Abu is caught stealing dates from the merchants in the market place by Razoul, and is threatened with being jailed if he is ever caught again stealing fruit.
Aladdin and company are hired to make a king of a small village cheerful, as his mood is linked to the weather of the village by his psych, so if he's angry, the whole village will suffer from droughts and bad weather, but if he's happy, the village will have flourished gardens and sunny weather. Aladdin and company fail to make him happy (if fact, they do the opposite). Jasmine decides to tell him a story that will cheer him up, and she's successful in making him happy. Since the villagers want the king to stay happy, Jasmine is forced to stay in the village.
Abu continues to steal, which infuriates Aladdin. Aladdin decides to take drastic measures, and put a leash on Abu so he can keep an eye on him at all times. Abu is extremely angry about this, and runs away. Aladdin sends Iago to keep an eye on Abu, to make sure he doesn't steal, but he really wants him to keep Abu safe and bring him home, but won't admit it.
Aladdin tells Jasmine that she wouldn't be able to last a day as a street rat, so Jasmine sets out to prove him wrong by dressing as one and spending the day in the marketplace with Iago. Jasmine decides to make the identity complete by stealing a mirror, in which Jasmine looks into it and states that now, she's a street rat. Iago says that if she's a street rat, he's a frilled-lizard. Each of their statements become true, and Jasmine is now a rat, and Iago a frilled-lizard.
Aladdin and company take a trip to Getzistan, where they see that the place is demolished. When they begin to inquire him on what happened, the sultan pretends to not notice what he's talking about. He finally gives, and explains that Ned the Destroyer (a giant) destroys the town by night, and Nefir's imps rebuild it. Aladdin and Genie decide to put an end to it, but Genie confuses Ned the Destroyer with a smaller destroyer whom he believed he could take down. In the middle of trying to stop Ned, Genie shoots Ned with a tranquilizer, but it doesn't penetrate the skin; it bounces off, and shoots Aladdin. Aladdin grows tired of Genie's foolish acts, and leaves (after he is revived). Meanwhile, Nefir doesn't want to have Ned be successfully stopped, because then he'd be out of business, so he decides to put an end to Aladdin and Genie.
The Sultan purchases a mechanical toy in the market place, which turns out to be a deadly machine, invented by Mechanicles, a perfectionist, who’s obsessed with ruling the world and machines.
Jasmine wants to do some good for Agrabah, so she purchases powder that burns better than fire wood for the citizens of Agrabah. Aladdin is skeptical, since the merchant was mysterious; they were also one whom he'd never seen before. Jasmine acts angry towards Aladdin, believing that he's jealous because it wasn't his idea. Aladdin's skepticism was correct, as it was Abis Mal who was the merchant, and the powder, when burned, releases a smoke god, whom Abis Mal plans to make do his bidding.
Twenty years ago, the Sultan passed through a plant-monster's garden, which he half-destroyed to cross. The monster arose, and planned to kill the Sultan, but he promised him that in twenty years, he'd give him his biggest treasure. Now that twenty years have passed, the monster has returned, and taken Jasmine, who is the Sultan's most valued treasure.
Aladdin learns poise from Iago, so he can fit in with Jasmine and her royal gatherings, but he feels awkward because he's not acting like himself. Meanwhile, Mechanicles is attempting to turn the whole desert's sand into glass by heating it at extreme temperatures.
When Abis Mal steals Genie's lamp while he's sleeping, Genie sets out to find his lamp. En route to Abis Mal, Genie comes across a female Genie, named Eden. Eden has recently gained a new master, a homeless kid. Eden is currently feeding the boy when Genie arrives. He begins trying to out-do Eden by giving him more food. They end up making so many pizzas that they make a giant tower of pizza. Eden and Genie fall in love, and decide to go out on a date. But Eden ends up being captured by Abis Mal, so she misses their date. Genie thinks that she stood them up, and goes into depression. Since Genies always have to obey their master, she is forced to harm Genie, Aladdin, and the gang.
