Let it go! As of Monday, November 30th, 2020, I and my other Disney Princesses have adventured into a new world as this wiki has retired. We'll see you there! ~Elsa, the Snow Queen
- Activity: Active
- Last known status: Alive
- Years active: 2013 - present
- Gender: Female
- Hair color: Platinum blonde
- Eyes color: Blue
- Scheme: Icy turquoise
- 1 Info
- 2 Description
- 3 Personality
- 4 Appearance
- 5 References
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Portal
- 8 Sophie's Revenge
- 9 Chicken Invaders
- 10 Doraemon
- 11 Main Appearance
- 12 Special Appearance
- 13 Starring
- 14 Guest appearance
Elsa Frost of Northuldra, formerly known as Queen Elsa Frost of Arendelle, is an actress, and a character in the magic of snow, in winter season, after Christmas Carol. She is starred in the Frozen series, and Ralph breaks the Internet, and played by Angela Napoli first, then Dr. Amy Cares. Elsa is the deuteragonist of original Frozen, and protagonist of Frozen II.
From the outside, Elsa looks poised, regal, and reserved, but in reality, she lives in fear as she wrestles with a mighty secret — she was born with the power to create ice and snow. It's a beautiful ability, but also extremely dangerous. Haunted by the moment her magic nearly killed her younger sister Anna, Elsa has isolated herself, spending every waking minute trying to suppress her growing powers. Her mounting emotions trigger the magic, accidentally setting off an eternal winter that she can't stop. She fears she's becoming a monster and that no one, not even her sister, can help her.
As the queen regnant of the kingdom of Arendelle, Elsa appears calm, reserved, regal and - unlike her sister - graceful and poised. Beneath this cool and collected appearance, however, Elsa is quite turbulent; in truth, the Snow Queen was, for a majority of her young life, troubled by her abilities, a feeling which stems from a traumatic incident as a child. When she was younger, she had cared strongly for Anna and, despite being the more mature and cautious of the two sisters, Elsa was still quite playful and used her magic to have fun and goof off.
However, after witnessing her magic cause her sister harm, Elsa lived in fear and trauma for a great amount of her life as she became too terrified to let her powers overdevelop. She consequently chose isolation from everyone she cared for, including Anna, out of the presumption that her isolation would protect them from her power. This would eventually result in years of loneliness, misery, bitterness, and grief. Regret would gradually take its toll on her as well when tragedies struck throughout her life from the accident with her sister to the death of her parents, leaving them both to mourn and grieve alone.
Elsa's damaging experience through the crucial stages from childhood to adulthood caused her personality to shift. She became reclusive, insecure, emotionally unstable, anxious, and depressed. For Elsa, her powers and nature grew more restrained as the years passed, slowly molding her into the cold-hearted queen others saw her to be. When given the chance to rest and relent, however, Elsa's true warm, kind, fun loving, and innocently mischievous personality came about - but only briefly, and with restriction, as seen on the night of her coronation.
Elsa also has an altruistic disposition that contributes to her compassion towards her people. Throughout the entirety of the film, the Snow Queen's actions are driven by the desire to protect her kingdom, and more intimately, Anna. Unfortunately, that comes with a price, as Elsa's upbringing would lead her to believe that, for the safety of her loved ones, and for the sake of remaining true to who she is as a gifted person, she is a living disaster that must be removed from society. Even with Anna's persistence to help end the curse, Elsa's method of solving the problem - enforced isolation - would remain prevalent. Her determination to solve her problems through singularity is Elsa's greatest flaw, driven by her anxiety and traumatic childhood experiences.
Though a benevolent and giving person, Elsa suffers from emotional instability due to years of keeping her emotions bottled up. When her strong emotions are triggered, Elsa often loses control over her emotions which can create dangerous situations for herself and others around her. An example of this is when Anna informed her that she had unknowingly plunged Arendelle into an "eternal winter", she began panicking as she realized she had brought harm upon her kingdom, which made her lose control of both her emotions and powers, resulting in ice bursting from her chest and striking Anna in the heart. But perhaps the prime example of this was when the Duke of Weselton's guards attempted to assassinate her and Elsa realizes she has no choice to fight back, and, unable to control her fury, goes from self-defense to fighting back more aggressively, nearly pushing a man off the edge of her ice palace and pinning another to the wall with icicles.
During "Let It Go", however, Elsa reveals a liberated side to her personality. Without stress, responsibilities, or the fear of hurting others, the queen is strong and unafraid, yet with an air of elegance still surrounding her. Based on this fact, she has confidence in her abilities and accepts them as a part of her, no longer worried or daunted by her restraints. In the segment, which was entirely about letting go of her fear of using her powers and embracing herself, Elsa decides to abandon what she was made to be so that she can be free to be herself. While expressing this, Elsa proves that she is notably creative and strong in geometry (her ice palace is made entirely out of geometric figures), and a daring young woman willing to reject her own fate as Arendelle's queen for the choice of her own personal freedom as well as to protect the people in Arendelle from her powers.
