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Creator / TheNamelessDoll

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TheNamelessDoll is a Swedish film student and fan-artist primarily known for Disney fanvideos. Her YouTube channel began as a way to improve her film and storytelling skills, but her works have garnered a fanbase of their own.

To Belong is a Massive Multiplayer Crossover series of Transplanted Character Fic videos. They take place in a universe where everyone has animorphism powers. TheNamelessDoll is attempting to make an Animated Adaptation of the videos using new names and designs for everyone.

Video with their own pages are:

TheNamelessDoll's YouTube can be viewed here and her Tumblr here. She also has a second YouTube channel where she posts behind-the-scenes videos.

This creator's works provide example of:

  • Crossover Couple: Virtually all of TheNamelessDoll's videos revolve around crossover ships. Examples include:
  • Domestic Abuse: In the collab video Perfect Ruin, Nani is Miguel's abusive girlfriend. Even when she sees his ghost after he dies, she still gets angry at him.
  • Driven to Suicide: Giselle killed herself shortly after getting married in the collab video Perfect Ruin. Her husband came across her ghost before finding her body.
  • Interspecies Romance: Young and Beautiful, an Ariel/Peter Pan video, features a star-crossed one between a mermaid and an immortal human boy. Nothing comes out of it because Peter can't grow like Ariel can.
  • Mayfly–December Friendship: Ariel and Peter's relationship is primarily this in Young and Beautiful. Peter being unable to grow into an adult puts a wrench in any romance between them, but they stay close friends throughout Ariel's life.
  • Mayfly–December Romance: Ariel and Peter met when Ariel was very young. Ariel had a Precocious Crush on Peter, but eventually she grew into a teenager and the feelings were reversed. Ariel continued to age and grow until she died of old age, but Peter Never Grew Up.
  • Transplanted Character Fic: She uses material from existing animated movies to tell original stories that are otherwise unrelated to canon. As explained in her FAQ, her use of any particular characters is more akin to casting actors in roles.