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* Anna's hair color is [[HairColorDissonance notoriously vague]]. Most fans consider her a redhead and Elsa a platinum blonde. Official books refer to her as a "strawberry blonde," although scriptwriter/co-directorJennifer Lee calls the color "strawberry brown," and Elsa as a "white-blonde".

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* Anna's hair color is [[HairColorDissonance notoriously vague]]. Most fans consider her a redhead and Elsa a platinum blonde. Official books refer to her as a "strawberry blonde," although scriptwriter/co-directorJennifer blonde" (although scriptwriter/co-director Jennifer Lee calls the color "strawberry brown," brown") and Elsa as a "white-blonde".



* A common idea is that at the end of the film, [[spoiler:Elsa hears Hans' attempt to kill her, but doesn't move anyway]]. Either she [[spoiler:is too lost in grief to care, loses her will to live after losing Anna, or she feels she deserved to die.]]

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* A common idea is that at the end of the film, [[spoiler:Elsa hears Hans' attempt to kill her, but doesn't move anyway]]. Either she [[spoiler:is too lost in grief to care, loses lost her will to live after losing Anna, or she feels felt that she deserved to die.]]



* Many fans believe Elsa spends the entirety of the time spanned by "Do You Want to Build a Snowman" in her room, only emerging either after the deaths of the king and queen or on the day of her coronation. Other fans downplay this by having Elsa use the library and eat dinner with her family, but otherwise avoid contact with others. There are many fans who believe the king and queen lock Elsa in her room and refuse to let her out, while there are other fans who believe Elsa chooses to lock herself in due to her anxieties. In the film, it's unclear how much time Elsa spends in her room during that time period, and she's shown outside of it multiple times during the song.
** There are also fans who believe the parents lock the gates out of embarrassment over Elsa's powers, while the ones who believe they also lock Elsa within her room also often believe they do so because they're afraid she's dangerous to other people. In canon, they're established as locking the gates for ''Elsa'''s protection (or [[FailsafeFailure an attempt at it]], at least). The king makes the decision when the trolls warn "fear will be your enemy" and show a vision of a mob confronting an older Elsa, which prompts a frightened young Elsa to turn to the king, who hugs her and declares: "No. We'll protect her. She can learn to control it, I'm sure. Until then, we'll lock the gates, we'll reduce the staff, we'll limit her contact with people, and keep her powers hidden from everyone."

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* Many fans believe Elsa spends the entirety of the time spanned by "Do You Want to Build a Snowman" in her room, only emerging either after the deaths of the king and queen or on the day of her coronation. Other fans downplay this by having Elsa use the library and eat dinner with her family, but otherwise avoid contact with others. There are many some fans who believe the king and queen lock Elsa in her room and refuse to let her out, while there are other fans who others believe Elsa chooses to lock herself in due to her anxieties. In the film, it's unclear how much time Elsa spends in her room during that time period, and she's shown outside of it multiple times during the song.
** There are also fans who believe the parents lock locked the gates out of embarrassment over Elsa's powers, while the ones who others believe they also lock locked Elsa within her room also often believe they do so because they're afraid she's dangerous to other people. In canon, they're established as locking the gates for ''Elsa'''s protection (or [[FailsafeFailure an attempt at it]], at least). The king makes the decision when the trolls warn "fear will be your enemy" and show a vision of a mob confronting an older Elsa, which prompts a frightened young Elsa to turn to the king, who hugs her and declares: "No. We'll protect her. She can learn to control it, I'm sure. Until then, we'll lock the gates, we'll reduce the staff, we'll limit her contact with people, and keep her powers hidden from everyone."


* It's often believed that the parents had no faith in Elsa and planned to lock her up for her entire life. This is never indicated in the film, and the king outright states that the closing of the gates is meant to be a temporary measure and outright states he's "sure" she can learn control and that the policy is only meant to last "until then."
* Somehow, there are fans who believe Elsa is canonically straight, fans who believe Elsa is canonically lesbian, ''and'' fans who believe Elsa is canonically aromantic/asexual. Attempts to get a confirmation of Elsa's sexuality have resulted in ShrugOfGod, scriptwriter and codirector Jen Lee saying she thinks it's best to leave it up to fans' imaginations. But that hasn't stopped InternetBackdraft from often occurring when someone sees a fanwork or meta that doesn't accept their personal headcanon of Elsa's orientation, not matter what it is.

