Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Does Enchanted



Disclaimer: I don't own YGO GX or Enchanted.

Author's Note: Welcome one and all to my new parody! Told you it was one of the ones on my list of favorites! Thank you for reading, and I hope to make this a good one.

Giselle will be played by Mana, AKA Dark Magician Girl, and Prince Edward will be Mahad, AKA Dark Magician.

I'm going to be watching and pausing Enchanted and writing down the dialogue as I go, since I have not memorized it yet. But I still hope not to drag this out because I'm too lazy to update it. Anyway, please enjoy this parody. Thank you.

Once upon a time, in a magical realm known as Duel Monsters Spirit World, there lived an evil queen. Selfish and cruel, she lived in fear that one day her stepson and apprentice would marry, and she would lose her throne forever. And so, she did all in her power to prevent the magician from ever meeting the one special maiden with whom he would share true love's kiss.

One day, deep in the forest, a young magician girl named Mana, was putting together a statue. Sort-of a mannequin of a man she had dreamed about the previous night. And all her little Duel Monster friends were helping her.

"Mana! Mana!" said two little Moke Moke. "How about this for the statue?"

"Oh, this will be perfect! Thank you," said Mana.

"Come on, come on, you mooks!" yelled Khuriboh, who was Mana's closest friend. "Move it, we have got a face to put together here, while it's still ingrained in her sub cranium!"

"Oh, Khuriboh, it was such a lovely dream," said Mana. "We were holding hands and dancing…"

"And these for the eyes?" said a Blue Eyes Toon Dragon, holding up to jewel broaches.

"Blue?" cried Mana. "Oh, how did you know? And they sparkle just like his. Hmm." And she went to work putting the jewels on the face of the statue. Then she gasped in happiness. "Yes! That's it!"

"OK, yeah, yeah!" said Khuriboh. "Close your eyes, buddy," he said to the Blue Eyes.

"Presenting my one true love…my magician. My dream come true!" said Mana, turning the statue around.

"Oh!" said all the Duel Monsters. Suddenly, Mana gasped.

"Oh my goodness!" she said.

"What? What's the problem?" asked Khuriboh.

"Hmm. I didn't give him any lips."

"Does he have to have lips?" asked a monster.

"Of course," said Mana. Then she began to sing.

"When you meet the someone

Who was meant for you…

Before two can become one

There's something you must do."

"Do you pull each other's tails?" asked a Blue Eyes.

"Do you feed each other seeds?" asked a Moke Moke.

"No. There is something sweeter

Everybody needs.

I've been dreaming of a true love's kiss

And a man I'm hoping comes with this.

That's what brings

Ever after-ing

So happy.

That's the reason we need lips so much,

For lips are the only things that touch.

So to spend a life of endless bliss

Just find who you love

Through true love's kiss." Looking at the statue, Mana tapped her chin and said "If we're going to find the perfect set of lips, we're going to need a lot more help!" She opened her window and sang out to find more monsters.






AAH!" They repeated back to her.

"She's been dreaming of a true love's kiss

And a man she's hoping comes with this.

That's what brings

Ever after-ing

So happy!

So happy!

That's the reason we need lips so much,

For lips are the only things that touch."

"So to spend a life of endless bliss…" Mana sang.

"Just find who you love

Through true



Not too far away, a magician known as Mahad was hunting a Hitotsu-Me Giant. He had bound it with rope and it fell to the ground.

"There! Ha! Look out below!" he said proudly. "Ha, ha, ha, ha!"

"Amazing, sir!" said Mahad's companion, Shimon. "Your tenth Giant this month! Oh, I do love hunting Giants. Big Giants, small Giants," (A/N: I know that makes no sense.) "Giants, Giants, Giants…" But Shimon slipped while trying to climb up onto the Hitotsu-Me Giant's head to sit next to Mahad.

"Oh, Giants are fine for passing the time, Shimon, but my heart longs to be joined in song.

"I've been dreaming of a true love's kiss…" he sang.

"And a man I'm hoping comes with this…" he heard someone else singing.

"Do you hear that, Shimon?" asked Mahad.

"No, no, I hear nothing. Nothing at all, Mahad, ha ha ha!" Shimon fibbed.

"Oh, I must find the maiden that belongs to that sweet voice!" yelled Mahad. He leaped onto his steed to go find her. "Ride, Zebra Unicorn!"

"Oh no! Come back, sir!" cried Shimon. But the magician was long gone. "No…ah, ho ho ho ho! Oh, poo. Oh no, no, this isn't good. All these years of Giant-chasing…trying to keep him from ever meeting a girl…oh, the queen…" he said as he took out of his pocket a picture of the queen. "…oh the queen, she's lovely…" he muttered.

"True love's kiss…!" bellowed the tied-up Hitotsu-Me Giant. Suddenly, Shimon got an idea; if he released the Giant, maybe it would go attack Mahad and he wouldn't be able to find the girl. "Hn, hn, hn!"

