History WMG / BeautyAndTheBeast

22nd Mar '17 4:35:51 PM ihavenolife
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* This would also explain him eating 4 dozen eggs as a kid to get larger. He may have been aware of his homoerotic tendencies as a child and tried to become hypermasculine in order to make up for it. Also explains him still being extremely hammy and over-the-top. And maybe the reason he goes after Belle is because he knows he doesn't stand a chance with her and that even if they get married, they probably wouldn't be very intimate with one another. But then again, he becomes increasingly persistent with Belle, but that might have more to do with his general inability to cope with rejection (be it romantic or not) and just general insecurity, or the reputation he has among the townspeople as a man who stops at nothing to get what he wants (may be an example of [[BecomingTheMask]].
19th Mar '17 5:32:58 PM mrluntishysterical
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On the other hand, the sequel does focus on Belle celebrating Christmas.
14th Mar '17 9:58:55 AM Fae-the-Pixie-Queen
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\n\n\n[[WMG: Lumiere is bisexual.]]
It's just that it's an easier explanation as to why he seems flirty to both Cogsworth and the feather duster lady.


6th Mar '17 9:32:29 AM AreYouTyler
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[[WMG: The Prince's real name isn't Adam]]

A trivia game published by Disney Interactive stated that his real name was Adam, but Disney itself (as well as the animators) confirmed that they never had the time to name the Prince. Any ideas what his name might be?



That person is the Doctor. Belle was going to be his companion after he regenerated from the Beast into Adam. He's also Gaston because that was him in the past under the effect of a Chameleon Arch. It's wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff.

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That person is [[Franchise/DoctorWho the Doctor. Doctor]]. Belle was going to be his companion after he regenerated from the Beast into Adam.the Prince. He's also Gaston because that was him in the past under the effect of a Chameleon Arch. It's wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff.
24th Jul '16 7:09:00 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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Based on Disney's ''Disney/TheSwordintheStone,'' where Merlin has mobile furniture that can follow orders. Of course Nimue as his girlfriend (in [[Literature/TheOnceAndFutureKing the novel]] that Disney's ''Sword and the Stone'' is adapted from) would have learned the spells to grant furniture mobility from Merlin and have perfected it by turning people into furniture which fixes the bugs (such as Merlin's sugar bowl giving him too much sugar) The enchantress is also a beautiful blonde woman, and Nimue is normally portrayed as blonde. The flaws in this WMG are that granting furniture mobility seems to be a standard trick of magic users in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon. The good fairies in ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' as well as the sorcerer (and his apprentice) in the Sorcerer's Apprentice segment of ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' show ability in this sort of spell.

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Based on Disney's ''Disney/TheSwordintheStone,'' ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone,'' where Merlin has mobile furniture that can follow orders. Of course Nimue as his girlfriend (in [[Literature/TheOnceAndFutureKing the novel]] that Disney's ''Sword and the Stone'' is adapted from) would have learned the spells to grant furniture mobility from Merlin and have perfected it by turning people into furniture which fixes the bugs (such as Merlin's sugar bowl giving him too much sugar) The enchantress is also a beautiful blonde woman, and Nimue is normally portrayed as blonde. The flaws in this WMG are that granting furniture mobility seems to be a standard trick of magic users in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon. The good fairies in ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' as well as the sorcerer (and his apprentice) in the Sorcerer's Apprentice segment of ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' show ability in this sort of spell.
17th Jul '16 12:06:01 PM Ymirsdaughter
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[[WMG: The enchantress made everyone forget about the prince]]
She put a forgetfulness clause in the curse. That's the only way to explain how everyone forgot about him and his castle: SunnydaleSyndrome.
17th Jul '16 6:26:53 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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[[WMG: The Rose was also the Beast's SoulJar]]
The last petal falls just when he [[spoiler: supposedly dies]].

15th Jul '16 9:15:18 AM Ymirsdaughter
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Or at least in his late teens. The enchantress was ''giving'' him twenty-one years, merely freezing everyone's aging process while the curse lasted so that when he turned back the prince looked twenty instead of forty.

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Or at least in his late teens. The enchantress was ''giving'' him twenty-one years, merely freezing everyone's aging process while the curse lasted so that when he turned back the prince looked twenty instead of forty. ''Lumiere'' can't do math; or maybe he's just lost track of time after so many years as a piece of furniture.
15th Jul '16 9:13:20 AM Ymirsdaughter
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[[WMG: The prince was an adult when cursed.]]
Or at least in his late teens. The enchantress was ''giving'' him twenty-one years, merely freezing everyone's aging process while the curse lasted so that when he turned back the prince looked twenty instead of forty.
23rd Jun '16 12:24:18 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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** Going with this, am I the only one who noticed how the bookseller looks like Count Olaf? Hm, hm, hm…
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