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21st Aug '17 3:42:14 PM Njein
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[[WMG:Hans is a member of [[Film/JamesBond SPECTRE.]]

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[[WMG:Hans is a member of [[Film/JamesBond SPECTRE.SPECTRE]].]]
21st Aug '17 3:40:58 PM Njein
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[[WMG:Hans is a member of [[Film/JamesBond SPECTRE.]]
He manipulated Anna into thinking that she was in love, but in actuality, only wanted to control Arendelle's throne. Ernst Stavro Blofeld, hearing of his exploits, offers him to join SPECTRE (after he was imprisoned and stripped of his noble privileges) as a way to extract revenge on his own family and come up with a new scheme to take over Arendelle. Hans readily joins him but is slightly weary, knowing how ruthless Number One is in terms of dealing with problem employees, but nevertheless accepts Blofeld's offer to get his revenge and seize control of Arendelle.
21st Aug '17 6:36:00 AM Njein
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Specifically, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf will go to the capital city, which looks like Copenhagen meets New York in the 19th century. Just imagine these [[CountryMouse country kids]]' reaction to a huge, bustling metropolis! They would be impressed at the architecture and be awed by how the Southern Isles is far more technologically advanced compared to Arendelle. They'll think that Hans' people and family are [[StepfordSmiler warm and friendly]], despite what Hans did, only to slowly realize [[EmpirewithADarkSecret not all is as it seems]]. [[{{Unperson}} Perhaps people that they saw earlier mysteriously vanish in the middle of the night]], while they later find out that they aren't allowed to venture into certain areas of the kingdom or castle, [[ParanoiaFuel which house both corpses and prisoners]]. Once they witness the true nature of the regime and realize that Hans' father is actually an extremely stone-cold, iron-fisted and unfeeling man who runs his kingdom in a cruel and ruthless manner [[ParanoiaFuel as a brutal authoritarian and tyrannical dictator]], and be really shocked and horrified at how he lets his sons use violence and DisproportionateRetribution to torture their subjects, besides being outright neglectful towards his youngest son. Alternately, the gang could be horrified at a scene where Hans' brothers viciously abuse and beat up prisoners, including their youngest brothers, or witness a scenario where they treat Hans like a slave. Serious drama could occur if Elsa and the gang give the king and his sons a KirkSummation for running an exceptionally autocratic and totalitarian PoliceState, and being abusive towards Hans, leading to Hans' father exploding in anger and having them imprisoned by condemning them to death, which forces them to do an EnemyMine with Hans in order to take down the Southern Isles monarchy/Hans's BigScrewedUpFamily alongside the sequel's main antagonist. If Hans is revealed to have a high rank within the Southern Isles armed forces, he could assist the crew by [[TheDogBitesBack starting a mutiny to get revenge on his abusive father and siblings]].

