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14th Jan '16 11:55:41 PM FreeJaffa
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As shown in ''Tangled'' and [=''Frozen''=]'s opening sequence, magic still exists, but not many people know about it. [[note]]Elsa's magic is easily accepted by her parents, and only becomes an issue once she hurts Anna- but at the same time, there are no other human mages to help her, or shared knowledge about said magic works. Anna is surprised to hear that trolls exist, which may or may not be a result of the mind-wipe. The only magic practitioner in ''Tangled''- Gothel- is centuries old. That isn't solid proof, but it lends credence to the theory.[[/note]] The implication is that magic ''did'' exist, a long time ago, but has now been reduced to [[TheMasquerade a few magical beings hiding themselves away]], and a few superstitions that nobody resorts to except in times of crisis.\\ [=''Frozen''=]'s finale essentially smashes this attitude to bits. A powerful mage rules Arendelle, at least one magical creature openly lives in it, and the country's populace is on the way to accepting magic as part of their daily lives. Additionally, the movie's has a strong theme of accepting magic and using it for the good of others. I theorize that Elsa isn't a [[TheTimeOfMyths throwback]]- she's a herald.
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As shown in ''Tangled'' and [=''Frozen''=]'s ''Frozen''[='=]s opening sequence, magic still exists, but not many people know about it. [[note]]Elsa's magic is easily accepted by her parents, and only becomes an issue once she hurts Anna- but at the same time, there are no other human mages to help her, or shared knowledge about said magic works. Anna is surprised to hear that trolls exist, which may or may not be a result of the mind-wipe. The only magic practitioner in ''Tangled''- Gothel- is centuries old. That isn't solid proof, but it lends credence to the theory.[[/note]] The implication is that magic ''did'' exist, a long time ago, but has now been reduced to [[TheMasquerade a few magical beings hiding themselves away]], and a few superstitions that nobody resorts to except in times of crisis.\\ [=''Frozen''=]'s ''Frozen''[='=]s finale essentially smashes this attitude to bits. A powerful mage rules Arendelle, at least one magical creature openly lives in it, and the country's populace is on the way to accepting magic as part of their daily lives. Additionally, the movie's has a strong theme of accepting magic and using it for the good of others. I theorize that Elsa isn't a [[TheTimeOfMyths throwback]]- she's a herald.
8th Jan '16 3:14:42 PM Discar
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[[WMG: Turns out, Elsa is a [[OurGodsAreGreater goddess]].]]
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[[WMG: Turns out, Elsa is a [[OurGodsAreGreater [[OurGodsAreDifferent goddess]].]]
3rd Jan '16 8:37:08 AM QueenSaeryen
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[[WMG: Frozen is the [[VideoGame/ArNosurgeOdeToAnUnbornStar distant future]] of [[spoiler: the new Ra Ciela.]]
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[[WMG: Frozen is the [[VideoGame/ArNosurgeOdeToAnUnbornStar distant future]] of [[spoiler: the new Ra Ciela.]] ]]
3rd Jan '16 8:36:30 AM QueenSaeryen
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[[WMG: Frozen is the distant future of [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/ArNosurgeOdeToAnUnbornStar the new Ra Ciela.]] ]]
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[[WMG: Frozen is the distant future of [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/ArNosurgeOdeToAnUnbornStar distant future]] of [[spoiler: the new Ra Ciela.]] ]]
3rd Jan '16 8:35:21 AM QueenSaeryen
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[[WMG: Frozen is the distant future of [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/ArNosurgeOdeToAnUnbornStar the new Ra Ciela.]] ]] * Elsa's magic comes from her being an Incarnate, and the trolls are a subspecies of Sharl. Olaf and Marshmallow are like Prims created by Elsa.
28th Dec '15 11:49:19 AM chloso
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* I thought I was the only one who belived that!
27th Dec '15 4:35:11 PM dmcreif
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Everything listed as an example of Anna's super strength could also be an example of her having been through some sort of military training in the three years since her parents death. It would be a non supernatural explanation for her strength, agility and decisiveness in several scenes, particularly the wolf chase where she * bats off a wolf with a lute * throws a flaming sleeping bag at another wolf * pulls Kristoff back into the sled ** he has to be at least 160lbs / 72kg * completely takes charge of the situation by ordering Sven to jump, much to Kristoff's chagrin
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Everything listed as an example of Anna's super strength could also be an example of her having been through some sort of military training in the three years since her parents death. parents' deaths. It would be a non supernatural explanation for her strength, agility and decisiveness in several scenes, particularly every action she takes when fending off the wolf chase where she * bats off a wolf with a lute * throws a flaming sleeping bag wolves, including swinging Kristoff's lute at one, throwing a burning bedroll another wolf * pulls one, pulling Kristoff back into the sled ** he has to be at least sled (and Kristoff weighs about 160lbs / 72kg * 72kg, much more than Anna probably weighs), and completely takes charge of the situation by ordering giving Sven to jump, the 'jump' command, much to Kristoff's chagrin chagrin.

* Also, during Frozen Fever she gets out of bed, gets dressed and grooms her hair perfectly in a matter of seconds. Anyone who has ever been in the military will tell you, that's an accomplishment in itself.
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* Also, during Frozen Fever she gets out of bed, gets ''Frozen Fever'' she's able to wake up, get dressed and grooms groom her hair perfectly in a matter of seconds. Anyone who has ever been in the military will tell you, that's an accomplishment in itself. itself. * This could even fit in with the ''Series/OnceUponATime'' depiction of Anna, where she's shown to have taken up swordplay after the ordeal with Hans. * Logically, though, if Anna went through this sort of training, wouldn't Elsa have gone through something similar?
21st Dec '15 6:22:28 AM Manafichu
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[[WMG: Although we didn't see it, Elsa was responsible for the shipwreck that killed her parents.]] * You know how Elsa is crying at the end of Do You Want to Build a Snowman? Well, that's partly because she thinks she's guilty for killing her parents...and she did! Elsa has ice powers, and ice is the solid form of water. Maybe one day, she had a meltdown for no reason, which randomly caused a storm at sea.
18th Dec '15 6:52:38 PM alb1187
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[[WMG: Alternatively Anna has had military training.]] Everything listed as an example of Anna's super strength could also be an example of her having been through some sort of military training in the three years since her parents death. It would be a non supernatural explanation for her strength, agility and decisiveness in several scenes, particularly the wolf chase where she *bats off a wolf with a lute *throws a flaming sleeping bag at another wolf *pulls Kristoff back into the sled **he has to be at least 160lbs / 72kg *completely takes charge of the situation by ordering Sven to jump, much to Kristoff's chagrin Her actions show an amazing amount of quick thinking that would make any commanding officer proud. *Also, during Frozen Fever she gets out of bed, gets dressed and grooms her hair perfectly in a matter of seconds. Anyone who has ever been in the military will tell you, that's an accomplishment in itself.
13th Dec '15 5:02:44 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Elsa's descendant will be [[XMen Bobby Drake. AKA Iceman]]]]
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[[WMG:Elsa's descendant will be [[XMen [[Franchise/XMen Bobby Drake. AKA Iceman]]]]
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