It's been almost a year since the events that changed Rapunzel's life forever, and she's beginning to get a handle on what being a princess is truly about. But is she ready to meet someone of equal standing or will the fiery Highlander be more than she can handle?
- Adaptation Deviation: Rapunzel's hair can still grow after being cut. It's just no longer magical.
- Breather Episode: Aside from an encounter with bandits and a Vagueness Is Coming, nothing major happens. It's just about Rapunzel befriending Merida as her family visits Corona.
- Call-Back: In Heaven's Light, instead of sitting on Frollo's lap like in the canon film, Esmerelda sat on the Queen's and then kissed her at the tip of her nose. The crowd hollers at the display and the king smiles at her wife's blushing. In this story, Esmeralda puts her hands on the Queen's and had her face close to hers, making the Queen nervous and riling the crowd, but Esmeralda teases "not this year".
- Canon Welding: Frozen is now added. Rapunzel's maternal aunt is the Queen of Arendelle.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Frollo thought beheadings were uncivilized, but he allowed Baylen the executioner to do it once in a while.
- Futureshadowing: Rapunzel's belief that Merida will find love pretty much describes The Dragon and the Bow.
- HeelFace Turn: Fletcher seems to have mellowed out upon him and his brother being the new bell-ringers.
- It's All My Fault: Rapunzel blames herself for her aunt and uncle's death. She believes Elsa and Anna hate her for it.
- Jerkass: Rapunzel's cousin Prince Leon.
- Kick the Dog: As he was being dragged away by the guards, Leon curses Rapunzel for returning, denying him Corona's throne.
- My Greatest Failure: Francios blames himself for raising his son Leon the way he is. He raised him to be the next ruler of Corona, believing the Princess might never return. The goal went over Leon's head, and now that goal is taken from him when Rapunzel was finally found and Leon resents her for it.
- Politically Incorrect Villain: Leon. During their duel, he calls Quasimodo a "monster". Though his views of Quasi is nothing compared to his attitude towards his cousin.
- The Remnant: There are those who are still loyal to Frollo hiding elsewhere.