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* It's often believed that the parents had no faith in Elsa and planned to lock her up for her entire life. This is never indicated in the film, and the king outright states that the closing of the gates is meant to be a temporary measure and outright states he's "sure" she can learn control and that the policy is only meant to last "until then."
* Somehow, there are fans who believe Elsa is canonically straight, fans who believe Elsa is canonically lesbian, ''and'' fans who believe Elsa is canonically aromantic/asexual. Attempts to get a confirmation of Elsa's sexuality have resulted in ShrugOfGod, scriptwriter and codirector Jen Lee saying she thinks it's best to leave it up to fans' imaginations. But that hasn't stopped InternetBackdraft from often occurring when someone sees a fanwork or meta that doesn't accept their personal headcanon of Elsa's orientation, not matter what it is.
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* Many fans believe that in between the time that Elsa goes to her new room and the coronation, the sisters have not seen each other at all. Judging from Anna's awareness that Elsa "wore gloves all the time," it seems that she did see her sister from time to time.

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* ** There are also fans who believe the parents lock the gates out of embarrassment over Elsa's powers, while the ones who believe they also lock Elsa within her room also often believe they do so because they're afraid she's dangerous to other people. In canon, they're established as locking the gates for ''Elsa'''s protection (or [[FailsafeFailure an attempt at it]], at least). The king makes the decision when the trolls warn "fear will be your enemy" and show a vision of a mob confronting an older Elsa, which prompts a frightened young Elsa to turn to the king, who hugs her and declares: "No. We'll protect her. She can learn to control it, I'm sure. Until then, we'll lock the gates, we'll reduce the staff, we'll limit her contact with people, and keep her powers hidden from everyone."
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Many fans believe that in between the time that Elsa goes to her new room and the coronation, the sisters have not seen each other at all. Judging from Anna's awareness that Elsa "wore gloves all the time," it seems that she did see her sister from time to time.The film does not establish whether this is true, or if not, how often they have seen each other.



* It's often believed that the parents had no faith in Elsa and planned to lock her up for her entire life. This never indicated in the film, and the king outright states that the closing of the gates is meant to be a temporary measure and outright states he's "sure" she can learn control and that the policy is only meant to last "until then."
* Somehow, there are fans who believe Elsa is canonically straight, fans who believe Elsa is canonically lesbian, ''and'' fans who believe Elsa is canonically aromantic/asexual. Attempts to get a confirmation of Elsa's sexuality have resulted in ShrugOfGod, scriptwriter and codirector Jen Lee saying she thinks it's best to leave it up to fans' imaginations, but that hasn't stopped InternetBackdraft from often occurring when someone sees a fanwork or meta that doesn't accept their personal headcanon of Elsa's orientation, not matter what it is.

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* It's often believed that the parents had no faith in Elsa and planned to lock her up for her entire life. This is never indicated in the film, and the king outright states that the closing of the gates is meant to be a temporary measure and outright states he's "sure" she can learn control and that the policy is only meant to last "until then."
* Somehow, there are fans who believe Elsa is canonically straight, fans who believe Elsa is canonically lesbian, ''and'' fans who believe Elsa is canonically aromantic/asexual. Attempts to get a confirmation of Elsa's sexuality have resulted in ShrugOfGod, scriptwriter and codirector Jen Lee saying she thinks it's best to leave it up to fans' imaginations, but imaginations. But that hasn't stopped InternetBackdraft from often occurring when someone sees a fanwork or meta that doesn't accept their personal headcanon of Elsa's orientation, not matter what it is.


* Kristoff and Hans never interact with each other in the movie aside from the novel version where Kristoff is the one who knock him unconscious. Despite this, whenever they interact in fan fics, Hans will almost always disparagingly refer Kristoff as the "mountain man" and the latter will undeniably return the resentment.



