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Tick-Tock is one of the many animals imprisoned in the Isle of the Lost. He debuted in the 1953 animated film Peter Pan.

He has a minor appearance in the book The Isle of the Lost. He also has some descendants, which is revealed in the book Return to the Isle of the Lost.

History[]

Before the formation of Auradon[]

      Further information: Peter Pan

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Tick Tock as he appears originally in Peter Pan.

Long ago, Peter Pan cut off Captain Hook's hand and fed it to the crocodile. Since then, Tick Tock wants to devour Hook, who knows that the crocodile is nearby when he hears the sound of the clock that he also ate.

At Skull Rock, he sees his opportunity to eat the pirate when he is in danger, although without success. Later, after Peter's confrontation with Hook on the Jolly Roger, the Captain ends up falling into the sea, where Tick Tock begins to chase him, while Hook flees from him.

The Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel[]

He was present at Evie's 6th birthday party, where Captain Hook put on a daredevil show by placing his head inside Tick Tock's mouth.

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