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29th Dec '16 12:28:08 PM DustSnitch
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The Friends on the Other Side are the [[BigBad Big Bads]], trying to bring about pain and destruction. However, they do not go unchallenged. There is a league of benevolent forces opposing them, organized in the same way, trying to lead everyone away from the Friends' influence. These guys are the {{Big Good}}s, helping anyone willing to oppose such forces.

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The Friends on the Other Side are the [[BigBad [[Bigdad Big Bads]], trying to bring about pain and destruction. However, they do not go unchallenged. There is a league of benevolent forces opposing them, organized in the same way, trying to lead everyone away from the Friends' influence. These guys are the {{Big Good}}s, helping anyone willing to oppose such forces.



[[WesternAnimation/ABugsLife Flik, The Ant Colony, and the Circus Bugs]]: Flik’s GadgeteerGenius, the bugs’s BadAss teamwork and tech skills, and overall minute size allow them to create incredibly complex and powerful weapons, {{Magitek}} and other tools for the rest of the group. Not to mention that being among the smallest members, they act as perhaps THE most versatile infiltrators into tricky spots.

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[[WesternAnimation/ABugsLife Flik, The Ant Colony, and the Circus Bugs]]: Flik’s GadgeteerGenius, the bugs’s BadAss badass teamwork and tech skills, and overall minute size allow them to create incredibly complex and powerful weapons, {{Magitek}} and other tools for the rest of the group. Not to mention that being among the smallest members, they act as perhaps THE most versatile infiltrators into tricky spots.
25th Dec '16 12:25:25 AM EricW
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[[WesternAnimation/DaveTheBarbarian Dave and his family]]: When Dave's mom and dad left to battle evil all over the world, that left the care of Utrogoth to their Uncle Oswidge and Princess Candy, along with Fang and Dave (the barbarian). While their parents hoped that they would eliminate evil all over the world through their battling, the friends instead decided to launch a mass attack on their home in their absence. So, the defeat of Evil fell to Dave the cowardly barbarian, Fang the ferocious, Candy the fashion obsessed, Oswidge the inept, Lula the talking sword and Faffy their dragon. Despite their many hijinks, the castle never fell to evil totally, and eventually defeated the Dark Lord Chuckles, securing the kingdom.
* However, due to their general incompetence, the council is reluctant to fully take them on battling the friends, though if Dave ever gets braver or Fang gets bigger, than they might be a shoe in. Oswidge is getting tutoring in Magic though to improve his spell casting.




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* Sofia is perhaps their most important pupil, representing innocence but also deep potential. Given her cinderella story with her heritage, the council also wants to keep an eye on her to possibly become a new princess of heart.



[[WesternAnimation/InsideOut The Emotional Council]]: This is technically cheating. As thanks to the scientific and magical work of 7 different Disney geniuses, they discovered that there are actually little people living inside any sentient being's head, allowing them to react to problems emotionally. However, the girl they discovered this with had a very special set of emotions. Based partially on human science, the emotions of one Riley Andersen interested the high council because they provided a test case in why you can never be happy while in denial of what is happening around you in the worst times. In time, the Blue Fairy cast a spell to enter headquarters and talk with Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear. Fear freaked out for a bit, and upon hearing about the war going on outside them, Anger didn't want the council dragging a 12-year-old into a war. However, the fairy went on to explain that the friends would never stop until all things from hockey to children were broken and suffering, and so made them a deal. If they would be willing to be cooperative for research projects in the future, then Riley can one day play with their signature hockey team: The Mighty Ducks.

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[[WesternAnimation/InsideOut The Emotional Council]]: Emotions]]: This is technically cheating. As thanks to the scientific and magical work of 7 different Disney geniuses, they discovered that there are actually little people living inside any sentient being's head, allowing them to react to problems emotionally. However, the girl they discovered this with had a very special set of emotions. Based partially on human science, the emotions of one Riley Andersen interested the high council because they provided a test case in why you can never be happy while in denial of what is happening around you in the worst times. In time, the Blue Fairy cast a spell to enter headquarters and talk with Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear. Fear freaked out for a bit, and upon hearing about the war going on outside them, Anger didn't want the council dragging a 12-year-old into a war. However, the fairy went on to explain that the friends would never stop until all things from hockey to children were broken and suffering, and so made them a deal. If they would be willing to be cooperative for research projects in the future, then Riley can one day play with their signature hockey team: The Mighty Ducks.



