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21st Mar '17 6:33:08 PM nombretomado
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* Queen Helena, Monarch of the Ice Kingdoms, is a minor character from one of the {{Nightside}} novels. Another villainous example of this trope.

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* Queen Helena, Monarch of the Ice Kingdoms, is a minor character from one of the {{Nightside}} ''{{Literature/Nightside}}'' novels. Another villainous example of this trope.
24th Feb '17 2:38:28 AM lavendermintrose
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* [[CastFullOfPrettyBoys Prince-collecting]] puzzle game ''Yume100'' has a trio of brothers who are snow princes. Their names are Frost, Glacier, and Schnee (German for "snow").
15th Jan '17 3:57:24 PM eroock
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->''The snow glows white on the mountain tonight,\\

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->''The ->''"The snow glows white on the mountain tonight,\\



And it looks like I'm the queen.''

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And it looks like I'm the queen.''"''
13th Jan '17 2:23:18 PM dmcreif
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* Queen Elsa in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', an adaptation of Andersen's ''Literature/TheSnowQueen'', is actually a surprising {{aversion}}. Despite having many of the trappings of this trope ([[AnIcePerson ice powers]], an ice palace she built for herself on a whim, a sparkly light blue dress ''made of ice''), in the final version of the movie she never actually adopts the moniker of the Snow Queen. She's just Queen Elsa of Arendelle. [[note]]However, in [[WhatCouldHaveBeen early draft scripts]] where Elsa was the BigBad, she refers to herself as "the Snow Queen" as a MeaningfulRename when she [[ThatManIsDead abandons her past life]].[[/note]]

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* Queen Elsa in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', an adaptation of Andersen's ''Literature/TheSnowQueen'', ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' is actually a surprising {{aversion}}. Despite having many of the trappings of this trope ([[AnIcePerson ice powers]], an ice palace she IcePalace built for herself on a whim, a sparkly light blue dress ''made of ice''), in the final version of the movie she never actually adopts the moniker of the Snow Queen. She's just Queen Elsa of Arendelle. [[note]]However, in [[WhatCouldHaveBeen early draft scripts]] where Elsa was the BigBad, she refers to herself as "the Snow Queen" as a MeaningfulRename when she [[ThatManIsDead abandons her past life]].[[/note]]
21st Nov '16 9:40:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Snow Queen of L'Haan in ''{{Talislanta}}'' is a benevolent example.

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* The Snow Queen of L'Haan in ''{{Talislanta}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Talislanta}}'' is a benevolent example.
11th Nov '16 8:25:34 AM Argon2
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* The novel ''Stealing Snow'' is about a DeadlyDecadentCourt whose rulers are granted cryokinesis. When the RightfulQueenReturns, her pragmatism and confidence grow even as her literal magic does.
31st Oct '16 9:40:22 AM LittleSerge
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** Tywin put it best when describing the Northern army, showing how the entire North under House Stark plays up the winter theme as a means of intimidation (notably, the North is shown to sometimes be described as the "winterlands", ruled by the Kings of Winter from Winterfell with a motto warning about the dangers of winter. :
->"The men of the winterlands are made of iron and ice, and even my boldest knights fear to face them."
29th Oct '16 1:11:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* For a rare male version of the trope, in the backstory to ''ASongOfIceAndFire'', the Kings in the North (ruling from the castle of Winterfell) used to be colloquially known as the Kings of Winter, fitting the recurring ice/winter motif of House Stark. Teenage king Robb Stark revives this title when he is raised up to King in the North, King of the Trident, and King of Winter when he rebels against the Iron Throne. Presumably any woman to inherit the Northern crown would be the Queen of Winter.

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* For a rare male version of the trope, in the backstory to ''ASongOfIceAndFire'', ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', the Kings in the North (ruling from the castle of Winterfell) used to be colloquially known as the Kings of Winter, fitting the recurring ice/winter motif of House Stark. Teenage king Robb Stark revives this title when he is raised up to King in the North, King of the Trident, and King of Winter when he rebels against the Iron Throne. Presumably any woman to inherit the Northern crown would be the Queen of Winter.
20th Sep '16 9:12:11 PM LadyNorbert
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* In ''Animation/GuardianFaryMichel'', although she's not royalty and doesn't look like one (she resembles a fox), the winter fairy is nonetheless named Queen, probably due to this trope.

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* In ''Animation/GuardianFaryMichel'', ''Animation/GuardianFairyMichel'', although she's not royalty and doesn't look like one (she resembles a fox), the winter fairy is nonetheless named Queen, probably due to this trope.



* Queen Elsa in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', an adaptation of Andersen's ''Literature/TheSnowQueen'', is actually a surprising {{Aversion}}. Despite having many of the trappings of this trope ([[AnIcePerson ice powers]], an ice palace she built for herself on a whim, a sparkly light blue dress ''made of ice''), in the final version of the movie she never actually adopts the moniker of the Snow Queen. She's just Queen Elsa of Arendelle. [[note]]Although in [[WhatCouldHaveBeen early draft scripts]] where Elsa was the BigBad, she refers to herself as "the Snow Queen" as a MeaningfulRename when she [[ThatManIsDead abandons her past life]].[[/note]]

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* Queen Elsa in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', an adaptation of Andersen's ''Literature/TheSnowQueen'', is actually a surprising {{Aversion}}.{{aversion}}. Despite having many of the trappings of this trope ([[AnIcePerson ice powers]], an ice palace she built for herself on a whim, a sparkly light blue dress ''made of ice''), in the final version of the movie she never actually adopts the moniker of the Snow Queen. She's just Queen Elsa of Arendelle. [[note]]Although [[note]]However, in [[WhatCouldHaveBeen early draft scripts]] where Elsa was the BigBad, she refers to herself as "the Snow Queen" as a MeaningfulRename when she [[ThatManIsDead abandons her past life]].[[/note]]



* Progressive metal band Music/SymphonyX have a song called "Lady of the Snow".

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* Progressive metal band Music/SymphonyX have a song called "Lady of the Snow".Snow."



* In Hawaiian Mythology, Poli'ahu, and her sisters Lilinoe, Kahoupokane, and Waia'u.

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* In Hawaiian Mythology, mythology, Poli'ahu, and her sisters Lilinoe, Kahoupokane, and Waia'u.
18th Aug '16 4:00:39 PM nighttrainfm
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* ''Series/PowerRangersMysticForce'' has the Snow Prince.

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* ''Series/PowerRangersMysticForce'' Downplayed with Heavenly Saint Snowgel of ''Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger'', who has the temperament and ice powers but not the title. ''Series/PowerRangersMysticForce'', oddly enough, gender-flipped her into the Snow Prince.''Prince''.
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