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  1. Watership Down (Western Animation) - TV Tropes

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    A description of tropes appearing in Watership Down. A 1978 British animated film directed by Martin Rosen, adapted from the 1972 novel of the same name by …

  2. Watership Down (Literature) - TV Tropes

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    A description of tropes appearing in Watership Down. An epic Low Fantasy adventure by Richard Adams, first published in 1972. Hazel, our protagonist, is a …

  3. Watership Down / Characters - TV Tropes

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    Spoilers are unmarked below. Sandleford Warren rabbits The protagonist, Hazel is the leader of the Sandleford Warren group. Anger Born of Worry: Towards Bigwig, who uses himself as bait to drive away a fox. Also towards Fiver in the early parts …

  4. Watership Down - TV Tropes

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  5. Watership Down | All The Tropes Wiki | Fandom

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    Watership Down might actually be the exception to this rule. In the Sandleford Warren, the Threarah is noted for being a very dangerous fighter, and when Captain Holly arrives at Watership Down, he too assumed that Bigwig must be Chief Rabbit. Authority Equals Asskicking: General Woundwort.

  6. Watership Down / Nightmare Fuel - TV Tropes

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    The sequel, Tales from Watership Down, feature several new El-ahrairah tales that feature out-and-out Eldritch Abominations, from a predatory thing in "The Story of the Comical Field" to a hostile Outer God in "The Three Cows" to something only seen in gibbering insanity in "The Hole in the Sky".

  7. Watership Down/Characters - All The Tropes

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    A prominent rabbit in Efrafa, Campion is an enemy of the Watership Down rabbits and an important soldier of Woundwort. Defector From Decadence: TV series only. The Dragon: Subverted, more stereotypically The Lancer than Bigwig. The Good Chancellor: Vis-a-vis the other Efrafan leaders.

  8. Watership Down/Characters | All The Tropes Wiki | Fandom

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    Evil Chancellor: Made out as such in the TV series. Jerkass: Skirting on Complete Monster at times, he has few, if any, positive qualities. Blackavar. A former member of Efrafa, constantly being punished for his escape attempts. He finally manages to escape with the Watership Down rabbits. Defector From Decadence; Death by Adaptation: In the movie.

  9. Watership Down/YMMV | All The Tropes Wiki | Fandom

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    1 All adaptations 2 Novel 3 Film 4 TV Series 5 Lapine mythology Alternative Character Interpretation: Frith, the Sun God and creator of the world. Even within the stories themselves, Prince Rainbow's role varies -- sometimes he'll be against El-ahrairah, other times he'll help him with good advice. Fandom Rivalry: Watership Down vs. The Animals of Farthing Wood He's Just Hiding: Rabbits from ...

  10. Watership Down/Awesome - All The Tropes

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    Fiver gets his Crowning Moment in the siege on Watership too. When the Efrafans break through the ceiling into the Honeycomb, he's in such a deep trance they assume he's dead. But once Bigwig beats off General Woundwort (see above), Fiver gets up and, still in a trance and seeming to channel something beyond rabbits, foretells the death of the ...

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