History Characters / Brave

5th Oct '17 2:15:05 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* BadassPrincess: "A princess does not put her weapons on the table."


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* WarriorPrincess: One of Elinor's princess lessons to Merida is "A lady does not put her weapons on the table."
24th Sep '17 7:02:39 PM creader
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* OverprotectiveMom: During the prologue, Elinor was visibly worried when a Little!Merida was using the bow for the first time.
19th Sep '17 8:13:39 PM DustSnitch
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* TheVoiceless: Besides some laughter, the three never speak.
13th Sep '17 4:37:23 PM nombretomado
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** [=MacGuffin=] and Macintosh are most likely puns on the term MacGuffin (a plot device) and AppleMacintosh (Pixar's computer of choice).

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** [=MacGuffin=] and Macintosh are most likely puns on the term MacGuffin (a plot device) and AppleMacintosh UsefulNotes/AppleMacintosh (Pixar's computer of choice).
8th Sep '17 12:54:39 AM Occidensill
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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: ''WebVideo/CinemaSins'' calls Angus out for being a "dog horse" when it rolls around in the grass with all four legs up, which is something horses actually do.
15th Aug '17 9:38:18 PM NOYB
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* DumbBlonde: The suitor with bleach blond hair is the one that's not all there.

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* DumbBlonde: DumbBlond: The suitor with bleach blond hair is the one that's not all there.
15th Aug '17 9:36:13 PM NOYB
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* BigThinShortTrio: Like fathers, like sons this is here to make each distinct.

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* BigThinShortTrio: Like fathers, fathers like sons sons, this is here to make each distinct.



* OlderThanTheyLook: Hard to believe, but it's implied in the film, and confirmed in supplementary material, that [[spoiler: she's the one who sold Mor'du the spell that turned him into a bear, and that happened so long ago the kingdom he ruled is only known in legend. She was still an old woman -- or in the shape of an old woman -- then.]]

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* OlderThanTheyLook: Hard to believe, but it's implied in the film, and confirmed in supplementary material, that [[spoiler: she's the one who sold Mor'du the spell that turned him into a bear, and that happened so long ago the kingdom he ruled is only known in legend. She was still already an old woman -- or in the shape of an old woman -- then.]]
15th Aug '17 9:03:57 PM NOYB
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A Witch (also referred to as a Wise Woman, and while you're here she ''personally'' prefers the title "Woodcarver") who Merida seeks out when she wishes to change her fate. She seems a little batty -- alright, way more than a little -- but there's no denying she's got magical chops. Though she considers carving wood to be her true calling, she'll still whip up a spell for a customer... at the right price.

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A Witch (also referred to as a Wise Woman, and while you're here she ''personally'' prefers the title "Woodcarver") who whom Merida seeks out when she wishes to change her fate. She seems a little batty -- alright, way more than a little -- but there's no denying she's got magical chops. Though she considers carving wood to be her true calling, she'll still whip up a spell for a customer... at the right price.
9th Aug '17 5:27:54 AM rufusluciusivan
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* IHatePastMe: Implied. Noticed the sculpture representing [[spoiler:him and his brothers in the ruins of his castle?]] The part [[spoiler:representing his three brothers is still relatively intact, while the part representing him has been covered by slashes he made with his claws.]]
29th Jul '17 9:33:51 PM karategal
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[[spoiler''':As a bear Voiced by''': Frank Welker]]

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[[spoiler''':As [[spoiler: '''As a bear Voiced by''': Frank Welker]]



* HiddenDepths: Elinor is the strict, controlling, OnlySaneWoman of her family...she also has a strong belief in magic.

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* HiddenDepths: Elinor is the strict, controlling, OnlySaneWoman of her family... But she also has a strong belief in magic.



* RequisiteRoyalRegalia: Her coronet; when she stops regarding it as requisite [[spoiler:It's a sign she's losing herself to her bear-like mentality.]]
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: In the opening meal scene she is receiving letters of many sorts, thus implying she is the one handling matters of state.