AlMuddi, an extremely tall mud-like monster kidnaps Aladdin and company, with plans to eat them. Fortunately, the gang knows of AlMuddi’s weakness – water. However, they are currently located in the middle of a desert, with no water for hundreds of miles. With no water, does the gang have any hope for survival?
Aladdin must foil Mechanicles’ plans to destroy the Earth from his underwater attack machine with the aid of Captain Al Bahtross, an arrogant captain of a ship who appears to be fearless.
Sadira, a street rat, steals a ladle from a merchant in the marketplace, and Aladdin comes to her rescue before she’s thrown in jail by Razoul. Because of him saving her, she falls in love with him. Aladdin tells her that he’s engaged to Jasmine, which causes Sadira to become a sand witch, so she can make Aladdin fall in love with her.
Mechanicles is fed up with Aladdin putting an end to his dastardly plans of conquering the world, so he creates a hypnotic robot that makes Aladdin’s view on crime completely different – and turns Aladdin into a criminal!
There's a drought in Agrabah with scorching hot weather, so Aladdin decides to take a rain cloud from the rain forest, and bring it to Agrabah to bring the citizens rain. However, there is a keeper of rain clouds named Tundra, a peacock-looking bird. She refuses to loan them a cloud, so they decide to steal it from her, while Iago distracts her with his parrot-like charm. It works, and Iago falls for Tundra, and vice-versa. Tundra eventually notices a missing rain cloud, and blames Iago, thus ending their relationship.
Abis Mal obtain the Rose of Forgetfulness, and plans to use it on the Sultan in order to make him forget that he’s the sultan of Agrabah, which is when he can attain the throne as the sultan. Unfortunately, he mistakenly grabs the Rose, and forgets his plan. Soon, Jasmine gets a hold of the Rose, and forgets who she is. Abis Mal decides to use this fortunate incident to help him gain the throne.
Aladdin wants to give Jasmine the locket that she wants, but the store keeper convinces him that a rancid-smelling stuffed animal will suffice. He buys it for her, while Iago purchases a frightened, koala bear-like animal as a pet for Jasmine. Jasmine is upset with Aladdin’s gift, however, she is ecstatic when she sees Iago’s gift. When Aladdin is walking towards Jasmine, Iago trips him, making him nearly fall on the animal. Suddenly, the locket that Jasmine wanted appears in Aladdin’s hand. Everyone comes to realization whenever the animal becomes scared, he makes your wishes come true. Iago tries to benefit from this, as does Abu.
Sadira, still determined to win the love of Aladdin, performs a spell in which she and Jasmine switch lives. Sadira becomes the daughter of the Sultan and Aladdin's fiancé, while Jasmine becomes a street-rat who must steal for a living. The spell works on all of the humans on Earth, but animals (Iago, Abu, and Raja) aren’t affected by her spell, so they try to put an end to Sadira’s scheme. They are unsuccessful, as Aladdin believes they’ve just gone crazy. The animals decide to seek out Jasmine, to see if she was affected or not. She has, and believes she’s always been a street rat who’s never met Aladdin. But when she sees Aladdin’s eyes, she feels as if she’s known him all her life. She decides to accompany the animals on their quest to get Jasmine back on the throne of Agrabah as the princess. When Sadira learns of this, she decides to skip the formal, extravaganza wedding that was planned, and makes plans for her and Aladdin become husband and wife at once!
Abis Mal obtains a time machine, which he plans to use to prevent Jasmine’s ancient ancestor from founding Agrabah and becoming Sultan. Aladdin and company discover his plot, and must put an end to it at all costs, as if Abis Mal succeeds, he’ll not only become the Sultan of Agrabah, but he’ll erase Jasmine from existence.
After Aladdin, Iago, Abu, and Genie go on an unsuccessful treasure hunt, Aladdin swears off going on anymore treasure hunts ever again. No sooner does Aladdin leave that a skeleton emerges from the ocean, and strolls up to Iago and Abu, telling them that he has information about a treasure of Aladdin. Iago claims he’s Aladdin, since the skeleton has never met Aladdin in person. He gives them a treasure map, but they need Aladdin’s assistance. The problem is Aladdin swore off going on anymore treasure hunts, and he has a private date with Jasmine, as well. When they tell him of the treasure, Aladdin refuses, but they convince him to help out. He can’t back out of his date with Jasmine, so he decides to have their date on the island that the treasure is located and plans to give them assistance every so often. However, the treasure seems to be guarded by a woman who turns into a wolf-like monster every time she is hit by the moonlight.
