History Characters / WITCH

16th May '18 2:54:56 AM Dina_M
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* NakedOnArrival: In the comic, the first page featuring Will sees her in a [[DreamingOfThingsToCome dream]] where she is trapped inside the Heart of Kandrakar, bursts out of it and into a raging storm. She's naked throughout the entire sequence.
12th May '18 6:53:10 AM Roo
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* DisneyDeath: Turned back into a flower by Phobos in the first arc, which is essentially treated as dying. He's resurrected by an amped-up Cordelia in the second arc.
10th May '18 2:57:46 PM EDP
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* ArrogantKungFuGuy: {{Averted}}. Knows martial arts, but doesn't act all haughty about it. At the beginning of the New Power Arc she becomes arrogant and overconfident like the rest of her friends, but Yan Lin, whom she rescues from Dark Mother, talks her down from it.

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* ArrogantKungFuGuy: {{Averted}}. Knows martial arts, but doesn't act all haughty about it. At the beginning end of the New Power Arc she becomes arrogant and overconfident like the rest of her friends, but Yan Lin, whom she rescues from Dark Mother, talks her down from it.
7th May '18 1:16:15 PM Isaac_Heller
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* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler: He dies TakingTheBullet for Orube in the comics.]]]

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* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler: He dies TakingTheBullet for Orube in the comics.]]]]]
7th May '18 1:05:22 PM Isaac_Heller
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* AntiVillain: In both the comics and show, she is being misled and has good intentions for her people while being a villain.



* BitchInSheepsClothing: In the comics, after Cedric tells her who she is, she immediately schemes with him to lure her friends, the new Guardians, into a trap. This is while she poses as their friend, even appearing to Hay Lin at a funeral. Unlike in the show, where she was justifiably angry that they didn't tell her about being the lost princess of Meridian, the Guardians find out about their powers long after Elyon learns about hers. Fortunately, she switches back to the Guardians side after getting a much-needed HeelRealization.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: In the comics, after Cedric tells her who she is, she immediately schemes with him to lure her friends, the new Guardians, into a trap. This is while she poses as their friend, even appearing to Hay Lin at a funeral. Unlike in the show, where she was justifiably angry that they didn't tell her about being the lost princess of Meridian, the Guardians find out about their powers long after Elyon learns about hers.hers, and she's instead angry that their role as Guardians make the people of her kingdom living in misery. Fortunately, she switches back to the Guardians side after getting a much-needed HeelRealization.



* ManipulativeBitch: In the comics during her stint as a villain - it's something she learned from Cedric.



* PutOnABus: In the comic, after the Meridian storyline is over. Like Caleb, she makes occasional cameos later on but is mostly gone from the story. Averted in the animated series, in which she remains an important character in the second season (she didn't appear in the "Nerissa" arc of the comic, aside from a special issue completely dedicated to her).

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* PutOnABus: In the comic, after the Meridian storyline is over. Like Caleb, she makes occasional cameos later on and plays an important role in the fourth story arc, but is mostly gone from the story. Averted in the animated series, in which she remains an important character in the second season (she didn't appear in the "Nerissa" arc of the comic, aside from a special issue completely dedicated to her).



* TheFarmerAndTheViper: At one point, he's captured by the rebels of Meridian and sentenced to execution; Will saves him at risk to her own live, and Cedric immediately attacks her and tries to kill her. It's the sight of this that gets both Vathek to pull a HeelFaceTurn ''and'' Elyon to doubt that Phobos and his regime are as clean as he claims they are.

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* TheFarmerAndTheViper: At one point, he's captured by the rebels of Meridian and sentenced to execution; Will saves him at risk to her own live, life (less for his sake and more to stop the rebels from corrupting themselves), and Cedric immediately attacks her and tries to kill her. It's the sight of this that gets both Vathek to pull a HeelFaceTurn ''and'' Elyon to doubt that Phobos and his regime are as clean as he claims they are.



* ManipulativeBastard

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* ManipulativeBastardManipulativeBastard: Possibly his defining characteristic.



* TheStarscream: [[spoiler: For all his humiliation brought to him by Phobos and his own desire for power, he turned against his former master and consumed his power]].

