Finally, she allows herself to be led. Out of the hatch. Down the corridor. Into the Boop and into the black. Thrusters burning bright, hurling them into the gleaming blue. Her eyes shining with the light of it. Beneath, between, beyond.
Lilian and Anna Arendelle are the most famous, well paid and successful TV personas for the last couple of years in Corona. They are the perfect couple, in life and on television. Except for one little detail, they hate each other. Once the news broadcast is over they leave the studio and find themselves in differnt arms. MODERN AU ELSANNA (lilian is elsa’s twin)
M, English, Romance, chapters: 3, words: 4k+, favs: 1, follows: 4, updated: 10h ago published: Nov 13, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff B., Sven
.308 AR-10 variant with a self-regulating short stroke gas piston operating system. Uses a side-charging handle upper with a 16″ long barrel. The rifle is named after a fallen Ranger who’s call sign was Tyrant 22.
Named after Sgt. 1st Class Kristoffer B. Domeij, 29, who was killed on his 14th deployment in Afghanistan on October 22, 2011. He was the Army’s first qualified Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) evaluator and his call sign was Tyrant 22. Kristoffer holds the ‘distinction’ of being the most deployed soldier in American history to be killed in action. Fearless in life and in combat, Domeij is remembered by friends and comrades as a consummate warrior and true professional. Col. Mark W. Odom, commander of the 75th Ranger Regiment, said Domeij was a veteran of hundreds of combat missions “whose ability to employ fire support platforms made him a game changer on the battlefield — an operator who in real terms had the value of an entire strike force on the battlefield.” Lt. Col. David Hodne, his battalion commander, said “this was a Ranger you wanted at your side when the chips were down.”
Every time I see this scene I always think to myself: “Wow Kristoff, that’s a really awkward smile. Is that even a smile? Your lips are twitching upwards but it doesn’t look too much like a smile. I’ve seen you do better then that Kristoff.”
But then I realized that this was probably the first time (in forever) that Kristoff gave a genuine, kind, hopeful smile to a real human being. Especially a girl human being.
Kristoff doesn’t really know how to act because he has probably never felt that way before towards anyone. He probably feels very weird because face it, falling in love is weird.
So he smiles. He awkwardly smiles. Half in awe, half in surprise, half in love. He’s just letting in all of these emotions that he had never felt before, and just letting it mix in his mind.
And it may feel weird, but Kristoff clearly seems to be okay with it.
Also we should probably talk about #1 Kristanna shipper Sven back there in the Background :b
Sgt. 1st Class Kristoffer B. Domeij, 29, was killed during combat operations in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan when the assault force triggered an improvised explosive device.
Domeij was a Ranger Joint Terminal Attack Controller assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Co., 2nd Bn., 75th Ranger Regiment at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.
He was on his 14th combat deployment to Afghanistan in support of the War on Terror.
Domeij was born October 5, 1982 in Santa Ana, Calif. After graduating from Rancho Bernardo High School in 2000, he enlisted in the U.S. Army in July, 2001 from San Diego, Calif.
Domeij completed Basic Combat Training and Fire Support Advanced Individual Training at Fort Sill, Okla. After graduating from the Basic Airborne Course, he was assigned to the Ranger Assessment and Selection Program at Fort Benning.
Following graduation from the Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, Domeij was assigned to Co. C, 2nd Bn., 75th Ranger Regiment in 2002 where he served as a Forward Observer. He also served in Headquarters and Headquarters Co. (HHC), as a Reconnaissance Joint Terminal Attack Controller, Co., B as the Fire Support Noncommissioned Officer, and again in HHC as the Battalion Fires Support Noncommissioned Officer.
Domeij was also a Joint Terminal Attack Controller - Evaluator and was one of the first Army qualified JTAC’s, training which is usually reserved for members of the Air Force.
Domeij’s military education includes the Basic Airborne Course, the Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, the Warrior Leader’s Course, the Advanced Leader’s Course, the Senior Leader’s Course, U.S. Army Ranger School, Jumpmaster School, Pathfinder School, Joint Firepower Control Course, and Joint Fires Observer Course. His awards and decorations include the Ranger Tab, Combat Action Badge, Expert Infantry Badge, Senior Parachutist Badge, the Pathfinder Badge and the U.S. Army Expert Rifle Marksmanship Qualification Badge.
He has also been awarded the Bronze Star Medal with one oak leaf cluster, the Joint Commendation Medal, the Army Commendation Medal with four oak leaf clusters, Army Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal with three loops, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with two campaign stars, Iraq Campaign Medal with three campaign stars, the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon with numeral three, Army Service Ribbon, and the Overseas Ribbon with numeral four.
He will be posthumously awarded the Bronze Star Medal, the Purple Heart, and the Meritorious Service Medal.
He is survived by his wife, Sarah and daughters Mikajsa and Aaliyah of Lacey, Wash.; his mother Scoti Domeij of Colorado Springs, Colo., and his brother Kyle Domeij of San Diego, California.
Pvt. 1st Class Christopher Alexander Horns, 20, was killed during combat operations in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan when the assault force triggered an improvised explosive device.
Horns was a Ranger automatic rifleman assigned to Co. C, 2nd Bn., 75th Ranger Regiment at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. He was on his first deployment to Afghanistan in support of the War on Terror.
