Can someone plz put these pictures of witches on the Witch banished to Shrek's swamp coz I think they’re based on the same character.Read more >
These Fairy Godmothers are fairies seen in different productions of Shrek the Musical. They are presumably based on Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother.Read more >
Once upon a time, there was a King and Queen who had a bratty daughter named Rapunzel. They couldn’t take anymore of her brattiness so they sent her to live with their neighbour, Dame Gothel, who lived in a tower. Rapunzel was Scared of Gothel and heavily disliked Gothel, so she made up in her head that she was kidnapped by her when she was a baby. At one point when she did something wrong, Gothel cut and shaved her hair off, making her bald
Once day, a Prince named Marco came by, having been sent by Dama Fortuna to seek out Rapunzel and marry her. He climbed up the tower and fell in love with her, but she didn’t return his feelings. She pushed him out of the tower into the thorn bush, causing him to go blind. She also disposed of Gothel th…Read more >
Swamp Magic is magic done by swamp people and creatures. It is usually found in the swamps of New Orleans and Louisiana. The Curse to become an ogre may have been swamp magic, so the Witch who cursed Fiona may have been a swamp magic-user.Read more >
In my Snow White story, I included Duloc Sports Centre. I based it on Blackpool Sports Centre next to Stanley Park. Anyway, here’s the picture of it.Read more >
Once upon a time, in Ormond Castle in Far Far Away, a beautiful queen gives birth to a baby girl who had lips red as the Rose, hair black as ebony and skin as white as snow. She named her Snow White, but died shortly after that. The King then married another woman who was vain. Not long after their marriage, the new Queen killed her husband, making Snow an orphan.
The Evil Queen, named Queen Coco, made Snow White a scullery maid to quench her beauty. Eventually however, she surpassed her stepmother in beauty. Queen Coco made her huntsman take her stepdaughter to Duloc Hills to kill her. He could not, however, and told her to run away, which she did. She eventually made it to Duloc Sports Centre which was owned by Seven Dwarfs, since they ha…Read more >
Dopey Farquaad is a character who is only referenced in Shrek the Third. In that film, his name was seen on Snow White’s arm tattoo.
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Back when Lord Farquaad’s parents were ruling Duloc, the Ye Olde Souvenir Shoppe sold many souvenirs, such as figurines based on nursery rhyme characters. One such figurine, called Bo Peep, was bought by a woman named Mrs Jennifer Emily Parr, For her newborn baby, Molly. When she took her upstairs, Bo saw a figurine of a chimney sweeper named Woody, who she immediately fell in love with. That night, Bo crept downstairs to meet him, but a satyr interrupted them, saying that HE had fallen for her too, only for her looks. Bo refused, saying she wanted to be with Woody. Two other figurines, claiming to be Bo’s grandmas, give her their blessings to marry Woody.
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Mangiafuoco is a puppet master who is Pinocchio’s archenemy.
Stromboli's Workshop is, as its name suggests, the home of Stromboli the Puppet Master.Read more >
The 1st Good Queen is the biological mother of Snow White.
She lived in the Evil Queen’s Castle until her death in childbirth.
In early versions of Snow White (fairytale), she is still alive and is the Evil Queen.Read more >
Snow White’s Father, aka the Good King is, as his name suggests, the father of Snow White and husband of the Evil Queen.
He lived in the Evil Queen’s Castle till his untimely death.Read more >
Since @WilsonHydetheThird thinks that Prince Prospero ruled Duloc for a brief time between Shrek and Scared Shrekless, I did myself a King Prospero of Duloc T-Shirt. Here’s a picture of it.
P.S. The next T-shirt I’ll do for myself will be one based on Annabel Lee, since @WilsonHyde the Third believes her 2 be Farquaad’s mother.Read more >
Heigh-Ho is a song from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Disney) that has been parodied in the Shrek series.
