Two Transformations, One Season

22 Feb

The two transformations of Season 6

Hey, fairies! Do you guys think it’s really necessary for the Winx to have two transformations all in one season? I think it’s a little ridiculous, really. Why have to work hard to earn, in this season, Bloomix and then have to work harder to earn Mythix so soon, just to beat the same bad guys who’s power is the same? If Bloomix is so useless that they need a different transformation (Mythix) to defeat Selina and the Trix, why even get it in the first place? But then again, they could’ve just added two transformations just to stretch the seasons out a bit longer, because that’s what they’re doing. Maybe they just can’t get enough inspiration out of one transformation to fill the whole season anymore. Seasons 1, 2, and 3 only have one transformation, while seasons 4, 5, and 6 have multiple. Nothing’s for sure, but we all have an opinion on this, I’m sure.

Question: So, do you think it’s necessary for two transformations in one season? Any idea why there are two and why they started doing that? Is it better to have one transformation or two?

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4 Responses to “Two Transformations, One Season”

  1. mwinxusfan February 23, 2014 at 5:02 pm #

    The real reason is marketing (more dolls). However it might also be that the writers are running low on ideas or needed to fill out the season.
    I don’t feel that the two transformations are are too much yet but it COULD be a bad sign. I like that the Winx get new transformations but the show might get cluttered and less plot based if there are more and more transformations.

  2. Duyen Pham February 23, 2014 at 8:20 pm #

    Well I think it makes the show more interesting to have more plots. Plus marketing isn’t a real problem. They have plenty of Winx club outfits to make dolls with, if not transfermations.

  3. lilytames101 February 24, 2014 at 5:04 pm #

    Reblogged this on lilytamesblog.

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