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  • Elsa’s not evil. She just trying to not kill anybody, which means she kind-hearted. She didn’t want to kill those two men, which why she ran, but they cornered her, and she had no choice, she was evil, who would have stabbed them immediately. I deeply dislike Hans, because he says things that makes Elsa feel like she’s an evil monster who should die 8,(.


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    • Indeed, she was far from a villain; she was simply incredibly misunderstood. As for Hans, he said whatever he needed to say to further his own agenda, regardless of whether it was true or not. One only needs to see how he faked what was supposed to be a meaningful commitment to realize that he is a manipulative and duplicitous individual.

      And Anna didn't really ruin it; it was more of making Elsa see that running from her problems wasn't healthy. Yes, Elsa made a critical step in embracing her own powers and being free but it was still an imperfect solution. The way I see it, Anna completed Elsa's development by teaching her that to love others, you must first love yourself.

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    • Very true

      I don't think Hans is evil, I just don't like him. I don't think anyone is evil.

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    • Morality is a very complex thing; we're all quite capable of great good or evil and Hans is a good representation of the latter. I agree he may not be an inherently evil person, and is likely the product of a dark past. That being said, there's no question his actions were less than noble.

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    • Like Dragonboy says, Elsa was not free when she ran away. She was free to an extent, liberated from the constraints placed upon her. She is still alone, however. She admits this to Anna, but sees it as better than not being alone and leaving potential there to hurt someone. It takes Anna to help Elsa realise that she needs to love, and also accept that she herself is loved.

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    • Very true

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    • Yes that is right

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    • Dragonboy6491 wrote:
      Morality is a very complex thing; we're all quite capable of great good or evil and Hans is a good representation of the latter. I agree he may not be an inherently evil person, and is likely the product of a dark past. That being said, there's no question his actions were less than noble.

      as the saying gose  Evil isn't born, it's made.  

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    • evil elsa

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    • Tsunami SeaWing wrote:
      Very true

      I don't think Hans is evil, I just don't like him. I don't think anyone is evil.

      I agree I don't think Hans is evil, maybe he was just trying to prove to his family that he could become king. I dont think anybody is evil everybody has a reason for their actions and maybe he didnt relize that what he was doing was wrong. He was too set on proving to peole that he wasn't just an unwanted prince.

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    • Evil is defined on a moral basis, so a kind of perspective. I agree that it's not right to call him "profoundly immoral", as evil is defined, but he comes close. I admire his talents, but they're used for all of the wrong reasons. Trying to kill Elsa like that with the face he has seals that for me, and shows his complete lack of empathy, putting his own goals before others and causing damage. What was (on a par) evil was trying to come between Elsa and Anna and exploit an already sad and difficult situation for them. I still think that Anna should have let Kristoff sort him out, but for the sake of taste and slight humour, Anna was the right person to confront him. Elsa didn't really know where to put herself when that was going on, bless her.

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    • Frozenfan4everxox wrote:
      Tsunami SeaWing wrote:
      Very true

      I don't think Hans is evil, I just don't like him. I don't think anyone is evil.

      I agree I don't think Hans is evil, maybe he was just trying to prove to his family that he could become king. I dont think anybody is evil everybody has a reason for their actions and maybe he didnt relize that what he was doing was wrong. He was too set on proving to peole that he wasn't just an unwanted prince.

      I agree.In the book A Frozen Heart it said that Hans would try to prove that he wasn't a unwanted prince.

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    • But by the end of the book he still hated the outcome of everything, and still couldn't understand what he saw around him. He went back to the Southern Isles as unproven and bitter as he ever was. Just because he was trying to prove something it doesn't mean he's not evil. You can prove something without trying to tear apart something else and harming others in the process.

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    • Paolapumba wrote:
      the best elsa frozen s games.

      Umm, that's not in the topic?

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    • Frozenfan4everxox wrote:

      Tsunami SeaWing wrote:
      Very true

      I don't think Hans is evil, I just don't like him. I don't think anyone is evil.

      I agree I don't think Hans is evil, maybe he was just trying to prove to his family that he could become king. I dont think anybody is evil everybody has a reason for their actions and maybe he didnt relize that what he was doing was wrong. He was too set on proving to peole that he wasn't just an unwanted prince.

      Now that I think of it, I want a real Disney Villain in Frozen. A villain who likes being bad, likes making people's lives a living hell and even killings and even wanting to make Elsa, his queen by force or die. Someone like the Evil Troll from the movie's original Hans Christian Anderson fairytale of the Snow Queen. But since Grand Pabbie and the trolls are good guys, I suggest that the "Troll" be switched into an "Ogre"

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