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* TheStarscream: [[spoiler: In the show. For all his humiliation brought to him by Phobos and his own desire for power, he turned against his former master and consumed his power]].power]].
** [[spoiler: Subverted in the comics - he turns on Phobos only after Phobos betrays ''him'' first.]]
5th May '18 5:08:03 PM Isaac_Heller
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5th May '18 5:07:03 PM Isaac_Heller
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* BigSisterBully: Cornelia could be a little meaner than she had to Lilian. [[spoiler: When it was revealed in "U is for Undivided" that Lilian was the Heart of Earth,]] Cornelia's attitude changed. By the end of the season 2 finale, Cornelia might have averted this trope.

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* BigSisterBully: Cornelia could be a little meaner than she had to toward Lilian. [[spoiler: When it was revealed in "U is for Undivided" that Lilian was the Heart of Earth,]] Cornelia's attitude changed. By the end of the season 2 finale, Cornelia might have averted this trope.



* AdaptationalBadass: Caleb is a badass rebel leader in the series who is much more of a fighter than the original and doesn't [[AndIMustScream spend most of the series as a flower]] because of Phobos, either. A fan only familiar with the comics who read this page would likely say "back up a sec, Caleb is giving somebody combat lessons?"

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* AdaptationalBadass: Caleb is a badass rebel leader in the series who is much more of a fighter than the original and doesn't [[AndIMustScream spend most of the series as a flower]] because of Phobos, either. A fan only familiar with the comics who read this page would likely say "back up a sec, Caleb ''Caleb'' is giving somebody combat lessons?"



* BedTrick: Arguably [[spoiler: since he thought Nerissa was the Mage, thus making their relationship nonconsensual.]]

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* BedTrick: Arguably [[spoiler: since he He thought Nerissa was the Mage, Mage when he slept with her, thus making their relationship nonconsensual.]] non-consensual and Caleb the product of ''rape''. [[{{Squick}} Yeesh!]]]]
5th May '18 5:00:07 PM Isaac_Heller
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%%* {{Adorkable}}: Each in their own way.
%%* AmazonBrigade: When they transform.

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%%* {{Adorkable}}: Each in their own way.
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* AmazonBrigade: When In their transformed state, where they transform.all possess super-powers.



* AdaptationalSexuality: Creator/GregWeisman [[WordOfGay claims]] that the animated version of the character is a lesbian, and she noticeably lacks a romantic interest. The comic counterpart has a boyfriend, however.

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* AdaptationalSexuality: Creator/GregWeisman [[WordOfGay claims]] that the animated version of the character is a lesbian, and she noticeably lacks a romantic interest. The comic counterpart has a boyfriend, however.however, and even in the show Irma expresses clear interest in Andrew Hornby, which would [[BiTheWay make her bisexual rather than a lesbian]].



%%* TheBigGuy



* CharacterDevelopment: In the TV series, Irma is learning to control her temper. And while she has a ways to go, she ''is'' making progress.
%%* TheCharmer: See below.

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* CharacterDevelopment: In the TV series, Irma is learning to control her temper. temper and more negative attributes. And while she has a ways to go, she ''is'' making progress.
%%* TheCharmer: See below.
progress.



%%* ThePrankster

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%%* ThePrankster* ThePrankster: Her usual mindset is basically that of a {{Troll}}.



%%* {{Shorttank}}



%%* SweetTooth



%%* TheTrickster



%%* DeadpanSnarker

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%%* DeadpanSnarker* DeadpanSnarker: Not so much at first, but moreso as the series goes on.



%%* HartmanHips



%%* TheSmartGirl
%%* SmartPeopleWearGlasses



* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Cornelia in the TV show, who is a [[ProudBeauty proud]] AlphaBitch bordering on ValleyGirl before undergoing CharacterDevelopment, is ''very'' different from Cornelia in the comics, who is a mature, [[TheOjou refined young lady]] [[SilkHidingSteel who is more firm than her appearance lets on.]]



* ButtMonkey: If one of the guardians screws up, chances are Cornelia's the one hit in the face, or drenched in water, or otherwise screwed.
* CharacterDevelopment: In the TV series -- she becomes nicer by each episode. Losing a lot of her narcissism, selfishness, and meanness.

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* ButtMonkey: In the TV show. If one of the guardians screws up, chances are Cornelia's the one hit in the face, or drenched in water, or otherwise screwed.
* CharacterDevelopment: In the TV series -- series, she becomes nicer by each episode. Losing as the show goes on. In Season 2 especially she loses a lot of her narcissism, selfishness, and meanness.



%%* TheOjou

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%%* TheOjou* TheOjou: In the original comics.



* RichBitch: More in the show, though she has her moments in the comics. Not that she flaunts her family's relative wealth or makes a big deal of it.

