History Disney / SleepingBeauty

23rd Jun '16 8:53:19 AM dsneybuf
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4th Jun '16 6:13:50 PM LovePsychothefirst
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* ForgotAboutHerPowers: The fairies attempt to physically force down a wall/partition to get to an entranced Aurora before suddenly remembering they have wands and can magic it away. [[JusfitedTrope Justified]] as they spent 16 years without magic before then.

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* ForgotAboutHerPowers: The fairies attempt to physically force down a wall/partition to get to an entranced Aurora before suddenly remembering they have wands and can magic it away. [[JusfitedTrope [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] as they spent 16 years without magic before then.



** Merryweather's impulsiveness worsens the situation on more than one occasion. As well as the aforementioned 'argument' with Flora over the dress's colour (though this is also equally Flora's fault), she outright tells Maleficent that she wasn't wanted at the christening, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero possibly leading to the curse]]. She also tries to attack Maleficent when she insults Prince Phillip and has to be pulled back by Flora [[spoiler:(which alerts Diablo the raven to their presence)]]. She also (quite bluntly) tells Maleficent that she wasn't wanted at the christening, which set Maleficent off.

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** Merryweather's impulsiveness worsens the situation on more than one occasion. As well as the aforementioned 'argument' with Flora over the dress's colour (though this is also equally Flora's fault), she outright tells Maleficent that she wasn't wanted at the christening, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero possibly leading to the curse]]. She also tries to attack Maleficent when she insults Prince Phillip and has to be pulled back by Flora [[spoiler:(which alerts Diablo the raven to their presence)]]. She also (quite bluntly) tells Maleficent that she wasn't wanted at the christening, which set Maleficent off.
4th Jun '16 6:09:42 PM LovePsychothefirst
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* ForgotAboutHerPowers: The fairies attempt to physically force down a wall/partition to get to an entranced Aurora before suddenly remembering they have wands and can magic it away.

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* ForgotAboutHerPowers: The fairies attempt to physically force down a wall/partition to get to an entranced Aurora before suddenly remembering they have wands and can magic it away. [[JusfitedTrope Justified]] as they spent 16 years without magic before then.
12th May '16 5:20:13 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HandGagging: Flora shushes the other fairies this way. A goon also does this to Phillip for a second.



* PuttingAHandOverHisMouth: Flora shushes the other fairies this way. A goon also does this to Phillip for a second.
14th Apr '16 11:20:02 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: If Stefan had invited Maleficent to come to the party, she presumably would not have cursed Aurora. (Of course, there was no guarantee she wouldn't have done something worse; it's rather easy to discern the reason why nobody would invite someone like her.)
** Considering Maleficent is basically an [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classifications_of_fairies Unseelie Faerie]], inviting her in is the VERY LAST THING you'd ever want to do (and likely the very last thing you WOULD do). His fatal mistake was not sufficiently warding his palace to keep her out; perhaps his wards were dropped for the Seelie (good) fairies. Even so...
** He and the queen also blow it when Maleficent crashes the party, expresses her offense, and then slowly turns to leave; clearly giving them a chance to apologize and ask her to stay. Instead, Stefan says nothing and the queen asks if she's offended that they don't want her there. Maleficent [[BlatantLies assures her she isn't]], then bestows her own "gift" for their daughter. (Again though, she probably would have found some excuse to strike at them even if they had invited her stay.)
7th Apr '16 3:03:52 AM k410ren
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* FailedASpotCheck: The Three Fairies try their darnedest to cover up their magic within the cottage and do cover up every nook and cranny... except the fireplace. This might be justified as Maleficent's curse in action.

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* FailedASpotCheck: The Three Fairies try their darnedest to cover up their magic within the cottage and do cover up every nook and cranny... except the fireplace. This might be justified as Maleficent's curse in action. Doubles as {{Foreshadowing}} when Maleficent lures Aurora away through the fireplace.