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Specifically, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf will go to the capital city, which looks like Copenhagen meets New York in the 19th century. Just imagine these [[CountryMouse country kids]]' reaction to a huge, bustling metropolis! They would be impressed at the architecture and be awed by how the Southern Isles is far more technologically advanced compared to Arendelle. They'll think that Hans' people and family are [[StepfordSmiler warm and friendly]], despite what Hans did, only to slowly realize [[EmpirewithADarkSecret not all is as it seems]]. [[{{Unperson}} Perhaps people that they saw earlier mysteriously vanish in the middle of the night]], while they later find out that they aren't allowed to venture into certain areas of the kingdom or castle, [[ParanoiaFuel which house both corpses and prisoners]]. Once they witness the true nature of the regime and realize that Hans' father is actually an extremely stone-cold, iron-fisted and unfeeling man who runs his kingdom in a cruel and ruthless manner [[ParanoiaFuel as a brutal authoritarian and tyrannical dictator]], and be really shocked and horrified at how he lets his sons use violence and DisproportionateRetribution to torture their subjects, besides being outright neglectful towards his youngest son. Alternately, the gang could be horrified at a scene where Hans' brothers viciously abuse and beat up prisoners, including their youngest brothers, brother, or witness a scenario where they treat Hans like a slave. Serious drama could occur if Elsa and the gang give the king and his sons a KirkSummation for running an exceptionally autocratic and totalitarian PoliceState, and being abusive towards Hans, leading to Hans' father exploding in anger and having them imprisoned by condemning them to death, which forces them to do an EnemyMine with Hans in order to take down the Southern Isles monarchy/Hans's BigScrewedUpFamily alongside the sequel's main antagonist. If Hans is revealed to have a high rank within the Southern Isles armed forces, he could assist the crew by [[TheDogBitesBack starting a mutiny to get revenge on his abusive father and siblings]].
20th Aug '17 8:28:06 PM Njein
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Specifically, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf will go to the capital city, which looks like Copenhagen meets New York in the 19th century. Just imagine these [[CountryMouse country kids]]' reaction to a huge, bustling metropolis! They would be impressed at the architecture and be awed by how the Southern Isles is far more technologically advanced compared to Arendelle. They'll think that Hans' people and family are [[StepfordSmiler warm and friendly]], despite what Hans did, only to slowly realize [[EmpirewithADarkSecret not all is as it seems]]. [[{{Unperson}} Perhaps people that they saw earlier mysteriously vanish in the middle of the night]], while they later find out that they aren't allowed to venture into certain areas of the kingdom or castle, [[ParanoiaFuel which house both corpses and prisoners]]. Once they witness the true nature of the regime and realize that Hans' father is actually an extremely stone-cold, iron-fisted and unfeeling man who runs his kingdom in a cruel and ruthless manner [[ParanoiaFuel as a brutal authoritarian and tyrannical dictator]], and be really shocked and horrified at how he lets his sons use violence and DisproportionateRetribution to torture their subjects, besides being outright neglectful towards his youngest son. Serious drama could occur if Elsa and the gang give the king and his sons a KirkSummation for running an exceptionally autocratic and totalitarian PoliceState, and being abusive towards Hans, leading to Hans' father exploding in anger and having them imprisoned by sentencing them to death, which forces them to do an EnemyMine with Hans in order to take down the Southern Isles monarchy/Hans's BigScrewedUpFamily alongside the sequel's main antagonist. If Hans is revealed to have a high rank within the Southern Isles armed forces, he could assist the crew by [[TheDogBitesBack starting a mutiny to get revenge on his abusive father and siblings]].

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Specifically, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf will go to the capital city, which looks like Copenhagen meets New York in the 19th century. Just imagine these [[CountryMouse country kids]]' reaction to a huge, bustling metropolis! They would be impressed at the architecture and be awed by how the Southern Isles is far more technologically advanced compared to Arendelle. They'll think that Hans' people and family are [[StepfordSmiler warm and friendly]], despite what Hans did, only to slowly realize [[EmpirewithADarkSecret not all is as it seems]]. [[{{Unperson}} Perhaps people that they saw earlier mysteriously vanish in the middle of the night]], while they later find out that they aren't allowed to venture into certain areas of the kingdom or castle, [[ParanoiaFuel which house both corpses and prisoners]]. Once they witness the true nature of the regime and realize that Hans' father is actually an extremely stone-cold, iron-fisted and unfeeling man who runs his kingdom in a cruel and ruthless manner [[ParanoiaFuel as a brutal authoritarian and tyrannical dictator]], and be really shocked and horrified at how he lets his sons use violence and DisproportionateRetribution to torture their subjects, besides being outright neglectful towards his youngest son. Alternately, the gang could be horrified at a scene where Hans' brothers viciously abuse and beat up prisoners, including their youngest brothers, or witness a scenario where they treat Hans like a slave. Serious drama could occur if Elsa and the gang give the king and his sons a KirkSummation for running an exceptionally autocratic and totalitarian PoliceState, and being abusive towards Hans, leading to Hans' father exploding in anger and having them imprisoned by sentencing condemning them to death, which forces them to do an EnemyMine with Hans in order to take down the Southern Isles monarchy/Hans's BigScrewedUpFamily alongside the sequel's main antagonist. If Hans is revealed to have a high rank within the Southern Isles armed forces, he could assist the crew by [[TheDogBitesBack starting a mutiny to get revenge on his abusive father and siblings]].
19th Aug '17 9:01:17 AM Njein
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*** Or that fire prince could be Hans. Given their history, lot of political bickering would occur between the Southern Isles and Arendelle, and anybody would expect a lot of initial angst and tension between him and Elsa. Then, Hans suddenly begins to have a [[PowerIncontinence superpower meltdown]] like Elsa, and a HeatWave occurs in the Southern Isles (just like the EndlessWinter caused by Elsa losing grip of her ice powers). Then, things could change a bit, especially if Elsa realizes what conditions he is currently in (aside from realizing that he too is a borderline PhysicalGod), and helps him control his powers. Meanwhile, the Duke overhears from his spies in the Southern Isles that Hans is a magician like Elsa and tries to have both of them killed. Upon hearing of the Duke's transgressions in both