* When Ingrid (see WMG/FriendsAndTheHighCouncilOtherFriends) began making moves against their family again, the council proposed that they send their people to help, as the darkness within could tear the town apart. Sadly, with Ingrid's ice wall, even their Elsa couldn't easily break through it. They currently have teams working to break through and defeat the friends again, but for now, they sent a message to the charming family to, "Beware the darkness in every heart."

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* When Ingrid (see WMG/FriendsAndTheHighCouncilOtherFriends) began making moves against their family again, the council proposed that they send their people to help, as the darkness within could tear the town apart. Sadly, with Ingrid's ice wall, even their Elsa couldn't easily break through it. They currently have teams working to break through and defeat the friends again, but for now, they sent a message to the charming family to, "Beware the darkness in every heart."
19th Dec '16 8:46:54 AM DisneyWarrior95
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[[WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder Wander]]: The High Council has already sent out Buzz to get in touch with this interplanetary traveller whose goal seems to be nothing more than to spread good cheer and love throughout the universe.
7th Dec '16 12:22:23 AM EricW
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[[Disney/{{Moana}} Te Fiti]]: Goddess of creation, she's closely related to Demeter and Grandmother Willow. However, despite her great power in creating islands, plants, beasts and humans in her world, she's actually much less motivated compared with the other Gods. Choosing to take long naps between her bursts of creativity. This lead to a problem as when her warrior Maui stole her heart for humans, she was quickly corrupted into a demon by the friends. As such, for years she lashed out at her world, slowly destroying it. It took until Moana brought her heart back to restore her to giving life. Though no longer a threat to her world, Te Fiti went back to sleep afterwards, much to the other Gods's annoyance. Though they did admit she needed a good nap after being evil for so long.



[[Disney/{{Moana}} Hei Hei]]: Despite all evidence to the contrary, Hei Hei is NOT actually an idiot. Rather, he's a deep cover agent of the council, sent by the Rescue Aid Society ObfuscatingStupidity. Why such a deep cover? Well, because the world of Moana was deeply sick but also deeply isolationist. The spirit of adventure seemed to have almost died out, and despite the best efforts of The Ocean to beckon a savior to restore the land (and several attempts by Zeus to get Maui to shape up or Triton to try and get the Polynesian to listen), no true savior could be found for several years. Then the Ocean decided to choose princess Moana as his new herald. However, he also needed someone to watch over her and make certain she wasn't too attached to the land. Enter Hei Hei: sent as deep cover, he was instructed to NEVER let Moana out of his sight, and to make certain to serve the Ocean until their work was done.

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[[Disney/{{Moana}} Hei Hei]]: Hei & Pua]]: Despite all evidence to the contrary, Hei Hei is NOT actually an idiot. Rather, he's a deep cover agent of the council, sent by the Rescue Aid Society ObfuscatingStupidity. Why such a deep cover? Well, because the world of Moana was deeply sick but also deeply isolationist. The spirit of adventure seemed to have almost died out, and despite the best efforts of The Ocean to beckon a savior to restore the land (and several attempts by Zeus to get Maui to shape up or Triton to try and get the Polynesian to listen), no true savior could be found for several years. Then the Ocean decided to choose princess Moana as his new herald. However, he also needed someone to watch over her and make certain she wasn't too attached to the land. Enter Hei Hei: Hei and Pua.
* Hei Hei was
sent as deep cover, he while Pua was allowed a little more leeway. Both were instructed to NEVER let Moana out of his their sight, and to make certain to serve the Ocean until their work was done.done.
** And while Pua was washed up and retired back to the island after the first attempt at sailing beyond the reef, when Moana set sail again, Hei Hei stowed aboard.



[[Film/AChristmasCarol The Christmas Ghosts]]: This should be pretty self explanitory. After a successful trial run on Scrooge, they began doing this every Christmas. Occasionally another agent like Jimney or Willy will fill in, but mostly they handle the work themselves.

