History WMG / HowlsMovingCastle

8th Sep '17 2:05:48 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* LOL. That's too plausible.

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* LOL. That's The movie gives him more screen time and paints him in a noble-tragic hero light. Even the hilarious orange hair scene, which is hilarious because it is at his expense, has him stealing the show. This is only too plausible.
plausible for him.



She married a nice, rich man but after giving birth to their daughter she either died or divorced her husband, never to appear again. Anyway, three guesses to what her daughter's name is.. ''[[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Charlotte LaBoeuff]]''!

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She married a nice, rich man but after giving birth to their daughter she either died or divorced her husband, never to appear again. Anyway, three guesses to what she named her daughter's name is..daughter.. ''[[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Charlotte LaBoeuff]]''!



Because after all, there can't be a WMG page without a Doctor Who reference.

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Because after all, there can't be a WMG page without a Doctor Who reference.
reference. Seriously, the castle is BiggerOnTheInside, it can travel easily though space and physical dimensions. Even time travel is possible. This means it is a T.A.R.D.I.S. Howl's shapeshifting and hair color shifting are variants of regeneration.



The witch says nothing about the conditions to break her curse, only [[spoiler: Turniphead's]]. Sophie is shown throughout the film as appearing as old as she feels but with grey hair, and [[spoiler: her new significant other Howl]] can likely see a person's true form as easily as looking through the reflections on the surface of water. The Witch [[LiquidAssets stole Sophie's age age]] while flying through her in order to fuel her own magic and "beauty", and Sophie is only young as long as her willpower and emotional state allow her to get over the mere fact that she's not whateverteen any more (except in the chronological sense).
* Not true, Calcifer said he would break Sophie's curse if she broke his contract with Howl, and demons have to keep their promises. Her hair just stayed silver as an side effect.
* Various theories. But, to note, while Sophie's age doesn't vary in the book, her curse is broken the instant she puts Howl's heart back and Calcifer is free, but attention is never brought to it except that Howl asks what colour she would call her hair.

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The witch says nothing about the conditions to break her curse, only [[spoiler: Turniphead's]]. Sophie is shown throughout the film as appearing as old as she feels but with grey hair, and [[spoiler: her new significant other Howl]] can likely see a person's true form as easily as looking through the reflections on the surface of water. The Witch [[LiquidAssets stole Sophie's age age]] ]] while flying through her in order to fuel her own magic and "beauty", and Sophie is only young as long as her willpower and emotional state allow her to get over the mere fact that she's not whateverteen any more (except in the chronological sense).
* Not true, Jossed. Calcifer said he would break Sophie's curse if she broke his contract with Howl, and demons have to keep their promises. Her hair just stayed silver as an side effect.
* Various theories. But, to
effect. To note, while Sophie's age doesn't vary in the book, her curse is broken the instant she puts Howl's heart back and Calcifer is free, but attention is never brought to it except that Howl asks what colour she would call her hair.



Well, it made sense when I thought of it. Those characters were much more standard and chivalrous, unlike the BelligerentSexualTension and lovely snark-war that the original Howl and Sophie had.

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Well, it made sense when I thought of it. Those characters were much more standard and chivalrous, unlike the BelligerentSexualTension and lovely snark-war that the original Howl and Sophie had.
19th May '17 4:06:52 PM mouschilight
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** LOL. That's too plausible.

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** * LOL. That's too plausible.



** This makes perfect sense since Creator/JohnLasseter worked on ''Princess'' and he is good friends with Miyazaki, often sneaking in references to his movies, like the less-subtle giant Totoro plushie in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''.

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** * This makes perfect sense since Creator/JohnLasseter worked on ''Princess'' and he is good friends with Miyazaki, often sneaking in references to his movies, like the less-subtle giant Totoro plushie in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''.
16th May '17 11:20:50 AM pearlyglasses
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* The awkwardness might have been caused by the fact up until that point (when they'd been transformed back), she'd been taking care of Morgan as a cat and wasn't so sure about how to take care of Morgan as a human just then. Cats have their instincts to rely on when giving birth and nursing their kittens but a human mother would naturally have a different motherly instinct. It would have felt super weird because she'd already been caring for Morgan a certain way as a cat, but now that she's human, she's back to square one! Sure she had experience looking after her younger sisters, but they really weren't that much younger than her. This is the first time she's ever looked after a human infant - her own child.
7th Apr '17 5:00:37 PM nombretomado
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She married a nice, rich man but after giving birth to their daughter she either died or divorced her husband, never to appear again. Anyway, three guesses to what her daughter's name is.. ''[[ThePrincessAndTheFrog Charlotte LaBoeuff]]''!

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She married a nice, rich man but after giving birth to their daughter she either died or divorced her husband, never to appear again. Anyway, three guesses to what her daughter's name is.. ''[[ThePrincessAndTheFrog ''[[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Charlotte LaBoeuff]]''!
22nd Mar '17 5:09:07 AM Adept
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22nd Mar '17 5:09:05 AM Adept
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[[WMG: Film!Howl, [[OuranHighSchoolHostClub Tamaki]], [[TsubasaReservoirChronicle Fai]], and [[Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia France]] are all the same person.]]

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[[WMG: Film!Howl, [[OuranHighSchoolHostClub [[Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub Tamaki]], [[TsubasaReservoirChronicle [[Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle Fai]], and [[Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia France]] are all the same person.]]
25th Jan '17 3:42:37 PM GammaCavy
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**LOL. That's too plausible.
16th Aug '16 8:18:29 PM Creaturemaster
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He's extremely skilled and powerful, has magical powers, loves shiny objects (just look at his bedroom!), and most importantly is a humanoid bird-creature. It fits too well.

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He's extremely skilled and powerful, arrogant, has magical powers, loves shiny objects (just look at his bedroom!), lives in the mountains, and most importantly is a humanoid bird-creature. It fits too well.
16th Aug '16 8:01:15 PM Creaturemaster
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[[WMG: Howl is indeed a Tengu, but [[{{Tengu}} the mythical kind]].]]
He's extremely skilled and powerful, has magical powers, loves shiny objects (just look at his bedroom!), and most importantly is a humanoid bird-creature. It fits too well.
20th Jun '16 8:19:09 PM Adept
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** This makes perfect sense since JohnLasseter worked on ''Princess'' and he is good friends with Miyazaki, often sneaking in references to his movies, like the less-subtle giant Totoro plushie in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''.

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** This makes perfect sense since JohnLasseter Creator/JohnLasseter worked on ''Princess'' and he is good friends with Miyazaki, often sneaking in references to his movies, like the less-subtle giant Totoro plushie in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''.
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