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Magic absorption <small>(after taking control of Ludo and fusing the wand to his/their body)</small><br>
 
Magic absorption <small>(after taking control of Ludo and fusing the wand to his/their body)</small><br>
 
Immortality
 
Immortality
|hobby = Unknown.
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|hobby = None known
|goals = Kill Comet Butterfly <small>(succeeded)</small>.<br>
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|goals = Kill Comet Butterfly.<br>
Destroy Star Butterfly's wand <small>(succeeded)</small>.<br>
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Destroy Star Butterfly's wand.<br>
Possess Ludo and take control of his body <small>(succeeded)</small>.<br>
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Possess Ludo and take control of his body.<br>
Gain more magic by draining the magical high commission <small>(succeeded)</small>.<br>
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Gain more magic by draining the magical high commission.<br>
Reclaim his finger <small>(succeeded)</small>.<br>
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Reclaim his finger <small>(all succeeded)</small>.<br>
 
Get his revenge on Queen Moon Butterfly for defeating him in the past <small>(failed)</small>.<br>
 
Get his revenge on Queen Moon Butterfly for defeating him in the past <small>(failed)</small>.<br>
Destroy all magic <small>(suceeded through Star)</small>.<br>
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Destroy all magic <small>(succeeded through Star)</small>.<br>
 
|crimes = Mass murder<br>
 
|crimes = Mass murder<br>
 
Mutiny<br>
 
Mutiny<br>
 
Conspiracy
 
Conspiracy
|type of villain = Egotistical Master Manipulator}}
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|type of villain = Manipulative Egotist}}
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{{Quote|Sometimes your biggest threat is right under your nose.|Toffee to Ludo, foreshadowing his true nature.}}
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{{Quote|Surprise!|}}
   
{{Quote|Sometimes your biggest threat is right under your nose.|Toffee to Ludo, foreshadowing his true nature.}}
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'''Toffee''' is the main antagonist of the Disney XD animated series ''Star vs. the Forces of Evil''. He serves as the main antagonist of the first two seasons, the third season premiere "''The Battle for Mewni''", and a posthumous antagonist for the remainder of the series. He is a mysterious lizard monster known as a Septarian and the archenemy of Queen Moon Butterfly and Princess Star Butterfly.
   
'''Toffee''' is one of the main antagonists of the Disney XD animated series ''Star vs. the Forces of Evil. ''He serves as the main antagonist of the first two seasons, the third season premiere "''The Battle for Mewni''", and the posthumous antagonist for the remainder of the series. He is a mysterious lizard monster known as a Septarian and the archenemy of Queen Moon Butterfly.
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He is voiced by {{w|Michael C. Hall}}, who also played [[Dexter Morgan]] in the hit TV series ''Dexter,'' as well as [[Ken Castle]] in the film ''Gamer''.
 
He is voiced by Michael C. Hall, who also played [[Dexter Morgan]] in the hit TV series ''Dexter''.
 
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
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==Personality==
 
==Personality==
 
[[File:S1E16 Toffee narrowing his eyes.png|left|thumb|220x220px|Toffee narrowing his eyes.]]
 
[[File:S1E16 Toffee narrowing his eyes.png|left|thumb|220x220px|Toffee narrowing his eyes.]]
Unlike many of the more comedic and wacky villains - the harmless [[Ludo ]] among them - presented on the show, Toffee stands out from most due to his competency and serious nature. Toffee is always in control of his situation, and is incredibly duplicitous and manipulative, using psychology and practicality to gain the trust of Ludo and his men, and then finally control of the castle and Ludo's army.
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Unlike many of the more comedic and wacky villains - the harmless [[Ludo]] among them - presented on the show, Toffee stands out from most due to his competency and serious nature. Toffee is always in control of his situation, and is incredibly duplicitous and manipulative, using psychology and practicality to gain the trust of Ludo and his men, and then finally control of the castle and Ludo's army.
   