Following her return to power as Arendelle's reigning monarch, Elsa's original personality, not dominate since childhood, makes a return. With a warm, welcoming aura, Elsa rules her kingdom with a genuine smile and spends most of her spare time using her abilities for the pleasure of herself, her sister, and the entire kingdom. As seen in Frozen Fever, this aspect of Elsa's personality has not only remained, but strengthened, as the short heavily showcased Elsa's lighter side as fun-loving, and extremely devoted to her sister, yet retained her sense of elegance, vibrancy, and compassion. In spite of this, Elsa continues to feel guilt for the past, which manifested itself into a personal mission to ensure that Anna is content at all times; in Frozen Fever, she went to great lengths to give Anna a memorable birthday, and dedicated to ensuring that even the slightest detail was perfect. During their first holiday season as a united family, Elsa came to realize that she and Anna had no family traditions to share with one another, which she openly blamed herself for.
In the sequel, Elsa maintains her personality from the first film and also seeks the entire truth. After learning of their parent's deaths, Elsa keeps blaming herself for her magical abilities and taking the matter to her own hands by letting her sister Anna go safe and going to the dark sea.
At 21 years of age and 24 in Frozen II, Elsa has a tall and slender build, blue eyes, rosy cheeks, thin pink lips, a small nose, long platinum blonde hair, and very pale skin with a light dusting of freckles (a trait she shares with her sister Anna, though less prominent). During her coronation, she bore a striking resemblance to her mother, only with platinum blonde hair, unlike her mother who is a brunette.
Before her coronation, Elsa's casual outfits have consisted of a dress with a long-sleeved vest over blouse and bodice favoring a blue-black color scheme. Ever since the accident with Anna at age eight, Elsa wears white gloves to contain her powers. As she grew older, she started wearing darker clothes with purple colors thrown in.
For the coronation, Elsa wears a teal dress with a sweetheart bodice with bronze trim and dark teal, maroon and purple rosemaling on the skirt and bodice, a black long-sleeved turtleneck blouse with red and teal crystal-shaped prints on it, a magenta cape, a gold tiara, dark brown flats with gold outlines and teal stockings (which disappear after her transformation) underneath, and her hair woven in a French braided crown twist bun held together with a blue ribbon. For her gloves, she wears longer, cyan gloves with teal prints on, that go with her outfit. Her eyelids have a dusting of purple eye shadow and she wears magenta lipstick.
In her Snow Queen state, Elsa wears her hair in a loose French braid that is swept over her left shoulder, tied with a hair band with a crystal-like snowflake on it. It is woven with snowflake incrustations, and wisps of her bangs slicked back on top of her head with a smaller piece resting down on her forehead. Her hair appears to be thick, although this may be so because she has much more hair (roughly 400,000 strands) than the average human (100,000 strands). She wears a crystal-blue off-the-shoulder dress made out of ice with a right knee-high slit, a crystallized bodice, and translucent powder blue sleeves. She also wears ice-made kitten heels and a long transparent floor-sweeping cape of sheer ice decorated with large snowflakes attached to the back of her bodice. Elsa still wears the same makeup as at the coronation, however, due to the change in lighting, the magenta lipstick becomes a dark pink, and her lavender eye shadow becomes a shiny purplish-pink.
In Frozen Fever, Elsa wears her hair in her signature French braid (tied with a hair band with a pink flower on it in place of a snowflake) woven with small pink flowers and a larger pink flower on the right side of her head. She wears an emerald green off-the-shoulder dress made out of ice with a right knee-high slit, just like her Snow Queen dress. Unlike her ice dress, her Frozen Fever dress has a sweetheart bodice which is covered in teal ice crystals that are patterned to resemble leaves and light green translucent short sleeves. Her sleeves and top of her bodice are decorated with pink flowers. She wears dark emerald green ice kitten heels and a long transparent floor-sweeping dark emerald green cape of sheer ice decorated with flower and leaf designs with pink flowers stuck on is attached to the back of her bodice. Her eye shadow is now a light pink and she wears dark pink lipstick.
In Olaf's Frozen Adventure, Elsa wears a midnight blue off-the-shoulder sleeved gown - displaying a return to her use of dark colors - that incorporates her signature Snow Queen style. The dress has a velvet texture though it has a large fur collar with small stones inside, and a small V-shaped cut at the center that exposes a purple undershirt. Fitting her regal status, Elsa's outfit features a transparent blue cape; however, this one is slightly less transparent than the previous capes. She wears dark blue ice kitten heels, similar to her first Snow Queen outfit. On the chest, cape, and rims of the outfit are diamond-shaped crystals scattered across, with some forming the lower half of her Snowflake emblem on the neckline and a larger pattern on the back of the cape. She wears a small winter berry wreath-pin in her hair.
