A Deleted Scene From ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ Could’ve Really Changed The Game
We’ve got some interesting news regarding Raya and the Last Dragon. According to a piece that ran earlier today on CBR.com a deleted scene has emerged from the Disney animated film that shows that the director abandoned an element that could’ve had a major impact on the movie’s plot!
In the clip, which we’ll share with you below, you can see Raya using a sword with magical powers to defend a villager from the evil Druun. Let’s take a look:
Those that have seen the film will know that Raya’s weapon was dropped from the movie along with the Druun’s early design. In the film, the Druun are presented as shapeless, mist-like entities rather than humanoid creatures with armor like the ones depicted above.
In the final version of the film, because she doesn’t have a “Dragon Blade” Raya spends the movie avoiding the Druun by traveling on water (which they can’t touch) or by using Sisu’s orb to repel them. This forces her to find ways other than physical force to beat her opponents.
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