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* RichBitch: More in the show, though she has her moments in the comics. Not that she flaunts her family's relative wealth or makes
* SilkHidingSteel: She has this characterization in the comics, appearing as
a big deal of it.refined young lady but is ''not'' to be underestimated.



* ValleyGirl: At least on the surface.

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* ValleyGirl: At least on Starts off this way in the surface.TV show. It becomes downplayed as it goes on, particularly in the second season.



%%* CuteClumsyGirl

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%%* CuteClumsyGirl* CuteClumsyGirl: Very cute and very clumsy, but still capable.



%%* PluckyComicRelief: She ties this with Blunk.
%%* PluckyGirl



%%* ChangelingFantasy



* FaceHeelTurn: After Cedric tells her the truth of her origins, Goodbye, "friends"!
%%* GirlishPigtails

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* FaceHeelTurn: After Cedric tells her the truth of her origins, Goodbye, "friends"!
%%* GirlishPigtails
origins in both the comics and the show.



%%* HappilyAdopted

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%%* HappilyAdopted* HappilyAdopted: Until she learns that she ''is'' adopted, anyway, although eventually she settles back into this.



* HeelFaceTurn: "Cornelia! Oh, Cornelia, I'm so sorry!"

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* HeelFaceTurn: "Cornelia! In the first season"Cornelia! Oh, Cornelia, I'm so sorry!"



%%* MoreThanMindControl: In season 1.

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%%* * MoreThanMindControl: In season 1.1, she is manipulated but not controlled.



%%* PluckyGirl
* PutOnABus: In the comic, after the Meridian storyline is over. Like Caleb, she makes occasional cameos later on but is mostly gone from the story. Averted in the animated series, in which she remains an important character in the second season (she didn't appear in the "Nerissa" arc of the comic, aside a special issue completely dedicated to her).

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%%* PluckyGirl
* PluckyGirl: Particularly following her HeelFaceTurn, and displayed much more in the comics.
* PutOnABus: In the comic, after the Meridian storyline is over. Like Caleb, she makes occasional cameos later on but is mostly gone from the story. Averted in the animated series, in which she remains an important character in the second season (she didn't appear in the "Nerissa" arc of the comic, aside from a special issue completely dedicated to her).



%%* RealityWarper



%%* YoungestChildWins



%%* DeadpanSnarker

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%%* DeadpanSnarker* DeadpanSnarker: In the TV show.



%%* GoodOldFisticuffs: Usually.

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%%* * GoodOldFisticuffs: Usually.The TV version usually resorts to this.



%%* TeamNormal: In the show.
* TheSmartGuy: In the comics. He's much more intelligent and street-smart than the guardians.

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%%* * TeamNormal: In the show.
show. In the comics, he is actually a Murmurer.
* TheSmartGuy: In the comics. He's comics, he's much more intelligent and street-smart than the guardians.



%%* CoolOldLady: Very much so.

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%%* * CoolOldLady: Very much so.so - she ''was'' a Guardian, after all.



%%* NeverMessWithGranny



%%* RetiredBadass

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%%* RetiredBadass* RetiredBadass: Used to be a Guardian, but now has passed this on to Hay Lin.



%%* SixthRanger
%%* SupernaturalGoldEyes

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%%* SixthRanger
%%* SupernaturalGoldEyes
* SixthRanger: In the comics for a while, until she was PutOnABus.



%%* {{Adorkable}}



%%* BaldOfAwesome



%%* DrivesLikeCrazy



%%* HulkSpeak



%%* NonHumanSidekick



%%* PluckyComicRelief
%%* SarcasmBlind

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%%* PluckyComicRelief
%%* SarcasmBlind
* PluckyComicRelief: His main role in the show.



%%* ThirdPersonPerson
%%* TeamPet: Kind of.



%%* BaldOfAwesome



%%* MrExposition: Sometimes.

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%%* * MrExposition: Sometimes.This is frequently his role.



* %% {{Adorkable}}: He certainly has his moments.

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* %% {{Adorkable}}: He certainly has his moments.moments in the TV show.



%%* GuileHero



%%* JamesBondage



%%* NiceGuy

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%%* NiceGuy * NiceGuy: Was his main characterization at first, but he received more depth as both the comic and show went on.



* AdaptationalHeroism: He's a hero from the start in the show, whereas he was a villain who underwent a HeelFaceTurn in the comics.



