History Characters / Frozen

24th Apr '17 11:09:23 PM DuelMark
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[[folder:Snowgies]]

Tiny snow creatures Elsa accidentally created when she sneezes through out "Frozen Fever".
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* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Averted for Olaf, he's ecstatic to have little brothers and doesn't mind their chaos. Kristoff and Sven don't share his opinion.
* BigEater: They try to eat Anna's birthday cake, but settle for slices. Those slices are still bigger than them, but they have no trouble eating them.
* IconicSequelCharacter: Since their appearance in ''Frozen Fever'', they've been featured in numerous storybooks and the ''Lego Frozen Northern Lights'' short.
* RuleOfSymbolism: While Olaf represented Elsa's sisterly love for Anna and Marshmallow represented her desire for solitude, the Snowgies represent her more playful side.
* {{Snowlems}}: Par for the course while creatures created by Elsa's magic.
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* BecomingTheMask: In his final chapter of ''A Frozen Heart'', Hans questions if he ever really did come to care for Anna. He believes that maybe a small part of him did, but it wasn't enough to change his mind.
22nd Apr '17 10:19:26 AM DuelMark
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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: He tells Anna about how his brothers were terrible to him, but the book reveals they were much worse than just ignoring him. All but one of them were physically and emotionally abusive to him [[DisproportionateRetribution just for being the youngest]] and his father dismissed him as a nuisance. The only people who weren't cruel to him were his mother and the good brother Lars, but they were unable to stop the torment.
* AlmostKiss: An incredibly cruel example; dying from a curse, Anna believes TrueLovesKiss will save her, and tries to initiate one with Hans... only for him to pause and say "[[WhamLine Oh Anna... if only there was someone out there who loved you.]]"



* AlmostKiss: An incredibly cruel example; dying from a curse, Anna believes TrueLovesKiss will save her, and tries to initiate one with Hans... only for him to pause and say "[[WhamLine Oh Anna... if only there was someone out there who loved you.]]"
21st Apr '17 8:34:31 PM Njein
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* ClassicVillain: Represents Ambition. Knowing that he could never inherit a kingdom for his own, he intends to take over Arendelle by marrying into the Royal family, and then killing both sisters. Although he's not the direct cause of the movie's main conflict, it was his deceptions i.e. pretending to be Anna's Love Interest and causing her to argue with Elsa over their whimsical relationship that triggers the plot into such direction. He also shares a number of similarities to both Anna and Elsa: like Anna, he is estranged to his older siblings, and like Elsa, he conceals his true emotions. But while Anna wishes to reconcile with Elsa, Hans clearly doesn't - as he's willing to leave behind his family to get Arendelle. And while Elsa tries to control her emotions to stop herself from harming her loved ones, Hans hides his in order to manipulate others.



* EvilCannotComprehendGood: His reaction to Anna's HeroicSacrifice and resulting recovery from her frozen heart was one of confusion and bafflement.

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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: EvilCannotComprehendGood:
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His reaction to Anna's HeroicSacrifice and resulting recovery from her frozen heart was has left him confused and baffled.
** Additionally, the trolls entertain True Love's Kiss as being only
one of confusion the ways to save a frozen heart, but he clearly believes that "true tove" can only come from the love of a man and bafflement. a woman. He doesn't consider the love of siblings, though given his own relationship with his brothers and what Anna had told him about her relationship with Elsa, [[FreudianExcuse of course he wouldn't]].



* IWantThemAlive: Hans insists that Elsa be taken alive, though the Duke wasn't willing to comply. This is because ''Hans'' wants to deal with her himself once Elsa is brought to him.

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* IWantThemAlive: Hans insists that Elsa be taken alive, though the Duke wasn't willing to comply. This is because ''Hans'' ''he'' wants to deal with her himself once Elsa is brought to him.
20th Apr '17 8:50:12 AM creader
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* StrongFamilyResemblance: Anna has similar features to both of her parents, especially to her mother. Specifically, she has her mother's facial features but has her father's hair and eye colors.

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* StrongFamilyResemblance: Anna has similar features to both of her parents, especially to her mother. Specifically, she has her mother's facial features structures but has her father's hair and eye colors.
17th Apr '17 11:35:42 PM DuelMark
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* MeetCute: His meeting with Anna starts with her bumping into his horse and falling into a precariously placed rowboat. Hans's attempt to apologize to her leads to him falling on top of her in a very embarrassing position to be caught in.