In the Ballad of Farquaad, Lord Farquaad says that his father Grumpy would “simply mutter “Heigh-ho” - then off to work he’d go.” At the end of the song, he says “I’m off to work - Heigh Ho!”
At the end of the short film, the silhouettes of The Seven Dwarfs are seen singing the song before Shrek (character) and co. egg them and Happy says “I’m not happy!”Read more >
The name of Snow White is a popular name in fairytale land. As such, it’s not a surprise to assume that it’s a popular name in the Shrek universe as well.
Snow White from Snow White (fairytale)
Snow-White from Snow-White and Rose-Red
Snow-White-Fire-Red from the fairytale of the same name.
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I knocked on the staff room door and Dale answered.
"Still wanna watch Shrek 2?" I asked.
"Why not?" Dale answered.
We went down and were about to put the DVD in, when someone knocked on the door. Dale had no idea who she was when we answered, but I did.
"Hi, Alex!" the Fairy Godmother greeted, "Thank you for inviting me!"
"Hi, Evangeline!" I said.
We eventually let her in.
"In this film, you two'll be facing my twin sister," said Evangeline Fortuna.
"You have a sister?" asked Dale.
"Yeah, but she's a wicked fairy," Evangeline explained.
"So is she Carabosse?" I asked.
"Heck, no," scoffed Evangeline, "She and Carabosse are still enemies. My sister's name is Dama, meaning Dame. So, are you putting the DVD in?"
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Queen Eartha’s Castle is the home of Queen Eartha and her minions.Read more >
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Queen Eartha was Queen of the Incas.
Snow-White-Fire-Red is an Italian fairytale similar to Rapunzel (fairytale).
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Miserable the dwarf is a dwarf from Snow White (fairytale) and loosely based on the Prince from the Little Mermaid fairytale.
He married the Little Mermaid after her Prince married Princess Vanessa. However, after having a child with him, she couldn’t live her unhappy life anymore, so she committed suicide (a homage to the original tale), which made Miserable all the more miserable.
He spends most of his time at the Poison Apple.
I was feeling miserable tonight and I wanted 2 share my misery with the world, so I wrote this story down, which I had in my head 4 some time now.Read more >
Enjoying the nice breeze in the swamps, Donkey was eating waffles and drinking some fine "Johnny Appleseed" branded apple cider. Having been left to homesit Shrek's home while on his honeymoon, he seemed to have all the free time he had. Although he would often feel alone in this environment, not being with his best friend and all. In order to cope, he invited his fairy tale friends over for a small "get together". Although once he made sent out his invitations, word quickly spread across the surrounding land about Donkey's event. Gingy ended up bringing his girlfriend Suzie, Pinocchio brought his friend Snail, and the Three Pigs tagged along with everyone from Mother Goose Land. The insane crowd greatly pleased Donkey, and he turned the l…Read more >
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The Yellow Fairy Godmother, also known as Miss Nettle, is an apprentice of The Fairy Godmothers. She was an evil fairy, but redeemed herself. She is based on the Disney Junior character Miss Nettle.
Jesus Christ was a Dark Wizard who was born on 25th December.
With Mary being a witch, she just created Jesus inside her womb with magic. Back in those days, children out of wedlock was bad, so she told her non-magical partner, Joseph, about it and he agreed to pretend to be the father and that Jesus was God's child. Mary gave birth to him in a stable in Bethlehem and all the animals and 3 wise men gathered to meet him.
Jesus soon grew up and did all kinds of stuff with his magic, such as walking on water, bringing people back from the dead (which, in reality, were just zombies, which he gave personality to), all things which his followers (known as Christians) were awed at, but those who feared him thought that what he was doing was frighten…
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Hansel and Gretel’s Stepmother is, as her name suggests, the Stepmother of Hansel and Gretel.
She was the titular childrens’ BIOLOGICAL mother in early versions.Read more >
This unidentified Song is a song written by Paul McCartney when was going to voice Rumpelstiltskin.