* It's often believed that the parents had no faith in Elsa and planned to lock her up for her entire life. This never indicated in the film, and the king outright states that the closing of the gates is meant to be a temporary measure and outright states he's "sure" she can learn control and that the policy is only meant to last "until then."

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* It's often believed that the parents had no faith in Elsa and planned to lock her up for her entire life. This never indicated in the film, and the king outright states that the closing of the gates is meant to be a temporary measure and outright states he's "sure" she can learn control and that the policy is only meant to last "until then.""
* Somehow, there are fans who believe Elsa is canonically straight, fans who believe Elsa is canonically lesbian, ''and'' fans who believe Elsa is canonically aromantic/asexual. Attempts to get a confirmation of Elsa's sexuality have resulted in ShrugOfGod, scriptwriter and codirector Jen Lee saying she thinks it's best to leave it up to fans' imaginations, but that hasn't stopped InternetBackdraft from often occurring when someone sees a fanwork or meta that doesn't accept their personal headcanon of Elsa's orientation, not matter what it is.


* Oaken being gay is something most of the fandom agrees on. The concept comes from the scene where he says "Woo-hoo, hi family!" and people presumed: A. That was his family. B. The blond man was the only adult. Thus fans consider them a couple [[HasTwoMommies with four kids]]. ''Olaf's Frozen Adventure'' [[SchrodingersCanon portrays]] the family as Oaken's own but doesn't otherwise specify the relations.

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* Oaken being gay is something most of the fandom agrees on. The concept comes from the scene where he says "Woo-hoo, hi family!" and people presumed: A. That was is his family. B. The blond man was is the only adult. Thus fans consider them a couple [[HasTwoMommies with four kids]]. ''Olaf's Frozen Adventure'' [[SchrodingersCanon portrays]] the family as Oaken's own but doesn't otherwise specify the relations.



* A common idea is that at the end of the film, [[spoiler:Elsa heard Hans' attempt to kill her, but didn't move anyway]]. Either she [[spoiler:was too lost in grief to care, lost her will to live after losing Anna, or she felt she deserved to die.]]

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* A common idea is that at the end of the film, [[spoiler:Elsa heard hears Hans' attempt to kill her, but didn't doesn't move anyway]]. Either she [[spoiler:was [[spoiler:is too lost in grief to care, lost loses her will to live after losing Anna, or she felt feels she deserved to die.]]



* Elsa views her snow creations as her offspring.

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* Elsa views her snow creations as her offspring.offspring.
* It's often believed that the parents had no faith in Elsa and planned to lock her up for her entire life. This never indicated in the film, and the king outright states that the closing of the gates is meant to be a temporary measure and outright states he's "sure" she can learn control and that the policy is only meant to last "until then."


* There's a divide amongst fans on whether Elsa worships the [[AmbiguouslyChristian Christian]] God or if she worships pagan gods, though either one is acceptable. You're more likely to see Elsa worshipping Nordic gods, however. OhMyGods is used in many fan-works. If Elsa is Christian, then she's usually presented as Lutheran specifically. More rarely, you'll see Elsa as a Jewish convert as an ActorAllusion to Idina Menzel.

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* There's a divide amongst fans on whether Elsa worships the [[AmbiguouslyChristian Christian]] God or if she worships pagan gods, though either one is acceptable. You're more likely to see Elsa worshipping Nordic gods, however. OhMyGods is used in many fan-works. If Elsa is Christian, then she's usually presented as assumed to be Lutheran specifically. More rarely, you'll see Elsa as a Jewish convert as an ActorAllusion to Idina Menzel.specifically.



* Arendelle as a city-state pops up as much in fanworks as it does as a small country (with the town seen being the capital). The map in ''Disney/FrozenFever'' implies it's a country, although ChristmasSpecial''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' [[WordOfSaintPaul implies]] it exists inside of Norway. In many fan-works, ''both'' Arendelle and Norway exist, though most fans prefer to think that Arendelle replaces Norway in their FictionalEarth.

