kingdom of arendelle

Disney Conspiracy!


Elsa and Anna’s parents were going to Rapunzel’s return celebration 3 years ago when their ship sank, which is why you see Rapunzel and Flynn attending Elsa’s coronation 3 years later.

Kingdom of Corona is in Germany.
Kingdom of Arendelle is in Norway.
The Little Mermaid was near Denmark.

What if that sunken ship in The Little Mermaid is the King and Queen’s of Arendelle’s??

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Disney Frozen #1

Brand-new adventures await Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, and the rest of your favorite characters from Disney’s Frozen! Return to the magical kingdom of Arendelle again and again in this all-new, original comic series from Joe Books. - $2.99

Disney Frozen #2

Brand new adventures await Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, and the rest of your favorite characters from Disney’s Frozen! Return to the magical kingdom of Arendelle again and again in the second installment of the all-new, original comic series from Joe Books. - $2.99

Disney Frozen #3

Brand new adventures await Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, and the rest of your favorite characters from Disney Frozen! Return to the magical kingdom of Arendelle again and again in the third installment of the all-new, original comic series from Joe Books. - $2.99

Disney Frozen #4

Brand new adventures await Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, Sven, and the rest of your favorite characters from Disney Frozen! Return to the magical kingdom of Arendelle again and again in the fourth installment of the all-new, original comic series from Joe Books. - $3.99

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nature’s top five khiii worlds wishlist! { 1 / 5 }
arendelle (frozen)

“sure, we’ll help you get your sister back!”
“sora! are you kidding?! it’s too cold out there!”

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This Swirling Storm Inside

(written for the @1dbigbang​)

author: shipsdrifting 
artist: @luzcoziam
rating: M
words: 45k
pairing: zayn/liam, harry/louis

When Zayn is four years old, he wonders if he might grow up to look like his father. He sits on Yaser’s lap, his father smiling down at him as Zayn reaches up to touch the prickly hairs on his chin. Zayn wonders if his face will feel like that when he grows up: skin rough, the dark stubble coarse on his angled jaw. He wonders if he’ll be tall, if he’ll have the same deep voice and booming laugh. He wonders if he, too, will be the King.

“Queen,” his mother corrects. “You’ll be the Queen, Zanirah.”

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A Frozen AU in which Zayn is the heir to the kingdom of Arendelle. He’s also trans, and his lifelong gender dysphoria is finally reaching a breaking point. 


The absolutely stunning pieces of artwork for this fic were done by the incredible @luzcoziam.

anonymous asked:

I feel you so much on the Anna thing :/ Every time I see a gif set featuring all the Disney princesses or a fan art set, Anna is usually missing. And if Anna IS included, it's just usually her as an add-on to Elsa. It's really frustrating :(

‘Anna, a fearless optimist, sets off on an epic journey – teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven – to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter.‘

That’s the start of one of the original, official descriptions of the film. Anna is, and was always meant to be, the main character. I mean, if some people like Elsa more I’m not saying they’re wrong because of course these things are very personal, and YES I know the film is about sisters so you can argue they’re equally as important (I’d disagree, but you could argue that), but it’s Anna’s story and Anna’s journey.

And on a slightly different note it just makes me a bit sad that so many people don’t seem to realise how awesome Anna is, as a character. She’s super-awesome. No one ever respects the Power of Heart.

(I have an Anna blog! 100% Anna all the time. @radiantsunflowerprincess )

Frozen AU

In the kingdom of Arendelle, peace and prosperity graced the land. It’s rulers, a kind and warm hearted king and his Wife the queen, they were blessed with two children, Yuuri the oldest, who had been born with the gift to create ice and snow, his powers still growing. And Minami a kind hearted bubbly child who saw the world with wide eyes.

The two brothers got along famously and the two were insuperable. Minami had always been in awe of his older brother’s gift as he himself had no such power. That didn’t make him jealous at all, it simply meant, to him anyway, that they were different. He had always felt safe around Yuuri, though his family was loving and doted on them both equally, he had a special bond with his older brother.

The giggles and bright excited banter could be heard through the long halls. Minami had spent the last few hours of early morning playing with his brother Yuuri. With his little hands the younger boy balled up some of the snow that his brother had made “think fast!” he bellowed happily as he threw the snowball at Yuuri.

