History Characters / Frozen

28th May '16 5:49:50 PM Scorntex
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* {{Adorkable}}: She is not exactly the royal type of person, is she?

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* {{Adorkable}}: {{Adorkable}}:
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She is not exactly the royal type of person, is she?she?
** Her dancing even more so. Given everything before that point has shown Anna to be ''extremely'' energetic, you'd expect her dancing to be the same. Not so. She just sort of jigs in place in a very restrained fashion.


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* AndThereWasMuchRejoicing: When Anna finally gets a chance to pay him back for what he did, in the form of punching him over the side of a ship, the ambassadors watching from the castle balcony applaud and cheer.


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* DramaQueen: He's prone to overreacting to everything, like claiming Elsa tried to kill him, when all she did was generate some ice in his direction, what with her powers being out of control, something Hans calls him out on. At the very end of the film he even tries claiming he's suffering from trauma after everything he went through.
16th May '16 4:27:52 PM Quanyails
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** "Here I'll stand, and here I'll stay" from ''Let It Go'' is a boast to the world that it won't be making any more demands of her identity.

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** "Here I'll stand, and here I'll stay" from ''Let "Let It Go'' Go" is a boast to the world that it won't be making any more demands of her identity.
15th May '16 9:06:17 PM BURGINABC
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* AnachronismStew: Apparently, they were sailing to [[Disney/{{Tangled}} Rapunzel and Flynn's]] wedding, and they eventually became the parents of ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}''. Both happening within ''Frozen'''s timeframe is impossible.
15th May '16 12:44:15 AM Kytseo
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* AnachronismStew: Apparently, they were sailing to [[Disney/{{Tangled}} Rapunzel and Flynn's]] wedding, and they eventually became the parents of ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}''. Both happening within ''Frozen'''s timeframe is impossible.
10th May '16 5:37:10 PM creader
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[[folder:Oaken]]
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->'''Voiced by:''' Chris Williams

The owner of Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna. Like Kristoff, his business was changed into taking advantage of the new weather once it was changed by Elsa's magic.

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[[caption-width-right:245: "Hoohoo! Big summer blowout!"]]

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->'''Voiced by:''' Chris Williams

The owner of Wandering Oaken's Trading Post
Creator/MauriceLaMarche (King Agdar), Jennifer Lee (Queen Idun)

Elsa
and Sauna. Like Kristoff, his business was changed into taking advantage of the new weather once it was changed by Elsa's magic.Anna's parents.



* AmbiguouslyGay: Beside his soft and somewhat effeminate personality, his family in the sauna notably consists of a young man and four children. However, it isn't clear if the young man is his partner or a different relative (such as a younger brother or cousin).
* ApologeticAttacker: Sort of. After he throws Kristoff out for calling him a "crook," Oaken immediately apologizes -- to Anna, because she had to witness him committing an act of violence in his store.
* BerserkButton: He doesn't like being called a crook. What makes it funnier is that he's still nice about it. He's less angry than he is ''hurt'' when he stands up.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: "''Vhat'' did you call me?" ''[cuts to Oaken hauling Kristoff to the front porch and throwing him into the snow]''
* BigBeautifulMan: Oaken is a big man and quite a cutie.
* CatchPhrase: "HOO-hoo!"
* CreatorCameo: He's voiced by Disney director and writer Chris Williams.
* FunnyForeigner: He has a thick Swedish accent, and some very stereotypical mannerisms.
* GentleGiant: He's sweet and pleasant for the most part, but when Kristoff makes the mistake of calling him a crook, he gets up out of his chair... revealing himself to be ''massive'', utterly towering over Kristoff (who himself is a pretty big, muscular guy). He then bodily throws Kristoff out with no effort whatsoever.
* HonestJohnsDealership: He tries to demand more money from Kristoff than Kristoff has in his pockets, and tries to justify his outrageous price gouging as a supply-and-demand problem. It's no wonder Kristoff [[BerserkButton calls him a "crook".]]
* InnocentBlueEyes: To show his pure and sweet nature.
* LargeAndInCharge: Is thrice bigger and larger than his family and is the one who runs the FamilyBusiness.
* NiceGuy: See GentleGiant. [[BerserkButton Just don't call him a crook]].
* NiceHat: Which totally matches his sweater.
* NoHeroDiscount: Doesn't matter how his business is doing, Kristoff has to pay for those carrots, the axe, and the rope. In fact, he jacked up the prices of his winter gear quite outrageously due to "supply and demand". This is despite outright stating that ''nobody'' was out in the blizzard except Anna and Kristoff and knowing full well that anyone who needed the ice pick and rope probably wouldn't survive without them.
* StoutStrength: He effortlessly throws Kristoff out of his house when his BerserkButton was pushed.
* TranquilFury: He eighty-sixes Kristoff without losing his happy persona at all; however, he is by no means a StepfordSmiler, as his smile briefly fades after Kristoff makes the mistake of calling him a crook.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: Beside his soft and somewhat effeminate personality, his family in the sauna notably consists of a young man and four children. However, it isn't clear if the young man is his partner or a different relative (such as a younger brother or cousin).
* ApologeticAttacker: Sort of. After he throws Kristoff out for calling him a "crook," Oaken immediately apologizes -- to Anna, because she had to witness him committing an act of violence in his store.
* BerserkButton: He doesn't like being called a crook. What makes it funnier is that he's still nice about it. He's less angry than he is ''hurt'' when he stands up.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: "''Vhat'' did you call me?" ''[cuts to Oaken hauling Kristoff to the front porch and throwing him into the snow]''