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* MeetCute: His meeting with Anna starts with her bumping into his horse and falling into a precariously placed rowboat. Hans's attempt to apologize to her leads to him falling on top of her in a very embarrassing position to be caught in. ''A Frozen Heart'' reveals he had intentionally knocked into her, hoping she was Elsa and could engage this.
17th Apr '17 10:59:11 PM DuelMark
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* PetTheDog: In ''Across the Sea'', he's grateful to Elsa for using her power to help Vakretta's current heat problems.

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* PetTheDog: In ''Across the Sea'', he's grateful to Elsa for using her power to help Vakretta's current heat problems.wave and sees the sisters off as they leave.
17th Apr '17 8:51:58 PM DuelMark
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* EasilyForgiven: Downplayed. When he appears in ''Across the Sea'', it's clear Anna and Elsa are avoiding Weselton for his cactions in the film, but they are willing to be friendlier to him during their stay in Vakretta.

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* EasilyForgiven: Downplayed. When he appears in ''Across the Sea'', it's clear Anna and Elsa are avoiding Weselton for his cactions actions in the film, but they are willing to be friendlier to him during their stay in Vakretta.



* PetTheDog: In ''Across the Sea'', he's grateful to Elsa for using her power to help Vakretta's current heat problems.



* PetTheDog: In ''Across the Sea'', he's grateful to Elsa for using her power to help Vakretta's current heat problems.
17th Apr '17 8:50:31 PM DuelMark
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* EasilyForgiven: Downplayed. When he appears in ''Across the Sea'', it's clear Anna and Elsa are avoiding Weselton for his cactions in the film, but they are willing to be friendlier to him during their stay in Vakretta.


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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: The book "Across the Sea'' reveals he has family in Vakretta, a kingdom Anna and Elsa are visiting. He seems willing to be on friendlier terms with them for this.


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* PetTheDog: In ''Across the Sea'', he's grateful to Elsa for using her power to help Vakretta's current heat problems.
15th Apr '17 2:31:10 AM annette12
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* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: He's [[GoldDigger only in for Arendelle's throne]].
15th Apr '17 12:02:14 AM DuelMark
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* CelibateHeroine: Not clear if it's a direct result of her not wanting to get close to anyone out of fear of hurting them, or if she's [[{{Asexuality}} asexual]], or if it's something else entirely, but regardless of the reason, Elsa never shows romantic interest in anyone. When Hans was [[JustBetweenYouAndMe explaining his plans]] to Anna, he noted that his original plan to take the throne of Arendelle was simply to woo and marry Elsa, but he had to abandon that plan since "nobody was getting anywhere with her".

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* CelibateHeroine: Not clear if it's a direct result of her not wanting to get close to anyone out of fear of hurting them, or if she's [[{{Asexuality}} asexual]], or if it's something else entirely, but regardless of the reason, Elsa never shows romantic interest in anyone. When Hans was [[JustBetweenYouAndMe explaining his plans]] to Anna, he noted that his original plan to take the throne of Arendelle was simply to woo and marry Elsa, but he had to abandon that plan since "nobody was getting anywhere with her". The book ''The Secret Admirer'' shows that while she's flattered that someone has feelings for her and is curious who they are, she's not as curious as Anna or Olaf, who essentially look through every possible man or woman it could be. This suggests she is asexual, but not necessarily against the idea.


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* UsedToBeASweetKid: While the canonicity of ''A Frozen Heart'' is ambiguous, it shows that Hans used to be a boy who simply wanted to be loved by his father and hated his family's cruelty. When word got out about the deaths of Arendelle's king and queen, he's sympathetic to their people and daughter Elsa. He doesn't automatically decide to go and woo their daughter, rather Lars suggests Hans should marry Elsa [[ShipperWithAnAgenda so Hans can find love and leave the Southern Isles]]. Hans accepts the idea, but there is still no sign of the man Elsa and Anna met, only figuring he has nothing to lose. He would think about what Elsa would look and be like, wondering if she might actually love him. He spends a few years doing "favors" for his father so that he could go to Arendelle for her coronation, which led to becoming what he's seen as in the film.
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