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* FacialCompositeFailure:

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* FacialCompositeFailure:FacialCompositeFailure: A running gag is that the "Wanted" posters he's on don't correctly portray his nose. Each time he spots such a poster, it is worse.
9th Jun '18 9:38:09 PM CommanderVisor
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[[folder:Andrew]]
!!Andrew
->'''Appears in:''' ''[[WesternAnimation/TangledTheSeries The Series]]''

A mysterious visitor from out-of-town that befriends Cassandra, and they seem to have a thing for each other... until it turns out he's a spy from Saporia.
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* EmbarassingFirstName: His real name is Hubert.
[[/folder]]



!!Nigel



[[folder:Angry and Red]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Vivian Vencer (Angry), Ruby Jay (Red)

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[[folder:Angry and Red]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Vivian Vencer (Angry), Ruby Jay (Red)
[[folder:Xavier]]
!!Xavier



A pair of young girls who are thieves and live on the streets, whom Eugene and Lance encounter and try to befriend.

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A pair of young girls who are thieves and live on the streets, whom Eugene and Lance encounter and try to befriend.blacksmith.



* FieryRedhead: Inverted. Of the two girls, the red-haired one is the ShrinkingViolet and TheQuietOne while the black-haired one is brash and outspoken (she's called "Angry" for a reasonl...)
%%ZCE* HeelFaceTurn:
* JustifiedCriminal: Angry and Red don't really enjoy stealing, but as kids living on the streets (presumably orphans), they have to get by. They're trying to run away from The Baron, and he's the ''nastiest'' crime boss to ever exist.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Angry and Red's real names are never revealed.
* SamusIsAGirl: A wanted poster for the "Silent Striker" depicts a tall, slender man, but "he" is really two young girls.
* StreetUrchin: The two girls don't have anyone to care for them and live on the streets, stealing to get by.
* TheQuietOne: Red rarely talks. At least, she gives everyone in the royal palace the silent treatment while Angry does all the talking, but at the end of the episode she has a few lines talking to Angry.



[[folder:Other Residents of Corona]]

Other people who live in the Kingdom of Corona.

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[[folder:Other Residents [[folder:Angry and Red]]
!!Angel and Red
->'''Voiced by:''' Vivian Vencer (Angry), Ruby Jay (Red)
->'''Appears in:''' ''[[WesternAnimation/TangledTheSeries The Series]]''

A pair
of Corona]]

Other people
young girls who are thieves and live in on the Kingdom of Corona.streets, whom Eugene and Lance encounter and try to befriend.



* DanceLine: Rapunzel initiates one while touring the kingdom.
* FryingPanOfDoom: At the end, the Royal Guard seem to have adopted this as their primary weapon.
* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: With the exception of Maximus the horse, Corona's guards are incredibly incompetent. First they couldn't catch an old lady running and carrying a baby or find the nearby tower where she hid. Then they couldn't catch Flynn until he was literally tied up and handed to them, despite the fact that he was dancing around town in plain sight and they knew he was accompanied by a girl who really stands out in a crowd. They leave their wimpiest guy alone with two humongous brutes, and he turns out about as effective as you would expect. Finally, it was laughably easy for Flynn to swipe the tiara in the first place.
* PoliceAreUseless: It says a lot that the most competent, efficient and devoted member of the guards is the guard leader's horse. Who ends up getting the guard leader's job. For his part, the Captain of the Guard has shown an incredible amount of devotion (how many guys can immediately resume chasing a thief after getting knocked unconscious?) and his heart's certainly in the right place. Unfortunately, he's let down by his poor decision making, his men, his lack of intelligence and his tendency to get knocked out at the worst possible time. However, the series reveals a more realistic explanation to this--they utilize predictable tactics.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: The sisters who braid Rapunzel's hair all look alike. Quite possibly, they're quadruplets.

