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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 / YMMV - TV Tropes

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    • Novel
    • Film
    • TV Series
    • Lapine Mythology
    • The 2018 Series
    Awesome Music: Mike Batt, who wrote "Bright Eyes" in the film, returned to make some awesome tracks.
    The Scrappy: A lot of fans hate Primrose for being manipulative, self-centered, and good at nothing else. Particularly jarring if you realize that she's supposed to be Hyzenthlay, who in the book w...
    Family-Unfriendly Aesop: Since these are prey animals, a bit of Values Dissonance may be present.
    Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: The Efrafan does busting out in an Irish lament to distract their captors just as Bigwig is outed as a mole. Being almost like a musical number, it is never brought up...
    Harsher in Hindsight: The miniseries deviates from the novel by having Hyzenthlay become Holly's love interest instead of Hazel's mate. As Hazel and Hyzenthlay are voiced by James McAvoyand Anne Ma...
  5. Watership Down - All The Tropes

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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 | 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.

  7. 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".

  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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