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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })W.I.T.C.H. is a Magical Girl fantasy animated series produced by French studio SIP Animation in close collaboration with Disney and its former global action brand Jetix (which also aired on ABC Family and ABC Kids in the US). Based on the comic book of the same name, the cartoon serves as a distilled and re-imagined version of the comic's first two story arcs, tying them together into one central and connected plot-line. The adaptation is perhaps best known for having Gargoyles creator Greg Weisman serve as showrunner during its second season, replacing writing duo Andrew Nicholls and Darrell Vickers.On the distant world of Meridian, a tyrannical young man named Phobos has acquired the royal throne and begun his crusade to spread his reign to all other worlds in the universe. In order to counter his ambitions, a magical wall known as the Veil was created in order to seal Meridian away from the rest of the universe. However, over time, the Veil has begun to deteriorate, creating tears in the fabric of space that serve as portals allowing free passage between Meridian and the town of Heatherfield on Earth.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })In response, five young girls from Earth are recruited to become the new Guardians of the Veil, a group of super-powered defenders who are tasked with keeping order in the universe. The five girls (whose initials spell "WITCH") are joined by a Meridian rebel named Caleb who alerts them that Phobos isn't just a tyrant, but an usurper to a matriarchal throne: the rightful heir is hidden somewhere on Earth. And so their mission is clear: close the portals and figure out the identity of Phobos's younger sister before his men do. But as they, the rebel forces, and an odd goblin-like smuggler work together to search for the rightful heir to the throne, the Guardians slowly begin to learn that other forces are at work behind the scenes, manipulating and coercing various events involving the war on Meridian, and that everything and everyone they encounter is not what they appear to be.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })The show distinguishes itself from the bulk of Western Animation by attempting to create an overarching Myth Arc without the use of filler episodes (as opposed to more episodic cartoons with only occasional multi-part story arcs). Most of the episodes revolve around chess-like maneuvers between the villains and the girls. The girls start out on the losing side, but slowly build up their victories. They must contend with the main antagonists having uncanny scheming abilities by developing their own skill and cunning to counteract them. By the end of the series, both sides are playing Xanatos Speed Chess. The series also Played With Cerebus Syndrome on a meta level: while the characters and overall plot remain fundamentally unchanged, the show's tone initially portrays the Civil War as more of a game or nuisance, and gets much more serious over time.Despite laying the groundwork for an adaptation of the comic's third story arc, and relatively high ratings on various Jetix blocks and networks, producer and investor disinterest resulted in the show's second season being its last.
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Elemental Baggage: Mostly averted, but it happens to Cornelia occasionally. Played Straight in Kandrakar in "N is for Narcissist"... though given the theme of the episode, she may not have been trying too hard. Subverted when the Guardians fight indoors at a swimming pool and Cornelia has no earth or plants to use. She makes do with algae from the pool.
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Canon Foreigner
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Canon Foreigner: While the characters on Earth are almost all from the comics (except Alchemy), numerous Meridian inhabitants are original to the cartoon, as are many of the individually-unnamed creatures living there (which the showrunners of the first season considered to be a necessary Adaptation Expansion on their part).
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Age Lift
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Age Lift: A very minor case - the girls start out at 12/13, as opposed to 13/14 respectively in the comics.
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Dirty Coward
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Halinor's is cowardice, as she attempts to steal W.I.T.C.H.'s powers for herself in a desperate attempt to protect Kandrakar from the Knights of Destruction. This single treasonous act is enough for Nerissa to corrupt her soul.
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Thinking Up Portals
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Thinking Up Portals: The Heart of Kandrakar gains this ability in a late first season episode.
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Dream Weaver
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In the second season, the girls hold one specifically to fight the evil invading their dreams.
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Heroic BSoD
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Heroic BSoD: Hay Lin in "T is for Trauma", where Nerissa controlled Yan Lin's Altermere and Eric. "F is for Facades" showcased this trope with Cornelia when she was told Caleb didn't make it. He is revealed to be still alive when he returns moments later, which leads to her Heroic Resolve.
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Darker and Edgier
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In the Darker and Edgier second season, it's outright lampshaded. When a group of villains goes as far as to attack the heroines on Earth (including their families), and one of them explicitly goes out of his way to make said heroines hate him on purpose, their battle ends with this:
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Dimensional Cutter
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Dimensional Cutter: In season 2, portals are replaced by folds, and several magical items are able to create them.
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Our Orcs Are Different
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Our Orcs Are Different: Many of Meridian's natives are orc-like to a greater or lesser extent, but the lurdens fit best both in terms of appearance and role in the story.
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Playing with Fire
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Taranee and Halinor are the Guardians of Fire.
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Breaking the Fourth Wall
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Breaking the Fourth Wall: Hay Lin slams her face into the screen after she first transforms.
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Deal with the Devil
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Deal with the Devil: Nerissa exploits the psychological vulnerabilities of the former guardians by granting their wishes at the cost of their free will. She enslaves Cassidy by promising to bring her back to life so that she could reunite with her mother; Halinor by preying on her desire to feel safe; and Kadma by taking advantage of the latter's lust for power. The Guardians were forced to cooperate with Phobos in order to defeat Nerissa. Subverted in that they never planned on him holding to his word and were in fact relying on him betraying them for their plan to work.
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How Do I Shot Web?
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Cedric gets easier and easier to defeat each time he shows up. Even after betraying Phobos and absorbing "ultimate power" in the end, he winds up not knowing how to properly use it and is defeated yet again.
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Played Straight in Kandrakar in "N is for Narcissist"... though given the theme of the episode, she may not have been trying too hard.
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Alpha Bitch
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Alpha Bitch: Downplayed by the Grumper sisters - they can be rude and mean, and like to spread gossip about other characters, but come off as wannabes because they don't have the popularity to pull it off.
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Mythology Gag
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Mythology Gag: "U is for Undivided" had the "Yuppie Couple" from another Greg Weisman / Disney series, Gargoyles, show up with swapped names - Brenda and Marco - as people living in Cornelia's apartment building... and they still can't escape the weirdness that befell them on Gargoyles. "W is for Witch" has Napoleon talking about how Halloween is important, and we see one kid with a mask that vaguely resembles Hudson from Gargoyles — especially since Napoleon is voiced by Hudson's VO Ed Asner. Obviously it's an adaptation, but the show is full of references to the comics even for those aspects that were Adapted Out or downplayed. Phobos' Whisperers are one example; Irma's question under He Who Fights Monsters is another.
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Incorruptible Pure Pureness
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Incorruptible Pure Pureness: Yan Lin is consistently portrayed as a thoroughly benevolent character, which is highlighted late in season 2, when she resists all of Nerissa's attempts to corrupt her.
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Disappeared Dad
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Disappeared Dad: Both Caleb and Will start the show with these, for different reasons. Caleb's turns up mid-season 1, and Will's in season 2.
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Parental Abandonment
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Parental Abandonment: Subverted. Caleb's father is believed to be dead when the series starts, while his mother's whereabouts are unknown. The former is revealed to be alive late in season 1; whereas the latter becomes season 2's central antagonist.
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Limited Wardrobe
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Limited Wardrobe: Downplayed by the main girls in the first season. They wear the outfits from the international intro very often, but they do have several other sets - and that's not counting those for winter weather, sports, etc. Many secondary characters throughout the entire series, though it's justified for most characters from Meridian.
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He Who Fights Monsters
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He Who Fights Monsters: Subverted in "Q is for Quarry". Will comes this close to becoming like Nerissa when her paranoia over yet another sudden change in her family life on Earth (not to mention the events of the preceding episodes) coincides with Kadma pushing her into absorbing the Heart of Meridian and forcibly becoming Elyon's "regent". Her friends lampshade it throughout the episode and try to pull her back, which only strengthens her resolve to prove all of them wrong until she snaps out of it at the last possible moment.
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Combo Platter Powers
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Combo Platter Powers: In addition to their Elemental Powers, the guardians also get Flight and Super Strength, plus the ability to create Astral Drops. Later they get Psychic Powers and Teleportation as well.
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The Ingenue
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The Ingenue: Hay Lin is a child-like and (mostly) innocent teenage girl, who explictly says she doesn't want a boyfriend... the very episode before she actually gets a crush on a guy. But even then, their eventual relationship is by far the sweetest in the show. True to the trope, both Big Bads take advantage of her disposition (on separate occasions)... only to learn that breaking the cutie isn't as easy as it seems.
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The Bad Guy Wins
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The Bad Guy Wins: Subverted. In the final episode, there is a prolonged sequence in which Nerissa escapes her jewel prison, seizes control of W.I.T.C.H. and uses them to subjugate the entire universe. Witnessing her power, Caleb finally acknowledges her as his mother and says he is proud of her, causing her to smile triumphantly... only for the camera to pan out and reveal that Nerissa is actually still trapped in the jewel, doomed to live in a fantasy for the rest of her days.
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Adaptational Late Appearance
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Adaptational Late Appearance: The entirety of Kandrakar. It's lampshaded too.
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Embarrassing Nickname
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Embarrassing Nickname: 'Pink Perky Poopy Pumpkin' for Will, 'Droopy Pants' for Irma and 'Corny' for Cornelia.
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Amplifier Artifact
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Amplifier Artifact: The Heart of Kandrakar. The guardians can use their Elemental Powers even in human form, but they're very weak, at least in the first season.
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Sorting Algorithm of Evil
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Sorting Algorithm of Evil: Inverted with the Big Bads of the two seasons; when Nerissa first appears, she is much weaker and less influential than Phobos ever was, though that changes over time.