%%* BoisterousBruiser



%%* EpicFlail



%%* RidiculouslyCuteCritter



%%* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: And how.

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%%* * RidiculouslyCuteCritter: And how.how. Just look at that thing!



* PetTheDog: When he shows thanks to Cedric, it seems genuine.

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* PetTheDog: When he shows thanks to Cedric, it seems genuine. Subverted in both the comics and show, as he eventually reveals he cares nothing for Cedric, causes Cedric to turn on him.



%%* PsychoticSmirk



%%* SlasherSmile



* AntiVillain: In the comics, where his motivation for doing evil is to find some place where he can truly belong.



* TheDreaded: In the comic, to the point that ''Orube'' was scared when she encountered him unexpectedly on Earth. She grows out of it when she finds out he had been BroughtDownToNormal by Kandrakar... Except they should have ''still'' feared him.

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* TheDreaded: In the comic, to the point that ''Orube'' was scared when she encountered him unexpectedly on Earth. She grows out of it when she finds out he had been BroughtDownToNormal by Kandrakar... Except except they should have ''still'' feared him.him, as his mind is his greatest asset.



* TheFarmerAndTheViper: At one point, he's captured by the rebels of Meridian and sentenced to execution; Will saves him at risk to her own live, and Cedric immediately attacks her and tries to kill her. It's the sight of this that finally gets Elyon to doubt that Phobos and his regime are as clean as he claims they are.

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* TheFarmerAndTheViper: At one point, he's captured by the rebels of Meridian and sentenced to execution; Will saves him at risk to her own live, and Cedric immediately attacks her and tries to kill her. It's the sight of this that finally gets both Vathek to pull a HeelFaceTurn ''and'' Elyon to doubt that Phobos and his regime are as clean as he claims they are.



* HazyFeelTurn: Is in this state for much of his final story arc in the comics, working with the Guardians while secretly being in league with Ludmoore, but refusing to fully commit to Ludmoore either and occasionally entertaining the idea of genuinely helping the Guardians defeat him, [[spoiler: which he does, at the cost of his life.]]



%%* LoveRedeems: [[spoiler:In the comic.]]

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%%* * LoveRedeems: [[spoiler:In [[spoiler: In the comic.comic, but it is a RedemptionEqualsDeath.]]



%%* PhysicalGod



* RealNameAsAnAlias: In his human form, he uses the name "Cedric Hoffman." Though when he first meets the Guardians, he uses the name "Rick Hoffman."

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* RealNameAsAnAlias: In his human form, he uses the name "Cedric Hoffman." Though when he first meets the Guardians, he uses the name "Rick Hoffman." Hoffman", and only reveals his real name to Elyon.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler: He dies TakingTheBullet for Orube in the comics.]]]



%%* TomTheDarkLord



%%* ConsummateLiar



%%* ManipulativeBitch



%%* UncannyValleyGirl



** She won't hurt or murder [[spoiler:her family, even when Caleb outright defies her]].

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** She won't hurt or murder [[spoiler:her family, even when Caleb outright defies her]].her, although she's not above non-lethal attacks to get them out of the way]].



%%* EvilSorceress

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%%* EvilSorceress* EvilSorceress: Especially in her aged form.



%%* ManipulativeBitch

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%%* ManipulativeBitch* ManipulativeBitch: Her manipulations make Phobos look like an amateur.



%%* TragicVillain

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%%* TragicVillain* TragicVillain: She is essentially [[EvilCounterpart Will if Will had gone completely insane with power and self-righteous convictions.]]



%%* AntiVillain: Big-time Type I.
%%* AvengingTheVillain

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%%* * AntiVillain: Big-time Type I.
%%* AvengingTheVillain
I, who has devoted his life to a code of honor.



%%* MookLieutenant: In his first appearance.



%%* AvengingTheVillain



%%* BraidsOfBarbarism
%%* BountyHunter



%%* ScarilyCompetentTracker
%%* TheyHaveTheScent



%%* ShapeShifter



%%* DeadpanSnarker



%%* OfficeLady



%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair



%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair



%%* DonutMessWithACop



%%* {{Housewife}}



%%* {{Keet}}



%%* SweetTooth



%%* BigOlEyebrows



%%* EducationMama



%%* NiceGuy



%%* TallDarkAndHandsome
%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair



%%* BritishStuffiness



%%* GreenEyes



%%* SharpDressedMan



%%* {{Housewife}}



%%* AnnoyingYoungerSibling



%%* GenkiGirl



%%* [[spoiler: RealityWarper]]



%%* {{Megane}}



%%* NervousWreck
%%* NiceGuy



%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair

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%%* * YouGottaHaveBlueHair



%%* ArrangedMarriage: Was in one.
%%* FormerTeenRebel: See RebelliousPrincess.