* BigBeautifulMan: Oaken is a big man and quite a cutie.
* CatchPhrase: "HOO-hoo!"
* CreatorCameo: He's Idun is voiced by Disney director Jennifer Lee, one of the co-directors of the film.
* GoodParents: While they were alive, they make some mistakes, but they truly care about their daughters
and writer Chris Williams.
want to help Elsa control her powers.
* FunnyForeigner: He GracefulLadiesLikePurple: Idun's PimpedOutDress is dark violet, just like Elsa's coronation dress.
* HeroicBuild: Agdar
has a thick Swedish accent, broad, muscular body; even though the outcome of his methods of teaching Elsa to control her powers wasn't exactly right, his intentions were noble and some very stereotypical mannerisms.
out of love.
* GentleGiant: He's sweet MeaningfulName:
** "Agdar" is a male form of Agða, a short form of Agatha, meaning 'good, honorable.' Agdar is a popular name in Norway. The name Agdar means 'brave warrior' in Norse
and pleasant for from Greek agathos meaning 'good'. All of which reflect his noble intentions towards his daughters.
** "Idun" can be anglicized as Ithunn, or Idunn/Idun. Iðunn means 'youthful, a nod to her [[MumLooksLikeASister youthful appearance.]]
* MumLooksLikeASister: Idun looks exactly like 21-year-old Elsa.
* NamedAfterSomebodyFamous: Idun was the name of a goddess in Norse mythology from one of [[http://norse-mythology.org/tales/the-kidnapping-of-idun/
the most part, but when Kristoff makes well-known myths]].
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: While their insistence that Elsa isolate herself and hide her powers was well-meaning,
the mistake of calling him a crook, he gets up reason her powers got so out of his chair... revealing himself to be ''massive'', utterly towering over Kristoff (who himself is a pretty big, muscular guy). He then bodily throws Kristoff out with no effort whatsoever.
* HonestJohnsDealership: He tries to demand more money from Kristoff than Kristoff has in his pockets, and tries to justify his outrageous price gouging
control as a supply-and-demand problem. she grew older was ''because'' of the isolation. It's no wonder Kristoff [[BerserkButton calls him a "crook".]]
* InnocentBlueEyes: To show his pure
only once she opens up and sweet nature.
* LargeAndInCharge: Is thrice bigger
accepts the love and larger than his affection of her friends and family and is that she regains the one who runs the FamilyBusiness.
* NiceGuy: See GentleGiant. [[BerserkButton Just
level of control over her powers that she had as a child. Many fans have interpreted this as AnAesop: When you have kids, don't call him make them feel ashamed or afraid of who they are, even if society may frown upon them. It will not end well.
* NicePerson: In spite of their ''huge'' mistake on how they handled Elsa's powers, they both prove to be loving and well meaning people.
* NotQuiteTheRightThing: After Elsa accidentally injures her sister, her parents conclude that the best thing to do is to keep her away from the world and make her fear her powers. However, this just causes her to build up
a crook]].
lot of emotional issues when the actual secret to controlling herself requires her to ''embrace'' her emotions and love for others, which is more like what she was already doing. Not only was this exactly the wrong way to help Elsa, but it both took away Anna's friendship with her sister and prevented her from making friends with anyone else, leaving her desperately craving affection. The moment she gets out and meets someone, she rushes into the first relationship that presents itself.
* NiceHat: Which OlderThanTheyLook: Both of them could be maintained in their early 30s or mid 20s, even though they have two daughters, and on closer look, Idun appears to be a recolored version of Elsa's coronation appearance. It's totally matches {{Justified}}: ''Frozen'' takes place in a time period when people married and had children much earlier than they do today, and especially royalty trying to preserve the family line.
* OneHeadTaller: King Agdar is [[http://static3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140109043557/disney/images/e/e1/Frozenkingandqueen.jpg this to
his sweater.
wife.]]
* NoHeroDiscount: Doesn't matter how his business is doing, Kristoff has to pay for those carrots, the axe, and the rope. In fact, he jacked up the prices of his winter gear quite outrageously due to "supply and demand". This is despite outright stating that ''nobody'' was out in the blizzard except Anna and Kristoff and knowing full well that anyone who needed the ice pick and rope probably wouldn't survive ParentsAsPeople: Though they are very loving, without meaning to, they contribute to Elsa's problem. They teach her to fear her powers instead of trying to control them, and to bottle up her emotions rather than confront them.
* StoutStrength: He effortlessly throws Kristoff out {{Plot Triggering Death}}s: Their deaths at the beginning of his house when his BerserkButton the film are why Elsa has to become Queen at the young age of 21, kicking off the plot.
* PrimAndProperBun: Queen Idun's hair is styled like this, in the same way that Elsa wears her hair to the coronation in.
* SatelliteCharacter: Queen Idun only has one line, and she is shown to be supportive of her husband's decisions regarding their children.
* SharpDressedMan: Agdar certainly looks the part of a king.
* ShownTheirWork: Their graves are written in Runic alphabet, and so their names were revealed as King Agdar and Queen Idun.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: Idun looks almost identical to Elsa, with a darker hair.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: They have good intentions, but isolating Elsa (and Anna) from the rest of the world for so many years causes the plot to kick off.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: They die within the first ten minutes of the film, just like [[RecurringElement most parents in Disney films]].
* {{Well Intentioned Extremist}}s: Their plans to help protect people from Elsa are extreme by any standard but it
was pushed.
* TranquilFury: He eighty-sixes Kristoff without losing his happy persona at all; however, he is by no means a StepfordSmiler, as his smile briefly fades after Kristoff makes
the mistake only way they knew to keep everyone safe.
* YouthfulFreckles: While not a child or teenager anymore, Idun has them. She is in her twenties, which is only a little older than Elsa is during the whole...eternal winter thing, so she is only a little above the age range. (If one looks, in some
of calling him a crook.her scenes, Idun basically bears the same physical appearance that Elsa has at the coronation party, only with brunette hair instead of platinum blonde hair).