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Kick the Son of a Bitch
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Kick the Son of a Bitch: Phobos does this to Nerissa and Miranda; Nerissa by trapping her in a jewel, and Miranda by turning her into a really small spider and locking her in a cell for almost half a season. It is also hinted that Nerissa was kicked around by Elyon and the previous Guardians after she was absorbed into the jewel by Phobos, as they were not happy to see her. Phobos himself is on the receiving end of this twice. When Nerissa breaks the Knights of Vengeance out of prison, he orders Miranda to release but she refuses because he had insulted her earlier. Then in the penultimate episode of season 2, he is eaten by Cedric, who had become wise to the Guardians' true plan.
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Evolving Credits
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The original international theme is remixed for the second season, along with completely different visuals for the opening.
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Adapted Out
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Obviously it's an adaptation, but the show is full of references to the comics even for those aspects that were Adapted Out or downplayed. Phobos' Whisperers are one example; Irma's question under He Who Fights Monsters is another.
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Heart Is an Awesome Power
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Heart Is an Awesome Power: In the first season, Will's abilities as a guardian were heavily overshadowed by her friends', as her lack of Elemental Powers meant she didn't play much of a role other than transforming her friends and closing the rifts between Meridian and Earth. In the second season, it's explained she had no element of her own because some of the Guardians' power was being used to keep the Veil up. When the Veil is lowered, she gains a new Psychic Power (alongside the other girls) as well as her own element, Quintessence.
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Kick the Dog
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Kick the Dog: Phobos does this very frequently. He tortures Will in the second episode, among many other things.
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La Résistance
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La Résistance: The rebellion in Meridian, led by Caleb.
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Clones Are People, Too
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Clones Are People, Too: Altermeres, as opposed to astral drops, are people with free will. Of the two we meet, Will acknowledges her altermere's free will before she dies, and Yan Lin introduces her altermere to her family as her Long Lost Sibling Mira.
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Skunk Stripe
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Skunk Stripe: In "W is for Witch", Napoleon knocks Cornelia's pink nail polish onto a strand of hair, leaving that strand dyed pink for the remainder of the episode.
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SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism
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Sliding Scale of Idealism vs. Cynicism: For a show in which each season is essentially the story of a Civil War, it comes down incredibly hard on the Idealistic side. And it's not just the Non-Lethal Warfare - though it does often seem to be invoked from the guardians' side, to the point that they Save the Villain mooks multiple times in the first season alone (and benefit from it). In the first season, Meridian has been under the thumb of an oppressive tyrant for over a decade. Yet hope and optimism is in the air, not only among the regular inhabitants but among La Résistance as well - which actually grows stronger leading up to the finale, despite many setbacks. In the Darker and Edgier second season, it's outright lampshaded. When a group of villains goes as far as to attack the heroines on Earth (including their families), and one of them explicitly goes out of his way to make said heroines hate him on purpose, their battle ends with this:
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Hormone-Addled Teenager
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Hormone-Addled Teenager: Downplayed, when Cassidy lists the reasons why she enjoyed going to the beach: Feeling the sand between her toes, inhaling the sea breeze, and (in a noticeably suggestive tone) kissing "a lifeguard or two".
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Zany Scheme
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Zany Scheme: The girls occasionally get themselves out of mundane trouble on Earth (albeit generally caused by their guardian responsibilities in some way) with these.
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Super-Powered Evil Side
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Superpowered Evil Side: Nerissa transforms Matt into Shagon, who acts as a Literal Split Personality and fights the boy for control of his body. Though he is eventually freed from the monster's influence, he is once again transformed in "U is for Undivided", though this time Matt is in full control of himself and helps the guardians fight off Nerissa.
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Save Both Worlds
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Save Both Worlds: Downplayed in season 1, because Meridian was isolated from the other worlds by the Veil specifically to contain Phobos. However, Earth would still be endangered due to portals opening between the two worlds, enabling Phobos' forces to manifest on the heroes' hometown. The second season ramps up the Sliding Scale of Muggle Involvement, leaving the guardians increasingly playing defense even on their own turf. Come the finale and the newly empowered villain outright decides to attack their hometown on Earth, in full view of everyone.
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Curb-Stomp Battle
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In "N is for Narcissist", Cornelia is inadvertently infused with all the other Guardians' powers and becomes a quinto-guardian, allowing her to curb stomp Nerissa's minions. In the end, she makes the decision to give up the newly gained powers and distribute them back to the others.
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Cold-Blooded Torture
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Cold-Blooded Torture: Phobos presumably does this to Will in "It Resumes"; we don't see all of it (just the part where she's trapped in plant vines), but when Will encounters Phobos face-to-face several episodes later she's visibly terrified of him.
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Elemental Powers
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Elemental Powers: Will and Nerissa are the Guardians of Quintessence, which lets them shoot lightning and animate objects. Irma and Cassidy are the Guardians of Water. Taranee and Halinor are the Guardians of Fire. Cornelia and Kadma are the Guardians of Earth and can also manipulate plant life. Hay Lin and Yan Lin are the Guardians of Air.
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Long-Lost Relative
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Long-Lost Relative: Nerissa is Caleb's mother. She knows it. He does not.
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: Cornelia, particularly in the early episodes (when she's also more of a Jerkass). If one of the guardians screws up, chances are Cornelia's the one hit in the face, or drenched in water, or otherwise screwed.
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Scully Syndrome
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Scully Syndrome: Discussed. The final battle causes substantial property damage to Heatherfield, though the citizens attribute the destruction to a snow storm. Will points out that their explanation makes no sense, but people believe in what they want to believe.
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Leaning on the Fourth Wall
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Relationships too. Two of the girls get boyfriends in the first season, two in the second. It's almost taken to Leaning on the Fourth Wall levels when the scenes in which two of these finally happen are uncannily similar - one in each season, both at the ends of their respective episodes, again right down to the exact same music.
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Evil All Along
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Evil All Along: In the final episode of the first season, the viewer finds out the Mage has a hidden agenda, as she ominously declares that, with Phobos imprisoned, her plan can finally begin. However, the heroes don't realize her true nature until "N is for Narcissist", halfway through the second season.
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Shock and Awe
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Will and Nerissa are the Guardians of Quintessence, which lets them shoot lightning and animate objects.
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Aversion
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In an aversion of what happened in the comics, Will didn't have an (onscreen) Meet Cute with Matt; he just sort of showed up for her birthday party. Ditto for Caleb and Cornelia. Hay Lin seeing Eric for the first time would have counted if she hadn't turned invisible out of embarrassment.
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The B Grade
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The B Grade: Taranee fears this, as shown in "The Labyrinth" when an Absent-Minded Professor loses an essay of hers.
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A Child Shall Lead Them
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A Child Shall Lead Them: Elyon is the Queen of Meridian, Caleb is the leader of the rebellion, and Will is the head of W.I.T.C.H.
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All Your Powers Combined
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All Your Powers Combined: This was a major theme for the villains in the second season, with each villain becoming more powerful than the last because they keep capturing each other. In "N is for Narcissist", Cornelia is inadvertently infused with all the other Guardians' powers and becomes a quinto-guardian, allowing her to curb stomp Nerissa's minions. In the end, she makes the decision to give up the newly gained powers and distribute them back to the others.
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Book Dumb
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Book Dumb: Will is a gifted leader and strategist, but academically she flounders hard. It's a frequent source of drama between her and her mother. Irma has similar grades, but flat-out says she just doesn't try and "lives in the now."
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The Dragon
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The Dragon: Cedric in season 1. In the second season it gets a bit more complicated, with first Raythor, then Shagon being The Dragon to Nerissa. When Phobos regains power, Cedric becomes The Dragon again - and when he takes over, Miranda becomes his Dragon for all of one episode.
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Lotus-Eater Machine
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Lotus-Eater Machine: By the end of the series, Nerissa is left trapped inside her own jewel, where she will spend the rest of her days living in a dream.
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Adaptational Attractiveness
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Adaptational Attractiveness: In the comics, Irma is somewhat chubby Depending on the Artist. In the show, she's just as thin as the others.
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Glamour
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Glamour: Used numerous times in the second season, particularly by Nerissa. In one episode she used her new young form to enthrall the mortal men of Earth and turn the girls' crushes against them. A Glamour Zone is a massive illusion field that can alter the perception of anyone who walks into it.
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Adaptational Modesty
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Adaptational Modesty: Hay Lin's Guardian outfit is less revealing in the show.
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Eat the Evidence
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Eat the Evidence: Will mentions this as a possible way she could hide a bad grade from her mother.
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Hulk Speak
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Hulk Speak: Blunk and all Passlings speak that way.
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Exaggerated
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Exaggerated in "N is for Narcissist". When Cornelia is accidentally imbued with all of the Guardians' powers, she transforms into a fully adult version of herself. Caleb even calls her "hot".
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Sheet of Glass
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Sheet of Glass: Used by the rebellion in Meridian to stop a convoy of Phobos' troops and get the food their carts were carrying. The glass doesn't break, but the animals pulling the carts are forced to stop suddenly to avoid it and the guards go flying off and hit the glass, leading to their swift capture by the rebels.
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The Jester
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The Jester: Irma. Even on bad timing, she still jokes around. Almost all of the episodes she jokes. This can annoy the other girls a lot, especially Cornelia.
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Glasses Curiosity
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Glasses Curiosity: In "K is for Knowledge," Uriah Dunn purposely bumps into Taranee, which causes her to drop both her books and her glasses. He steals the specs and later puts them on to mock her.
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Technopathy
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Will develops technopathy, the ability to communicate and control machinery.
