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25th Dec '15 12:59:01 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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* Peter doesn't need his shadow to fly! He can just use Tinkerbe... [[Franchise/DisneyFairies oh yeah]].
** Yes, he doesn't need it. The reason is that without his shadow he feels sad, but it's constant Happy Thinking what keeps him afloat.
2nd Dec '14 2:05:57 PM lalaTKG
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* In the original novels, the Lost Boys were children who'd fallen out of their baby carriages and never been claimed. This implies that Jake, Cubby, and Izzy are all either orphans brought to Neverland by Peter, or unclaimed children. Regardless, they've likely lived on Neverland their whole lives. They might also have come to Neverland like the Darlings, only they've completely forgotten their homes and families, because "Neverland makes you forget" (Hook, 1991).
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* In the original novels, the Lost Boys were children who'd fallen out of their baby carriages and never been claimed. This implies that Jake, Cubby, and Izzy are all either orphans brought to Neverland by Peter, or unclaimed children. Regardless, they've likely lived on Neverland their whole lives. They might also have come to Neverland like the Darlings, only they've completely forgotten their homes and families, because [[Film/{{Hook}} "Neverland makes you forget" (Hook, 1991).
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2nd Dec '14 2:05:04 PM lalaTKG
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* You know how most of the episodes are comedic and mostly inconsequential to both the main characters and the villains until the stakes are raised in a special? Well, in the original ''Peter Pan'' novel, the narrator explains that the Lost Boys, the pirates, and pretty much everyone and everything in Neverland goes around in circles trying to get the one-up on each other- until [[FisherKingdom Peter comes back and kickstarts the plot.]] Now take a guess at who appears in those aforementioned specials...

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* You know how most of the episodes are comedic and mostly inconsequential to both the main characters and the villains until the stakes are raised in a special? Well, in the original ''Peter Pan'' novel, the narrator explains that the Lost Boys, the pirates, and pretty much everyone and everything in Neverland goes go around in circles trying to get the one-up on each other- until [[FisherKingdom Peter comes back and kickstarts the plot.]] Now take a guess at who appears in those aforementioned specials...
2nd Dec '14 2:05:04 PM lalaTKG
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2nd Dec '14 2:04:49 PM lalaTKG
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* You know how most of the episodes are comedic and mostly inconsequential to both the main characters and the villains until the stakes are raised in a special? Well, in the ''Peter Pan'' novel, the narrator explains that the Lost Boys, the pirates, and pretty much everyone and everything in Neverland goes around in circles trying to get the one-up on each other- until [[FisherKingdom Peter comes back and kickstarts the plot.]] Now take a guess at who appears in those aforementioned specials...

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* You know how most of the episodes are comedic and mostly inconsequential to both the main characters and the villains until the stakes are raised in a special? Well, in the original ''Peter Pan'' novel, the narrator explains that the Lost Boys, the pirates, and pretty much everyone and everything in Neverland goes around in circles trying to get the one-up on each other- until [[FisherKingdom Peter comes back and kickstarts the plot.]] Now take a guess at who appears in those aforementioned specials...
2nd Dec '14 2:04:29 PM lalaTKG
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* You know how most of the episodes are comedic and mostly inconsequential to both the main characters and the villains until the stakes are raised in a special? Well, in the novel, the narrator explains that the Lost Boys, the pirates, and pretty much everyone and everything in Neverland goes around in circles trying to get the one-up on each other- until [[FisherKingdom Peter comes back and kickstarts the plot.]] Now take a guess at who appears in those aforementioned specials...

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* You know how most of the episodes are comedic and mostly inconsequential to both the main characters and the villains until the stakes are raised in a special? Well, in the ''Peter Pan'' novel, the narrator explains that the Lost Boys, the pirates, and pretty much everyone and everything in Neverland goes around in circles trying to get the one-up on each other- until [[FisherKingdom Peter comes back and kickstarts the plot.]] Now take a guess at who appears in those aforementioned specials...
2nd Dec '14 2:03:44 PM lalaTKG
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\n* You know how most of the episodes are comedic and mostly inconsequential to both the main characters and the villains until the stakes are raised in a special? Well, in the novel, the narrator explains that the Lost Boys, the pirates, and pretty much everyone and everything in Neverland goes around in circles trying to get the one-up on each other- until [[FisherKingdom Peter comes back and kickstarts the plot.]] Now take a guess at who appears in those aforementioned specials...
6th Mar '14 1:47:20 PM MarkLungo
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* At first, it seems like heavy doses of TookALevelInDumbass and BadassDecay when Captain Hook is thwarted by the pirate kids, until you realize that Hook has ''always'' found himself defeated by children, starting with the original PeterPan.

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* At first, it seems like heavy doses of TookALevelInDumbass and BadassDecay when Captain Hook is thwarted by the pirate kids, until you realize that Hook has ''always'' found himself defeated by children, starting with the original PeterPan.Franchise/PeterPan.
6th Mar '14 1:46:53 PM MarkLungo
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* In the original novels, the Lost Boys were children who'd fallen out of their baby carriages and never been claimed. This implies that Jake, Cubby, and Izzy are all either orphans brought to Neverland by Peter, or unclaimed children. Regardless, they've likely lived on Neverland their whole lives. They might also have come to Neverland like the Darlings, only they've completely forgotten their homes and families, because "Neverland makes you forget" (Hook, 1991).

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* In the original novels, the Lost Boys were children who'd fallen out of their baby carriages and never been claimed. This implies that Jake, Cubby, and Izzy are all either orphans brought to Neverland by Peter, or unclaimed children. Regardless, they've likely lived on Neverland their whole lives. They might also have come to Neverland like the Darlings, only they've completely forgotten their homes and families, because "Neverland makes you forget" (Hook, 1991).1991).
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29th Dec '13 9:55:23 PM nombretomado
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* Peter doesn't need his shadow to fly! He can just use Tinkerbe... [[DisneyFairies oh yeah]].

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* Peter doesn't need his shadow to fly! He can just use Tinkerbe... [[DisneyFairies [[Franchise/DisneyFairies oh yeah]].
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