Abis Mal and Mechanicles decide to team-up to extract their revenge upon Aladdin. They have the perfect plan, which involves using magical jewels that affect your mood/ emotions.
Iago decides to give Tundra a vacation by taking over her job as the controller of weather, with the help of Abu and Genie. Iago does a great job as the controller of weather, until he makes a deal with Malcho where he gives him Tundra’s weather medallion (which enables the possessor to control the weather). Malcho decides to use his new found power to wreak havoc on the rain forest, and the world, as well. It’s up to Iago to get Tundra’s medallion back to save the rain forest.
Sadira is more determined than ever to win the heart of Aladdin, and she’s back with a new plan! This time, Sadira decides to turn Aladdin into a knight in a make-believe world with a noble stallion (Abu, who is changed into a horse), in which she is a princess in need of rescue from a deadly dragon. She casts a spell on Aladdin, sending him into the world, where she plans to go in right behind him, when Genie, Jasmine, and Iago show up. They prevent Sadira from going into the fairy tale world, and Genie is forced to mix genie-magic and sand-magic to get Aladdin out of the faux reality. He is successful, however, Aladdin still believes he’s a knight who must rescue a princess, and Abu has not been completely changed back from a horse (he’s now a donkey). The only way to break the spell is for Sadira to kiss Aladdin. Jasmine reluctantly agrees, but Aladdin has already left, and everyone must find him before he makes a mess of things.
Abis Mal attains a bubble bath that will turn the user of it to stone. He replaces the Sultan's bubble bath with the stone-inducing version, in hopes that the Sultan will use it, and when he turns to stone, Abis Mal can take the throne. His plan goes down the drain when Iago sneaks into the Sultan’s chambers and takes a bath in the Sultan’s bathtub, using the bubble bath. Iago slowly begins turning to stone, and he’ll be completely stone by sundown.
Aladdin and company take a trip to the frozen north, where they meet Frijheed, an ice-covered man who can create ice and snow with his mind. Aladdin sees it fitting that he journeys with the gang back to Agrabah, where his talents can benefit the citizens who are being burned by the scorching-hot weather. He agrees, and comes to Agrabah, where his talents are recognized. Soon, he becomes too consumed with his new found popularity, and creates a blizzard in Agrabah. Aladdin and company must put an end to Frijheed, to prevent the citizens from getting sick.
Two kids love the stories of the heroic adventures of Aladdin, so Genie, Iago, and Abu tell the kids stories in which Aladdin is overshadowed by their “greatness.” All goes well until Abis Mal starts telling the kids stories where Aladdin is a villain and Abis Mal is a hero.
An evil sea mermaid named Saleen has the elemental power of water. She usually uses this ability to capture sailors’ wives, so she can attain their love, but this time she has accidentally caught Jasmine. When Saleen finds out that Jasmine has a boyfriend that she finds attractive, she decides to keep Jasmine trapped in reflections of water, while she assumes the identity of a human, so she can obtain Aladdin’s love.
Aladdin and friends are forced to go through a castle when there's no other way around, and the only resident, a yetti that is the lord of the castle, decides he wants Genie to stay and be his court jester due to his limitless talent possibilities.
Aladdin, while riding on Carpet over a forest, falls off of Carpet, landing into the trees, and breaking his arm. Aladdin awakes to find himself in the bed of an unknown person in a tree house. He finds that the area that he is in is a town that is run by talking animals. They are prejudice against humans, as humans have destroyed forests around their area many times. Aladdin tries to show them that humans aren’t all bad, but is unsuccessful.
