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Why isn't there a WITCH live action series, like the Winx series that just aired this year on Netflix!? I need this in my life... WITCH was such a big part of my childhood and I really think this could be a great idea.
In my opinion WITCH deal with many important "coming of age"-problems that could be further explored in a modern series production, not just love interests, but issues about friendship, parents and familly, expectations from society, a struggle for independence and so on. Not to forget all the beautiful drawings, the amazing magic and the meaningful and heartful messages at the end of every edition about yeah, life in itself.
Anyone with opinions about this?
Will Vandom: She definitely has a hard time trusting others, so, not a Hufflepuff. While she is ambitious, she often keeps to herself, and Slytherins tend to value fraternity/sorority, so, not a Slytherin. She often refuses to listen to wise council, so, Ravenclaw's out. That leaves Gryffindor. Which fits her very well. She has a fiery personality, and she stands in front as a leader, meaning she would fit very well in Gryffindor.
Irma Lair: She is very spunky, cheerful, optomistic, and cheerful person, which, would make you think she's a Gryffindor. However, she has one thing going against it, she is often very selfish, and uses her powers for her own gain. Gryffindors only use their skills to help others, not for their own gain. She's way too uninteligent to be a Ravenclaw, and her selfishness doesn't suit her very well in Hufflepuff. The thing is, she's very resourseful, cunning, and, she's always wanted to be in charge, and form her own teams. Putting her firmly in Slytherin.
Taranee Cook: Do I need to explain? She is very whitty, inteligent, and wise. Yes, she has some Slytherin qualities, such as determination and ambition, but, her wisdom shines more, putting her in Ravenclaw.
Cornelia Hale: Her personality differs depending on the medium, making it difficult for her to sort. But, let's try anyway. In the comics, she takes on a more motherly role, but, does have that playful side of her shining through at times. In the TV Series, it's the other way around. But, what is common between the two mediums, is that they both show her to be very materialistic, have a determination to improve, and sometimes even break the rules. She also has shown the desire to be part of teams. So, that puts her firmly in Slytherin.
Hay Lin: She was probobly the hardest to sort. She has both Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw traits. She has the selflessness and hardworking nature of a Hufflepuff, but, also the creativity and whit of a Ravenclaw. One could make the argument for both houses. But, I will say, painting, working at a restaurant, and even writing, takes a lot of hardwork. And she has shown her selfless side of her personality more often than not, so, I would say that she belongs in Hufflepuff.
Orube: She is the only guardian to never once appear in the TV Series, her arc was going to be adapted, but Disney just didn't give a damn about the series, so, they pulled the plug on it. So, is she selfless, trusting, and determined enough to be a Hufflepuff? No. She acts cranky to those she doesn't trust. Is she wise enough to be a Ravenclaw? Not really. Is she cunning enough to be a Slytherin? Not really. She has ambition, but necessary for power. That leaves Gryffindor, and while she isn't brave, one could argue that, similar to Peter Pettigrew (Wormtail), she values bravery more than anything, which is why she would choose Gryffindor above all else.
Hi everyone! I'm rewatching W.I.T.C.H. and I'm feeling so happy and nostalgic.
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I found this petition and wanted to share it because W.I.T.C.H. is apart of me... I love it, and I know you guys do too!!
It will most likely not happen... But it's worth a shot!! Who's in?
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Hey W.I.TC.H wiki my name is BlackbeltGeh But I want to be called Halo. I just started Vol.1 so pls don’t spoil! Hope we can get along
Hello u me one question stills from season 3 or deleted scenes from 1 and 2 season
If Witch gets a reboot as a Disney+ original should it be a animated reboot with the characters getting new designs similar to their comic designs or a live action series to compete with Netflix’s Fate: Winx Saga series?
Its madoka magica but- uhhh, weirder?
I am Italian and unfortunately the files I am looking for from WITCH cannot be found here. So I was hoping to read them in English. Anyone know in which books they printed WITCH WORLD? I attach the photos of the Italian magazine
Im a boy and i even love dis show
Short while ago, I was putting my theories on Hearts and their Keeper. This section will be focusing on Meridian.
Big shout out to the author of W.I.T.C.H fancomic, 'Sovereign' for providing useful information in the comic ver.! Read more about Meridian here.
Time before Escanors: there's little account on the past other than when Escanors came to power.
The Infinite City: in the animated ver., this served as refuge for the rebellion and a prison in season 2. But in the comic ver., there is an underground place that works the same as the animated ver. but it was more of a sewage system than a city. This City is possibly one of the ancient place that still intact and the oldest. (think of Orzammar in Dragon Age universe)
Light of Meridian: We all know Escanor Queens inherit it but what of their predecessors? King Morgon of Kahedrin is the last king that rule Meridian, is it possible that he possessed the Heart before Kandrakar's interference?
Escanor heritage: according to the writers, Escanor hailed from Briton (5th century Britain) and part of King Richard's then King John's court and fought in the crusade. I looked up on King John's time, I deduced they left after Normandy in 1200s. Here's a fun one: the Oracle saw Prince Escanor as Meridian saviour. A royal blood that possibly share King Richard's saved the world. Why? I discovered that King Richard was an attractive man with red and blond hair, light-eyed and pale complexion. (source: here under childhood, 3rd paragraph)
Migration: Earth and Meridian could be intertwined, with them being a stone throw away. This reinforced the existence of magical creatures across Earth (e.g. Basiliade with Asia). This also explained why some worlds has similar cultures and architectures as Earth. How? Portals perhaps. My theory is that creatures used them to travel (either made or specific locations) until magic seen as satanic.
Technology: While Meridian is still in 15th century, it is possible to have sort-of modern technology exist. Romans created a lot of things before, why not Meridian? How else one build the Infinite City?