[[folder:Marshmallow]]
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[[caption-width-right:320:"DON'T COME '''BAAAAAAAAACK'''!"]]

->'''Voiced by:''' Paul Briggs

A large snow golem created by Elsa to keep people out of her castle.

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by:''' Paul Briggs

A large snow golem created by Elsa to keep people out of her castle.
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'''Bulda Voiced by:''' Maia Wilson\\
'''Baby Troll Voiced by:''' Annie Lopez\\
'''Gothi the Troll Priest Voiced by:''' Jack Whitehall

Boulder-like magical creatures who helped the king and queen save Anna from Elsa's magic when the sisters were children. Also Kristoff's adoptive family.



* AntiVillain: All he wants to do is make sure that both he and Elsa are left alone. However, he is a little '''too''' protective of Elsa for his own good.
* BigLittleBrother: Marshmallow was built by Elsa after she created Olaf; while the latter is small and friendly, the former is huge and intimidating. So, Marshmallow is technically Olaf's "baby" brother. This is more obvious in early concept art that originally envisioned Marshmallow as looking like Olaf if Olaf were about twenty times larger than he actually is, with giant tree trunks for arms.
* {{Bouncer}}: It's his job to keep people out of Elsa's castle.
* BrickJoke: Remember that tiara Elsa threw away in "Let It Go"? Well, after the credits are over, Marshmallow is revealed to have survived his fall into the chasm. He finds it lying on the floor of the castle and puts it on, smiling to himself.
* CainAndAbel: Since he doesn't hesitate on striking his "brother" Olaf...Ironically, he's also the "good son" of the pair because he's doing exactly what his "mother" told him to do.
* CreatorCameo: Marshmallow is voiced by Paul Briggs, who was the head of storywriting.
* DisneyVillainDeath: Falls into a chasm after Hans cuts his leg off. TheStinger [[DisneyDeath reveals that he survived]].
* DubNameChange: The Spanish dub renamed him ''Merengue'' because marshmallows are not very well known in Spain.
* EvilCounterpart: A larger, more dangerous version of Olaf. This was more explicit in early designs, where Marshmallow was essentially Olaf, but bigger and more menacing looking, with giant ''tree trunks'' for arms.
* FluffyTheTerrible: You wouldn't expect a massive Snowlem to be named ''Marshmallow''.
* GoneHorriblyRight: He takes his duty to protect Elsa ''too'' seriously, given how viciously he chased after Anna and her companions even after they were leaving, something that Elsa wouldn't have wanted. Although this might have been because Anna provoked him by throwing a snowball at him (as he seemed perfectly content to just walk away after tossing them out), and even then, he didn't physically harm Anna directly after pulling her back up from the cliff.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: When he's about to attack, they shine.
* HealingFactor: Implied, since he survived getting his leg cut off and falling into a gorge. Being made of snow in a snow mountain helps.
* HiddenInPlainSight: Hides by the staircase leading to the ice palace disguised as a pile of snow; he reveals himself when Hans and the search party arrive looking for Anna.
* MightyGlacier: He's very big and strong, but lacks quick reflexes. A literal example too, as he's made of ice and snow.
* MookPromotion: He crowns himself the new ruler of Elsa's ice kingdom in the end.
* MyMasterRightOrWrong: Merely does what Elsa wants him to do.
* NonMaliciousMonster: Since his only purpose is to keep people out of Elsa's palace, he's pretty content with just yelling at them or scaring them away (making him more like a bouncer than a hitman). The only time he actively chases or threatens people is when they provoke him (Anna tossing the snowball and Hans's men shooting him).
* TheNoseless: Unlike Olaf, it's permanent.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Or rather, only given a name by an offhand comment.
* OneManArmy: He's big, he's strong, and he kicks lots of ass! He took the whole Kingdom by himself.
* OneWingedAngel: Marshmallow grows icicle fangs, claws, and spikes when Hans and his men arrive. Earlier, there's a [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] example when he pursues Kristoff, Anna, and Olaf; it's easy to assume that the number of claws, fangs, and spikes he grows depends on how much of a threat his opponents are. In other words, Marshmallow doesn't grow his claws, fangs, or spikes while chasing those three because Kristoff and Anna are not armed, whereas Hans and his search team were armed with swords and crossbows.
* PoisonousFriend: He's overprotective of Elsa for this reason.
%%* RatedMForManly
* RuleOfSymbolism: While Olaf represents the love Elsa and Anna have, Marshmallow can be interpreted as representing how Elsa wishes to be alone; he's pretty adamant that other people should "GO AWAY!" TheStinger, while intended for humor, takes this further by having Marshmallow smile for the first time...because he's completely alone and is living in Elsa's isolated ice palace.
* {{Snowlem}}: Of the dangerous variety.
* SuperPersistentPredator: His only purpose is to keep people out of Elsa's castle, but he chases Anna off a cliff just for throwing a snowball at him.
* SuperStrength: Comes with being so big.
* SpikesOfVillainy: Made of icicles!
* TakingYouWithMe: When Hans cuts off Marshmallow's leg, Marshmallow tries to grab at Hans and pull him into the chasm as well.
* TopHeavyGuy: His arms and torso are massive compared to his legs.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Elsa, and he'll pursue his job with single-minded zeal, as seen when he chased Anna off cliff.
* TheUsurper: PlayedForLaughs. Played with as well, because he finds the tiara Elsa had tossed away in "Let it Go". And he then "crowns" himself "king" of Elsa's palace... the palace she created in the same song, and not the actual kingdom.
* UpgradeVsPrototypeFight: Olaf being alive was a surprise to Elsa. Marshmallow was deliberate after Elsa learned about Olaf, and much more powerful. They [[CurbStompBattle have a one sided fight]] while the heroes are trying to escape.
* WhenSheSmiles: In the post-credits scene, he picks up Elsa's old tiara and grins so brightly that he loses his SpikesOfVillainy. Also shows up in the storybook, "An Amazing Snowman", where he's initially alone but ends up smiling with his brother Olaf, and later with the rest of his family.