Aladdin degrades Genie’s work as a genie, believing it to be a simple, easy job. Genie decides to make Iago eat his words by switching lives with him. Genie becomes a normal person, while Iago is a genie (but still a parrot). At first, Iago is the hit of the town, giving everyone water during the drought, food to the homeless and poor, and performing other good deeds. However, because he gave out free water, the merchants selling water can’t benefit from their products, just as the merchants selling food can’t, which causes a feud. Another problem arises when Iago gives Abu the power to change anything he touches to gold, which prevents Abu from being able to eat anything, as the food he touches turns to gold.
Aladdin, Iago, Abu, and Genie are crossing the deserts when they encounter two groups of marauders who are battling each other. One group is carrying a treasure chest-like container that is holding a diamond-like jewel. When a marauder knocks it off a horse, the jewel hits the ground, sending everyone around it back in time about a day or so. Aladdin and company aren’t affected by it, but are curious as to what happen. They discover what’s happening when the same event occurs the next day. Aladdin tries to stop the jewel from touching the ground, but he is unsuccessful, and he is taken back in time with the raiders this time! When Genie, Abu, and Iago seem him, he is now a raider, and doesn’t recognize them. Abu tries to stop them, but is taken back in time as well. Finally, Genie takes shot at it, where Aladdin cleverly tricks him into going into a glass bottle, in which he cannot escape. It’s up to Iago to save the day now.
The evil sorcerer, Mozenrath, is contemplating taking over the world, but he needs the aid of a person who is virtually fearless, and will face dangerous challenges. To find the perfect person, he creates a winged monster that terrorizes Agrabah. Whoever comes to the rescue will be the person he chooses. Aladdin learns of the monster that’s roaming the city, attacking various civilians, and decides that he must stop it. Aladdin is successful, and Mozenrath tells him that he will hire him to work for him as his aid. Aladdin declines, so Mozenrath decides to force him into helping him by kidnapping Genie, and releasing a Thirdak on him, a monster that eats magical creatures.
Everyone is fed up with Iago's greed when he attempts to rob the royal treasury, so Genie casts a spell on him to make him non-greedy. This spell backfires, making Iago a giving person – so giving that Iago robs the royal treasury to give the jewels to the poor! He becomes a fugitive for stealing the jewels, and must avoid Razoul, who plans to put Iago in jail.
Mozenrath captures Aladdin and decides to make him his hostage unless Jasmine brings the Genie into Dagger Rock by sunset. The Sultan will not allow Jasmine to go out and get killed, so instead, she disobeys her father and finds Aladdin, along with Genie to help her with the situation. They arrive at Dagger Rock, just to see that Mozenrath wants Genie for his powers by putting him in the Crystal of Ix. But Jasmine stops that by putting Mozenrath into the Crystal of Ix, thus, saving the day.
Mirage, an evil-incarnate feline female comes into a town and tries to scare Aladdin and the others to create fear, which might convince them to leave. But Aladdin will not allow that, so instead, he stays, trying to fight Mirage when she puts them into a nightmare in Morbia, her home lair and world.
Aladdin and company visit Getzistan again, where Genie decides to try out a new spell in which he splits himself into seven different genies. The spell goes haywire, and there become seven Genies, each with a different personality.
Mozenrath obtains the aid of a wind jackal to use in his next attempt at ruling the world, so Aladdin, Jasmine, and Abu travel to the Land of the Black Sand in an attempt to stop him. They leave behind Genie, Iago, and Carpet because there are magical detectors all over the Land of the Black Sand, and Genie and Carpet would set it off. They leave behind Iago because he talks too much. They don’t inform Genie, Iago, and Carpet of this, so they assume they decided to go on a treasure hunt and leave them behind. Iago, Abu and Carpet decide to tag along with Aladdin and company, unaware that their very presence will set off the detectors (except Iago).
Mechanicles tries to build himself a gigantic robotic son, which he plans to train to wreak havoc upon Agrabah, and eventually, the world. The robot has many flaws, preventing it from operating, so Mechanicles goes back to the drawing board. Meanwhile, Waheed is becoming an aspiring hero, in hopes of growing up to be like Aladdin, though he continues to mess up, causing Aladdin to finally suggest he stop before he injures himself or another. While wandering around the city, Waheed stumbles upon Mechanicles’ workshop, where the gigantic robot catches his eye. He climbs inside of it, where he notices that the robot can be manually operated. He decides to use this new found power to aid him in his quest to become a hero.
