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True love does not exist.
~ King Stefan describing his first love turned hatred for Maleficent.
How does it feel? Hm? To be a fairy creature without wings...IN A WORLD WHERE YOU DON'T BELONG?!
~ Stefan, mocking Maleficent for being wingless - his most famous quote.

King Stefan (also simply known as Stefan) is the main antagonist in the 2014 live action Disney film Maleficent and a posthumous antagonist in the 2019 sequel Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, both based on the 1959 animated Disney film Sleeping Beauty.

Unlike his animated version of the character (who is portrayed as a kind, gentle and just ruler of his kingdom), this version of Stefan is cruel, tyrannical and manipulative, and his cruelty is heavily implied to be what caused Maleficent to become evil in the first place.

He was portrayed by Sharlto Copley, who also played Adrian Pryce in OldboyAgent Kruger in Elysium and Chappie in the 2015 film of the same name.

History

Maleficent

Young Stefan and Maleficent

Young Stefan with young Maleficent.

One day, the Moors was disturbed by the presence of a young peasant boy named Stefan, who had escaped there after stealing a precious gem from the human kingdom. As the Tree Warriors cornered him, Maleficent showed up and told him to hand over the stolen gem, which he reluctantly does after realizing it was from a pool filled with jewels within the Moors. After tossing it into the water, she escorted Stefan to the borders of the Moors. They admit to each other that they are both orphans whose parents are dead, and meeting each other is forbidden to both their worlds.  

Stefan and Maleficent Kissing

Stefan and Maleficent Kissing on Maleficent's 16th birthday.

However, the two of them eventually become the best of friends, and on Maleficent's 16th birthday, Stefan showed her true love's kiss. But it was never meant to be.

Over the next couple of years, Stefan stopped visiting the Moors for some reason, and due to the threatening attacks on the Moors by the ruthless King Henry, Maleficent becomes her homeland's sworn protector. With the forest army by her side, she engaged the King's army in battle, defeating them and wounding the King. On his deathbed, the King demanded to be avenged and promises whoever kills Maleficent shall become the new king and marry his daughter Lelia. It is revealed that Stefan has become one of the king’s servants and wanting to claim the throne, he journeys to the Moors to find Maleficent.

The two are reunited and spend the night together like they used to. Stefan tricks her into taking a drink that puts her to sleep and after she falls into her slumber, Stefan makes the attempt to kill her. However, he hesitates and just cannot bring himself to do it. So instead, he cuts off her wings using iron and presents them to the dying king, leaving Maleficent in agony over what has happened to her wings.

One day she comes across a farmer who has captured a raven she met earlier at the abandoned castle. Taking pity over the small bird, she turns the raven into a man to help him rise and come free from the net on him. After the farmer runs away in fear, Maleficent approaches the human bird who introduces himself as Diaval. Since she saved him he offers to be her humble servant and Maleficent gives him his first task to find Stefan.

StefanBecomes King

Stefan becomes the New King.

Diaval flies to the castle and witnesses Stefan being crowned king. When he informs Maleficent of what he has learned, she becomes enraged. She returns to the Moors as dark clouds loom across the forest, then after roots form a throne, Maleficent sits there claiming herself as the Evil Queen of the Moors.

One day Queen Lelia gives birth to a daughter and she is named Aurora. A royal christening is taken place at the castle and the three pixies Knotgrass, Thistlewit, and Flittle gift the infant princess with 3 magical gifts.

Stefan as King

Stefan, during the ceremony of Aurora's christening.

Then just before Flittle could present her gift, Maleficent shows up. Still disgusted by what Stefan did to her and a little distressed of not receiving an invitation, she curses the princess to fall into a "sleep like death" by the prick of a finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel on her sixteenth birthday. However, when Stefan begs her to spare his daughter, Maleficent also includes that the curse can be lifted by true love’s kiss and no power on earth can change it.

King Stefan Begging

King Stefan begs for Maleficent not to place a curse on his daughter.

Stefan had every spinning wheel in the kingdom burned and locked away in the deepest dungeon in the castle. He also had the three pixies take Aurora into hiding where they take her to an old cottage and pose as her three aunts. His paranoia and obsession with Maleficent are so strong, that he doesn't care that his queen dies in the night from a sickness.

King Stefan obsessing

King Stefan grows more and more paranoid and obsessed with the death of Maleficent, not even caring that his wife is dying.

On the day before Aurora’s sixteenth birthday, Aurora has decided to stay in the Moors with Maleficent (whom she thinks is her fairy godmother). As Aurora returns home she meets Prince Phillip, and it instantly becomes love at first site. Diaval sees him as the key to lift the curse but Maleficent disagrees as there is no such thing as true love (the latter describing her first love turned hatred by Stefan when he cut off her wings). However, after the pixies reveal the truth to Aurora, she sadly returns to her father after Maleficent admits the truth of her identity. Feeling ashamed, she decides to take the chance that true love will be her only chance to live and goes looking for Phillip.

