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  • what if the red-and-white haired villain is the villain for the Halloween special? They obviously have a candy theme, with the bow tie and the handbag on her belt both having a symbol resembling a wrapped lolly, and she definitely looks spooky with the green skin and the hair shooting out the back of her head Frankenstein's bride style. The hair also fits with the candy theme, looking like a strawberry swirl. With the two belts, maybe one could hold the Tricks bag, full of nasty surprises, and the other one could be the Treats bag, for people who were nice to her, similar to Santa Claws, with his rotten gifts and his friendship with Adrien.

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    • Just wanted to ask where did you recieve this red-and-white haired villain information from so I can give you a full answer ?

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    • Light, Dark And Harmony Risen To Unison wrote: Just wanted to ask where did you recieve this red-and-white haired villain information from so I can give you a full answer ?

      Renapace Bee is talking about the “Unnamed Red and White Haired Villain

      I like that idea. I suspected they’re a candy villain and Halloween makes perfect sense. She also vaguely resembles Princess Fragrance, the villain of another holiday with candy. What’s interesting to me is how they seem to be an adult or a teen, not a child. So why are they akumatised into a candy villain at Halloween? Interesting.

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    • Are you saying adults aren't allowed to love candy?! HOW DARE YOU?!

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    • Renapace Bee wrote:
      Are you saying adults aren't allowed to love candy?! HOW DARE YOU?!

      Tch, of course not, I love sweets. But I can see a kid getting upset over getting snubbed on Halloween and taking it too far. I have seen that, actually. Adults tend to not such a little thing bother them, and if they're a confectioner, it takes out the stronger links to Halloween. So I wonder what about candy would make an adult so upset on Halloween night? Unless it's only tangiably Halloween, like Horrificator was, and instead of the scare aspect of Halloween, it goes for the trick-or-treat one and it IS about a confectioner whose either unsuccessful or kids don't want their sweets.

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    • Thearomalady wrote:

      Renapace Bee wrote:
      Are you saying adults aren't allowed to love candy?! HOW DARE YOU?!

      Tch, of course not, I love sweets. But I can see a kid getting upset over getting snubbed on Halloween and taking it too far. I have seen that, actually. Adults tend to not such a little thing bother them, and if they're a confectioner, it takes out the stronger links to Halloween. So I wonder what about candy would make an adult so upset on Halloween night? Unless it's only tangiably Halloween, like Horrificator was, and instead of the scare aspect of Halloween, it goes for the trick-or-treat one and it IS about a confectioner whose either unsuccessful or kids don't want their sweets.

      About that, this lady could be one of those people, who go over the top with the decorations, or maybe she was organising a major get-together on Halloween, but nothing to do with the date, for a long time, but only a handful of people turned up, so she became a villain to reward those who were nice to her, and to show everyone else the dark side of Halloween night. What do you think?

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    • Renapace Bee wrote:

      About that, this lady could be one of those people, who go over the top with the decorations, or maybe she was organising a major get-together on Halloween, but nothing to do with the date, for a long time, but only a handful of people turned up, so she became a villain to reward those who were nice to her, and to show everyone else the dark side of Halloween night. What do you think?

      You say that like it's a bad thing! Halloween is fun. The only flaw is this theory is riding on assuming France, or at least this one person, celebrates Halloween with the enthusaism of an exubertent American, but it is quite good. I except it's not a directly Halloween-themed villain

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    • Welp. I'm disappointed.

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    • Renapace Bee wrote:
      Welp. I'm disappointed.

      Well, she did air close to Halloween, but wasn't quite what you expected.

      Halloween I don't think is celebrate the same way in Europe as it is in the States.

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    • Thearomalady wrote:
      Renapace Bee wrote:
      Welp. I'm disappointed.
      Well, she did air close to Halloween, but wasn't quite what you expected.

      Halloween I don't think is celebrate the same way in Europe as it is in the States.

      I didn't really mind about that. I live in Australia, so I don't really celebrate it either. I just really wanted to have predicted something for the show.

      Also, I just really like candy.

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    • Renapace Bee wrote:

      I didn't really mind about that. I live in Australia, so I don't really celebrate it either. I just really wanted to have predicted something for the show.

      Also, I just really like candy.

      Ehh... I haven't been lucky about predicting. But the more specific you get the more likely it is that you're wrong.

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