History Fridge / WITCH

4th Sep '16 7:13:50 AM CorneliaHalestorm
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** Incorrect. In the cartoon, their ages aren't established too much, but it's generally assumed to still be C-W-I-T-H. Cornelia and Will are both a year older than the other girls, that's why they are in a different class (with Matt and Elyon) and Will comments in season 2 that Taranee can do her math work despite not being in the 8th grade like Will is.
4th Sep '16 7:07:33 AM CorneliaHalestorm
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* In ''J is for Jewel'', Trill shows Elyon "memories" of her parents Weira and Zaden. However, in these memories, Weira has blonde hair instead of the red she has both in the comics and in the flashback from The Stone of Threbe. This could be considered an error, until you realise Trill is Nerissa and, as such, has never actually met Queen Weira. She gave her blonde hair in the falsely constructed memory because she assumed she was blonde from Phobos and Elyon's hair colour.

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* In ''J is for Jewel'', Trill shows Elyon "memories" of her parents Weira and Zaden. However, in these memories, Weira has blonde hair instead of the red she has both in the comics and in the flashback from The ''The Stone of Threbe.Threbe''. This could be considered an error, until you realise Trill is Nerissa and, as such, has never actually met Queen Weira. She gave her blonde hair in the falsely constructed memory because she assumed she was blonde from Phobos and Elyon's hair colour.
4th Sep '16 7:06:29 AM CorneliaHalestorm
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** In ''J is for Jewel'', Trill shows Elyon "memories" of her parents Weira and Zaden. However, in these memories, Weira has blonde hair instead of the red she has both in the comics and in the flashback from The Stone of Threbe. This could be considered an error, until you realise Trill is Nerissa and, as such, has never actually met Queen Weira. She gave her blonde hair in the falsely constructed memory because she assumed she was blonde from Phobos and Elyon's hair colour.

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** * In ''J is for Jewel'', Trill shows Elyon "memories" of her parents Weira and Zaden. However, in these memories, Weira has blonde hair instead of the red she has both in the comics and in the flashback from The Stone of Threbe. This could be considered an error, until you realise Trill is Nerissa and, as such, has never actually met Queen Weira. She gave her blonde hair in the falsely constructed memory because she assumed she was blonde from Phobos and Elyon's hair colour.
4th Sep '16 7:05:57 AM CorneliaHalestorm
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** In ''J is for Jewel'', Trill shows Elyon "memories" of her parents Weira and Zaden. However, in these memories, Weira has blonde hair instead of the red she has both in the comics and in the flashback from The Stone of Threbe. This could be considered an error, until you realise Trill is Nerissa and, as such, has never actually met Queen Weira. She gave her blonde hair in the falsely constructed memory because she assumed she was blonde from Phobos and Elyon's hair colour.
22nd May '16 4:49:53 AM EDP
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* On the Guardian outfits:
** The original Guardian outfits of both W.I.T.C.H. and C.H.Y.K.N. are [[CustomUniformOfSexy sexy]] and [[BareYourMidriff show the midriff]], while the outfits of the ancient human generation of Guardians (only shown in a flashback]] are feminine ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanfu hanfu]]''. Both W.I.T.C.H. and C.H.Y.K.N. are American teenagers of the 20th century (late 20th for W.I.T.C.H., mid 20th for C.H.Y.K.N.), they'd want something sexy and somewhat rebellious, while the ancient human generation were Chinese teens or women of thousands of years ago, and dressed as such.
** By the time of the New Power saga the outfits of W.I.T.C.H. changed because ''they'' changed, and thus evolved with them.
** Taranee's New Power outfit is the only one that still shows the midriff. While the others (and especially Will) have outgrown their rebellious phase by the New Power saga, Taranee only does ''during'' the saga, after she got the new outfit (and her hair got crazier).
** Hay Lin's of Chinese descent like the ancient human Guardians, but her outfits resemble the {{Qipao}} while the ancient Guardians wore ''hanfu''. The ''hanfu'' is the traditional Han Chinese wear, and the feminine version was supplanted by the qipao (of Manchu origin) only in the 20th century.
** Yan Lin's Guardian outfit is modeled on the ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangzhuang tangzhuang]]''-pants outfit, that was originally man wear but has since grown to be worn by both genders. Back in her day, women in China were still relatively kept in traditional roles, so to fight (a traditional man's role) she gets in "men"'s clothes.
24th Apr '16 8:41:54 PM BrightLight
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** To be honest, though, the ages of the girls are interchangeable. Whoever said that from oldest to youngest is W-C-I-T-H, that's the first time I've heard someone say that. From oldest to youngest in the Comics it's C-W-I-T-H. In the Cartoon, from oldest to youngest it's C-I-T-W-H.
18th Apr '16 1:36:12 AM EDP
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** According to WordOfGod, Nerissa was originally a worthy keeper but something in their last battle weakened her bond with the other Guardians and increased her ambition too much, resulting in the Oracle trying (and failing) to stop her corruption as we know. If the programmed CHYKN spin-off will ever be made, we'll know what exactly happened.

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** According to WordOfGod, Nerissa was originally a worthy keeper but something in their last battle weakened her bond with the other Guardians and increased her ambition too much, resulting in the Oracle trying (and failing) to stop her corruption as we know. If the programmed The CHYKN spin-off will ever be made, we'll was ultimately shelved so we don't know what exactly happened.
happened, but yes, Nerissa was not destined to be corrupted... And Will, in the fourth arc, showed her heart was indeed stronger than Nerissa's.
18th Apr '16 1:34:27 AM EDP
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** According to WordOfGod, Nerissa was originally a worthy keeper but something in their last battle weakened her bond with the other Guardians and increased her ambition too much, resulting in the Oracle trying (and failing) to stop her corruption as we know. If the programmed CHYKN spin-off will ever be made, we'll know what exactly happened.
14th Apr '16 1:45:42 PM EDP
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* In the comic, Cornelia at first isn't too willing to accept Will's leadership, and made a few attempts at taking over. Before they became the Guardians of Kandrakar, the group's leader was Cornelia herself, and Will was literally the last one arrived (Taranee had arrived at the school the previous day).
4th Jan '16 9:17:14 PM Winters15
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** In "A is for Anonymous," Caleb specifically thanks [[spoiler: Trill]] for her help with the rebellion. [[spoiler: Trill was another of Nerissa's identities.]]
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