I've noticed that there are actually a lot of similarities between these three girls and wanted to make an article about why they're all so similar. They're all in my haut, retour au début 5, as I think they're very similar and I'm going to say why, so let's goo! I'm not trying to convince toi all to place them in similar places ou that they're the same person ou anything, just pointing out some similarities between the three of them. They're Elegant, Yet Playful
These three are all very elegant; in the way that they handle themselves, in the way of their diplomacy and selflessness, yet they're also very playful. Their selflessness was displayed through Aurora giving up Phillip for her kingdom (or so she thought), Pocahontas stopping her father from killing John Smith and practically stopping a war, and Elsa leaving for the better good of her kingdom and for Anna. Although Elsa would l’amour to play with Anna, she stays locked in her room and later leaves the kingdom because she doesn't want to hurt Anna ou anyone else. Their playfulness is apparent through Pocahontas with Nakoma, spitting her in the face with water, Aurora with the animals, teasing them, and Elsa with Anna as a child, building a snowman and what-not, and later in the movie. They've all got a healthy balance of maturity yet childishness. They're Indecisive
This one is pretty obvious for Pocahontas and Aurora, but if toi look a little closer it's also true of Elsa. Pocahontas is obviously indecisive about, well, basically everything (I feel toi girl), and Aurora is indecisive about the whole Phillip thing, changing from "Oh never, never!" to "Tonight!" in about 10 seconds, if that, but Elsa is indecisive in the fact that she teeter tots on whether ou not she should get close to Anna. She almost lets herself get close to Anna at the party, but stops, thinking it through and realizing that she can't, despite how much she would like to. (I know this reason is a bit weak on Elsa's side, but it was all I could think of..) They Get Caught Up In Their Emotions
All three of these girls can get a bit too dramatic at times. With Aurora, she gets caught up with Phillip, blocking out all of the good that comes with being a princess (reuniting with her parents, having freedom) and only thinking about never being able to see Phillip ever again. With Pocahontas, she gets so caught up in her emotions about John Smith that she can't see clearly when the answer was right in front of her. With Elsa, well, this one is while obvious, a bit out of her control, but even if, she can be a bit dramatic in storming out of the kingdom, summoning a giant monster to kick her sister out, and a couple other instances.
So anyway that's that! Thanks for lire everyone :3
Elsa: I have to be compared to these two peasants? *cries* Aurora: Oh, getting compared to these too dolls is an honor! Pocahontas: My heart! Their grossness is killing me!