Dino-Riders

Season 1 Episode 10

To Lose the Path

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Aired Unknown Dec 03, 1988 on
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To Lose the Path
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Rasp's work on a new pulse cannon at the Rulons' weapons refinery causes some chemical waste to be disposed into the river. Many dinosaurs fall ill because of this pollution; Yungstar becomes so infuriated that he doubles his resolve to end the Rulon threat once and for all. His hatred grows so intense that he loses his ability to communicate telepathically. Somehow, Yungstar must reclaim the Path before he is hunted down by Krok and Lokus.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

    Voices of Krulos, Rasp, & Glyde

    Dan Gilvezan

    Dan Gilvezan

    Voice of Questar

    Noelle North

    Noelle North

    Voice of Serena

    Ike Eisenmann

    Ike Eisenmann

    Voice of Turret

    Peter Cullen

    Peter Cullen

    Voices of Gunner, Antor, & Bomba

    Rob Paulsen

    Rob Paulsen

    Voices of Vector, Faze, & Kameelian

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Yungstar: It was a message I wanted to send to Krulos personally, but I didn't do it out of anger or hate. From now on I'll leave those feelings to Krulos.
        Gunner: Yeah, he's had more practice with them.
        Turret: Chances are he's practicing them this very minute.

      • Mind-Zei: There would be no point in fighting the Rulons only to become Rulons ourselves...Our people have always found strength in love, and that is surely the most powerful force of all.

    • NOTES (2)

      • In the opening scene, a group of dinosaurs are shown calmly listening to some explosions in the mountains before they resume drinking in the river. It's funny and shows how the planet's inhabitants have grown used to the constant laser fire.

      • The Edmontonia and the Kentrosaurus are about the same size and are pretty evenly matched in terms of strength, speed, and armor.

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