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* DanceLine: Rapunzel initiates FieryRedhead: Inverted. Of the two girls, the red-haired one is the ShrinkingViolet and TheQuietOne while touring the kingdom.
* FryingPanOfDoom: At the end, the Royal Guard seem to have adopted this as their primary weapon.
* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: With the exception of Maximus the horse, Corona's guards are incredibly incompetent. First they couldn't catch an old lady running
black-haired one is brash and carrying outspoken (she's called "Angry" for a baby or find the nearby tower where she hid. Then they couldn't catch Flynn until he was literally tied up reason...)
%%* HeelFaceTurn:
* JustifiedCriminal: Angry
and handed to them, despite the fact that he was dancing around town in plain sight and they knew he was accompanied by a girl who Red don't really stands out in a crowd. They leave their wimpiest guy alone with two humongous brutes, enjoy stealing, but as kids living on the streets (presumably orphans), they have to get by. They're trying to run away from The Baron, and he turns out about as effective as you would expect. Finally, it was laughably easy for Flynn to swipe the tiara in the first place.
* PoliceAreUseless: It says a lot that the most competent, efficient and devoted member of the guards is the guard leader's horse. Who ends up getting the guard leader's job. For his part, the Captain of the Guard has shown an incredible amount of devotion (how many guys can immediately resume chasing a thief after getting knocked unconscious?) and his heart's certainly in the right place. Unfortunately,
he's let down by his poor decision making, his men, his lack of intelligence the ''nastiest'' crime boss to ever exist.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Angry
and his tendency Red's real names are never revealed.
* SamusIsAGirl: A wanted poster for the "Silent Striker" depicts a tall, slender man, but "he" is really two young girls.
* StreetUrchin: The two girls don't have anyone to care for them and live on the streets, stealing
to get knocked out by.
* TheQuietOne: Red rarely talks. At least, she gives everyone in the royal palace the silent treatment while Angry does all the talking, but
at the worst possible time. However, end of the series reveals episode she has a more realistic explanation few lines talking to this--they utilize predictable tactics.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: The sisters who braid Rapunzel's hair all look alike. Quite possibly, they're quadruplets.
Angry.



!!Other Characters

[[folder:Willow]]
!!Wilhelmina, aka "Willow"
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tangled_willow.png]]

->'''Voiced by:''' Jane Krakowski

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!!Other Characters

[[folder:Willow]]
!!Wilhelmina, aka "Willow"
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tangled_willow.png]]

[[folder:Goodberry]]
!!Goodberry

->'''Voiced by:''' Jane KrakowskiLil Rel Howery



Willow is Queen Arianna's outgoing, fun-loving sister, who spends most of her time exploring and adventuring. When she visits her family after a long absence, she instantly connects with her niece Rapunzel, who's dismayed to learn that her aunt and her mother are at odds due to their very different personalities and lifestyles.

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Willow is Queen Arianna's outgoing, fun-loving sister, who spends most of her time exploring and adventuring. When she visits her family after a long absence, she instantly connects with her niece Rapunzel, who's dismayed to learn that her aunt and her mother are at odds due to their very different personalities and lifestyles.A fast-talking host.



* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Arianna loves her sister, but she's extremely irritated by Willow's carefree and irresponsible personality. Not helped by how Willow likes to tell Arianna's subjects about embarrassing stories of their youth.
* CoolAunt: To Rapunzel.
* DoesNotLikeShoes: Just like Rapunzel, and the two of them bond over this [[SharedFamilyQuirks shared family quirk]] to the point that [[HandyFeet they briefly "converse" by gesturing with their toes]].
* EarthyBarefootCharacter: As she puts it, "How can you know where you stand in the world if you can't feel the ground beneath your feet?"
* FeetFirstIntroduction: The first thing we see of her is her bare feet.
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The foolish to Arianna's responsible. Willow is pretty much a hippie while Arianna is TheHighQueen.
* FunPersonified: {{Deconstructed}}. She's a friendly, flamboyant, fast-talking extrovert, but she doesn't know how or when to restrain herself, much to Arianna's consternation.
* GenerationXerox: She proves that Rapunzel isn't the first person in her family to enjoy painting, going on adventures, or running around barefoot.
* GenkiGirl: An upbeat, hyperactive PerpetualSmiler.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: After years of absence, she reappears at Arianna's birthday party. She instantly draws attention away from her sister (which she's been doing since childhood), gives Ari a dangerous pet as a gift, and accidentally disrupts Arianna's plans to watch a meteor shower with Rapunzel. She doesn't realize how much Ari resents her for all this until receiving a ReasonYouSuckSpeech. However, she means well and never hurts her sister intentionally, and the episode ends with the two women starting to repair their relationship.
* OlderThanSheLooks: Just as her sister does, she too looks surprisingly young for her age. It probably runs in the family.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Red to Arianna's Blue. She's impulsive and remarkedly energetic, while Arianna is quieter and more composed.
* SiblingYinYang: With Arianna. Willow is easy-going, irresponsible and flamboyant, while Arianna is composed, refined and reliable.
* WalkingTheEarth: She prefers exploring and adventuring throughout the world to settling down in Corona--or anywhere else.

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* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Arianna loves her sister, but she's extremely irritated by Willow's carefree and irresponsible personality. Not helped by how Willow likes to tell Arianna's subjects about embarrassing stories MotorMouth: One of their youth.
* CoolAunt: To Rapunzel.
* DoesNotLikeShoes: Just like Rapunzel, and the two of them bond over this [[SharedFamilyQuirks shared family quirk]] to the point that [[HandyFeet they briefly "converse" by gesturing with their toes]].
* EarthyBarefootCharacter: As she puts it, "How can you know where you stand in the world if you can't feel the ground beneath your feet?"
* FeetFirstIntroduction: The first thing we see of her is her bare feet.
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The foolish to Arianna's responsible. Willow is pretty much a hippie while Arianna is TheHighQueen.
* FunPersonified: {{Deconstructed}}. She's a friendly, flamboyant, fast-talking extrovert, but she doesn't know how or when to restrain herself, much to Arianna's consternation.
* GenerationXerox: She proves that Rapunzel isn't the first person in her family to enjoy painting, going on adventures, or running around barefoot.
* GenkiGirl: An upbeat, hyperactive PerpetualSmiler.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: After years of absence, she reappears at Arianna's birthday party. She instantly draws attention away from her sister (which she's been doing since childhood), gives Ari a dangerous pet as a gift, and accidentally disrupts Arianna's plans to watch a meteor shower with Rapunzel. She doesn't realize how much Ari resents her for all this until receiving a ReasonYouSuckSpeech. However, she means well and never hurts her sister intentionally, and the episode ends with the two women starting to repair their relationship.
* OlderThanSheLooks: Just as her sister does, she too looks surprisingly young for her age. It probably runs in the family.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Red to Arianna's Blue. She's impulsive and remarkedly energetic, while Arianna is quieter and more composed.
* SiblingYinYang: With Arianna. Willow is easy-going, irresponsible and flamboyant, while Arianna is composed, refined and reliable.
* WalkingTheEarth: She prefers exploring and adventuring throughout the world to settling down in Corona--or anywhere else.
his defining character traits.



[[folder:The Mysterious Figure]]
!!???

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[[folder:The Mysterious Figure]]
!!???
[[folder:Stalyan]]
!!Stalyan

->'''Voiced by:''' Yvonne Strahovski



An unidentified figure who seems to be associated with the black rocks.
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* AmbiguousGender: At the moment, it's anyone's guess whether this person is a man or a woman. [[spoiler:She is a woman.]]
* CoolSword: They have a sword [[spoiler:made of the same material that the black rocks are made of]], allowing them to be able to [[spoiler:cut through the rocks]] with it.
* TheFaceless: The viewer can't see their face because the camera only shows them from the back. They also wear a "hoodie" over their head to hide their face from the side.
* TheStinger: Appears at the end of "Secret of the Sun Drop" wielding a sword similar to the black rocks.
* UnknownCharacter: We have no idea who he[=/=]she is, but he[=/=]she has the exact same marking on [[spoiler:his[=/=]her right hand as on Quirin's left hand]], so there is a connection between them.