@the-eros-experience

adayinwriterslife  asked:

Do you have any Elena of Avalor headcanons?

It’s sort of a fine line between headcanons and stuff that’s half canon and half me. Here’s my major ones for the main cast+setting stuff:

Elena is very independent and her first instinct is to do things on her own without waiting for backup or a second opinion. It stems from her time in the Amulet, when she had no clue what had happened to the rest of her family and just had to figure things out on her own for 41 years. This also fuels her impulsiveness, as she feels she has to be the one to get something done and it has to be done now.

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drew’s disney’s descendants auViola, Princess of Corona, daughter of Queen Rapunzel, the Found Princess, and Prince Eugene of House Fitzherbert

One of the most unique landscapes in Auradon is the kingdom of Corona, which exists on a massive island, reached only by a series of stone bridges from the forests of Rosencourt. The cities and villages circle the palace, set upon the highest hill, and the people of Corona are generally a loving and compassionate people. Corona is sister kingdoms with Arendelle, a bond brought tighter by recent family ties. The Coronan coat of arms is a lemon-yellow sun on a purple field, and their words are “The Lights Will Appear.”

King Harold the Good and Queen Bethany are still alive, but their days as rulers wore them down as they spent so many years in strife, hoping their missing daughter would one day return to them. The princess reappeared at the palace after spending her whole life in captivity, and she spent the following years learning about her history, her family, her kingdom, and her people, and she brought a creativity to the government that made the people of Corona fall even further in love with her. Wishing to spend their later years as a family without the pressure of ruling, King Harold and Queen Bethany passed the crown to Rapunzel early and a few years after her coronation, Queen Rapunzel married Eugene of House Fitzherbert and gave birth to their twins, a girl called Viola and a boy called Sebastian. Queen Rapunzel and Queen Belle struck up a strong friendship during the establishment of Auradon that has brought the kingdoms closer, and Viola, Sebastian, and Beau grew up seeing each other quite often, making them perhaps the closest friends among the various ambassadors at the start of the summit.

Viola has been blind since birth. Her mother was always a very visual person, her passion for art brought her joy during her years locked away in the tower and ultimately the sight of her parents’ floating lanterns was the key to their reunion. Sebastian inherited this creativity from their mother but Viola was by nature a very physical child, preferring to run, climb trees, wade through the brooks. She also took after her father, spinning lies when she broke any rules and shrewdly talking her way into and out of any situation in which she found herself, a talent which would later manifest itself as political cunning. Viola met Prince Chandran of Maldonia when they were younger and she fell so in love with the kindness that he showed her that she’s been determined to marry him ever since, and has been hopeful that the Maldonians would agree to send him to the summit.

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Can we please just stop for a second and talk about Elsa from Frozen

First off is her past. Before her accident that almost killed Anna she was shown to be a playful and loving child, who loved her powers and created joy for her sister Anna.

But this changed drastically after the accident, after she shut Anna out. She became cold and distant towards her kingdom, her subjects, and most importantly, Anna. The sequence shown in the film during the song ‘Do you wanna build a snowman’ is evident for her isolation throughout the years. But the film language in the sequence is the most important out of the whole. The sequence mainly featured Anna growing up outside Elsa’s door, and the things she had done to fight off her boredom and disappointment, but in between there were little bits of conversation and interaction coming from Elsa. What I meant by film language, one of them was her dress code. Throughout the years of her isolation her outfits became more and more wrapped up, decent.

Art by Brittney Lee

Less and less skin was shown and it had the same effect as her gloves, to protect others, out of her fear. Right after the accident whenever her face was shown, it was one of sadness and guilt. Gone was the light in her eyes and in its place were unspoken apologies and tremendous fear. That brings us to another point: her fear. Her fear was shown consistently throughout the film: it acts as a driving force for almost all of her actions and therefore the plot. The accident did numbers on her. She now feared her powers more than ever before, and she chose isolation to protect the ones she loved.

Contrasting with what most people say her isolation was voluntary, not forced. Her parents misinterpreted what Grand Pabbie had said,

‘Fear will be your enemy.’

