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Release Date: Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Previous: From Fear to Eternity
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"13 Wishes" is the second TV special of 2013. Gigi Grant, Twyla, Whisp, Catty Noir, Wydowna Spider and Fawn make their animated debuts.



The character list is based on the trailers.
  1. Gigi Grant
  2. Abbey Bominable
  3. Lagoona Blue
  4. Frankie Stein
  5. Cleo de Nile
  6. Clawdeen Wolf
  7. Draculaura
  8. Ghoulia Yelps
  9. Eyera
  10. Twyla
  11. Howleen Wolf
  12. Gory Fangtell
  13. Ms. Bloodgood
  14. Deuce Gorgon
  15. Clawd Wolf
  16. Heath Burns
  17. Manny Taur
  18. Crash
  19. Whisp
  20. Purrsephone
  21. Meowlody
  22. Toralei Stripe
  23. Holt Hyde
  24. Catty Noir
  25. Skelita Calaveras
  26. Rochelle Goyle
  27. Venus McFlytrap
  28. Jinafire Long
  29. Spectra Vondergeist
  30. Wydowna Spider
  31. Jackson Jekyll
  32. Operetta
  33. Mr. Hackington
  34. Fawn



  • The title "13 Wishes" is a play on the 2010 movie 16 Wishes.
  • Lagoona's transformation sequence is loosely designed after the 1486 painting The Birth of Venus.


  • When Howleen enters the attic, a purple hat, a magic apple, a ring, and a bottle with purple liquid are on display. These refer to various students and teachers of Ever After High.
  • The mirror Howleen drops and breaks is likely the mirror spoken of in the diary of Madeline Hatter from Ever After High.
  • As Howleen is walking outside looking for good uses for her wishes, she passes by Rochelle reading a letter and holding a rose petal. These two things are from Garrott DuRoque, with whom she reunited in "Scaris: City of Frights".
  • The Grimm Brothers are characters from Ever After High.
  • Scarah and Invisi Billy are described as an item, which they are shown to become in "Scarah-Voyant". That webisode did not air until two months after "13 Wishes" premiered, but chronologically comes first.
  • The first ever in-cartoon mention is made of Clawdia Wolf, who would debut properly in "Frights, Camera, Action!".
  • Whisp's motivations and her fragile bond with Gigi are more fully explained in Gigi's 13 Wishes diary, which pays more proper attention to Whisp feeling disposable compared to Gigi.


  • There is little consistency in the scope of Howleen's wishes. For instance, her popularity, student disembodied president, and headmistress wishes reduce almost the entire student body into mind-controlled slaves, but "randomly" do not affect various characters. Why the effects of these wishes differ so greatly is not explained. Howleen's wish to undo her previous wishes also has inconsistent effects. For instance, the Howleen masks all disappear on the 12th wish, but none of the 13 Wishes: Haunt the Casbah outfits are changed for 'Signature' outfits, despite them being a direct result of Howleen wishing the girls banished to the lantern. Particularly peculiar is the Die Trying un-wish. Clawd, Manny, and Heath are just pulled from the show, but they have been on it nonetheless, as proven by Spectra's interview and Crash's presence at the party.
  • When Draculaura is doing Abbey's makeup in the washroom, none of her is seen in the mirror; her clothes should show up.
  • After telling the story of how Whisp came to be, Clawdeen closes the book. When the screen zooms out, it is somehow open again.
  • Throughout the movie, at random parts, both of Howleen's ears are upright.


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