 
No matter what situation he is in, Toffee presents himself a gentleman through and through. He puts up with Ludo's idiocy with no complaint, offers a sandwich to Marco when he holds him prisoner and even holds his end of the bargain when Star agrees to his terms. However, it is implied that Toffee is hiding a personality significantly more unhinged under this, evidenced when he briefly grows a massive smile when he orders Star to destroy her wand, before returning to his stoic nature in a literal second.
 
No matter what situation he is in, Toffee presents himself a gentleman through and through. He puts up with Ludo's idiocy with no complaint, offers a sandwich to Marco when he holds him prisoner and even holds his end of the bargain when Star agrees to his terms. However, it is implied that Toffee is hiding a personality significantly more unhinged under this, evidenced when he briefly grows a massive smile when he orders Star to destroy her wand, before returning to his stoic nature in a literal second.
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==Biography==
 
==Biography==
 
===Past===
 
===Past===
[[File:S3E2 Toffee appears in front of Queen Moon.png|thumb|left|200px|Toffee as a General in the past.]]As revealed in the film "''The Battle for Mewni''", before the start of the series, Toffee (also known as "The Lizard") was a general in the monster army fighting against the Mewnans. However after his king decided to sign a peace treaty with the mewmans, he and his group split off to fight on their own. At some point he murdered Moon Butterly's mother (then only a child), making her the new queen. Using a dark spell given to her by Eclipsa, Moon approached Toffee and his equally immortal army to kill him, but realizing the magic was making her dark and that Eclipsa would be free if she did (which was part of the bargain she made with Eclipsa), she simply used the spell to separate the middle finger off his right hand. When Toffee proved unable to regenerate it his army ran away scared forcing Toffee to withdraw begrudgingly, beginning a lifelong grudge against Moon.
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[[File:S3E2 Toffee appears in front of Queen Moon.png|thumb|left|200px|Toffee as a General in the past.]]As revealed in the film "''The Battle for Mewni''", before the start of the series, Toffee (also known as "The Lizard") was a general in the monster army fighting against the Mewnans. However after his king decided to sign a peace treaty with the mewmans, he and his group split off to fight on their own. At some point he murdered Moon Butterfly's mother (then only a child), making her the new queen. Using a dark spell given to her by Eclipsa, Moon approached Toffee and his equally immortal army to kill him, but realizing the magic was making her dark and that Eclipsa would be free if she did (which was part of the bargain she made with Eclipsa), she simply used the spell to separate the middle finger off his right hand. When Toffee proved unable to regenerate it his army ran away scared forcing Toffee to withdraw begrudgingly, beginning a lifelong grudge against Moon.
   
 
===Season 1===
 
===Season 1===
 
[[File:Toffee.png|left|thumb|00px|Toffee.]]Years later when Moon has grown up and had her own daughter Star Butterfly, Toffee first appears in the series as an "evil efficiency expert" who is first hired by [[Ludo]] in the season one's episode "''Fortune Cookies''". Discovering that Star took fortune cookies seriously, he had Ludo's minions give Star a fortune cookie that said "Love is always the answer," so that she would refuse to fight back against the monsters, giving them hugs instead. However, when the two-headed monster told Star the truth, she blasted the monsters away, foiling Toffee's plan.
 
[[File:Toffee.png|left|thumb|00px|Toffee.]]Years later when Moon has grown up and had her own daughter Star Butterfly, Toffee first appears in the series as an "evil efficiency expert" who is first hired by [[Ludo]] in the season one's episode "''Fortune Cookies''". Discovering that Star took fortune cookies seriously, he had Ludo's minions give Star a fortune cookie that said "Love is always the answer," so that she would refuse to fight back against the monsters, giving them hugs instead. However, when the two-headed monster told Star the truth, she blasted the monsters away, foiling Toffee's plan.
   