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* FascinatingEyebrow: Aurora's left eyebrow is raised as she follows the light up the stairs.
7th Apr '16 2:53:31 AM k410ren
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** Merryweather's impulsiveness worsens the situation on more than one occasion. As well as the aforementioned 'argument' with Flora over the dress's colour (though this is also equally Flora's fault), she outright tells Maleficent that she wasn't wanted at the christening, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero possibly leading to the curse]]. She also tries to attack Maleficent when she insults Prince Phillip and has to be pulled back by Flora [[spoiler:(which alerts Diablo the raven to their presence)]].

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** Merryweather's impulsiveness worsens the situation on more than one occasion. As well as the aforementioned 'argument' with Flora over the dress's colour (though this is also equally Flora's fault), she outright tells Maleficent that she wasn't wanted at the christening, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero possibly leading to the curse]]. She also tries to attack Maleficent when she insults Prince Phillip and has to be pulled back by Flora [[spoiler:(which alerts Diablo the raven to their presence)]]. She also (quite bluntly) tells Maleficent that she wasn't wanted at the christening, which set Maleficent off.


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** Phillip (again) when the door of the cottage closes and Maleficent's goons jump him.


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-->'''Maleficent''': You poor, simple fools, thinking you could defeat me. ME, the Mistress of all evil! Well, ''here's'' your precious princess!
6th Apr '16 2:06:18 AM Maniago
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* NoOntologicalInertia: zigzagged; Maleficent's death causes the thorns she summoned earlier to disappear, but does not undo the curse put on Aurora; Phillip still has to kiss her.
26th Mar '16 7:09:21 PM Jayalaw
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** Discussed when Flora suggests turning Aurora into a flower, since a flower doesn't have fingers to prick. Merrywether points out that Maleficent would anticipate something like that and send a frost to kill the flower-Aurora.

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** Discussed when Flora suggests turning Aurora into a flower, since a flower doesn't have fingers to prick. Merrywether Merryweather points out that Maleficent would anticipate something like that and send a frost to kill the flower-Aurora.



** Fauna over ASpotOfTea suggests reasoning with Maleficent since she cast the curse out of feeling slighted, and that Maleficent "can't be all bad". Flora and Merrywether shoot that plan down since Maleficent won't listen to reason and she is ''definitely'' all bad.

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** Fauna over ASpotOfTea suggests reasoning with Maleficent since she cast the curse out of feeling slighted, and that Maleficent "can't be all bad". Flora and Merrywether Merryweather shoot that plan down since Maleficent won't listen to reason and she is ''definitely'' all bad.


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* WhamShot:
** Maleficent revealing the comatose "precious princess" to the fairies.
** Maleficent standing in the shadows of the cottage as her minions ambush Phillip.
26th Mar '16 4:28:23 PM Jayalaw
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* LethalChef: Fauna when baking a cake, despite following the recipe to the tee. Her problem is that she is LiteralMinded about things like "fold in two eggs". Fortunately she's much more adept when cooking with magic, since all she has to do is tell the ingredients to "follow what it says here the book".


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* LoopholeAbuse:
** Subverted when Stefan orders all the spinning wheels in the kingdom burned, since Maleficent's curse forms a new spindle for Aurora on which to prick her finger. Lampshaded by the fairies as they watch the bonfires.
** Discussed when Flora suggests turning Aurora into a flower, since a flower doesn't have fingers to prick. Merrywether points out that Maleficent would anticipate something like that and send a frost to kill the flower-Aurora.


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* PapaWolf: The minute Maleficent casts the curse, Stefan orders his guards to seize her. Though they're as helpless as he is to stop Maleficent from leaving, he still does all that he can to protect his daughter, from burning all the kingdom's spindles to agreeing with the fairies to send Aurora into hiding.


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* StatingTheSimpleSolution:
** Stefan's first large decree after Maleficent curses his daughter is to burn all the kingdom's spinning wheels, invoking LoopholeAbuse. It doesn't work since when the curse activates, Maleficent simply creates a new one out of thin air.
** Fauna over ASpotOfTea suggests reasoning with Maleficent since she cast the curse out of feeling slighted, and that Maleficent "can't be all bad". Flora and Merrywether shoot that plan down since Maleficent won't listen to reason and she is ''definitely'' all bad.
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