After sixteen years, Stefan meets his daughter. He coldly looks at her and is furious by the pixies' failure as they were supposed to bring her back the day after her 16th birthday. He has her locked up in her room and prepares for Maleficent to arrive.

As night draws, Maleficent and Diaval sneak inside the castle with Phillip and bring him to the sleeping Aurora. Hiding in the shadows, she watches as Phillip approaches her and leans over to kiss her. Unfortunately, nothing happens, Aurora remains asleep. After the Pixies drag Phillip out to find someone else to kiss her, Maleficent comes out of hiding and looks sadly upon what she has done. She was so blinded by hatred and revenge she forgot to love and happiness until she met Aurora who helped her find her happiness again. Then in tears, she kisses Aurora on the forehead and bids her goodbye but before she can even leave, a miracle happens, Aurora wakes up and is delighted to see her Fairy Godmother. Maleficent and Aurora’s strong friendship was the truest love that can ever be.

Iron Knight Stefan

King Stefan in his Ironclad armor.

As the three of them attempt to sneak out of the castle and back to the Moors, Maleficent is captured by Stefan’s men, Aurora tries to save her but the castle guards overpower her and Diaval. Maleficent turns him into a dragon and he manages to fight off the guards and free Maleficent. Aurora flees as Maleficent and Diaval fight the guards, but they quickly become pinned down as Stefan enters the scene. Stefan takes his time killing Maleficent by brutally torturing her. Then, after pulling out his sword, he prepares to finish her off but just before he can impale her, Maleficent’s wings return to her after Aurora frees them.

King Stefan's Death

King Stefan falling to his death.

With her wings back, she is able to fly and free Diaval. Maleficent and Diaval easily take down Stefan’s guards, leaving only the treacherous king standing. She easily overpowers Stefan and carries him onto a tower. Maleficent beats him up and is on the verge of killing him, but she spares him claiming, “It’s over.” Blinded by his overwhelming pride and seething rage, Stefan refuses to accept his defeat and attacks Maleficent again once her back is turned. The two fall from the tower, but Maleficent manages to become airborne while Stefan falls to his death, ending his tyranny forever.

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

King Stefan does not appear in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (due the fact that he is already dead), but is briefly mentioned by Queen Ingrith, when she tells how Aurora become the current Queen. It's revealed that in the five years following his death, Stefan's castle has been inhabitated by the town, whom Aurora allowed to reside there as it was never her home and that she is the Queen of the Moors. 

Despite the fact it was Stefan who turned Maleficent evil through his betrayal, the fallen king was perceived as martyr and victim as much as Ingrith's late brother whom killed during an expedition at Moors long ago, possibly by powerful defenses placed by Maleficent herself. Maleficent was initially reluctant to bless Aurora and Prince Phillip's marriage out of fear that tragedy between her and Stefan in the past repeated in both of them. When the war between Dark Fey, faeries of Moors, and human kingdoms ensued, the love and compassion between Maleficent and Aurora managed to stop the conflict altogether, with Ingrith is spared from the same fate of Stefan by being cursed into a goat where it can only broken until she reflected on her errors.

At the end of the film, Stefan posthumously gains a son-in-law with Phillip when he marries Aurora.

Personality

This version of Stefan is very paranoid, treacherous, manipulative, and obsessed with hunting and killing Maleficent, to the point where he did not care of seeing his dying queen.

At a young age, Stefan had always been honest, ambitious, and enthusiastic. He formed a close friendship with Maleficent, falling in love with her, but his ambitions eventually led him to stop seeing her and start working for the king that was her enemy. When the king announced that whoever killed Maleficent would be his successor, Stefan finally had a chance to fulfill his ambition. He hesitated at killing Maleficent at first because of their past friendship, but his desire for the throne led him to betray her anyway. The consequence of this betrayal was severe; he painfully cut off and stole Maleficent's wings, which ultimately turned her to evil, as she vengefully retaliates by cursing Aurora as the baby out of rage once she learned this.

His hatred was spawned from his guilt for stealing her wings, in fear that she would take her revenge upon him. As seen when Maleficent curses Aurora while he helplessly watches this, Stefan indeed shows his remorse over his past betrayal and begs Maleficent not to kill Aurora, in which Maleficent responded by cursing Aurora to death-like sleep instead of actual death.

Unfortunately, due to his paranoia and guilt for his crime against his old friend, combined with Maleficent's act of revenge by cursing Aurora, Stefan's sheer hatred for Maleficent proved too great, even greater than Maleficent's own hatred against him. He becomes intensely violent and extremely cruel, shown at the climax, where he sadistically taunts and tortures Maleficent as soon as she enters his castle and undoes Aurora's curse (though he may never learn this). Therefore, whatever friendship and love that he had with Maleficent ultimately dies as he tries to stab her from behind, leading to his own death.

