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'''[[Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned Because this is a WMG page for a sequel, spoilers on this page for the previous franchise installments are UNMARKED.]] This will give away what happens in the first film and shorts.'''



** The fire mentioned in the previous WMG entry could instead be from Anna if she really does have repressed fire powers. Remember the first film shows that family love is as strong than romantic love...


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** The fire mentioned in the previous WMG entry could instead be from Anna if she really does have repressed fire powers. Remember the first film shows that family love is as strong than as romantic love...




** Maybe the couple were washed up on the shore of a European country (most likely further north of Norway or in Iceland, but possibly Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain or Portugal), which would likely have a fictional name. They may have been separated; perhaps Iduna endured better than Agnarr thanks to her better experience at sea. Agnarr takes longer to recover, and Iduna does her best to find some help. [[spoiler: HisStoryRepeatsItself for Agnarr - another dangerous situation with the elements - he and Iduna once ran away from a blazing fire in the forest; they also escape the shipwreck from a storm at sea, about 25 years later...!]]

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** Maybe the couple were washed up on the shore of a European country (most likely further north of Norway or in Iceland, but possibly Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain or Portugal), which would likely have a fictional name. They may have been separated; perhaps Iduna endured better than Agnarr thanks to her better experience at sea. Agnarr takes longer to recover, and Iduna does her best to find some help. [[spoiler: HisStoryRepeatsItself for Agnarr - another dangerous situation with the elements - elements. Maybe he and Iduna once ran away from a blazing fire in the forest; they also escape the shipwreck from a storm at sea, about 25 years later...!]]!



** It turns out the Frozen II trailers do feature a girl who is AmbiguouslyBrown. Perhaps she meets Elsa, Anna, and company. [[spoiler: or Iduna will return to Arendelle at the end because that's her!]]

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** It turns out the Frozen II trailers do feature a girl who is AmbiguouslyBrown. Perhaps she meets Elsa, Anna, and company. [[spoiler: or Or maybe she's Iduna and will return to Arendelle at the end because that's her!]]Arendelle!



Suppose he and Elsa do go through an EnemyMine scenario, Hans claims he's only trying to seek redemption. Elsa initially doesn't believe him but knows she needs his help. He eventually double-crosses her, saying he's only trying to redeem himself to his father, but when Elsa points out that his father doesn't love him, Hans snaps at her and leaves in a huff. He comes across a trap set by his family, revealing that his father lied about giving Hans a chance at redemption just to lure him to his death. Broken by this, Hans doesn't bother fighting back, [[BigDamnHeroes but is saved by Elsa of all people]]. [[EvilCannotComprehendGood He questions why she'd save his life]] after all he ever did to her and Elsa counters that while she does hate him for everything he's done, [[spoiler: including trying to kill her]], it's not enough to want to see him murdered. She tells him to leave and that she never wants to see him again. [[HeelRealization Alone, Hans tries to rationalize everything that's happened]], trying to find some way of thinking it through the way his father wants him to see things — how people use each other, only the fittest survive, and compassion is weakness — before finally realizing his father's twisted way of thinking, which he never liked in the first place, is morally and fundamentally wrong. He realizes that he's the villain of the story, that love is not a weakness as Anna and Elsa live far happier lives than him and he's become someone he never wanted to be and yet someone who has a valid reason for hating him saved him, and he breaks down as a result. Deciding to at least help Elsa one last time, Hans goes into self-imposed exile. Assuming there is new magic introduced, it will reveal to Elsa Hans's life before coming to Arendelle, revealing that he UsedToBeASweetKid and his father's treatment was pure evil. Hans tells her that he's not the Machiavellian mastermind everyone in Arendelle thinks he is, he's just too desperate for a better life, and that he resorted to his family's schemes, so as a result, he hates himself more than everyone else does. Elsa, actually having sympathy for him, suggests he can change. Hans counters he DID change, he used to be a good person, but he was so eager to be a good man with bad people than he became a bad man to good people, hurting civilians for his father and almost killing a good family to escape. He feels there is no redemption for him and that despite admitting he's sorry for what he did, there's no point seeking forgiveness when he feels he doesn't deserve it. Elsa tries one last time to help him reconsider, but he responds by asking if she could ever forgive him. Elsa, after trying to think it over, responds that she doesn't know. Hans muses that it's not what he wanted to hear but it's better than what he expected before deciding to continue his exile. And as a mirror to how in the film the perception of Hans's character changed when he betrays Anna, this would ultimately change how Elsa sees him, as she leaves she says he shouldn't give up hope, he counters "Oh, I already have". This time, instead of the old smug and sinister Hans, it's now replaced with a Hans that's now totally broken and weak.

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Suppose he and Elsa do go through an EnemyMine scenario, Hans claims he's only trying to seek redemption. Elsa initially doesn't believe him but knows she needs his help. He eventually double-crosses her, saying he's only trying to redeem himself to his father, but when Elsa points out that his father doesn't love him, Hans snaps at her and leaves in a huff. He comes across a trap set by his family, revealing that his father lied about giving Hans a chance at redemption just to lure him to his death. Broken by this, Hans doesn't bother fighting back, [[BigDamnHeroes but is saved by Elsa of all people]]. [[EvilCannotComprehendGood He questions why she'd save his life]] after all he ever did to her and Elsa counters that while she does hate him for everything he's done, [[spoiler: including trying to kill her]], her, it's not enough to want to see him murdered. She tells him to leave and that she never wants to see him again. [[HeelRealization Alone, Hans tries to rationalize everything that's happened]], trying to find some way of thinking it through the way his father wants him to see things — how people use each other, only the fittest survive, and compassion is weakness — before finally realizing his father's twisted way of thinking, which he never liked in the first place, is morally and fundamentally wrong. He realizes that he's the villain of the story, that love is not a weakness as Anna and Elsa live far happier lives than him and he's become someone he never wanted to be and yet someone who has a valid reason for hating him saved him, and he breaks down as a result. Deciding to at least help Elsa one last time, Hans goes into self-imposed exile. Assuming there is new magic introduced, it will reveal to Elsa Hans's life before coming to Arendelle, revealing that he UsedToBeASweetKid and his father's treatment was pure evil. Hans tells her that he's not the Machiavellian mastermind everyone in Arendelle thinks he is, he's just too desperate for a better life, and that he resorted to his family's schemes, so as a result, he hates himself more than everyone else does. Elsa, actually having sympathy for him, suggests he can change. Hans counters he DID change, he used to be a good person, but he was so eager to be a good man with bad people than he became a bad man to good people, hurting civilians for his father and almost killing a good family to escape. He feels there is no redemption for him and that despite admitting he's sorry for what he did, there's no point seeking forgiveness when he feels he doesn't deserve it. Elsa tries one last time to help him reconsider, but he responds by asking if she could ever forgive him. Elsa, after trying to think it over, responds that she doesn't know. Hans muses that it's not what he wanted to hear but it's better than what he expected before deciding to continue his exile. And as a mirror to how in the film the perception of Hans's character changed when he betrays Anna, this would ultimately change how Elsa sees him, as she leaves she says he shouldn't give up hope, he counters "Oh, I already have". This time, instead of the old smug and sinister Hans, it's now replaced with a Hans that's now totally broken and weak.



Sven the reindeer is the underrated animal companion of Kristoff. He is rather clever, for an animal. Elsa and Anna seem to understand the messages given by Sven in a clearer way than Kristoff does, as shown in Olaf's Frozen Adventure [[spoiler: when Olaf gets attacked by wolves, and Sven rushes back to the others and tries to represent the idea that Olaf needs to be found.]]

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Sven the reindeer is the underrated animal companion of Kristoff. He is rather clever, for an animal. Elsa and Anna seem to understand the messages given by Sven in a clearer way than Kristoff does, as shown in Olaf's Frozen Adventure [[spoiler: when Olaf gets attacked by wolves, and Sven rushes back to the others and tries to represent the idea that Olaf needs to be found.]]



* There are two unnamed characters in the teaser trailer; they are probably not really new, either. They are likely Anna and Elsa's parents- Agnarr and Iduna. They may hopefully become [[AscendedExtra more important in this sequel.]] Their occasional appearances as the two younger characters featured in the the teaser trailer; Iduna is the first full trailer and both in the second full trailer, highlights that they will at least get a {{Flashback}} in ''Disney/FrozenII''.

Guesses have swarmed. Queen Iduna in a flashback? Iduna had light skin, blue eyes, and brown hair. This girl has brown hair, but appears to be AmbiguouslyBrown with darker eyes. It ''could'' be some sort of RaceLift that changed her eye colour.

* Elsa's love interest? She seems too young in the trailer, but maybe this is a flashback and we're in for a ChildhoodFriendRomance?
** People suggest that she is around 12-14 years old, based on how young people develop now. In 1800s Norway, females reached that level of development at around 17-19 years old, which is most likely the girl's age.

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* There are two unnamed characters in the teaser trailer; but they are probably might not be not really new, either. They are likely Anna and Elsa's parents- Agnarr and Iduna. They may hopefully become [[AscendedExtra more important in this sequel.]] Their occasional appearances as the two younger characters featured in the the teaser trailer; Iduna is the first full trailer and both in the second full trailer, highlights that they will at least get a {{Flashback}} in ''Disney/FrozenII''.

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Guesses have swarmed. Queen Iduna in a flashback? (With the boy being a young King Angarr?) Iduna had light skin, blue eyes, and brown hair. This girl has brown hair, but appears to be AmbiguouslyBrown with darker eyes. It ''could'' be some sort of RaceLift that changed her eye colour.

* Elsa's love interest? She seems They both seem too young in the trailer, but maybe this is a flashback and we're in for a ChildhoodFriendRomance?
** People suggest that she the girl is around 12-14 years old, based on how young people develop now. In 1800s Norway, females reached that level of development at around 17-19 years old, which is most likely the girl's age.



* Or he could be the son of Kristoff and Anna (in a flash-forward. (Blond father, blond maternal grandfather, there's a 50/50 chance their kid could be blond.)

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* Or he The boy could be the son of Kristoff and Anna (in a flash-forward. (Blond father, blond maternal grandfather, there's a 50/50 chance their kid could be blond.)



** This a flashback- Iduna and Agnarr could have returned the same elemental forest after the shipwreck (closer to the action in Frozen).[[spoiler: The parents were intending to travel across the Dark Sea to get to the river Ahtohallan.]]

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** This a flashback- Iduna and Agnarr could have returned gone to the same elemental forest after the shipwreck. Maybe after the shipwreck (closer to the action in Frozen).[[spoiler: The parents were intending to travel across the Dark Sea they attempt to get to the river Ahtohallan.]]
their destination on foot.



* IWantSong: One of Elsa's songs in Frozen II, probably titled ''Into the Unknown'', will likely be this, based on [[spoiler: these lyrics from a doll: "Don't you know there's part of me that longs to go...into the unknown!"]]

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* IWantSong: One of Elsa's songs in Frozen II, probably titled ''Into the Unknown'', will likely be this, based on [[spoiler: these lyrics from a doll: "Don't you know there's part of me that longs to go...into the unknown!"]]
unknown!"


* Hans' backstory, possibly taken from ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'', showing how abusive his brothers were and how neglectful and unfeeling his father is, possibly through his good brother Lars. This causes Elsa to have a slight MyGodWhatHaveIDone when she realizes she sent Hans to a FateWorseThanDeath. It's not enough to forgive him, but she realizes why he's such a messed up person and consider helping him reform. Should this happen, the sequel can add the popular theory on [[spoiler: Elsa knowing Hans was about to kill her]], admitting she felt she deserved her fate and that's why she didn't react until Anna stepped in. Should this happen, it will cause Hans to start his HeelRealization.

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* Hans' backstory, possibly taken from ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'', showing how abusive his brothers were and how neglectful and unfeeling his father is, possibly through his good brother Lars. This causes Elsa to have a slight MyGodWhatHaveIDone when she realizes she sent Hans to a FateWorseThanDeath. It's not enough to forgive him, but she realizes why he's such a messed up person and consider helping him reform. Should this happen, the sequel can add the popular theory on [[spoiler: that Elsa knowing knew Hans was about to kill her]], her, admitting she felt she deserved her fate and that's why she didn't react until Anna stepped in. Should this happen, it will cause Hans to start his HeelRealization.



[[spoiler: The parents were intending to travel across the Dark Sea to get to the river Ahtohallan- a river full of memory, potentially holding the answers to Elsa's magic, and lots more. The shipwreck is discovered nearby as the sisters go on their journey north in Frozen II.]]



** Agdr and Iduna eventually reveal that they were monarchs of the Royal Family of Arendelle previously. They tell many stories of Elsa and Anna.

