Difference between revisions of "Ella Saturday"

From Discworld & Terry Pratchett Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
m (1 revision: Discworld import)
m
Line 17: Line 17:
Ella Saturday, aka "Emberella" and known as "Embers", daughter of [[Erzulie Gogol]] and [[Baron Saturday]] (though she doesn't know this), is a twisted parody of {{wp|Cinderella|Cinderella}} (cf. Cinders/Embers echo) appearing in {{WA}}.
Ella Saturday, aka "Emberella" and known as "Embers", daughter of [[Erzulie Gogol]] and [[Baron Saturday]] (though she doesn't know this), is a twisted parody of {{wp|Cinderella|Cinderella}} (cf. Cinders/Embers echo) appearing in {{WA}}.


Unlike Cinderella, she does not want to marry a prince, because the prince of [[Genua]] is really a transformed frog. She is saved from this fate, and ends up ruling Genua (deposing [[Lily Weatherwax]]) with the assistance of three witches ([[Magrat Garlick]], [[Esme Weatherwax]], and [[Gytha Ogg]]).
Unlike Cinderella, she does not want to marry a prince, because the [[Duc|prince]] of [[Genua]] is really a transformed frog. She is saved from this fate, and ends up ruling Genua (deposing [[Lily Weatherwax]]) with the assistance of three witches ([[Magrat Garlick]], [[Esme Weatherwax]], and [[Gytha Ogg]]).


[[Category:Discworld characters|Saturday, Ella]]
[[Category:Discworld characters|Saturday, Ella]]
[[Category:Human characters|Saturday, Ella]]
[[Category:Human characters|Saturday, Ella]]
[[de:Ella Samstag]]
[[de:Ella Samstag]]

Revision as of 13:15, 27 June 2013

Embers
File:Embers.jpg
Embers, as drawn by Matt Smith
Name Ella Saturday
Race Human
Age young
Occupation
Physical appearance
Residence Genua
Death {{{death}}}
Parents {{{parents}}}
Relatives {{{relatives}}}
Children {{{children}}}
Marital Status {{{marital status}}}
Appearances
Books Witches Abroad
Cameos {{{cameos}}}


Ella Saturday, aka "Emberella" and known as "Embers", daughter of Erzulie Gogol and Baron Saturday (though she doesn't know this), is a twisted parody of Cinderella (cf. Cinders/Embers echo) appearing in Witches Abroad.

Unlike Cinderella, she does not want to marry a prince, because the prince of Genua is really a transformed frog. She is saved from this fate, and ends up ruling Genua (deposing Lily Weatherwax) with the assistance of three witches (Magrat Garlick, Esme Weatherwax, and Gytha Ogg).