Prince Colin is a character of the non-canonical novel, The Queen's Curse. He is the crown prince of a magical kingdom named Tarsina, who is expected to marry a magical being by his 25th birthday at latest to prevent a nationwide curse from killing its mortal inhabitants.
Colin was born as throne prince of the enchanted kingdom, Tarsina. The kingdom was cursed long ago by his great-great grandmother where the throne prince or princess must marry a pure magical being on his or her 25th birthday at latest, or else every mortal resident in the kingdom will die.
Colin fell in love with his teacher's daughter, Corinne, but because she was mortal, he had no choice but to give her up.
Preserving his KingdomEdit
To preserve his kingdom, Colin went to San Francisco and sought out a Charmed One: Paige Matthews. They dated briefly before his identity was revealed, and soon invited the Halliwells to the kingdom. Paige eventually agreed to marry Colin for the sake of the people. However, the curse's loyalists—the leader being Colin's mother, Queen Ramona—plotted against his plans and kidnapped Paige in hopes of enacting the curse.
Phoebe received a premonition and tried to save the kingdom by having Corinne's grandmother transfer her powers to Corinne so she can marry Colin as a witch. Unfortunately, the plan failed. Desperate to save everyone, the Charmed Ones gathered the entire kingdom's magical citizens to lift the curse once and for all. By ending the curse, the kingdom celebrated the Charmed Ones' bravery and the freedom of their kingdom.
Powers and abilitiesEdit
- Basic Powers
- Spell Casting: The ability to cast magical spells.
- Potion Making: The ability to brew magical potions.
- Scrying: The ability to locate an object or person using a map.
- Mediumship: The ability to see and commune with spirits of the dead.
- Active Powers
- Illusion Casting: The ability to create illusion and fool the target.
Prince Colin has appeared in a total of 1 Charmed novel throughout the franchise.
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