In "''Mewnipendence Day''", Toffee replaced Ludo's right hand man Buff Frog, who did not trust him, with an electronic eye to spy on Star. He also introduced a mace with a portal hidden inside it and sent Buff Frog to use it to get Star's wand to Ludo. However, he sabotaged the device so it would not work for Buff Frog, resulting in him failing his mission. Toffee then convinced Ludo to fire Buff Frog.
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In "''Mewnipendence Day''", Toffee replaced Ludo's right-hand man Buff Frog, who did not trust him, with an electronic eye to spy on Star. He also introduced a mace with a portal hidden inside it and sent Buff Frog to use it to get Star's wand to Ludo. However, he sabotaged the device so it would not work for Buff Frog, resulting in him failing his mission. Toffee then convinced Ludo to fire Buff Frog.
   
 
[[File:S1E23 Toffee and monsters angry with Ludo.png|thumb|right|200px|Toffee and Ludo's minions turn against Ludo.]]
 
[[File:S1E23 Toffee and monsters angry with Ludo.png|thumb|right|200px|Toffee and Ludo's minions turn against Ludo.]]
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===Season 4===
 
===Season 4===
 
[[File:Teenage toffee.jpg|thumb|right|200px|A teenage version of Toffee in front of Rasticore and other Septarians.]]A younger version of Toffee appears in the season four episode "''Meteora's Lesson''", in which it is revealed that Toffee was a "bad boy" teenager and had broken Glossaryck's arm due to the latter making a leaf hat. However, when Toffee was about to break Glossaryck's other arm, Meteora shoots green beams from her eyes at the Septarian, surrounding him with green-colored energy and making him unconscious for a quick moment. However, as soon as he regains consciousness, Toffee states that magic is the reason that there is a war going on between the Mewmans and the Septarians.
 
[[File:Teenage toffee.jpg|thumb|right|200px|A teenage version of Toffee in front of Rasticore and other Septarians.]]A younger version of Toffee appears in the season four episode "''Meteora's Lesson''", in which it is revealed that Toffee was a "bad boy" teenager and had broken Glossaryck's arm due to the latter making a leaf hat. However, when Toffee was about to break Glossaryck's other arm, Meteora shoots green beams from her eyes at the Septarian, surrounding him with green-colored energy and making him unconscious for a quick moment. However, as soon as he regains consciousness, Toffee states that magic is the reason that there is a war going on between the Mewmans and the Septarians.
In "The Tavern at the End of the Multiverse ", Star develops a hatred towards magic which is similar to Toffee's motives and that she thinks its the only way to defeat [[Mina Loveberry |Mina Loveberry]] and her Solarian warriors. Inside Glossaryck's magic eye, Star even admits that he is right, looking at the tapestry where he is defeated by Moon. Suddenly, the pictured Toffee comes to life and yells out "Surprise!" in a similar matter in "Storm the Castle". This startled Star and thus she is sent out of Glossaryck's eye. 
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In "The Tavern at the End of the Multiverse", Star develops a hatred towards magic which is similar to Toffee's motives and that she thinks its the only way to defeat [[Mina Loveberry]] and her Solarian warriors. Inside Glossaryck's magic eye, Star even admits that he is right, looking at the tapestry where he is defeated by Moon. Suddenly, the pictured Toffee comes to life and yells out "Surprise!" in a similar matter in "Storm the Castle". This startled Star and thus she is sent out of Glossaryck's eye. 
   
 
==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
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S1E16 Monsters crowding around Star.png
 
S1E16 Toffee smirking.png|Toffee smirking
 
S1E16 Toffee smirking.png|Toffee smirking
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S1E20 High Tech.png
 
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S1E20 Obsolete Spy.png
 
S1E20 Finished.png|Toffee with Buff Frog
 
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S1E24 Marco talking to Toffee.png|Marco talking to Toffee
 
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Toffee is Alive!.jpg|Toffee possessing Ludo's body
 
Toffee is Alive!.jpg|Toffee possessing Ludo's body
 
S3E2 Toffee emerging from his tent.png|Toffee the general
 
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S3E7 Toffee saying goodbye to Star Butterfly.png|Toffee with Star Butterfly
 