Horns was born Nov. 10, 1990 in Sumter, S.C. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in July, 2010 from his hometown of Colorado Springs, Colo.
Horns completed One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Ga., as an infantryman. After graduating from the Basic Airborne Course, he was assigned to the Ranger Assessment and Selection Program also at Fort Benning. Following graduation from Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, Horns was assigned to Co. C, where he served as an assistant machine gunner and automatic rifleman.
His military education includes the Basic Airborne Course and the Ranger Assessment and Selection Program.
His awards and decorations include the Parachutist Badge and the U.S. Army Expert Rifle Marksmanship Qualification Badge. He has also been awarded the National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and Army Service Ribbon. Horns will be posthumously awarded the Purple Heart, the Army Commendation Medal for Combat Service, the Army Commendation Medal for Peacetime Service, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal and the Combat Infantry Badge.
He is survived by his parents Larry and Tamara Horns, and his sister Tiffany of Colorado Springs, Colo.
As Rangers, Domeij and Horns selflessly lived their lives for others and distinguished themselves as members of the Army’s premier direct action raid force and fought valiantly as they served their fellow Rangers and our great Nation.
Modern AU. Anna reminisces about the love of her life; the good times and the bad. This is the story of how they met, how they lived, and how eventually Anna was forced to move on. Mostly T rated, some M rated content in certain chapters. Rated M for safety. [Hanna, Elsanna, (no incest), Kristanna]
M, English, Romance & Tragedy, chapters: 38, words: 110k+, favs: 32, follows: 47, updated: 6h ago published: Jun 19, 2014, [Anna, Elsa] Kristoff B., OC
Captain Elsa Frost and her family are back, and they’re on a starship. Join the crew of the Archangel as they embark on adventures across the galaxy in the next chapter of the Last Knydaxian saga. (Series of episodes set in the same universe as The Last Knydaxian. Elsanna, Non-Incest, Features crossovers with a ton of other series and ships, all set in the same AU) (Art by Nona)
I don't think that I would have hated Olaf quite so much if he had just actually worked as a plot device and either told Anna about her altered memories & the accident or told her that ELSA really loved her instead of Kristoff. God, what a waste of a barely important character. (Seriously Anna never finds out about her memories & Word of God says that Kristoff didn't tell her b/c he thought that her nearly dying was funny. Gross.)
That’s even better!
I know that it bothers me how they portrayed Kristoff. I actually wished Anna punched him in the face instead.
Slow burn Elsanna. Modern AU, Elsa has spent 13 years in isolation then one day their parents pass away. Will Anna be able to get through her sister’s door once and for all? Warning: dark scenes in future chapters. Mention of self harm and suicide. No character deaths - promise.
M, English, Angst & Romance, chapters: 22, words: 115k+, favs: 15, follows: 35, updated: 8h ago published: Jun 19, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff B., Hans
It’d been a few months being alone without her family-without Elsa. While Elsa had let her go, Anna couldn’t. She wanted her love of her life back. But what would it take? What did she have to risk? (elsanna) RATED: M/ un-beta’d
M, English, Romance, chapters: 3, words: 6k+, favs: 14, follows: 39, updated: 1h ago published: Sep 19, [Anna, Elsa] Kristoff B., Hans
Remember how we are getting deleted scenes in the Frozen Bluray/DVD??
What if the scene the book describes when Kristoff punches the shit out of Hans and knocks him out is one of those scenes?!
I mean, the way they animate him adjusting his jaw when he get’s up
Would go with what the book describes rather than what is implied by the movie:
“Behind her, Hans was fuming. He quickly picked up his broken sword and started to swing it at Elsa, but Kristoff ran at him just in time. He hit Hans right on the jaw and knocked him down. There would be no second blows for Hans.”
It makes more sense that Hans was knocked out by Kristoff rather than the force of Anna turning into Ice. If they animated Kristoff hitting his jaw, and just cut the scene, that would explain why Han’s was out for so long and why he woke up adjusting it!
LADIES PRAYER CIRCLE THAT THIS IS TRUE AND WE GET THIS MUCH NEEDED SCENE
Walking Sven was one of Maebyn’s top least favorite activities. Although it wasn’t a permanent chore–her mother usually would do this but Gerda was sick the night before and Anna refused to leave her four year old’s side.
It was not as if Maebyn hated Sven. She just didn’t quite like him. Her aunt’s white and orange cat named Olaf was so much better. And more clean. It was true that Maebyn once knew Sven and Olaf as a reindeer and snowman but she did not remember.
“Sven come on!” She tugged at his leash–trying to keep him from a corndog stand. “You are such a brat!” Maebyn managed to get him to heel for several blocks but suddenly the Irish Wolfhound broke free. “Sven! Sven get back here you little crazy bathead!” She ran after him as he ran into a shop. A pub.
“Sven!” Maebyn ran through the door and she gave a horrified yelp as the dog lunged for a blonde man. “Stop! Get away from that man!” She rushed to the animal but stopped short, looking up at one of the menus. “Arendelle?” she reached for Sven’s leash, clutching it. The anxiety built up, embarrassed about the situation. She felt her hands, she felt a build up of frost creep around the leash. Maebyn told herself it would be okay. The girl pulled away, without the dog and tucked her hands in her sweatshirt pocket.