She's not an "it"!
- Apr 9, 2007
I read on the wikia that The Magic Mirror was turned into an Unversed. Is that true? How can a Disney character become an Unversed? Can someone explain that to me?
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Sure it does. The Queen was pissed, she tossed a potion at the screen with her anger. Instant Unversed.the queen just throw magic spell on him how did that make him Unversed doesn't make sense
she didn't meet MX to know how to create Unversed remember terra asked her about xehanort than she chicked her magic mirror to see if his in the same world or notSo that means The Queen has knowledge on how to create Unversed? Maybe she has a bigger role in all of this? Perhaps it's something Master Xehanort gave her to unleash more Unversed in the world? She must have a whole batch of Unversed potion in her castle. Now I feel like the Unversed can return, just artificial ones like the Magic Mirror.
All they really are is negative emotions given physical form. Of course they could come back. Vanitas was their origin, but he is proof that enough negative energy can give way to an awful power if channeled.So that means The Queen has knowledge on how to create Unversed? Maybe she has a bigger role in all of this? Perhaps it's something Master Xehanort gave her to unleash more Unversed in the world? She must have a whole batch of Unversed potion in her castle. Now I feel like the Unversed can return, just artificial ones like the Magic Mirror.
Yes.If I remember right....wasn't that whole mirror scene changed between versions? In the original the Queen gets all pissed, glows with some negative vibes, and the mirror goes awol like the pumpkin carriage in Cinderella.
Or am I remembering that wrong? Tried looking but all I'm getting is english versions in my vid search. x[
It was done in order to be more accurate to her character. The Evil Queen was known for using potions (specifically the potion that turned her into an old woman), so they wanted to keep that theme going.8D My memory wasn't didn't fail today~ I do wonder why they changed it though....her throwing chemicals on the mirror didn't really make much more sense. lol
That probably would would have been better. Oh well. I don't think people would have still understood it made the mirror into an Unversed. The only way to remedy that would be by sticking some Unversed eyes somewhere or something...Woah, I've never seen that. Even though the usage of potions is true to the Queen, I much preferred that original version! It makes much more sense as the plot of Birth By Sleep goes. Perhaps a hybrid of the two instances would have been best. A scene where we can see the Queen's emotions manipulating not the mirror but her potion bottle which she would then proceed to throw on the mirror could have worked.
But I suppose her negativity somehow imbued the potion in the changed version as well, even if her "red" negativity isn't visually apparent.