S3E7 Queen Moon points the powerless wand at Toffee's chest.png|Queen Moon points the powerless wand at Toffee's chest
 
S3E7 Queen Moon points the powerless wand at Toffee's chest.png|Queen Moon points the powerless wand at Toffee's chest
 
S3E7 Toffee looking down at Ludo.png|Toffee looking down at Ludo
 
S3E7 Toffee looking down at Ludo.png|Toffee looking down at Ludo
 
Toffee's defeat.png|Toffee's defeat and death
 
Toffee's defeat.png|Toffee's defeat and death
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===Videos===
 
<gallery widths="300" bordercolor="#8e8e8e" captiontextcolor="#8e8e8e" position="center">
 
SvTFoE – Toffee's Intentions “Storm the Castle” HD
 
Star VS the Forces of Evil Star VS Toffee (The Original Scene)
 
Star Vs The Forces Of Evil - Toffee Vs Moon (Clip)
 
Star Vs.The Forces Of Evil-El Regreso De Toffee SUB The Battle Of Mewni Clip 2 HD
 
(Spoiler) Star vs. Toffee Star vs. the Forces of Evil Disney XD
 
 
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Sometimes your biggest threat is right under your nose.
~ Toffee to Ludo, foreshadowing his true nature.
Surprise!

Toffee is the main antagonist of the Disney XD animated series Star vs. the Forces of Evil. He serves as the main antagonist of the first two seasons, the third season premiere "The Battle for Mewni", and a posthumous antagonist for the remainder of the series. He is a mysterious lizard monster known as a Septarian and the archenemy of Queen Moon Butterfly and Princess Star Butterfly.

He is voiced by Michael C. Hall, who also played Dexter Morgan in the hit TV series Dexter, as well as Ken Castle in the film Gamer.

Appearance

Toffee SURPRISE!

"Surprise!"

Toffee is a tall, humanoid monster known as a Septarian, notable with a crocodile/lizard-like appearance. His skin is bluish-gray, his eyes yellow and hair black and neatly slicked back. He has four fingers on each hand (with the exception of his missing middle-finger).

He is notable for wearing a tuxedo - complete with a red tie - that Marco comments makes him look like a lawyer. After possessing Ludo, his eyeballs turn a glowing yellow-green and the wand made from his right hand morphs into Ludo's arm, forming Toffee's original hand still sans the finger, with the crystal half embedded in the center.

Personality

S1E16 Toffee narrowing his eyes

Toffee narrowing his eyes.

Unlike many of the more comedic and wacky villains - the harmless Ludo among them - presented on the show, Toffee stands out from most due to his competency and serious nature. Toffee is always in control of his situation, and is incredibly duplicitous and manipulative, using psychology and practicality to gain the trust of Ludo and his men, and then finally control of the castle and Ludo's army.

No matter what situation he is in, Toffee presents himself a gentleman through and through. He puts up with Ludo's idiocy with no complaint, offers a sandwich to Marco when he holds him prisoner and even holds his end of the bargain when Star agrees to his terms. However, it is implied that Toffee is hiding a personality significantly more unhinged under this, evidenced when he briefly grows a massive smile when he orders Star to destroy her wand, before returning to his stoic nature in a literal second.

He also displays some sociopathic and obsessive tendencies, manipulating Ludo's men into abandoning him, threatening to kill Marco in front of Star without flinching and even giving a momentary glimpse of amusement to Star's confusion.

Powers and Abilities

The extent of Toffee's powers are never given, but it is clear that he is very dangerous when provoked. He has a firm grasp of magic and technology, having access to both with the wit and knowledge to use them to their fullest potential.

He has the ability to teleport, appearing in different places instantaneously with no visibly shown method as to how. Not unlike actual lizards, Toffee is able to regenerate whole body parts, such as when Star blew his entire left arm off with her wand, only to regenerate it within seconds.

