History FurryConfusion / DisneyAndPixar

15th Feb '17 12:19:43 AM rva98014
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* It is {{Implied|Trope}} that ''only'' mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' are anthropomorphic, while all others are the same as in real life. The film likely avoids actually showing non-anthropomorphic animals because [[WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief this would be extremely distracting]]--the closest it gets is a few signs indicating [[NoCartoonFish fish are sold as food]].
** The only non-anthropomorphic animals shown are house flies flying around Yax the yak.
** The directors have implied on their Twitter than other tetrapods (i.e. birds, reptiles) ''may'' be intelligent as well, but haven't been seen yet.

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* It is {{Implied|Trope}} that ''only'' mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' are anthropomorphic, while all others are the same as in real life. The film likely avoids actually showing non-anthropomorphic animals because [[WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief this would be extremely distracting]]--the closest it gets is a few signs indicating [[NoCartoonFish fish are sold as food]].
** The only non-anthropomorphic animals shown are house flies flying around Yax the yak.
** The directors have implied on their Twitter than other tetrapods (i.e. birds, reptiles) ''may'' be intelligent as well, but haven't been seen yet.

9th Feb '17 11:02:26 PM HarpieSiren
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** One episode of ''House of Mouse'' was actually about DonaldDuck attempting to fly like other Disney characters that somehow possess flight (Disney/{{Dumbo}}, [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} The Magic Carpet]], [[Disney/TheJungleBook Buzzy, Dizzy, Ziggy, and Flaps,]] and [[Disney/TheHunchbackofNotreDame Victor, Hugo, and Laverne]]), and when he gives up, he actually had to be helped by Disney/PeterPan of all characters! (that episode actually marked the first time we ever get to hear Peter Pan sing) His desire to fly seems to stem from the fact that internally he knows that, as a duck, he ''should'' be able to fly, and the reason he can't is because he ''doesn't have wings''. Donald temporarily dubs himself "Donald Donkey" since "Donkeys can't fly" (cue Dumbo)

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** One episode of ''House of Mouse'' was actually about DonaldDuck attempting to fly like other Disney characters that somehow possess flight (Disney/{{Dumbo}}, [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} The Magic Carpet]], [[Disney/TheJungleBook Buzzy, Dizzy, Ziggy, and Flaps,]] and [[Disney/TheHunchbackofNotreDame Victor, Hugo, and Laverne]]), and when he gives up, he actually had to be helped by Disney/PeterPan of all characters! (that episode actually marked the first time we ever get to hear Peter Pan sing) His desire to fly seems to stem from the fact that internally he knows that, as a duck, he ''should'' be able to fly, and the reason he can't is because he ''doesn't have wings''. Donald temporarily dubs himself "Donald Donkey" since "Donkeys can't fly" (cue Dumbo)flying donkey)
7th Feb '17 10:07:29 PM HarpieSiren
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** One episode of ''House of Mouse'' was actually about DonaldDuck attempting to fly like other Disney characters that somehow possess flight (Disney/{{Dumbo}}, [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} The Magic Carpet]], [[Disney/TheJungleBook Buzzy, Dizzy, Ziggy, and Flaps,]] and [[Disney/TheHunchbackofNotreDame Victor, Hugo, and Laverne]]), and when he gives up, he actually had to be helped by Disney/PeterPan of all characters! (that episode actually marked the first time we ever get to hear Peter Pan sing) His desire to fly seems to stem from the fact that internally knows that, as a duck, he ''should'' be able to fly, and the reason he can't is because he ''doesn't have wings''. Donald temporarily dubs himself "Donald Donkey" since "Donkeys can't fly" (cur Dumbo)

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** One episode of ''House of Mouse'' was actually about DonaldDuck attempting to fly like other Disney characters that somehow possess flight (Disney/{{Dumbo}}, [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} The Magic Carpet]], [[Disney/TheJungleBook Buzzy, Dizzy, Ziggy, and Flaps,]] and [[Disney/TheHunchbackofNotreDame Victor, Hugo, and Laverne]]), and when he gives up, he actually had to be helped by Disney/PeterPan of all characters! (that episode actually marked the first time we ever get to hear Peter Pan sing) His desire to fly seems to stem from the fact that internally he knows that, as a duck, he ''should'' be able to fly, and the reason he can't is because he ''doesn't have wings''. Donald temporarily dubs himself "Donald Donkey" since "Donkeys can't fly" (cur (cue Dumbo)
7th Feb '17 10:02:44 PM HarpieSiren
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** One episode of ''House of Mouse'' was actually about DonaldDuck attempting to fly like other Disney characters that somehow possess flight (Disney/{{Dumbo}}, [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} The Magic Carpet]], [[Disney/TheJungleBook Buzzy, Dizzy, Ziggy, and Flaps,]] and [[Disney/TheHunchbackofNotreDame Victor, Hugo, and Laverne]]), and when he gives up, he actually had to be helped by Disney/PeterPan of all characters! (that episode actually marked the first time we ever get to hear Peter Pan sing) Wait a minute, isn't Donald supposed to be a ''bird?''
*** This is addressed, indirectly, in the episode, when Donald temporarily dubs himself "Donald Donkey" as "Donkeys can't fly", indicating that he internally knows that, as a duck, he ''should'' be able to fly.

