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What fairytale/story do you think the show has adapted the best?
 
What fairytale/story do you think the show has adapted the best?
   
No.1 has to be the Snow White story for obvious reasons. We got new perspectives, that redefined the story, and we explored the nature of many of the characters well. Another one for me was Rapunzel. We didn't get to explore as much of the tale in the series, but the show managed to honour its fairytales roots (e.g. stealing radished from the garden, making Gothel a nature-based witch), while adding cool twists and giving us an amazing villain (RIP Lady T [https://emojipedia.org/loudly-crying-face/ 😭])<ac_metadata title="Best story adaptation" related_topics="Snow White (Fairytale)"> </ac_metadata>
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No.1 has to be the Snow White story for obvious reasons. We got new perspectives, that redefined the story, and we explored the nature of many of the characters well. Another one for me was Rapunzel. We didn't get to explore as much of the tale in the series, but the show managed to honour its fairytales roots (e.g. stealing radished from the garden, making Gothel a nature-based witch), while adding cool twists and giving us an amazing villain (RIP Lady T 😭)<ac_metadata title="Best story adaptation" related_topics="Snow White (Fairytale)"> </ac_metadata>

Latest revision as of 14:41, April 20, 2018

What fairytale/story do you think the show has adapted the best?

No.1 has to be the Snow White story for obvious reasons. We got new perspectives, that redefined the story, and we explored the nature of many of the characters well. Another one for me was Rapunzel. We didn't get to explore as much of the tale in the series, but the show managed to honour its fairytales roots (e.g. stealing radished from the garden, making Gothel a nature-based witch), while adding cool twists and giving us an amazing villain (RIP Lady T 😭)

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