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|currentlocation = [[Wonderland]]
 
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*[[Amara]] † {{S|(formerly)}}
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*[[Jasmine]] {{S|(formerly)}}
 
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*[[Alice (Down the Rabbit Hole)|Alice]]
 
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*[[Ariel (Character)|Ariel]]
 
*[[Cyrus]]
 
*[[Cyrus]]
 
*[[Edwin]]
 
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}}{{Quote|So why don't you get on that raggedy carpet of yours and fly away?|The [[Red Queen]] to [[Jafar]]|Down the Rabbit Hole}}
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'''Flying Carpet''' are vehicles and magical items featured on [[ABC]]'s ''[[Once Upon a Time in Wonderland]]'' and ''[[Once Upon a Time]]''. They first appear in the [[Down the Rabbit Hole|first episode]] of the spin-off series.
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{{Quote|So why don't you get on that raggedy carpet of yours and fly away?|The [[Red Queen]] to [[Jafar]]|Down the Rabbit Hole}}
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The '''Flying Carpet''' is a vehicle and magical item featured on [[ABC]]'s ''[[Once Upon a Time in Wonderland]]'' and ''[[Once Upon a Time]]''. It first appears in the [[Down the Rabbit Hole|first episode]] of the spin-off series.
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The Flying Carpet is based on the item of the same name from ''[[One Thousand and One Nights]]'', and from the [[Disney]] film ''[[Aladdin (Film)|Aladdin]]''.
   
Flying Carpets are based on the vehicle/item of the same name from the [[Disney]] film, ''[[Aladdin (Film)|Aladdin]]''.
 
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==History==
 
==History==
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{{Before First Curse|
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After [[Aladdin]] chooses not to use the [[Shears of Destiny|shears]] to sever his [[Saviors|Savior]] ties, he uses a flying carpet to reach the [[Agrabahn Capital Palace|castle]] at the capital of [[Agrabah]], where he saves [[Jasmine]] from [[Jafar]]. {{Ep|Street Rats}}
Jafar saving Cyrus from the Boiling Sea w101 -->
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While Jasmine is seeking to defend the capital from Agrabah from Jafar, she agrees to help a mermaid named [[Ariel (Character)|Ariel]] reunite with her true love, [[Prince Eric]], whose army can be the protection Agrabah needs from the sorcerer. The two women ride the carpet as they scour for Eric and eventually find his camp after Ariel spots caravan flag through a spyglass. {{Ep|A Wondrous Place}}
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At some point, Jafar comes to possess the carpet as his form of transportation. He rides the carpet while chasing [[Emir|a messenger]] who is hurrying through a desert on horseback, and the man unknowingly leads him to Aladdin. {{Ep|The Savior}}
Jafar visiting the Red Queen at her castle w101
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Jafar on his carpet at the tum tum tree w102
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During Jafar's quest to break the laws of [[magic]], his search takes him to [[Wonderland]], where he tracks down the last [[Genie Magic|genie]] needed for the spell, [[Cyrus]]. The [[Red Queen]], allied with Jafar, pushes Cyrus into the [[Boiling Sea]] as a horrified [[Alice (Down the Rabbit Hole)|Alice]] watches him seemingly die. However, before Cyrus falls into the scorching water, [[Jasmine]]'s old carpet<ref>[http://kissthemgoodbye.net/onceuponatime/OnceUponaTimeinWonderland/displayimage.php?album=7&pid=15026#top_display_media External screenshot from "Bad Blood"]<br>[[:File:601JafarArrives.png]]<br>[[:File:615SaveMyCity.png]]</ref> catches him, saving his life. {{Ep|Down the Rabbit Hole}} }}
Jafar meeting Alice and turning Will into stone in the Queen's Maze w104
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{{After First Curse|nohide|
Jafar transports Edwin in front of Alice. Then, Jafar uses it to save his father who tried to jump. w107
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After [[Alice (Down the Rabbit Hole)|Alice]]'s return to [[Wonderland]] to rescue [[Cyrus]], Jafar flies the carpet to the balcony of the [[Red Queen]]'s [[Wonderland Castle|castle]]. He considers the Queen is not a worthy ally anymore and begins strangulating her, but when she boasts only she knows where Alice is, he lets her go. Jafar then goes back onto the carpet and returns to his [[Jafar's Tower|lair]] to check on an imprisoned Cyrus. {{Ep|Down the Rabbit Hole}}
Jafar flies away the Queen's castle as he explodes it w108
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Amara takes and uses the magic carpet with alice and cyrus to espace Jafar's castle w113
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Having forced an answer out of the Red Queen about the [[Genie Lamps|genie bottle]]'s whereabouts, Jafar speedily rides his carpet to the [[Tumtum Tree|Tumtum tree]] in [[Mimsy Meadows]] to unearth it. While still standing on the floating carpet, he summons a horde of [[Blood Scarabs|blood scarabs]] to dig the ground near the tree, as [[Alice (Down the Rabbit Hole)|Alice]] and [[Will Scarlet|Will]] watch nearby, unseen by him. {{Ep|Trust Me}}
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When Alice rescues Will from execution, the two escape into a [[Wonderland Maze|maze]], but Jafar uses his carpet to catch up with them before they can reach the maze exit. Jafar forces Alice into making the first of her three wishes by endangering Will's life, and as a further slap in the face to her, he turns Will into a stone statue, before taking off on his carpet. {{Ep|The Serpent}}
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Angered when Alice sees through his [[Edwin]] disguise, Jafar takes the real Edwin with him for a carpet ride and then dangles him in front of Alice. The sorcerer eventually drops his hold on Edwin, who almost plummets to his death, if not for Alice using another wish to whisk her father to safety in [[Victorian England]]. Satisfied over once again forcing Alice's hand, Jafar smugly departs on his carpet. Later, at Jafar's lair, the [[Old Prisoner]] attempts to kill himself in front of Jafar by jumping into a pit, only for the carpet to save him. {{Ep|Bad Blood}}
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In his fury over discovering the Red Queen gave him a fake genie bottle, Jafar collects one of her hairs to create a spell to get back at her. He then flies away from her castle on his carpet, and once he is far away enough, he decimates the entire building with fire magic. {{Ep|Home}}
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After the laws of magic are broken, [[Amara]] and Alice use the carpet to rush an injured Cyrus out of the castle and to the refuge of the [[White Rabbit]]'s [[Rabbit House|house]]. {{Ep|And They Lived...}} }}
 