Judging by Escanor's origin, it would safe to say their religion could based on Christianity. But it may have changed as centuries passed. Meridianite may worship their Queen as a deity, the same way Pharaohs was worshiped by their people.
There might be ancient religions like back in ancient Greek e.g. Cult of Persephone.
So far in animated ver., Meridian has three islands. One is where a volcano rest, in which use to mine threbite ores (and the Star).
There may be has more than one kingdom. In the season 1 of the animated ver., the map showed cities in each island. With the vast sea between them, I would way each island is one country at least.
Time scale: there are a lot of errors on timeline in both version, so my theory is each planet has its own time zone, some moved fast e.g. the Fast-World, and some moved the same or slower e.g. Zambala, Meridian. Think of how time on Mars is twice as Earth days due to orbitual path. Therefore, Meridian may move slower than Earth does. This filled up the time loops on C.H.Y.K.N encounters with Phobos in their Guardian days.
Architecture: with the migration theory above, Meridian shared and mixed of architecture from medieval, gothic, roman/Greek, renaissance and baroque.
Matriarchy: why only queen became the sole ruler? The Light only passed onto from one queen to the next. This is probably why Weira told Elyon in the comic ver. But like the choosing of Guardians, it is unknown of why other than hereditary.
Possible regency: it can be if the queen is too young or invalid to rule. A prince/king would have to marry to produce a female heir. With the theory of Escanor origin, they may want to keep it into family only. (it's not unusual for royal families, especially back in the day)
Princes: their rank would not be high as princesses but never lower than mere nobleman or a knight. The title "King" may used for a regent. And they can get into any employment that suited their current status; i.e. scholar, military, etc.
'They're not the first': with a lot of plot holes in both versions, Weira may shared her name with her ancestors. Thus, when the Mage created Star of Threbe, it was not for Elyon's and Phobos' mother. This can goes the same with Phobos.
Heraldry: medieval coat of arms is essential for people with higher status. But Escanor's heraldry is Seal of Phobos. How far back is this symbol exist? With the theory above, it is possible Phobos' ancestors create it. The 'why' is unknown but my theory is; what if King Morgon created it? If it is so, then there would be more story than meets the eye. What if he put a curse on the Escanors for revenge? And the symbol that represent fear is a warning and reminder for the royal family that their rule will end in the hands of their own flesh and blood. That would be something.
And that concludes it.
Please add your thoughts/opinions/theories. Hopefully fanfiction writers inspired by these points of mine and help with their stories.
Let me know if you want more on other topics, though I am unsure about the rest since I grew up with the animated version than the other counterpart.
Greetings, fellow W.I.T.C.Hers!
During this trying times, shall we occupy our mind from the nasty things happening to a healthy debate of our favourite fandom? Sometime ago, I was posting a Phobos fanart in DeviantArt and my mind was delving into this fandom's lore. Unfortunately, no one grace me with their opinion so I figure I try it here.
The theories are based on both comic and animated versions because plot holes. Shame really. The writer(s) in both versions wasted the opportunity to explore deeply about W.I.T.C.H universe.
Firstly, let's talk about Heart. We all know what this is. Based of the animated version, every world has a Heart. Without it, the world will slowly dying. Basically it function almost similar to a heart (or a soul, I guess) of a living thing.
*I use the term 'Keeper' for the holder of a Heart since it's fitting.*
Here are the theories:
A Heart can be inside a living creature or in a object
It can be passed down hereditary e.g. Meridian monarchs. It was unknown whether the rulers before Escanors has a Heart.
It can have temporary Keeper when necessary i.e. the Mage (animated ver.). This also apply to stand-in Guardians i.e. Orube being filling Taranee's place.
The condition of 'require permission' to change Keeper, so far only the Oracle can sort-of bypass this. And family members can discard this condition due to sharing same bloodline/DNA e.g. Phobos with Elyon.
Certain Hearts can merged into current Keeper (e.g. Will) while some remain its physical appearance (e.g. Heart of Zambala).
Following above, Hearts that merged with the Keeper can leave some of its powers behind e.g. Cassidy (comic).
Hearts tend to act on its own. This mostly shown with Will but it didn't protect Cassidy from Nerissa unless Nerissa trick/poison Cassidy or Nerissa somehow has magic that powerful enough the can topple the Heart's magic. (more similar object like Seal of Phobos in animated ver. perhaps).
Hearts can merge with another Hearts e.g. Nerissa's Scepter (animated ver.). Perhaps there's additional perks other than increase in power i.e. longevity, immune to certain type of magic, access to all types of magic, etc.
The origin of a Heart is merely a tale. Like all relics and artifacts, origins were stories told through word of mouth and can blur the line between spiritual and scientific reasonings.
Following above, it is possible the Nymph Xin Jing was actually the first solo Keeper of the Heart of Kandrakar (the amount of guardians increase overtime) and has her soul merged with the Heart due to long exposure and usage. If this is the case, then Dark Mother is Keeper of Heart of Earth oppose to Lillian.
This one is the hard one: Choosing a Heart's Keeper. In the comic, Will was chosen because she's born under Star of Cassidy and Cornelia was due to Lillian was the Heart of Earth in the animated ver. while others was never revealed. However, we don't have any solid evidence to further study any possibilities other than being choose randomly.
And that concludes it.
Please add your thoughts/opinions/theories. Sorry about the last one, that theory has my mind in whirlwind. Hopefully fanfiction writers inspired by these points of mine and help with their stories.
Let me know if you want more on other topics.
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Does anyone know if witch has any future more comics or tv or anything at all ? in my opinion its one of the best comics out there and very underrated it will be a shame to be left out and forgotten
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