History Headscratchers / PeterPan

12th Jun '18 8:56:27 PM sugaricequeen
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** The sequel hints that Hook was based on Mr. Darling's father, possibly. While they aren't voiced by the same actor, Hook and Jane's father Edward are similar in that they try to entice Jane into being too grown-up for things like stories, fun, and games. Said enticing was obviously less malicious in her father's case, but they're both still responsible for the character flaw Jane needs to overcome by the end of the film.
12th Jun '18 1:44:50 PM sugaricequeen
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* Sooo, does Hook not know that people age normally on the mainland? He does understand the concept of growing up, so why did he think Wendy would still be a child when he mistook Jane for her?
11th Jun '18 5:28:04 AM sugaricequeen
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** Considering Neverland is often described as being influenced by the dreams and imaginations of children, it's likely that Hook gets new, nameless crew members as kids dream about them. It's not like any of them are all that important outside of himself and Smee.
10th Jun '18 9:38:20 PM sugaricequeen
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** Why is this such a mystery to some people? It's a crocodile. It can't be that hard to kill.
10th Jun '18 9:14:29 PM sugaricequeen
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* As much as I love the sequel, why does Hook have to go looking for Peter's hideaway again, when he already found out where it was in the first film, and Peter appears to still be living in the same place here? Did Hook forget its location since then, or did the bomb he left in the first film demolish the place, and Peter managed to find another one that looked exactly like it?
10th Jun '18 9:06:50 PM sugaricequeen
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* Okay, so in the book's universe, if a child says, "I don't believe in fairies", a fairy dies. I have three questions about that: 1.) What if they're quoting someone else? 2.) What if a child says that fairies ''probably'' don't exist without outright denying their existence? 3.) What if an ''adult'' says that they don't believe in fairies?

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* Okay, so in the book's universe, if a child says, "I don't believe in fairies", a fairy dies. I have three questions about that: 1.) What if they're quoting someone else? 2.) What if a child says that fairies ''probably'' don't exist without outright denying their existence? 3.) What if an ''adult'' says that they don't believe in fairies?fairies?
** 1.) I would imagine that intent matters with this sort of thing, though I could be wrong. 2.) It's still possible to believe in something even as you acknowledge it's probably not real. Just as long as you don't outright denounce your faith in it, I'd assume it's safe. 3.) I have seen versions of the story that expand the phrase to include everyone, not just children.
23rd May '18 10:26:59 PM Unicorndance
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* Okay, so in the book's universe, if a child says, "I don't believe in fairies", a fairy dies. I have three questions about that: 1.) What if they're quoting someone else? 2.) What if a child says that fairies ''probably'' doesn't exist without outright denying their existence? 3.) What if an ''adult'' says that they don't believe in fairies?

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* Okay, so in the book's universe, if a child says, "I don't believe in fairies", a fairy dies. I have three questions about that: 1.) What if they're quoting someone else? 2.) What if a child says that fairies ''probably'' doesn't don't exist without outright denying their existence? 3.) What if an ''adult'' says that they don't believe in fairies?
23rd May '18 10:26:22 PM Unicorndance
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** It's possible that Hook himself and the rest of the pirates are Lost Boys that escaped from Peter Pan due to be killed.

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** It's possible that Hook himself and the rest of the pirates are Lost Boys that escaped from Peter Pan due to be killed.killed.
* Okay, so in the book's universe, if a child says, "I don't believe in fairies", a fairy dies. I have three questions about that: 1.) What if they're quoting someone else? 2.) What if a child says that fairies ''probably'' doesn't exist without outright denying their existence? 3.) What if an ''adult'' says that they don't believe in fairies?
25th Feb '18 4:28:31 PM tyrekecorrea
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** [[AWizardDidIt She's magic]]. Because this is Disney, [[{{Handwaved}} we let it go]].

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** [[AWizardDidIt She's magic]]. Because this is Disney, [[{{Handwaved}} we let it go]].
go]]. It looks like Peter's words to Tinker Bell restored her HeroicResolve and helped her get going again, though.
25th Feb '18 4:23:09 PM tyrekecorrea
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* [[AWizardDidIt She's magic]]. Because this is Disney, [[{{Handwaved}} we let it go]].

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* ** [[AWizardDidIt She's magic]]. Because this is Disney, [[{{Handwaved}} we let it go]].
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