History WMG / Frozen

30th Oct '16 5:17:08 PM nombretomado
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** It's possible that given the HijinksEnsue tone the trailers are going for, there might be a proposal in the works, but from a thematic point of view, this short is still very much about Anna and Elsa. It wouldn't quite fit for a climax for Kristoff to propose at the end of the short. Then again, if he did propose, it'd be too easy for Anna to give the typical "Best Birthday EVER!" speech.

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** It's possible that given the HijinksEnsue HilarityEnsues tone the trailers are going for, there might be a proposal in the works, but from a thematic point of view, this short is still very much about Anna and Elsa. It wouldn't quite fit for a climax for Kristoff to propose at the end of the short. Then again, if he did propose, it'd be too easy for Anna to give the typical "Best Birthday EVER!" speech.
27th Oct '16 3:14:41 PM DustSnitch
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Anna of course is completely like most of the modern princesses- she's kind but spunky, adventurous, fearless, and a total {{Badass}} who saves the day. However, Elsa is unique and refreshing in that she isn't an outspoken SpiritedYoungLady, {{Tomboy}}, {{Badass}} who "don't need a man's help!" or anything else the typical heroine is nowadays, which has become a cliché, and paradoxically, the "traditional" type of heroines who lack fighting skills, spunkiness, and/or adventurous sides are now unorthodox. Elsa is particularly similar to Aurora- a lonely ProperLady who is reserved, demure, obedient, and ultimately selfless and dutiful for her people. She can't tell anyone "no" because she knows doing what's right is more important than following one's dreams. Elsa herself even becomes a DistressedDamsel as the Classics have always been negatively accused of being (and interesting that many fans ship her with the Prince-Charming-like Hans [[spoiler:although unfortunately that never happened.]] It is very telling that most people preferred ladylike, responsible, quiet Elsa to tomboyish, independent, spunky Anna (although she rightfully has her own fanbase). TL:DR you could read [[http://kioewen.tumblr.com/post/66011868700/elsa-a-vindication-of-traditional-femininity-in this fan's post]], which describes it more eloquently.

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Anna of course is completely like most of the modern princesses- she's kind but spunky, adventurous, fearless, and a total {{Badass}} badass who saves the day. However, Elsa is unique and refreshing in that she isn't an outspoken SpiritedYoungLady, {{Tomboy}}, {{Badass}} badass who "don't need a man's help!" or anything else the typical heroine is nowadays, which has become a cliché, and paradoxically, the "traditional" type of heroines who lack fighting skills, spunkiness, and/or adventurous sides are now unorthodox. Elsa is particularly similar to Aurora- a lonely ProperLady who is reserved, demure, obedient, and ultimately selfless and dutiful for her people. She can't tell anyone "no" because she knows doing what's right is more important than following one's dreams. Elsa herself even becomes a DistressedDamsel as the Classics have always been negatively accused of being (and interesting that many fans ship her with the Prince-Charming-like Hans [[spoiler:although unfortunately that never happened.]] It is very telling that most people preferred ladylike, responsible, quiet Elsa to tomboyish, independent, spunky Anna (although she rightfully has her own fanbase). TL:DR you could read [[http://kioewen.tumblr.com/post/66011868700/elsa-a-vindication-of-traditional-femininity-in this fan's post]], which describes it more eloquently.
18th Oct '16 1:28:04 PM gvsz
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[[WMG: The History of Arrendelle]]
Who here wants to delve into the history of Arrendelle? This troper knows that they do? Will they succeed? Eh… Maybe. Oh well, this is a WMG, after all. So, let’s dive into the possible background information concerning Frozen’s kingdom.

Arrendelle, officially the Kingdom of Arundal and Territories, is a Sovereign City State, located on the Norwegian Peninsula. The nation is located on the North Sea’s Skagerrak Strait, bordered on all three sides by Sweden-Norway. In spite of its small size, over the years, Arrendelle has shown a rich and distinct identity, and although its fate may forever be entwined with its neighbours, it will press forward into the Modern Age as its own state, forever proud and strong.

Arrendelle’s geography, culture, and whole sense of national identity is centred around the city of Arundal, a city which, until comparatively recently, was simply another village within the Norway region. Today, Arundal is a city that rivals nearby Christiania in beauty and prosperity.

How Arrendelle came to be is a story that displays such huge strokes of generosity, wisdom and plain dumb luck, many consider to be the stuff of songs and fairy tales. One winter, in the days of the Kalmar Republic, when all of Scandinavia was unified around the Danish crown, one region decided that it would be part of it no longer, and declared its independence. This, the Danish King would not tolerate, and raised his army, ready for war. Just one of the many faces among the soldiers was Agnarr Delle, a man from the then-insignificant village of Arundal.

