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* AdaptationNameChange: The Wizard's name has gone from Oscar Diggs in books to Frank Morgan (an homage to the actor who played the Wizard in the 1939 film).

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* AdaptationNameChange: The Wizard's name has gone from Oscar Diggs in books to Frank Morgan (an homage to the actor who played the Wizard in the 1939 film).here.



* {{Tuckerization}}: The Wizard reveals that his birth name is Frank Morgan, the same as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Morgan the actor who played the Wizard]] in ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: The Wizard reveals that his birth name is Frank Morgan, the same as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Morgan the actor who played the Wizard]] in ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''.[[Film/TheWizardOfOz the 1939 film]].


* AdaptationNameChange: The Wizard's name has gone from Oscar Diggs in books to Frank Morgan here.

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* AdaptationNameChange: The Wizard's name has gone from Oscar Diggs in books to Frank Morgan here.(an homage to the actor who played the Wizard in the 1939 film).

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* LoopholeAbuse: Invoked regarding the death of Mistress East; [[spoiler:only witches can kill witches, so Mistress East was only killed by a gun because she technically killed herself]].


* WomanInWhite: Glinda wears entirely white and silver.


** The Wicked Witches of the East and West were depicted as old hags in the books, but are played here by 40-year-old Creator/FlorenceKasumba and 32-year-old Creator/AnaUlaru respectively. However, they are also hinted to be OlderThanTheyLook.

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** The Wicked Witches of the East and West were depicted as old hags in the books, but are played here by 40-year-old Creator/FlorenceKasumba and 32-year-old 31-year-old Creator/AnaUlaru respectively. However, they are also hinted to be OlderThanTheyLook.


* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Killing the Witch of the East means [[spoiler:there's nobody in charge of stabilizing the weather in Oz]].

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: NiceJobBreakingItHero:
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Killing the Witch of the East means [[spoiler:there's nobody in charge of stabilizing the weather in Oz]].


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* {{Transgender}}: Tip, due to being [[GenderBender kept a boy by magic so long]], doesn't identify as female when he's changed back into his original form. He reluctantly stays in female form to assume the role of [[spoiler:Princess Ozma]] though. [[spoiler:Thankfully, East's magic lets him shift back and forth between forms at will.]]


* {{Hypocrite}}: The Wizard has imposed a BanOnMagic on Oz... and yet makes use of it himself when Mistress East employs it to create a hellish prison for his regime to use against magic users.
** There is also Glinda. She preaches for sexual abstinance within her acolytes, even going so far as to[[spoiler:lock up one of her own acolytes for breaking her vow of chastity in "They Came First."]] The very next episode shows thats she enjoys a lot of sexytime with [[spoiler:Lucas, who at this point had lost his amnesia and remembered himself as Roan.]]

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* {{Hypocrite}}: {{Hypocrite}}:
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The Wizard has imposed a BanOnMagic on Oz... and yet makes use of it himself when Mistress East employs it to create a hellish prison for his regime to use against magic users.
** There is also Glinda. She preaches mandates celibacy for sexual abstinance within her acolytes, and demeans West for [[MissKitty running a brothel]], even going so far as to[[spoiler:lock to [[spoiler:lock up one of her own acolytes for breaking her vow of chastity in "They Came First."]] The very next episode shows thats she enjoys a lot of sexytime [[Recap/EmeraldCityS1E7TheyCameFirst "They Came First"]], [[spoiler: Glinda having sex with [[spoiler:Lucas, Roan, who at the audience knew as Lucas before this point had lost his amnesia and remembered himself as Roan.point.]]

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* TakesOneToKillOne: Only a witch can kill a witch. Dorothy takes advantage of this knowledge (and the witches' ignorance of Earth technology) to trick East into [[spoiler:shooting herself]].


Dorothy Gale (Adria Arjona) is a headstrong woman in her twenties who is transported to Oz, where the powerful Wizard (Creator/VincentDOnofrio) rules over the land after winning a GreatOffscreenWar and has [[BanOnMagic banned magic]]. Accompanied by a police dog who she names Toto, Dorothy travels for the Emerald City in the hope that the Wizard can send her home. Along the way, she meets Lucas, an [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac man]] she finds tied to a post. However, Dorothy's dramatic arrival into Oz, as per the novel, leads to the death of the Wicked Witch of the East and causes fireworks in the land.

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Dorothy Gale (Adria Arjona) (Creator/AdriaArjona) is a headstrong woman in her twenties who is transported to Oz, where the powerful Wizard (Creator/VincentDOnofrio) rules over the land after winning a GreatOffscreenWar and has [[BanOnMagic banned magic]]. Accompanied by a police dog who she names Toto, Dorothy travels for the Emerald City in the hope that the Wizard can send her home. Along the way, she meets Lucas, an [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac man]] she finds tied to a post. However, Dorothy's dramatic arrival into Oz, as per the novel, leads to the death of the Wicked Witch of the East and causes fireworks in the land.


* ADogNamedDog: This incarnation of Toto takes his name from the Munja'kin word for "dog."


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* ADogNamedDog: This incarnation of Toto takes his name from the Munja'kin word for "dog."


* DaughterOfAWhore: Anna is dismayed to learn her mother was one of the prostitutes in West's brothel. It seems the Wizard was a favorite client, though West claims he isn't her father.

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* DaughterOfAWhore: [[SonOfAWhore Daughter Of A Whore]]: Anna is dismayed to learn her mother was one of the prostitutes in West's brothel. It seems the Wizard was a favorite client, though West claims he isn't her father.


Dorothy Gale (Adria Arjona) is a headstrong woman in her twenties who is transported to Oz, where the powerful Wizard (Creator/VincentDOnofrio) rules over the land after winning a GreatOffscreenWar and has banned magic. Accompanied by a police dog who she names Toto, Dorothy travels for the Emerald City in the hope that the Wizard can send her home. Along the way, she meets Lucas, an [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac man]] she finds tied to a post. However, Dorothy's dramatic arrival into Oz, as per the novel, leads to the death of the Wicked Witch of the East and causes fireworks in the land.

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Dorothy Gale (Adria Arjona) is a headstrong woman in her twenties who is transported to Oz, where the powerful Wizard (Creator/VincentDOnofrio) rules over the land after winning a GreatOffscreenWar and has [[BanOnMagic banned magic.magic]]. Accompanied by a police dog who she names Toto, Dorothy travels for the Emerald City in the hope that the Wizard can send her home. Along the way, she meets Lucas, an [[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesiac man]] she finds tied to a post. However, Dorothy's dramatic arrival into Oz, as per the novel, leads to the death of the Wicked Witch of the East and causes fireworks in the land.

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* MagicalIncantation: The witches use a language called Inha as part of their means to cast spells.


-->-- '''{{SelfDemonstrating/West}}'''

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-->-- '''{{SelfDemonstrating/West}}'''
'''West'''


-->-- '''West'''

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-->-- '''West'''
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