In Ralph breaks the Internet, she wore a "Let it Go" shirt.
In the sequel, Elsa maintains her hairstyle in her Snow Queen state and wears a magenta-colored gown. She also wears a scarf which was worn by her mother Queen Iduna. During their travel to the Enchanted Forest, she wears a light blue jacket with a pale blue dress adorned with a sky blue belt as the long sleeves are showing her shoulders, matching pale blue tights and boots and is set off by a flowing cape split in two in the back She wears ice blue boots with shimmering snowflake patterns from top to toe. Her dress, which has an illusion neckline is pale blue, the skirt of her dress stops at the shin. When she travels alone to the sea and taming the Nokk, Elsa removes her jacket, boots and the clip from her French braid to make it loose as she tied her hair into a loose ponytail. When she takes the mantle of her mother's dress and as the fifth element, Elsa's hair is now loose and wears a combination between her second outfit and her dress from her Snow Queen state, she wears a white off-the-shoulder dress with a right knee-high slit, through which you can see her light greyish blue tights, and white long sleeves which have the symbol of the four elements at the shoulder. Along her chest down to her waist are diamond shaped ice crystals resembling the elements of fire, water, wind and earth. Her translucent cape fades to blue at the bottom and is split in two, like fairy wings, draping over her as if to showcase her status as the fifth spirit. The glittery sequins on her sleeves and tights signify that she is the Snow Queen, and the protector of the forest, she wears white open toe flats.
- As of winter solstice theory
- Allison Heart (Zhang Ziyi 章子怡 - 장쯔이)
- Angela Napoli 赵薇 Vicki Zhao Wei)
- Jenny Garcia ((蔡依林 Jolin Tsai (Tsai Y-lin))
- Emily O'Malley (林心如 Ruby Lin Xinru - 임심여)
- Amber Jackson ((林依晨 Ariel Lin Yi-Chen)
- Evelyn Napoli (周迅 Zhou Xun)
- Sophia Gomez ((王菲 Faye Wong Fei (Wang Fei), (Miranda Taylor Cosgrove))
- Robin Fisher ((陳慧琳 Kelly Chen Wai-lam)
- Jenny Pope (范冰冰 Fan Bing Bing - 판빙빙)
- Lisa Asher (金莎 Milansa/Kym Jin Sha)
- Mary Vanderworth (- Michelle Chen 陳妍希)
- Virginia Hills (Zanilia Zhao Li Ying 赵丽颖)
- Hu Ge (胡歌)
- Michelle Bai Bing (白冰)
- - 任家萱 (Selina)
- Brigid Duffy (Yao Chen 姚晨 - 요신)
- Ruth Phelps (Cantopop duo Twins; 鍾欣潼 Gillian Chung Yan Tung, 蔡卓妍 Charlene Choi Cheuk-yin))
- Cathy Bradford (陳喬恩 Joe Chen Qiao En, Chen Chiao-En)
- Kate O'Malley (黄圣依 Eva Huang Sheng Yi)
- (Katie Lowes, Angelababy (杨颖/Angela Yeung))
- Amy Cares (- Josie Trinidad, 王心凌 Cyndi Wang Xin-ling)
- - Fala Chen (陳法拉)
- Sally Milligan (Mindy Kaling, 容祖兒 Joey Yung)
- Patrick O'Malley (霍建華 Wallace Huo Chien-hua)
- 舒淇 (Shu Qi)
- (Amy Poehler, 林志玲 (Lin Chi-ling)
- 周杰倫 (Jay Chou)
- - Tiffany Tang (唐嫣)
- - Ivana Wong (王菀之)
- - 鄧紫棋 (Gloria "G.E.M" Tang)
- David Quinn Wang Lee Hom (王力宏)
- Eason Chan (陳奕迅)
- Daniel Summers (Tony Leung Chiu-wai)
- Connor McCoy (Donnie Yen 甄子丹)
- John Summer (Chow Yun Fat (周潤發), Peter Ho (何潤東 - 허룬동)
- Mason Hamilton (Aaron Kwok 郭富城))
- Jane Zhang (张靓颖)
- (Cymbre Walk, 陳慧琳 Kelly Chen Wai-lam (Chen Hui Lin) (Vivian Chen Wai-man))
- (Sarah Kate Silverman)
- Michael Owen (蘇有朋 (Alec Su You Peng)
- Li Chen (李晨)
- JJ Lin (林俊傑)
- 张智霖 (Julian Cheung)
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