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* WouldHurtAChild: In "The Six Swans", the witch abandons her stepdaughter's infant son to die.
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** The witch in "Rapunzel" as well, albeit more subtly. Here, 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 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.

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** The witch in "Rapunzel" as well, albeit more subtly. Here, 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 after finding out about the prince's visits, she beats her into unconsciousness, and it's implied she was originally intending to ''kill'' her. Shortly before said beating, she says she wanted to keep the girl all to herself, rather than wanting to protect her from the world. Moreover, she pushes the prince out of the tower with her magic, unlike in the original story where he jumped out.
21st Jul '16 6:44:05 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* TheNotLoveInterest: Klaus from "Snow White". He's very close to Snow White and aids her as much as he can, but he never shows any signs of being attracted to her, and she ends up marrying his friend the Prince.
20th Jul '16 12:50:08 PM rafi
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* WhenTreesAttack: A group of evil trees appear in the episode "Jorinde and Joringel" brought to life by the witch who holds Jorinde hostage. The trees chase Joringel through the woods. When he loses sight of them and thinks they are gone, one of them sneaks up behind him and eats him. Luckily, it's revealed to be AllJustADream as Joringel wakes up in a bed right after the tree eats him.
13th Jul '16 7:52:58 AM rafi
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* CanonForeigner
** Klaus, "Snow White" childhood friends, is a character exclusive of the series.
** "Mother Holle" feature a talking white rabbit that is an {{Expy}} of the ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' character.


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* LaserGuidedKarma: Provided in many tales both as punishment (for bad guys) or reward (for good guys).
12th Jul '16 6:59:21 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** The princesses in "The Worn-Out Dancing Shoes" wear several dresses, with the eldest wearing a Fairytale Wedding Dress at the end.

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** The princesses in "The Worn-Out Dancing Shoes" wear several dresses, with the eldest wearing a Fairytale Wedding Dress FairytaleWeddingDress at the end.
12th Jul '16 5:17:32 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** The father in "Beauty and the Beast" starts the story terminally ill, and dies before the end.
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** The boy of "Godfather Death". In the original story he is more greed and want save the princess just to marry her and became the future king. Here he perform an HeroicSacrifice to make the right thing and to be a real doctor for the first time.

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** The boy of "Godfather Death". In the original story he is more greed greedy and want wants save the princess just to marry her and became the future king. Here he perform an a HeroicSacrifice to make the right thing and to be a real doctor for the first time.



** The witch in "Rapunzel" as well. Here, 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 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.

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** The witch in "Rapunzel" as well.well, albeit more subtly. Here, 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 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.


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12th Jul '16 2:22:18 AM rafi
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* DistressedDude: The prince in "The Iron Stove", who is under a witch's curse, and later gets abducted by her.

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The prince in "The Iron Stove", who is under a witch's curse, and later gets abducted by her.


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* PettingZooPeople: The main character of "The Marriage of Mrs. Fox", the rabbit of "Mother Holle" and the wolf of "Little Red Riding Hood".
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