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[[Film/AChristmasCarol The Christmas Ghosts]]: This should be pretty self explanitory.explanatory. After a successful trial run on Scrooge, they began doing this every Christmas. Occasionally another agent like Jimney Jimminy or Willy will fill in, but mostly they handle the work themselves.
* There has also been one occasion they temporarily allowed Pete to be the future ghost, if only with gold as payment.
7th Dec '16 12:03:18 AM EricW
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[[Disney/{{Moana}} Maui]]: The great Demi-god champion of Ocean and Te-Fiti...did not have an easy start. He started life almost drowning when his parents chose to discard him. (The parents were in part deceived by the friends in this case, but still chose to do this) When he was saved by the ocean, he and Te Fiti took pity on him, gifting a magical fish hook through which he might gain the will and strength to be anything he wanted. A way to symbolically teach him that you can be anything, and your past does not define you. However, Maui took it a different way: that the hook gave him worth, and that to further prove his worth to mankind, he took up doing many great deeds on their behalf.

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[[Disney/{{Moana}} Maui]]: The great Demi-god champion of Ocean and Te-Fiti...did not have an easy start. He started life almost drowning when his parents chose to discard him. (The parents were in part deceived by the friends in this case, but they still chose to do this) When he was saved by the ocean, he and Te Fiti took pity on him, gifting a magical fish hook through which he might gain the will and strength to be anything he wanted. A way to symbolically teach him that you can be anything, and your past does not define you. However, Maui took it a different way: that the hook gave him worth, and that to further prove his worth to mankind, he took up doing many great deeds on their behalf.



** The tide, grass, ground? He was in a sparring match with Hercules and Layla (Sky High) and accidentally got things going too far.

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** The tide, grass, ground? He was in a sparring match with Hercules Hercules, Triton and Layla (Sky High) and accidentally got things going too far.





[[Disney/{{Moana}} Moana]]:

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\n\n* While sometimes irritated by his cavalier attitude, the council for the most part were appreciative of Maui's actions. However, everything changed the day he tried to steal Te Fiti's heart to give mankind the ability to create. Such an ability was reserved exclusively for gods, as humans are meant only to sub-create. Refashioning and reforging their world instead of the pure creation reserved for Gods. As such, without her heart, Te-Fiti fell to corruption by the friends, and when Maui tried to escape, her evil side Te Ka defeated and cast him out of the council's favor. The Ocean exiled him to a remote island, removed the heart from his possession, and allowed his hook to be captured by Tamatoa. And as such, told him that they'd come for him when they're ready.
** Maui stewed for years, allowing the friends to play to his ego and insecurity and potentially make him theirs. However, despite their best efforts, they could not break Maui's warrior and noble spirit. He refused to join the opposite team despite his attitude.
* When Moana showed up, he recognized Hei Hei as a council agent (hence why he wanted to eat him and get rid of their influence). However, eventually he was forced to concede that to get what he wanted, he would need to go on one more mission for the council to return the heart. Though the journey was fraught with setbacks, second guessing and even a moment of abandonment, Maui fortunately had [[TheConscious a little bit of magic on his body which convinced him to finish the task set out for him.]] After successfully restoring what he'd stolen and sincerely apologizing, Te Fiti gave Maui a new fish hook, and he reported back to the council for new assignment.
** While Zeus sternly told him never to pull that kind of stunt again, he then gave him a new directive: Go be the protector of Moana's tribe. And we'll get back to you later when we need a warrior again. And then gave him a sly, "[[MeaningfulEcho You're welcome.]]"

[[Disney/{{Moana}} Moana]]:
Moana]]: The chieftain Tui's daughter, Moana was chosen as a young girl to be the destined savior of Te Fiti, and restorer of her world. While any child could have worked, the ocean in part chose her for her natural love of water, and her empathy towards its creatures, which would be essential to save Te Fiti from herself. Of course, growing up in an isolationist tribe did everything they could to squash this destiny, but the ocean's "call", along with Hei Hei and her grandmother, kept pushing her back. Though her parents weren't supportive of this, eventually the crisis on her island became too real, and Moana set out to find Maui and restore the heart.
* Though the journey was fraught, challenging, and grew her in ways never expected, eventually Moana with her skill and heart managed to restore the heart, saving the entire area, and becoming the new chief navigator for her people as they set out on a new journey as explorers.
** Though Moana these days is quite busy sailing, caring for her tribe and setting a new course searching for more islands, after her adventures, Ariel made first contact with her, telling her all about the threat far worse than anything she'd ever faced on her sailing. As such, the princesses of heart decided to make formal relations with the tribe, and Moana on occasion gets called on for missions, usually working with Mulan as a warrior and guardian of the innocent.