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* AntiVillain: All he wants AdaptationalHeroism: Originally they were evil and selfish. Here, they may be meddlesome, but they're also kind and always willing to do is make sure help.
* AllThereInTheManual: ''Frozen: The Essential Guide'' says
that both he they turn to rocks during the day, although this is never seen in the movie.
* AllTrollsAreDifferent: They look like moss-covered boulders when sleeping/hiding,
and Elsa are left alone. However, he is very friendly towards humans, hence why they accept Kristoff as a little '''too''' protective family member.
* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: To Kristoff by listing all
of Elsa for his own good.
flaws. They're actually an entire amazingly embarrassing ''family'' Of trolls.
* BigLittleBrother: Marshmallow was built AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Some of the Troll kids behave like this towards Kristoff such as the one who says he "only likes to tinkle in the woods" (but they love him anyway).
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: They wear moss as clothing but nothing on their feet.
%%* BigBrotherWorship: The younger trolls show this towards Kristoff.
* BrutalHonesty: Pabbie when he tells and shows a ''child'' what will happen if she doesn't control her powers. One of the things he shows her is presumbably ''being killed
by Elsa an angry mob''.
%%* TheChiefsDaughter: Bulda is the daughter of [[TheLeader Pabbie]].
* CrowdSong: "Fixer Upper", which has every other line sung by a different troll in the group.
* CutenessProximity: Bulda decides to adopt Kristoff and Sven because they were "cuties".
* DeusExMachina: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] by the king to save Anna in the prologue, taking her to them
after finding an old legend.
* ExactWords: ''Both'' sets of advice handed down by Pabbie get taken for their worth at face value. The former leads to Elsa's repression (it wasn't the ''people's'' fear
she created Olaf; needed to worry about, it was ''her own fear'') while the latter is small was too open to interpretation and friendly, the former is huge and intimidating. So, Marshmallow is technically Olaf's "baby" brother. This is more obvious in early concept art starts an assumption by his fellow Trolls that originally envisioned Marshmallow as looking like Olaf if Olaf were about twenty times larger than he actually is, with giant tree trunks for arms.
* {{Bouncer}}: It's his job
Anna takes to keep people out heart.
* {{Expy}}: The trolls are based off
of Elsa's castle.
"The Robbers" from ''The Snow Queen''.
* BrickJoke: Remember TheFairFolk: Averted. They never act malicious towards humans.
* FinishingEachOthersSentences: Mainly in their song where none of them finish a line
that tiara Elsa threw away in "Let It Go"? Well, after the credits are over, Marshmallow is revealed to have survived his fall into the chasm. He finds it lying on the floor of the castle and puts it on, smiling to himself.
* CainAndAbel: Since he doesn't hesitate on striking his "brother" Olaf...Ironically, he's also the "good son" of the pair because he's doing exactly what his "mother" told him to do.
they start.
* CreatorCameo: Marshmallow is voiced by Paul Briggs, who was the head of storywriting.
* DisneyVillainDeath: Falls into a chasm after Hans cuts his leg off. TheStinger [[DisneyDeath reveals that he survived]].
* DubNameChange: The Spanish dub renamed him ''Merengue'' because marshmallows are not very well known in Spain.
* EvilCounterpart: A larger, more dangerous version of Olaf. This was more explicit in early designs, where Marshmallow was essentially Olaf, but bigger
HappilyMarried: Bulda and more menacing looking, with giant ''tree trunks'' for arms.
* FluffyTheTerrible: You wouldn't expect a massive Snowlem to be named ''Marshmallow''.
* GoneHorriblyRight: He takes his duty to protect Elsa ''too'' seriously, given how viciously he chased after Anna and her companions
Cliff, Kristoff's adoptive parents. They even after give Kristoff and who they were leaving, something that Elsa wouldn't have wanted. Although this might have been because Anna provoked him by throwing a snowball at him (as he seemed perfectly content think is his girlfriend advice on how to just walk away after tossing them out), and even then, he didn't physically harm Anna directly after pulling her back up from the cliff.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: When he's about to attack, they shine.
make a happy marriage.
* HealingFactor: Implied, since he survived getting his leg cut off and falling into a gorge. Being made of snow in a snow mountain helps.
* HiddenInPlainSight: Hides by the staircase leading to the ice palace disguised They appear as a pile of snow; he reveals himself rocks when Hans they aren't active. Hilariously, when Kristoff tries to introduce them to Anna and Olaf, the search party arrive looking for Anna.
* MightyGlacier: He's very big and strong, but lacks quick reflexes. A literal example too, as
latter two momentarily believe he's made of ice insane.
* ImTakingHerHomeWithMe: Bulda adopts Kristoff
and snow.
Sven as soon as she meets them, simply because they're cute.
* MookPromotion: He crowns himself TheLeader: Pabbie is the new ruler leader of Elsa's ice kingdom in the end.
trolls.
* MyMasterRightOrWrong: Merely does what Elsa wants him to do.
* NonMaliciousMonster: Since his only purpose
{{Love Freak}}s: Their song "Fixer Upper" which is to keep people out of Elsa's palace, he's pretty content with just yelling at them or scaring them away (making him more like a bouncer than a hitman). The only time he actively chases or threatens people is when they provoke him (Anna tossing all about the snowball and Hans's men shooting him).
* TheNoseless: Unlike Olaf, it's permanent.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Or rather, only given a name by an offhand comment.
* OneManArmy: He's big, he's strong, and he kicks lots
virtues of ass! He took the whole Kingdom by himself.love.
%%* MyBelovedSmother: Bulda, Kristoff's adoptive mother.
* OneWingedAngel: Marshmallow grows icicle fangs, claws, and spikes when Hans and his men arrive. Earlier, there's a [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] example when he pursues Kristoff, Anna, and Olaf; NiceJobBreakingItHero: Pabbie removes Anna's memories of Elsa's magic under the vague assurance that it's easy to assume that for the number best, then shows Elsa graphic depictions of claws, fangs, and spikes he grows depends on how much of a threat his opponents are. In other words, Marshmallow what will happen if she doesn't grow his claws, fangs, or spikes while chasing those three because Kristoff and Anna are not armed, whereas Hans and his search team were armed with swords and crossbows.
* PoisonousFriend: He's overprotective of Elsa for this reason.
%%* RatedMForManly
* RuleOfSymbolism: While Olaf represents the love Elsa and Anna have, Marshmallow can be interpreted as representing
learn to control her powers -- but never tells her how Elsa wishes to be alone; he's pretty adamant that other people she should "GO AWAY!" TheStinger, while intended for humor, takes go about doing so. Both of these actions prove to be disastrous.
* OnlySaneMan: Pabbie is
this further by having Marshmallow smile for the first time...because he's completely alone the only one not involved in "Fixer Upper".
* ParentalSubstitute: Specifically, Cliff
and is living in Bulda are this to Kristoff and Sven because they adopted the pair.
* PinkGirlBlueBoy: The female trolls wear pink or red crystal necklaces, while male trolls wear blue or green crystal necklaces. Pabbie's the only one to wear a yellow crystal necklace, which could signify his role as the leader of the trolls.
* PoorCommunicationKills: A lot of trouble could have been avoided if they had been a ''little'' more clear. Their proclamation that fear will be
Elsa's isolated ice palace.
* {{Snowlem}}: Of
greatest enemy was accompanied by a representation of what looked like angry townspeople attacking her (an honest concern), even though they meant her fear rather than the dangerous variety.
* SuperPersistentPredator: His only purpose is to keep people
people's (which turned out of Elsa's castle, but he chases Anna off a cliff just for throwing a snowball at him.
* SuperStrength: Comes with being so big.
* SpikesOfVillainy: Made of icicles!
* TakingYouWithMe: When Hans cuts off Marshmallow's leg, Marshmallow tries
to grab at Hans be even more dangerous).
* PowerOfLove: They firmly believe in this. Bulda says it is "powerful
and pull him into strange".
* PunnyName: Most of their names reference
the chasm as well.
* TopHeavyGuy: His arms and torso
fact they are massive compared to his legs.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Elsa, and he'll pursue his job with single-minded zeal, as seen when he chased Anna off cliff.
* TheUsurper: PlayedForLaughs. Played with as well, because he finds the tiara Elsa had tossed away in "Let it Go". And he then "crowns" himself "king" of Elsa's palace... the palace she created
rocks. In fact, Clay's name was [[DubNameChange changed in the same song, Swedish dub]] to Sten -- literally "Stone", and not a real name in Swedish.
* ScoutOut: The troll child that earned his fire crystal is called a "Troll Scout Kid" in
the actual kingdom.
script. Evidently, crystals are stand-ins for badges.
* UpgradeVsPrototypeFight: Olaf being alive was a surprise to Elsa. Marshmallow was deliberate after Elsa learned about Olaf, ShipperOnDeck: Ship Anna and much more powerful. Kristoff quite gleefully. It's the root point of "Fixer Upper".
* SirNotAppearingInThisTrailer:
They [[CurbStompBattle have a one sided fight]] while are not in any adverts, especially before the heroes are trying to escape.
* WhenSheSmiles: In the post-credits scene, he picks up Elsa's old tiara and grins so brightly that he loses his SpikesOfVillainy. Also shows
movie came out, despite showing up in the storybook, "An Amazing Snowman", where he's initially alone but ends up smiling film's prologue in a fairly important role. For a while, the only clip was of two of them dancing with his brother Olaf, and though later with adverts showed clips from their song.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: The female trolls have at least one [[FlowerInHerHair flower in their hair]],
the rest of his family.males don't.



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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/MauriceLaMarche (King Agdar), Jennifer Lee (Queen Idun)

Elsa and Anna's parents.

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[[folder:Oaken]]
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[[caption-width-right:245: "Hoohoo! Big summer blowout!"]]

->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/MauriceLaMarche (King Agdar), Jennifer Lee (Queen Idun)

Elsa
Chris Williams

The owner of Wandering Oaken's Trading Post
and Anna's parents.Sauna. Like Kristoff, his business was changed into taking advantage of the new weather once it was changed by Elsa's magic.