It is unknown what the lyrics are.Read more >
After long sessions of signing contracts and negotiating with neighboring continents, Lord Farquaad finally got his plans approved. Remove all supernatural/fairy tale creatures from all of Duloc and other countries. Unfortunately that only meant lower class and middle class characters could be turned in. Higher ranks such as Fairy Godmother (show name for Dama Fortuna) and Sleeping Beauty would have to be dismissed from the removal act. However, Snow White and Cinderella were both turned in without his knowledge, having been accused for crimes of loitering and princess fraud respectively. This also meant other illegal dicators and figures of royalty could be arrested. Throught the course of three days, lines began to form in various areas …Read more >
One day in 1945, a soldier named Darren came home from the now-ending Global Ogre War led by the mad ogre, Maximus Daauqraf, to find that an old woman named Dama Fortuna was looking in a hole in a tree next to his house in the countryside,
“What r u doing?” he asked.
“I’m looking 4 a tinderbox in here,” she answered, “If u get it 4 me, u can keep anything in here, but I want the tinderbox.”
Darren went thru the hole and found it. He wondered what the woman wanted with it, so he rubbed it and three dogs came out of it. One of them was named Fu and had eyes the size of teacups, the second had eyes the size of water wheels and the third had eyes the size of a tower. They were filled with money which Darren filled his pockets with. When he went o…Read more >
Does anyone know who these picture are of? I found them in the Shrek 2 (video game).Read more >
Dama Stiltskin (nee. Fortuna) is the Fairy Godmother from the alternate timeline in the Shrek Forever After (video game). She is voiced by Claudia Christian.
Stiltskin is first seen in Princess Fiona’s tower, putting on her tiara and saying “Ah, fit for a fairy queen!” Shrek approaches her, calls her “Granny” and asks for the tiara. Stiltskin reveals she’s “Queen for a Week,” much to everyone’s shock. A battle soon takes place with Witches.
Soon, Stiltskin surrenders the tiara, screaming “This doesn’t mean anything, you know! I’m still the Queen, you hear me! THE QUEEN!”Read more >
Can someone plz put these 2 pictures on the Rumpelstiltskin page? Thank u.Read more >
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Fairy Godfathers are the male versions of fairy godmothers. They do the exact same thing as their female counterparts, grant wishes to their godchild.
It was a typical day at the dwarfs’s cottage. The dwarfs were going to work, singing “Hi-ho” as they went. Snow White was making apple pie when there was a knock at the door and she answered it.
“Who are you?” She asked the supposed 8th dwarf.
“I am Grumpy’s son, Maximus,” Farquaad answered.
“So I take it, ur at least half-dwarf?” Snow asked.
“No! How did u know?”
“Coz u look shorter than a human, but taller than a dwarf,” she answered.
“Can I put u down as a bachelorette for me to marry?” Farquaad asked.
“I don’t know,” she replied, “I’d have 2 spend time with u first.”
So the two dated. Farquaad hated his father “sleeping seven to a bed,” as he would later complain about. But soon, she discovered his true personality, that he was a self-hating b…Read more >
Harry Potter series: 7 Harry Potter Stories in the fairytale genre about a half-stag, half-wizard boy. The 1st story will take place during the 2001-2002 school year.
The Frog Prince: Harold and Lillian’s origins.
The Frog Princess: The relationship between Harold and the toad he saw at the Poison Apple.
Snow White and the 1 half-dwarf: Snow White meeting Farquaad.
The Tinderbox 2: Prequel about Darren in the Global Ogre War.
The Little Mermaid: Another adaptation of the classic fairytale.
Snow White and the 7 dwarfs
Snow-White-Fire-Red: A story explaining Dama Fortuna’s hatred for ogres.
The Greatest Gift: A stranger approaches George Pratt in his darkest moment.
