Day Twenty: Cruella


Will be created by:


Toni Brown of Bordello Dolls


Cruella travels to the Enchanted Forest. Receiving a mysterious invitation to the Forbidden Fortress, Cruella de Vil arrives with her two dog companions, using her magical ability of persuasion on them, to which they react with hostility towards two strangers, Maleficent and Ursula.


Cruella and Ursula assume Maleficent sent for them, although Rumpelstiltskin reveals he did. Desiring help from all three women to retrieve a curse, he promises it will give them as well as himself the happy endings they otherwise would not get as villains.


After agreeing, they travel with him to the Bald Mountain, where each women uses their powers to defeat an obstacle. For Cruella, she magically persuades a horde of venomous blood scarabs to part aside for them. Once Ursula grabs the curse orb, it triggers the Chernabog into attacking. Admitting that he used them, Rumpelstiltskin advises the women about the Chernabog, which detects the heart with the greatest evil and devours it. He then leaves, with the curse orb, while the trio face the beast. The Chernabog attacks Maleficent, who distracts it as Cruella and Ursula climb up a crack in the ceiling. Just before the Chernabog can kill Maleficent, Ursula hoists her to safety. 


The story of Cruella comes from the Disney film One Hundred and One Dalmations. The Hundred and One Dalmatians, or the Great Dog Robbery is a 1956 children's novel by Dodie Smit. Cruella is played mischievously by Victoria Smurfit.




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