THIS NEEDS TO BE ADDRESSED. Queen Elsa, after the movie ends, would end up being (in the eyes of foreign countries) the most terrifying leader ever. Let me repeat that for you guys, the most terrifying leader ever.
By the end of the movie, Elsa has complete control over her powers. She can make humongous castles without really even breaking a sweat, she has no limit as far as we can tell. If enemies attacked, they’d have infinite fortresses and gigantic walls built around the capital city.
Furthermore, Elsa isn’t just wicked with snow. She can create artificial life, she did so twice in Olaf and Marshmallow. Marshmallow is a terrifying guard monster, and Olaf has a fully functional mind. She could create entire armies and never endanger a single one of her citizens.
Finally, the most important point. If Queen Elsa was pissed at your nation? There goes your crop. She could freeze everything, and instantly, you have a famine on your hands. Still not submitting? Well, then she can embargo you, freeze up your port like she accidentally did to Arendelle. Elsa would completely dominate your trade, and clench her fist around your entire nation’s food supply.
Elsa is a force to be reckoned with. Despite her early struggles, her Allies are gonna have a hell of a time with diplomacy. Time to give everything you own to Arendelle! (sorry to go all game of thrones on yall…)
Lady Gaga's Born This Way Ball Set Design Released
Mama monster has given all of her little monsters a gift: Lady Gaga has released a sneak preview of the stage design for her upcoming tour, the Born this Way Ball. Gaga tweeted the artist’s rendering at midnight, which revealed an elaborate medieval castle replete with a fortress wall that doubles as a runway. She […] http://dlvr.it/19szQN
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