Despite his regenerative abilities, he is still missing his middle finger. It is revealed that it was separated from him with a powerful spell, so perhaps very strong spells can permanently injure him.

According to the verse in the episode "Into the Wand", Toffee is immortal.

After taking over Ludo's body and fusing the wand into his arm, he proves himself to be easily the most powerful threat in the series, his magic being powerful enough to defeat and drain three Magic High Commission (Hekapoo, Rhombulus, and Omnitraxus Prime) members, rendering them either temporarily dead or unconscious and in a coma (although they can be revived). He drained Moon of all her energy forcing Lekmet (the fourth Commission member) to sacrifice himself to restore her.

Once Moon transforms into her winged form to battle Toffee, she is still easily defeated by his giant green energy blade. Even after burying him in rubble, he rises out unscathed and she is forced to recover her defeated teammates and escape.

Biography

Past

S3E2 Toffee appears in front of Queen Moon

Toffee as a General in the past.

As revealed in the film "The Battle for Mewni", before the start of the series, Toffee (also known as "The Lizard") was a general in the monster army fighting against the Mewnans. However after his king decided to sign a peace treaty with the mewmans, he and his group split off to fight on their own. At some point he murdered Moon Butterfly's mother (then only a child), making her the new queen. Using a dark spell given to her by Eclipsa, Moon approached Toffee and his equally immortal army to kill him, but realizing the magic was making her dark and that Eclipsa would be free if she did (which was part of the bargain she made with Eclipsa), she simply used the spell to separate the middle finger off his right hand. When Toffee proved unable to regenerate it his army ran away scared forcing Toffee to withdraw begrudgingly, beginning a lifelong grudge against Moon.

Season 1

Toffee

Toffee.

Years later when Moon has grown up and had her own daughter Star Butterfly, Toffee first appears in the series as an "evil efficiency expert" who is first hired by Ludo in the season one's episode "Fortune Cookies". Discovering that Star took fortune cookies seriously, he had Ludo's minions give Star a fortune cookie that said "Love is always the answer," so that she would refuse to fight back against the monsters, giving them hugs instead. However, when the two-headed monster told Star the truth, she blasted the monsters away, foiling Toffee's plan.

In "Mewnipendence Day", Toffee replaced Ludo's right-hand man Buff Frog, who did not trust him, with an electronic eye to spy on Star. He also introduced a mace with a portal hidden inside it and sent Buff Frog to use it to get Star's wand to Ludo. However, he sabotaged the device so it would not work for Buff Frog, resulting in him failing his mission. Toffee then convinced Ludo to fire Buff Frog.

S1E23 Toffee and monsters angry with Ludo

Toffee and Ludo's minions turn against Ludo.

After Ludo's attempt to take Star's wand when the house became a labyrinth of Marco's beard was foiled, Toffee told Ludo's minions that Ludo was incompetent as a leader, and told them to choose between the two of them. The monsters chose Toffee as their new leader, and Ludo was kicked out of his castle.

Storm the Castle 1

In the Season One's finale, Toffee captured Marco and held him for ransom for Star's wand. Star, Ludo, and Buff Frog joined forces to defeat him, during which Star blasted his left arm off, but he regenerated it and threatened to crush Marco, revealing that he wanted Star to destroy her wand rather than give it to him. Star used the Whispering Spell to destroy her wand, which caused an explosion that blew up Ludo's castle, presumably killing Toffee; however, he is seen smiling as his "death" unfolds, hinting that he expected the wand to explode and that he may possibly be alive, or that his plan has yet to truly come to fruition.

Season 2

In the Season Two's second episode "Ludo in the Wild", after being banished to another dimension by Star following the Season One's finale and the destruction of his castle, Ludo discovers a dark wand made from the right half of Star's wand and Toffee's skeletal right hand which he continues to use from that point on. It is also revealed that the wand "speaks" to him, hinting that Toffee's ghost is manipulating Ludo from inside the wand.