* CreatorCameo: Idun is voiced by Jennifer Lee, one of the co-directors of the film.
* GoodParents: While they were alive, they make some mistakes, but they truly care about their daughters and want to help Elsa control her powers.
* GracefulLadiesLikePurple: Idun's PimpedOutDress is dark violet, just like Elsa's coronation dress.
* HeroicBuild: Agdar has a broad, muscular body; even though the outcome of his methods of teaching Elsa to control her powers wasn't exactly right, his intentions were noble and out of love.
* MeaningfulName:
** "Agdar" is a male form of Agða, a short form of Agatha, meaning 'good, honorable.' Agdar is a popular name in Norway. The name Agdar means 'brave warrior' in Norse and from Greek agathos meaning 'good'. All of which reflect his noble intentions towards his daughters.
** "Idun" can be anglicized as Ithunn, or Idunn/Idun. Iðunn means 'youthful, a nod to her [[MumLooksLikeASister youthful appearance.]]
* MumLooksLikeASister: Idun looks exactly like 21-year-old Elsa.
* NamedAfterSomebodyFamous: Idun was the name of a goddess in Norse mythology from one of [[http://norse-mythology.org/tales/the-kidnapping-of-idun/ the most well-known myths]].
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: While their insistence that Elsa isolate herself and hide her powers was well-meaning, the reason her powers got so out of control as she grew older was ''because'' of the isolation. It's only once she opens up and accepts the love and affection of her friends and family that she regains the level of control over her powers that she had as a child. Many fans have interpreted this as AnAesop: When you have kids, don't make them feel ashamed or afraid of who they are, even if society may frown upon them. It will not end well.
* NicePerson: In spite of their ''huge'' mistake on how they handled Elsa's powers, they both prove to be loving and well meaning people.
* NotQuiteTheRightThing: After Elsa accidentally injures her sister, her parents conclude that the best thing to do is to keep her away from the world and make her fear her powers. However, this just causes her to build up a lot of emotional issues when the actual secret to controlling herself requires her to ''embrace'' her emotions and love for others, which is more like what she was already doing. Not only was this exactly the wrong way to help Elsa, but it both took away Anna's friendship with her sister and prevented her from making friends with anyone else, leaving her desperately craving affection. The moment she gets out and meets someone, she rushes into the first relationship that presents itself.
* OlderThanTheyLook: Both of them could be maintained in their early 30s or mid 20s, even though they have two daughters, and on closer look, Idun appears to be a recolored version of Elsa's coronation appearance. It's totally {{Justified}}: ''Frozen'' takes place in a time period when people married and had children much earlier than they do today, and especially royalty trying to preserve the family line.
* OneHeadTaller: King Agdar is [[http://static3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140109043557/disney/images/e/e1/Frozenkingandqueen.jpg this to his wife.]]
* ParentsAsPeople: Though they are very loving, without meaning to, they contribute to Elsa's problem. They teach her to fear her powers instead of trying to control them, and to bottle up her emotions rather than confront them.
* {{Plot Triggering Death}}s: Their deaths at the beginning of the film are why Elsa has to become Queen at the young age of 21, kicking off the plot.
* PrimAndProperBun: Queen Idun's hair is styled like this, in the same way that Elsa wears her hair to the coronation in.
* SatelliteCharacter: Queen Idun only has one line, and she is shown to be supportive of her husband's decisions regarding their children.
* SharpDressedMan: Agdar certainly looks the part of a king.
* ShownTheirWork: Their graves are written in Runic alphabet, and so their names were revealed as King Agdar and Queen Idun.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: Idun looks almost identical to Elsa, with a darker hair.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: They have good intentions, but isolating Elsa (and Anna) from the rest of the world for so many years causes the plot to kick off.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: They die within the first ten minutes of the film, just like [[RecurringElement most parents in Disney films]].
* {{Well Intentioned Extremist}}s: Their plans to help protect people from Elsa are extreme by any standard but it was the only way they knew to keep everyone safe.
* YouthfulFreckles: While not a child or teenager anymore, Idun has them. She is in her twenties, which is only a little older than Elsa is during the whole...eternal winter thing, so she is only a little above the age range. (If one looks, in some of her scenes, Idun basically bears the same physical appearance that Elsa has at the coronation party, only with brunette hair instead of platinum blonde hair).

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* AmbiguouslyGay: Beside his soft and somewhat effeminate personality, his family in the sauna notably consists of a young man and four children. However, it isn't clear if the young man is his partner or a different relative (such as a younger brother or cousin).
* ApologeticAttacker: Sort of. After he throws Kristoff out for calling him a "crook," Oaken immediately apologizes -- to Anna, because she had to witness him committing an act of violence in his store.
* BerserkButton: He doesn't like being called a crook. What makes it funnier is that he's still nice about it. He's less angry than he is ''hurt'' when he stands up.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: "''Vhat'' did you call me?" ''[cuts to Oaken hauling Kristoff to the front porch and throwing him into the snow]''
* BigBeautifulMan: Oaken is a big man and quite a cutie.
* CatchPhrase: "HOO-hoo!"
* CreatorCameo: Idun is He's voiced by Jennifer Lee, one of the co-directors of the film.
* GoodParents: While they were alive, they make some mistakes, but they truly care about their daughters
Disney director and want to help Elsa control her powers.
writer Chris Williams.
* GracefulLadiesLikePurple: Idun's PimpedOutDress is dark violet, just like Elsa's coronation dress.
* HeroicBuild: Agdar
FunnyForeigner: He has a broad, thick Swedish accent, and some very stereotypical mannerisms.
* GentleGiant: He's sweet and pleasant for the most part, but when Kristoff makes the mistake of calling him a crook, he gets up out of his chair... revealing himself to be ''massive'', utterly towering over Kristoff (who himself is a pretty big,
muscular body; even though the outcome of his methods of teaching Elsa to control her powers wasn't exactly right, his intentions were noble and guy). He then bodily throws Kristoff out of love.
with no effort whatsoever.
* MeaningfulName:
** "Agdar" is a male form of Agða, a short form of Agatha, meaning 'good, honorable.' Agdar is a popular name in Norway. The name Agdar means 'brave warrior' in Norse and
HonestJohnsDealership: He tries to demand more money from Greek agathos meaning 'good'. All of which reflect Kristoff than Kristoff has in his noble intentions towards pockets, and tries to justify his daughters.
** "Idun" can be anglicized
outrageous price gouging as Ithunn, or Idunn/Idun. Iðunn means 'youthful, a nod to her [[MumLooksLikeASister youthful appearance.]]
* MumLooksLikeASister: Idun looks exactly like 21-year-old Elsa.
* NamedAfterSomebodyFamous: Idun was the name of a goddess in Norse mythology from one of [[http://norse-mythology.org/tales/the-kidnapping-of-idun/ the most well-known myths]].
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: While their insistence that Elsa isolate herself and hide her powers was well-meaning, the reason her powers got so out of control as she grew older was ''because'' of the isolation.
supply-and-demand problem. It's only once she opens up no wonder Kristoff [[BerserkButton calls him a "crook".]]
* InnocentBlueEyes: To show his pure
and accepts the love sweet nature.
* LargeAndInCharge: Is thrice bigger
and affection of her friends and larger than his family that she regains and is the level of control over her powers that she had as a child. Many fans have interpreted this as AnAesop: When you have kids, one who runs the FamilyBusiness.
* NiceGuy: See GentleGiant. [[BerserkButton Just
don't make them feel ashamed or afraid call him a crook]].
* NiceHat: Which totally matches his sweater.
* NoHeroDiscount: Doesn't matter how his business is doing, Kristoff has to pay for those carrots, the axe, and the rope. In fact, he jacked up the prices
of his winter gear quite outrageously due to "supply and demand". This is despite outright stating that ''nobody'' was out in the blizzard except Anna and Kristoff and knowing full well that anyone who they are, even if society may frown upon them. It will not end well.
needed the ice pick and rope probably wouldn't survive without them.
* NicePerson: In spite StoutStrength: He effortlessly throws Kristoff out of their ''huge'' his house when his BerserkButton was pushed.
* TranquilFury: He eighty-sixes Kristoff without losing his happy persona at all; however, he is by no means a StepfordSmiler, as his smile briefly fades after Kristoff makes the
mistake on how they handled Elsa's powers, they both prove to be loving and well meaning people.
* NotQuiteTheRightThing: After Elsa accidentally injures her sister, her parents conclude that the best thing to do is to keep her away from the world and make her fear her powers. However, this just causes her to build up a lot
of emotional issues when the actual secret to controlling herself requires her to ''embrace'' her emotions and love for others, which is more like what she was already doing. Not only was this exactly the wrong way to help Elsa, but it both took away Anna's friendship with her sister and prevented her from making friends with anyone else, leaving her desperately craving affection. The moment she gets out and meets someone, she rushes into the first relationship that presents itself.
* OlderThanTheyLook: Both of them could be maintained in their early 30s or mid 20s, even though they have two daughters, and on closer look, Idun appears to be
calling him a recolored version of Elsa's coronation appearance. It's totally {{Justified}}: ''Frozen'' takes place in a time period when people married and had children much earlier than they do today, and especially royalty trying to preserve the family line.
* OneHeadTaller: King Agdar is [[http://static3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140109043557/disney/images/e/e1/Frozenkingandqueen.jpg this to his wife.]]
* ParentsAsPeople: Though they are very loving, without meaning to, they contribute to Elsa's problem. They teach her to fear her powers instead of trying to control them, and to bottle up her emotions rather than confront them.
* {{Plot Triggering Death}}s: Their deaths at the beginning of the film are why Elsa has to become Queen at the young age of 21, kicking off the plot.
* PrimAndProperBun: Queen Idun's hair is styled like this, in the same way that Elsa wears her hair to the coronation in.
* SatelliteCharacter: Queen Idun only has one line, and she is shown to be supportive of her husband's decisions regarding their children.
* SharpDressedMan: Agdar certainly looks the part of a king.
* ShownTheirWork: Their graves are written in Runic alphabet, and so their names were revealed as King Agdar and Queen Idun.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: Idun looks almost identical to Elsa, with a darker hair.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: They have good intentions, but isolating Elsa (and Anna) from the rest of the world for so many years causes the plot to kick off.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: They die within the first ten minutes of the film, just like [[RecurringElement most parents in Disney films]].
* {{Well Intentioned Extremist}}s: Their plans to help protect people from Elsa are extreme by any standard but it was the only way they knew to keep everyone safe.
* YouthfulFreckles: While not a child or teenager anymore, Idun has them. She is in her twenties, which is only a little older than Elsa is during the whole...eternal winter thing, so she is only a little above the age range. (If one looks, in some of her scenes, Idun basically bears the same physical appearance that Elsa has at the coronation party, only with brunette hair instead of platinum blonde hair).
crook.