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I Want My Beloved to Be Happy
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I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: Will tells her mom that she really does want her mom to be happy, even if it's with her History teacher.
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So Last Season: "J is for Jewel" features the previous season's Big Bad Phobos and several other villains that were imprisoned with him breaking out and trying to stage a coup. But the Guardians have become much more competent since those days, and have several more powers, and easily kick their asses.
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Heel–Face Turn
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Heel–Face Turn: Raythor, Sandpit and Gargoyle join the Guardians and the rebels after Raythor is disillusioned by Phobos's lack of honor. Shagon and Khor join the Guardians' side in "U is for Undivided".
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Parent with New Paramour
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Parent with New Paramour: Will's parents trying to move on after their divorce elicits a strong negative reaction on the young girl. In the first season, Will wrongly convinces herself that her mother's new date is secretly one of Phobos' servants and furiously sics the guardians on him. She nearly commits the same mistake in "Q is for Quarry", when she suspects her father's current partner is a disguised Nerissa, though the episode concludes with her finally accepting that she has to let go of the past in order to give her parents another chance at happiness.
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Slumber Party Ploy
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Slumber Party Ploy: The girls sometimes tell their parents they're having a Slumber Party when they're actually handling their Guardian duties.
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Heart of the Matter
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Heart of the Matter: The most obvious example is the Heart of Kandrakar, the artifact that empowers the titular heroines' elemental abilities. Loss of access to the Heart greatly decreases their magical powers. Also present in the series, and possessing similar powers, are: The Heart of Meridian, Elyon Brown, who rules that world and can directly channel its magic. The ability is stolen and placed inside a jewel, allowing Nerissa to do the same. The Heart of Zamballa, possessed by the ruler of the planet Zamballa and repository of that world's power. Stealing it from Kadma greatly increased Nerissa's power. The Heart of Earth, also known as Lillian Hale. To protect her, the heroes manage to get her to empower a trio of allies, transforming them into the powerful Regents of Earth.
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BadassNormal
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Badass Normal: Caleb - by the end of the second season, he's the only character who can't shoot some form of laser beams. Caleb eventually molds Matt into this with warrior combat training, to the point that our musician can match Caleb in a spar, but then Matt gets powers of his own, leaving Caleb alone once more. Raythor. He has no extra or magical abilities, he's merely a normal Meridian member of Phobos's army. That doesn't stop him from crawling his way out of a bottomless pit, a feat that took six months and left him gaunt from starvation by the time he reached the top.
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Heroic Sacrifice
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Heroic Sacrifice: Realizing Nerissa is about to blast Will while the latter is distracted, Will's altermere jumps in the path of the lightning bolt to intercept it.
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Super-Deformed
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Super-Deformed: In the final episode, the Regents of Earth create a giant glamour zone in Heatherfield, causing all civilians to perceive the battle as a cartoon being transmitted to a jumbotron. Some of the action scenes are presented from the citizens' perspective, with the girls drawn as small fairies with big heads and Wingding Eyes.
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The One Guy
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The One Guy: Caleb is this to the girls in the first season (though Blunk can also count). Towards the end of the series, Caleb is sometimes Out of Focus (as he's on Meridian while much of the action is on Earth in the second season) so Matt tends to become this.
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School Play
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School Play: Based off a story line in the comics where the girls recreate the origin of the Heart of Kandrakar for a school production. It doesn't go as well in the show.
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Missing Mom
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Missing Mom: Caleb is clueless about his mother's identity and whereabouts. This becomes a major Plot Point in season 2, when she is revealed to be Nerissa, the Greater-Scope Villain.
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Rebel Leader: Caleb is the leader of the rebellion in Meridian.
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Fisher King
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Fisher King: Meridian is a dreary wasteland under Phobos and a fairytale-style kingdom under Elyon. Justified because of the magical powers of both rulers, as well as Phobos damaging Meridian during his rule by leaching life energy out of it, which Elyon didn't do.
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Fighting Your Friend
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Fighting Your Friend: Caleb and Aldarn in one episode, due to Elyon's inadvertent Mind Control.
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UngratefulBitch
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Ungrateful Bitch: Kadma in the show was suckered by Nerissa that the Guardians were attacking Zamballa, causing her to imprison the group when they first arrive until only Taranee was left. When the ruse was found out, she doesn't bother to apologize for her mistakes nor thank them for saving Zamballa and reviving some of her coma-induced subjects after she coldly undermined the Guardians' abilities that they could. This more than annoyed Taranee.
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Making a Splash
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Irma and Cassidy are the Guardians of Water.
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Another Dimension
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Another Dimension: Meridian in season 1. In the second season, it's revealed to be just one of an infinite number of such worlds, of which we also see Kandrakar, Zamballa, and (briefly) Aridia. Travel between them only becomes possible once the Veil protecting the other worlds from Phobos is taken down, at which point the Guardians of the Veil are given a new title: the Guardians of the Infinite Dimensions.
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Like Reality Unless Noted
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There's also the fact that Weira's father attempted to destroy the Star by throwing it into an active volcano, and it was found while digging through rock - a change that can take millions of years on Earth. However, Meridian geology isn't necessarily consistent with Earth's, to say nothing of all the magic floating around.
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In Touch with His Feminine Side
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In Touch with His Feminine Side: Matt, Eric, Nigel, and Andrew Hornby.
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And the Adventure Continues
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And the Adventure Continues: Each season ends with the ongoing story fully resolved, followed by a Sequel Hook with the next major antagonist... or would-be antagonist in the case of the series finale. (Though at least the latter character is from the comics, unlike in the first season.)
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World in the Sky
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World in the Sky: Kandrakar. Much more justified than most examples because it's literally its own world... though such things as gravity and atmosphere are sufficiently Earth-like for ordinary humans to not notice any difference.
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Up to Eleven
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As if to add a further twist, the second season example also reinforces the first because the flashback to Nerissa and Julian's relationship shows the Mage looking seemingly identical to how she did when she created the Star, in stark contrast to her appearance during the events of the series, suggesting human-like aging.
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Calling Your Attacks
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Calling Your Attacks: In the first season, the girls call out the name of their element whenever they manifest them during a battle (“Water!”; “Fire!”; “Earth!”; “Air!”). It's rarely done afterwards, but Nerissa does the same thing with Quintessence throughout much of season 2.
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Adaptational Early Appearance
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Adaptational Early Appearance: In the comics, Caleb doesn't appear until the middle of the first arc. In the cartoon, Caleb is the very first character seen in the show (not counting the Title Sequence).
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Adaptational Badass
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Adaptational Badass: Caleb is a lot more badass as Rebel Leader, even verging on The Ace.
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Because You Were Nice to Me
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Because You Were Nice to Me: The reason for Tynar's defection from Phobos' side to the rebellion. When he is poisoned by a Meridian scorpion creature, the Guardians take him to Earth and nurse him back to health. It's made clear that such kindness is not granted to those who serve Phobos, and he is able to convince several of Phobos' guards to side with the Guardians and the rebels.
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Spared by the Adaptation
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Spared by the Adaptation: In the comics, Yan Lin dies of old age shortly after having presented the girls with their powers. However, she turns out to live on in Kandrakaar, as part of the Council. In the series, she lives on in Heatherfield.
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Unpleasant Parent Reveal
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Unpleasant Parent Reveal: It's clear from Caleb's face that the revelation that his Missing Mom is also the season's Big Bad is not welcome news.
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Magical Girl Warrior
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Magical Girl Warrior: WITCH is here to kick ass and take names!
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Adaptational Curves
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Adaptational Curves: The comics artstyle makes the girls look significantly younger than they're supposed to be when in human form, contrasting sharply with their Guardian forms. This is especially true for Will, who has A-Cup Angst and prefers to be in Guardian form as a result, and Hay Lin, who's much skinnier than even her friends. In the show, however, they look like the young teenagers they are in human form, so the effect of the transformation is downplayed. Ironically, all of them are about a year younger in the first episode than at the start of the comics.
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Multiple Demographic Appeal
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Multiple Demographic Appeal: The animated series deliberately moved away from the girl-oriented writing of the comics to appeal to a wider audience. The first season specifically tried to appeal to boys after a network Retool during early production forced the writers to redo the scripts for the season up to that point, and play up male characters like Caleb and Blunk along with focusing more on the action and less on the comedy. The second season took this and ran with it: the combat sequences became significantly more intense and frequent, more male characters got important roles (particularly Matt), etc. The international season 2 opening took it all the way Up to Eleven: compared to the season 1 intro, the already tonally dissonant melody is remixed to sound more rock-like (without going full rock ballad like the U.S. theme), while the visuals are somehow both far "girlier" and far more badass.
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High-Voltage Death
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High-Voltage Death: In a flashback, Nerissa is shown ordering Cassidy to return the Heart of Kandrakar to her. When the latter refuses, Nerissa is consumed by anger and electrocutes her. In the aftermath, it's shown that the lightning bolt the villain conjured was powerful enough to destroy part of the cliff where her victim was standing. In "H is for Hunted", Nerissa tries to take advantage of Will's distraction to electrocute her. However, Will's altermere jumps in the path of the blast and is killed instead.
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CurseCutShort
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Curse Cut Short: After seeing Cedric swallow Phobos, Matt prepares to make a scatological joke, but his line is interrupted by the villain's Evil Laugh.
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Changeling Fantasy
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Changeling Fantasy: Elyon is the lost princess of Meridian raised by adoptive parents on Earth.
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Rapunzel Hair
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Rapunzel Hair: Cornelia, Hay Lin, Nerissa, Kadma, and Halinor all have long hair. Phobos and Cedric provide male variants.