* This is also in part why Hei Hei kept trying to walk off into the ocean during the journey. He thought that with Moana and Maui now together, his work was done. But the Ocean kept sending him back, saying "We're not done until the heart's restored." Then when Hei Hei tried to walk off into retirement after the adventure, the ocean turned him around yet again. This time, saying, "No. We now need you to keep reporting to us as Monana's tribe travels."
** Hei Hei was QUITE annoyed that even now his work isn't done, clucking "I CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE! If I have to pretend to be an idiot for one second longer I'll lose my mind!" He promptly had a clucking fit, but Zeus promised him that he can trade off with Pua in the future once he's recruited.

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* This is also in part why Hei Hei kept trying to walk off into the ocean during the journey. He thought that with Moana and Maui now together, his work was done. But the Ocean kept sending him back, saying "We're not done until the heart's restored." Fortunate that he did, so that he could save the heart at a crucial moment. Then when Hei Hei tried to walk off into retirement after the adventure, the ocean turned him around yet again. This time, saying, "No. We now need you to keep reporting to us as Monana's Moana's tribe travels."
** Hei Hei was QUITE annoyed that even now his work isn't done, clucking "I CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE! If I have to pretend to be an idiot for one second longer I'll lose my mind!" He promptly had a clucking fit, but Zeus promised him that he can trade off with Moana's other pet Pua in the future once he's recruited.
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6th Dec '16 11:38:51 PM EricW
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[[Disney/{{Moana}} The Ocean]]: While it could be easy to write this off as Zeus, Posidon or even Triton manipulating the waves to do the council's bidding, this is not actually the case. "The Ocean" is in fact a nature spirit, brother to the great spirit Te Fiti. And when his sister was corrupted when Maui stole her heart, he wanted nothing more than to restore her heart and bring life back to his world. But despite his best intentions, he couldn't directly put the heart back or risk killing her on accident. So, The Ocean kept asking the council for a way to help save his sister.
* The council did all they could without becoming overbearing, but as the world began to die, they had to present the Ocean with an Ultimatum: come up with a plan, or we'll have to force our way onto this world to save it. Out of options, the Ocean proposed one final solution: raise up a champion among a Polynesian to save it. The council agreed, sending a member to keep watch once the ocean chose its champion.

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[[Disney/{{Moana}} The Ocean]]: While it could be easy to write this off as Zeus, Posidon Poseidon or even Triton manipulating the waves to do the council's bidding, this is not actually the case. "The Ocean" is in fact a nature spirit, brother to the great spirit Te Fiti. And when his sister was corrupted when Maui stole her heart, he wanted nothing more than to restore her heart and bring life back to his world. But despite his best intentions, he couldn't directly put the heart back or risk killing her on accident. So, The Ocean kept asking the council for a way to help save his sister.
* The council did all they could without becoming overbearing, but as the world began to die, they had to present the Ocean with an Ultimatum: come up with a plan, or we'll have to force our way onto this world to save it. Out of options, the The Ocean proposed one final a slower but still effective solution: raise up a champion among a Polynesian to save it.them. The council agreed, sending a member to keep watch once the ocean chose its champion.




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* Another fun fact: The Ocean, while mostly uncaring in general, does have a soft spot for children. Hence why he chose to rescue Maui at a young age and pass him on to live a better life as a demi-god.

[[Disney/{{Moana}} Maui]]: The great Demi-god champion of Ocean and Te-Fiti...did not have an easy start. He started life almost drowning when his parents chose to discard him. (The parents were in part deceived by the friends in this case, but still chose to do this) When he was saved by the ocean, he and Te Fiti took pity on him, gifting a magical fish hook through which he might gain the will and strength to be anything he wanted. A way to symbolically teach him that you can be anything, and your past does not define you. However, Maui took it a different way: that the hook gave him worth, and that to further prove his worth to mankind, he took up doing many great deeds on their behalf.
* And for the record, ALL of the stories are true, but also in part tied into his work battling the friends.
** Pushing up the sky? A battle with the friends where they tried to collapse it.
** Stealing fire? He took it from the firebird as a screw you to the friends.
** Pulling up islands? They had tried to sink them first to destroy land life.
** Lassoing the Sun? The friends tried to steal it, so he had to pull it back.
** Harnessing the breeze? Grandma Willow lent him some of her winds to help his people grow.
** The tide, grass, ground? He was in a sparring match with Hercules and Layla (Sky High) and accidentally got things going too far.
** Coconuts? An Eel demon the council cast a spell on to help give the Polynesians food and needed Maui to plant in order to convert.


