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Season 2 Episode 1

A is for Anonymous

Aired Monday 8:30 PM Jun 05, 2006 on Toon Disney
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Episode Summary

A is for Anonymous
With Phobos defeated, everyone thinks the danger has passed, including Taranee, who is afraid that she will once again become an anonymous wallflower.

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  • Drake is electrocuted by a mysterious sorceress, Frost goes to Earth, Caleb decides to ditch Cornelia for Meridian, and Taranee becomes a bad chick...


    - The animation for this season looks a little bit better and more magical than 3-D and high-tech

    - I liked how Nerissa collected Raythor, Miranda, Frost, Gargoyle, Sandpit, and Tracker into the Knights of Vengeance

    - I liked the storyline of Taranee breaking rules because she thought she would become anonymous again

    - I loved the scene at the beginning where Nerissa attacks Drake, Aldarn, Vathek and Tynar

    - Galgheita Rudolph makes an unimportant, but notable reappearance here.

    - I liked the emotional scenes of the girls telling Elyon her status on Earth and Caleb talking to Cornelia


    - Why was Caleb's hair blue in the dark?

    - I think they needed to have a little more of Taranee as her part of the episode seemed rush with her only doing two bad things

    - The Frost going to Earth plot was kind of minor and unneeded although I did like the actionmoreless
  • events: 3/3 effects: 2/3 humor: 2/3 overall: 7/10

    first episode of the season- great one, based on 3 different comix books:

    1) #12- the celebration in Meridian. in the comix Elyon lecturing victory speech (or what the words in english?), and the crown of light makes her glowing. here Taranee telling warriors tales to kids- great scene, and everybody else dances.

    2) #13- Frost the hunter, running away from the authorities of Meridian after Elyon's coronation, decides to revenge who that made his life miserable: the guardians. in the comix he first finds out what's the kiddy form of the fire guardians, and then he wants the others. in the show he finds Taranee and Will in the end. in both the guardians fight back, but in the comix it's his last appearance.

    3) #23- Caleb stays in Meridian. chronogically, in the comix, it was after Nerissa's saga.moreless
  • A great beginning! This episode is all about Taranee. Taranee fans, unite and start watching!

    Everyone is celebrating Phobos's defeat, thinking the danger has passed, but another one is about to appear. While everyone is at Elyon's coronation party, they have no idea what is happening in the Mage's lair. Aldarn, Drake, Vathek and Tynar are guarding Phobos and Miranda, when a lightning bolt hit Drake and an old woman, Nerissa, appeared at the entrance. The guys charged at her, but she raised her hand and said: "Quintessence" and their weapons came to life. She then approached Miranda's cage and freed her, when Phobos started complaining. Nerissa and Miranda left. Meanwhile, Caleb told Cornelia that he can't come back to Heatherfield with her, because his job is guarding Elyon and Meridian. So, the girls went back to Earth, while Nerissa gathered more old W.I.T.C.H. foes: Raythor, Frost, Miranda, Tracker, Gargoyle and Sandpit, with their sole purpose of revenge on W.I.T.C.H....moreless
  • just as the guardians think everything has ended, suddenly they are faced with a new enemy! this was a great way to start off the new series!

    normally i don't always like the first episode of a series, because even though they have a good storyline, they are much more boring than the rest of the episodes as it is mostly just introducing characters or giving us facts about the show. but Disney did really well with this one because they made it so we knew what was going on, but still added in excitement so we wern't disappointed with the new series! i can't wait for the rest of the episodes!moreless
  • Anonymous Taranee ties to come out and she tries to not fall inthat category again.

    This was funny! I like this character and they made her look like Harry Potter with the scarf but it was so funny that she wanted to be known. I wasn't sure if she wasn't doing it to get attention or to keep away from the mysterious guy.
Mitchell Whitfield

Mitchell Whitfield


Guest Star

Marianne Muellerleile

Marianne Muellerleile

Galgheita Rudolph

Guest Star

Kath Soucie

Kath Soucie


Guest Star

Candi Milo

Candi Milo


Recurring Role

Steven Jay Blum

Steven Jay Blum


Recurring Role

Dee Bradley Baker

Dee Bradley Baker


Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (5)

  • QUOTES (8)

  • NOTES (7)

    • In the European Season 2 opening, Will's energy rune is pink whereas it is orange in the comic-book.

    • This season marks a color change for the Guardians' wings, which have switched from turquoise (first season) to green (second season).

    • The name of Frost's mount, Crimson, is mentioned in this episode for the first time.

    • For this season, the episode titles have a name scheme that corresponds to each letter of the alphabet. The keyword in each title (or some variation of the word) is spoken by a character at least once during the episode.

    • The storyline of Frost stalking Taranee in Heatherfield in this episode is based on issue #13 of the W.I.T.C.H. comic-book, I know Who You Are. As for the storyline of Caleb telling Cornelia he will return to Meridian, it is taken from issue #23, Farewell!

    • Before the US premiere on June 5, 2006 on Toon Disney, this episode aired in Canada on May 21, 2006 on The Family Channel and in the UK on May 29, 2006 on Jetix.

    • In the comics, Nerissa's soldiers are called "Knights of Revenge" and they consist of Tridart the Despair, Ember the Pain, Khor the Destroyer, and Shagon the Hate. In this show, they are called "Knights of Vengeance" and they consist of Miranda (from "The Mogriffs", "The Rebel Rescue", and "The Final Battle"), Gargoyle (from "It Resumes"), Sandpit (from "Ambush at Torus Filney"), Tracker and his dog Sniffer (from "The Labyrinth" and "Return of the Tracker"), Frost the Hunter (from "Framed"), and Raythor (from "The Key"). All of whom have appeared in Season One as enemies of the Guardians and former servants of Phobos.


    • Nerissa's Knights of Vengeance parallel a group of supervillains known as "The Legion of Doom" from Warner Bros. DC Comics shows Superfriends and Justice League Unlimited.

    • Nerissa's word of power, Quintessence, means fifth essence, or fifth element. Aristotle thought that the heavens were made of this element, also called aether.