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In the second season, Nerissa first implies and then outright states that she was released from her prison on Earth when a stray portal opened, setting her free on Meridian. Early in the season, portals are explained to have appeared only after the Veil was raised "13 years ago, [when] Prince Phobos came to power". (Indeed, folds are referred to as "the old ways of traversing dimensions".) Later, it is revealed that Caleb is Nerissa's son, as she had been in a relationship with his father Julian under a false identity. Problem is, the second episode of the show had Caleb explicitly state he was already 15, and both Nerissa and Julian are well aware of how long ago said relationship occurred: 17 years before the episode the deception is discovered, while the real Mage's grave reveals she died 18 years ago. To make matters worse, what the mistake is here is not at all obvious as Caleb is clearly older than the 13-year-old Elyon, who was the true heir brought to Earth through a portal as a baby to keep her safe from Phobos' rule. One possibility is that Nerissa lied about how she got free, but there is no indication of that in the show, nor any obvious reason why she would want to lie about that fact.
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Alternative Foreign Theme Song
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Alternative Foreign Theme Song There's the original international theme, which is remixed for season 2 with completely different visuals for the opening. Almost all of the dubs translated this one, though quite a few didn't bother with a season 2 remix. The US theme uses a single action-focused Clip Show opening throughout (despite season 2 having a different premise) but changes up the vocals mid-season 1. The Italian theme is much more upbeat than the others, and combines clips from the show with bits of the first international opening for the visuals.
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Charm Person
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Irma obtains suggestion/persuasion.
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Villain Decay
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Villain Decay: In season 2, in the same episode that he was freed from prison for the first time, Elyon forces Phobos back in, without even an onscreen fight. Inverted in the last few episodes of the season, where Phobos steals the Seal of Nerissa, making him far more formidable than he was in season 1... and then subverted when Cedric easily ambushes him and steals his powers. Cedric gets easier and easier to defeat each time he shows up. Even after betraying Phobos and absorbing "ultimate power" in the end, he winds up not knowing how to properly use it and is defeated yet again.
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Age-Inappropriate Dress
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Age-Inappropriate Dress: The guardian costumes are rather... provocative for young teenage girls. Lampshaded by Cornelia's mother in season two when she sees Hay Lin wearing the costume.
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Cultural Translation
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Cultural Translation: In the Divide and Conquer episode, Taranee mentions that Sondra mocked her for not reading Tolstoy's War and Peace in the original language, only for Taranee later catching her on not knowing a basic Russian word for "hospital". In the Russian dub, where it would be hard to impress anyone with knowledge of Tolstoy's language, Sonbra tries to impress Taranee with Goethe instead.
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Will's decision not to tell Elyon her origins ultimately results in Phobos successfully manipulating her for half the season.
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Left Hanging
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Left Hanging: The final episode introduces two suspicious men who are hinted to be aware of the heroes' secret identities. One of them introduces himself as Raphael Sylla, the girls' new teacher, who states he is "very interested" in getting to know the five of them. Due to the show's cancellation, this plot point ultimately goes nowhere.
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Humble Pie
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Humble Pie: As revealed in the final episode, Kadma's humiliating defeat to Nerissa, as well as her time serving as the villainess' mindless slave, had a profound effect in the former guardian of earth. Acknowledging that her arrogance was the key to her own downfall, she relinquishes the Heart of Zambala to Ironwood, and abdicates the throne to live a humble life on Earth.
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Dishing Out Dirt
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Cornelia and Kadma are the Guardians of Earth and can also manipulate plant life.
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Adaptational Nice Guy
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Adaptational Nice Guy: Nerissa, while still a villain, has some redeeming qualities. Unlike in the comics, she is actually remorseful over murdering Cassidy, and genuinely loves her son, Caleb and her lover/Caleb's father, Julian, but not enough to redeem her.
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Satellite Love Interest
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Matt's character is greatly expanded in season 2 from being Will's Satellite Love Interest in the comics, as he eventually becomes Shagon's alter ego.
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Free-Range Children
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Free-Range Children: Heatherfield is a big city. Portals pop up all over town. The guardians' main job (at first anyways) is to close them. Said guardians are 12 or 13 at the beginning of the show. You do the math. And that's to say nothing of their frequent travel to other worlds altogether. It's somewhat downplayed in that the girls sometimes have to come up with excuses to hide their activities from their parents, and are occasionally grounded (especially Will)... but when grounded they just sneak out anyways. (The first season showrunners actually wanted the girls to have even more freedom, especially during school days, but the network enforced some restrictions.)
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Where the Hell Is Springfield?
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Where the Hell Is Springfield?: Heatherfield's location isn't specified, but unlike in the comics, it's unambiguously set in the US (the comics went back and forth on it being in either the US or Europe). Some of the coastal and topography elements seem to imply it's in Connecticut, possibly as a fictional counterpart to New Haven.
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World of Snark
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World of Snark: Simultaneously exaggerated and downplayed. It may well be impossible to find a significant character in this show who doesn't snark on a regular basis. At the same time, the show lies so far on the Idealistic side of the Sliding Scale of Idealism vs. Cynicism, even in the darker second season, that the usual cynical variants that come with this trope like Snark Knight essentially don't exist here. Among the main girls, Irma and Cornelia lead the pack (obviously including plenty of Snark-to-Snark Combat with each other), Hay Lin is the resident Cuckoo Snarker, and the others are somewhere in between.
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Psychic Powers
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Psychic Powers: Hay Lin has limited precognitive visions via her dreams in season 1. The girls gain some psychic abilities early on in season 2: Will develops technopathy, the ability to communicate and control machinery. Irma obtains suggestion/persuasion. Taranee acquires telepathy. Cornelia gets telekinesis.
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Initialism Title
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Initialism Title: The title refers to the initials of the five main heroines.
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Back from the Dead
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Back from the Dead: Nerissa brings Cassidy back to life in the second season to serve in the revitalized CHYKN. This actually sticks by the end of the season and Cassidy returns home to her elderly mother.
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Civil War
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Civil War: Meridian in both seasons - first with the rebellion vs. Phobos, and then The Remnant vs. Elyon's reign.
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Spell My Name with an
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Spell My Name with an "S": It's always Kandrakar in the Closing Credits, but it's alternatively spelled "Candracar" in subtitles for later season 1 episodes because of the real-life Kandahar. (According to the showrunners, it was actually supposed to be changed to Candrakar.)
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Third-Person Person
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Third-Person Person: To emphasize the species' Hulk Speak, all passlings are shown referring to themselves exclusively by their respective names.
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Two-Timer Date
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Two-Timer Date: In "F is for Facades" Cornelia goes ice skating with both Caleb (as her human form) and Peter (as her Guardian form). Though it wasn't her plan to date both at the same time, but rather Elyon's plan to get Caleb back into Cornelia's graces. Unfortunately, she didn't know about Peter.
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Wham Episode
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Wham Episode: "Y is for Yield". All of the Guardians' "losses" since Phobos's release were planned by them to get Phobos in a position where he had no choice but to lose. Some of Phobos's minions have pulled a Heel–Face Turn. Finally, right when Phobos is about to do what W.I.T.C.H. has been manipulating him to since they released him, Cedric eats him.
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Sliding Scale of Muggle Involvement
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The second season ramps up the Sliding Scale of Muggle Involvement, leaving the guardians increasingly playing defense even on their own turf. Come the finale and the newly empowered villain outright decides to attack their hometown on Earth, in full view of everyone.
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Dangerous Forbidden Technique
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Dangerous Forbidden Technique: In the series finale, the girls are forced to become physical embodiments of their elemental powers in order to stop the final villain, who has amassed several times their power combined. This makes them far stronger, but the tactic carries the risk of permanently losing one's humanity, both physically and mentally. Said technique is also a lampshaded Chekhov's Skill, which borders on Chekhov's Boomerang when it's revealed that Nerissa proposed the technique to the guardians as "an improvised plan", knowing that it would both allow them to win the day and leave them unable to resist her Mind Control afterwards - leaving her free to fulfill her own goals with little resistance.
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Fireball Eyeballs
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Fireball Eyeballs: Played with. When Taranee is angered, she manifests small flames in the lens of her glasses, making it look like her eyes are filled with fire.
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Justified Trope
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Many secondary characters throughout the entire series, though it's justified for most characters from Meridian.
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You Have Outlived Your Usefulness
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You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Nerissa breathed life into Ember and Tridart so she would have assistance while recruiting the former guardians. Once the group is assembled, she unhesitatingly sacrifices the former to rejuvenate Halinor and Kadma, and has the latter be absorbed into Cassidy and Yan Lin despite his pleas.
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Paper Tiger
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Paper Tiger: Nerissa's endgame involves brainwashing the former guardians to do her bidding. Though the girls prove to be quite dangerous at first due to their mastery over the elements, their threat level quickly diminishes once it's discovered that the lack of free will prevents them from strategizing or making simple decisions without Nerissa's guidance. As a result, they are curb-stomped in their debut; lose yet another battle once W.I.T.C.H. and the Earth regents start working together; and are finally freed from Nerissa's spell during their third appearance, making them the least successful group of villains throughout the entire season.
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The Big Damn Kiss
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The Big Damn Kiss: Caleb and Cornelia in "Z is for Zenith" as it was right in the middle of a battle.
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Take a Third Option
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The Italian theme is much more upbeat than the others, and combines clips from the show with bits of the first international opening for the visuals.
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Bare Your Midriff
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Bare Your Midriff: Every one of the main protagonists does this in their Guardian forms. They show less midriff in their civilian forms when they show it at all. Nerissa, but it's really just her stomach & navel. Not much else.