The Princess and the Pauper: A gender-flipped version of the Prince and the Pauper.… Read more >
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone: Harry Potter learns he is half-wizard and goes to Hogwarts to learn magic. Takes place during the 2001-2002 school year.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: The Chamber of Secrets has been opened. Enemies of the heir, beware! Takes place during the 2002-2003 school year.
The next 5 books will be made up by me, coz it’s only the first 2 that are written in the fairytale genre. The third book is where the series gets darker, so the next 5 that I make up will be in the genre of fairytales.Read more >
Can someone plz put these pictures from the Far Far Away Times onto their respective pages?Read more >
Henry: The half-merman son of King Derek and Queen Toodles. Dama Fortuna doesn’t like that Toddles has had a happy ending, so she tries 2 kill Toodles, but fails.
Evil Queen/Queen Coco: Snow White’s biological mother. She got part of a happy ending when she married her Prince Charming, the King of Ormond, but she felt she had been stripped from it when he died. When she fed the Poison Apple 2 her daughter, she had a change of heart and kissed her on the lips, thus gaining the rest of her happy ending, being a good mother. However, Dama Fortuna didn’t like that, thinking that “villains don’t get happy endings,” so she implanted fake memories in their heads and that was it until Shrek the Third.
Harry Potter: A half-Wizard child who is sent to l…Read more >
The Good Queen, also known as the Good Witch, previously known as the Evil Queen and the Wicked Witch, is a minor antagonist in Shrek the Third. She is based on the antagonist from Snow White (fairytale).
The Evil Queen was first seen shooting pool at the Poison Apple, which she owned at the time. At first, she disliked Prince Charming, but she warmed up to him when he promised her and the other villains their own happily ever after.
The Evil Queen was last seen holding a dagger to Queen Lillian’s aka the Other Good Queen’s, throat, but after Arthur Pendragon convinced the villains to be something else, she said she always wanted to open a spa in France, turns good and thus becomes the Good Queen.Read more >
Cinderella’s Father is, as his name suggests, the father of Cinderella, the 2nd husband of Cinderella's Stepmother and the stepfather of Doris and Mabel.
In the original Cinderella story, he tolerates the mistreatment from his stepdaughters to his own daughter since he was ruled by his new wife.
@WilsonHydetheThird, can u plz make it so that Cinderella’s Dad is ruled by his new wife since that was in the original story?
Also, I’m sorry that I called ur view on the Little Mermaid ending “nonsense,” but I hope u understand I had 2 express my views on what u said about it.Read more >
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Doris and Mabel’s biological father is, as his name suggests, the father of Doris and Mabel and the first husband of Cinderella's Stepmother.
This contract of Rumpelstiltskin’s is a contract that allows the signer to “become a real boy.”
Pinocchio was about 2 sign this contract when Shrek comes in and Rumpel accidentally spills ink all over the paper, causing Pinoke 2 be dragged away, shouting, “I was so close! So close!”
This contract seems 2 be Rumpel’s version of the Turquoise Haired Fairy from the original Pinocchio novel.Read more >
The Evil Mother-In-Law is an unfinished story by the Brothers Grimm. It is based on the 2nd part of Charles Perrault’s Sleeping Beauty.
Briar Rose (Sleeping Beauty) meets her ogre mother-in-law.
@WilsonHydetheThird, do u think u could call the bit of ur Sun, Moon and Talia story with the Ogre The Evil Mother-in-law?Read more >
So tonight I am doing light research on various stage productions of a wide variety. I thought perhaps I could create a post listing some of these productions I am thinking of representing in some of my stories. Most of which are either from William Shakespeare or Gilbert & Sullivan. Think of this as the second encyclopedia if you will.