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** Agdr Agdar and Iduna eventually reveal that they were monarchs of the Royal Family of Arendelle previously. They tell many stories of Elsa and Anna.





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\n* [[spoiler: Partially confirmed, at least the part about finding out more about what happened to the parents on their voyage. The parents were intending to travel across the Dark Sea to get to the river Ahtohallan- a river full of memory, potentially holding the answers to Elsa's magic, and lots more. The shipwreck is discovered nearby as the sisters go on their journey north in Frozen II.]]



It will be six years in-universe since the disappearance of the Agnarr and Iduna (and it's been almost 6 years since the release of Frozen!), but given these two and, Elsa especially, how long they hold onto things that hurt them like that, they will not have moved on as much as it seems.

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It will be six years in-universe since the disappearance of the Agnarr and Iduna (and it's been almost 6 years since the release of Frozen!), Iduna, but given these two and, Elsa especially, how long they hold onto things that hurt them like that, they will not have moved on as much as it seems.



* It's been said by fans at test screenings that the two 'new' characters in the teaser trailer are Iduna and Agnarr.


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* It's been said by fans at test screenings that the two 'new' characters in the teaser trailer are Iduna [[spoiler:Iduna and Agnarr.

Agnarr.]]



[[spoiler: Iduna and Agnarr travelled across the Dark Sea (fictional; between Norway and Iceland) to get to their destination, the river Ahtohallan. They decided to go on behalf of Elsa to find answers about her powers- El


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[[spoiler: Iduna and Agnarr travelled across the Dark Sea (fictional; between Norway and Iceland) to get to their destination, the river Ahtohallan. They decided to go on behalf of Elsa to find answers about her powers- El




The main plot could take place in the Southern Isles, which was briefly shown in ''Frozen Fever'' At best, the beginning and end will feature Arendelle.

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The main plot could take place in the Southern Isles, which was briefly shown in ''Frozen Fever'' Fever''. A great majority of the film will show the kingdom as a {{Foil}} to Arendelle, with poverty, strict laws and people who have an extreme dislike of royalty because of their king. At best, the beginning and end will feature Arendelle.


In ''Frozen II'', the sisters, along with Olaf, Kristoff and Sven will go on travels that are "far out of Arendelle". This is most likely to be another the place (with a pseudonym like Arendelle [[spoiler: - the people of the Enchanted Forest are the Northuldra]]) in Europe, but it could be anywhere.

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In ''Frozen II'', the sisters, along with Olaf, Kristoff and Sven will go on travels that are "far out of Arendelle". This is most likely to be another the place (with a pseudonym like Arendelle [[spoiler: - the people of the Enchanted Forest are called the Northuldra]]) in Europe, but it could be anywhere.



* Why the Duke of Weselton is so against magic and why he seemed eager for Elsa to die. In the TieInNovel ''Across The Sea'', he has a family and is in some way grateful when Elsa ends the heatwave, so he'd realize Elsa isn't a monster should he try to make amends. Perhaps in this film, he asks Elsa and Anna to forgive him for his previous accusations. They do forgive the duke, as long as he tells them more about the kingdom of [[spoiler:Northuldra]] and how Weselton joined Arendelle long ago.

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* Why the Duke of Weselton is so against magic and why he seemed eager for Elsa to die. In the TieInNovel ''Across The Sea'', he has a family and is in some way grateful when Elsa ends the heatwave, so he'd realize Elsa isn't a monster should he try to make amends. Perhaps in this film, he asks Elsa and Anna to forgive him for his previous accusations. They do forgive the duke, as long as he tells them more about the kingdom of [[spoiler:Northuldra]] people called [[spoiler:the Northuldra]] and how Weselton joined Arendelle long ago.



[[spoiler: At D23 Expo 2019, it has just been confirmed that Evan voices Iduna and Sterling voices Matthias!]]


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[[spoiler: At *At D23 Expo 2019, it has just been was confirmed that Evan Rachel Wood voices Iduna and Sterling K Brown voices Matthias!]]

Mattias.




The main plot could take place mostly in the Southern Isles, which was briefly shown in ''Frozen Fever''. A great majority of the film will show the kingdom as a {{Foil}} to Arendelle, with poverty, strict laws and people who have an extreme dislike of royalty because of their king. At best, the beginning and end will feature Arendelle.

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The main plot could take place mostly in the Southern Isles, which was briefly shown in ''Frozen Fever''. A great majority of the film will show the kingdom as a {{Foil}} to Arendelle, with poverty, strict laws and people who have an extreme dislike of royalty because of their king. Fever'' At best, the beginning and end will feature Arendelle.



* Instead, the Frozen sequel could explore a completely new place in the world (under a fictional name). Somewhere that has a warm, exotic climate in Europe or Asia. Maybe Elsa will discover the location of her parents (who may have survived their shipwreck)!



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* Instead, the Frozen sequel could explore a completely new place in the world (under a fictional name). Somewhere that has a warm, exotic climate in Europe or Asia. Maybe Elsa will discover the location of her parents (who may have survived the shipwreck)!
[[spoiler: Iduna and Agnarr travelled across the Dark Sea (fictional; between Norway and Iceland) to get to
their shipwreck)!


destination, the river Ahtohallan. They decided to go on behalf of Elsa to find answers about her powers- El




* Elsa and Anna may discover more magical humans in the sequel. There will definitely be at least two new characters; maybe one of them possesses magic of some sort.

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* Elsa and Anna may discover more magical humans in the sequel. There will definitely be at least two some new characters; maybe one of them possesses possessing magic of some sort.



[[spoiler: The parents were intending to travel across the Dark Sea to get to the river Ahtohallan- a river full of memory, potentially holding the answers to Elsa's magic, and lots more. The shipwreck is discovered nearby as the sisters go on their journey north in Frozen II.]]



Granted, her parents were dealing with things neither of them were ever prepared for, and they both were still rather young parents who were also likely stressed over keeping their kingdom safe, and after Grand Pabbie's visions, also were facing the possibility that Arendelle might want to harm their first daughter should they find out about her powers. So they acted, with fear guiding their judgement. And fear was the enemy. So much in ''Frozen'' happened because of Agnarr and Iduna. And so far, there has been nothing addressing this in the movie canon.

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Granted, her parents were dealing with things neither of them were ever particularly prepared for, and they both were still rather young parents who were also likely stressed over keeping their kingdom safe, and after Grand Pabbie's visions, also were facing the possibility that Arendelle might want to harm their first daughter should they find out about her powers. So they acted, with fear guiding their judgement. And fear was the enemy. So much in ''Frozen'' happened because of Agnarr and Iduna. And so far, there has been nothing addressing this in the movie canon.



It will be six years in-universe since the disappearance of the Agnarr and Iduna, but given these two and, Elsa especially, how long they hold onto things that hurt them like that, they will not have moved on as much as it seems.

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It will be six years in-universe since the disappearance of the Agnarr and Iduna, Iduna (and it's been almost 6 years since the release of Frozen!), but given these two and, Elsa especially, how long they hold onto things that hurt them like that, they will not have moved on as much as it seems.



Obviously, neither Agnarr or Iduna blamed Elsa for anything, except for that one moment of raw emotion. In that one, tense moment, those words slipped out of Agnarr’s mouth. But that one little slip up was enough. And Elsa has to ask herself how exactly she feels about it, because while they may never have done anything to outwardly cast blame on her again, they did have that moment. And that moment could arguably carry more weight because they were acting on instinct, then, and didn’t have the time to put any thought behind their words or actions. And when they did have the time, their solution was to run and hide from their problems.\\

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Obviously, neither Agnarr or Iduna blamed Elsa for anything, except for that one moment of raw emotion. In that one, tense moment, when those words slipped out of Agnarr’s mouth.mouth: ''Elsa, what have you done? This is getting out of hand!''. But that one little slip up was enough. And Elsa has to ask herself how exactly she feels about it, because while they may never have done anything to outwardly cast blame on her again, they did have that moment. And that moment could arguably carry more weight because they were acting on instinct, then, and didn’t have the time to put any thought behind their words or actions. And when they did have the time, their solution was to run and hide from their problems.\\



Elsa needs to look back on her parents’ decisions and ask herself if it really was ok, if it really was for the best. Did they really think everything through, or were there more questions they could have asked but didn’t? Could things have been better had they acted differently? After all, it wasn’t until three years after their deaths that Elsa allowed Anna back into her life, and that was only because Elsa's powers got exposed to the kingdom. It wasn’t until they were gone that things eventually returned to a much happier state. Were they standing in the way of Elsa’s happiness?

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Elsa needs to look back on her parents’ decisions and ask herself if it really was ok, okay, if it really was for the best. Did they really think everything through, or were there more questions they could have asked but didn’t? Could things have been better had they acted differently? After all, it wasn’t until three years after their deaths that Elsa allowed Anna back into her life, and that was only because Elsa's powers got exposed to the kingdom. It wasn’t until they were gone that things eventually returned to a much happier state. Were they standing in the way of Elsa’s happiness?



* It's been said by fans at test screenings [[spoiler: that the two 'new' characters in the teaser trailer are Iduna and Agnarr.]]

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* It's been said by fans at test screenings [[spoiler: that the two 'new' characters in the teaser trailer are Iduna and Agnarr.]]
Agnarr.




** Also, since theys know very well that Elsa powers don't just come from her hands, it doesn't make much sense for the parents to make those kinds of shackles specifically for her.

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** Also, since theys they both know very well that Elsa powers don't just come from her hands, it doesn't make much sense for the parents to make those kinds of shackles specifically for her.



[[WMG: Anna doesn't actually have ''all'' that wavy hair in Frozen II..]]

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[[WMG: Anna doesn't actually have ''all'' that wavy hair in Frozen II..]]
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* Maybe the previously greedy duke is set to change his ways. He could be getting used to magic and the unknown [[spoiler: and remembers when the people of Arendelle built a well known as "The Unknown", perhaps to block the elements.]] He could give some sort of clue as to where the source of magic is, which could help Elsa and the others on their journey to [[spoiler: Northuldra]] and the Enchanted Lands.

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* Maybe the previously greedy duke is set to change his ways. He could be getting used to magic and the unknown [[spoiler: and remembers when the people of Arendelle built a well known as "The Unknown", perhaps to block the elements.]] He could give some sort of clue as to where the source of magic is, which could help Elsa and the others on their journey to [[spoiler: Northuldra]] and the Enchanted Lands.



[[WMG: Yelana was ConnectedAllAlong to Elsa and Anna.]]

* Yelana is the elder leader of the Northuldra. She could be related to Elsa and Anna as their grandmother. Iduna lived in the Enchanted Forest, home to the Northuldra, so maybe Yelana is her mother. The books also show her to be a motherly figure to the sisters, perhaps indicating that they are more than new acquaintances.

* Honeymaren and Ryder may also be related to the sisters. They might be their cousins- Iduna may have a brother or sister who are Honeymaren and Ryder's parents.



* There are two unnamed characters in the teaser trailer; they are probably not really new, either. They are likely Anna and Elsa's parents- Agnarr and Iduna. They may hopefully become [[AscendedExtra more important in this sequel.]] Their occasional appearances in merchandise leaks (as the two younger characters featured in the initial trailer) highlight that they will at least get a {{Flashback}} in ''Disney/FrozenII''

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* There are two unnamed characters in the teaser trailer; they are probably not really new, either. They are likely Anna and Elsa's parents- Agnarr and Iduna. They may hopefully become [[AscendedExtra more important in this sequel.]] Their occasional appearances in merchandise leaks (as as the two younger characters featured in the initial trailer) highlight the teaser trailer; Iduna is the first full trailer and both in the second full trailer, highlights that they will at least get a {{Flashback}} in ''Disney/FrozenII''
''Disney/FrozenII''.



* Possibly a TomboyPrincess. Even though she dresses very simply, she wears a purple belt. GracefulLadiesLikePurple. Maybe the girl met Queen Iduna when they washed up from the shipwreck, who gave her the pturple belt and sashes.

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* Possibly a TomboyPrincess. Even though she dresses very simply, she wears a purple belt. GracefulLadiesLikePurple. GracefulLadiesLikePurple and PurpleIsPowerful. Maybe the girl met Queen Iduna when they washed up from the shipwreck, who gave her the pturple purple belt and sashes.






* The two are dressed in the same ColorMotif as Agnarr and Iduna, perhaps to hint that the parents are still alive there!
** This a flashback- and the parents could be back in the same elemental forest after the shipwreck (closer to the action in Frozen).

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* The two are dressed in the same ColorMotif as Agnarr and Iduna, Iduna; perhaps to hint this hints at the possiblity that the parents are still alive there!
** This a flashback- Iduna and the parents Agnarr could be back in have returned the same elemental forest after the shipwreck (closer to the action in Frozen).
Frozen).[[spoiler: The parents were intending to travel across the Dark Sea to get to the river Ahtohallan.]]