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* RequisiteRoyalRegalia: Her coronet; when coronet. When she stops regarding it as requisite [[spoiler:It's requisite, [[spoiler:it's a sign she's losing herself to her bear-like mentality.]]
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: In the opening meal scene scene, she is receiving letters of many sorts, thus implying she is the one handling matters of state.



* UglyGuyHotWife: Provides the page image with Fergus -- She has preserved her looks and her figure quite well for a greying mother of four (including triplets!). But he... remains strong and in excellent condition. Justified as theirs was an arranged marriage, but it seemed to [[PerfectlyArrangedMarriage work out okay]] (and, considering how young Merida is expected to marry, it isn't impossible that Elinor is only in her thirties).
* TheUnintelligible: [[spoiler:As a bear she can't speak human.]]

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* UglyGuyHotWife: Provides the page image with Fergus -- She she has preserved her looks and her figure quite well for a greying mother of four (including triplets!). But he... remains strong and in excellent condition. Justified as theirs was an arranged marriage, but it seemed to [[PerfectlyArrangedMarriage work out okay]] (and, considering how young Merida is expected to marry, it isn't impossible that Elinor is only in her thirties).
* TheUnintelligible: [[spoiler:As a bear bear, she can't speak human.]]



* WomenAreWiser: {{Deconstructed|Trope}}. Although Elinor is obviously a better administrator than her husband, the central conflict of the story is she's too obstinate to see the world from her daughter's point of view. Fergus, on the other hand, may have understood that this was the real problem and was attempting to get Elinor to recognize that when he pretended to be Merida. In other words, she's wiser in some ways than her husband but not in others as is more likely in real life.

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* WomenAreWiser: {{Deconstructed|Trope}}. Although Elinor is obviously a better administrator than her husband, the central conflict of the story is she's too obstinate to see the world from her daughter's point of view. Fergus, on the other hand, may have understood that this was the real problem and was attempting to get Elinor to recognize that when he pretended to be Merida. In other words, she's wiser in some ways than her husband but not in others others, as is more likely in real life.



* CrazyJealousGuy: {{Downplayed}}. He doesn't go "crazy", but he becomes extremely annoyed when the three Lords [[spoiler:stare at a naked Elinor, whose only clothed by the tapestry.]]

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* CrazyJealousGuy: {{Downplayed}}. He doesn't go "crazy", but he becomes extremely annoyed when the three Lords [[spoiler:stare at a naked Elinor, whose who's only clothed by the tapestry.]]



* PapaWolf: He is a loving husband and father who would fiercely protect his wife Elinor and their four children from any danger. However, this almost has some serious consequences when he goes [[spoiler:after a bear because he thinks the bear has killed Elinor]] and is now attacking their daughter, Merida. [[spoiler:The bear actually is Elinor, who has lost control of her bear form and has lapsed into wild behavior, but Fergus is mad with grief and refuses to listen to Merida's (admittedly crazy-sounding) explanation.]]

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* PapaWolf: He is a loving husband and father who would fiercely protect his wife Elinor and their four children from any danger. However, this almost has some serious consequences when he goes [[spoiler:after a bear because he thinks the bear has killed Elinor]] and is now attacking their daughter, Merida. [[spoiler:The bear actually is Elinor, who has lost control of her bear form and has lapsed into wild behavior, but Fergus is mad with grief and refuses to listen to Merida's (admittedly crazy-sounding) explanation.]]



Identical triplet princes Harris, Hubert and Hamish are adorable, redheaded, and always ready to stir up a bit of mischief, especially if sweets are at stake.

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Identical triplet princes Harris, Hubert Hubert, and Hamish are adorable, redheaded, and always ready to stir up a bit of mischief, especially if sweets are at stake.



* AlliterativeFamily: Harris, Hubert and Hamish.

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* AlliterativeFamily: Harris, Hubert Hubert, and Hamish.



* {{The Prankster}}s: The boys love to mess around the castle, Maudie,and even their own father.

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* {{The Prankster}}s: The boys love to mess around the castle, Maudie,and Maudie, and even their own father.
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