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An unidentified figure who seems to be associated with the black rocks.
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* AmbiguousGender: At the moment, it's anyone's guess whether this person is a man or a woman. [[spoiler:She is a woman.]]
* CoolSword: They have a sword [[spoiler:made
old flame of the same material that the black rocks are made of]], allowing them to be able to [[spoiler:cut through the rocks]] with it.
* TheFaceless: The viewer can't see their face because the camera only shows them from the back. They also wear a "hoodie" over their head to hide their face from the side.
* TheStinger: Appears at the end of "Secret of the Sun Drop" wielding a sword similar to the black rocks.
* UnknownCharacter: We have no idea who he[=/=]she is, but he[=/=]she has the exact same marking on [[spoiler:his[=/=]her right hand as on Quirin's left hand]], so there is a connection between them.
Eugene.
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[[folder:Vex]]
!!Vex

->'''Voiced by:''' Britt Robertson
->'''Appears in:''' ''[[WesternAnimation/TangledTheSeries The Series]]''

A whip-smart no-nonsense teenager.
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[[/folder]]

[[folder:Seraphina]]
!!Seraphina

->'''Voiced by:''' Katy Mixon
->'''Appears in:''' ''[[WesternAnimation/TangledTheSeries The Series]]''

A stunningly beautiful woman.
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* MeaningfulName: "Seraphina" is derived from "seraphim", a type of [[Literature/TheBible angel]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Other Residents of Corona]]

Other people who live in the Kingdom of Corona.
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* DanceLine: Rapunzel initiates one while touring the kingdom.
* FryingPanOfDoom: At the end, the Royal Guard seem to have adopted this as their primary weapon.
* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: With the exception of Maximus the horse, Corona's guards are incredibly incompetent. First they couldn't catch an old lady running and carrying a baby or find the nearby tower where she hid. Then they couldn't catch Flynn until he was literally tied up and handed to them, despite the fact that he was dancing around town in plain sight and they knew he was accompanied by a girl who really stands out in a crowd. They leave their wimpiest guy alone with two humongous brutes, and he turns out about as effective as you would expect. Finally, it was laughably easy for Flynn to swipe the tiara in the first place.
* PoliceAreUseless: It says a lot that the most competent, efficient and devoted member of the guards is the guard leader's horse. Who ends up getting the guard leader's job. For his part, the Captain of the Guard has shown an incredible amount of devotion (how many guys can immediately resume chasing a thief after getting knocked unconscious?) and his heart's certainly in the right place. Unfortunately, he's let down by his poor decision making, his men, his lack of intelligence and his tendency to get knocked out at the worst possible time. However, the series reveals a more realistic explanation to this--they utilize predictable tactics.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: The sisters who braid Rapunzel's hair all look alike. Quite possibly, they're quadruplets.
[[/folder]]

!!Other Characters

[[folder:Willow]]
!!Wilhelmina, aka "Willow"
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tangled_willow.png]]

->'''Voiced by:''' Jane Krakowski
->'''Appears in:''' ''[[WesternAnimation/TangledTheSeries The Series]]''