[[WMG: The shackles from the first movie will be revealed to have been created by Agnarr's father]

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[[WMG: The shackles from the first movie will be revealed to have been created by Agnarr's father]father]]


''Disney/FrozenII'', the full-length sequel of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', is currently underway. It will premiere on 20th November 2019 in France (22nd Nov.'19 for the UK and US). Many of the original cast from the 2013 film will return, and new songs will be featured. Although the plot has not been fully revealed, the first trailer for Frozen II was released on Wednesday 13th February 2019; the second was released on Tuesday 11th June 2019.
The D23 Expo 2019 Frozen II presentation confirmed a few details regarding the film, too.

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''Disney/FrozenII'', the full-length sequel of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', is currently underway. It will premiere on 20th November 2019 in France (22nd Nov.'19 for the UK and US). Many of the original cast from the 2013 film will return, and new songs will be featured. Although the plot has not been fully revealed, the first trailer for Frozen II was released on Wednesday 13th February 2019; the second was released on Tuesday 11th June 2019.
The D23 Expo 2019 Frozen II presentation confirmed a few details regarding the film, too.
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* It has recently been confirmed in the second full trailer that the young boy is Agnarr as a young prince, and it's implied the girl is the young Iduna, shown as Agnarr tells the story of him in the elemental forest.

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* It has recently been confirmed in the second full trailer that the young boy is Agnarr as a young prince, and it's implied the girl is the young Iduna, shown as Agnarr tells the story of him in the elemental forest.



** Recent merchandise images and concept art show Anna wearing a cream-yellow dress.

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** Recent merchandise Merchandise images and concept art show Anna wearing a cream-yellow dress.



** The Frozen II trailers confirm Elsa will get at least one new hairstyle, a ponytail. Elsa also wears a sky-blue jacket, and a pair of leggings (as part a sort of diving suit) to go on an adventure with! Most of her trailer scenes do show her in light blue.
** In Trailer 2, Elsa also wears a new nightgown- it is a purple or burgundy coloured dress.

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** The Frozen II trailers confirm Elsa will get at least one two new hairstyle, hairstyles, a ponytail.ponytail and loose hair. Elsa also wears a sky-blue jacket, and a pair of leggings (as part a sort of diving suit) to go on an adventure with! Most of her trailer scenes do show her in light blue.
** In Trailer 2, the first full trailer, Elsa also wears a new nightgown- it is a purple or burgundy coloured dress.



* Definitely a lot of potential here - Elsa herself raised a scene in the middle of the coronation ball by closing it down completely when she didn't like what she heard about her sister rushing into an engagement, and Anna ''did'' have a word with her about it... only to [[SorryIFellOnYourFist blame herself when Elsa attacks her over it]] and even for the EndlessWinter. She doesn't even appear angry in the immediate aftermath, just sad, although she would've died if she hadn't jumped out of the way of Elsa's spikes. Elsa seems to have grown better at handling situations she doesn't like, especially if the sequel teaser, where she displays a new tenacity, is anything to go by. Yet progress is rarely instant or linear with mental health and personal growth. And Elsa does still struggle with the same internal challenges, with some progress, in the shorts. It's possible, despite the improvement, that even Anna's patience will be tested. Especially if another character points out that she ''does'' have the right to stand up for herself. Everyone has their limits, and Anna's patience thus far verges on the unrealistic. Although being an AllLovingHero is kind of the point of her character, and she is a Disney Princess, the first ''Frozen'' went for a relatively realistic (for a fairy tale) tone. [[https://www.huffpost.com/entry/frozen-disney-animation-studios-academy_b_4612505 Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck have said they want the sisters to feel like they were "genuine" and "weren't up pedestals."]] She could reach a breaking point in the sequel if Elsa (possibly accidentally) hurts someone again and avoids confronting the problem or acts in a controlling way. Or maybe she gets upset about being isolated and no one telling her why, since that was never resolved. Especially since the big reveal was Elsa trying to hide secret ice powers. Imagine not being allowed out of your home for years (something even [[Disney/{{Tangled}} Rapunzel]] got fed up with even ''with'' being told it's for your own good) for no apparent reason. Imagine then finding out it's because years ago your older sibling accidentally seriously injured you and your family then shut you ''both'' up to protect ''the sibling''. Some people would find it pretty upsetting.\\\

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* Definitely a lot of potential here - Elsa herself raised a scene in the middle of the a coronation ball by closing it down completely when (and she didn't like did it over not liking what she heard about her sister rushing into an engagement, a relationship), and Anna ''did'' have a word with her about it... only to [[SorryIFellOnYourFist blame herself when Elsa attacks her over it]] and even for the EndlessWinter. She doesn't even appear angry in the immediate aftermath, just sad, although she would've died if she hadn't jumped out of the way of Elsa's spikes. Elsa seems to have grown better at handling situations she doesn't like, especially if the sequel teaser, where she displays a new tenacity, is anything to go by. Yet progress is rarely instant or linear with mental health and personal growth. And Elsa does still struggle with the same internal challenges, with some progress, in the shorts. It's possible, despite the improvement, that even Anna's patience will be tested. Especially if another character points out that she ''does'' have the right to stand up for herself. Everyone has their limits, and Anna's patience thus far verges on the unrealistic. Although being an AllLovingHero is kind of the point of her character, and she is a Disney Princess, the first ''Frozen'' went for a relatively realistic (for a fairy tale) tone. [[https://www.huffpost.com/entry/frozen-disney-animation-studios-academy_b_4612505 Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck have said they want the sisters to feel like they were "genuine" and "weren't up pedestals."]] She could reach a breaking point in the sequel if Elsa (possibly accidentally) hurts someone again and avoids confronting the problem or acts in a controlling way. Or maybe she gets upset about being isolated and no one telling her why, since that was never resolved. Especially since the big reveal was Elsa trying to hide secret ice powers. Imagine not being allowed out of your home for years (something even [[Disney/{{Tangled}} Rapunzel]] got fed up with even ''with'' being told it's for your own good) for no apparent reason. Imagine then finding out it's because years ago your older sibling accidentally seriously injured you and your family then shut you ''both'' up to protect ''the sibling''. Some people would find it pretty upsetting.\\\



** One of these characters is the water horse featured in the official trailer- the Nøkk.

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** One of these characters is the water horse featured in the official trailer- trailers- the Nøkk.



* Elsa's powers could get taken away (or weakened) by Anna, who has since accumulated plenty of knowledge of magic. The sisters seem quite separated in the ''Frozen II'' trailer; who knows, this could be a reason for that.

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* Elsa's powers could get taken away (or weakened) by Anna, who has since accumulated plenty of knowledge of magic. The sisters seem quite separated in the ''Frozen II'' trailer; trailers; who knows, this could be a reason for that.



* As proof, Elsa's hair will [[HairColorSpoiler change from platinum blonde to her mother's brunette]]. Her eye colour may also turn brown, since the character who is probably young Iduna from the first trailer has brown eyes.Initially, this seems like a blessing. She can finally express her feelings without indoor blizzards! However, the power has dominated her entire life, for better or worse. If she's not the Snow Queen, who is she? She has the urge to find a new identity- this time it will be for the better. If there is also danger coming from political enemies, like the Duke of Weselton or Hans' family, they see this development as a chance to take advantage because there is no threat of being turned into an ice statue when they step out of line. Of course, Elsa manages to rediscover the strength and ingenuity with her friends to save the day and has the magic returned to her. This comes with AnAesop that Elsa is much more than "Snow" and "Queen."

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* As proof, Elsa's hair will [[HairColorSpoiler change from platinum blonde to her mother's brunette]]. Her eye colour may also turn brown, since the character who is probably young Iduna from the first teaser trailer has brown eyes.eyes. Initially, this seems like a blessing. She can finally express her feelings without indoor blizzards! However, the power has dominated her entire life, for better or worse. If she's not the Snow Queen, who is she? She has the urge to find a new identity- this time it will be for the better. If there is also danger coming from political enemies, like the Duke of Weselton or Hans' family, they see this development as a chance to take advantage because there is no threat of being turned into an ice statue when they step out of line. Of course, Elsa manages to rediscover the strength and ingenuity with her friends to save the day and has the magic returned to her. This comes with AnAesop that Elsa is much more than "Snow" and "Queen."



In the second trailer for Frozen II,



However, it is ''not'' necessary. In the trailer, the fire circle that surrounds Elsa and Olaf looks pretty similar to a heart. A guess is that this will be part of a musical sequence, where Elsa is suggested to love someone romantically.

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However, it is ''not'' necessary. In the trailer, teaser, the fire circle that surrounds Elsa and Olaf looks pretty similar to a heart. A guess is that this will be part of a musical sequence, where Elsa is suggested to love someone romantically.



* She's training herself. Elsa would make a good triathlete - cycling in ''Frozen Fever'', running in both ''Frozen and the ''Frozen II'' trailer, and perhaps she will swim in the sequel, too.

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* She's training herself. Elsa would make a good triathlete - cycling in ''Frozen Fever'', running in both ''Frozen and the ''Frozen II'' trailer, trailers, and perhaps she will swim in the sequel, too.



** Her crown also resembles small leaf shapes- and lots of Frozen II seems to take place in an autumnal landscape. She may not have had autumnal powers, but likely was associated with the forest that Agnarr tells a story about at the beginning of the film. They are extremely likely to be the "new" characters who appear in the first trailer of ''Disney/FrozenII''.

* Iduna also appears for a few seconds the first full ''Frozen II'' trailer, and may have been in the teaser, too, since there's also a character in the first one who may be a younger version of her. The second full trailer featured her more prominently.

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** Her crown also resembles small leaf shapes- and lots of Frozen II seems to take place in an autumnal landscape. She may not have had autumnal powers, but likely was associated with the forest that Agnarr tells a story about at the beginning of the film. They are extremely likely to be the "new" characters who appear in the first teaser trailer of ''Disney/FrozenII''.

* Iduna also appears for a few seconds the first full ''Frozen II'' trailer, and may have been in the teaser, too, since there's also a character in the first one who may be a younger version of her. The second full trailer featured features her more prominently.



* There have been suggestions of their backstory being explored in ''Frozen II'', and sneak-peaks of the book ''The Art of Frozen II'' also seems to feature the two characters from the initial film trailer - they cannot ''just'' be bystanders.

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* There have been suggestions of their backstory being explored in ''Frozen II'', and sneak-peaks of the book ''The Art of Frozen II'' also seems to feature the two characters from the initial film teaser trailer - they cannot ''just'' be bystanders.



** It turns out the Frozen II trailer does feature a girl who is AmbiguouslyBrown. Perhaps she meets Elsa, Anna, and company. [[spoiler: or Iduna will return to Arendelle at the end because that's her!]]

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** It turns out the Frozen II trailer does trailers do feature a girl who is AmbiguouslyBrown. Perhaps she meets Elsa, Anna, and company. [[spoiler: or Iduna will return to Arendelle at the end because that's her!]]



* It's been said by fans at test screenings [[spoiler: that the two 'new' characters in the first trailer are Iduna and Agnarr.]]

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* It's been said by fans at test screenings [[spoiler: that the two 'new' characters in the first teaser trailer are Iduna and Agnarr.]]



What if Elsa’s powers only showed themselves at a certain age and Anna, as a second born, wasn’t ready to show similar abilities? The parents could observe this on Elsa for almost five years and had to deal with it somehow. Did they know more about it? We know in the Broadway musical that Iduna had connections to the trolls / fair folk. Was Agnarr frightened when his wife Iduna passed on her talents to Elsa, did he even know that? Who in Iduna’s ancestral history carried this “magic gene” and where does Iduna actually come from? What if Iduna had similar powers (which ones?) and that’s why Agnarr kept Arendelle isolated. Elsa did have that line in "Let It Go" about “A kingdom of isolation”. Did Kai and Gerda know about it and do these two perhaps come from the same place as Iduna? Is that place called Northuldra? They are the oldest servants in Arendelle and may have been for Iduna long before that. The new Dark Horse comic “Reunion Road” suggests that at least Kai has a brother in Snoob. It could be, that the new characters in ''Frozen II'' have a relationship to Kai. Kai reacts quite shocked in the new comic when the sisters approached him with questions about Snoob, and hardly wants to reveal details.

