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Among a growing and changing assortment of dolls and doll lines throughout the years since Ever After High's take-off, there is one line that stays around indefinitely. This line, recognizable by assortment numbers BBD41 and BBD51, is without a name, on account of it containing the 'default' dolls and thus not needing a theme-defining designation. This 'Signature' series of dolls represents the characters as they commonly appear in fiction. The line is divided in Royal dolls (BBD51) and Rebel dolls (BBD41), which are released as pseudo-sets of one Royal and one Rebel, though multiple months might be between the associated dolls' releases.

Overview

Year Subline Dolls
2013 'Signature - Rebels' Raven Queen, Madeline Hatter, Hunter Huntsman, Cerise Hood, C.A. Cupid
'Signature - Royals' Apple White, Briar Beauty, Ashlynn Ella, Blondie Lockes
2014 'Signature - Rebels' Cedar Wood, Poppy O'Hair,
'Signature - Royals' Dexter Charming, Holly O'Hair, Lizzie Hearts,
2015 'Signature - Rebels' Kitty Cheshire, Ginger Breadhouse, Darling Charming, Rosabella Beauty, Melody Piper
'Signature - Royals' Duchess Swan, Bunny Blanc, Faybelle Thorn, Alistair Wonderland, Justine Dancer, Farrah Goodfairy
2016 'Signature - Rebels' Meeshell Mermaid
'Signature - Royals' Nina Thumbell, Jillian Beanstalk

History

The 'Signature' series started out with four dolls in Mid 2013, containing the four core characters of the franchise. The first 2-pack followed a few months later, after which one to two dolls were released every few months for a year.

Unlike other doll lines, the 'Signature' series is bound by a rule in terms of what dolls are released. For each Royal, there is a Rebel made into a doll and vice versa. These two are released as sort of a set. Usually, this means they are released at the same time but that's not a requirement. They are, however, released in order within their respective sublines as far as single pack dolls are concerned. For instance, Cedar Wood was released in March of 2014 and her counterpart Lizzie Hearts did not hit stores until July. In between, Dexter Charming was released as the belated Royal counterpart to C.A. Cupid, who preceded Cedar in the Rebel lineup, and the O'Hairs, who are each other's counterparts, were released in a 2-pack. With the exception of the first four dolls, counterparts share an event or a continuation between their diaries. The longest time between doll counterparts' releases currently is five months. Starting off 2015 were Duchess and Kitty, followed closely by Ginger Breadhouse. Afterwards a four-month gap between doll releases was formed and only then in Early May did Royals Faybelle Thorn and Bunny Blanc, accompanied by Rebel Darling Charming, get released. A few weeks prior to their release, Alistair Wonderland and Rosabella Beauty came out in similar times in Mid May. Later in Mid October, Rebel Melody Piper along with Royals Justine Dancer and Farrah Goodfairy hit stores concurrently.

Non-Signature

The list of default outfit dolls released outside of the 'Signature' series started with the release of Way Too Wonderland Courtly Jester in November of 2015. Most non-'Signature' default outfit dolls are released in TV special tie-in lines or as convention exclusives.

Year Subline Dolls
2015 'Way Too Wonderland' Courtly Jester
'Dragon Games' Mira Shards
2016 'Epic Winter' Crystal Winter, Daring Charming

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