Furious, he asks the merchant where the lamp was sent. Yes, children know Jafar is bad and only want Jasmine to be in love with Aladdin, but there’s more to Jafar’s wish than meets the eye. The plan was to become a powerful and respected leader. In Kingdom Hearts II, before the battle with the Jafar Genie began he did his hand motions from the original Aladdin movie before he became imprisoned. Shakily, the merchant admits he doesn't know, so Jafar suffocates him to death. Don’t rely on this one feature. Jafar spends the entire movie bending the genie rules rather than outright breaking them. Tiffany’s marking system consists of cuttings or etchings in the lamp base which changed over the years and is therefore easy to copy. Jafar is the main antagonist of Disney's 1992 animated feature film Aladdin. Genie DID send Jafars lamp back to the Cave of Wonders, where only a Diamond in the Rough could get it. As Royal Vizier of Agrabah, he was presented as the Sultan's most trusted and loyal advisor. Since I'm currently stuck in a lamp and have nothing better to do than answer the questions of mortals, I'll see if I can clear things up for you. Not a tyrant, mind you. It looked like Jafar was going to finally get rid of Aladdin and the others. In Kingdom Hearts II, Jafar was destroyed first then his lamp melted away. During the final fight, all of the heroes were either knocked out or unavailable. While you’re looking at the lamp base, pay attention to the knobs. Also, while Jafar did indeed intend to use the Magic Lamp to conquer a kingdom in the original tale, he was not a member of the Sultan's court, or connected in any way to Princess Jasmine. Jafar grabs for the lamp, but it disappears into thin air. Unfortunately, Iago burrowed out of the cave in the sequel. Jafar is a fictional character in Walt Disney Pictures' 31st animated feature film Aladdin (1992). And in that film, it's the Genie who tells the others that you can destroy Jafar by destroying his lamp, so it can't be said that he didn't know. Hello, Jafar here. In truth, the imperious Jafar held passionate disdain for the Sultan. Stamps or signatures may be a sign of authenticity, but you need to know what you’re looking for. Genie told Aladdin that in order to kill Jafar, his lamp must be destroyed before Abis Mal uses his third wish to set him free. In the original tale, Jafar only discovered that Aladdin had the lamp by deducing him as the prince after hearing the news that he will wed Jasmine. Ultimately the lava would have worked, otherwise Iago dropping Jafar's lamp into a bunch of lava he conjured up wouldn't have done anything as it would have been tantamount to suicide and thus against the rules. He takes away Jasmine’s ability to decide for herself. ("Trust Me") Sometime after this, Jafar becomes the "vizier" of the capital province of Agrabah by using his magic to enthrall the Sultan of said province. However in The Return of Jafar, the reverse occurs: Jafar's lamp was destroyed, then Jafar himself. In this early draft, Aladdin still manages to get his grubby little mitts on the lamp, and summons the big blue Genie we know and love. However, Iago tried to attack Jafar in Aladdin's defense.