[[folder:The Trolls]]
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->'''Pabbie Voiced by:''' Ciaran Hinds\\
'''Bulda Voiced by:''' Maia Wilson\\
'''Baby Troll Voiced by:''' Annie Lopez\\
'''Gothi the Troll Priest Voiced by:''' Jack Whitehall

Boulder-like magical creatures who helped the king and queen save Anna from Elsa's magic when the sisters were children. Also Kristoff's adoptive family.

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[[caption-width-right:320:"DON'T COME '''BAAAAAAAAACK'''!"]]

->'''Voiced
by:''' Ciaran Hinds\\
'''Bulda Voiced by:''' Maia Wilson\\
'''Baby Troll Voiced by:''' Annie Lopez\\
'''Gothi the Troll Priest Voiced by:''' Jack Whitehall

Boulder-like magical creatures who helped the king and queen save Anna from Elsa's magic when the sisters were children. Also Kristoff's adoptive family.
Paul Briggs

A large snow golem created by Elsa to keep people out of her castle.



* AdaptationalHeroism: Originally they were evil and selfish. Here, they may be meddlesome, but they're also kind and always willing to help.
* AllThereInTheManual: ''Frozen: The Essential Guide'' says that they turn to rocks during the day, although this is never seen in the movie.
* AllTrollsAreDifferent: They look like moss-covered boulders when sleeping/hiding, and are very friendly towards humans, hence why they accept Kristoff as a family member.
* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: To Kristoff by listing all of his flaws. They're actually an entire amazingly embarrassing ''family'' Of trolls.
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Some of the Troll kids behave like this towards Kristoff such as the one who says he "only likes to tinkle in the woods" (but they love him anyway).
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: They wear moss as clothing but nothing on their feet.
%%* BigBrotherWorship: The younger trolls show this towards Kristoff.
* BrutalHonesty: Pabbie when he tells and shows a ''child'' what will happen if she doesn't control her powers. One of the things he shows her is presumbably ''being killed by an angry mob''.
%%* TheChiefsDaughter: Bulda is the daughter of [[TheLeader Pabbie]].
* CrowdSong: "Fixer Upper", which has every other line sung by a different troll in the group.
* CutenessProximity: Bulda decides to adopt Kristoff and Sven because they were "cuties".
* DeusExMachina: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] by the king to save Anna in the prologue, taking her to them after finding an old legend.
* ExactWords: ''Both'' sets of advice handed down by Pabbie get taken for their worth at face value. The former leads to Elsa's repression (it wasn't the ''people's'' fear she needed to worry about, it was ''her own fear'') while the latter was too open to interpretation and starts an assumption by his fellow Trolls that Anna takes to heart.
* {{Expy}}: The trolls are based off of "The Robbers" from ''The Snow Queen''.
* TheFairFolk: Averted. They never act malicious towards humans.
* FinishingEachOthersSentences: Mainly in their song where none of them finish a line that they start.
* HappilyMarried: Bulda and Cliff, Kristoff's adoptive parents. They even give Kristoff and who they think is his girlfriend advice on how to make a happy marriage.
* HiddenInPlainSight: They appear as rocks when they aren't active. Hilariously, when Kristoff tries to introduce them to Anna and Olaf, the latter two momentarily believe he's insane.
* ImTakingHerHomeWithMe: Bulda adopts Kristoff and Sven as soon as she meets them, simply because they're cute.
* TheLeader: Pabbie is the leader of the trolls.
* {{Love Freak}}s: Their song "Fixer Upper" which is all about the virtues of love.
%%* MyBelovedSmother: Bulda, Kristoff's adoptive mother.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Pabbie removes Anna's memories of Elsa's magic under the vague assurance that it's for the best, then shows Elsa graphic depictions of what will happen if she doesn't learn to control her powers -- but never tells her how she should go about doing so. Both of these actions prove to be disastrous.
* OnlySaneMan: Pabbie is this because he's the only one not involved in "Fixer Upper".
* ParentalSubstitute: Specifically, Cliff and Bulda are this to Kristoff and Sven because they adopted the pair.
* PinkGirlBlueBoy: The female trolls wear pink or red crystal necklaces, while male trolls wear blue or green crystal necklaces. Pabbie's the only one to wear a yellow crystal necklace, which could signify his role as the leader of the trolls.
* PoorCommunicationKills: A lot of trouble could have been avoided if they had been a ''little'' more clear. Their proclamation that fear will be Elsa's greatest enemy was accompanied by a representation of what looked like angry townspeople attacking her (an honest concern), even though they meant her fear rather than the people's (which turned out to be even more dangerous).
* PowerOfLove: They firmly believe in this. Bulda says it is "powerful and strange".
* PunnyName: Most of their names reference the fact they are rocks. In fact, Clay's name was [[DubNameChange changed in the Swedish dub]] to Sten -- literally "Stone", and a real name in Swedish.
* ScoutOut: The troll child that earned his fire crystal is called a "Troll Scout Kid" in the script. Evidently, crystals are stand-ins for badges.
* ShipperOnDeck: Ship Anna and Kristoff quite gleefully. It's the root point of "Fixer Upper".
* SirNotAppearingInThisTrailer: They are not in any adverts, especially before the movie came out, despite showing up in the film's prologue in a fairly important role. For a while, the only clip was of two of them dancing with Olaf, though later adverts showed clips from their song.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: The female trolls have at least one [[FlowerInHerHair flower in their hair]], the males don't.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: Originally they were evil and selfish. Here, they may be meddlesome, but they're also kind and always willing AntiVillain: All he wants to help.
* AllThereInTheManual: ''Frozen: The Essential Guide'' says
do is make sure that they turn to rocks during the day, although this is never seen in the movie.
* AllTrollsAreDifferent: They look like moss-covered boulders when sleeping/hiding,
both he and Elsa are very friendly towards humans, hence why they accept Kristoff as left alone. However, he is a family member.
* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: To Kristoff by listing all
little '''too''' protective of Elsa for his flaws. They're actually an entire amazingly embarrassing ''family'' Of trolls.
own good.
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Some of the Troll kids behave like this towards Kristoff such as the one who says he "only likes to tinkle in the woods" (but they love him anyway).
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: They wear moss as clothing but nothing on their feet.
%%* BigBrotherWorship: The younger trolls show this towards Kristoff.
* BrutalHonesty: Pabbie when he tells and shows a ''child'' what will happen if she doesn't control her powers. One of the things he shows her is presumbably ''being killed
BigLittleBrother: Marshmallow was built by an angry mob''.
%%* TheChiefsDaughter: Bulda is the daughter of [[TheLeader Pabbie]].
* CrowdSong: "Fixer Upper", which has every other line sung by a different troll in the group.
* CutenessProximity: Bulda decides to adopt Kristoff and Sven because they were "cuties".
* DeusExMachina: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] by the king to save Anna in the prologue, taking her to them
Elsa after finding an old legend.
* ExactWords: ''Both'' sets of advice handed down by Pabbie get taken for their worth at face value. The former leads to Elsa's repression (it wasn't the ''people's'' fear
she needed to worry about, it was ''her own fear'') created Olaf; while the latter was too open to interpretation is small and starts an assumption by his fellow Trolls friendly, the former is huge and intimidating. So, Marshmallow is technically Olaf's "baby" brother. This is more obvious in early concept art that Anna takes originally envisioned Marshmallow as looking like Olaf if Olaf were about twenty times larger than he actually is, with giant tree trunks for arms.
* {{Bouncer}}: It's his job
to heart.
* {{Expy}}: The trolls are based off
keep people out of "The Robbers" from ''The Snow Queen''.
Elsa's castle.
* TheFairFolk: Averted. They never act malicious towards humans.
* FinishingEachOthersSentences: Mainly in their song where none of them finish a line
BrickJoke: Remember that they start.tiara Elsa threw away in "Let It Go"? Well, after the credits are over, Marshmallow is revealed to have survived his fall into the chasm. He finds it lying on the floor of the castle and puts it on, smiling to himself.
* CainAndAbel: Since he doesn't hesitate on striking his "brother" Olaf...Ironically, he's also the "good son" of the pair because he's doing exactly what his "mother" told him to do.