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*** Or that fire prince could be Hans. Given their history, lot of political bickering would occur between the Southern Isles and Arendelle, and anybody would expect a lot of initial angst and tension between him and Elsa.Elsa, [[Franchise/MortalKombat similar to Liu Kang and Kitana]]. Then, Hans suddenly begins to have a [[PowerIncontinence superpower meltdown]] like Elsa, and a HeatWave occurs in the Southern Isles (just like the EndlessWinter caused by Elsa losing grip of her ice powers). Then, things Things could change a bit, especially if Elsa realizes what conditions he is currently in (aside from realizing that he too is a borderline PhysicalGod), and helps him control his powers. Meanwhile, the Duke overhears from his spies in the Southern Isles that Hans is a magician like Elsa and tries to have both of them killed. killed, but is foiled. Upon hearing of the Duke's transgressions in transgressions, both Arendelle and the Southern Isles place trade embargoes and economic sanctions on Weselton for attempting to meddle in their internal affairs, while Elsa and Hans reconcile with each other.
18th Aug '17 1:17:06 PM Njein
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*** Or that fire prince could be Hans. Given their history, lot of political bickering would occur between the Southern Isles and Arendelle, and anybody would expect a lot of initial angst and tension between him and Elsa. Then, Hans suddenly begins to have a [[PowerIncontinence superpower meltdown]] like Elsa, and a HeatWave occurs in the Southern Isles (just like the EndlessWinter caused by Elsa losing grip of her ice powers). Then, things could change a bit, especially if Elsa realizes what conditions he is currently in (aside from realizing that he too is a borderline PhysicalGod), and helps him control his powers.

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*** Or that fire prince could be Hans. Given their history, lot of political bickering would occur between the Southern Isles and Arendelle, and anybody would expect a lot of initial angst and tension between him and Elsa. Then, Hans suddenly begins to have a [[PowerIncontinence superpower meltdown]] like Elsa, and a HeatWave occurs in the Southern Isles (just like the EndlessWinter caused by Elsa losing grip of her ice powers). Then, things could change a bit, especially if Elsa realizes what conditions he is currently in (aside from realizing that he too is a borderline PhysicalGod), and helps him control his powers. Meanwhile, the Duke overhears from his spies in the Southern Isles that Hans is a magician like Elsa and tries to have both of them killed. Upon hearing of the Duke's transgressions in both
17th Aug '17 9:14:11 AM Njein
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Hans has fire powers that are kept in check only by his frozen heart. Since by the end of the film he has seen Anna's act of true love thaw her frozen heart, there is a possibility that his own frozen heart might also begin to thaw at some point, unlocking his fire powers and subjecting him to the same hardships that Elsa had endured. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone (Or more severe harships, since his conscience will be much heavier with guilt than Elsa's.)]]

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Hans has fire powers that are kept in check only by his frozen heart. Since by the end of the film he has seen Anna's act of true love thaw her frozen heart, there is a possibility that his own frozen heart might also begin to thaw at some point, unlocking his fire powers and subjecting him to the same hardships that Elsa had endured. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone (Or more severe harships, since his conscience will be much heavier with guilt than Elsa's.)]])]] Then, he loses his grip on his pyrokinesis, accidentally plunging the Southern Isles into a HeatWave, and forcing Elsa and the gang to help him control his magical powers.
15th Aug '17 1:03:26 PM Njein
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Specifically, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf will go to the capital city, which looks like Copenhagen meets New York in the 19th century. Just imagine these [[CountryMouse country kids]]' reaction to a huge, bustling metropolis! They would be impressed at the architecture and be awed by how the Southern Isles is far more technologically advanced compared to Arendelle. They'll think that Hans' people and family are [[StepfordSmiler warm and friendly]], despite what Hans did, only to slowly realize [[EmpirewithADarkSecret not all is as it seems]]. [[{{Unperson}} Perhaps people that they saw earlier mysteriously vanish in the middle of the night]], while they later find out that they aren't allowed to venture into certain areas of the kingdom or castle, [[ParanoiaFuel which house both corpses and prisoners]]. Once they witness the true nature of the regime and realize that Hans' father is actually an extremely stone-cold, iron-fisted and unfeeling man who runs his kingdom in a cruel and ruthless manner [[ParanoiaFuel as a brutal authoritarian and tyrannical dictator]], and be really shocked and horrified at how he lets his sons use violence and DisproportionateRetribution to torture their subjects, besides being outright neglectful towards his youngest son. Serious drama could occur if Elsa and the gang give the king and his sons a KirkSummation for running an exceptionally autocratic and totalitarian PoliceState, and being abusive towards Hans, leading to his father throwing a fit and sentencing them to be executed, [[EnemyMine resulting in the gang and Hans]] having to take on the Southern Isles monarchy/Hans's BigScrewedUpFamily alongside the sequel's main antagonist. If Hans is revealed to have a high rank within the Southern Isles armed forces, he could assist the crew by [[TheDogBitesBack starting a mutiny to get revenge on his abusive father and siblings]].