Willow is Queen Arianna's outgoing, fun-loving sister, who spends most of her time exploring and adventuring. When she visits her family after a long absence, she instantly connects with her niece Rapunzel, who's dismayed to learn that her aunt and her mother are at odds due to their very different personalities and lifestyles.
----
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Arianna loves her sister, but she's extremely irritated by Willow's carefree and irresponsible personality. Not helped by how Willow likes to tell Arianna's subjects about embarrassing stories of their youth.
* CoolAunt: To Rapunzel.
* DoesNotLikeShoes: Just like Rapunzel, and the two of them bond over this [[SharedFamilyQuirks shared family quirk]] to the point that [[HandyFeet they briefly "converse" by gesturing with their toes]].
* EarthyBarefootCharacter: As she puts it, "How can you know where you stand in the world if you can't feel the ground beneath your feet?"
* FeetFirstIntroduction: The first thing we see of her is her bare feet.
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The foolish to Arianna's responsible. Willow is pretty much a hippie while Arianna is TheHighQueen.
* FunPersonified: {{Deconstructed}}. She's a friendly, flamboyant, fast-talking extrovert, but she doesn't know how or when to restrain herself, much to Arianna's consternation.
* GenerationXerox: She proves that Rapunzel isn't the first person in her family to enjoy painting, going on adventures, or running around barefoot.
* GenkiGirl: An upbeat, hyperactive PerpetualSmiler.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: After years of absence, she reappears at Arianna's birthday party. She instantly draws attention away from her sister (which she's been doing since childhood), gives Ari a dangerous pet as a gift, and accidentally disrupts Arianna's plans to watch a meteor shower with Rapunzel. She doesn't realize how much Ari resents her for all this until receiving a ReasonYouSuckSpeech. However, she means well and never hurts her sister intentionally, and the episode ends with the two women starting to repair their relationship.
* OlderThanSheLooks: Just as her sister does, she too looks surprisingly young for her age. It probably runs in the family.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Red to Arianna's Blue. She's impulsive and remarkedly energetic, while Arianna is quieter and more composed.
* SiblingYinYang: With Arianna. Willow is easy-going, irresponsible and flamboyant, while Arianna is composed, refined and reliable.
* WalkingTheEarth: She prefers exploring and adventuring throughout the world to settling down in Corona--or anywhere else.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Mysterious Figure]]
!![[spoiler:Madame Canardist]]

->'''Voiced by:''' [[spoiler:Carol Kane]]
->'''Appears in:''' ''[[WesternAnimation/TangledTheSeries The Series]]''

An unidentified figure who seems to be associated with the black rocks.
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* AmbiguousGender: At the moment, it's anyone's guess whether this person is a man or a woman. [[spoiler:She is a woman.]]
* CoolSword: They have a sword [[spoiler:made of the same material that the black rocks are made of]], allowing them to be able to [[spoiler:cut through the rocks]] with it.
* TheFaceless: The viewer can't see their face because the camera only shows them from the back. They also wear a "hoodie" over their head to hide their face from the side.
* TheStinger: Appears at the end of "Secret of the Sun Drop" wielding a sword similar to the black rocks.
* UnknownCharacter: We have no idea who he[=/=]she is, but he[=/=]she has the exact same marking on [[spoiler:his[=/=]her right hand as on Quirin's left hand]], so there is a connection between them.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lord Demanitus]]
!!Lord Demanitus

->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/TimothyDalton
->'''Appears in:''' ''[[WesternAnimation/TangledTheSeries The Series]]''

An inventor and adventurer.
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* AscendedExtra: The man himself appears in Season 2.
* ChekhovsGunman: In "Queen for a Day", his device is used to prevent a dangerous blizzard from afflicting Corona. He later appears in person in Season 2.
* WeatherControlMachine: The Demanitus Device is used to control the wind's trajectory in the mountains to prevent Corona from being afflicted by a blizzard.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:King Edmund]]
!!King Edmund

->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/BruceCampbell
->'''Appears in:''' ''[[WesternAnimation/TangledTheSeries The Series]]''

A bizarrely charming king.
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[[/folder]]
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A pair of young thieves that Eugene and Lance encounter.

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A pair of young girls who are thieves that and live on the streets, whom Eugene and Lance encounter.encounter and try to befriend.