Relationships

Family

Enemies

Quotes

As a Child

No. They mean to kill me. And besides, they're hideous to look at.
~ Stefan insulting the Tree Warriors.
I'm called Stefan. Who are you?
~ Stefan introducing himself to Maleficent.
Someday, you know, I'll live there. In the castle. (Maleficent: Where do you live now?) In a barn. (Maleficent: So your parents are farmers, then?) My parents are dead. (Maleficent: Mine, too.)
~ Stefan telling Maleficent that one day he will live in the castle because he now lives in a barn.
We'll see each other again.
~ Stefan assuring Maleficent that they will meet again.
I like your wings.
~ Stefan complimenting Maleficent's wings.
I thought it worth the risk. So, what do you do for fun?
~ Stefan asking what does she do to enjoy herself.

As an Adult

Maleficent, I've come to warn you. They mean to kill you. King Henry will stop at nothing. Please, you have to trust me.
~ Stefan tricking Maleficent.
You thirsty?
~ Stefan giving Maleficent a drink to put her to sleep.
I have avenged you, sire.
~ Stefan telling King Henry that he "killed" Maleficent.
I shall do my best to be a worthy successor, Your Majesty.
~ Stefan assuring King Henry that he will be a worthy successor to the trone and take care of his daughter.
You're not welcome here.
~ Stefan telling Maleficent that she is not welcome in the castle.
No! We don't want your gift!
~ Stefan when he realizes that Maleficent intends to inflict harm on Aurora.
Maleficent, please don't do this, I'm begging you.
~ Stefan begging Maleficent not to put a curse on Aurora.
You failed me. (Captain: The wall cannot be burned. It is indestructible.) Nothing is indestructible! Not the wall! Not Maleficent! Not even her curse! (remains silent for a moment and looks at his dagger) Bring me the iron workers.
~ Stefan angrily scolding his guards for failing to kill Maleficent by telling them that neither she nor her curse are indestructible before ordering them to bring the iron workers.
You mock me. I know what you're doing. I know exactly what you're doing. (Servant: Sire? Your presence has been requested by the Queen.) Leave me. (Servant: Sire, she is not well. The nurses are fearful that she won't make it through the night.) Can you not see we're having a conversation? When the curse fails, Maleficent will come for me. And on that day, I will be ready.
~ Stefan talking to Maleficent's wings and plotting to have her murdered after her curse fails not even caring that his wife is dying from an illness due to his paranoia and obsession for hunting Maleficent down.
She's coming. She's coming. Where are your workers? (Servant: In their beds, Majesty.) Get them back to work without delay. (Servant: They're exhausted, sire. But I'll have them back to work at first light.) I need them back to work now. (Servant: It's the wee hours.) Aye. Aye. It is the wee hours. So wake them up. (Servant: Sire?) So wake them up, and get them back to work now! We're running out of time! Go, now!
~ Stefan angrily ordering a servant to wake up the iron workers and get them to work now despite the latter's objections.
I need every available man on the east wing now. There should be no guards at the gate. I want her to walk right in.
~ Stefan talking to his guards about planning to have Maleficent killed.
(Guard: Sorry to disturb, Your Majesty. We found this urchin at the gate. She claims to be the princess) (Aurora: Father. It's me, Aurora!) You look just like your mother. They brought you back a day too soon. I told those three idiots! Lock her up in her room. Go. Prepare the men. Maleficent's coming.
~ Stefan meets Aurora, and he is furious at the pixies (because they were supposed to bring her the day after her birthday) before ordering to lock her up in her room (which saddens Aurora) and to be prepared for the battle.
Look at her. Look at what you've done. (Knotgrass: She's only sleeping.) She's only sleeping, you say? She's only sleeping. She's only sleeping forever!
~ Stefan blaming the Pixies for what happened to Aurora.
Kill her!
~ Stefan ordering his guards to kill Maleficent after her wings return to her.
Shoot her!
~ Stefan's final words moments before he plummets off the tower to his demise after he refuses to accept defeat when Maleficent spares him.

Trivia

  • He is the first iconic Disney hero to be depicted as a villain, followed by the Grand Duke.
  • King Stefan was not happy to see Aurora when she returned on her sixteenth birthday. He only said that she looks like her mother Queen Leila, before ordering his guards to lock her in her room.
  • In the novelization of the film, it was told that when Stefan brought Maleficent's wing to King Henry in person, rather than accepting Stefan as his successor, Henry instead mocks Stefan as he still thinks that he's unfit to rule. This is what provoked an angry Stefan to smother King Henry on his deathbed before forging a royal proclamation declaring himself as the new king.
    • This was possibly based on an early version of the film's script, however, as King Henry was clearly depicted on the film fulfilling his word and naming Stefan his successor.
  • Stefan might have redeemed himself if only he had known that Maleficent was the one who resurrected Aurora from her curse. However, due to his desperation and unmerciful obsession to destroy Maleficent, Stefan wasn't able to be informed about this.
  • Stefan is the second villain in the Maleficent franchise to die in their first appearance, followed by Gerda and preceded by King Henry. Additionally, he is the first (and so far only) main villain to die in their first appearance. 
  • Stefan is also the first main villain to be a monarch, followed by Queen Ingrith.  

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