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* Arendelle as a city-state pops up as much in fanworks as it does as a small country (with the town seen being the capital). The map in ''Disney/FrozenFever'' implies it's a country, although ChristmasSpecial''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' ChristmasSpecial ''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' [[WordOfSaintPaul implies]] it exists inside of Norway. In many fan-works, ''both'' Arendelle and Norway exist, though most fans prefer to think that Arendelle replaces Norway in their FictionalEarth.


* Anna only refers to Elsa as a "stinker" once in the film when she is talking to herself in the middle of the EndlessWinter, complaining Elsa never told her that she's secretly AnIcePerson. Despite this, the fandom often frequently has Anna calling her sister every time she gets mildly frustrated at her, although not when she is really angry at her sister.
* Kristoff and Sven are orphans adopted by the trolls. In canon, their biological parents aren't discussed, although WordOfGod from scriptwriter Jen Lee is that Kristoff left an orphanage.

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* Anna only refers to Elsa as a "stinker" once in the film when she is talking to herself in the middle of the EndlessWinter, complaining Elsa never told her that she's secretly AnIcePerson. Despite this, the fandom often fandom frequently has Anna calling her sister every time she gets mildly frustrated at her, although not when she is really angry at her sister.
* Kristoff and Sven are orphans adopted by the trolls. In canon, their biological parents aren't discussed, although WordOfGod from scriptwriter Jen Lee is that Kristoff left an orphanage.
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* If you don't ship Elsa with [[IncestYayShipping Anna]], [[FoeYayShipping Hans]], or your random original character, it's quite common for people to assume Elsa is simply not interested in marrying or romance. Sometimes she is {{asexual|ity}} and [[[[CelibateHero other times it is a conscious choice]].

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* If you don't ship Elsa with [[IncestYayShipping Anna]], [[FoeYayShipping Hans]], or your random original character, it's quite common for people to assume Elsa is simply not interested in marrying or romance. Sometimes she is {{asexual|ity}} and [[[[CelibateHero [[CelibateHero other times it is a conscious choice]].



* Anna's hair color is [[HairColorDissonance notoriously vague]]. Most fans consider her a redhead and Elsa a platinum blonde. Official books refer to her as a "strawberry blonde" and Elsa as a "white-blonde".

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* Anna's hair color is [[HairColorDissonance notoriously vague]]. Most fans consider her a redhead and Elsa a platinum blonde. Official books refer to her as a "strawberry blonde" blonde," although scriptwriter/co-directorJennifer Lee calls the color "strawberry brown," and Elsa as a "white-blonde".



* There are quite a few interpretations of Hans' motives. Some say he did it to escape the shadow of his brothers. Others say he was lying, and was actually sent by his brothers to off the young, inexperienced royalty of Arendelle to serve as the stepping stone of their empire. ''Series/OnceUponATime'' rolls with the latter interpretation, while ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'' goes with the former.

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* There are quite a few interpretations of Hans' motives. Some say he did it to escape the shadow of his brothers. Others say he was lying, and was actually sent by his brothers to off the young, inexperienced royalty of Arendelle to serve as the stepping stone of their empire. ''Series/OnceUponATime'' rolls with the latter interpretation, while ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'' goes with the former.


Many, many fan theories and {{Fandom Specific Plot}}s have become so common within fandom that that it's [[{{Fanon}} become common for them to be confused with canon]]:

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Many, many fan theories and {{Fandom Specific Plot}}s have become so common within fandom that that it's [[{{Fanon}} become common frequent for them to be confused with canon]]:
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* A popular interpretation of Hans is that he holds a high rank within the Southern Isles' navy or (in redemption fics) the Arendellian one, and spends most of his time blowing up pirates.

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* A popular interpretation of Hans is that he holds a high rank within the Southern Isles' navy or (in redemption fics) the Arendellian one, and spends most navy, since an earlier version of his time blowing up pirates.character was an admiral in a draft of the film that was scrapped.



* Pretty much every fanfic with a bath scene has Anna and/or Elsa having hot water brought to their bath manually. This fanon is probably due to [[AluminiumChristmasTrees ignorance]] more than anything though. Royals in many countries did have working water pipes in the 1840s The ExtendedUniverse book ''Literature/AnnaAndElsa: All Hail The Queen'' [[WordOfSaintPaul portrays]] Arendelle as having working plumbing]] (Anna and Elsa [[WrenchWench even helped fix it]]).

