When it comes to shipping guys with Bloom in the fandom, you can see here that we go from prince charming to a cockroach to an old sorcerer that tried to kill her to ex-boyfriend with an emo haircut to an old pirate that’s been aged down with magic.
I’m currently rewatching S3 and I can’t believe no one has mentioned
Valtor again since he was defeated. I mean, the guy was very dangerous
and powerful and he managed to affect the planets even more than
Trittanus with the pillars.
I just saw S3Ep18 and he defeated like 20 guards without getting hit
once. He’s the most awesome villain Winx ever had and they should bring
him back, even if it’s just the mention of his name. He deserves
recognition for all he did.
“I remember smiling brightly when Valtor said the following (referring to Stormy): “She’s not like you, Icy. You might just be the perfect witch after all.” Of course it was manipulation but I already shipped those two back then before I knew what shipping was, so it made me really happy!”
What bothers me is that Winx has a lot of continuity problems.
Once a season ends, they barely even acknowledge that it has ever
happened. No mention of Darkar or Valtor anymore, although they were
probably the most powerful villains they had ever fought.
Ah yes, Valtor. Unfortunately for him he was placed in the most awkwardly paced and plot-holey season, yet somehow he managed to shine anyway.
Once upon a time, the Three Ancestral Witches took a piece of the Dragon Flame, mixed it with primordial darkness and created a boy who they raised as their own. They gave him a partner, the talented witch Griffin, and they spread chaos and the Ancestresses’ will throughout the galaxy. Then Griffin ran away and was taken in by Faragonda (without any visible punishment from her time as an evil minion, maybe suggesting to the evil side that she was a spy all along), and Valtor gets frozen, yet still awake, and ends up being bored out of his mind for seventeen years/centuries.
Then he gets thawed out by the Trix, finds delicious irony in ordering the descendants about, manages to convince Bloom that not only did he defeat her parents, but that he carries them inside his body, hindering her from hurting him. For some suspicious reason, Faragonda, Griffin and Saladin allows Bloom to continue believe the lie.
Anyway, Bloom finds the spirits of the Ancestresses whom, for some other suspicious reason, wants her to defeat Valtor. Then they puppeteer Valtor into a monstrous form, making him easier to kill (it is easier for humans to kill beasts, even if said beasts are really human-like). Valtor tries to make Bloom join him against the Ancestresses, but Bloom destroys him because by now, she totally hates him.
Coincidentally, the Ancestresses then gain enough powers to free their minion, possess people, and attack Alfea soon afterwards.
Yeah… Something is suspicious about this, and it fires up my plot bunnies, so for that, I like Valtor the most out of the villains!