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Specifically, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf will go to the capital city, which looks like Copenhagen meets New York in the 19th century. Just imagine these [[CountryMouse country kids]]' reaction to a huge, bustling metropolis! They would be impressed at the architecture and be awed by how the Southern Isles is far more technologically advanced compared to Arendelle. They'll think that Hans' people and family are [[StepfordSmiler warm and friendly]], despite what Hans did, only to slowly realize [[EmpirewithADarkSecret not all is as it seems]]. [[{{Unperson}} Perhaps people that they saw earlier mysteriously vanish in the middle of the night]], while they later find out that they aren't allowed to venture into certain areas of the kingdom or castle, [[ParanoiaFuel which house both corpses and prisoners]]. Once they witness the true nature of the regime and realize that Hans' father is actually an extremely stone-cold, iron-fisted and unfeeling man who runs his kingdom in a cruel and ruthless manner [[ParanoiaFuel as a brutal authoritarian and tyrannical dictator]], and be really shocked and horrified at how he lets his sons use violence and DisproportionateRetribution to torture their subjects, besides being outright neglectful towards his youngest son. Serious drama could occur if Elsa and the gang give the king and his sons a KirkSummation for running an exceptionally autocratic and totalitarian PoliceState, and being abusive towards Hans, leading to his Hans' father throwing a fit exploding in anger and having them imprisoned by sentencing them to be executed, [[EnemyMine resulting death, which forces them to do an EnemyMine with Hans in the gang and Hans]] having order to take on down the Southern Isles monarchy/Hans's BigScrewedUpFamily alongside the sequel's main antagonist. If Hans is revealed to have a high rank within the Southern Isles armed forces, he could assist the crew by [[TheDogBitesBack starting a mutiny to get revenge on his abusive father and siblings]].
13th Aug '17 12:31:51 PM Njein
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** Said neighboring kingdom will be a counterpart of Iceland with the castle set atop a volcano. Alternately, this kingdom could be another part of the Southern Isles, since Iceland was a part of Denmark
*** Or that fire prince could be Hans...

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** Said neighboring kingdom will be a counterpart of Iceland with the castle set atop a volcano. Alternately, this kingdom could be another part of the Southern Isles, since Iceland was a part of Denmark
Denmark.
*** Or that fire prince could be Hans...Hans. Given their history, lot of political bickering would occur between the Southern Isles and Arendelle, and anybody would expect a lot of initial angst and tension between him and Elsa. Then, Hans suddenly begins to have a [[PowerIncontinence superpower meltdown]] like Elsa, and a HeatWave occurs in the Southern Isles (just like the EndlessWinter caused by Elsa losing grip of her ice powers). Then, things could change a bit, especially if Elsa realizes what conditions he is currently in (aside from realizing that he too is a borderline PhysicalGod), and helps him control his powers.
8th Aug '17 11:20:37 AM Njein
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WordOfGod confirms Elsa suffers from depression and anxiety, while ''A Frozen Heart'' shows that Hans himself may suffer from them as well. At first, the two have no desire to be around the other, similar to [[WesternAnimation/DespicableMe2 Gru and Lucy]] or [[Film/{{Spectre}} James Bond and Madeleine Swann]], but both end up in a situation comes where Hans is unable to contain his issues anymore and breaks down. After some time, Elsa realizes he's not faking anything, slowly realizing [[JerkassWoobie what kind of life he lives]] and consider that instead of punishment, Hans needs someone to actually help him with his DaddyIssues.

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WordOfGod confirms Elsa suffers from depression and anxiety, while ''A Frozen Heart'' shows that Hans himself may suffer from them as well. At first, the two have no desire to be around the other, similar to [[WesternAnimation/DespicableMe2 Gru and Lucy]] or [[Film/JamesBond James Bond and]] [[Film/{{Spectre}} James Bond and Madeleine Swann]], but both end up in a situation comes where Hans is unable to contain his issues anymore and breaks down. After some time, Elsa realizes he's not faking anything, slowly realizing [[JerkassWoobie what kind of life he lives]] and consider that instead of punishment, Hans needs someone to actually help him with his DaddyIssues.
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