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* Pretty much every fanfic with a bath scene has Anna and/or Elsa having hot water brought to their bath manually. This fanon is probably due to [[AluminiumChristmasTrees ignorance]] more than anything though. Royals in many countries did have working water pipes in the 1840s The ExtendedUniverse book ''Literature/AnnaAndElsa: All Hail The Queen'' [[WordOfSaintPaul portrays]] Arendelle as having working plumbing]] plumbing (Anna and Elsa [[WrenchWench even helped fix it]]).


* An popular reading is that Elsa is somewhere on the LGBTQIA spectrum - most likely a lesbian, with asexual as another possibility. She has no male love interest, and her storyline is similar to a ComingOutStory. From early childhood, she knows there's something different about her. She tries to hide this part of her, but suffers miserably for it. The day that she embraces this aspect, and fully owns it, is the day that she becomes comfortable in her own skin and happy with herself. We're... we're talking about the ice powers, right? Many reviewers said that "Let it Go" sounds like a proud and jubilant coming-out anthem, especially with lines like "Couldn't keep it in, Heaven knows I've tried," and "''That perfect girl is gone!''"

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Many, many fan theories and {{Fandom Specific Plot}}s have become so common within fandom that that it's [[{{Fanon}} become common for them to be confused with canon]]:

* An A popular reading is that Elsa is somewhere on the LGBTQIA spectrum - most likely a lesbian, with asexual as another possibility. She has no male love interest, and her storyline is similar to a ComingOutStory. From early childhood, she knows there's something different about her. She tries to hide this part of her, but suffers miserably for it. The day that she embraces this aspect, and fully owns it, is the day that she becomes comfortable in her own skin and happy with herself. We're... we're talking about the ice powers, right? Many reviewers said that "Let it Go" sounds like a proud and jubilant coming-out anthem, especially with lines like "Couldn't keep it in, Heaven knows I've tried," and "''That perfect girl is gone!''"



* If you don't ship Elsa with [[IncestYayShipping Anna]], [[FoeYayShipping Hans]], or your random original character, it's quite common for people to write Elsa as simply [[CelibateHero not marrying]]. Sometimes she is {{asexual|ity}} and other times it is a conscious choice.

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* If you don't ship Elsa with [[IncestYayShipping Anna]], [[FoeYayShipping Hans]], or your random original character, it's quite common for people to write assume Elsa as is simply [[CelibateHero not marrying]]. interested in marrying or romance. Sometimes she is {{asexual|ity}} and [[[[CelibateHero other times it is a conscious choice.choice]].


* Elsa herself is often linked, one way or another, with the [[Myth/NorseMythology Norse winter goddess Skadi (or Skaði)]].


** Additionally, since Idunn bore a suspicious resemblance to the Queen of Corona, some fans have concluded that they're sisters, and therefore Rapunzel is Elsa and Anna's cousin. Alternately, some theorize it could be King Agdar who is related to one of the rulers of Corona (usually the queen).
** This is taken even further with the fanon that Elsa and Anna's parents were going to Corona to attend Rapunzel and Eugene's wedding (or, less commonly, the celebration of Rapunzel's return), but the ship sank outside the coast of Denmark. Sometimes this is extended to the shipwreck it left behind being the one [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ariel]] explores at the beginning of the film.
** One fan theory even believes that Rapunzel and Elsa were the sisters and that after Gothel took Rapunzel, Elsa was left with Anna's parents for safe keeping. Thus, the explanation for why they shut her out from the world. To keep her safe. Even ignoring the whole "They survived and..." parts, you'll be hard pressed to find a fanfic that doesn't present Idunn and Agdar traveling to Corona for either Rapunzel's return or her wedding when they died.