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%%* * ArrangedMarriage: Was in one.
%%* * FormerTeenRebel: See RebelliousPrincess.



%%* MamaBear



%%* PrimAndProperBun



%%* PrimAndProperBun



* AdaptationalHeroism: He is introduced in the show as a former bad boy who becomes Taranee's love interest. In the comics, he starts off as a member of Uriah's gang and partakes in bullying up until his HeelFaceTurn.



%%* LongHairedPrettyBoy



* RememberTheNewGuy: When he's introduced in the show, it's mentioned he used to hang out with Uriah's gang, but this was never seen, unlike the comics where he was part of the gang from the start.



%%* {{Adorkable}}



%%* NiceGuy



%%* {{Adorkable}}

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%%* {{Adorkable}} * {{Adorkable}}: A genuine NiceGuy who is also a big dork.



%%* NiceGuy
* OddFriendship: He's mentioned to be good friends with Nigel.

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%%* NiceGuy
* OddFriendship: He's mentioned to be good friends with Nigel. Nigel in both the comics and show.



%%* SicklyNeuroticGeek



%%* MessyHair



%%* LongHairedPrettyBoy

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%%* * LongHairedPrettyBoy



%%* TallDarkAndHandsome

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%%* * TallDarkAndHandsome
13th Apr '18 10:11:19 PM Jayalaw
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* EasilyForgiven: Particularly in the animated series. Granted, she ''was'' [[UnwittingPawn suckered into it all]], but she '''was''' warned by the Guardians several times about it and received several hints, but never caught on until it was too late, yet all the Guardians forgive her immediately afterwards for all the times she tried to blast them. Will in particular takes the blame for refusing to tell her anything. With that said, karma does eventually hit her; being Queen means that she has to handle both the boring and dangerous decisions in Meridian, she gets the Guardians in trouble

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* EasilyForgiven: Particularly in the animated series. Granted, she ''was'' [[UnwittingPawn suckered into it all]], but she '''was''' warned by the Guardians several times about it and received several hints, but never caught on until it was too late, yet all the Guardians forgive her immediately afterwards for all the times she tried to blast them. Will in particular takes the blame for refusing to tell her anything. With that said, karma does eventually hit her; being Queen means that she has to handle both the boring and dangerous decisions in Meridian, she gets the Guardians in trouble with the police and has to return to Earth, and [[spoiler:Nerissa traps her in a crystal and makes her a BadassInDistress]].



* FaceHeelTurn: Goodbye, "friends"!

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* FaceHeelTurn: After Cedric tells her the truth of her origins, Goodbye, "friends"!
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* AndIMustScream: In season two, [[spoiler:Nerissa traps her in a jewel as the Heart of Meridian. No one can hear Elyon banging and screaming from inside the crystal and she ''stays'' that way for most of season two]].



* BitchInSheepsClothing: In the comics, after Cedric tells her who she is, she immediately schemes with him to lure her friends, the new Guardians, into a trap. This is while she poses as their friend, even appearing to Hay Lin at a funeral. Unlike in the show, where she was justifiably angry that they didn't tell her about being the lost princess of Meridian, the Guardians find out about their powers long after Elyon learns about hers. Fortunately, she switches back to the Guardians side after getting a much-needed HeelRealization.



* EasilyForgiven: Particularly in the animated series. Granted, she ''was'' [[UnwittingPawn suckered into it all]], but she '''was''' warned by the Guardians several times about it and received several hints, but never caught on until it was too late, yet all the Guardians forgive her immediately afterwards for all the times she tried to blast them.

