appearing on a talk show, Tyzonn trying to be of aid to Rose, these plots were kinda lame compared to the artifact-focused episodes. Though, there were some exceptions that were cool like when Will was acting as a double agent trying to gain Kamdor's trust after fake betraying the Rangers, or when Ronny was kidnapped and tormented for that two-part episode, or when Mack's true nature was exposed and he became the Red Sentinel Ranger, and of course, the "Once A Ranger" anniversary two-parter. 8-)
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