Aladdin and Jasmine travel to Odiferous to attend Uncouthma's wedding, but someone is trying to ruin the happy couple's wedding day. Meanwhile, Uncouthma’s wife begins to fall in love with Aladdin because of him being so small and fragile, unlike Uncouthma.
Mirage returns with a huge, evil plan, one that Aladdin may not be able to handle. A structure in the front of the city is destroying everything in its path with its shadow. Mirage decides to give Aladdin a chance to save the city, by telling him that he can stop the structure by retrieving the correct mirror that portrays the “true you” from a cave that contains many other mirrors as distractions.
The newlyweds Uncoustma and his wife return since their previous appearance, and this time, with a child. Their son is strong, and believes that brawn can solve all problems and is superior to brain. Trouble occurs in Uncoustma’s land when lizards begin poisoning the town’s supply of cheese, turning anyone who eats it extremely ill.
Nefir and his imps are making Agrabah and Odiferous go to war. The imps are supplying both cities with war supplies and making a nice profit off it at the same time.
Aladdin is taking a day off of protecting the city, where he plans to just kick-back, and relax. No sooner does he decide this does Iago track in mud on the Palace floors. However, this mud is unique, as it is the mud that composes AlMuddi, who has returned with a vengeance upon Aladdin and all of his loved ones.
A griffin is terrorizing Getizstan because Abis-Mal stole her egg. He believed that the egg gives you special powers. But it turns out, that they just make your hair grow uncontrollably.
Aladdin and friends are tricked into finding an evil wizard's head, and when they do the wizard attaches his head to his body. Then he unattached Aladdin's head from his body, and now the others have to figure out how to put it back on. While Aladdin’s head is separated from his body, he is not in pain at all, and they are turned into separate individuals. Aladdin’s head becomes arrogant and afraid to take risks, while Aladdin’s body is warm, loving, and a thrill-seeker.
Tundra enlists the aid of Aladdin and company when she notices a large amount of trees being destroyed. When they arrive at the rain forest, they discover the source of the missing trees is termites. Genie decides to shrink himself and Aladdin, in order to get down to the size of the termites, and destroy them. They come to realization that the termites are mechanical, so the only person who could possibly be behind the crime is Mechanicles. When they head off to Mechanicles’ hideout, Iago decides to go ahead, and stop Mechanicles solely, in order to impress Tundra, whom he is still in love with. Iago ends up being trapped by Mechanicles, and Mechanicles recognizes him as Aladdin’s parrot. He then sets traps for the rest of the gang, and succeeds on capturing them.
Aladdin gets overconfident, and thinks he can overcome any challenge, so Chaos (the “Lord of Randomness and Impulsiveness”) gives him a real challenge.
Dominus Tusk, a rampageous monster, who plans to conquer Agrabah next. He’s never been unsuccessful in conquering a town, so this worries the Sultan. He decides to take matters into his own hands, and dons the armor, which is said to give you the awesome strength of the warrior who wielded it. The Sultan defeats Dominus Tusk, and decides to wear the armor forever more, in order to keep his current state as the protector of the city. However, the soul of the warrior who wielded the armor lives on in the armor, and the Sultan becomes controlled by it. He becomes aggressive and evil, so Aladdin and company must put a stop to it.
In order to gain a new undersea playmate, Saleen crashes a delivery ship sent by the Sultan, in hopes that Aladdin will investigate. Her plan works as she planned, and she turns Aladdin into a shark so she can attain a new undersea playmate.
When groups of a new type of creature called “sprites”, which are really small, flying human-like creatures with different colored skin, come to Agrabah looking for a good time, they meet Aladdin and company, and show them a good time. Sprites are different from how they appear, as they are extremely strong for their height, so they use this strength to carry Aladdin and company, enabling them to fly, which makes Carpet feel unwanted.
Butterfingers is working for Mozenrath, who hired him to kidnap the Sultan. To make it easier for him, he uses a special concoction that turns the Sultan into a golden statue. Aladdin and Genie try to stop him, but are unsuccessful, so Iago decides to take a shot at getting him back.