Her parents thought it meant fear of their daughter Elsa from other people.

And that was why they locked her up, or at least rarely let her leave, and Elsa grew to believe the misguided conception as well. Shown as the more mature one out of the two sisters, she was never once shown to break any of the isolation rules her parents set for her. She knew why it had to be this way and the rules were never broken even after her parents left her.

On the subject of her parents brings us to another point: her role. As the elder sister and therefore heir to the throne she was groomed to rule the kingdom of Arendelle after her father. It is the most important role in all of the kingdom. She must be trained to be a leader, to take charge of her subjects and make decisions best for the whole kingdom.

That is a huge responsibility as all of the lives of her subjects and the fate of Arendelle rests squarely and solely on her shoulders. She was taught knowledge, grace, power, authority, success. And these couldn’t be taken lightly for she would be a public figure, a role model. All things must be polished to perfection for any mistake could be fatal to her kingdom. You can imagine the stress she was put under starting from a young age, where everyone expected perfection from her, grace from her, discipline, wisdom, leadership, success from her.

As the heir she was to lead like her Father before her: with kindness, wisdom, and authority.

As the Queen she was behave like her Mother: with sophistication and grace.

But one additional thing that’s making it even harder for her was her fear. Her fear of hurting others with her powers.

The stress to control them as fast as she could for she was to be a public figure soon, a Queen, and that meant close and constant interaction with her subjects, her staff, and Arendelle’s trade partners.

To have such high expectations coming from so many people, to be responsible for so many lives for so many years to come, adding onto that, her fear and self-loathing, it should have crippled her.

But it didn’t.

It didn’t because of her personality, her maturity. It might have already crippled her but she certainly did not show it. As an heir with a sibling she could have escaped from her fate, her destiny. She could have left the kingdom and left the throne to Anna, and everyone would be safe from her, but she didn’t. She didn’t because she knew that as the elder it is her responsibility to rule after her father. She didn’t because as the mature one she knew that Anna’s not capable enough, not mature enough, to take over an entire kingdom. Her love for her sister and her subjects acted as her motivation. She pushed on, all those years out of concern for the fate of her kingdom, despite her fear. And when her powers got discovered, she could have still ruled with her powers. She could have had more authority, more power, over her subjects and her kingdom.

But instead she ran.

She ran because she knew this was not the way to rule, this was not what her father would have wanted from her. She ran out of her fear for the safety of her subjects, more so than herself. Even when she was on the North Mountain and Anna told her about the Eternal Winter she still cared.

This is the most important factor of all: her selflessness.

All the factors I have mentioned revolves around a single one: selflessness. She gave up her freedom, for her subjects. She gave up her happiness, for her subjects. She gave up everything that could have made her feel better, for her subjects. At the end she was even about to give up her life.

Out of love.

The love she had in her heart, although she didn’t realize it, is overwhelming. All those years, those thirteen whole years she endured. I cannot imagine the amount of guilt she felt every day for shutting Anna out without an explanation; the guilt she felt from the day she injured her sister; the guilt that intensified every passing second because she couldn’t even apologize to Anna and ask for her forgiveness because Anna couldn’t even remember what happened; the amount of fear and stress she felt when she thought she had not achieved perfection, when the time for her to rule was getting nearer and nearer and she still couldn’t control her powers. The sadness she felt when the Duke of Weselton called her a monster, when everyone turned afraid of her; the guilt that returned when she learned from Anna that she has put her kingdom and her subjects under an Eternal Winter, when her fears came true. She endured, for thirteen fucking years, full of guilt, regret, and fear. Even after all of that torture she still came out as sane.

Every day.

Every day.

“Do you wanna build a snowman Elsa?”

“It doesn’t have to be a snowman.”

“Please come out.”

“Are you mad at me?”

“Why Elsa? Why are you shutting me out?”

“Conceal, don’t feel.”

“Elsa what have you done?”

“She’s ice cold.”

“What have you done?”

“What have you done?”

Which is why when she finally found beauty in her powers and confidence in herself, it came to be the most beautiful thing in the world.

I am aware that I have repeated myself from my last 2000 word essay post, but again, I had to emphasize: People should not be the slightest bit ashamed if they like Elsa for any of the reasons above. She is an incredible character and she has, and will always have, a special place in my heart.