%%* HeelFaceTurn

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%%* HeelFaceTurn* FieryRedhead: Inverted. Of the two girls, the red-haired one is the ShrinkingViolet and TheQuietOne while the black-haired one is brash and outspoken (she's called "Angry" for a reasonl...)
%%ZCE* HeelFaceTurn:
* JustifiedCriminal: Angry and Red don't really enjoy stealing, but as kids living on the streets (presumably orphans), they have to get by. They're trying to run away from The Baron, and he's the ''nastiest'' crime boss to ever exist.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Angry and Red's real names are never revealed.
* SamusIsAGirl: A wanted poster for the "Silent Striker" depicts a tall, slender man, but "he" is really two young girls.
* StreetUrchin: The two girls don't have anyone to care for them and live on the streets, stealing to get by.
* TheQuietOne: Red rarely talks. At least, she gives everyone in the royal palace the silent treatment while Angry does all the talking, but at the end of the episode she has a few lines talking to Angry.
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[[folder:Other Residents of Corona]]

Other people who live in the Kingdom of Corona.

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[[folder:Other Residents [[folder:Angry and Red]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Vivian Vencer (Angry), Ruby Jay (Red)
->'''Appears in:''' ''[[WesternAnimation/TangledTheSeries The Series]]''

A pair
of Corona]]

Other people who live in the Kingdom of Corona.
young thieves that Eugene and Lance encounter.



* DanceLine: Rapunzel initiates one while touring the kingdom.
* FryingPanOfDoom: At the end, the Royal Guard seem to have adopted this as their primary weapon.
* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: With the exception of Maximus the horse, Corona's guards are incredibly incompetent. First they couldn't catch an old lady running and carrying a baby or find the nearby tower where she hid. Then they couldn't catch Flynn until he was literally tied up and handed to them, despite the fact that he was dancing around town in plain sight and they knew he was accompanied by a girl who really stands out in a crowd. They leave their wimpiest guy alone with two humongous brutes, and he turns out about as effective as you would expect. Finally, it was laughably easy for Flynn to swipe the tiara in the first place.
* PoliceAreUseless: It says a lot that the most competent, efficient and devoted member of the guards is the guard leader's horse. Who ends up getting the guard leader's job. For his part, the Captain of the Guard has shown an incredible amount of devotion (how many guys can immediately resume chasing a thief after getting knocked unconscious?) and his heart's certainly in the right place. Unfortunately, he's let down by his poor decision making, his men, his lack of intelligence and his tendency to get knocked out at the worst possible time. However, the series reveals a more realistic explanation to this--they utilize predictable tactics.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: The sisters who braid Rapunzel's hair all look alike. Quite possibly, they're quadruplets.

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* DanceLine: Rapunzel initiates one while touring the kingdom.
* FryingPanOfDoom: At the end, the Royal Guard seem to have adopted this as their primary weapon.
* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: With the exception of Maximus the horse, Corona's guards are incredibly incompetent. First they couldn't catch an old lady running and carrying a baby or find the nearby tower where she hid. Then they couldn't catch Flynn until he was literally tied up and handed to them, despite the fact that he was dancing around town in plain sight and they knew he was accompanied by a girl who really stands out in a crowd. They leave their wimpiest guy alone with two humongous brutes, and he turns out about as effective as you would expect. Finally, it was laughably easy for Flynn to swipe the tiara in the first place.
* PoliceAreUseless: It says a lot that the most competent, efficient and devoted member of the guards is the guard leader's horse. Who ends up getting the guard leader's job. For his part, the Captain of the Guard has shown an incredible amount of devotion (how many guys can immediately resume chasing a thief after getting knocked unconscious?) and his heart's certainly in the right place. Unfortunately, he's let down by his poor decision making, his men, his lack of intelligence and his tendency to get knocked out at the worst possible time. However, the series reveals a more realistic explanation to this--they utilize predictable tactics.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: The sisters who braid Rapunzel's hair all look alike. Quite possibly, they're quadruplets.
%%* HeelFaceTurn