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Teleportation
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Teleportation: In season 2, it's revealed that all Guardians have the ability to teleport within the same world, but it's very risky without years of practice. Of course, Nerissa uses it without much trouble.
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You Are Grounded
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You Are Grounded: Since she has to keep up The Masquerade, Will gets this more than any girl trying to save the world deserves.
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Transformation Sequence
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Transformation Sequence: Usually all the girls together. This trope was played with in one episode: while every girl cheerfully announce their element as they transform like they always do, Hay Lin, while still going through the sequence with everyone else, stands still quietly with her head bowed.
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Big Bad
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The Heart of Meridian, Elyon Brown, who rules that world and can directly channel its magic. The ability is stolen and placed inside a jewel, allowing Nerissa to do the same.
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Parodied Trope
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The girls assault their teacher thinking he was a monster in disguise, undermine and cover up a police investigation into their friend's disappearance, and sneak into a big corporation to destroy an important document related to Will's mom's job, among many other instances, all without any karma backlash from silly issues like morality. It happens so often in fact that it may seem like a parody of And Knowing Is Half the Battle.
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Heel–Face Revolving Door
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Heel–Face Revolving Door: Nerissa works with Yan Lin, Elyon and the rest of the former guardians to help W.I.T.C.H. take down Cedric. However, when victorious, she reverts to her old ways which results in her staying trapped in the pendant while the others escape.
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In the Blood
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In the Blood: Nerissa tries to use this on Caleb, but he refutes it.
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Invisibility
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In season 2, one episode follows the girls as they try to learn how to control their new powers: Taranee realizes she can read minds, Hay Lin can turn invisible, Cornelia is telekinetic, Irma has limited mind control abilities and Will finds out she can bring inanimate objects to life.
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Hurt Foot Hop
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Hurt Foot Hop: In "N is for Narcissist", a barefoot Cornelia gets her toes stepped on, causing her to hop around in pain.
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American Kirby Is Hardcore
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The American theme is performed by a different singer starting from episode 14, giving it an even more hardcore rock sound.
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Foreshadowing
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Foreshadowing: One particularly subtle one regarding Nerissa being Caleb's mother comes in "K is for Knowledge": not once but twice during the battle, she traps him in a lightning cage. A rare moment of Mama Bear coming from a villain as she tries to keep her son out of danger. In the second international opening, the song asks "and who has power over earth?" while showing Cornelia reviving a flower for her sister Lillian. It takes until "U is for Undivided" before we learn that this refers not only to Cornelia's powers, but also to Lillian being the Heart of Earth. (American viewers, however, didn't see that, as a different intro was used State-side for both seasons.)
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Camera Abuse
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Camera Abuse: In the first episode, after the girls first transform, Hay Lin starts flying circles around the other girls (especially Will), presumably due to her being the air element. She ends up flying straight into the camera. Also a case of Breaking the Fourth Wall.
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My God, What Have I Done?
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My God, What Have I Done?: Cornelia in "U is for Undivided", when she realized the bedtime story she was telling Lillian was actually happening outside, where the other Guardians were fighting Nerissa and her group according to how the story was told.
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Parental Obliviousness
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Parental Obliviousness: Invoked by the guardians, who often have to come up with excuses for where they were at a given time. Even so, it's downplayed as several of their parents slowly get more concerned and suspicious.
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Adaptation Dye-Job
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Adaptation Dye-Job: In general, the colors in the show are way lighter than in the comics. Matt and Hay Lin's grandmother both got black hair in the cartoon adaptation of the comics (whereas they usually have brown and grey hair respectively). In the comics, Phobos and Elyon have medium straw blond hair. In the show, they have a platinum shade. Irma's hair is a lighter shade of brown.
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Muggles
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In the first season, Meridian has been under the thumb of an oppressive tyrant for over a decade. Yet hope and optimism is in the air, not only among the regular inhabitants but among La Résistance as well - which actually grows stronger leading up to the finale, despite many setbacks.
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Ascended Extra
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Ascended Extra: Caleb has a much bigger role than in the comics, as he actively assists the guardians in most of their battles and receives plenty of screen time due to his developing relationship with Cornelia. Matt's character is greatly expanded in season 2 from being Will's Satellite Love Interest in the comics, as he eventually becomes Shagon's alter ego.
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Died in Your Arms Tonight
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Died in Your Arms Tonight: Will cradles her altermere in her arms as the latter is dying from the wounds she sustained after being attacked by Nerissa.
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Karma Houdini
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Karma Houdini: The girls assault their teacher thinking he was a monster in disguise, undermine and cover up a police investigation into their friend's disappearance, and sneak into a big corporation to destroy an important document related to Will's mom's job, among many other instances, all without any karma backlash from silly issues like morality. It happens so often in fact that it may seem like a parody of And Knowing Is Half the Battle. Nerissa ends up much happier than she deserves, being trapped inside the Seal of Nerissa in a delusion that she's fulfilling her dream of conquering the universe.
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Your Approval Fills Me with Shame
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Your Approval Fills Me with Shame: Phobos congratulates Will for cheating with her powers to win a swim race in "V is for Victory". She responds by regretfully tilting her head down.
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Meet Cute
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Meet Cute: Will and Caleb meet when she literally falls into his arms, and immediately start bickering. This misled a lot of viewers who weren't familiar with the comics, and thought they would be the Official Couple. In an aversion of what happened in the comics, Will didn't have an (onscreen) Meet Cute with Matt; he just sort of showed up for her birthday party. Ditto for Caleb and Cornelia. Hay Lin seeing Eric for the first time would have counted if she hadn't turned invisible out of embarrassment.
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Adaptational Jerkass
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Adaptational Jerkass: Cornelia is presented as generally ruder and more aggressive than she is in the comics, especially in the first few episodes. In the comics she is a Bully Hunter, but in the cartoon prior to her Character Development she was verging on The Bully herself.
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Flying Firepower
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Flying Firepower: In the second season, Will acquires her elemental power of Quintessence, which manifests in devastating lightning bolts. Nerissa in her Guardian form has the same abilities and more experience (and usually power, especially when she doesn't divide her energy source with others like the Aurameres do).
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Action-Hogging Opening
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The US "rock ballad" theme song is quite different from the original melodic rock intro, with an Action-Hogging Opening to match.
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Really Royalty Reveal
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Really Royalty Reveal: As in the comics, Elyon is revealed to be a princess. Unlike in the comics however, this is done much later into the series, with almost half of the first season largely dealing with both sides trying to find her.
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Boy Meets Girl
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Fatal Flaw
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Fatal Flaw: Nerissa can gain control of the former guardians by exploiting "the chink in the armor of their souls", leading her to tempt them with what they desire the most until they succumb to her influence. Cassidy's is mercifulness. She unflinchingly refuses to be brought back to life when Nerissa tempts her with mundane things, but is shaken after meeting her grief-stricken mother. Desperately wishing to reunite with her mom, Cassidy willingly submits herself to the villainess' control. Halinor's is cowardice, as she attempts to steal W.I.T.C.H.'s powers for herself in a desperate attempt to protect Kandrakar from the Knights of Destruction. This single treasonous act is enough for Nerissa to corrupt her soul. Kadma's is Pride. Nerissa purposefully loses a series of battles to boost Kadma's ego, after which the latter becomes convinced that she is destined to absorb the villainess' Heart of Meridian into the Heart of Zambala. However, since hearts cannot be forcefully taken, this action results in Nerissa claiming both jewels, while also enslaving her former friend in the process. Yan Lin is a subversion. She is offered her youth, which would enable her to use her guardian powers without draining her own life force; and the opportunity to protect Hay Lin, which she also turns down because she believes in her granddaughter's potential. Nerissa ultimately concludes that Yan Lin is incorruptible, and decides to create an altermere to replace her, knowing that the clone wouldn't have the same strength of character when she threatened to erase her from existence. Nerissa's is primarily Pride with serious hints of Greed: her entire Start of Darkness was because she couldn't stand Cassidy being given the Heart of Kandrakar instead and her ultimate downfall is because she can't resist going after the Heart of Earth via Napoleon during the Halloween Episode and her later attempt to screw over the rest of CHYKN and Elyon during the series finale backfires and traps her forever in a dream world.
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Idiosyncratic Episode Naming
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Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: The titles of the second season episodes are in the form of a perfect alphabet primer - 26 letters for 26 episodes, all in order.
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All for Nothing
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All for Nothing: Everything the Guardians allowed to happen since freeing Phobos to stop Nerissa: letting him take the Hearts of Meridian and Zambala, allowing him to reconquer Meridian, not interfering with his plan to invade Kandrakar, and throwing the battle when he attacked Kandrakar, all as part of a plan to make Phobos break his vow on Kandrakar's power and lose everything was rendered this when Cedric devours Phobos and gains his powers and conquests just before the vow was broken.
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Dreaming of Things to Come
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Hay Lin has limited precognitive visions via her dreams in season 1.
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Convection Schmonvection
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Convection Schmonvection: Halinor's preferred tactic is to encapsulate her opponents within fire spheres, which drain the oxygen around them and cause the victim to suffocate. Regardless of the proximity to the flames, the targets are never shown suffering any burns.
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Loophole Abuse
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Loophole Abuse: In season 2 it's shown that swearing on a magical talisman like the Heart of Kandrakar can bind a person to that promise with bad results if they actually enter the realm of Kandrakar. Will uses this to entrap Phobos to try and invade Kandrakar after he swore on the Heart to return his sister's power - it's implied it would have worked had Cedric not intervened by pulling his own Loophole Abuse and taking a "fraction" of Phobos's new power.