Meanwhile, Mahad was happily singing as he rode off toward the voice.

"Ahh AAAAAAHH! True love's kiss!" he sang. Soon he heard a rhythmic stomping behind him, and a deep, deep voice, singing

"True love's kiss…!" It was the Hitotsu-Me Giant.

"Oh, you shall not prevail, foul Giant, that maiden is mine!" said Mahad, confidently.

Back at her house, Mana was sitting on the windowsill, talking to Khuriboh, who said

"You really think your dream boy exists?"

"Oh, Khuriboh, I know he's out there somewhere," said Mana. Suddenly, the huge eye of the Hitotsu-Me giant appeared in front of the window. Mana however, had just turned her head in the opposite direction.

"Eye! Eye! Eye! Eye!" cried all her monster friends, pointing at the window.

"I, I…I what?" she asked.

"I EAT YOU NOW!" growled the Giant, reaching his hand inside her house and grabbing at her.

"Ahhh!" shrieked Mana.

"Gotcha!" said the Giant. Then he realized he'd only grabbed the statue while Mana escaped and climbed out of her house into the tree. "Hey! That's cheating! I supposed to eat you!" the Giant growled, climbing up after her. He weighed so much that he started bending down the branch that Mana was clinging to.

"Aw, no you don't, ya big lug!" yelled Khuriboh, jumping onto the Giant's head. They sank down even more.


"Wow, I gotta lay off the nuts!" Khuriboh said to himself, patting his belly.

"Girl…yummy!" said the Giant. Suddenly, a blast of Dark Magic flew at the Giant's hand, and Mana looked down to see a Dark Magician.

"Fear not, fair maiden, I am here!" he said gallantly.

"Aw, oh!" shrieked Mana once more.

"Gotcha! Whoa!" said Khuriboh, hopping off of the Giant's head and grabbing Mana's toe.

"Uh-oh!" said the Giant as the tree branch snapped back and flung him over the hills. "WOOO!"

"Khuriboh…!" cried Mana was her hand slipped off the branch, finger by finger.

"Hang on, honey!" said Khuriboh, after mumbling a bunch of other stuff.

"AAAHHH!" Mana screamed as she fell. She hit every branch on the tree on her way down, and landed right on the back of the Zebra Unicorn, before Mahad. "Oh my gosh…it's you!"

"Yes, it's me!" said Mahad. "And you are?"


"Oh…MANA! We shall be married in the morning!

You're the fairest maid I've ever met.

You were made…"

"…to finish your duet," sang Mana. Then they sang in unison.

"And in years to come we'll reminisce…"

"How we came to love…" sang Mahad.

"And grew and grew love…" sang Mana.

"Since first we knew love

Through true


Kiss!" And as they rode off into the sunset, they were being watched through an orb, by the queen, Isis.

"Oh, so this is the little forest rat who thinks she can steal my throne. NEVER!" she yelled.

The next day, Mana arrived at Mahad's palace to be wed. She opened the door of her carriage and bonked Shimon right in the face.

"Oh, excuse me, I am so sorry!" she giggled. "Ha ha, am I late? I-- I do hope I'm not late. I just, oh thank goodness!" she stuttered as she looked around and found her way.

"Hey, honey, wait up!" yelled Khuriboh. "We ain't done with you yet!" As Mana ascended the stairs of the palace, the Blue Eyes Toon Dragons tied a ribbon around her waist, and tied a bow in the back. Then the two Moke Moke put a beautiful tiara on her head.

"Oh, thank you!"

"You're welcome, Mana!"

Mana managed to make it inside, but then Shimon shut the big doors of the palace on the monsters.

"What do we look like? Garbage?! Close the door on me…!" said Khuriboh.

Inside, Mana was very chatty with excitement.

"Oh, to think that in just a few moments that Mahad and I…that he and me…that we…" Suddenly, an old hag appeared in front of her. "Oh my!"

"Oh, what a lovely bride," said the old hag.

"That's very kind of you, but I…"

"No, no, no. Granny has a wedding gift for you."

"Thank you, but I really should be going," said Mana.

"'tis a wish!"

"Oh, but, oh but all my wishes are about to come true," Mana explained. But still the hag dragged her over to the fountain.

"If I ever see that fat mook's face again, I'm going to--" grumbled Khuriboh from up on a balcony. "Huh?" He saw the hag and Mana.

"A wish on your wedding day…that's the most magical of all. Just close your eyes, my darling, and make your wish. That's right, that's right, lean in close…are you wishing for something?"

"Yes I am," said Mana. "'And they both lived happily ever aft--'" Suddenly, the old hag pushed Mana down into the hole that the fountain poured into.

"OOAAAAOOAAHH!" she screamed.

"Oh help!" cried Khuriboh, scampering off. "Mahad! Mahad, we need help!"

After speaking magic words, the old hag queen transformed back into her beautiful self, the queen. Then, Shimon came by.

"My most adored queen, where did you send her?" he asked.

"To a place where there are NO happily ever afters."


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