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* DidntThinkThisThrough: In both the comics and the show, she leaves Earth immediately to go to Meridian/Metamoor as soon as Cedric tells her about her origins. This means that the police start investigating her disappearance, and AdultFear ensues when her friends are investigated. In the show, it's even worse in that her friend Alchemy was worried sick about her. As a result, Elyon and her adoptive parents return and spin the story that they were traveling for months, with Elyon transferring out of her school at the end of the school year. She's also truly regretful when seeing how worried Alchemy was.
* EasilyForgiven: Particularly in the animated series. Granted, she ''was'' [[UnwittingPawn suckered into it all]], but she '''was''' warned by the Guardians several times about it and received several hints, but never caught on until it was too late, yet all the Guardians forgive her immediately afterwards for all the times she tried to blast them. Will in particular takes the blame for refusing to tell her anything. With that said, karma does eventually hit her; being Queen means that she has to handle both the boring and dangerous decisions in Meridian, she gets the Guardians in trouble



* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: In both comics and show, she starts as the Guardians' friend and classmate, only to switch sides as soon as Cedric tells her the truth about her origins. There are some divergences:
** Comics only: When her friends find her in Meridian and say they're relieved she's okay, she tries to arrest them and takes Taranee hostage. Then she undergoes a HeelRealization after Will saves Cedric's life and Cedric is an UngratefulBastard, especially when Cornelia seeks her out and Elyon learns that Phobos lied to her about her royal status. After a few more red flags, she saves her adoptive parents from being assassinated in prison and trusts the Guardians to protect her at the coronation, where she witnesses Phobos attempting to murder her Astral Drop.
** Show only: Starts to realize that her friends aren't evil, but still believes she is at home with people who love her and that the Guardians, especially Cornelia, are misguided. Then Phobos tries to kill her at her coronation, and Cornelia saves her. Then she lashes out at Phobos and helps the Guardians imprison him.



* LaserGuidedKarma: She spends the second half of season one unwittingly manipulating the rebel forces through her powers, accidentally hurting her normal and Guardian friends when they're worried about her, and only learning that Phobos wants her dead when he absorbs her powers at coronation. Come season two, she's burdened with the responsibilities of being queen, has to return to Earth when Alchemy reports her disappearance, and then gets manipulated again by [[spoiler:Nerissa into surrendering her power when she's given false memories of her parents. Then she's trapped in a crystal for most of season two, banging at the walls desperately and screaming]].



* AdaptationalSpeciesChange: Caleb in the comics is one of Phobos's former plant advisers who decided to rebel. In the show, he's fully human [[spoiler:and the son of one of the former Guardians]].



* DarkAndTroubledPast: The comics has being a former minion of Phobos before defecting. The cartoon doesn't include that, but he grew up as an orphan and his home was under the control of the cruel Phobos. Both version have him in rebellion.

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* DarkAndTroubledPast: The comics has being a former minion of Phobos before defecting. The cartoon doesn't include that, but he grew up as an orphan and his home was under the control of the cruel Phobos. Both version versions have him in rebellion.



* AnguishedDeclarationOfLove: Nerissa admits to Yan Lin and Halinor that she loved Cassidy and regrets what happened.



* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: WordOfGod says that she does truly love [[spoiler: her son, Caleb,]] and his father. It is ''not'', however, a case of LoveRedeems.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: In the comic she flatly admits to be ''terrified'' by the criminals Kandrakar is holding in the Tower of Mists, that are implied to be way more evil than her (as Kandrakar didn't see fit to lock her there after she murdered a fellow Guardian).

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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: WordOfGod says that she does truly love [[spoiler: her son, Caleb,]] and his father. It is ''not'', however, a case of LoveRedeems. \n She also says she loved Cassidy and regrets killing her.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: EvenEvilHasStandards:
**
In the comic she flatly admits to be ''terrified'' by the criminals Kandrakar is holding in the Tower of Mists, that are implied to be way more evil than her (as Kandrakar didn't see fit to lock her there after she murdered a fellow Guardian).Guardian).
** Halinor and Yan Lin manages to talk her down when they ask if she'll murder them like she murdered Cassidy. She looks truly regretful when she says she loved Cassidy and flees. One of the first things she tries to do as soon as she can is to [[spoiler:resurrect Cassidy, who would rather stay dead]].
** She won't hurt or murder [[spoiler:her family, even when Caleb outright defies her]].


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* FatalFlaw: Nerissa's is her desire to recreate the Guardians of her time and regain a Heart of power. She was imprisoned for murdering Cassidy, who was given the Heart of Kandrakar when Nerissa proved irresponsible, and as soon as she's free she manipulates circumstances to gain enough power to [[spoiler:brainwash her friends and bring Cassidy back from the dead]]. Yan Lin outright calls her out for this, and [[spoiler:Cassidy keeps snarking that she doesn't ''want'' to be resurrected]]. This also means it was technically her fault that Phobos went unchallenged for so long.


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* MoralityPet: [[spoiler:She won't allow anyone to hurt Caleb, or his father. With that said, she will try to incapacitate Caleb when possible]].
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