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ReTool
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The first season specifically tried to appeal to boys after a network Retool during early production forced the writers to redo the scripts for the season up to that point, and play up male characters like Caleb and Blunk along with focusing more on the action and less on the comedy.
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Rearrange the Song
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Rearrange the Song: The original international theme is remixed for the second season, along with completely different visuals for the opening. The American theme is performed by a different singer starting from episode 14, giving it an even more hardcore rock sound.
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Squick
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Squick: In-Universe. Hay Lin and Irma are visibly disgusted when they find out the snake man Cedric and the Giant Spider Miranda have started a relationship.
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Internal Homage
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Internal Homage: The two seasons of the show are reflections of each other in so many ways that they naturally end up full of these. The fact that they're both exactly 26 half-hour episodes long makes references even easier. In the first season, La Résistance opposes the powerful tyrant in Meridian, while in the second The Remnant tries to depose the new, benevolent ruler. And then there's the difference between the two major villains. Also happens with individual episodes, where the plot of a second season episode is quite similar to one from the first on the surface, but significantly Darker and Edgier. Examples include "A Service to The Community" and "Q is for Quarry" (Will jumping to conclusions about a Glamour), "Divide and Conquer" and "T is for Trauma" (a new girl comes to the heroines' school and charms the boys away from them), and rather obviously given the role of the Horn of Hypnos in both, "Walk This Way" and "G is for Garbage". In the first case, it's openly lampshaded, while in the second the same Background Music plays during the scenes in question. Relationships too. Two of the girls get boyfriends in the first season, two in the second. It's almost taken to Leaning on the Fourth Wall levels when the scenes in which two of these finally happen are uncannily similar - one in each season, both at the ends of their respective episodes, again right down to the exact same music.
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The Ace
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The Ace: Caleb, though only when it comes to non-powered opponents.
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Five-Token Band
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Five-Token Band: Irma is Hispanic, Hay Lin is Chinese, and Taranee is of mixed black and Asian race. Will is Ambiguously Brown due to her Mixed Ancestry, and Cornelia is the Token White.
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Dénouement
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Dénouement: The show ends with a lengthy monologue by Will summarizing what happened after the Final Battle.
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Psychoactive Powers
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Psychoactive Powers: All the girls have issues with their power upgrade in season 2, as their new abilities are triggered by their emotions, but Cornelia has the worst of it due to her break-up with Caleb, which causes her to lose control over her powers at a critical moment.
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The Alcatraz: Cavigor prison is an island surrounded by a Bottomless Pit instead of water.
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Valley Girl
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Valley Girl: Subverted by Cornelia, who talks exactly like one, has an obsession with shopping, and enjoys flaunting her beauty and wealth. But she's also cynical, sarcastic, perceptive, and overall Down to Earth, not to mention more emotionally sensitive than the other guardians; to the point that she's clearly The Lancer and often ends up butting heads with Will as a result. The second season takes it a bit further by revealing her "favorite non-fighting-evil activity": ice skating, of all things.
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Aerith and Bob
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Aerith and Bob: In Meridian, we have names like Caleb and Cedric alongside Phobos and Elyon. And on Earth, we have names such as Matt, Nigel, Martin, and... Alchemy?
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Sadistic Choice: Nerissa forces Yan Lin's altermere to choose between being erased from existence or remaining alive as a brainwashed slave. Having grown attached to Hay Lin and her own life on Earth, the clone sorrowfully opts for the second alternative.
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I Shall Taunt You
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I Shall Taunt You: Shagon's main strategy is to tease and taunt his opponents so he can feed on their hatred to make himself stronger.
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Subverted
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Subverted when the Guardians fight indoors at a swimming pool and Cornelia has no earth or plants to use. She makes do with algae from the pool.
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No Social Skills: Caleb's status as the leader of the rebels leaves him completely clueless on how to behave around other teens on Earth.
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Older Alter Ego
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Older Alter Ego: The girls age up noticeably when they transform into their guardian forms. At one point a transformed Cornelia is thought to be her own (non-existent) older sister. When Cornelia's mother sees Hay Lin in her transformed state (using it as her "Halloween costume"), she comments how she didn't know Halloween costumes nowadays came with that kind of padding. Exaggerated in "N is for Narcissist". When Cornelia is accidentally imbued with all of the Guardians' powers, she transforms into a fully adult version of herself. Caleb even calls her "hot".
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Bad is Good and Good is Bad
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Bad is Good and Good is Bad: In "Framed", Prince Phobos says he detests art that's beautiful or life-affirming, as it tends to breed hope in rebellious spirits.
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Happily Married
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Happily Married: All of the parents of W.I.T.C.H. have healthy and loving relationships, except Will's parents, who are divorced.
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Non-Human Sidekick
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Non-Human Sidekick: Blunk, to the guardians and especially Caleb.
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Weaksauce Weakness
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Weaksauce Weakness: The Knights of Destruction feed on negative emotions to grow stronger, but exposure to positive ones greatly weaken them. Ember panics when she notices Irma's growth into a more selfless person; Shagon is brought to his knees when Will offers him compassion; Tridart is knocked unconscious when Cornelia forces him to absorb her confidence; and Khor is weakened when Taranee learns to control her angry impulses.
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Evil Gloating
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In the first season episode "The Stone of Threbe", a flashback shows an "heir to the throne", Weira, as the little red-headed girl for whom the semi-titular Star of Threbe was created by a younger-looking Mage. Said heir is heavily implied though not explicitly stated to be the mother of Phobos and Elyon, as she very accurately matches said character, down to the name given in season 2 and different hair color in the comics. All well and good... except that while gloating about finding the Star, Phobos says the line "a thousand years of searching". Either both Weira and the Mage lived to be thousands of years old, or there happened to be essentially identical characters a thousand years prior... or Phobos simply misspoke.
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Fun with Acronyms
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Fun with Acronyms: W.I.T.C.H. in first season, then C.H.Y.K.N. in the second. Hay Lin, author of both, had only one thing to say: "They were C.H.Y.K.N.? Wow, I'm so glad we're W.I.T.C.H."
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New Powers as the Plot Demands
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New Powers as the Plot Demands: Nerissa starts displaying never before seen powers in the episodes that follow her acquisition of the Heart of Meridian, such as enslaving those who are consumed by their innermost desires, binding spirits to the mortal realm and rejuvenating herself.
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Evil Minions
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Evil Minions: Most who serve out of fear. Once Elyon takes the throne they switch over pretty fast.
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True Companions
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True Companions: The friendship between the girls is so strong that it can survive something as painful as one of them losing her best childhood friend to The Dark Side because of a misjudgement by another... to say nothing of everything the villains throw at them to turn them against each other.
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Irony
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Irony: In "L is for Loser", four of the heroes battle the Knights of Destruction in Heatherfield, producing large explosions and wide-scale destruction. Meanwhile, Irma wanders in the city streets, completely oblivious to her friends' struggle. The irony comes from Irma failing to notice the brawl right above her head because she is too lost in thought wondering why others tend to accuse her of being too self-absorbed. Nerissa runs from her failed battle in "T is for Trauma" by invoking Exact Words: she made Will swear on the Heart of Kandrakar to not run from the battle, but states she did not make the same promise. Later in season two Will makes use of this by making Phobos swear on the Heart to not keep the power of Nerissa's Seal, knowing full well that he'd break the promise and suffer some sort of retribution if he then set foot in Kandrakar; Nerissa accidentally taught Will the key to her own defeat and Phobos's.
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Pride
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Kadma's is Pride. Nerissa purposefully loses a series of battles to boost Kadma's ego, after which the latter becomes convinced that she is destined to absorb the villainess' Heart of Meridian into the Heart of Zambala. However, since hearts cannot be forcefully taken, this action results in Nerissa claiming both jewels, while also enslaving her former friend in the process.
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Aesop Amnesia
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Aesop Amnesia: In "The Stone of Threbe", the girls learn a lesson about taking their powers for granted. Come the later episode, "Caleb's Challenge", and they're all too happy to use their powers to bake cookies... and make some extras for the rebels.
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And Your Little Dog, Too!
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And Your Little Dog, Too!: In "M is for Mercy", Shagon physically assaults Herbert Olsen, nearly causes Anna Lair's car to crash, produces a small explosion in front of Taranee's brother, stalks Lillian Hale, and threatens Yan Lin in a dark alley. Cornelia realizes that the villain is specifically going after their loved ones in order to spite them, as the heroines' hatred fuels his powers.
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Telepathy
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Taranee acquires telepathy.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: A few to Star Trek - Irma says "Star Trek convention" at one point in episode 19, and two characters are named Trill (Jadzia/Exri Dax's species) and Khor (the TOS era Klingon Kor appeared several times on DS9) respectively. It should be noted Rosalind Chao - who played Keiko O'Brien in TNG and DS9 - voiced Hay Lin's mother Joan here. Coincidence? In two episodes of season 2, Usagi makes a brief background cameo. In the second season's international opening, Torchic, Mudkip and Treecko appear in the wallpaper in Will's bedroom, while Kermit cameos as a stuffed toy.
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Hydrant Geyser
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Hydrant Geyser: Hay Lin gets hit by one of these in mid-flight during a battle in episode 9.
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Luke, I Am Your Father
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Luke, I Am Your Father: Nerissa is Caleb's mother.
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Small, Annoying Creature
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Small, Annoying Creature: Blunk can be considered a Reconstruction. He's very much a Plucky Comic Relief, but also a full-fledged character in his own right: a passling with the species-specific ability to smell portals, both of which make him an invaluable member of the team - especially after his Character Development from odd (and shady) businessman to loyal companion by the end of the first season.
