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8th Dec '16 5:35:30 PM HotHead1987
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[[WMG: This movie is an Elseorld version of Disney's Gargoyles]]

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[[WMG: This movie is an Elseorld Elseworld version of Disney's Gargoyles]]
8th Dec '16 5:26:04 PM HotHead1987
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[[WMG: This movie is an Elseorld version of Disney's Gargoyles]]
With a similar artstyle, same DarkerAndEdgier tone, and similar characters, the show is an alternate continuity of Gargoyles.
* Frollo is a cross between Demona and Xanatos. She treats Gypsies the same way Demona treats humans.
* Phoebus is Goliath.
* Quasimodo is the lancer to Phoebus, much like Brooklyn is to Goliath.
* Esmeralda is Eliza Maza. Their both the ActionGirls, and both are the love interest of TheHero.
30th Nov '16 1:38:26 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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After finishing his story, the children he was telling it to wanted more from him, and he decided to tell them another story. But since Clopin had no real life events to base it off of, or less time to write the story (depending on if you think the film's events are real in-universe or a story Clopin wrote, take your pick), it's nowhere near as good as the original. The kids wanted the story less dark, so Clopin made it lighter and softer. They were also upset that Quasimodo didn't get the girl in the end, hence why he's StrangledByTheRedString in the second film. It would also explain why Sarousch is so one-note, and also some of the more ridiculous aspects of the film (like how logic-defying La Fidel is).

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After finishing his story, the children he was telling it to wanted more from him, and he decided to tell them another story. But since Clopin had no real life events to base it off of, or less time to write the story (depending on if you think the film's events are real in-universe or a story Clopin wrote, take your pick), it's nowhere near as good as the original. The kids wanted the story less dark, so Clopin made it lighter and softer. They were also upset that Quasimodo didn't get the girl in the end, hence why he's StrangledByTheRedString in the second film. It would also explain why Sarousch is so one-note, and also some of the more ridiculous aspects of the film (like how logic-defying La Fidel Fidèle is).




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[[WMG: This movie happened shortly after Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast']]
People have been wondering for ages where the heck the King of France was while a mere Minister of Justice who isn't even noble was burning down Paris on a whim, which ''is'' a pretty big plot hole. However, remembering Belle's cameo[[note]]And I know the creators have deemed it non-canonical, but I'm just having a bit of fun here.[[/note]], we could coclude this takes place in the same universe as ''Beauty and the Beast'', and, assuming we throw all notions of real history out the window, then this all becomes clear. And also solves another big plot hole, one from ''Beauty and the Beast'': how the heck nobody took ''notice'' of the fact that, you know, the freaking Heir to the Crown had vanished. Judging from the Beast's assumed age, his father (or grandfather) the ruling King was probably pretty old when the curse was cast. As soon as said old King died, the country would have probably succumbed to a troubled political regency at best and a civil war at worst (that may, in fact, be the war Phoebus was fighting prior to the events of the film). In such a period, any relatively important guy in command of an army could seize control of a town with relative impunity, especially if he was already a high-ranking member of government before the crash, and even moreso if he has ties to the Church. Guess who fits that bill to a T? Judge Claude Frollo, the devout Minister of Justice.
* For bonus points, if this goes on long enough, France would probably end up split apart into several mini-countries ruled by noblemen-turned-Kings. This could be where the early-19th-century ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}'', with is apparently-French small kingdom, comes in.



* Since he had no teacher, he is neither in control nor even fully aware of his ability though.

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* Since he had no teacher, he is neither in control nor even fully aware of his ability, though.
** And, considering the upbringing he's had… maybe that's part of why he's so self-righteously religious: he might have received abuse similar to what he inflicted on Quasimodo [[DarkPowersGoodPeople for his demonic
ability though.
to control fire]].
30th Nov '16 1:18:09 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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** For the last point, heh, citation needed. With a certain amount of time and a certain amount of humility beaten into him, perhaps he could eventually repent. He's not a sociopath - he can ''definitely'' feel guilt, it's all over ''Hellfire'' (even if it's for the wrong things) — so I think a few centuries in purgatory might fix him up.
21st Jul '16 11:30:59 PM AtarahDerek
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[[WMG: The man seen protecting Quasi's mother in the opening is his uncle.]]
He looks nothing like Quasi, and refers to the baby with disdain. But he is obviously very protective of Quasi's mother. And it's not unreasonable to assume the two are related by blood. Perhaps brother and sister?
26th May '16 12:16:47 AM SallyShears
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** At this point, the whole city was also still celebrating the defeat of Frollo, so Clopin was having more than a bit of wine while he fabricated this sequel-tale.
20th Apr '16 10:59:09 PM TheTitanPrince
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[[WMG: The sequel is a story Clopin made up.]]
After finishing his story, the children he was telling it to wanted more from him, and he decided to tell them another story. But since Clopin had no real life events to base it off of, or less time to write the story (depending on if you think the film's events are real in-universe or a story Clopin wrote, take your pick), it's nowhere near as good as the original. The kids wanted the story less dark, so Clopin made it lighter and softer. They were also upset that Quasimodo didn't get the girl in the end, hence why he's StrangledByTheRedString in the second film. It would also explain why Sarousch is so one-note, and also some of the more ridiculous aspects of the film (like how logic-defying La Fidel is).
16th Jan '16 3:15:17 AM Anddrix
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* The above how it ''really'' was, but Clopin (who is the narrator) changed it so that the children he was telling the story to [[ViewersAreMorons would not be confused]].

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* The above how it ''really'' was, but Clopin (who is the narrator) changed it so that the children he was telling the story to [[ViewersAreMorons would not be confused]].
confused.
14th Jan '16 3:37:26 PM chloso
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* But...Frollo is white...and Sarousch is Romani...
11th Aug '15 4:18:03 PM EnglishGuruLady
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**Well, this ''is'' Disney we're talking about. And maybe the creators of the game based Ralph on some guy in their lives. Who really knows?
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