In the episode "Into the Wand", Star tries to fix her own wand and discovers Toffee's finger inside of it, so she removes it and places it inside her secrets closet.

In the episode "Page Turner" Toffee is pictured in a crystal ball while trying to find the source for the universes depletion of magic.

At some point the wand (Toffee) tells Ludo where to find an ancient monster temple to live in.

Ludo-Toffee &#039;you&#039;ll never get him on your side&#039;

Toffee in Ludo's body.

In the episode "The Hard Way", it is confirmed that Toffee is indeed inside Ludo's wand: when Ludo becomes tainted by the dark magic of Queen Eclipsa's chapter in the Magic Instruction Book, this allows Toffee to take possession of his body. Toffee tells Glossaryck that he'll never get Ludo on his side, but Glossaryck says he doesn't have a side. In response to this, Toffee laughs and says, "Excellent."

S2E41 Ludo-Toffee &#039;I&#039;m coming for my finger&#039;

Toffee possesses Ludo.

In "Starcrushed", Toffee completely takes control of Ludo's body and his skeletal hand regenerates onto Ludo's arm fusing the magic crystal to his palm. He then proceeds to beat and drain the magic of all the Magic High Commission members, leaving Hekapoo, Rhombulus, and Omnitraxus Prime in a comatose state. Chancellor Lekmet uses up his life energy reviving Moon and dissolves into dust, leaving behind a single horn. Moon rises to take on Toffee but is easily defeated, and grabs her allies to escape. Before Moon leaves through a portal Toffee tells her to tell Star he will be coming for his finger.

Star vs. the Forces of Evil: The Battle for Mewni

In the movie "The Battle for Mewni", it is revealed that Toffee instructed Glossaryck to stay hidden during the events of "Starcrushed" in order to initiate a scheme to absorb the powers of the Magic High Commission. After Ludo furiously throws the Book of Spell into a fire, Toffee re-possesses Ludo and says while he did not intend for Glossaryck to disappear, it still works to his advantage. Toffee's manipulations prove successful to the point where Ludo overthrows King River and takes over his position.

S3E3 Ludo-Toffee watches the book burn to ashes

Toffee, possesses Ludo, burns the Book of Magic.

Star then uses the Whispering Spell and lets it absorb her into the wand crystal where Toffee emerges as an enormous slimy version of himself and takes her on, all the while convincing Moon to give him back his finger through Ludo. Moon finally agrees and as the finger merges with his hand, he says goodbye to Star and leaves her trapped as his true body emerges and forms around Ludo before spitting him out and declaring Star to be gone.

As he leaves, an enraged Moon uses the Darkest Spell taught by Eclipsa, but is surprised when it does nothing to him. Toffee easily defeats Moon and Marco and prepares to leave them behind forever, having both recovered his finger and fulfilled his revenge on Moon. However, Star successfully breaks free from the inside, causing the wand halves to merge together and allowing Star to gain a new Mewberty form, in which she uses to burn the villainous lizard and sear his skin clean off, leaving him as a horrendous black ink-like creature with part of his ribs showing.

He merely laughs and says that it's not over and that he made all the plans and that only he knows how everything turns out before Ludo pushes a pillar onto him, destroying most of him and leaving only his black destroyed hand and eyeball, the rest of him having melted into sludge.

S3E7 Toffee &#039;she&#039;s gone&#039;

Toffee restored, saying that Star is gone.

Ludo proclaims that it turned out that Toffee is dead. With his destruction, Eclipsa's prison begins to crack. However, Toffee's last words about more unknown plans remains a mystery, especially with his claim that he is the only one who knows the plan. Furthermore, based on the fact that he already has all Magic High Commission members's power which powerful enough to rule Mewni as well as killing Moon easily, he chooses to walk away after getting his finger back rather than ruling Mewni suggesting that ruling Mewni or getting revenge on Moon are not his end goals. As of the show's final season, it seems likely that Toffee's actions were ultimately at the behest of a higher power.