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==Trivia==
 
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===On-screen Notes===
*The Flying Carpet appears in the [[Episode Title Cards|title card]] for "[[The Savior]]".<ref>[[:File:601Title.png]]</ref>
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*The flying carpet appears in the [[Episode Title Cards|title card]] for "[[The Savior]]"<ref>[[:File:601Title.png]]</ref> and "[[A Wondrous Place]]".<ref>[[:File:615Title.png]]</ref>
 
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==Appearances==
 
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<small>Note: "Archive" denotes archive footage.</small>
 
<small>Note: "Archive" denotes archive footage.</small>

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So why don't you get on that raggedy carpet of yours and fly away?
—The Red Queen to Jafar src

The Flying Carpet is a vehicle and magical item featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time in Wonderland and Once Upon a Time. It first appears in the first episode of the spin-off series.

The Flying Carpet is based on the item of the same name from One Thousand and One Nights, and from the Disney film Aladdin.

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Before First Curse

After Aladdin chooses not to use the shears to sever his Savior ties, he uses a flying carpet to reach the castle at the capital of Agrabah, where he saves Jasmine from Jafar. ("Street Rats")

While Jasmine is seeking to defend the capital from Agrabah from Jafar, she agrees to help a mermaid named Ariel reunite with her true love, Prince Eric, whose army can be the protection Agrabah needs from the sorcerer. The two women ride the carpet as they scour for Eric and eventually find his camp after Ariel spots caravan flag through a spyglass. ("A Wondrous Place")

At some point, Jafar comes to possess the carpet as his form of transportation. He rides the carpet while chasing a messenger who is hurrying through a desert on horseback, and the man unknowingly leads him to Aladdin. ("The Savior")

During Jafar's quest to break the laws of magic, his search takes him to Wonderland, where he tracks down the last genie needed for the spell, Cyrus. The Red Queen, allied with Jafar, pushes Cyrus into the Boiling Sea as a horrified Alice watches him seemingly die. However, before Cyrus falls into the scorching water, Jasmine's old carpet[1] catches him, saving his life. ("Down the Rabbit Hole")

After First Curse

After Alice's return to Wonderland to rescue Cyrus, Jafar flies the carpet to the balcony of the Red Queen's castle. He considers the Queen is not a worthy ally anymore and begins strangulating her, but when she boasts only she knows where Alice is, he lets her go. Jafar then goes back onto the carpet and returns to his lair to check on an imprisoned Cyrus. ("Down the Rabbit Hole")

Having forced an answer out of the Red Queen about the genie bottle's whereabouts, Jafar speedily rides his carpet to the Tumtum tree in Mimsy Meadows to unearth it. While still standing on the floating carpet, he summons a horde of blood scarabs to dig the ground near the tree, as Alice and Will watch nearby, unseen by him. ("Trust Me")

When Alice rescues Will from execution, the two escape into a maze, but Jafar uses his carpet to catch up with them before they can reach the maze exit. Jafar forces Alice into making the first of her three wishes by endangering Will's life, and as a further slap in the face to her, he turns Will into a stone statue, before taking off on his carpet. ("The Serpent")

Angered when Alice sees through his Edwin disguise, Jafar takes the real Edwin with him for a carpet ride and then dangles him in front of Alice. The sorcerer eventually drops his hold on Edwin, who almost plummets to his death, if not for Alice using another wish to whisk her father to safety in Victorian England. Satisfied over once again forcing Alice's hand, Jafar smugly departs on his carpet. Later, at Jafar's lair, the Old Prisoner attempts to kill himself in front of Jafar by jumping into a pit, only for the carpet to save him. ("Bad Blood")

In his fury over discovering the Red Queen gave him a fake genie bottle, Jafar collects one of her hairs to create a spell to get back at her. He then flies away from her castle on his carpet, and once he is far away enough, he decimates the entire building with fire magic. ("Home")

After the laws of magic are broken, Amara and Alice use the carpet to rush an injured Cyrus out of the castle and to the refuge of the White Rabbit's house. ("And They Lived...")

Trivia

On-screen Notes

Appearances

Note: "Archive" denotes archive footage.

References

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