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* AdaptationalAngstUpgrade: "The Coat of Many Colors" implies that the princess has PTSD from [[ParentalIncest her insane father's attempts to force her to marry him]].


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* TheCaligula: In "The Coat of Many Colors," the princess's father loses his mind and tries to force his daughter to marry him.
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** The mad king in "The Coat of Many Colors," the show's version of "Allerleirauh," is heavily implied to die in a fire he set by accident.
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Can be seen as a SpiritualSuccesor to ''Anime/AndersenMonogatari''

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Can be seen as a SpiritualSuccesor SpiritualSuccessor to ''Anime/AndersenMonogatari''
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* NamedByTheAdaptation: Some of the episodes give the characters names they didn't have in the original stories.
7th Jan '16 11:14:23 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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** The witch in "Rapunzel" as well. Here, in addition to giving her adopted daughter a TraumaticHaircut and casting her out into a desert, she beats her into unconsciousness, and it's implied she was originally intending to ''kill'' her. Moreover, she pushes the prince out of the tower with her magic, unlike in the original story where he jumped out.

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** The witch in "Rapunzel" as well. Here, in she apparently locked Rapunzel away from the world immediately after kidnapping her, rather than when she turned twelve. In addition to giving her adopted daughter a TraumaticHaircut and casting her out into a desert, desert after finding out about the prince's visits, she beats her into unconsciousness, and it's implied she was originally intending to ''kill'' her. Moreover, she pushes the prince out of the tower with her magic, unlike in the original story where he jumped out.
4th Jan '16 2:50:14 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* DisneyVillainDeath:
** The witch in "The Iron Stove" suffers this after getting stunned by the princess's amulet.
** The huntsman in "Snow White" gets knocked off a cliff by a boar.
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* GigglingVillain: The Witch from "The Iron Stove".

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* GigglingVillain: The Witch witch from "The Iron Stove".
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* GigglingVillain: The Witch from "The Iron Stove".



* HotWitch: Three of them - the one in "The Iron Stove" (who more closely resembles a succubus than a typical witch), the one in "The Six Swans" (whose beauty briefly manages to charm the heroine's father), and the one in "The Water Nixie" (who wears a pink see-through dress). All three witches are the villains of their respective episodes.

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* HotWitch: Three of them - the one in "The Iron Stove" (who more closely resembles a succubus [[HornyDevils succubus]] than a typical witch), the one in "The Six Swans" (whose beauty briefly manages to charm the heroine's father), and the one in "The Water Nixie" (who wears a pink see-through dress). All three witches are the villains of their respective episodes.
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* TheHedgeOfThorns: The princess in "The Iron Stove" has to get through one of these in order to save her prince.

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* TheHedgeOfThorns: The princess in "The Iron Stove" has to get through one of these in order to save her prince. It turns out to be an illusion, but braving it still took a lot of courage on her part.


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* MasterOfIllusion: The witch in "The Iron Stove."
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