Mozenrath discovers an ancient city in the desert that has a monument that gives who ever uses it great magical power. The city is buried beneath the sand, so Mozenrath enslaves sprites to do the digging for him. A few escape from his clutches, and alert Aladdin of the situation. He decides to put a stop to Mozenrath.
Iago and Abu are looking for a magic glass ball in Jafar’s old lab because they hear that it enables you walks through walls. Once they do, they both rub it, and sure enough, they can walk through walls, but there's one catch: they are sent to the Netherworld, the Land of the Dead. Although Abu and Iago can see Aladdin and company, Aladdin and the others can't hear them either, due to them being in an alternate universe. They are not dead, however, but Ayam Aghoul is trying to make them permanent guests.
Aladdin and Abu are alerted by an old friend that the three people that they knew in the past have been changed into different species, and are wreaking havoc in the city. Aladdin knows that it's his job to stop them. However, Iago, Jasmine, and Genie have never heard of them, so Aladdin tells them about how he met them.
Now that everyone knows the story of the connection between the criminals and Aladdin and Abu, they go after them to put a stop to the chaos they have been creating.
Queen Hippsodeth has fallen in love with the Sultan of Agrabah, but King Pecter has fallen in love with her and so this deadly love triangle means trouble for the Sultan and Agrabah.
Aziz is back, and he's turned the Sultan, Jasmine, and the rest of Agrabah into slugs, while Aladdin and the rest of the gang are on vacation. Rasoul is the only one from the palace who's managed to escape, so he tags along when Aladdin goes out to stop Aziz. Aladdin and Rasoul must find a way to work together to finally beat Aziz without fighting each other in the process, as he has cast a spell on them, in which whenever they argue, chains connect them, that only go away once they settle the disagreement.
Aladdin is in charge of Agrabah while the Sultan, Jasmine, and Genie are away on a vacation. And it seems they've chosen a bad time to take a vacation, as Malcho has decided to receive vengeance upon Iago for defeating him.
Captain Murk is after a land-swimming shark that has jewels imbedded into its skin. Aladdin and company join him to aid him in obtaining his treasure. They are successful, and all is well. But capturing the land-swimming shark was Captain Murk’s life, so he feels he has nothing left to do.
Genie attains a genie-cold, which spells disaster for Agrabah. When genies receive a genie-cold, they cannot control their magic, and they perform accidental spells every time that they sneeze. Aladdin seeks an orb that will remove his cold, before he destroys all of Agrabah.
While shopping in the marketplace, Aladdin, Abu, and Iago become lost, which Aladdin finds odd, since he was raised there. After wandering around a bit, they run into a fortune-teller, who tells Aladdin his prophecy, and shows him an image of everyone hovering over Aaddin's body, which appears to be dead Aladdin is skeptical, but once all of the other prophecies come true, he begins to believe.
Prince Uncouthma travels from Odifferous for Jasmine, and Aladdin feels as though he has no reason to be jealous. But when Jasmine starts flirting with Prince Uncouthma to make Aladdin jealous, he begins to realize what he's has, and that he should cherish it forever.
Genie becomes the prey of an evil shaman, who wants Genie’s powers. To obtain them, he sends his koala bear-looking serfs, who use magic to imprison Genie, and then send him to their master. While in imprisonment, Genie learns that the serfs aren’t bad people, but are forced to do as their master wishes.
Aladdin comes across an ancient treasure chest that is filled with spices and a jeweled necklace. Aladdin believes that Jasmine would love the necklace, so he decides to take the necklace, and give it to her. She loves it, but it turns out to be the chamber in which Ayam Aghoul, the Duke of the Dead, is incarcerated in, and he is now released. After seeing Jasmine, he plans to marry her and take over Agrabah.
While purchasing a new product in the marketplace, time stops, and Iago is visited by Fashir, who tells him that he will awake an ancient fire monster, and that he is the one who must stop it. Iago doesn’t want this to happen, so he decides to leave Agrabah with Aladdin and company. When the prophecy comes true, he decides to blame his awakening on Genie.