* HappilyMarried: Bulda CreatorCameo: Marshmallow is voiced by Paul Briggs, who was the head of storywriting.
* DisneyVillainDeath: Falls into a chasm after Hans cuts his leg off. TheStinger [[DisneyDeath reveals that he survived]].
* DubNameChange: The Spanish dub renamed him ''Merengue'' because marshmallows are not very well known in Spain.
* EvilCounterpart: A larger, more dangerous version of Olaf. This was more explicit in early designs, where Marshmallow was essentially Olaf, but bigger
and Cliff, Kristoff's adoptive parents. They more menacing looking, with giant ''tree trunks'' for arms.
* FluffyTheTerrible: You wouldn't expect a massive Snowlem to be named ''Marshmallow''.
* GoneHorriblyRight: He takes his duty to protect Elsa ''too'' seriously, given how viciously he chased after Anna and her companions
even give Kristoff and who after they think is his girlfriend advice on how were leaving, something that Elsa wouldn't have wanted. Although this might have been because Anna provoked him by throwing a snowball at him (as he seemed perfectly content to make a happy marriage.just walk away after tossing them out), and even then, he didn't physically harm Anna directly after pulling her back up from the cliff.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: When he's about to attack, they shine.

* HealingFactor: Implied, since he survived getting his leg cut off and falling into a gorge. Being made of snow in a snow mountain helps.
* HiddenInPlainSight: They appear Hides by the staircase leading to the ice palace disguised as rocks a pile of snow; he reveals himself when Hans and the search party arrive looking for Anna.
* MightyGlacier: He's very big and strong, but lacks quick reflexes. A literal example too, as he's made of ice and snow.
* MookPromotion: He crowns himself the new ruler of Elsa's ice kingdom in the end.
* MyMasterRightOrWrong: Merely does what Elsa wants him to do.
* NonMaliciousMonster: Since his only purpose is to keep people out of Elsa's palace, he's pretty content with just yelling at them or scaring them away (making him more like a bouncer than a hitman). The only time he actively chases or threatens people is
when they aren't active. Hilariously, when Kristoff tries to introduce them to Anna provoke him (Anna tossing the snowball and Hans's men shooting him).
* TheNoseless: Unlike
Olaf, the latter two momentarily believe it's permanent.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Or rather, only given a name by an offhand comment.
* OneManArmy: He's big,
he's insane.
* ImTakingHerHomeWithMe: Bulda adopts Kristoff
strong, and Sven as soon as she meets them, simply because they're cute.
* TheLeader: Pabbie is
he kicks lots of ass! He took the leader of the trolls.
* {{Love Freak}}s: Their song "Fixer Upper" which is all about the virtues of love.
whole Kingdom by himself.
%%* MyBelovedSmother: Bulda, Kristoff's adoptive mother.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Pabbie removes Anna's memories of Elsa's magic under the vague assurance that OneWingedAngel: Marshmallow grows icicle fangs, claws, and spikes when Hans and his men arrive. Earlier, there's a [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] example when he pursues Kristoff, Anna, and Olaf; it's for easy to assume that the best, then shows Elsa graphic depictions number of what will happen if she claws, fangs, and spikes he grows depends on how much of a threat his opponents are. In other words, Marshmallow doesn't learn to control her powers -- but never tells her grow his claws, fangs, or spikes while chasing those three because Kristoff and Anna are not armed, whereas Hans and his search team were armed with swords and crossbows.
* PoisonousFriend: He's overprotective of Elsa for this reason.
%%* RatedMForManly
* RuleOfSymbolism: While Olaf represents the love Elsa and Anna have, Marshmallow can be interpreted as representing
how she Elsa wishes to be alone; he's pretty adamant that other people should go about doing so. Both of these actions prove to be disastrous.
* OnlySaneMan: Pabbie is
"GO AWAY!" TheStinger, while intended for humor, takes this further by having Marshmallow smile for the first time...because he's the only one not involved in "Fixer Upper".
* ParentalSubstitute: Specifically, Cliff
completely alone and Bulda are this to Kristoff and Sven because they adopted the pair.
* PinkGirlBlueBoy: The female trolls wear pink or red crystal necklaces, while male trolls wear blue or green crystal necklaces. Pabbie's the only one to wear a yellow crystal necklace, which could signify his role as the leader of the trolls.
* PoorCommunicationKills: A lot of trouble could have been avoided if they had been a ''little'' more clear. Their proclamation that fear will be
is living in Elsa's greatest enemy was accompanied by a representation of what looked like angry townspeople attacking her (an honest concern), even though they meant her fear rather than isolated ice palace.
* {{Snowlem}}: Of
the people's (which turned dangerous variety.
* SuperPersistentPredator: His only purpose is to keep people
out of Elsa's castle, but he chases Anna off a cliff just for throwing a snowball at him.
* SuperStrength: Comes with being so big.
* SpikesOfVillainy: Made of icicles!
* TakingYouWithMe: When Hans cuts off Marshmallow's leg, Marshmallow tries
to be even more dangerous).
* PowerOfLove: They firmly believe in this. Bulda says it is "powerful
grab at Hans and strange".
* PunnyName: Most of their names reference
pull him into the fact they chasm as well.
* TopHeavyGuy: His arms and torso
are rocks. In fact, Clay's name was [[DubNameChange changed massive compared to his legs.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Elsa, and he'll pursue his job with single-minded zeal, as seen when he chased Anna off cliff.
* TheUsurper: PlayedForLaughs. Played with as well, because he finds the tiara Elsa had tossed away in "Let it Go". And he then "crowns" himself "king" of Elsa's palace... the palace she created
in the Swedish dub]] to Sten -- literally "Stone", same song, and not the actual kingdom.
* UpgradeVsPrototypeFight: Olaf being alive was
a real name in Swedish.
surprise to Elsa. Marshmallow was deliberate after Elsa learned about Olaf, and much more powerful. They [[CurbStompBattle have a one sided fight]] while the heroes are trying to escape.
