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She was voiced by the late Eartha Kitt like in the finished project.
Yzma would have been the daughter of the royal mortician in the ancient Incan Empire. Growing up, she admired her father who, in secret, taught her magic and necromancy. Yzma grew into a powerful and beautiful sorceress who flaunted her looks and prided herself on her appearance. However, as she grew older, she became thinner and more wrinkled. Unable to accept aging, Yzma blamed the sun for destroying her skin and sapping away her youth.
Along with a trio of reanimated mummy henchmen named Mick, Bowie and Lemmy, Yzma set out to use her dark magic to not only gain control over the kingdom, but summon the evil Incan god of darkness Supai to block out or destroy the sun so she may live in a world of everlasting darkness where the sun cannot age her further.
Meanwhile, the selfish emperor of the land named Manco, meets a peasant named Pacha who looks exactly like him. The two decide to switch places to live in one anothers' shoes for a while, resulting in Manco falling in love with a llama herder and Pacha falling in love with Manco's fiancée. However, Yzma learns of the switch, Yzma turns Manco into a llama and blackmails Pacha by threatening to reveal who he really is if he does not comply with her orders. As Yzma controls the kingdom behind the scenes, Manco and his love interest arrive and use her magic to turn him back into a human.
Yzma summons Supai, who tries to block out the sun. However, Pacha is grated a magic lasso by the other gods, lassos the sun, and brings it down on Supai and presumably Yzma, destroying them.
- Despite Kingdom of the Sun never being made and its version of Yzma never being published, her deleted song "Snuff Out the Light" was featured on the film;s soundtrack as well as on the Disney-released album Disney Villains: Simply Sinister Songs.
- Yzma's plan to summon Supai to block out or destroy the sun so she cannot age further would have had no sense, as living in a world of everlasting darkness would mean that no one would be able to appreciate her beauty, let aside that the sun is not responsible for aging her, so she would continue to age anyway.