During the final battle of the war, all had seemed lost, all forces slain, the king being carried back to the rebel’s stolen keep by a small host, to be held captive until ransomed. One of the few men left, and the only man who was able to escape the detection of rebel soldiers and secretly follow the host away from the battlefield, was Agnarr Delle. This man, this lowly man from a backwards village, single-handedly saved his king. Agnarr, with a commandeered horse, rode ahead of the rebel host, blocking the road a mile ahead with a wall of snow. When the host came to a stop, their way no longer accessible, Agnarr leapt from behind the surrounding trees, and slew them with his bow, the dozen-strong group. The king later said that he had seen that Agnarr had removed his armour, leaving himself in only his fabric underclothings, for the snow would stick easier. Indeed, it was later said that Agnarr seemed coated in snow, effortlessly blending in to his surroundings.

The war later ended, sadly, with the rebels maintaining their independence, eventually becoming the Southern Isles. However, the king, so thankful with Agnarr for saving him, granted the lowborn man a knighthood, his lands being his village of Arundal. Agnarr accepted this offer, becoming the first member of the house of Delle. Forever in the favour of the Danish Crown, Agnarr’s knightly house grew in power quickly, and by the time the Kalmar Union dissolved, the land had become an independent city state, called Arrendelle,

Today, in 1840, Arrendelle is a very prosperous nation. Although Arundal is the main settlement of the country, there are several other town and villages under its rule. Perhaps to reflect this, the seat of the royal family, House Delle, is not located in Arundal, but rather, the nearby fjord. House Delle are known for their openness to their citizens, fully aware that they themselves were once just like them. House Delle, like many royal families, have a habit of reusing family names, over half of their kings having the name of Agnarr. However, times have changed with the arrival of Queen Elsa I, as well as her sister, Princess Anna VI, the first time a queen has ever ruled the kingdom. Maybe this, as well as Queen Elsa’s strange abilities, could indicate that whatever the future has for Arrendelle, it will most likely be different.
16th Oct '16 5:25:10 PM gvsz
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Arrendelle’s geography, culture, and whole sense of national identity is centred around the city of Arundal, a city which, until comparatively recently, was simply another village within the Norway region. Today, Arundal is a city that rivals nearby Christiania in beauty and prosperity.

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Arrendelle’s geography, culture, and whole sense of national identity is centred around the city of Arundal, a city which, until comparatively recently, was simply another village within the Norway region. Today, Arundal is a city that rivals nearby Christiania in beauty and prosperity.prosperity.



During the final battle of the war, all had seemed lost, all forces slain, the king being carried back to the rebel’s stolen keep by a small host, to be held captive until ransomed. One of the few men left, and the only man who was able to escape the detection of rebel soldiers and secretly follow the host away from the battlefield, was Agnarr Delle. This man, this lowly man from a backwards village, single-handedly saved his king. Agnarr, with a commandeered horse, rode ahead of the rebel host, blocking the road a mile ahead with a wall of snow. When the host came to a stop, their way no longer accessible, Agnarr leapt from behind the surrounding trees, and slew them with his bow, the dozen-strong group. The king later said that he had seen that Agnarr had removed his armour, leaving himself in only his fabric underclothings, for the snow would stick easier. Indeed, it was later said that Agnarr seemed coated in snow, effortlessly blending in to his surrondings

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During the final battle of the war, all had seemed lost, all forces slain, the king being carried back to the rebel’s stolen keep by a small host, to be held captive until ransomed. One of the few men left, and the only man who was able to escape the detection of rebel soldiers and secretly follow the host away from the battlefield, was Agnarr Delle. This man, this lowly man from a backwards village, single-handedly saved his king. Agnarr, with a commandeered horse, rode ahead of the rebel host, blocking the road a mile ahead with a wall of snow. When the host came to a stop, their way no longer accessible, Agnarr leapt from behind the surrounding trees, and slew them with his bow, the dozen-strong group. The king later said that he had seen that Agnarr had removed his armour, leaving himself in only his fabric underclothings, for the snow would stick easier. Indeed, it was later said that Agnarr seemed coated in snow, effortlessly blending in to his surrondingssurroundings.


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16th Oct '16 5:23:01 PM gvsz
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[[WMG: The History of Arrendelle]]
Who here wants to delve into the history of Arrendelle? This troper knows that they do? Will they succeed? Eh… Maybe. Oh well, this is a WMG, after all. So, let’s dive into the possible background information concerning Frozen’s kingdom.

