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Elsa


Elsa

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Voice actor : Idina Menzel

Main type : Official character

Realistic? : Realistic

Used in a fan creation? : Used in a fan creation

Permission to use : Public

Gender : Female

Character details : Many details

Main color : White

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Elsa is one of the main characters in the movie Frozen. She was born with powers that allows her to create snow. One day, when she and her sister Anna were playing as children, she accidentally hit Anna on the head with her powers. After Anna was healed by trolls, Elsa hid her powers from the world for years.

Three years after her parents died, Elsa was crowned Queen of Arendell. At her coronation, Anna fell in love with a prince named Hans, and asked for her blessing in their marriage. After a brief argument, Elsa accidentally revealed her powers and fled to the mountains, leaving Arendell under a winter spell.

Anna persuded her and encountered her, trying to persuade her to come back. But once again, Elsa accidentally hit Anna with her powers, this time in the heart. Anna and her traveling partner, Kristoff, were forced to flee when Elsa created a monster snowman. Later, Hans led a team to capture Elsa and bring her back to Arendell.

As she once again began to flee the country, she was informed by Hans that Anna had died from a frozen heart. In her despair, she fell to her knees. Unknown to her, Hans wished to kill her, but as he brought down his sword, Anna (who was not yet frozen), ran between them and blocked the blade. Hans became incompacitated, but Anna froze solid.

Elsa, heartbroken, began to cry over Anna's frozen body, but as she did, Anna thawed. Elsa realized that there was a way to control her powers: true love. She unfroze Arendelle and became the country's queen.

 



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September 07, 2014
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Chasity > I believe you would be the only one, considering Elsa is far more popular than Anna in the Frozen fandom. Elsa is actually Disney's first "realistic" character, showing real signs of fear, anxiety, and depression. That's a pretty big step for Disney. Originally Elsa was intended to be the villain. But it was when she was a villain that made her less interesting. She was basically evil because she was jealous of Anna, a decades-old Disney cliche put to rest. I believe they changed her for the better, and most people of the Frozen fandom completely agree. There are people who still enjoy the original Elsa, myself included, but our current one is far more complex, and gives people someone to relate to.

August 30, 2014
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I didn't confirmed that I saw her as a antagonist, I know she isn't, I just said that MAYBE if Elsa we're the antagonist of the story, MAYBE she would be a more interesting character

August 30, 2014
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Elsa wasn't the antagonist. And even if you wanted to classify her as one, she wasn't the MAIN one. If you view her in that light, yes, she'll seem like a weak character.

August 29, 2014
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Am I the only one who thinks that Elsa's character would be much better if she we're the main antagonist? Like, if she got mad and evil because of her powers, and wanted to destroy Arendelle purposely... Just and idea ;)

April 05, 2014
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my too Elsa 12

April 05, 2014
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Emma Watson <3
"The cold never bothered me anyway."
Probably one of my favorite lines of all time! Oh, Elsa, if only I had powers like you.




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