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What if Elsa’s powers only showed themselves at a certain age and Anna, as a second born, wasn’t ready to show similar abilities? The parents could observe this on Elsa for almost five years and had to deal with it somehow. Did they know more about it? We know in the Broadway musical that Iduna had connections to the trolls / fair folk. Was Agnarr frightened when his wife Iduna passed on her talents to Elsa, did he even know that? Who in Iduna’s ancestral history carried this “magic gene” and where does Iduna actually come from? What if Iduna had similar powers (which ones?) and that’s why Agnarr kept Arendelle isolated. Elsa did have that line in "Let It Go" about “A kingdom of isolation”. Did Kai and Gerda know about it and do these two perhaps come from the same place as Iduna? Is that place called Northuldra? They are the oldest servants in Arendelle and may have been for Iduna long before that. The new Dark Horse comic “Reunion Road” suggests that at least Kai has a brother in Snoob. It could be, that the new characters in ''Frozen II'' have a relationship to Kai. Kai reacts quite shocked in the new comic when the sisters approached him with questions about Snoob, and hardly wants to reveal details.



* And Anna will reject it! (Or at least Kristoff will think that, if she misinterprets his quirky proposal.) The movie will feature a "Reindeers Are Better Than People" reprise - only Anna can disappoint Kristoff like that.

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* And Anna will reject it! (Or Or at least Kristoff will think that, if she misinterprets his quirky proposal.) proposal. The movie will has been confirmed to feature a "Reindeers Are Better Than People" reprise - and we can be pretty sure only Anna Anna, as the person who got him to realize humans aren't so bad after all in the first movie, can disappoint Kristoff like that.



There are so many new reindeer featured in the new trailer- perhaps Kristoff mistook another reindeer for Sven because he seemed to be in a hurry.

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There are so many new reindeer featured in the new teaser trailer- perhaps Kristoff mistook another reindeer for Sven because he seemed to be in a hurry.


* Sven the reindeer and Anna are Kristoff's world at this point in the story. He still sees Anna as a DamselinDistress, but he acknowledges her fierce nature too.
* Kristoff could become an AgitatedItemStomping, which puts Anna off. That might be why only Olaf travels with Anna in the ice boat (presumably made by Elsa- it has her snowflake logo on it) to find Elsa, who has already set off into the unknown lands.

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* Sven the reindeer and Anna are Kristoff's world at this point in the story. He still sees Anna as a DamselinDistress, but he acknowledges her fierce nature too.
* And Anna will reject it! (Or at least Kristoff will think that, if she misinterprets his quirky proposal.) The movie will feature a "Reindeers Are Better Than People" reprise - only Anna can disappoint Kristoff like that.
**
Kristoff could become an AgitatedItemStomping, which puts Anna off. That might be why only Olaf travels with Anna in the ice boat (presumably made by Elsa- it has her snowflake logo on it) to find Elsa, who has already set off into the unknown lands.

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[[WMG: The shackles from the first movie will be revealed to have been created by Agnarr's father]
The second full trailer says Arendelle had a war with a group of people called the Northuldra. It's possible the Northuldra, or at least some of them, had magic, and Agnarr's father built the shackles not for anyone in particular, but for potential magical Northuldran enemies. This history would help explain why Agnar and Iduna were so afraid of what could happen to Elsa if people knew about her powers even more than Pabbie's warning already did. Maybe Arendellian society also had a mistrust of magic because of the war with the Northuldra, further feeding the parents' fear for Elsa's safety if her secret got out.



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[[WMG: Many revelations of the sisters Elsa and Anna will occur.]]



Whilst the official trailer (the second one) showcases what Elsa will face on her journey in a beautiful way, the initial trailer's mystery is more interesting to decipher.
* It has recently been confirmed in the newest trailer that the prince and the girl (who also appeared in the teaser trailer) are in fact Iduna and Agnarr in their youth, shown as Agnarr tells the story of him in the elemental forest.

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Whilst the official trailer (the second one) showcases what Elsa will face on her journey in a beautiful way, the initial trailer's mystery is more interesting to decipher.
* It has recently been confirmed in the newest second full trailer that the prince young boy is Agnarr as a young prince, and it's implied the girl (who also appeared in is the teaser trailer) are in fact Iduna and Agnarr in their youth, young Iduna, shown as Agnarr tells the story of him in the elemental forest.



** New images also show Elsa wearing a lavender coloured dress. She also wears a necklace [[spoiler: that looks similar to a necklace that that her mother Iduna wears in a piece of concept art as she and Prince Agnarr are shown running away from a forest fire.

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** New images also show Elsa wearing a lavender coloured dress. She also wears a necklace [[spoiler: that looks similar to a necklace that that the new young female character, who is probably her mother Iduna Iduna, wears in a piece of concept art as she and Prince Agnarr are shown running away from a forest fire.



** Perhaps Jossed. It's called Frozen 2 (Frozen II in Roman numerals). However, it might have a full title, so there's still a possibility.
Some of the more likely ones:

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** Perhaps Jossed. It's called * Frozen 2 (Frozen II in Roman numerals). However, it might have a full title, so there's still a possibility.
Some of the more likely ones:
Fusion
* Frozen II: Icy Life



* Frozen II: The Secret of Arendelle

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* Frozen II: The Secret of Arendelle
Arendelle (which has been confirmed to be the Italian title)
** Perhaps Jossed. It's called Frozen 2 (Frozen II in Roman numerals). However, it might have a full title, so there's still a possibility.



** It could have explained that the parents left in search of a magical river full of memories- called Ahtohallan, that linked to Elsa's ice powers. They wished to find a way forwards for Elsa- they partially did, because since their departure, she had to become Queen and rule Arendelle - also learning to conquer her fears. However, their missing presence left Elsa feeling that she needed to go further to bring everything to peace.
* Upon finding this out, Elsa probably planned on going north and finding the river Ahtohallan and maybe she found out that this was where her parents were going after all. The magical spirit that gave her ice powers resides there. Oddly, they took a risk and travelled on those violent seas.
** The autumn place may or may not be in Iceland- it is more likely to be the Enchanted Forest (north of Norway) in autumn weather.


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** It could have explained that the parents left in search of a an Icelandic magic compass (a vegvísir) or a magical river full of memories- called Ahtohallan, that linked to Elsa's ice powers. They wished to find a way forwards for Elsa- they partially did, because since their departure, she had to become Queen and rule Arendelle - also learning to conquer her fears. However, their missing presence left Elsa feeling that she needed to go further to bring everything to peace.
* Upon finding this out, Elsa probably planned a voyage to Iceland (to a frightening beach called Reynisfjara) or on going north and finding the river Ahtohallan and maybe she found out that this was where her parents were going after all. The magical spirit that gave her ice powers resides there. Oddly, they took a risk and travelled on those violent seas.
** The autumn place may or may not be in Iceland- it could just is more likely to be Arendelle covered in autumn weather. Or even another place even further afield!
** It
is more likely to be the Enchanted Forest (north of Norway) in autumn weather.

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** Also, since the parents know very well that Elsa powers don't just fly from her hands, it doesn't make much sense for the parents to make those kinds of shackles specifically for her.

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** Also, since the parents theys know very well that Elsa powers don't just fly come from her hands, it doesn't make much sense for the parents to make those kinds of shackles specifically for her.



Anna's doomed romance with Hans showed the problems of FourthDateMarriage and LoveAtFirstSight, and she's certainly learned from it. In a sequel, another flaw in traditional Disney logic will be taken apart: BlackAndWhiteMorality, something that was touched upon in the first movie but never really explored. Then there’s Hans, who has been confirmed as a TragicVillain. In a “Redemption of Hans storyline” Anna, in her innocence and heartbreak, will have a [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] case of BlackAndWhiteInsanity, and initially see Hans as a [[RonTheDeathEater heartless monster beyond hope]]. Her [[AnAesop personal lesson]] will be about the existence of [[BlackAndGrayMorality grey]] [[GreyAndGrayMorality morality]], and that people are never just one thing.

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Anna's doomed romance with Hans showed the problems of FourthDateMarriage and LoveAtFirstSight, and she's certainly learned from it. In a sequel, another flaw in traditional Disney logic will be taken apart: BlackAndWhiteMorality, something that was touched upon in the first movie but never really explored. Then there’s Hans, who has been confirmed as a TragicVillain. In a “Redemption of Hans storyline” Anna, in her innocence and heartbreak, will have a [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] a downplayed case of BlackAndWhiteInsanity, and initially see Hans as a [[RonTheDeathEater heartless monster beyond hope]]. Her [[AnAesop personal lesson]] will be about the existence of [[BlackAndGrayMorality grey]] [[GreyAndGrayMorality morality]], grey morality, and that people are never just one thing.



** This a flashback- and the parents could back in the same elemental forest after the shipwreck (closer to the action in Frozen).

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** This a flashback- and the parents could be back in the same elemental forest after the shipwreck (closer to the action in Frozen).


* Or it could be from Anna if she really does have repressed fire powers. Remember the first film shows that family love is as strong (or stronger) than romantic love...
** Probably {{Jossed}}. [[https://www.ign.com/articles/2019/08/25/why-frozen-2-wont-give-elsa-a-love-interest One of the songwriters revealed to journalists]] that [[spoiler:Elsa isn't going to have a love interest in the sequel]]. While that's technically compatible with this theory, it's likely that if this was going to be a major theme then anything connected with it would probably be kept tightly under wraps due to being a major spoiler.


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* Or it could be from Anna if she really does have repressed fire powers. Remember the first film shows that family love is as strong (or stronger) than
[[WMG: Alternatively,
romantic love...
love might not be brought up as an idea surrounding Elsa in the sequel.]]
** Probably {{Jossed}}. [[https://www.ign.com/articles/2019/08/25/why-frozen-2-wont-give-elsa-a-love-interest One of the songwriters revealed implied to journalists]] that [[spoiler:Elsa isn't going to have a love interest in the sequel]]. While that's technically compatible with this theory, it's likely that if this was going to be a major theme then anything connected with it would probably be kept tightly under wraps due to being a major spoiler.

spoiler.
** The fire mentioned in the previous WMG entry could instead be from Anna if she really does have repressed fire powers. Remember the first film shows that family love is as strong than romantic love...




Jossed- he is not listed as a new character's voice.

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Jossed- he is not listed as a new character's voice.


* Iduna also appears for a few seconds the second ''Frozen II'' trailer, and may have been in the first one, too, since there's also a character in the first one who may be a younger version of her. The latest trailer featured her more prominently.

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* Iduna also appears for a few seconds the second first full ''Frozen II'' trailer, and may have been in the first one, teaser, too, since there's also a character in the first one who may be a younger version of her. The latest second full trailer featured her more prominently.



Except Elsa broke out pretty easily. All she had to do was freeze the metal until it was so brittle it shattered. But who wouldn’t be able to break out so easily? Someone who can fly. Someone who would be rooted to the ground by the chains. Like Iduna is shown doing in the latest trailer. That cell in the dungeons wasn’t built for Elsa, but for her mother.

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Except Elsa broke out pretty easily. All she had to do was freeze the metal until it was so brittle it shattered. But who wouldn’t be able to break out so easily? Someone who can fly. Someone who would be rooted to the ground by the chains. Like Iduna is shown doing in the latest second full trailer. That cell in the dungeons wasn’t built for Elsa, but for her mother.



* The prince and Northuldra girl featured in the teaser trailer and the latest trailer are not actually new to Frozen -they are Iduna and Agnarr in a flashback. However, the stories that the audience find out about them may seem surprising and new.


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* The prince and Northuldra girl featured in the teaser trailer and the latest second full trailer are not actually new to Frozen -they are Iduna and Agnarr in a flashback. However, the stories that the audience find out about them may seem surprising and new.




If you've seen the latest trailer, you should hopefully have distinguished that the young Arendelle prince and the Northuldra girl are Agnarr and Iduna in flashbacks to when they were little.

* There are two unnamed characters in the first trailer; they are probably not really new, either. They are likely Anna and Elsa's parents- Agnarr and Iduna. They may hopefully become [[AscendedExtra more important in this sequel.]] Their occasional appearances in merchandise leaks (as the two younger characters featured in the initial trailer) highlight that they will at least get a WholeEpisodeFlashback in ''Disney/FrozenII''

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If you've seen the latest trailer, you should hopefully have distinguished that the young Arendelle prince and the Northuldra girl are Agnarr and Iduna in flashbacks to when they were little.

* There are two unnamed characters in the first teaser trailer; they are probably not really new, either. They are likely Anna and Elsa's parents- Agnarr and Iduna. They may hopefully become [[AscendedExtra more important in this sequel.]] Their occasional appearances in merchandise leaks (as the two younger characters featured in the initial trailer) highlight that they will at least get a WholeEpisodeFlashback {{Flashback}} in ''Disney/FrozenII''


* Based on the latest trailer, Agnarr says that the place is “as north as we can go” (in Norway-Arendelle is set quite far south). It is called the Enchanted Forest- Iduna lived here until she and the prince were separated from the Northuldra by the purple mist.