A message meant for Aladdin about a buried treasure that was given to “Aladdin” (who’s really Iago impersonating Aladdin) is sidetracked by Genie, Iago, and Abu, who want to go after the treasure.
Jasmine gets kidnapped by Queen Hipposedeth and her amazons. Everyone else gets defeated leaving the Sultan as the only candidate as the person to rescue Jasmine.
A monster called the El Katib from Aladdin’s childhood that kidnapped many children in Agrabah, including Aladdin’s friend Amal, is back. Aladdin fears that Waheed may become kidnapped by the El Katib, so he tries to look after him, against Waheed’s will.
Mirage thinks that love is weak, but Fashir thinks that it is stronger than her evil, so she sells Jasmine some magic lotion that turns her into a snake. Aladdin loves her anyway, but can't touch her because he'll die, so he proves that love is stronger by turning into a snake with her. Mirage loses and Fashir turns them back into people.
Mozenrath hires Muktar, a kidnapper who uses his target’s weaknesses against them to capture them, to kidnap all of Genie’s friends, forcing Genie to surrender himself to Mozenrath if he wants his friends to live.
The Agrabian palace guards are trying in vain to get treasure shipments past a gang of Marauders, but somehow the bandits are always able to get the drop on them. Eventually, the representatives of the kingdom Agrabah is trying to transport the treasure to decide to call in the Riders of Remon to protect their interest. However, the Marauder leader is using a magic hourglass capable of temporarily freezing time to get the drop on whoever is in charge of protecting the treasure caravans.
Mozenrath gains the aid of The Book of Khartoum in obtaining more magical power. The Book of Khartoum instructs Mozenrath to attain more magical energy, so that they can turn him back into his human form, so he’ll no longer have to be trapped as a book. Mozenrath decides to use a genie’s magic, so he kidnaps Genie at the beach, who was waiting for Eden, as they were supposed to have a date that night. Eden learns of what has happened, and bombards through Mozenrath’s fortress to release Genie. She decides to sacrifice herself for Genie, but Mozenrath double crosses her, and decides to use them both for their magic.
While Aladdin and company were away on vacation, Mirage invaded Agrabah, and planted music box, that plays an irresistible lullaby, which makes all who listen to it struggle to stay awake. When Aladdin and company return, everyone is asleep, which is all a part of Mirage’s plan. She learns that Aladdin is back, and turns everyone who’s fallen asleep into warriors after Aladdin and company. Soon, Aladdin’s friends fall asleep, and attack Aladdin, leaving him the sole person in Agrabah who’s left to close the music box and stop Mirage’s takeover.
Mozenrath’s magical glove is destroying his body, so Mozenrath needs a replacement. He comes to the decision of using Aladdin’s body, and partly takes over Aladdin’s mind. There’s only room for one person in Aladdin’s body, so Aladdin must fight to make sure he’s the one who stays in his body.
Jasmine has been having strange dreams, in which she envisions the destruction of Agrabah. Jasmine is frightened by these visions, and tells the others of her dreams. They don’t believe her, and assure her that it was just a dream. They are forced to eat there words when a strange creature, called The Ethereal, comes to Agrabah, judging the city, and its citizens. She doesn’t like what she sees, and decides to destroy Agrabah. After Aladdin’s attempts to stop her box of destruction fails, Jasmine feels that it’s up to her to save her city.
Ayam Aghoul comes up with a new plan, in which he’ll use his shadow to steal the shadows of Aladdin, Jasmine, Genie, Abu, and Iago, so if they don’t receive their shadows back before sundown, they’ll have to join him in the Netherworld.
When Aladdin finds a trunk with three gems in it in a destroyed kingdom, he takes them back to Agrabah, only to find out that they were really three people (one sister, two brothers). Aladdin apologizes and they have a party, but the joy is short-lived when they find out the siblings are trying to take over Agrabah. Soon Aladdin learns of "The Great Rift," that appears every time the siblings fight. Now The Great Rift is destroying the town, just like it destroyed the sibling’s town. Can Aladdin stop the siblings from fighting?