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* AuthorSavingThrow: The trolls' role follows almost the exact same beats as the Urpneys and the Sleazians from Martin Gates Productions' previous works ''The Dreamstone'' and ''Bimble's Bucket'' respectively. Compared to the VillainBallMagnet tendencies of the aforementioned shows however, [[FriendlyEnemy the trolls' dynamic with their respective heroes is more developed]], with the second film Deconstructing their DirtyCoward impulses when they sell everyone out to stay in the Snow Queen's good graces.

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* AuthorSavingThrow: AuthorsSavingThrow: The trolls' role follows almost the exact same beats as the Urpneys and the Sleazians from Martin Gates Productions' previous works ''The Dreamstone'' and ''Bimble's Bucket'' respectively. Compared to the VillainBallMagnet tendencies of the aforementioned shows however, [[FriendlyEnemy the trolls' dynamic with their respective heroes is more developed]], with the second film Deconstructing their DirtyCoward impulses when they sell everyone out to stay in the Snow Queen's good graces.

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* AuthorSavingThrow: The trolls' role follows almost the exact same beats as the Urpneys and the Sleazians from Martin Gates Productions' previous works ''The Dreamstone'' and ''Bimble's Bucket'' respectively. Compared to the VillainBallMagnet tendencies of the aforementioned shows however, [[FriendlyEnemy the trolls' dynamic with their respective heroes is more developed]], with the second film Deconstructing their DirtyCoward impulses when they sell everyone out to stay in the Snow Queen's good graces.


* FunnyMoments: The Snow Queen's mirror defies physics by rolling down a ramp edgewise, then flying horizontally and up to smash into the trolls' blimp.

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* FunnyMoments: SugarWiki/FunnyMoments:
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The Snow Queen's mirror defies physics by rolling down a ramp edgewise, then flying horizontally and up to smash into the trolls' blimp.


** Peeps cheeping, mainly due to his [[HughLaurie voice]].

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** Peeps cheeping, mainly due to his [[HughLaurie [[Creator/HughLaurie voice]].


** Peeps cheeping, mainly due to his voice.

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** Peeps cheeping, mainly due to his voice.[[HughLaurie voice]].


* DesignatedVillain: The trolls borrow the same premise as the Urpneys from Gates' ''TheDreamstone'', being TrappedInVillainy by an EvilOverlord that threatens an eccentric death if they fail. Lessened in the sequel, where they go DirtyCoward after the heroes befriended them, though suffer a HeelRealisation and remain adorably pathetic.

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* DesignatedVillain: The trolls borrow the same premise as the Urpneys from Gates' ''TheDreamstone'', ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone'', being TrappedInVillainy by an EvilOverlord that threatens an eccentric death if they fail. Lessened in the sequel, where they go DirtyCoward after the heroes befriended them, though suffer a HeelRealisation and remain adorably pathetic.


* NightmareFuel:
** After the mirror shard turns Tom evil, the first thing he does is try to crush Peeps under his boot--right after he had fed him.
** In the sequel, Ellie arrives at a restaurant staffed by humanoid pigs that want to cook and eat Brenda.
** The Snow Queen herself is pretty frightening; she wants to freeze the entire world, and being frozen solid and encased in lava can't stop her.


* DesignatedVillain: The trolls borrow the same premise as the Urpneys from Gates' ''TheDreamstone'', being TrappedInVillainy by an EvilOverlord that threatens an eccentric death if they fail. Lessened in the sequel, where they play DirtyCoward after the heroes befriended them. They suffer a HeelRealisation however and remain adorably pathetic.

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* DesignatedVillain: The trolls borrow the same premise as the Urpneys from Gates' ''TheDreamstone'', being TrappedInVillainy by an EvilOverlord that threatens an eccentric death if they fail. Lessened in the sequel, where they play go DirtyCoward after the heroes befriended them. They them, though suffer a HeelRealisation however and remain adorably pathetic.


* DesignatedVillain: The trolls borrow the same premise as the Urpneys from Gates' ''TheDreamstone'', being TrappedInVillainy by an EvilOverlord that threatens an eccentric death if they fail. Lessened in the sequel, where they play DirtyCoward after the heroes befriended them. They suffer a HeelRealisation however.

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* DesignatedVillain: The trolls borrow the same premise as the Urpneys from Gates' ''TheDreamstone'', being TrappedInVillainy by an EvilOverlord that threatens an eccentric death if they fail. Lessened in the sequel, where they play DirtyCoward after the heroes befriended them. They suffer a HeelRealisation however.however and remain adorably pathetic.

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* DesignatedVillain: The trolls borrow the same premise as the Urpneys from Gates' ''TheDreamstone'', being TrappedInVillainy by an EvilOverlord that threatens an eccentric death if they fail. Lessened in the sequel, where they play DirtyCoward after the heroes befriended them. They suffer a HeelRealisation however.

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*TheWoobie: Dimly the reindeer, [[DistressedDude especially in the sequel]]. He's a sweet, timid, clumsy NervousWreck who is constantly apologizing. In the sequel, he is sold out to the Snow Queen by what he thought were his friends (the trolls) and locked in a cage next to vicious monster reindeer. Most of the time he appears, you'll want to give the poor guy a big hug.


* NightmareFuel: In the sequel, Ellie arrives at a restaurant staffed by humanoid pigs that want to cook and eat Brenda.

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* NightmareFuel: NightmareFuel:
** After the mirror shard turns Tom evil, the first thing he does is try to crush Peeps under his boot--right after he had fed him.
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In the sequel, Ellie arrives at a restaurant staffed by humanoid pigs that want to cook and eat Brenda.

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** Peeps cheeping, mainly due to his voice.

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* FunnyMoments: The Snow Queen's mirror defies physics by rolling down a ramp edgewise, then flying horizontally and up to smash into the trolls' blimp.

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