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* Based on In the latest second full trailer, Agnarr says that the place is “as north as we can go” (in Norway-Arendelle is set quite far south). It is called the Enchanted Forest- Iduna lived here until she and the prince were separated from the Northuldra by the purple mist.



Yet Anna and Elsa are considered in the dead parents camp. Here, their presumed decease actually contribute a little more to the plot of ''Frozen'' than for most of the others in this camp. If Agnarr and Iduna were alive, then Elsa might not be queen yet. Elsa not being queen means her powers would have never been revealed to the rest of the world, or to Anna. But the late King and Queen contributed more to ''Frozen'' than just kicking the bucket. It can be argued that they shaped the whole movie, as their reactions of closing the gates and limiting contact with the outside world drove the point home to a traumatized eight-year-old that she was dangerous and in danger. How they reacted when they first saw Anna cold and still on that ballroom floor reinforced to Elsa that she screwed up, big time.

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Yet Barring any possible twists from future franchise installments, Anna and Elsa are considered in the dead parents camp. Here, their presumed decease actually contribute a little more to the plot of ''Frozen'' than for most of the others in this camp. If Agnarr and Iduna were alive, then Elsa might not be queen yet. Elsa not being queen means her powers would have never been revealed to the rest of the world, or to Anna. But the late King and Queen contributed more to ''Frozen'' than just kicking the bucket. It can be argued that they shaped the whole movie, as their reactions of closing the gates and limiting contact with the outside world drove the point home to a traumatized eight-year-old that she was dangerous and in danger. How they reacted when they first saw Anna cold and still on that ballroom floor reinforced to Elsa that she screwed up, big time.



* It's very recently been said by fans at test screenings [[spoiler: that the two 'new' characters in the first trailer are Iduna and Agnarr.]]

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* It's very recently been said by fans at test screenings [[spoiler: that the two 'new' characters in the first trailer are Iduna and Agnarr.]]



[[WMG: Agnarr's father, King Runeard, was behind the problems the characters face in the sequel]]
Agnarr tells a story to little Elsa and Anna about how he went to an elemental forest, but 'something terrible' happened, and he was sent back to Arendelle. There was a meeting between the new kingdom of Arendelle and the Northuldra, but something enraged the elemental spirits of the Enchanted Forest. Ever since then, there has been an imbalance between the elements of earth, wind, fire and water. This "terrible" thing may have partly been his father's fault.

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[[WMG: Agnarr's father, King Runeard, was behind the problems the characters face in the sequel]]
Agnarr tells a story to little Elsa and Anna about how he went to an elemental forest, but 'something terrible' happened, and he was sent back to Arendelle. There was a meeting between the new kingdom of Arendelle and the Northuldra, but something enraged the elemental spirits of the Enchanted Forest. Ever since then, there has been an imbalance between the elements of earth, wind, fire and water. This "terrible" thing may have partly been his fault.

[[WMG: Alternatively, Agnarr's father was behind the problems the characters face in the sequel]]
Agnarr's story is accompanied by a flashback showing
his father's father, King Runeard, in battle. This "terrible" thing may have partly Runeard's fault.





[[folder: King Agdar and Queen Iduna]]

[[WMG: Queen Iduna will arrive back in Arendelle as the NonProtagonistResolver]]

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[[WMG: Queen Iduna will arrive back in return to Arendelle as the NonProtagonistResolver]]



[[WMG: We will learn more about King Agdar and Queen Iduna; their lives before Anna and Elsa.]]

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[[WMG: We will learn more about King Agdar Agnarr and Queen Iduna; their lives before Anna and Elsa.]]



* Agdar was born royal; he was supposedly the prince of Arendelle. Iduna was from a Sami background; in the Frozen Broadway adaptaion, she mentions that she is " a child of the 'Northern Nomads' ".

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* Agdar Agnarr was born royal; he was supposedly the prince of Arendelle. Iduna was from a Sami background; in the Frozen Broadway adaptaion, she mentions that she is " a child of the 'Northern Nomads' ".



* Perhaps Agdar and Iduna had nothing to do with Rapunzel's wedding; they were just going to Iceland (no, not the shop... although that slogan #Power of Frozen may link to the film..!)
* Another possibility is that their deaths weren't an accident. Someone might have expected a storm that could prove fatal for voyagers on the North Sea. The day that Agdar and Iduna left might have been specifically chosen. If a new character such as Hans' father becomes the sequel's BigBad, he may have ordered their deaths for criticizing his rule when they showed up for possible trade negotiations, thus being the one truly responsible for all the mess that's occurred since their deaths.
* The parents will almost certainly be more significant in the Frozen sequel, and it would be marvellous if they were to return- also increasing the likeliness for the root cause of Elsa's ice powers to be revealed. Agdar and Iduna have just been put aside for now, but they're shown in Olaf's Frozen Adventure through a flashback memory, suggesting they may still play a key role later on.

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* Perhaps Agdar Agnarr and Iduna had nothing to do with Rapunzel's wedding; they were just going to Iceland (no, not the shop... although that slogan #Power of Frozen may link to the film..!)
* Another possibility is that their deaths weren't an accident. Someone might have expected a storm that could prove fatal for voyagers on the North Sea. The day that Agdar Agnarr and Iduna left might have been specifically chosen. If a new character such as Hans' father becomes the sequel's BigBad, he may have ordered their deaths for criticizing his rule when they showed up for possible trade negotiations, thus being the one truly responsible for all the mess that's occurred since their deaths.
* The parents will almost certainly be more significant in the Frozen sequel, and it would be marvellous if they were to return- also increasing the likeliness for the root cause of Elsa's ice powers to be revealed. Agdar Agnarr and Iduna have just been put aside for now, but they're shown in Olaf's Frozen Adventure through a flashback memory, suggesting they may still play a key role later on.



** Maybe the couple were washed up on the shore of a European country (most likely further north of Norway or in Iceland, but possibly Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain or Portugal), which would likely have a fictional name. They may have been separated; perhaps Iduna endured better than Agdar thanks to her better experience at sea. Agdar takes longer to recover, and Iduna does her best to find some help. [[spoiler: HisStoryRepeatsItself for Agdar - another dangerous situation with the elements - he and Iduna once ran away from a blazing fire in the forest; they also escape the shipwreck from a storm at sea, about 25 years later...!]]
** She meets some of the new characters. They are from an ethnic minority (maybe the Sami people), and are slightly older than Elsa. By following their way of life, even within poverty, Iduna (and Agdar, when he recovers) thoroughly acknowledge the family and the citizens of this awe-inspiring place.
** It turns out the Frozen II trailer does feature a girl who is AmbiguouslyBrown. Perhaps she meets Elsa, Anna, and company. [[spoiler: or Iduna will return to Arendelle at the end, because that's her!]]

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** Maybe the couple were washed up on the shore of a European country (most likely further north of Norway or in Iceland, but possibly Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain or Portugal), which would likely have a fictional name. They may have been separated; perhaps Iduna endured better than Agdar Agnarr thanks to her better experience at sea. Agdar Agnarr takes longer to recover, and Iduna does her best to find some help. [[spoiler: HisStoryRepeatsItself for Agdar Agnarr - another dangerous situation with the elements - he and Iduna once ran away from a blazing fire in the forest; they also escape the shipwreck from a storm at sea, about 25 years later...!]]
** She meets some of the new characters. They are could be from an ethnic minority (maybe the Sami people), Northuldra, like Iduna and are slightly older than Elsa. By following their way of life, even within poverty, Iduna (and Agdar, Agnarr, when he recovers) thoroughly acknowledge the family and the citizens of this awe-inspiring place.
** It turns out the Frozen II trailer does feature a girl who is AmbiguouslyBrown. Perhaps she meets Elsa, Anna, and company. [[spoiler: or Iduna will return to Arendelle at the end, end because that's her!]]



** Agdar and Iduna eventually reveal that they were monarchs of the Royal Family of Arendelle previously. They tell many stories of Elsa and Anna.
** About 6 years since leaving, they will both return to Arendelle, thanking and/or blessing the family they spent those years with. Or perhaps Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven find their destination, which leads them to find Agdar and Iduna, alive and well.

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** Agdar Agdr and Iduna eventually reveal that they were monarchs of the Royal Family of Arendelle previously. They tell many stories of Elsa and Anna.
** About 6 years since leaving, they will both return to Arendelle, thanking and/or blessing the family they spent those years with. Or perhaps Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven find their destination, which leads them to find Agdar Agnarr and Iduna, alive and well.



** Alternatively, since it would be unlikely if they tried to backtrack and just redo Agdar's coronation, Elsa stays as queen for life, and her parents find it chucklesome and amazing to see their daughter is grown up and a happy ruler of the kingdom now. They are very proud of all the challenges being overcome by everyone.



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** Alternatively, since it would be unlikely if they tried to backtrack and just redo Agdar's Agnarr's coronation, Elsa stays as queen for life, and her parents find it chucklesome and amazing to see their daughter is grown up and a happy ruler of the kingdom now. They are very proud of all the challenges being overcome by everyone.





** However, these two Disney parents contribute largely to Frozen despite the lack of screentime. It's likely that they will appear more in Frozen II, at least in flashbacks. [[spoiler: Frozen II actually begins with a flashback to Elsa, Anna, Agdar and Iduna. Agdar tells his daughters about a scary story that happened to him. The girls are frightened, in a good way, and Iduna laughs light-heartedly.]]

And Anna and Elsa are considered in the dead parents camp. Here, their presumed decease actually contribute a little more to the plot of ''Frozen'' than for most of the others in this camp. If Agdar and Iduna were alive, then Elsa might not be queen. Elsa not being queen means her powers would have never been revealed to the rest of the world, or to Anna. But the late King and Queen contributed more to ''Frozen'' than just kicking the bucket. It can be argued that they shaped the whole movie, as their reactions of closing the gates and limiting contact with the outside world drove the point home to a traumatized eight-year-old that she was dangerous and in danger. How they reacted when they first saw Anna cold and still on that ballroom floor reinforced to Elsa that she screwed up, big time.

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** However, these two Disney parents contribute largely to Frozen despite the lack of screentime. It's likely that they will appear more in Frozen II, at least in flashbacks. [[spoiler: Frozen II actually begins with a flashback to Elsa, Anna, Agdar Agnarr and Iduna. Agdar Agnarr tells his daughters about a scary story that happened to him. The girls are frightened, in a good way, and Iduna laughs light-heartedly.]]

And
light-heartedly.

Yet
Anna and Elsa are considered in the dead parents camp. Here, their presumed decease actually contribute a little more to the plot of ''Frozen'' than for most of the others in this camp. If Agdar Agnarr and Iduna were alive, then Elsa might not be queen.queen yet. Elsa not being queen means her powers would have never been revealed to the rest of the world, or to Anna. But the late King and Queen contributed more to ''Frozen'' than just kicking the bucket. It can be argued that they shaped the whole movie, as their reactions of closing the gates and limiting contact with the outside world drove the point home to a traumatized eight-year-old that she was dangerous and in danger. How they reacted when they first saw Anna cold and still on that ballroom floor reinforced to Elsa that she screwed up, big time.



Granted, her parents were dealing with things neither of them were ever prepared for, and they both were still rather young parents who were also likely stressed over keeping their kingdom safe, and after Grand Pabbie's visions, also were facing the possibility that Arendelle might want to harm their first daughter should they find out about her powers. So they acted, with fear guiding their judgement. And fear was the enemy. So much in ''Frozen'' happened because of Agdar and Iduna. And so far, there has been nothing addressing this in the movie canon.

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Granted, her parents were dealing with things neither of them were ever prepared for, and they both were still rather young parents who were also likely stressed over keeping their kingdom safe, and after Grand Pabbie's visions, also were facing the possibility that Arendelle might want to harm their first daughter should they find out about her powers. So they acted, with fear guiding their judgement. And fear was the enemy. So much in ''Frozen'' happened because of Agdar Agnarr and Iduna. And so far, there has been nothing addressing this in the movie canon.



But there is a huge opportunity here that could be touched on with ''Frozen II''. Because Anna and Elsa have a lot of emotional baggage left by their parents’ lives and deaths. Because yeah, the separation was shitty. But you get the sense during the first act that the separation was never meant to be as permanent and drastic as it became. While Agdar and Iduna might have started it, Elsa took it and ran. At some point her fear became too much for even her parents to help her with, and things were never the same again. But it’s clear that neither Agdar nor Iduna wanted it to be like that.

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But there is a huge opportunity here that could be touched on with ''Frozen II''. Because Anna and Elsa have a lot of emotional baggage left by their parents’ lives and deaths. Because yeah, the separation was shitty. But you get the sense during the first act that the separation was never meant to be as permanent and drastic as it became. While Agdar Agnarr and Iduna might have started it, Elsa took it and ran. At some point her fear became too much for even her parents to help her with, and things were never the same again. But it’s clear that neither Agdar Agnarr nor Iduna wanted it to be like that.