Just for safe measure, all of these plays are ones that I belive fit the bill of the Shrek universe fairly well. Since all of them are in the public domain, have been referenced in the series ('Midsummer' was lightly spoofed in the fourth film on Shrek's bookshelf), or even had characters appear as key characters (Captain Hook in the thrid film). Not to mention that it could represent the more "taasteful" an…Read more >
Since @WilsonHydetheThird refused 2 give HIS little mermaid, Violet, a happy ending, I decided I would 4 MY little mermaid. So here we go:
Once upon a time, in the lake next 2 an aquarium, there was a kingdom of mermaids, ruled by King Neptune and his dowager mother.
The youngest, named Toodles, was interested in whether humans lived forever. One day, she saved one, called Prince Derek, from drowning. He and his royal family were visiting the aquarium from Denmark.
Wondering what if she DIDN’T save him, she asked her grandmother whether humans lived forever. The grandmother told her that humans had an immortal soul, while mermaids turn 2 sea foam.
Determined 2 have a soul, Toodles went 2 Morgana, her aunt, and told her her problem and her aunt…Read more >
@WilsonHydetheThird, Today I went 2 a Sleeping Beauty ballet and this is how Carabosse looked in it.
Do u think u could draw ur version based on this? Or perhaps like Dama Fortuna, coz some people say SHE’S Carabosse.
Update: I went 2 another Sleeping Beauty ballet today in Manchester and Carabosse looked like a regular human being (though see picture).Read more >
Once upon a time, there lived a strange little man named Rumpelstiltskin. He was a traveller by birth, having already been gifted with the ability to walk on his own feet after two weeks of living. In his old town, Rumpelstiltskin would con his infant friends with pieces of paper with crude writing; getting them to sign and earn something with odd exchanges. As he grew older, he went from stealing candy from babies to gaining money from other children his age. What his colleagues got in return were usually petty material goods, maybe a pretty dress or a sword. Many years had gone by, and the little man was only getting better with his craft. Not only was he making deals with older folks with desperate needs, but even wealthy nobles and eve…Read more >
This is my "encyclopedia" of both existing and fan-made Shrek characters, which features the characters I have planned to be featured in my stories (which will come to a close once I do everyone I wish to write about). It will progress from the major cast to the minor additions that are either hardly realized or made up. The list should come in handy for those who wish to follow my writings on a regular basis.
(NOTE: Some characters will either have brief descriptions, or one sentence. I apologize for any inconsistecies.)
Shrek: A socially anxious yet quick witted ogre with a heart of gold. Raised by rather brutal parents, he was forced to live on his own after he grew too old at age 21. After living alone for over a decade, he soon found a…
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Sleeping Beauty is a fairytale written by Squib author Charles Perrault and later by the Squib Brothers Grimm.
An evil fairy curses a Princess to enter a 100 year slumber.
In the Harry Potter world, it is said that this fairytale is based on an actual event where the hag Leticia Somnolens tainted a spindle with the Draught of Living Death and a Princess touched it and fell asleep, but a wizard smeared Wiggenweld Potion on his lips and kissed the Princess.
@WilsonHydetheThird, do u think u could head over 2 the Harry Potter Wiki and do fanfiction based on the Harry Potter version?Read more >
Caradoc is an antagonist in the Sleeping Beauty ballet. He is Carabosse’s son, but his father is unknown (but I like 2 think his father is Sleeping Beauty’s father).
After his mother dies, Caradoc plans 2 exact revenge on Aurora and the Prince.
@WilsonHydetheThird, do u think u could include Caradoc in ur Sleeping Beauty story as well as Carabosse?Read more >
In ancient Greek religion and mythology, the Moirai or Moerae, often known in English as the Fates, were the white-robed incarnations of destiny. There are three of them: Clotho (spinner), Lachesis (allotter) and Atropos ('unturnable', a metaphor for death).
They controlled the mother thread of life of every mortal from birth to death and were also the inspiration for the role of the Fairy Godmother (job).
@WilsonHydetheThird, since you've done fan fiction based on mythology, maybe you'd like 2 do fan fiction based on these Weird Sisters?Read more >