Season 4

Teenage toffee

A teenage version of Toffee in front of Rasticore and other Septarians.

A younger version of Toffee appears in the season four episode "Meteora's Lesson", in which it is revealed that Toffee was a "bad boy" teenager and had broken Glossaryck's arm due to the latter making a leaf hat. However, when Toffee was about to break Glossaryck's other arm, Meteora shoots green beams from her eyes at the Septarian, surrounding him with green-colored energy and making him unconscious for a quick moment. However, as soon as he regains consciousness, Toffee states that magic is the reason that there is a war going on between the Mewmans and the Septarians.

In "The Tavern at the End of the Multiverse", Star develops a hatred towards magic which is similar to Toffee's motives and that she thinks its the only way to defeat Mina Loveberry and her Solarian warriors. Inside Glossaryck's magic eye, Star even admits that he is right, looking at the tapestry where he is defeated by Moon. Suddenly, the pictured Toffee comes to life and yells out "Surprise!" in a similar matter in "Storm the Castle". This startled Star and thus she is sent out of Glossaryck's eye. 

Quotes

Yes, well, you're not the first monster to fall victim to their magic.
~ Toffee
Do you think I'm like Ludo? I don't want your wand, destroy it.
~ Toffee, to Star.
Gentlemen, it's been a pleasure.
~ Toffee, before the wand blows up.
Ludo's not here right now. But if you'd like, you can leave a message.
~ Toffee possessing Ludo.
Hello, Moon. It's been a while.
~ Toffee to Moon.
Tell Star I'm coming for my finger.
~ Toffee to Queen Moon.
Time to give it up, old man. You'll never get him on your side.
~ Toffee to Glossaryck about Ludo.
You don't, do you? Excellent.
~ Toffee after Glossaryck say he does not have a side.
Excellent.
~ Toffee to Glossaryck.
I didn't want this. This was all Ludo. But now that you're gone, I can finally get him to do what I wanted. I'd love to chat more, but it looks like you're out of time.
~ Toffee to Glossaryck, after Ludo burns the book.
Have you learned nothing?
~ Toffee
Hello, princess.
~ Toffee to Star.
Poor little butterfly, you've lost your wings.
~ Toffee to Star.
You don't even recognize your own magic when you're swimming in it.
~ Toffee reveling that the green slime is the corrupted magic.
You think you've won? Ha! You don't make the plans! I do! Me! Only I know how this all turns out!
~ Toffee's last words before being crushed by Ludo.
See? This is the threat of magic! This is what we are at war against.
~ Toffee after being attacked by Meteora Butterfly.

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  • It was speculated by some that Toffee is a son or descendant of Eclipsa, Queen of Darkness, a mewnian who took a monster for her love interest and left the kingdom due to an image of Eclipsa appearing among clips of him in "Into the Wand". However, it is since revealed that their only connection is that Eclipsa gave Moon the spell that beat Toffee. Ironically, during the event of Monster Bash, Heinous is revealed to be Eclipsa's daughter.
  • Toffee's voice actor described his character as a "megalomaniacal, reptilian, slithery, infiltrating, flattering, backstabbing bad guy".
  • In Daron Nefcy's book The Magic Book of Spells it was confirmed that Comet, the mother of Moon, was defeated and killed by Toffee, who is also named as the prince of the nation of dark monsters.
  • He was the only main antagonist that died.
  • Due to the information shown in The Magic Book of Spells, it is speculated that Toffee is part of Seth of Septaris's faction that dedicated themselves in vanquishing Mewni, as the book reveals that Seth opposed the peace treaty between Mewmen and Monsters and sent his force to kill Comet. Much of Toffee's more mysterious actions are brought to light if viewed from the perspective that he was ultimately serving Seth and his agenda.
  • It is revealed that Toffee's true motives is to get rid of the magic of Mewni. This is similar to when Star develops a hatred for magic in the Season 4 episode "The Tavern at the End of the Multiverse".

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