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** One episode of ''House of Mouse'' was actually about DonaldDuck attempting to fly like other Disney characters that somehow possess flight (Disney/{{Dumbo}}, [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} The Magic Carpet]], [[Disney/TheJungleBook Buzzy, Dizzy, Ziggy, and Flaps,]] and [[Disney/TheHunchbackofNotreDame Victor, Hugo, and Laverne]]), and when he gives up, he actually had to be helped by Disney/PeterPan of all characters! (that episode actually marked the first time we ever get to hear Peter Pan sing) Wait a minute, isn't Donald supposed His desire to be a ''bird?''
*** This is addressed, indirectly, in
fly seems to stem from the episode, when Donald temporarily dubs himself "Donald Donkey" as "Donkeys can't fly", indicating fact that he internally knows that, as a duck, he ''should'' be able to fly.fly, and the reason he can't is because he ''doesn't have wings''. Donald temporarily dubs himself "Donald Donkey" since "Donkeys can't fly" (cur Dumbo)
19th Jan '17 3:13:24 PM ElSquibbonator
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** The directors have implied on their Twitter than other tetrapods (i.e. birds, reptiles) ''may'' be intelligent as well, but haven't been seen yet.
18th Dec '16 11:43:34 AM 64SuperNintendo
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* It is {{Implied|Trope}} that ''only'' mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' are anthropomorphic, while all others are the same as in real life. The film likely avoids actually showing non-anthropomorphic animals because [[WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief this would be extremely distracting]]--the closest it gets is a few signs indicating [[NoCartoonFish fish are sold as food]]

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* It is {{Implied|Trope}} that ''only'' mammals in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' are anthropomorphic, while all others are the same as in real life. The film likely avoids actually showing non-anthropomorphic animals because [[WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief this would be extremely distracting]]--the closest it gets is a few signs indicating [[NoCartoonFish fish are sold as food]]food]].
13th Oct '16 3:48:43 PM EdnaWalker
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** The only non-anthropomorphic animals shown are house flies flying around Yax the yak.
10th Oct '16 5:40:35 PM Snicka
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** The show gets even weirder when you consider the source material. Baloo, Louie and Shere Khan were characters from Disney's ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', and were pretty anthropomorphic to begin with. Suddenly it's the 1930s, and the same characters are wearing clothes, flying planes, etc. Their designs changed a bit as well; Baloo traded his claws for fingers, but otherwise looked the same. Khan on the other hand went [[FourLegsGoodTwoLegsBetter from a quadruped to a biped]], a much more noticeable change.

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** The show gets even weirder when you consider the source material. Baloo, Louie and Shere Khan were characters from Disney's ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', and were pretty anthropomorphic to begin with. [[NearlyNormalAnimal Largely Normal Animals]] who could [[AnimalTalk talk among each other]] and make human-like facial expressions and hand gestures, but lived in the jungle and walked around naked. Suddenly it's the 1930s, [[AnthropomorphicShift and the same characters are wearing clothes, flying planes, planes]], etc. Their designs changed a bit as well; Baloo traded his claws for fingers, but otherwise looked the same. Khan on the other hand went [[FourLegsGoodTwoLegsBetter from a quadruped to a biped]], a much more noticeable change.
10th Oct '16 5:27:52 PM Snicka
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*** [[WildMassGuessing Maybe Richard's queen is a fox, whose sister is Marian's mother.]]
10th Oct '16 5:22:46 PM Snicka
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* With all of this in mind, ''Disney/TheLionKing'' level in ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' is just a carnival of Furry Confusion. Donald is temporarily a non-anthro bird who can ''fly'' and Pete is a non-anthro cat (more specifically, a lion). What makes it worse is the fact that Donald comments on Sora's transformation (into a lion) while avoiding any mention of Goofy's or his own. It should be mentioned that Donald's non-Anthro form is identified, in the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' literature as "Bird Donald". Try to read that without having a PsychicNosebleed.

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* With all of this in mind, ''Disney/TheLionKing'' level in ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' is just a carnival of Furry Confusion. Donald is temporarily a non-anthro bird who can ''fly'' and ''fly'', Pete is a non-anthro cat (more specifically, a lion).lion), while Goofy is, out of all animals, a [[TurtlePower tortoise]]. What makes it worse is the fact that Donald comments on Sora's transformation (into a lion) while avoiding any mention of Goofy's or his own. It should be mentioned that Donald's non-Anthro form is identified, in the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' literature as "Bird Donald". Try to read that without having a PsychicNosebleed.
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