[[Disney/{{Moana}} Moana]]:



** Hei Hei was QUITE annoyed that even now his work isn't done, clucking "I CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE! If I have to pretend to be an idiot for one second longer I'll lose my mind!"

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** Hei Hei was QUITE annoyed that even now his work isn't done, clucking "I CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE! If I have to pretend to be an idiot for one second longer I'll lose my mind!"
mind!" He promptly had a clucking fit, but Zeus promised him that he can trade off with Pua in the future once he's recruited.
6th Dec '16 11:21:18 PM EricW
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[[Disney/{{Moana}} The Ocean]]: While it could be easy to write this off as Zeus, Posidon or even Triton manipulating the waves to do the council's bidding, this is not actually the case. "The Ocean" is in fact a nature spirit, brother to the great spirit Te Fiti. And when his sister was corrupted when Maui stole her heart, he wanted nothing more than to restore her heart and bring life back to his world. But despite his best intentions, he couldn't directly put the heart back or risk killing her on accident. So, The Ocean kept asking the council for a way to help save his sister.
* The council did all they could without becoming overbearing, but as the world began to die, they had to present the Ocean with an Ultimatum: come up with a plan, or we'll have to force our way onto this world to save it. Out of options, the Ocean proposed one final solution: raise up a champion among a Polynesian to save it. The council agreed, sending a member to keep watch once the ocean chose its champion.
* And so, the ocean chose Moana as its champion, gave her the heart of Te Fiti (it could easily have picked it up after all), and helped inspire her to go be the hero it wanted. And of course, fling her back onto her boat when necessary.
** Moana didn't always stay strong though, and however reluctantly at what would come next, the ocean would have respected her decision to give up. Only the consequences would have been a sea invasion by Triton's forces to defeat Te Ka. Thankfully, she eventually chose to never give up, and with her love and care, the ocean got people sailing and seeking life over itself again.

[[Disney/{{Moana}} Hei Hei]]: Despite all evidence to the contrary, Hei Hei is NOT actually an idiot. Rather, he's a deep cover agent of the council, sent by the Rescue Aid Society ObfuscatingStupidity. Why such a deep cover? Well, because the world of Moana was deeply sick but also deeply isolationist. The spirit of adventure seemed to have almost died out, and despite the best efforts of The Ocean to beckon a savior to restore the land (and several attempts by Zeus to get Maui to shape up or Triton to try and get the Polynesian to listen), no true savior could be found for several years. Then the Ocean decided to choose princess Moana as his new herald. However, he also needed someone to watch over her and make certain she wasn't too attached to the land. Enter Hei Hei: sent as deep cover, he was instructed to NEVER let Moana out of his sight, and to make certain to serve the Ocean until their work was done.
* This is also in part why Hei Hei kept trying to walk off into the ocean during the journey. He thought that with Moana and Maui now together, his work was done. But the Ocean kept sending him back, saying "We're not done until the heart's restored." Then when Hei Hei tried to walk off into retirement after the adventure, the ocean turned him around yet again. This time, saying, "No. We now need you to keep reporting to us as Monana's tribe travels."
** Hei Hei was QUITE annoyed that even now his work isn't done, clucking "I CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE! If I have to pretend to be an idiot for one second longer I'll lose my mind!"
4th Dec '16 12:10:09 AM EricW
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[[WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw Milo Murphy]]: The Murphy family was once cursed to have every male murphy be plagued by every conceivable thing going wrong around them. While meant to drive the family insane and eventually be either harvested by the friends or to turn them to evil purposes, instead the Murphy line vowed to never let their constant disasters hold them down. Now every generation chooses to face every day as a challenge and an adventure. Milo is the latest in the line of Murphys. While only in high school, both friends and the council are holding Milo at arms length at the moment. The friends would love to tempt Milo into doing evil with his bad luck, but since their curse is harmful to any around Milo, any attempts at either temptation or extermination have failed spectacularly. The council on the other hand sent Phineas and Ferb to say hi to Milo (they live in adjacent neighborhoods), but after the end of summer vacation and encountering Milo's crazy luck, Ferb commented that they'll need more time than they have at the moment to make a proper assessment of what to do with Milo. For now, both sides have Milo under surveillance, and while Milo's interested in one day doing good for the council (his parents are aware of them), for the safety of everyone around him, Zeus has Milo DEEP on the reserve list right now.
26th Nov '16 3:22:18 PM nombretomado
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[[ChroniclesOfNarnia Aslan]]: The High Council sent Aslan back to Narnia to stop Friends clients the White Witch and King Miraz, and Zeus himself wrote the magic laws that enabled Aslan to return from the dead. Only briefly connected to the Disney universe, Aslan still continues his work elsewhere.