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Two Lines, No Waiting
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Two Lines, No Waiting: Every single episode consists of a largely episodic, often Schoolgirl Series B plot (that still generally provides Character Development and other important storyline progression) woven through the strictly continuous A plot of the guardians and their allies fighting the villains. C and further plots are often mixed in.
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Deus Exit Machina
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Deus Exit Machina: Elyon is imprisoned for much of season 2, keeping her out of fights she should've been easily able to win for the Guardians otherwise. Justified since it was all part of The Plan.
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Heroic Resolve
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Heroic Resolve: Hay Lin breaks out of a Heroic BSoD in "T is for Trauma" by concluding that she does not have the luxury to feel sorry for herself when her friends are in danger. Her determination ultimately turns the tide of the battle and enables the heroes to have a decisive victory over Nerissa.
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Cerebus Syndrome
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Cerebus Syndrome: Played With. The second season is unquestionably Darker and Edgier, but the show's lighthearted and sometimes zany humor and Schoolgirl Series side plots aren't played down at all (in fact, this was actually enforced by the network, after the original scripts for the season played the trope more straight).
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MostCommonSuperpower
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Most Common Superpower: Apparently magic powers = breast implants... and none of the girls complain, for obvious reasons.
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New Super Power
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New Super Power: In season 2, one episode follows the girls as they try to learn how to control their new powers: Taranee realizes she can read minds, Hay Lin can turn invisible, Cornelia is telekinetic, Irma has limited mind control abilities and Will finds out she can bring inanimate objects to life. In episode 20, the Heart of Kandrakar (and by extension Will) gains the ability to open portals, not just close them.
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Asleep in Class
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Asleep in Class: Happens to Will in one episode. It's an unusually dangerous instance of the trope as it makes her an easy target for the resident Dream Weaver.
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Idea Bulb
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Idea Bulb: Played with. Will has an epiphany in "V is for Victory", at which point her powers spontaneously manifest and cause nearby lightbulbs to flicker and flash. Her friends quickly conclude that it's a sign that she has just come up with a "bright" idea for the problem at hand.
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Adaptational Wimp
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Adaptational Wimp: Cedric and Elyon suffered this in the cartoon series. In the comics, Cedric was a more formidable fighter and gained several different new forms, whereas in the show he's always under The Worf Effect, while Elyon in the comics had her own agency as a villain and was nigh-invincible once she became the Light of Meridian, while in the show she's a total dupe of her brother and gets imprisoned by Nerissa even as the Light of Meridian.
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Hypocrite
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Hypocrite: Will calls her mother out on lying about having a boyfriend when she earlier lectured her daughter about doing the same. Taranee also bawls her mother out for jumping to conclusions about her and Nigel being involved in a serious crime just because Nigel is a bit of a prankster.
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The Chessmaster
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Used numerous times in the second season, particularly by Nerissa. In one episode she used her new young form to enthrall the mortal men of Earth and turn the girls' crushes against them.
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Just a Kid: Lampshaded in the first season finale, with a generous helping of irony.
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Delinquent Hair: Taranee briefly dyes all her hair pink and styles it punkish when she goes into a short "bad girl" phase after her mother forbids her from seeing Nigel.
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Race Lift: With the minor characters Bess and Courtney Grumper. While their race is never technically stated in the comics, they have golden-brown skin and bluish-black hair with dark eyes, similar to Theresa Cook, which suggests an Asian heritage. In the cartoon, however, they are white with red hair and green eyes.
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Writers Cannot Do Math
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Writers Cannot Do Math: While the show's lore is remarkably consistent in most respects, as befits its strict continuity, both seasons feature apparent contradictions of this type concerning timespans and character ages. In the first season episode "The Stone of Threbe", a flashback shows an "heir to the throne", Weira, as the little red-headed girl for whom the semi-titular Star of Threbe was created by a younger-looking Mage. Said heir is heavily implied though not explicitly stated to be the mother of Phobos and Elyon, as she very accurately matches said character, down to the name given in season 2 and different hair color in the comics. All well and good... except that while gloating about finding the Star, Phobos says the line "a thousand years of searching". Either both Weira and the Mage lived to be thousands of years old, or there happened to be essentially identical characters a thousand years prior... or Phobos simply misspoke. There's also the fact that Weira's father attempted to destroy the Star by throwing it into an active volcano, and it was found while digging through rock - a change that can take millions of years on Earth. However, Meridian geology isn't necessarily consistent with Earth's, to say nothing of all the magic floating around. In the second season, Nerissa first implies and then outright states that she was released from her prison on Earth when a stray portal opened, setting her free on Meridian. Early in the season, portals are explained to have appeared only after the Veil was raised "13 years ago, [when] Prince Phobos came to power". (Indeed, folds are referred to as "the old ways of traversing dimensions".) Later, it is revealed that Caleb is Nerissa's son, as she had been in a relationship with his father Julian under a false identity. Problem is, the second episode of the show had Caleb explicitly state he was already 15, and both Nerissa and Julian are well aware of how long ago said relationship occurred: 17 years before the episode the deception is discovered, while the real Mage's grave reveals she died 18 years ago. To make matters worse, what the mistake is here is not at all obvious as Caleb is clearly older than the 13-year-old Elyon, who was the true heir brought to Earth through a portal as a baby to keep her safe from Phobos' rule. One possibility is that Nerissa lied about how she got free, but there is no indication of that in the show, nor any obvious reason why she would want to lie about that fact. As if to add a further twist, the second season example also reinforces the first because the flashback to Nerissa and Julian's relationship shows the Mage looking seemingly identical to how she did when she created the Star, in stark contrast to her appearance during the events of the series, suggesting human-like aging.
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Hijacked by Ganon
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Hijacked by Ganon: Following 'W is for Witch', Phobos regains his position as the series' Big Bad until Cedric pulls a Starscream on him in the penultimate episode.
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Action Girl
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Action Girl: Well, it's a show with heroines and an acronym for a title. To make this scream action girl any louder, you'd have to add the word "squad!"
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Elaborate Underground Base
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Elaborate Underground Base: The Infinite City for the rebellion, though it wasn't created by them.
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Animesque
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Animesque: The Sailor Moon inspirations are pretty obvious with the Magical Girl motifs. The art style was confirmed by a director to have been inspired by anime such as Neon Genesis Evangelion.
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Arc Welding
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Arc Welding: The second season explicitly does this via Nerissa, particularly when she reveals that she was posing as multiple characters in season 1 to help La Résistance, and had a child under one of these false identities specifically in order to give the rebels a Rebel Leader who could bring them to victory.
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Transformation Trinket
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Transformation Trinket: The Heart of Kandrakar is necessary to transform the heroes into their guardian forms.
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Ship Tease
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Ship Tease: Ember is on the receiving end with Tridart in "S is for Self" when she taunts Taranee.
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Just Desserts
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Just Desserts: When Cedric eats Phobos.
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For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself
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When Cornelia's mother sees Hay Lin in her transformed state (using it as her "Halloween costume"), she comments how she didn't know Halloween costumes nowadays came with that kind of padding.
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Male Gaze: The transformed girls get this on occasion, sometimes from the perspective of their Love Interests.
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Start of Darkness
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Nerissa's is primarily Pride with serious hints of Greed: her entire Start of Darkness was because she couldn't stand Cassidy being given the Heart of Kandrakar instead and her ultimate downfall is because she can't resist going after the Heart of Earth via Napoleon during the Halloween Episode and her later attempt to screw over the rest of CHYKN and Elyon during the series finale backfires and traps her forever in a dream world.
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Mama Bear
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One particularly subtle one regarding Nerissa being Caleb's mother comes in "K is for Knowledge": not once but twice during the battle, she traps him in a lightning cage. A rare moment of Mama Bear coming from a villain as she tries to keep her son out of danger.
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Art Evolution
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Art Evolution: Season 2 was animated at Dong Woo Animation in Korea, replacing the Wang Film Productions/Hong Ying duo of the first. It's downplayed in that the resulting visual differences are quite subtle, though definitely noticeable. (The second season showrunner emphasized the seamless continuity of model sheets - and character voices - in an interview.)
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Composite Character
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Composite Character: In the original comics, Shagon and Khor are simply a random man and his dog, transformed by Nerissa. In the cartoon, they are the transformed forms of Will's boyfriend Matt and pet Mr. Huggles.
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Open and Shut
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Open and Shut: Will starts out with closing the portals between the worlds as her main responsibility as wielder of the Heart of Kandrakar, in addition to transforming the guardians. The Heart later gains the ability to open portals as well, not just close them.
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Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World
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Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World: The heroines are unusually well-adjusted socially compared to most instances of this trope (and even compared to the comics), despite their Limited Social Circle. The only significant exception is the occasional Cannot Spit It Out, but even these tend to be resolved relatively quickly. So instead of anxiety over mundane adolescent milestones, their stress is mostly over fulfilling their Guardian duties and upholding the Masquerade (including keeping their concerned parents Locked Out of the Loop).
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Too Spicy for Yog-Sothoth
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Too Spicy for Yog-Sothoth: In episode 11, a giant plant monster tries to eat Blunk. After a few seconds of attempting to eat the filthy Passling, it spits him back out.
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Braces of Orthodontic Overkill
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Braces of Orthodontic Overkill: Double Subverted with Hay Lin; her braces are normal and she's actually proud of them... until the Big Bad convinces her that her boyfriend hates them among other things. She snaps out of it by the end of the episode.