Yes I just did that

~ Pegacorn1210

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Winterguard - Soldier Class

To start off with the Kingdom Hearts World Study Project, for the character design segment, I designed a solder-class Heartless based off the Arendelle Guards.

They are mostly seen on the snow but will chase the gang onto icy surfaces as well. Once they are on the ice, they act like hockey players in a sense. They have this attack where they lodge their lance into the ice and spin rapidly. They become disoriented and confused so that’s your time to strike! (Note, they are actually more vulnerable on ice, because they are actually bad skaters and they will drop munny if they slip)

In terms of personality, I think they are serious but clumsy as well. The hat clearly is the brains and I imagine, if their attack misses or if they slip on ice, the hat will fuss about, stretch and reprimand them. 

I figure that the Winterguards would be a manifestation of Hans’ desire for loyalty and respect, or a representation of the people of Arendelle’s desire for the winter to end through the means. 

Feel free to click to read the annotations! 

An Enchanted Adventure

Happy Birthday @xpumpkindumplingx!!!!

i’ve not finished what I originally promised you (it will be done!) but here’s a little something for your birthday - I hope you like it!! 

Have a wonderful day; you definitely deserve it!! 


War had come to Misthaven. News of a bloodthirsty monarch heading for their shores, had Queen Snow and king David preparing for battle to protect their kingdom. 

Upon their departure, they’d left their eldest daughter, princess Emma in the safety of Lieutenant Killian Jones’ care. A loyal and fiercely brave man of their Royal Navy. Only the second man they’d trust in favour of his Captain and elder brother, Captain Liam Jones.

Liam had his own task at hand. While his brother was to stay behind and protect the princess, Liam was to escort Queen Elsa of Arendelle back to her kingdom safely in the wake of the terrible news. 

“You fascinate me, your highness.”

“How so?”

“I honestly don’t know. The way you think… it’s admirable.”

The two had formed a kindred friendship that always had them enjoying each other’s company. But as they journey across the ocean towards Arendelle, they find their relationship deepening. 

Their protectiveness over their younger siblings, their struggles to lead, their tough exteriors that hide their compassion all melt away leaving just themselves, learning about each others passions, dreams, hearts.

“What do you think of the view?”

“It’s beautiful. I’d no idea a ship could fly.”

“Well usually they can’t, but for you, only the best.”

Unfortunately, with open hearts comes open fears. Liam wonders if he’d ever be enough for a Queen. A simple Naval Captain who worked his way to the top from nothing. While Elsa struggles with wondering if loving a serviceman would cause her more pain that joy, wondering if every time he sailed away if it would be his last. 

But Jones men are never cowards, and Liam finds himself succumbing to his emotions, stealing a kiss in the dark of his cabin from the Queen. Elsa is more than eager to return it, leading to an awakening between them that they share between his crisp bed linens.

Their encounter leaves both shaken, completely lost to love but also completely terrified.

All too soon, the shores of Arendelle appear, and Liam is saying goodbye to Elsa as she’s escorted by her guards to the safety of her castle. She does not cry as she’s taken away, a single tear being the only indication that his departure has broken her heart.

She spends the next day sullen, wondering if his crew has finally restocked and departed, wondering if he’ll make it back safely, wondering if she’ll only ever see him through chance encounters at Queen Snow’s castle… or if she’ll ever see him again.

The heavy oak door opens but she doesn’t turn to address the person, who most likely is her younger sister Anna, wondering if she’s okay. 

But a voice shocks her to her core, causing her to spin in disbelief.

“Liam?”

“I couldn’t leave with out telling you.”

“Telling me what?”

“That i’ve fallen. Deeply and madly in love with you, my queen.”

They fall into each other’s arms, confessing their love for the other, relief visible in both their eyes. They’ll make it work. However hard it may be, they have each other to fight for.

When Liam returns to Misthaven, the King and Queen have already beaten him back with news of a negotiation. The dreaded war avoided and a surprise announcement of his younger brother officially courting the princess. 

It seems the kingdoms of Misthaven and Arendelle will have a double royal wedding in their futures.