W.I.T.C.H. Wiki

B is for Betrayal is the second episode of season 2, and the twenty-eighth episode overall of the TV series.


The Knights of Vengeance attack Meridian and begin targeting those, who betrayed their former master's loyalty. Back on Earth, the Guardians are called to another realm, Kandrakar, and learn of their new status as the Guardians of the Infinite Dimensions, after the Veil's lifting. The girls notice a sudden change in Cornelia's powers. Cornelia is still angry with Caleb for remaining on Meridian after Phobos' defeat.

In the B-story, Cornelia has a crush on Taranee's brother, Peter Cook. He's uninterested in his little sister's friend until the end of the episode, when Cornelia, though not in Guardian form, retains her Guardian figure. The other girls tell Peter she's Cornelia's older sister, "Lilian". Also, Will gives Cornelia a kitten, but Cornelia gives him to the actual Lilian, who names the cat Napoleon.


  • Every second-season episode has a clear focus on one of the five main characters. This episode is one of 4 in the season to focus on Cornelia Hale.
  • This episode marks the first appearances of Peter Cook and Napoleon as well as the world of Kandrakar and its inhabitants Althor, Halinor, Tibor, the Oracle, and Luba, and also the Aurameres and the Tooth of the Tonga.
  • This episode also marks the only actual appearance of the Veil in the series. While present throughout the series up to this point, it is apparently only visible on Kandrakar so it is not seen in previous episodes, and in this episode it is lifted away.
  • Cornelia gains the power to make herself as tall as she appears in her Guardian form.
  • Beginning with this episode, the W.I.T.C.H. girls say their elements in a different way during their transformation, as opposed to in season 1 where they said their elements the same way every time they transformed.
  • From this episode on, W.I.T.C.H. is known as the Guardians of the Infinite Dimensions.
  • It is interesting how Irma asked sarcastically if becoming the Guardians of the Infinite Dimensions comes with a raise, not knowing that the Guardians would get upgrades to their powers in the next episode.

Behind the scenes