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The Magic Trolls and the Troll Warriors is a 1991 cartoon made to promote the Magic Trolls and Troll Warriors toylines, and the Troll doll toys as a whole. It was created and distributed by Bohbot Entertainment.

The evil King Nolaf and his Troll Warriors have conquered the once joyful kingdom of Everafter, imprisoned beautiful Princess Celia and her father, and banished all happiness from the land. Everafter's only hope lies with five Magic Trolls who have been placed in suspended animation. With the help of a young Troll boy named Sven and Siegfried the bird, Princess Celia awakens the Magic Trolls who can save her land and bring back happiness.


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This cartoon contains examples of:

  • All Trolls Are Different: Three different Troll species are seen in the movie, each with different characteristics.
  • Another Dimension: The Magic Trolls lived in the Magic Village, a world parallel to the rest of the land.
  • Art Initiates Life: Smokey's art magic lets him create a real door to the Magic Village.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Celia saves Sven and the Magic Trolls by attacking from behind.
  • Bittersweet Ending: Celia learned to be happy and Sven is safe in the Magic Village, but she must return to the castle before King Nolaf hurts her father.
  • Captain Crash: Siegfried the bird makes a crash land on a gargoyle statue.
  • Cut Short: The special ends with clear plans for a TV series continuation, but it wasn't made.
  • Dueling Works: Invoked, as the separate Magic Trolls line and the Troll Warriors line were combined for the special, with one side being good and the other evil.
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  • The Eeyore: King Nolaf and his underlings are incapable of laughter or smiling and have banished all happiness from the land.
  • Girl in the Tower: Princess Celia spends her days singing in a lonesome tower prison.
  • Gods Need Prayer Badly: Without happiness, the Magic Trolls will fade away and die.
  • The Good King: King Lafon, Celia's father, was a wise and just ruler who loved to laugh.
  • Hope Bringer: Sven inspires Celia to sing happy songs, which brings the Magic Trolls back to life.
  • I Have Your Wife: Celia is warned that making Nolaf angry puts her father and her people in danger.
  • Info Dump: Siegfried relates the backstory of the world in about 3 minutes, including things Celia already knows.
  • Left Hanging: Several plot threads aren't resolved by the special's end, as Celia must return to the castle and everyone else retreats to the Magic Village.
  • Lilliputians: The Magic Trolls are very small compared to the other Trolls.
  • Love at First Sight: Sven falls in love with Celia's singing, and they both fall in love once they meet in person.
  • Made a Slave: Ordinary trolls were made to slave away in the mines.
  • Magic Music: Celia's happy singing gives the Trolls hope and awakens the five Magic Trolls.
  • Meaningful Name: Nolaf is pronounced the same as 'no laugh', while Lafon is pronounced 'laugh on.'
  • Pretty Princess Powerhouse: Celia saves Sven and the Magic Trolls herself a few times.
  • Princess Classic: Celia is kind and sweet and puts her people and father before her own needs.
  • Right-Hand Attack Dog: King Nolaf has a right-hand attack boar.
  • Taken for Granite: The Magic Trolls were placed in suspended animation until it was safe for them to awaken.
  • Tempting Fate: Immediately after Sven says they'll never catch him, the guards shoot him down and catch him.
  • Tickle Torture: Since laughter is forbidden, this turns out to be an effective way of dealing with the villains.
  • Two Girls to a Team: The Magic Trolls consist of three boys and two girls.
  • Villain World: The special starts 15 years after Nolaf conquered the kingdom.
  • When Trees Attack: The King's right-hand wizard enchants trees to come to life and attack.

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