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Mouse in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion. Other appearances While not appearing physically, Jafar is featured vocally in the Inside the Genie's Lamp and The Genie World Tour animated shorts featured on the Aladdin Platinum and Diamond Edition DVD releases. He eventually decides to consume the magic within the Kingdom and use it to create a curse that will destroy the Kingdom. Years later, Zervant, the main villain of The Sands of Time, assumed a very similar appearance, complete with a magical staff. Jafar then sent Gazeem into the cave to retrieve the lamp hidden in the Cave of Wonders. While the Flash made short work of the henchmen, the Rag Doll himself drugged Joan with chloroform and stole the remaining clue. Secretly however, Jafar plans on stealing back his lamp from Hades so that he can wish him free and may answer to no one, and trap Hades in the Cave of Wonders.

Villain of A Doll
villain of A Doll

To control!" In the palace, right here, lived a wicked vizier; the advisor to Sultan Hamed. In the film, a resurrected Chucky (Dourif) continues his pursuit of Andy (Vincent who has been placed in foster care after the events of the first film. Before he can retrieve it, Merlin the Wizard interferes. This plot point was subtly referenced late in the film (see Trivia for more details). In Power Play he encounters Maybeck and Willa at the Morocco Pavilion in one of their missions.

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13 Chucky briefly appeared in the RadioShack Super Bowl xlviii commercial " The '80s Called along with other 1980's icons such as Hulk Hogan and Dee Snider. After accepting the deal, they then made their way to the cave. Aladdin fails and is thrown down a waterfall by who Started the Cold War? Abis Mal, but rescued by Jafar. Jafar's skin becomes blood red, his ears become pointed, his right ear gains a gold piercing, his hair becomes tied in a topknot, and his eyes become completely yellow (although there are instances where Jafar gains pupils, such as in " You're Only Second Rate. Phosphorus and drive him into the earth, killing the villain. He is also in the two Descendants novels, Descendants: Isle of the Lost and Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel. Jafar is enticed by the idea, and carries it through by using a fake provision in the law that would allow a royal vizier to marry a princess, as a means to "solve" the Sultan's problems of finding a suitor for Jasmine. At some point, he purchased Iago from a bazaar as his minion, as Jafar noted in The Return of Jafar.