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Exact Words
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Nerissa runs from her failed battle in "T is for Trauma" by invoking Exact Words: she made Will swear on the Heart of Kandrakar to not run from the battle, but states she did not make the same promise. Later in season two Will makes use of this by making Phobos swear on the Heart to not keep the power of Nerissa's Seal, knowing full well that he'd break the promise and suffer some sort of retribution if he then set foot in Kandrakar; Nerissa accidentally taught Will the key to her own defeat and Phobos's.
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Slumber Party
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Slumber Party: Will used one in season 1 as an excuse to brainstorm for their school's upcoming renaissance festival. In the second season, the girls hold one specifically to fight the evil invading their dreams.
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Defied Trope
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Downplayed in season 1, because Meridian was isolated from the other worlds by the Veil specifically to contain Phobos. However, Earth would still be endangered due to portals opening between the two worlds, enabling Phobos' forces to manifest on the heroes' hometown.
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Blow You Away
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Hay Lin and Yan Lin are the Guardians of Air.
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The Starscream
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The Starscream: Cedric and Miranda in the season 2 finale. After being left to rot in prison by Phobos, the two plotted against him in secret, while forming a relationship. Their plan was successful as Cedric succeeded in capturing all of the power Phobos had collected as well as taking control of Kandrakar and Meridian in one fell swoop. Fortunately, they weren't any luckier than the previous villains they succeeded.
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Mundane Utility
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Mundane Utility: The girls once guardian-up in order to bake a few pastries for a school function.
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Last Episode, New Character
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Last Episode, New Character: Two of them, though they're just a Continuity Cameo from the comics intended as setup for the never-made third season, and have nothing to do with the plot beyond And the Adventure Continues.
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Second Person Attack
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Second Person Attack: Will decks Raythor in the third episode.
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Mind over Matter
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Cornelia gets telekinesis.
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Breast Expansion
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Breast Expansion: Downplayed. Transforming into a Guardian gives a temporary instant puberty growth. Do the math.
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Snow Means Love
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Snow Means Love: Will and Matt had their first kiss under a tree in a light snowfall.
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The Remnant
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The Remnant: The Knights of Vengeance, a Ragtag Bunch of Misfits made up of the most prominent followers of Phobos (mostly those who didn't get captured at the end of the first season).
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Buffy Speak
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Buffy Speak: Downplayed. It's used very sparingly, and pretty much exclusively when there probably isn't an actual term for whatever is being said.
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Bad / int_9989595b
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Brought Down to Normal / int_9989595b
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Buxom Is Better / int_9989595b
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By the Power of Grayskull! / int_9989595b
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Calling Your Attacks / int_9989595b
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Cannibalism Superpower / int_9989595b
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Casanova Wannabe / int_9989595b
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Cast From Hit Points / int_9989595b
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Cat Folk / int_9989595b
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Cats Are Magic / int_9989595b
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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Civil War / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Clingy MacGuffin / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Clipped-Wing Angel / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Clones Are People, Too / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Co-Dragons / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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Continuity Cameo / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Cool Old Lady / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Corrupt Church / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Crazy Enough to Work / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Cultural Translation / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Defiant to the End / int_9989595b
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Discard and Draw / int_9989595b
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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Dream Weaver / int_9989595b
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Element #5 / int_9989595b
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Everyone Meets Everyone / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Everything Sounds Sexier in French / int_9998615b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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Evil Is Sexy / int_9989595b
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Familiar / int_9989595b
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Fantasy World Map / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Fauxreigner / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Favouritism Flip Flop / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Fetal Position Rebirth / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Final Battle / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Fisher King / int_9989595b
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Flat-Earth Atheist / int_9989595b
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Flight, Strength, Heart / int_9989595b
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Flowers of Nature / int_9989595b
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Flying Firepower / int_9989595b
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For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Foreign Exchange Student / int_9998615b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Gag Boobs / int_9989595b
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Genetic Memory / int_9989595b
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Genki Girl / int_9989595b
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Girlish Pigtails / int_9989595b
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Godzilla Threshold / int_9989595b
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Gonna Need More X / int_9989595b
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Good Hurts Evil / int_9989595b
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Green Thumb / int_9989595b
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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Hair Flip / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Harmless Freezing / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Heart of the Matter / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Heir Club for Men / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Henshin Hero / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Heroic Resolve / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Hey, You! / int_9989595b
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Hidden Agenda Villain / int_9989595b
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Hijacked by Ganon / int_9989595b
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How Do I Shot Web? / int_9989595b
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Humanoid Abomination / int_9989595b
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Hurt Foot Hop / int_9989595b
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I Was Quite a Looker / int_9989595b
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Idiosyncratic Wipes / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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In the Blood / int_9989595b
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Incestuous Casting / int_9989595b
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Interdimensional Travel Device / int_9989595b
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Interspecies Adoption / int_9989595b
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Inverse Law of Sharpness and Accuracy / int_9989595b
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Invisible to Normals / int_9989595b
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W.I.T.C.H.
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Jedi Mind Trick / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Keeping Secrets Sucks / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Kid Hero / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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La Résistance / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Last Episode, New Character / int_9989595b
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seeAlso
W.I.T.C.H.
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Legacy Team / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Legion of Doom / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Lightning Can Do Anything / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Lineage Comes from the Father / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Locked Out of the Loop / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Lotus-Eater Machine / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Loyal Phlebotinum / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Luke, I Am Your Father / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Lust / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Mage in Manhattan / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Magic Map / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Magic Skirt / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Magical Girl / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Magical Girl Genre Index / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Magical Girl Warrior / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Make-Out Point / int_9998615b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Make Some Noise / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Making a Splash / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Mass Hypnosis / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Mega Neko / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Merger of Souls / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Mid-Season Upgrade / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Mind-Control Device / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Mind over Matter / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Mixed Ancestry / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Monster Is a Mommy / int_9998615b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Mook Carryover / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Mook–Face Turn / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Mordor / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Muggle Foster Parents / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Multiple Demographic Appeal / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Mum Looks Like a Sister / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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Needle in a Stack of Needles / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Never Mess with Granny / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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New Powers as the Plot Demands / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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New Transfer Student / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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No Loves Intersect / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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No Yay / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Non-Human Sidekick / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Non-Lethal Warfare / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Not Quite the Right Thing / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Nothing Personal / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Odd Friendship / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Older Alter Ego / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Only Friend / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Open and Shut / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Orcus on His Throne / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Out of the Ghetto / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Painful Transformation / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Personality Powers / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Phantom Zone Picture / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Pink Girl, Blue Boy / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Pink Heroine / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Pinky Swear / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Playing with Syringes / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Power Echoes / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Power Floats / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Power Gives You Wings / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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Power Makes Your Hair Grow / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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 W.I.T.C.H.
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 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Predators Are Mean / int_9998615b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Prolonged Prologue / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Psychic Powers / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Psycho Electro / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Purple Is the New Black / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Quirky Curls / int_9998615b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Rapunzel Hair / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Reading the Stage Directions Out Loud / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Reality Warping Is Not a Toy / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Reassigned to Antarctica / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Red Herring / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Retired Badass / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Reunion Kiss / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Rich Bitch / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Rightful King Returns / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Room 101 / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Royals Who Actually Do Something / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Sailor Earth / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Scaled Up / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
School Newspaper News Hound / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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School Play / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Second Person Attack / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
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Sentient Sands / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Serenade Your Lover / int_9998615b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Sexier Alter Ego / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Shared Dream / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Sheep in Sheep's Clothing / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Sinister Suffocation / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Skeleton Government / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Slap-Slap-Kiss / int_9989595b
 Sliding Scale Of Western Animation Obscurity
seeAlso
W.I.T.C.H.
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Slumber Party / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Smooch of Victory / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Snake People / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Snow Means Love / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
So Last Season / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
So What Do We Do Now? / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Somewhere, a Mammalogist Is Crying / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Sorcerous Overlord / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Sorting Algorithm of Evil / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Sssssnaketalk / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Start of Darkness / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Stationary Wings / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Super Breath / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Super Empowering / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Superhero / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Surprise Party / int_9998615b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Teens Are Short / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Teleportation / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
10-Minute Retirement / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Alcatraz / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Cat Came Back / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Corrupter / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Coup / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Fashionista / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Glasses Gotta Go / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Glomp / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Masquerade Will Kill Your Dating Life / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Mole / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The One Guy / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Power of Hate / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Psycho Rangers / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Shadow Knows / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Starscream / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
The Teaser / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Thinking Up Portals / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
This Cannot Be! / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
This Loser Is You / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Title Theme Tune / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Tomboyish Name / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Too Good to Last / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Transformation Name Announcement / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Transformation Trinket / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Trapped in the Past / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Turned Against Their Masters / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Two Scenes, One Dialogue / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Two-Teacher School / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Two-Timer Date / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Uncanny Valley Girl / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Undeath Always Ends / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Urban Fantasy / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Useless Boyfriend / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Utopia Justifies the Means / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Vain Sorceress / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Viler New Villain / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Violently Protective Girlfriend / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Visionary Villain / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Visit by Divorced Dad / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Voice of the Legion / int_9989595b
 WITCH
seeAlso
W.I.T.C.H.
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Weirdness Censor / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Western Animation of the 2000s / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Winged Humanoid / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Wings Do Nothing / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Working with the Ex / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Writer Conflicts With Canon / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Xanatos Speed Chess / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
You Are Grounded / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
Your Head A-Splode / int_9989595b
 W.I.T.C.H.
hasFeature
You're Not My Father / int_9989595b
 Witch
sameAs
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