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  • Even though things do look bad right now, Cassandra is not evil. Her friends are not and never will be her enemies. Anyone who thinks she's corrupt, manipulative, vengeful, power-hungry, malevolent, bitter, sinister, traitorous, sadistic, treacherous, or merciless is going to look like a TOTAL CLOWN when Season 3 happens.

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    • As theory, i like to think that cassandra is like eddie brock of the spectacular spiderman, in that both had a hard past in that they lost their parents and should work so hard to could lives without a lovely parents that care them. And also, both were one of the best friends of rapunzel and peter parker, to the point of see them like sisters/brothers.

      But as cassandra and eddie could see that rapunzel and peter had and have better lives than them, this caused that the formers developed deep down a grudge and resentment toward the laters, For example: in the Challenge of the brave, cassandra showed a lot disdain that rapunzel took the spotlight and leave the former like her shadow, showing a hint that cassandra resents the success of rapunzel, at least deep down, and eddie in several times in the spectacular spiderman, he showed envy toward peter by had uncles and good friends that care them, while he was alone without anyone else. Nevertheless, for a good time, cassandra and eddie could ignore this dark emotions and be good friends with rapunzel and peter.

      But tragically would occurs some events that would trigger this inner demons: Like in Rapunzel and the great tree, in that rapunzel several times she ignored and dismissed the advises and concern of cassandra, making her feel like a no one, and to get worse, because rapunzel ignored the advise of cassandra of use the demanitus's spear to defeat hector and instead used the moon spell, the arm of cassandra was severely burned and this caused that the resentments of cassandra became more obvious toward rapunzel and once that cassandra learned about "her destiny" in the portals, she finally chose betrays rapunzel by get fed up by be her shadow always. In the case of eddie brock, he finally ends his friendship with peter when apparently the later, took photos of the symbiote being stolen by spiderman and black cat in the laboratory of kurt connors, and peter don't even try to call the police, making think to eddie that peter was a false friend and a "user", and to get worse, by the lose of the symbiote, kurt lost a lot incomes, causing that he had to fired eddie, leaving to the later without any incomes to lives and pay his university, causing that eddie blamed peter for his disgraces. And to insult to injury, when spiderman would plans to destroy the symbiote using a cold regrigeration device in the laboratory, eddie saw the attempt of spiderman to destroy the symbiote and in spite to beg the hero to not do this to try to retrieve his job, spiderman do this anyway and leave eddie angry with him and he though that spiderman was even worse than peter, but this outrage caused that the symbiote were attracted by eddie and once attached, it revealed eddie that peter and spiderman were the same person, making that both plans their revenge against spiderman.

      I think this theory, because i think that is very dark that cassandra was always a false ally that since beginning was plotting against rapunzel during all the series, as cassandra should have a very cold heart to planned a betrayal against rapunzel without remorse, as if all the moments that both had in the series means nothing to cassandra. Besides, would be more interesting and deep that cassandra had a hidden resentment deep down toward rapunzel than be a wicked traitorous villain that don't have qualms in hurts to everyone., as this even could make that cassandra can be redeemed if rapunzel managed to reconcile with her to make her leave the opal to finally put an end to the black rocks.

      PS. Regarding to the questions about why cassandra wasn't in the wedding of rapunzel, if my theory is true, maybe cassandra has so shame that she simply chose lives in exile by all the troubles that she caused, as others pointed that maybe cassandra would dies.

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    • Albert weske5 wrote:
      As theory, i like to think that cassandra is like eddie brock of the spectacular spiderman, in that both had a hard past in that they lost their parents and should work so hard to could lives without a lovely parents that care them. And also, both were one of the best friends of rapunzel and peter parker, to the point of see them like sisters/brothers.

      I disagree here. The Captain of the guard took Cassandra in and loved her like his own daughter. Even though she was unloved by Gothel, she only lived with her for a few years of her life. She thinks very highly of her (adopted) dad, and knows he loves her very much. She definitely has a parent that cares for her. But she does not see Rapunzel as a sister, no way. She sees her as so much more. (Rapunzel has been the only one of the two of them to refer to their relationship as sisterly.)

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    • Albert weske5 wrote:

      But as cassandra and eddie could see that rapunzel and peter had and have better lives than them, this caused that the formers developed deep down a grudge and resentment toward the laters, For example: in the Challenge of the brave, cassandra showed a lot disdain that rapunzel took the spotlight and leave the former like her shadow, showing a hint that cassandra resents the success of rapunzel, at least deep down, and eddie in several times in the spectacular spiderman, he showed envy toward peter by had uncles and good friends that care them, while he was alone without anyone else. Nevertheless, for a good time, cassandra and eddie could ignore this dark emotions and be good friends with rapunzel and peter.

      Kind of.

      Rapunzel has had everything she could ever want in life suddenly handed to her. Cassandra, meanwhile, has worked and trained to be a royal guard since she was six years old. Now, at 23, she still hasn't been able to achieve her dream. And, because she is now a lady-in-waiting, rather than a soldier like she wants to be, nobody respects her. The Challenge of the Brave was a way for Cassandra to prove that she was more than just a servant to Rapunzel. That she was her own person who could take care of herself. But with Rapunzel participating, all anyone in the crowd cares about is that the princess is there - completely overshadowing Cassandra.