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** Additionally, since Idunn bore bears a suspicious resemblance to the Queen of Corona, some fans have concluded that they're sisters, and therefore Rapunzel is Elsa and Anna's cousin. Alternately, some theorize it could be King Agdar who is related to one of the rulers of Corona (usually the queen).
** This is taken even further with the fanon that Elsa and Anna's parents were going to Corona to attend Rapunzel and Eugene's wedding (or, less commonly, the celebration of Rapunzel's return), but the ship sank outside the coast of Denmark. Sometimes this is extended You'll be hard pressed to find a fanfic that presents the shipwreck it left behind being the one [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ariel]] explores at the beginning purpose of the film.
their trip as anything other than Idunn and Agdar traveling to Corona for either Rapunzel's return or her wedding.
** One fan theory even believes that Rapunzel and Elsa were the sisters and that after Gothel took Rapunzel, Elsa was left with Anna's parents for safe keeping. Thus, the explanation for why they shut her out from the world. To keep her safe. Even ignoring the whole "They survived and..." parts, you'll be hard pressed to find a fanfic that doesn't present Idunn and Agdar traveling to Corona for either Rapunzel's return or her wedding when they died.



* Some fans believe the shipwreck left behind is the one [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ariel]] explores at the beginning of the film.



* There's a divide amongst fans on whether Elsa worships the [[AmbiguouslyChristian Christian]] God or if she worships pagan gods, though either one is acceptable. You're more likely to see Elsa worshipping Nordic gods, however. OhMyGods is used in many fan-works. If Elsa is Christian, then Lutheran is usually the answer to what type she is. More rarely, you'll see Elsa as a Jewish convert as an ActorAllusion to Idina Menzel.

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* There's a divide amongst fans on whether Elsa worships the [[AmbiguouslyChristian Christian]] God or if she worships pagan gods, though either one is acceptable. You're more likely to see Elsa worshipping Nordic gods, however. OhMyGods is used in many fan-works. If Elsa is Christian, then she's usually presented as Lutheran is usually the answer to what type she is.specifically. More rarely, you'll see Elsa as a Jewish convert as an ActorAllusion to Idina Menzel.


* "Agdar" and "Idunn" are almost always the names chosen for Anna and Elsa's parents when they do show up in a fanfic, based on translation of the Runic inscriptions on their gravestones. These names have since been used in licensed books with [[SpellMyNameWithAnS inconsistent spelling]] from work to work ("Agnarr" and "Iduna" are used in the Broadway version and other licensed materials).

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* "Agdar" and "Idunn" are almost always the names chosen for Anna and Elsa's parents when they do show up in a fanfic, based on translation of the Runic inscriptions on their gravestones. These names have since been used in licensed books material with [[SpellMyNameWithAnS inconsistent spelling]] from work to work ("Agnarr" and "Iduna" are used in the Broadway version and other licensed materials).



* Rapunzel and Eugene's cameo has led to the opinion that ''Frozen'' and ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' share the same universe. Additionally, since Idunn bore a suspicious resemblance to the Queen of Corona, some fans have concluded that they're sisters, and therefore Rapunzel is Elsa and Anna's cousin. Alternately, some theorize it could be King Agdar who is related to one of the rulers of Corona (usually the queen). This is taken even further with the fanon that Elsa and Anna's parents were going to Corona to attend Rapunzel and Eugene's wedding, but the ship sank outside the coast of Denmark, the shipwreck it left behind being the one [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ariel]] explores at the beginning of the film. One fan theory even believes that Rapunzel and Elsa were the sisters and that after Gothel took Rapunzel, Elsa was left with Anna's parents for safe keeping. Thus, the explanation for why they shut her out from the world. To keep her safe. Even ignoring the whole "They survived and..." parts, you'll be hard pressed to find a fanfic that doesn't present Idunn and Agdar traveling to Corona for either Rapunzel's return or her wedding when they died.

