The witch lives the life of a wood carver, and uses her knowledge in magic to help her in her work. The Will O' the Wisps lead Princess Merida to the her hut, and the woman insists in presenting herself as a simple wood carver. But Merida rapidly realizes her real nature, after seeing a broom moving by itself, a speaking crow, and other abnormal wonders. The witch tells her that she's not a witch due to too many unsatisfied customers and tries get rid of Merida with floating knifes until Merida offers to buy all of her carvings. In exchange of buying her entire stock, Merida convinces the witch to give her a spell in the form of a cake, to change her mother.
When Merida comes back to the witch's hut, hoping to find a remedy to the spell, she finds, instead of the witch gone for the Wicker Man Festival in Stornoway, a potion-powered automated message through which the witch reveals the spell will become permanent by the second sunrise. The witch also leaves Merida a riddle "Fate be changed, look inside, mend the bond torn by pride", which contains the way to revert the spell.
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The Legend of Mor'du
The Witch tells the legend of the eldest prince of the forgotten kingdom who sought her out to give a spell that will give him the strength of ten men and that would change his fate in exhange for his ring. So she does so and he became Mor'du and the kingdom crumbled into darkness and endlessly wandered. It was revealed the Witch was telling the story to Wee Dingwall who came to the witch. She offered him a spell to challenge his fate but he frightenly claimed that he just wanted a drink of water and tries to run out the door. The Witch kindly tells him to pull the door and then Wee Dingwall runs away. She says goodbye and closes the door to return to woodcarving.
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Characters: Princess Merida | King Fergus | Queen Elinor | Harris, Hubert and Hamish | Angus | Lord MacGuffin | Lord Macintosh | Lord Dingwall | Mor'du | Maudie | Young MacGuffin | Young Macintosh | Wee Dingwall | The Witch | The Crow | Will O' the Wisps | Martin | Gordon | Huge Warrior | The Ancient King | The Three Brothers