* ScoutOut: The troll child WhenSheSmiles: In the post-credits scene, he picks up Elsa's old tiara and grins so brightly that earned he loses his fire crystal is called a "Troll Scout Kid" in the script. Evidently, crystals are stand-ins for badges.
* ShipperOnDeck: Ship Anna and Kristoff quite gleefully. It's the root point of "Fixer Upper".
* SirNotAppearingInThisTrailer: They are not in any adverts, especially before the movie came out, despite showing
SpikesOfVillainy. Also shows up in the film's prologue in a fairly important role. For a while, the only clip was of two of them dancing storybook, "An Amazing Snowman", where he's initially alone but ends up smiling with his brother Olaf, though and later adverts showed clips from their song.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: The female trolls have at least one [[FlowerInHerHair flower in their hair]],
with the males don't.rest of his family.
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!!Main Characters



!!Visitors from Other Kingdoms



[[folder:Oaken]]
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[[caption-width-right:245: "Hoohoo! Big summer blowout!"]]

->'''Voiced by:''' Chris Williams

The owner of Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna. Like Kristoff, his business was changed into taking advantage of the new weather once it was changed by Elsa's magic.

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[[folder:Sitron]]
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[[caption-width-right:245: "Hoohoo! Big summer blowout!"]]

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->'''Voiced by:''' Chris Williams

The owner of Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna. Like Kristoff, his business was changed into taking advantage of the new weather once it was changed by Elsa's magic.
Creator/FrankWelker

Hans's horse.



* AllThereInTheManual: His name is revealed to Sitron in the books, which is Ascended Fanon after Jennifer Lee heard that fans were calling the horse "Lemon", so he was given the Norwegian equivalent.
* AmplifiedAnimalAptitude: Like Sven, he's clearly a lot smarter than your average horse but he doesn't get as much screentime.
* CoolHorse: A [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fjord_horse Fjord horse]], going by his coat and mane.
* NiceGuy: Very sweet and a stark contrast to his owner.
* NonHumanSidekick: Hans's horse.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: He knocks into Anna, prompting [[CrashIntoHello her and Hans' meeting]] and setting off the entire main plot.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Whatever became of Sitron is left a mystery.
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!!Other Residents from Arendelle

[[folder:Oaken]]
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[[caption-width-right:245: "Hoohoo! Big summer blowout!"]]

->'''Voiced by:''' Chris Williams

The owner of Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna. Like Kristoff, his business was changed into taking advantage of the new weather once it was changed by Elsa's magic.
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[[folder:Sitron]]
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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/FrankWelker

Hans's horse.

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[[caption-width-right:320:"DON'T COME '''BAAAAAAAAACK'''!"]]

->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/FrankWelker

Hans's horse.
Paul Briggs

A large snow golem created by Elsa to keep people out of her castle.



* AllThereInTheManual: His name is revealed to Sitron in the books, which is Ascended Fanon after Jennifer Lee heard that fans were calling the horse "Lemon", so he was given the Norwegian equivalent.
* AmplifiedAnimalAptitude: Like Sven, he's clearly a lot smarter than your average horse but he doesn't get as much screentime.
* CoolHorse: A [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fjord_horse Fjord horse]], going by his coat and mane.
* NiceGuy: Very sweet and a stark contrast to his owner.
* NonHumanSidekick: Hans's horse.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: He knocks into Anna, prompting [[CrashIntoHello her and Hans' meeting]] and setting off the entire main plot.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Whatever became of Sitron is left a mystery.
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[[folder:Marshmallow]]
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[[caption-width-right:320:"DON'T COME '''BAAAAAAAAACK'''!"]]

->'''Voiced by:''' Paul Briggs

A large snow golem created by Elsa to keep people out of her castle.
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* CoDragons: He has a pair of surprisingly competent EliteMooks who do his bidding.



* CoDragons: They are enforcers for [[BigBadWannabe the Duke of Weselton]].



* DragonInChief: They are ''way'' more competent than the Duke, and actually pose threats to Elsa.


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* NumberTwo: They are the trusted and strong bodyguards to [[BigBadWannabe The Duke of Weselton]].
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* ImprobableAimingSkills: Redirects a crossbow ''someone else is holding'' to thread right through the ice holding a chandelier up. He does this instantly, and he's ''not'' lined up with the crossbow to actually aim it.]]

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* ImprobableAimingSkills: Redirects a crossbow ''someone else is holding'' to thread right through the ice holding a chandelier up. He does this instantly, and he's ''not'' lined up with the crossbow to actually aim it.]]
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* BondVillainStupidity: The guy confesses his entire plan to Anna and then leaves her alive and unguarded before making the move to slay Elsa. Given her magic induced hypotermia, all he had to do was wait and watch her die and then he wouldn't have to lie to anyone afterward.

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* BondVillainStupidity: The guy confesses his entire plan to Anna and then leaves her alive and unguarded before making the move to slay Elsa. Given her magic induced hypotermia, hypothermia, all he had to do was wait and watch her die and then he wouldn't have to lie to anyone afterward.
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* LightIsNotGood: He is a Prince with lighter cloths and the outfit he wears in the dance is white and gold.
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