Arrendelle, officially the Kingdom of Arundal and Territories, is a Sovereign City State, located on the Norwegian Peninsula. The nation is located on the North Sea’s Skagerrak Strait, bordered on all three sides by Sweden-Norway. In spite of its small size, over the years, Arrendelle has shown a rich and distinct identity, and although its fate may forever be entwined with its neighbours, it will press forward into the Modern Age as its own state, forever proud and strong.
Arrendelle’s geography, culture, and whole sense of national identity is centred around the city of Arundal, a city which, until comparatively recently, was simply another village within the Norway region. Today, Arundal is a city that rivals nearby Christiania in beauty and prosperity.
How Arrendelle came to be is a story that displays such huge strokes of generosity, wisdom and plain dumb luck, many consider to be the stuff of songs and fairy tales. One winter, in the days of the Kalmar Republic, when all of Scandinavia was unified around the Danish crown, one region decided that it would be part of it no longer, and declared its independence. This, the Danish King would not tolerate, and raised his army, ready for war. Just one of the many faces among the soldiers was Agnarr Delle, a man from the then-insignificant village of Arundal.
During the final battle of the war, all had seemed lost, all forces slain, the king being carried back to the rebel’s stolen keep by a small host, to be held captive until ransomed. One of the few men left, and the only man who was able to escape the detection of rebel soldiers and secretly follow the host away from the battlefield, was Agnarr Delle. This man, this lowly man from a backwards village, single-handedly saved his king. Agnarr, with a commandeered horse, rode ahead of the rebel host, blocking the road a mile ahead with a wall of snow. When the host came to a stop, their way no longer accessible, Agnarr leapt from behind the surrounding trees, and slew them with his bow, the dozen-strong group. The king later said that he had seen that Agnarr had removed his armour, leaving himself in only his fabric underclothings, for the snow would stick easier. Indeed, it was later said that Agnarr seemed coated in snow, effortlessly blending in to his surrondings
The war later ended, sadly, with the rebels maintaining their independence, eventually becoming the Southern Isles. However, the king, so thankful with Agnarr for saving him, granted the lowborn man a knighthood, his lands being his village of Arundal. Agnarr accepted this offer, becoming the first member of the house of Delle. Forever in the favour of the Danish Crown, Agnarr’s knightly house grew in power quickly, and by the time the Kalmar Union dissolved, the land had become an independent city state, called Arrendelle,
Today, in 1840, Arrendelle is a very prosperous nation. Although Arundal is the main settlement of the country, there are several other town and villages under its rule. Perhaps to reflect this, the seat of the royal family, House Delle, is not located in Arundal, but rather, the nearby fjord. House Delle are known for their openness to their citizens, fully aware that they themselves were once just like them. House Delle, like many royal families, have a habit of reusing family names, over half of their kings having the name of Agnarr. However, times have changed with the arrival of Queen Elsa I, as well as her sister, Princess Anna VI, the first time a queen has ever ruled the kingdom. Maybe this, as well as Queen Elsa’s strange abilities, could indicate that whatever the future has for Arrendelle, it will most likely be different.
13th Oct '16 12:48:52 AM TheWildWestPyro
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[[WMG: If Hans gets redeemed and takes another level in Badass in the sequel:]]

He will end up as an Admiral within Arendelle's navy and launch several successful campaigns against hostile pirates plaguing Arendelle and its allies. And due to his sword-fighting skills, Hans could very well become a legendary RedBaron-style figure to the pirates and a FrontlineGeneral to his men, leading his crew into battle and boarding ships himself if required. Eventually, he will go down in history as a talented naval commander and pirate-fighting Badass.
25th Sep '16 9:23:06 AM toaofdetermination
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[[WMG: Frozen is set in the same universe as [[Videogame/Undertale Undertale]].]]

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[[WMG: Frozen is set in the same universe as [[Videogame/Undertale Undertale]].Undertale.]]
25th Sep '16 9:21:28 AM toaofdetermination
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[[WMG: Alternatively, Frozen is set in the same universe as [[Videogame/Undertale Undertale.]] ]]

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[[WMG: Alternatively, Frozen is set in the same universe as [[Videogame/Undertale Undertale.]] Undertale]].]]
25th Sep '16 9:19:44 AM toaofdetermination
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[[WMG: Alternatively, Frozen is set in the same universe as [[Videogame/Undertale Undertale]].]]

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[[WMG: Alternatively, Frozen is set in the same universe as [[Videogame/Undertale Undertale]].Undertale.]] ]]
25th Sep '16 9:17:42 AM toaofdetermination
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[[WMG: Alternatively, Frozen is set in the same universe as [[Videogame/Undertale Undertale]]

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[[WMG: Alternatively, Frozen is set in the same universe as [[Videogame/Undertale Undertale]]Undertale]].]]
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