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[[folder:Other Residents of Corona]]

Other people who live in the Kingdom of Corona.
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* DanceLine: Rapunzel initiates one while touring the kingdom.
* FryingPanOfDoom: At the end, the Royal Guard seem to have adopted this as their primary weapon.
* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: With the exception of Maximus the horse, Corona's guards are incredibly incompetent. First they couldn't catch an old lady running and carrying a baby or find the nearby tower where she hid. Then they couldn't catch Flynn until he was literally tied up and handed to them, despite the fact that he was dancing around town in plain sight and they knew he was accompanied by a girl who really stands out in a crowd. They leave their wimpiest guy alone with two humongous brutes, and he turns out about as effective as you would expect. Finally, it was laughably easy for Flynn to swipe the tiara in the first place.
* PoliceAreUseless: It says a lot that the most competent, efficient and devoted member of the guards is the guard leader's horse. Who ends up getting the guard leader's job. For his part, the Captain of the Guard has shown an incredible amount of devotion (how many guys can immediately resume chasing a thief after getting knocked unconscious?) and his heart's certainly in the right place. Unfortunately, he's let down by his poor decision making, his men, his lack of intelligence and his tendency to get knocked out at the worst possible time. However, the series reveals a more realistic explanation to this--they utilize predictable tactics.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: The sisters who braid Rapunzel's hair all look alike. Quite possibly, they're quadruplets.
[[/folder]]
7th Jun '18 2:46:10 PM Kereea1
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* BookDumb: The series notes that as an orphan, Eugene has had very minimal schooling (he claims three days) and so he's actually quite bad at math. He's street smart to make up for it, thankfully.



** Downplayed in the series. The fact that he's just the princess' unemployed former-thief almost-fiance laves him without much of a place in the castle, the guards still don't trust him much (especially the Captain), past transgressions sometimes pop up to make things rough for him, and Rapunzel's dad takes a while to give him any respect while Cassandra, Rapunzel's new best friend, initially sees him as a GoldDigger.



* FreudianExcuse: In the pilot movie, he proposes to Rapunzel, [[InnocentlyInsensitive unaware of how stressed she is about being a princess and the fact that he's putting her on the spot in a royal banquet doesn't help matters]]. It leads to her temporarily rejecting it. [[WhatTheHellHero Cass]] calls him out for this, and he explains later to Rapunzel (actually Pascal in disguise) that the reason why he proposed is because he grew up in an environment where he had nothing and he wants their future family to have everything.

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* FreudianExcuse: In the pilot movie, movie for the series, he proposes to Rapunzel, [[InnocentlyInsensitive unaware of how stressed she is about being a princess and the fact that he's putting her on the spot in a royal banquet doesn't help matters]]. It leads to her temporarily rejecting it. [[WhatTheHellHero Cass]] calls him out for this, and he explains later to Rapunzel (actually Pascal in disguise) that the reason why he proposed is because he grew up in an environment where he had nothing and he wants their future family to have everything.



* GoldDigger: Initially seen as one by Cass in the series, due to his unemployment and shady past. She comes to respect him more as he starts training the guards to better catch crooks.



* KarmaHoudini: {{Justified|Trope}}. Since he helped Rapunzel return to her birth parents, he was pardoned from stealing the princess's tiara.

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* KarmaHoudini: {{Justified|Trope}}. Since he helped Rapunzel return to her birth parents, he was pardoned from stealing the princess's tiara. However he's worried about some of his other past crimes, such as robbing the queen eight years ago (he thought she was a random noble) and tries to not get into any ''more'' trouble these days.



* LeParkour: Flynn and the Stabbington brothers use this at times, perhaps most noticeably while climbing on the palace roof in their first scene.

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* LeParkour: Flynn and the Stabbington brothers use this at times, times in the movie, perhaps most noticeably while climbing on the palace roof in their first scene.scene. He uses it more often in the series.



