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Anna & Elsa Characters

    Queen Marisol 

The ruling queen of Eldora.

  • Ambiguously Brown: She's from a far-off warm weather kingdom. The name "Marisol" and the word "Eldora" are of Spanish origin, although others in her kingdom have Arabic names and appearances.
  • Exact Words: The Kingdom of Eldora is known for being stuck in "eternal summer". This phrasing is often used to exaggerate something to sound cool (as in, Eldora is proud of its warm climate), but Anna, Elsa, and company think that it literally means that Marisol has the power of summer and has lost control of it, just like Elsa.
  • The High Queen: Marisol is the just and kind ruler of Eldora.
  • Invisible Parents: She seems to be around Elsa's age and is already queen, but her parents are not mentioned.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • Marisol is a homophone for the Spanish words, "mar y sol", meaning "sea and sun".
    • "Eldora" means "gift of the sun" in Spanish. It's also one syllable away from "El Dorado".
  • Palette Swap: Her design is Elsa's with a red dress, darker skin, and dark brown hair. Marisol also has slightly different hair from Elsa.
  • The Reveal: The rumor that she supposedly has summer powers was false.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: She has gone to several kingdoms making trade deals in order to get ice to keep her kingdom's food from rotting. She ends up making Eldora and Arendelle into trade partners.


A young Arendellian boy.


Breaking Boundaries Characters

    Princess Mari 

The princess of Vesterland and the daughter of King Jonas.

  • Action Girl: Much like Anna, she's perfectly capable of handling herself in a sticky situation, as seen with dealing with Lars and his goons.
  • Brainy Brunette: Has curly brown hair, as well as an extensive knowledge of animals.
  • Catchphrase: "Arooo!" — tends to howl like a wolf whenever she gets excited.
  • Commonality Connection: She quickly bonds with Anna over their mutual desire to do something meaningful.
  • Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: Like Anna, Mari's trying to find some meaning in her life than simply staying in her villa under her father's watch.
  • Deuteragonist: Of the comic series Breaking Boundaries. Her actions affect the plot as much as Anna's, and her character development is also just as prominent.
  • Friend to All Living Things: She's an animal enthusiast, and has knowledge on a variety of animals. So much so that she's capable of communicating with them, or at least understands their feelings.
  • Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Primarily dresses in purple.
  • King Incognito: She is first seen disguised as a commoner in Arendelle.
  • Like Mother, Like Daughter: As pointed out by her father, Mari has a lot in common with her mother, including a love for animals and rebellious spirit.
  • Missing Mom: Mari's mother Katrina passed away before the events of the book.
  • Nature Lover: A defining trait of her.
  • Pretty Princess Powerhouse: Doesn't hesitate to jump into action, as seen with trying to tame a runaway reindeer and thwarting Lars' schemes.
  • Rebellious Princess: Frustrated with her father's desire to keep her safe, she often sneaks out to explore the world and people around her.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: She helps to stop the series of ship thefts plaguing Arendelle, and at the end of the story, she becomes the ambassador to Arendelle.

    King Jonas 

The ruling king of Vesterland and the father of Princess Mari.

  • Papa Wolf: He's fiercely protective of his daughter Mari, especially after the death of her mother.
  • Poor Communication Kills: Misinterprets his daughter's constant habits of sneaking out as a desire for a place to roam about, as opposed to Mari's desire to explore the world. This leads to him attempting to build a castle extension for her that ends up causing the dispute between Vesterland and Arendelle. The dispute is also caused by Arendelle and Vesterland each both believing the land on which he starts building to be part of their own territory and not realizing that the other disagrees.
  • Property Line: A source of conflict between Vesterland and Arendelle is a dispute over a piece of land that both sides believe belongs to their own.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Building the castle extension for his daughter led to the deforestation of the land around it, causing the residential animals to be displaced from their habitats and invading town in Arendelle as a result.

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