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Weedle McHairybug

aka Eric Otness

2,295 Frames since joining this wiki
November 29, 2009
  • I live in Dunwoody, Georgia
  • I was born on February 14
  • My occupation is College Student
  • I am Male
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  • I figured if Kiara might appear in Kingdom Hearts III, I would like to see Melody also.

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  • Thank you Weedle McHairybug for your recent edits to the Marvel character pages.

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  • hey there, i am not sure if you watch Once but I was curious because Emma Swan has a page here shouldn't the wicked witch of the west from Once(Zelena) have one too? what do you think.

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  • http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/User:Byzantinefire/Sandbox_I I want you to edit this and add it to main article please.

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  • But the word "again" can also imply an action happening several times. In the TV series (which is between Ariel's Beginning and the original), she went to the surface several times, 3 of which became known to Triton. The word "again" in the original would then be referred to the last time she went to the surface in the TV series.

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  • To Weedle- Hey; it's better for us to talk here than subsequent edits. 

    In response to your counterpoint. Ursula is a very arrogant person who doesn't take her plans into deep consideration. For starters, she believed that without Ariel's voice, she wouldn't get Eric on her own merits, but was frustrated when Ariel proved her wrong. Her transformation into Vanessa was very last minute. And even when she transformed into Vanessa, she was positive that, that would succeed without fail. Both times she was proved wrong, and she would often have to rely on her sliding around the deal. 

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    • I don't want to seem like a jerk or anything, but I do think you had a good point in any other circumstance. Yes, she really should have thought ahead with her plan. But then again she may have won, and sent a few kids crying at the end of the movie. XD

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    • Davis-Lightheart wrote: I don't want to seem like a jerk or anything, but I do think you had a good point in any other circumstance. Yes, she really should have thought ahead with her plan. But then again she may have won, and sent a few kids crying at the end of the movie. XD

      I'm mainly conceding your point because, to be frank, there's little I can argue anyways. I have little time as it is, what with college work and what-not (not to mention having to recover some lost files from 2012). I still find it hard to believe that a non-believer in true love would panic at simply a kiss. If anything, they'd just dismiss it as just being selfish love, similar to a nihilist or something (think how Kefka often behaved regarding emotions like love, hope, and dreams in Final Fantasy VI, dismissing them as utterly meaningless.). But again, yeah, I concede your point.

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  • I wrote a spoof of Gaston's proposal song in the stage musical. =D

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  • In addition Disney doesn't take history into account when it comes to their movies. Thus they can place the characters within any era they please.  Also Belle's cameo was outside of a Disney Princess film so I wouldn't count as the disney princess seems to have created their own universe. All of my trivias are comeing from the movies and offical disney books. I wouldn't add them if they thought they were useless. More over about Cinderella if the Duke and King from her movie make a cameo at Eric's wedding why would Cinderella not take place in the 1800s as the little mermaid clearly does.

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    • Rob52xbhs wrote:
      In addition Disney doesn't take history into account when it comes to their movies. Thus they can place the characters within any era they please.  Also Belle's cameo was outside of a Disney Princess film so I wouldn't count as the disney princess seems to have created their own universe. All of my trivias are comeing from the movies and offical disney books. I wouldn't add them if they thought they were useless. More over about Cinderella if the Duke and King from her movie make a cameo at Eric's wedding why would Cinderella not take place in the 1800s as the little mermaid clearly does.

      Well, yeah, but making a major history mistake like having Belle marry Prince Adam in the 1800s would kind of make the film unbelievable (then again, the Gaston Reprise probably already succeeded in doing that anyhow, what, with Gaston loudly boasting enough details to everyone in the tavern in non-sugarcoated means about the amorality of the plan and yet their cheering him on... Sorry, but I get the feeling that BATB's creators must have been feeling cynical about their audience's intellect when making that song, especially when there's no moral or practical reason why the villagers should support Gaston's plan when it only benefitted him and possibly the asylum warden. At least Scar implied that aiding him in murdering Mufasa and Simba would leave a surplus of food for the hyenas, not to mention the hyenas hated the two anyhow.). I mean, I guess they could try to make him a "prince" as in a governor for Napoleon, although that would be pushing it. Let's keep Belle off for now until we have official confirmation for Belle's time period. Unlike Sleeping Beauty for example, or even Pocahontas, there's absolutely no mention of the time period in the film (well, technically, there's no mention of a time period in TLM either, but at least they mentioned it in the TV series with Hans Christian Andersen). I mean, even Disney had to make sure Pocahontas was accurate enough to the historical event to pass the litmus test, even with their tweaking history somewhat, so completely ignoring a major event like the French Revolution and the death of the monarchy is a pretty egregrious change to make. Not that I wouldn't like the French Revolution to have never existed (that bloodbath massacred many of my fellow Christians, so I'm not too happy about it or the praise it gets), but still...

      Either way, let's leave them out for now, at least until there's enough confirmation (besides, technically Cinderella herself never appeared in The Little Mermaid).

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  • Page 65 of The Art of Frozen states "For a more classical fairy tale look, it was decided to place the narrative in the 1840's"

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    • Rob52xbhs wrote:
      I will edit the trivia to indicate that Belle was telling The Beast the Fairytale of Cinderella not exactly the story of Cinderella herself as if it was a new event that just occured in another land. So then if we agree upon that were do we stand with Cinderella;s time frame? have we disected it enough to prove it is the 19th Century?

      Also I will even try to write him a letter just to prove to fans where it takes place!

      Go ahead. I also suggest you make sure you use certified mail just so you can be certain it reaches the right address. Go ahead with Cinderella for 19th Century, as well.

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    • Its amazing how much work the Disney fandom puts people though. Also this has been extremlly fun to disect all these movies and time periods! Glad we came to an agreement.

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  • Are you sure that they are her relatives.  Neptune and Possiedon are gods and there children are immortal.  It is the same with Hercules is a relative of Zues.  His Uncle would be Possiedon not Neptune because Neptune would of been a Roman god not a greek.

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    • Orion001 wrote:
      You may want to create the page for him.  Because the conection goes to Poseidon the god.  Oh I saw the tv series myself a few life times ago.  So it has been while.


      Okay, maybe it wasn't Sebastian, although he was certainly called the son of Poseidon. Can't give much info or sources as I haven't really watched the series much (not to mention can't anyways, thanks to Disney's insistance that they bury it and not give it a DVD release it deserves). In fact, to be honest, I discovered it on the TLM characters page on Wikipedia. I'll at least try to create the hyperlink, though someone who actually has watched the series will have to do the honors of actually creating the article.

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    • OK.  I guess all thinks are clear now.  Good to talk not to fight.

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