** Averted in his relationship with Lance Strongbow. They're like brothers and help each other out often.



* OfficialCouple: With Rapunzel. They become a couple towards the end of the movie and then get married in the sequel short.

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* OfficialCouple: With Rapunzel. They become a couple towards the end of the movie and then get married in the sequel short. The series takes place between them, with a pre-engagement but still very serious couple.
6th Jun '18 5:00:32 AM Kereea1
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* DeconstructedCharacterArchytype: of the TeenGenius. Varian is very, very intelligent and knows how to make inventions that would be huge technological advances for Corona...but he's also an impulsive 14 year old kid who doesn't always plan things out, often making his inventions and plans have dangerous flaws he's overlooked, ruining his reputation. His young age also gives him a pretty serious case of MoralMyopia, making him think he's just paying unto evil when really it's RevengeBeforeReason and his own inability to admit his fault in the tragedy of his father's encasement. It also means his ultimate goal, to use Rapunzel's unbreakable hair to free his father, doesn't work and he suffers a full on breakdown because he doesn't understand how his plan could have been based on an incorrect assumption (that Rapunzel's hair, being unbreakable, should be able to break the equally unbreakable amber). In the end, Varian's brains don't override the fact that he's a very young, emotional teenager who's not as logical as he thinks he is.

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* DeconstructedCharacterArchytype: DeconstructedCharacterArchetype: of the TeenGenius. Varian is very, very intelligent and knows how to make inventions that would be huge technological advances for Corona...but he's also an impulsive 14 year old kid who doesn't always plan things out, often making his inventions and plans have dangerous flaws he's overlooked, ruining his reputation. His young age also gives him a pretty serious case of MoralMyopia, making him think he's just paying unto evil when really it's RevengeBeforeReason and his own inability to admit his fault in the tragedy of his father's encasement. It also means his ultimate goal, to use Rapunzel's unbreakable hair to free his father, doesn't work and he suffers a full on breakdown because he doesn't understand how his plan could have been based on an incorrect assumption (that Rapunzel's hair, being unbreakable, should be able to break the equally unbreakable amber). In the end, Varian's brains don't override the fact that he's a very young, emotional teenager who's not as logical as he thinks he is.
6th Jun '18 4:59:45 AM Kereea1
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* DeconstructedCharacterArchytype: of the TeenGenius. Varian is very, very intelligent and knows how to make inventions that would be huge technological advances for Corona...but he's also an impulsive 14 year old kid who doesn't always plan things out, often making his inventions and plans have dangerous flaws he's overlooked, ruining his reputation. His young age also gives him a pretty serious case of MoralMyopia, making him think he's just paying unto evil when really it's RevengeBeforeReason and his own inability to admit his fault in the tragedy of his father's encasement. It also means his ultimate goal, to use Rapunzel's unbreakable hair to free his father, doesn't work and he suffers a full on breakdown because he doesn't understand how his plan could have been based on an incorrect assumption (that Rapunzel's hair, being unbreakable, should be able to break the equally unbreakable amber). In the end, Varian's brains don't override the fact that he's a very young, emotional teenager who's not as logical as he thinks he is.
5th Jun '18 9:35:43 PM CnHGirl
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** He doesn't have this in the film when he's confronting the Stabbingtons in prison, due to his anger there being fueled by fear and anxiety, but he still maintains enough control to get the information he needs.
4th Jun '18 4:35:43 PM Kereea1
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** In the season 1 finale he joins in on Eugene, Cass, and the guard's attempt to [[spoiler: rescue the Queen.]]
2nd Jun '18 9:23:10 PM CommanderVisor
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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JonathanBanks



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* OldFriend: Is referred to as this by King Frederick in "Queen for a Day".

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* MeaningfulName: His name means "magic spell", fitting in with the show's story being about the magic in play.
* OldFriend: Is referred to as this by King Frederick Frederic in "Queen for a Day".
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