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[[ChroniclesOfNarnia [[Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia Aslan]]: The High Council sent Aslan back to Narnia to stop Friends clients the White Witch and King Miraz, and Zeus himself wrote the magic laws that enabled Aslan to return from the dead. Only briefly connected to the Disney universe, Aslan still continues his work elsewhere.



[[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Santa]] [[TheSantaClause Claus]]: [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Exactly what you'd expect]], he's an ancient force of good that has been helping the High Council for hundreds of years. An immortal wish-granter whose powers work in a similar way to the Blue Fairy and Fairy Godmother, he built a massive operation to grant wishes to the whole world once a year, and used the same technology to keep tabs on the Friends (they've all got a prominent position on the naughty list, natch). He was offered a spot on the High Council, but declined, wanting to keep his focus on Christmas Town, though he did once accept a brief assignment to visit [[ChroniclesOfNarnia Narnia]] and give the Pevensie sisters and their older brother items to help them in their war against the White Witch. Eventually, he decided to retire and pass on his powers (he didn't die, as it appeared in TheSantaClause, but rather simply disappeared leaving his suit behind), and Scott Calvin (who the original Santa had been keeping an eye on for a while) took on the mantle. It wasn't the smoothest transition, but he grew into the role and has recently been introduced to the High Council and picked up where his predecessor left off. The original Santa is enjoying retirement in Christmas Town with the Missus, though he still has command over PrepAndLanding to help his successor in his job as well as spy on the Friends.

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[[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Santa]] [[TheSantaClause Claus]]: [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Exactly what you'd expect]], he's an ancient force of good that has been helping the High Council for hundreds of years. An immortal wish-granter whose powers work in a similar way to the Blue Fairy and Fairy Godmother, he built a massive operation to grant wishes to the whole world once a year, and used the same technology to keep tabs on the Friends (they've all got a prominent position on the naughty list, natch). He was offered a spot on the High Council, but declined, wanting to keep his focus on Christmas Town, though he did once accept a brief assignment to visit [[ChroniclesOfNarnia [[Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia Narnia]] and give the Pevensie sisters and their older brother items to help them in their war against the White Witch. Eventually, he decided to retire and pass on his powers (he didn't die, as it appeared in TheSantaClause, but rather simply disappeared leaving his suit behind), and Scott Calvin (who the original Santa had been keeping an eye on for a while) took on the mantle. It wasn't the smoothest transition, but he grew into the role and has recently been introduced to the High Council and picked up where his predecessor left off. The original Santa is enjoying retirement in Christmas Town with the Missus, though he still has command over PrepAndLanding to help his successor in his job as well as spy on the Friends.
21st Nov '16 9:53:18 PM EricW
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* That is, until [[Pixar/FindingDory Dory received a vision to find her family again.]] It turns out, the council had been doing some research into Dory's situation, and decided to use a vision to bring dory back with her old family. While Dory's memory of the journey is...patchy, one thing does remain constant afterwards. When the council sent Ariel to try contacting her again, they told her about how they helped her find her parents. And in gratitute, Dory swore that she'll give her all to help the Council after that. While some of the council is reluctant to keep her on full time due to her mental health issues, they did give her a duty to keep the reef safe with her friends, as there were rumors of the friends planning to destroy it.




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* However, there are rumors circulating now about McQueen. Apparently, one of Zeus's oracles predicted [[Pixar/Cars3 the end of Lightning Mcqueen's career]], and the entire council is now on alert, swearing to avert this from coming true.
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