-->'''Agdar:''' You'll be fine, Elsa.

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-->'''Agdar:''' -->'''Agnarr:''' You'll be fine, Elsa.



It will be six years in-universe since the disappearance of the Agdar and Iduna, but given these two and, Elsa especially, how long they hold onto things that hurt them like that, they will not have moved on as much as it seems.

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It will be six years in-universe since the disappearance of the Agdar Agnarr and Iduna, but given these two and, Elsa especially, how long they hold onto things that hurt them like that, they will not have moved on as much as it seems.



Obviously, neither Agdar or Iduna blamed Elsa for anything, except for that one moment of raw emotion. In that one, tense moment, those words slipped out of Agdar’s mouth. But that one little slip up was enough. And Elsa has to ask herself how exactly she feels about it, because while they may never have done anything to outwardly cast blame on her again, they did have that moment. And that moment could arguably carry more weight because they were acting on instinct, then, and didn’t have the time to put any thought behind their words or actions. And when they did have the time, their solution was to run and hide from their problems.\\

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Obviously, neither Agdar Agnarr or Iduna blamed Elsa for anything, except for that one moment of raw emotion. In that one, tense moment, those words slipped out of Agdar’s Agnarr’s mouth. But that one little slip up was enough. And Elsa has to ask herself how exactly she feels about it, because while they may never have done anything to outwardly cast blame on her again, they did have that moment. And that moment could arguably carry more weight because they were acting on instinct, then, and didn’t have the time to put any thought behind their words or actions. And when they did have the time, their solution was to run and hide from their problems.\\



This instance of "Dead Disney Parents" shouldn't get swept under the rug. They have a chance to really develop some female characters’ relationships with their parents. Given how little screen time Agdar and Iduna had versus how much weight they pulled in the movie, this isn’t something the writers should really ignore. Maybe Elsa still has nightmares, only these are about a snowy storm swallowing up a helpless ship in the ocean that looks too much like the one her parents left on. Maybe Anna notices little quirks her sister has that relate back to those thirteen years of separation and gets a fleeting moment of anger that her parents let it get as bad as it did. Just something that gets these characters talking about their dead parents.

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This instance of "Dead Disney Parents" shouldn't get swept under the rug. They have a chance to really develop some female characters’ relationships with their parents. Given how little screen time Agdar Agnarr and Iduna had versus how much weight they pulled in the movie, this isn’t something the writers should really ignore. Maybe Elsa still has nightmares, only these are about a snowy storm swallowing up a helpless ship in the ocean that looks too much like the one her parents left on. Maybe Anna notices little quirks her sister has that relate back to those thirteen years of separation and gets a fleeting moment of anger that her parents let it get as bad as it did. Just something that gets these characters talking about their dead parents.



* Maybe the previous WildMassGuess could also suggest that some of the baggage that Agdar and Iduna took with them on the voyage has been discovered. Elsa receives the small suitcases, and finds little notes (or even a MessageInABottle from Gerda (Iduna) like in Once Upon A Time) from her parents. They ''were'' aware of a possible storm (caused by the elemental imbalance in Arendelle?)and they may have taken some intense swimming lessons to get ready in case of disaster.
** In the storm scene of 'Do You Want To Build A Snowman?' from Frozen, there seems to be one or two human figures swimming (the ship had already been engulfed by then. Maybe they escaped in good time.
* The horse encountered by Elsa in Frozen II, the Nokk, may have helped Iduna and Agdar to survive the stormy seas. There is a bit of a glowing trail in front of the swimming figure/s.

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* Maybe the previous WildMassGuess could also suggest that some of the baggage that Agdar Agnarr and Iduna took with them on the voyage has been discovered. Elsa receives the small suitcases, and finds little notes (or even a MessageInABottle from Gerda (Iduna) like in Once Upon A Time) from her parents. They ''were'' aware of a possible storm (caused by the elemental imbalance in Arendelle?)and they may have taken some intense swimming lessons to get ready in case of disaster.
** In the storm scene of 'Do You Want To Build A Snowman?' from Frozen, there seems to be one or two human figures swimming (the ship had already been engulfed by then.then). Maybe they escaped in good time.
* The horse encountered by Elsa in Frozen II, the Nokk, may have helped Iduna and Agdar Agnarr to survive the stormy seas. There is a bit of a glowing trail in front of the swimming figure/s.



* It's very recently been said by fans at test screenings [[spoiler: that the two 'new' characters in the first trailer are Iduna and Agdar.]]

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* It's very recently been said by fans at test screenings [[spoiler: that the two 'new' characters in the first trailer are Iduna and Agdar.Agnarr.]]



[[WMG: Agdar is behind the problems the characters face in the sequel]]
According to news from Annecy, [[spoiler: Agdar tells a story to little Elsa and Anna about how he went to an elemental forest, but 'something terrible' happened, and he was sent back to Arendelle. Ever since then, there has been an imbalance between the elements of earth, wind, fire and water.]] This "terrible" thing he saw may have been his fault.

[[WMG:The shackles in the cell were meant for Iduna]]
In the first movie, when Hans and his men captured Elsa and brought her back to Arendelle, they took her to the dungeon and chained her up with these special shackles anchored to the floor. It seems convenient that such a cell was lying around. It also clearly couldn't have been built overnight and it seemed to be specifically built to contain Elsa. Except…Elsa broke out pretty easily. All she had to do was freeze the metal until it was so brittle it shattered. But who wouldn’t be able to break out so easily? Someone who can fly. Someone who would be rooted to the ground by the chains. Like Iduna is shown doing in the second trailer. That cell in the dungeons wasn’t built for Elsa, but for her mother.
** Also the parents since know very well that Elsa powers don't just come from her hands, so it doesn't make much sense for the parents to make that kind of shackles specifically for her.

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[[WMG: Agdar is Agnarr's father, King Runeard, was behind the problems the characters face in the sequel]]
According to news from Annecy, [[spoiler: Agdar Agnarr tells a story to little Elsa and Anna about how he went to an elemental forest, but 'something terrible' happened, and he was sent back to Arendelle.Arendelle. There was a meeting between the new kingdom of Arendelle and the Northuldra, but something enraged the elemental spirits of the Enchanted Forest. Ever since then, there has been an imbalance between the elements of earth, wind, fire and water.]] This "terrible" thing he saw may have partly been his father's fault.

[[WMG:The [[WMG: The shackles in the cell were meant for Iduna]]
In the first movie, when Hans and his men captured Elsa and brought her back to Arendelle, they took her to the dungeon and chained her up with these special shackles anchored to the floor. It seems convenient that such a cell was lying around. It also clearly couldn't have been built overnight and it seemed to be specifically built to contain Elsa. Except…Elsa
Except Elsa
broke out pretty easily. All she had to do was freeze the metal until it was so brittle it shattered. But who wouldn’t be able to break out so easily? Someone who can fly. Someone who would be rooted to the ground by the chains. Like Iduna is shown doing in the second latest trailer. That cell in the dungeons wasn’t built for Elsa, but for her mother.
** Also Also, since the parents since know very well that Elsa powers don't just come fly from her hands, so it doesn't make much sense for the parents to make that kind those kinds of shackles specifically for her.



There's another bit in the teaser where Anna is holding a book that looks just like the one that we saw Agdar grab when he was looking up the map for where the trolls lived. So maybe she's found out past knowledge of the Troll’s magic and possibly her own.

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There's another bit in the teaser where Anna is holding a book that looks just like the one that we saw Agdar Agnarr grab when he was looking up the map for where the trolls lived. So maybe she's found out past knowledge of the Troll’s magic and possibly her own.



Which brings up the powers part: Remember Agdar storming into the hall on the day of the accident and saying to Elsa, “Elsa, what have you done? This is getting out of hand!”, and seconds later to Iduna, “I know where we have to go.”.

What if Elsa’s powers only showed themselves at a certain age and Anna, as a second born, wasn’t ready to show similar abilities? The parents could observe this on Elsa for almost five years and had to deal with it somehow. Did they know more about it? We know in the Broadway musical that Iduna had connections to the trolls / fair folk. Was Agdar frightened when his wife Iduna passed on her talents to Elsa, did he even know that? Who in Iduna’s ancestral history carried this “magic gene” and where does Iduna actually come from? What if Iduna had similar powers (which ones?) and that’s why Agdar kept Arendelle isolated. Elsa did have that line in "Let It Go" about “A kingdom of isolation”. Did Kai and Gerda know about it and do these two perhaps come from the same place as Iduna? Is that place called Northuldra? They are the oldest servants in Arendelle and may have been for Iduna long before that. The new Dark Horse comic “Reunion Road” suggests that at least Kai has a brother in Snoob. It could be, that the new characters in ''Frozen II'' have a relationship to Kai. Kai reacts quite shocked in the new comic when the sisters approached him with questions about Snoob, and hardly wants to reveal details.

What if one day, even before Anna was born, Iduna visited the trolls to have her hereditary traits removed so that Anna would not share the same fate as Elsa? Would it even be possible for a troll like Grand Pabbie to remove a “magic gene” afterwards or can he only suppress it? Before DNA was even discovered? Grand Pabbie asked Agdar “Your majesty. Born with the powers, or cursed?”. Does this would make a difference? Maybe. Maybe not. But you can't deny that Anna shows unusually strong courage and determination, and very quick reflexes. She prevented Elsa’s fall from the clock tower in ''Frozen Fever'' in a flash. In the ''Frozen II'' teaser, we see her jump over a cliff and react lightning fast as she draws Kristoff’s sword. So far we only know this reaction speed from Elsa (when the Duke's men were shooting at her in the ice palace). So will Anna possibly regain her powers in ''Frozen II'' - if she has any - and be able to fully unfold them in the end? Does this scene with Elsa, Olaf and the “heart-shaped” force field have something to do with Anna when her forces erupt accidentally?

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Which brings up the powers part: Remember Agdar Agnarr storming into the hall on the day of the accident and saying to Elsa, “Elsa, what have you done? This is getting out of hand!”, and seconds later to Iduna, “I know where we have to go.”.

What if Elsa’s powers only showed themselves at a certain age and Anna, as a second born, wasn’t ready to show similar abilities? The parents could observe this on Elsa for almost five years and had to deal with it somehow. Did they know more about it? We know in the Broadway musical that Iduna had connections to the trolls / fair folk. Was Agdar Agnarr frightened when his wife Iduna passed on her talents to Elsa, did he even know that? Who in Iduna’s ancestral history carried this “magic gene” and where does Iduna actually come from? What if Iduna had similar powers (which ones?) and that’s why Agdar Agnarr kept Arendelle isolated. Elsa did have that line in "Let It Go" about “A kingdom of isolation”. Did Kai and Gerda know about it and do these two perhaps come from the same place as Iduna? Is that place called Northuldra? They are the oldest servants in Arendelle and may have been for Iduna long before that. The new Dark Horse comic “Reunion Road” suggests that at least Kai has a brother in Snoob. It could be, that the new characters in ''Frozen II'' have a relationship to Kai. Kai reacts quite shocked in the new comic when the sisters approached him with questions about Snoob, and hardly wants to reveal details.

What if one day, even before Anna was born, Iduna visited the trolls to have her hereditary traits removed so that Anna would not share the same fate as Elsa? Would it even be possible for a troll like Grand Pabbie to remove a “magic gene” afterwards or can he only suppress it? Before DNA was even discovered? Grand Pabbie asked Agdar Agnarr “Your majesty. Born with the powers, or cursed?”. Does this would make a difference? Maybe. Maybe not. But you can't deny that Anna shows unusually strong courage and determination, and very quick reflexes. She prevented Elsa’s fall from the clock tower in ''Frozen Fever'' in a flash. In the ''Frozen II'' teaser, we see her jump over a cliff and react lightning fast as she draws Kristoff’s sword. So far we only know this reaction speed from Elsa (when the Duke's men were shooting at her in the ice palace). So will Anna possibly regain her powers in ''Frozen II'' - if she has any - and be able to fully unfold them in the end? Does this scene with Elsa, Olaf and the “heart-shaped” force field have something to do with Anna when her forces erupt accidentally?



** King Westergaard could also be Agdar's {{Foil}} and ShadowArchetype, in that while both are kings, Westergaard represents what Agdar could have been if he did not exercise restraint in his power of authority: an abusive father, a neglectful husband who sees his spouse as a baby-producing object, and a ruthless authoritarian who rules his kingdom through fear. While both are responsible for children developing mental health issues, Agdar only wanted to keep Elsa and Anna safe, but Hans' father is unfeeling towards his sons.