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* ''Frozen'''s relation to ''Tangled'':
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Rapunzel and Eugene's cameo has led to the opinion that ''Frozen'' and ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' share the same universe. universe.
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Additionally, since Idunn bore a suspicious resemblance to the Queen of Corona, some fans have concluded that they're sisters, and therefore Rapunzel is Elsa and Anna's cousin. Alternately, some theorize it could be King Agdar who is related to one of the rulers of Corona (usually the queen). queen).
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This is taken even further with the fanon that Elsa and Anna's parents were going to Corona to attend Rapunzel and Eugene's wedding, wedding (or, less commonly, the celebration of Rapunzel's return), but the ship sank outside the coast of Denmark, Denmark. Sometimes this is extended to the shipwreck it left behind being the one [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ariel]] explores at the beginning of the film. film.
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One fan theory even believes that Rapunzel and Elsa were the sisters and that after Gothel took Rapunzel, Elsa was left with Anna's parents for safe keeping. Thus, the explanation for why they shut her out from the world. To keep her safe. Even ignoring the whole "They survived and..." parts, you'll be hard pressed to find a fanfic that doesn't present Idunn and Agdar traveling to Corona for either Rapunzel's return or her wedding when they died.



* There's a divide amongst fans on whether Elsa worships the [[AmbiguouslyChristian Christian]] God or if she worships pagan gods, though either one is acceptable. You're more likely to see Elsa worshipping Nordic gods, however. OhMyGods is used in many fan-works.

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* There's a divide amongst fans on whether Elsa worships the [[AmbiguouslyChristian Christian]] God or if she worships pagan gods, though either one is acceptable. You're more likely to see Elsa worshipping Nordic gods, however. OhMyGods is used in many fan-works. If Elsa is Christian, then Lutheran is usually the answer to what type she is. More rarely, you'll see Elsa as a Jewish convert as an ActorAllusion to Idina Menzel.



* Most fanworks have Elsa switching between fabric clothes and ice clothes in her everyday life. The circumstances differ from fic to fic though: Sometimes she wears fabric clothes in only formal situations, other times she only wears fabric clothes while doing queenly things and wears ice gowns when relaxing, while other fans opt to have her wear ice gowns only on rare occasions and wear fabric on default. Most supplementary material completely avoids this topic by [[LimitedWardrobe only depicting her in her one ice gown]], although ChristmasSpecial ''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' has her wearing a fabric dress for the occasion.

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* Most fanworks fan-works have Elsa switching between fabric clothes and ice clothes in her everyday life. The circumstances differ from fic to fic though: Sometimes she wears fabric clothes in only formal situations, other times she only wears fabric clothes while doing queenly things and wears ice gowns when relaxing, while other fans opt to have her wear ice gowns only on rare occasions and wear fabric on default. Most supplementary material completely avoids this topic by [[LimitedWardrobe only depicting her in her one ice gown]], although ChristmasSpecial ''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' has her wearing a fabric dress for the occasion.



* Also some fans believe that in between the time that Elsa goes to her new room and the coronation, the sisters have not seen each other at all. Judging from Anna's awareness that Elsa "wore gloves all the time," it seems that she did see her sister from time to time.

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* Also some Many fans believe that in between the time that Elsa goes to her new room and the coronation, the sisters have not seen each other at all. Judging from Anna's awareness that Elsa "wore gloves all the time," it seems that she did see her sister from time to time.



* In fan-works, it's commonly mentioned that others thought Elsa was shut inside the castle for illness reasons. Her pallid appearance and constant glove wearing doesn't help the image. It is mentioned in the film that Anna had speculated the reason Elsa wore gloves was [[NeatFreak "maybe she has a thing about dirt."]]

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* In fan-works, it's commonly mentioned that others thought Elsa was shut inside the castle for illness reasons. Her pallid appearance and constant glove wearing doesn't help the image. It is mentioned in the film that Anna had speculated the reason Elsa wore gloves was [[NeatFreak "maybe she has a thing about dirt."]]"]]
* Elsa views her snow creations as her offspring.


* The notion that Anna and Elsa often share a bed post-movie is ever-present in the fandom. Because they want to spend time together, and often because of nightmares, one often sneaks into the others room at night. Many works even have one permanently move into the other's room (usually Anna into Elsa's).

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* The notion that Anna and Elsa often share a bed post-movie is ever-present in the fandom. Because they want to spend time together, and often because of nightmares, [[FrightInducedBunkmate nightmares]], one often sneaks into the others room at night. Many works even have one permanently move into the other's room (usually Anna into Elsa's).

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