History Characters / Aladdin

24th Feb '17 7:38:36 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* ComicBookFantasyCasting: His appearance was based on that of Creator/ConradVeidt
14th Feb '17 8:06:02 PM jameygamer
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[[caption-width-right:350:'''THE UNIVERSE IS MINE TO COMMAND!! TO CONTROL!!!''']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:'''THE UNIVERSE IS MINE TO COMMAND!! TO CONTROL!!!''']]POWER!!!!! THE ABSOLUTE POWERRRRR!!!!!!''']]
13th Feb '17 6:08:22 PM creader
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* SupportingProtagonist: ''Aladdin the Return of Jafar'' isn't about Aladdin. It's about Iago.
13th Feb '17 7:14:01 AM Larkmarn
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* TalkingAnimal: Unlike Abu and Rajah. Justified; the typical small child believes that parrots talk at the same level as humans, and the movie is going by this belief. Also justified in that Jafar made him like that.

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* TalkingAnimal: Unlike Abu and Rajah. Justified; the typical small child believes that parrots talk at the same level as humans, Rajah, Iago is fully voiced. Fitting, since he's a parrot and the movie is going by this belief. Also justified in by the fact that Jafar made Jafer uplifted him like that.with magic.
10th Feb '17 7:41:12 PM jameygamer
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* OutOfTheInferno: He calmly walks through the ring of fire he surrounded Aladdin with after Aladdin calls him a snake. Then, like the OneWingedAngel TropeNamer [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Sephiroth]] [[note]] Both Sephiroth and Jafar are recurring enemies in the ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' series, but have not crossed paths with each other [[/note]], Jafar, in addition to walking through fire, takes his own OneWingedAngel form while firing an InsultBackfire on Aladdin.

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* OutOfTheInferno: He calmly walks through the ring of fire he surrounded Aladdin with after Aladdin calls him a snake. Then, like the OneWingedAngel TropeNamer [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Sephiroth]] [[note]] Both Sephiroth and Jafar are recurring enemies in the ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' series, but have not crossed paths with each other [[/note]], Sephiroth]], Jafar, in addition to walking through fire, takes his own OneWingedAngel form while firing an InsultBackfire on Aladdin.
10th Feb '17 7:35:15 PM jameygamer
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* OutOfTheInferno: He calmly walks through the ring of fire he surrounded Aladdin with.

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* OutOfTheInferno: He calmly walks through the ring of fire he surrounded Aladdin with.with after Aladdin calls him a snake. Then, like the OneWingedAngel TropeNamer [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Sephiroth]] [[note]] Both Sephiroth and Jafar are recurring enemies in the ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' series, but have not crossed paths with each other [[/note]], Jafar, in addition to walking through fire, takes his own OneWingedAngel form while firing an InsultBackfire on Aladdin.
10th Feb '17 9:59:58 AM N8han11
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* TheUnfettered: He literally becomes this at the end of the first movie; wishing him free negates his problems with only being able to use his magic when a master commands it, and with having his life bound to his lamp. Implicitly, it also removes the restrictions on how he can use his magic, meaning that once freed, Genie technical+ly ''can kill people''. Fortunately, he's far too nice a guy to do something like that.

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* TheUnfettered: He literally becomes this at the end of the first movie; wishing him free negates his problems with only being able to use his magic when a master commands it, and with having his life bound to his lamp. Implicitly, it also removes the restrictions on how he can use his magic, meaning that once freed, Genie technical+ly ''can technically kill people''. Fortunately, he's far too nice a guy to do something like that.
10th Feb '17 9:56:08 AM N8han11
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* IdiotHero: Even though he's also a GuileHero, Aladdin is prone to foolish choices: He goes about his life carelessly while making the most moronic decisions, spare for a few moments of flash in the pan brilliance when his or somebody else's life depends on it. It's particularly noticeable when you realize how most of the other characters, save for Jasmine, spend their time trying to steer him to a correct choice. Still, his idiocy seems not to extend too far beyond what's needed for the Aesop of the week. And his moronic behavior goes through stages, as well: in the first movie, it's due to his horrifically low self esteem telling him that lying about himself will make people like him, even when it's obvious that Jasmine loves him for who he is. In the show, it shifts to either overconfidence or his [[ChronicHeroSyndrome chronic inability to pass by a problem and not try to solve it]]. It also makes him unique to previous male heros in that is not portrayed as all knowing but as someone who is real.

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* IdiotHero: Even though he's also a GuileHero, Aladdin is prone to foolish choices: He goes about his life carelessly while making the most moronic decisions, spare for a few moments of flash in the pan brilliance when his or somebody else's life depends on it. It's particularly noticeable when you realize how most of the other characters, save for Jasmine, spend their time trying to steer him to a correct choice. Still, his idiocy seems not to extend too far beyond what's needed for the Aesop of the week. And his moronic behavior goes through stages, as well: in the first movie, it's due to his horrifically low self esteem telling him that lying about himself will make people like him, even when it's obvious that Jasmine loves him for who he is. In the show, it shifts to either overconfidence or his [[ChronicHeroSyndrome chronic inability to pass by a problem and not try to solve it]]. It also makes him unique to previous male heros in that is not portrayed as all knowing but as someone who is real.



* LosingYourHead: In one episode ("Heads, You Lose") along with Caliph Kapok. Thankfully, this isn't actually lethal, though he's split between his serious head and his goofy body. By the way, we saw him get nearly decapitated before in ''The Return of Jafar''. In the first film, Jafar lied to Jasmine that he had him beheaded as punishment for kidnapping her.

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* LosingYourHead: LosingYourHead:
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In one episode ("Heads, You Lose") along with Caliph Kapok. Thankfully, this isn't actually lethal, though he's split between his serious head and his goofy body. By the way, we saw him get
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nearly got decapitated before in ''The Return of Jafar''. Jafar''.
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In the first film, Jafar lied to Jasmine that he had him beheaded as punishment for kidnapping her.
9th Feb '17 11:24:55 PM annette12
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* ChasteHero: Although he's engaged to Jasmine and thus spends a lot of time at the palace he still seems to live in the abandoned building from the first movie.
8th Feb '17 9:23:24 AM annette12
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* TalkingAnimal: Unlike Abu and Rajah. Justified; the typical small child believes that parrots talk at the same level as humans, and the movie is going by this belief. Also justified in that Jafar made him like that.
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