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** King Westergaard could also be Agdar's Agnarr's {{Foil}} and ShadowArchetype, in that while both are kings, Westergaard represents what Agdar Agnarr could have been if he did not exercise restraint in his power of authority: an abusive father, a neglectful husband who sees his spouse as a baby-producing object, and a ruthless authoritarian who rules his kingdom through fear. While both are responsible for children developing mental health issues, Agdar Agnarr only wanted to keep Elsa and Anna safe, but Hans' father is unfeeling towards his sons.



* As this goes on, the gang will learn a bit more about the ''true and ugly reason'' why the King of the Southern Isles singled Hans out for abuse in the first place, and begin to regret sending him back to a living Hell on Earth. Someone, presumably a sorcerer, tells them that Hans is tied to the MacGuffin the Arendellers are looking for and that he was born with magical powers like Elsa, but it caused his father to humiliate him for this reason. Knowing the full and deadly potential of his son's magic should [[PowerIncontinence it go haywire]], the king may have consulted with another sorcerer at some point, [[BroughtDownToNormal who transferred]] Hans' powers to the MacGuffin, but also left the king with a warning: a prophecy that "one of his 13 sons will betray him." [[EvilCannotComprehendGood Obviously,]] the king thinks the traitor is Hans due to his powers, kills the sorcerer, hides the MacGuffin away to prevent anybody from knowing about his secret, and as a result, [[TheParanoiac became increasingly suspicious of his sons and authoritarian in ruling his big kingdom and family]], alongside instigating the bullying of Hans so that none of his children will overthrow him. The MacGuffin will be the key for Hans to unlock his powers, and although he plays a big part in ending his father's tyranny, it will ultimately be one of his 12 brothers who kills the king for good in an interesting ProphecyTwist. Upon hearing this, the gang would be left utterly conflicted in regards to their opinion of Hans and his family, as while they currently despise him for what he did, they also feel pity for the 13 sons for the abuse they endured under their evil father, and how it shaped them over the years. At the same time, they now understand that [[HateSink the true villain]] behind all of the mess that occurred in the first movie is neither Hans nor his 12 brothers, but their father the King of the Southern Isles, especially if the second sorcerer or person tells them that the king ordered Agdar and Iduna’s deaths just for criticizing his regime when they showed up for potential trade negotiations. As far as the traitor son mentioned in the prophecy, the gang presumes it will be Lars, who isn't a WellDoneSonGuy unlike his brothers. Also, after witnessing Hans and his brothers' bad experience with their own father, Elsa and Anna realize it isn't a bad thing to not be like your own parents.

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* As this goes on, the gang will learn a bit more about the ''true and ugly reason'' why the King of the Southern Isles singled Hans out for abuse in the first place, and begin to regret sending him back to a living Hell on Earth. Someone, presumably a sorcerer, tells them that Hans is tied to the MacGuffin the Arendellers are looking for and that he was born with magical powers like Elsa, but it caused his father to humiliate him for this reason. Knowing the full and deadly potential of his son's magic should [[PowerIncontinence it go haywire]], the king may have consulted with another sorcerer at some point, [[BroughtDownToNormal who transferred]] Hans' powers to the MacGuffin, but also left the king with a warning: a prophecy that "one of his 13 sons will betray him." [[EvilCannotComprehendGood Obviously,]] the king thinks the traitor is Hans due to his powers, kills the sorcerer, hides the MacGuffin away to prevent anybody from knowing about his secret, and as a result, [[TheParanoiac became increasingly suspicious of his sons and authoritarian in ruling his big kingdom and family]], alongside instigating the bullying of Hans so that none of his children will overthrow him. The MacGuffin will be the key for Hans to unlock his powers, and although he plays a big part in ending his father's tyranny, it will ultimately be one of his 12 brothers who kills the king for good in an interesting ProphecyTwist. Upon hearing this, the gang would be left utterly conflicted in regards to their opinion of Hans and his family, as while they currently despise him for what he did, they also feel pity for the 13 sons for the abuse they endured under their evil father, and how it shaped them over the years. At the same time, they now understand that [[HateSink the true villain]] behind all of the mess that occurred in the first movie is neither Hans nor his 12 brothers, but their father the King of the Southern Isles, especially if the second sorcerer or person tells them that the king ordered Agdar Agnarr and Iduna’s deaths just for criticizing his regime when they showed up for potential trade negotiations. As far as the traitor son mentioned in the prophecy, the gang presumes it will be Lars, who isn't a WellDoneSonGuy unlike his brothers. Also, after witnessing Hans and his brothers' bad experience with their own father, Elsa and Anna realize it isn't a bad thing to not be like your own parents.



*** Olaf's innocence would have him horrified at the idea that truly evil persons like King Westergaard do exist, and are capable of doing such atrocities. At this moment, Anna, Kristoff and Elsa are grateful that Agdar didn't turn out like King Westergaard. When they call the king out on his cruelty towards his people, he'll state that the words "hero" and "villain" are [[WhatIsEvil created by the weak-willed]], calls the Arendellers interlopers who have no business telling him how he should rule, and says that his subjects need an iron fist, not a velvet glove.

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*** Olaf's innocence would have him horrified at the idea that truly evil persons like King Westergaard do exist, and are capable of doing such atrocities. At this moment, Anna, Kristoff and Elsa are grateful that Agdar Agnarr didn't turn out like King Westergaard. When they call the king out on his cruelty towards his people, he'll state that the words "hero" and "villain" are [[WhatIsEvil created by the weak-willed]], calls the Arendellers interlopers who have no business telling him how he should rule, and says that his subjects need an iron fist, not a velvet glove.



** To understand what led him to be evil, the four think the King of the Southern Isles had a FreudianExcuse, such as Hans briefly mentioning that his paternal ancestors were unbearable. It actually strengthens Hans and his father as {{Foil}}s to each other, as while Hans, with help from the crew, manages to overcome his past traumas, the king is a lost cause. If the four ask why he is so cruel and how could this justify his abusive rule, the king inverts it by stating he actually had loving parents who spoiled him, but he decided he wanted a better life because of his bloated ego, [[SocialClimber and so, he betrayed everyone he knew, including his family, cheated his way to the top]] [[ItsAllAboutMe so he can have the riches and power he thinks is his]], and is still willing to cling on to the crown by all means necessary. [[DisappointedByTheMotive Hans will be dismayed over this]], stating that while what he did in Arendelle was wrong, he tried to justify it as him trying to escape his pathetic excuse for a father and did really want to be TheGoodKing, combined with being angry that his mother was killed just to spite Hans out of pure malice and hatred. The king might also admit point-blank that he doesn't care what his 13 sons do, only that he molded them in his image and cared more about his reputation. Realizing he always had no empathy, the Arendellers finally understand there's nothing behind ''why'' the king relishes such atrocities: like [[VideoGame/MortalKombat Shao Kahn]], [[Film/TheDarkKnight the Joker]] and [[Film/JamesBond Ernst Blofeld]], ''[[ForTheEvulz he just is]].'' The king may in fact be the most vile and despicable person they've ever met, given the ParanoiaFuel surrounding him. Also, when the four call him out on murdering Agdar and Iduna, the king might just casually [[ButForMeItWasTuesday not care about it]], much to their outrage.

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** To understand what led him to be evil, the four think the King of the Southern Isles had a FreudianExcuse, such as Hans briefly mentioning that his paternal ancestors were unbearable. It actually strengthens Hans and his father as {{Foil}}s to each other, as while Hans, with help from the crew, manages to overcome his past traumas, the king is a lost cause. If the four ask why he is so cruel and how could this justify his abusive rule, the king inverts it by stating he actually had loving parents who spoiled him, but he decided he wanted a better life because of his bloated ego, [[SocialClimber and so, he betrayed everyone he knew, including his family, cheated his way to the top]] [[ItsAllAboutMe so he can have the riches and power he thinks is his]], and is still willing to cling on to the crown by all means necessary. [[DisappointedByTheMotive Hans will be dismayed over this]], stating that while what he did in Arendelle was wrong, he tried to justify it as him trying to escape his pathetic excuse for a father and did really want to be TheGoodKing, combined with being angry that his mother was killed just to spite Hans out of pure malice and hatred. The king might also admit point-blank that he doesn't care what his 13 sons do, only that he molded them in his image and cared more about his reputation. Realizing he always had no empathy, the Arendellers finally understand there's nothing behind ''why'' the king relishes such atrocities: like [[VideoGame/MortalKombat Shao Kahn]], [[Film/TheDarkKnight the Joker]] and [[Film/JamesBond Ernst Blofeld]], ''[[ForTheEvulz he just is]].'' The king may in fact be the most vile and despicable person they've ever met, given the ParanoiaFuel surrounding him. Also, when the four call him out on murdering Agdar Agnarr and Iduna, the king might just casually [[ButForMeItWasTuesday not care about it]], much to their outrage.



* Whoever the two (or more) new characters in the film could be, they are likely to be voiced by Sterling K Brown and Evan Rachel Wood.

* These characters could possibly be related to Kristoff, or Elsa and Anna. Maybe they could just be two {{Heroic Bystander}}s who help the sisters find their parents, or help the group to save people in danger of a natural disaster nearby.

* The featured characters might not actually be new to Frozen [[spoiler: if it's true that they are Iduna and Agdar]]. However, the stories that the audience find out about them may seem surprising and new.

* Perhaps they are shown through flashbacks, rather than at the same time as the main characters.
** Maybe the older versions of the two characters will meet Elsa, Anna and the others.

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* Whoever the two (or more) The four new human characters in the film could be, they are likely to be voiced by Sterling K Brown called Mattias, Honeymaren, Ryder and Evan Rachel Wood.

Yelana.

* These characters could possibly be related to Kristoff, or Elsa and Anna. Maybe they could just be two {{Heroic Bystander}}s who help the sisters find their parents, or help the group to save people in danger of a natural disaster nearby.

* The prince and Northuldra girl featured characters might in the teaser trailer and the latest trailer are not actually be new to Frozen [[spoiler: if it's true that they -they are Iduna and Agdar]].Agnarr in a flashback. However, the stories that the audience find out about them may seem surprising and new.

* Perhaps they are shown through flashbacks, rather than at the same time as the main characters.
** Maybe the older versions of the two characters will meet Elsa, Anna and the others.




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Jossed- he is not listed as a new character's voice.



* There are two unnamed characters in the first trailer; they are probably not really new, either. They are likely Anna and Elsa's parents- Agdar and Iduna. They may hopefully become [[AscendedExtra more important in this sequel.]] Their occasional appearances in merchandise leaks (as the two younger characters featured in the initial trailer) highlight that they will at least get a WholeEpisodeFlashback in ''Disney/FrozenII''

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If you've seen the latest trailer, you should hopefully have distinguished that the young Arendelle prince and the Northuldra girl are Agnarr and Iduna in flashbacks to when they were little.

* There are two unnamed characters in the first trailer; they are probably not really new, either. They are likely Anna and Elsa's parents- Agdar Agnarr and Iduna. They may hopefully become [[AscendedExtra more important in this sequel.]] Their occasional appearances in merchandise leaks (as the two younger characters featured in the initial trailer) highlight that they will at least get a WholeEpisodeFlashback in ''Disney/FrozenII''



* The blond boy is most likely ''Prince'' Agdar, while the brunette girl is most likely Iduna before she became queen. [[spoiler: At the beginning of ''Frozen II'', Agdar tells a bedtime story to young Elsa and Anna, while Iduna listens too and laughs at the girls' reaction. Agdar's story comprises of his experience in an elemental forest, and how "something terrible" happened, so he was sent back to Arendelle. The kingdom has been plagued by the air, wind, earth and fire elements ever since.
* The girl is also Iduna. She is more familiar with the magic of the elemental forest. Her appearance as queen may look somewhat different to the girl in the trailer, but]] interestingly, on Microsoft's "Face API", the character's faces are recognised as being of the same person, about 0.8 (80%) similar.

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* The blond boy is most likely ''Prince'' Agdar, Agnarr, while the brunette girl is most likely Iduna before she became queen. [[spoiler: At the beginning of ''Frozen II'', Agdar Agnarr tells a bedtime story to young Elsa and Anna, while Iduna listens too and laughs at the girls' reaction. Agdar's Agnarr's story comprises of his experience in an elemental forest, and how "something terrible" happened, so he was sent back to Arendelle. The kingdom has been plagued by the air, wind, earth and fire elements ever since.
* The girl is also Iduna. She is more familiar with the magic of the elemental forest. Her appearance as queen may look somewhat different to the girl in the trailer, but]] but interestingly, on Microsoft's "Face API", the character's faces are recognised as being of the same person, about 0.8 (80%) similar.