      Cassandra was rightfully upset that Rapunzel didn't understand that the Challenge of the Brave wasn't just some fun game. It was a serious competition that Cassandra needed to win, not for the sake of winning, but for the sake of gaining some respect. EVERYONE already respects Rapunzel, solely on the basis that she is a princess. But Cassandra? Cassandra is basically a nobody.

      Rapunzel doesn't understand the class differences between being a princess and being a normal citizen. She doesn't understand that her rich life is so so different from others who struggle to make ends meet or who struggle to achieve their dreams. Cassandra wants to be noticed for the skills she has worked so hard to perfect. She doesn't want to be a princess or ruler of Corona. She just wants all her hard work to mean something.

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    • Albert weske5 wrote:

      But tragically would occurs some events that would trigger this inner demons: Like in Rapunzel and the great tree, in that rapunzel several times she ignored and dismissed the advises and concern of cassandra, making her feel like a no one, and to get worse, because rapunzel ignored the advise of cassandra of use the demanitus's spear to defeat hector and instead used the moon spell, the arm of cassandra was severely burned and this caused that the resentments of cassandra became more obvious toward rapunzel and once that cassandra learned about "her destiny" in the portals, she finally chose betrays rapunzel by get fed up by be her shadow always. In the case of eddie brock, he finally ends his friendship with peter when apparently the later, took photos of the symbiote being stolen by spiderman and black cat in the laboratory of kurt connors, and peter don't even try to call the police, making think to eddie that peter was a false friend and a "user", and to get worse, by the lose of the symbiote, kurt lost a lot incomes, causing that he had to fired eddie, leaving to the later without any incomes to lives and pay his university, causing that eddie blamed peter for his disgraces. And to insult to injury, when spiderman would plans to destroy the symbiote using a cold regrigeration device in the laboratory, eddie saw the attempt of spiderman to destroy the symbiote and in spite to beg the hero to not do this to try to retrieve his job, spiderman do this anyway and leave eddie angry with him and he though that spiderman was even worse than peter, but this outrage caused that the symbiote were attracted by eddie and once attached, it revealed eddie that peter and spiderman were the same person, making that both plans their revenge against spiderman.

      Rapunzel stopped acting like Cassandra's friend and confidant, and started acting like her queen. Cassandra thought they had something special, something that went beyond the boss/servant relationship. Not having Rapunzel trust her really made her feel like Adira was right. That she had read more into their relationship than what was really there. She thought Rapunzel trusted her and was her best friend - but Rapunzel stopped acting like that was the truth. I don't think Cassandra EVER resented Rapunzel. But it really put a strain on their friendship.

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    • Albert weske5 wrote:

      I think this theory, because i think that is very dark that cassandra was always a false ally that since beginning was plotting against rapunzel during all the series, as cassandra should have a very cold heart to planned a betrayal against rapunzel without remorse, as if all the moments that both had in the series means nothing to cassandra. Besides, would be more interesting and deep that cassandra had a hidden resentment deep down toward rapunzel than be a wicked traitorous villain that don't have qualms in hurts to everyone., as this even could make that cassandra can be redeemed if rapunzel managed to reconcile with her to make her leave the opal to finally put an end to the black rocks.

      Cassandra was ALWAYS Rapunzel's ally. She saved Rapunzel's life more time in the series than I can recall off the top of my head. In the finale alone, she saved her AT LEAST three times, before reaching the Moonstone chamber. If she was not an ally, there were plenty of opportunities for her to get rid of Rapunzel during an accident. They faced a lot of perils, and if Cassandra had not acted quickly, Rapunzel would have gotten hurt or worse. She had SO MANY chances to betray her along the journey, but she didn't.

      I like to believe part of her decision came from Rapunzel saying, "These rocks are my destiny, and that's terrifying. What if they lead to somewhere I'm never supposed to come back from?" This, compounded with Adira later saying, "While I'm certain bringing the Sundrop to the Moonstone will neutralize its threat, I'm not sure what will happen to you." Cassandra would literally give her life for Rapunzel. She is not a villain.

      Yeah, she shouldn't have taken the Moonstone. But look at her! She doesn't even know how to use it. She's not trying to storm Corona and take it over. When Enchanted Girl suggested she destroy Rapunzel, Cassandra freaked out and sent rocks full of fear into Corona, COMPLETELY ON ACCIDENT! Even after taking the Moonstone, she is still extremely loyal to her friend and princess.

      I can't say for how long she was planning to take the Moonstone. But part of her decision definitely came from a place of wanting to protect Rapunzel. And even now, she refuses to destroy her best friend, the woman that she loves, in order to gain more power. She just won't do it! She loves Rapunzel, and I know they are going to reunite soon.

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    • Albert weske5 wrote:

      PS. Regarding to the questions about why cassandra wasn't in the wedding of rapunzel, if my theory is true, maybe cassandra has so shame that she simply chose lives in exile by all the troubles that she caused, as others pointed that maybe cassandra would dies.

      I HIGHLY doubt it. There are many characters from the series missing (Lance, Catalina, Kiera, Adira, Edmund, Quirin, Varian) who would probably have been invited to the wedding. The short was simply made before the series went into production so, it can't have included all of the wonderful new characters we have been introduced to. Cassandra not being there doesn't really say much, unless you want to believe a lot of other great characters who weren't there also died.

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