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"Wanda the Undaunted" is the second episode of the thirteenth season of The Fairly OddParents!.


Wanda had to decide between signing a peace treaty or going to war against the monster army, led by The Lizard.


View the episode transcript here.


In a flashback, an army of monsters prepares to launch an attack on Fairywinkle Castle while a ten-year-old Wanda mourns the death of her mother Estrella, the previous queen of Fairy World. After her father, River, offers his condolences, the newly crowned queen daughter is alerted to a situation in the castle meeting room: Mina Loveberry and the Magic High Commission are trying to coerce a confession out of Archduke Batwin of the monsters for orchestrating the murder of Queen Estrella. However, the Archduke insists that he and Estrella were about to sign a peace treaty when one of his generals—a monster known simply as "the Lizard"—went rogue and took half of the army for his own purposes.

One side of the royal court suggests declaring war on the monsters while the other side suggests signing the peace treaty, and a ten-year-old Cosmo Cosma suggests letting Wanda decide. River, however, says that Wanda still needs to deal with the grief over the death of her mother and court continues to argue. Wanda then states that she is the queen now and she will make the decision, but unable to come to a decision says she will make a decision at dawn and leaves the meeting room. Cosmo catches up with her and apologizes for putting so much pressure on her shoulders, giving her a piece of "apology meat" before leaving. Wanda returns to her room and finds Glossaryck in the book of spells crying over Estrella's death. When Wanda asks for Glossaryck's counsel, he doesn't offer much advice. He turns the book's pages to cry in Estrella's chapter, and the book turns to Eclipsa's forbidden chapter.

Wanda goes to Rhombulus' crystal dimension and tells him to partially unfreeze the imprisoned Eclipsa. After he does so, the weak and tired Eclipsa begs Wanda for a candy bar from the nearby vending machine. Wanda gives a candy bar to Eclipsa, and she pulls her right hand—stained completely black—out of her glove to scarf it down. Seeing Wanda's magic wand and very young age, Eclipsa deduces that the previous queen is dead. Wanda asks Eclipsa to teach her a spell that can kill something immortal, and Eclipsa explains that such a spell requires a magical contract and comes with a price: Eclipsa's freedom. Wanda accepts and takes Eclipsa by the hand, thus forging the contract between them. As soon as Eclipsa teaches Wanda the spell, Rhombulus freezes her again.

Some time later, Wanda goes to meet with the rogue monsters' general on the back of Lil Chauncey, and "the Lizard"—Toffee—appears before her. Wanda tells Toffee and his monsters to leave Fairy World or else. However, the monsters laugh at Wanda's threat, telling her that they can regenerate from any wounds and even demonstrating it despite her already being aware of it. Thus, Wanda casts her "darkest spell"—the spell that Eclipsa taught her—causing black veins to appear on her arms. The spell severs the middle finger on Toffee's right hand, and he is unable to regenerate it. Realizing that Wanda can mortally wound them, the monsters flee in terror, and Toffee walks off in defeat.

Cosmo congratulates Wanda for driving the monsters away, but the High Commission condemn her for using forbidden magic. Nevertheless, Wanda is determined to dissolve the remaining monster armies and protect Fairy World as its queen. She returns to Fairywinkle Castle, and the members of her royal court bow to her in reverence.