It can be expected that after the accident, Anna was often enough bored in her youth without Elsa as a playmate and therefore she moved alone through the castle. Perhaps she ultimately landed in the library. The same library where Agdar pulled the book in which the secret map to the trolls' whereabouts is hidden. Let's note that Agdar knew exactly which book to look for in the library, and didn't bother to stop to read it, just to get the map. Aside from knowing exactly what he was looking for, it may very well be that, years later, Anna discovered this exact book, partially translated it out of boredom (possibly with the help of other books) or simply remembered the runes inside this book for later.

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It can be expected that after the accident, Anna was often enough bored in her youth without Elsa as a playmate and therefore she moved alone through the castle. Perhaps she ultimately landed in the library. The same library where Agdar Agnarr pulled the book in which the secret map to the trolls' whereabouts is hidden. Let's note that Agdar Agnarr knew exactly which book to look for in the library, and didn't bother to stop to read it, just to get the map. Aside from knowing exactly what he was looking for, it may very well be that, years later, Anna discovered this exact book, partially translated it out of boredom (possibly with the help of other books) or simply remembered the runes inside this book for later.



That thing with their father and the trolls is very strange, isn’t it? From where does King Agdar know about the trolls? Enough that he knows immediately which book he has to look for? How does he know about the truth about Elsa’s powers and that one cannot only be born with it but also could be cursed with it (per Grand Pabbie's words)? Let us recall an illustration in this book that you see when Agdar is flipping through the pages to grab the map. It's of an injured knight laid on a stone slab. Is this also about the ancestors of the royal family of Arendelle? His wife is also not too surprised during their visit to the trolls unless Iduna is too occupied in her thoughts at this point.

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That thing with their father and the trolls is very strange, isn’t it? From where does King Agdar Agnarr know about the trolls? Enough that he knows immediately which book he has to look for? How does he know about the truth about Elsa’s powers and that one cannot only be born with it but also could be cursed with it (per Grand Pabbie's words)? Let us recall an illustration in this book that you see when Agdar Agnarr is flipping through the pages to grab the map. It's of an injured knight laid on a stone slab. Is this also about the ancestors of the royal family of Arendelle? His wife is also not too surprised during their visit to the trolls unless Iduna is too occupied in her thoughts at this point.



Since it's probable that the two new characters in the first trailer are Agdar and Iduna, them ''also'' being characters from the original tale or another adaption could tie into the family theme. Perhaps all four of the Arendelle royal family have powers, or can manage magical powers of some sort.

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Since it's probable that the two new characters in the first trailer are Agdar Agnarr and Iduna, them ''also'' being characters from the original tale or another adaption could tie into the family theme. Perhaps all four of the Arendelle royal family have powers, or can manage magical powers of some sort.



[[WMG: The new characters are two helpers who have looked after Agdar and Iduna since they were lost at sea.]]

Whether they are located in Iceland, another area of Scandinavia, or somewhere else, it is possible that Anna and Elsa's parents (the former King Agdar and Queen Iduna of Arendelle) have been in the presence of the two new characters seen in the ''Frozen II'' trailer.

* These two have also dressed in the same ColorMotif as Agdar and Iduna, perhaps to signify to Elsa and co. that her parents are still alive there!
** Or maybe this is a flashback- and the parents are back in the same elemental forest after the shipwreck.

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[[WMG: The new characters are two helpers who have looked after Agdar Agnarr and Iduna since they were lost at sea.]]

Whether they are located in Iceland, another area of Scandinavia, or somewhere else, it The new Northuldra characters (not including Iduna), that is.

It
is possible that Anna and Elsa's parents (the former King Agdar Agnarr and Queen Iduna of Arendelle) have been in the presence of are the two new characters seen in the ''Frozen II'' trailer.

* These The two have also are dressed in the same ColorMotif as Agdar Agnarr and Iduna, perhaps to signify to Elsa and co. hint that her the parents are still alive there!
** Or maybe this is This a flashback- and the parents are could back in the same elemental forest after the shipwreck.
shipwreck (closer to the action in Frozen).



* Maybe another version of "When We're Together" from Olaf's Frozen Adventure could pull on one's heartstrings. The main voice actors will be leading. If Queen Iduna and King Agdar return, then the sisters could sing with their parents... then the whole cast can appear again!

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* Maybe another version of "When We're Together" from Olaf's Frozen Adventure could pull on one's heartstrings. The main voice actors will be leading. If Queen Iduna and King Agdar Agnarr return, then the sisters could sing with their parents... then the whole cast can appear again!



[[WMG: There might be a film about the former monarchs of Arendelle - Iduna and Agdar.]]

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[[WMG: There might be a film about the former monarchs of Arendelle - Iduna and Agdar.Agnarr.]]



* Elsa and Anna are revealed to have been [[UnexpectedVirgin magically conceived]] so Iduna and Agdar partially settle the issue of the elements with Arendelle. (Elsa's ice powers = water, and Anna has some other power.)

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* Elsa and Anna are revealed to have been [[UnexpectedVirgin magically conceived]] so Iduna and Agdar Agnarr partially settle the issue of the elements with Arendelle. (Elsa's ice powers = water, and Anna has some other power.)




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**Or it could be called ''Frozen II: Finding Ahtohallan'', which is the name of the magical river that Iduna believes could hold many memories of the Enchanted Forest, plus some magical clues that could help Elsa.


[[WMG: The main characters travel to Iceland as part of their new journey.]]

In ''Frozen II'', the sisters, along with Olaf, Kristoff and Sven will go on travels that are "far out of Arendelle". This is most likely to be another the place (with a pseudonym like Arendelle [[spoiler: - the other kingdom is possibly called Northuldra]]) in Europe, but it could be anywhere.
From the Icelandic compass-based "snowflake" featured in the ''Frozen II'' poster, ''and'' the beach at the start of the trailers, Icelandic people have recognised the beach as the Reynisfjara region in the south of Iceland. Perhaps Iceland is one of the places that the characters discover. Perhaps the parents (Agnarr and Iduna) have been living there since their ship sank.
* Based on the second trailer, the place is called "the Enchanted Lands." It is also further north than the area of Arendelle.

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[[WMG: The main characters travel to Iceland or the north of Norway as part of their new journey.]]

* Based on the latest trailer, Agnarr says that the place is “as north as we can go” (in Norway-Arendelle is set quite far south). It is called the Enchanted Forest- Iduna lived here until she and the prince were separated from the Northuldra by the purple mist.


In ''Frozen II'', the sisters, along with Olaf, Kristoff and Sven will go on travels that are "far out of Arendelle". This is most likely to be another the place (with a pseudonym like Arendelle [[spoiler: - the other kingdom is possibly called people of the Enchanted Forest are the Northuldra]]) in Europe, but it could be anywhere.
From the Icelandic compass-based "snowflake" featured in the ''Frozen II'' poster, ''and'' the beach at the start of the trailers, Icelandic people have recognised the beach as the Reynisfjara region in the south of Iceland. Perhaps Iceland is one of the places that the characters discover. Perhaps the
**The sisters’
parents (Agnarr and Iduna) could have been living there since their ship sank.
* Based on the second trailer, the place is called "the Enchanted Lands." It is also further north than the area of Arendelle.



* It has recently been said by people who claim to have been at test screenings that [[spoiler: the two new characters are in fact Iduna and Agnarr in their youth, probably when Agnarr tells the story of him in the elemental forest.]]

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* It has recently been said by people who claim to have been at test screenings confirmed in the newest trailer that [[spoiler: the two new characters prince and the girl (who also appeared in the teaser trailer) are in fact Iduna and Agnarr in their youth, probably when shown as Agnarr tells the story of him in the elemental forest.]]



**However, their prologue outfits look much more lively.



** New images also show Elsa wearing a lavender coloured dress. She also wears a necklace [[spoiler: that looks similar to a necklace that the "new" female character (very probably her mother, Iduna) wears in a piece of concept art as she and a boy (very probably Prince Agnarr) are shown running away from a forest fire.]]

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** New images also show Elsa wearing a lavender coloured dress. She also wears a necklace [[spoiler: that looks similar to a necklace that the "new" female character (very probably that her mother, Iduna) mother Iduna wears in a piece of concept art as she and a boy (very probably Prince Agnarr) Agnarr are shown running away from a forest fire.]]
fire.



According to the directors of Frozen- WordOfGod - "the sisters will go far out of Arendelle". This may imply that they will travel out of their hometown, or may simply be suggesting that ''Frozen 2'' will be better and be more exciting than ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''.

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According to the directors of Frozen- WordOfGod - "the sisters will go far out of Arendelle". This may imply that they will travel out of their hometown, or may simply also be suggesting that ''Frozen 2'' will be better and be more exciting than ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''.



* Frozen II: Reynisfjara to Autumn Forest

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* Frozen II: Reynisfjara to Autumn The Enchanted Forest



* Frozen Fusion



* Frozen II: Icy Life

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* Frozen II: Icy LifeArendelle and the Northuldra



* Frozen II: Finding Ahtohallan



** It could have explained that the parents left in search of an Icelandic magic compass (a vegvísir) that linked to Elsa's ice powers. They wished to find a way forwards for Elsa- they partially did, because since their departure, she had to become Queen and rule Arendelle - also learning to conquer her fears. However, their missing presence left Elsa feeling that she needed to go further to bring everything to peace.
* Upon finding this out, Elsa probably planned a voyage to Iceland (to a frightening beach called Reynisfjara) and maybe she found out that this was where her parents were going after all. The magical spirit that gave her ice powers resides there. Oddly, they travelled on these violent seas and risked their lives.
** The autumn place may or may not be in Iceland- it could just be Arendelle covered in autumn weather. Or even another place even further afield!


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** It could have explained that the parents left in search of an Icelandic magic compass (a vegvísir) a magical river full of memories- called Ahtohallan, that linked to Elsa's ice powers. They wished to find a way forwards for Elsa- they partially did, because since their departure, she had to become Queen and rule Arendelle - also learning to conquer her fears. However, their missing presence left Elsa feeling that she needed to go further to bring everything to peace.
* Upon finding this out, Elsa probably planned a voyage to Iceland (to a frightening beach called Reynisfjara) on going north and finding the river Ahtohallan and maybe she found out that this was where her parents were going after all. The magical spirit that gave her ice powers resides there. Oddly, they took a risk and travelled on these those violent seas and risked their lives.
seas.
** The autumn place may or may not be in Iceland- it could just is more likely to be Arendelle covered the Enchanted Forest (north of Norway) in autumn weather. Or even another place even further afield!

weather.




* Queen Iduna, the mother of Elsa and Anna, has a RagsToRoyalty type of backstory, since she was "a child of the Northern Nomads" (as quoted in the Broadway version), who may represent those of Sami origin. In the teaser trailer, a girl who may be Iduna ''before'' she becomes royal also wears the [[ColorMotif colour purple]] - is this SymbolMotifClothing hinting that, since SupernaturalIsPurple, she may have an unexplored magical ability?
** Her crown also resembles small leaf shapes- and lots of Frozen II seems to take place in an autumnal landscape. She may not have had autumnal powers, but likely was associated with the forest that [[spoiler: Agdar tells a story about at the beginning of the film.]] They are extremely likely to be the "new" characters who appear in the first trailer of ''Disney/FrozenII''.

* Iduna also appears for a few seconds the second ''Frozen II'' trailer, and may have been in the first one, too, since there's also a character in the first one who may be a younger version of her. The next trailer, set to release in around October, will hopefully feature her more prominently.
* King Agdar may also return, but not as a major character and/or with a different purpose than Iduna. He regrets his decision to isolate Elsa and Anna, and he will co-operate with the other characters and settle the issue of the elements.

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* Queen Iduna, the mother of Elsa and Anna, has a RagsToRoyalty type of backstory, since she was "a child of the Northern Nomads" (as quoted in the Broadway version), and probably one of the Northuldra (Frozen II) who may represent those of Sami origin. In the teaser trailer, a girl who may be Iduna ''before'' she becomes royal also wears the [[ColorMotif colour purple]] - is this SymbolMotifClothing hinting that, since SupernaturalIsPurple, she may have an unexplored magical ability?
** Her crown also resembles small leaf shapes- and lots of Frozen II seems to take place in an autumnal landscape. She may not have had autumnal powers, but likely was associated with the forest that [[spoiler: Agdar Agnarr tells a story about at the beginning of the film.]] film. They are extremely likely to be the "new" characters who appear in the first trailer of ''Disney/FrozenII''.

* Iduna also appears for a few seconds the second ''Frozen II'' trailer, and may have been in the first one, too, since there's also a character in the first one who may be a younger version of her. The next trailer, set to release in around October, will hopefully feature latest trailer featured her more prominently.
* King Agdar Agnarr may also return, but not as a major character and/or with a different purpose than Iduna. He regrets his decision to isolate Elsa and Anna, and he will co-operate with the other characters and settle the issue of the elements.

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