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If anyone's been here for plus than a few months, they know that, one, my liste is an ever changing mess, and two, if I'm not écriture this article every two months, something is wrong. Well, it's been nearly four ou so months since I last wrote this liste and somehow my liste has remained relatively stable. Despite it staying nearly the same, these have always been my favori articles to write, so I just thought I'd write it again. So here I go!

13. Belle

It's tough. I can see the appeal of Belle, I really can, and at times I wonder why she's last on my list, but she I don't know, she's definitely a nice princess with plus than a few admirable traits, but my problem with her is that she's always seemed to have too many admirable traits. It just seems as if while constructing Belle they were imagining the perfect, ideal princess in mind and while she does have some minor flaws, they're greatly outweighed par all her other character traits. I mean she's sassy while compassionate, beautiful yet unknowing of the fact, strange yet not to the point where the viewers find her just gets to be a bit annoying to me. The one thing I do l’amour about her is her devotion to her father. Despite having pounding dreams of adventure, she stays in her boorish town because her father needs her. Belle is hardly a bad character, I just can't seem to l’amour her wholly.

12. Ariel

I never thought Ariel would déplacer up from last, but I'm slowly starting to appreciate flawed characters more. I even considered moving her higher, but there's still the problem that while I find her to be an interesting character, I can't find many character traits that I connect with. I've begun to appreciate her yearning for adventure and discovery and her going after the truth for humans and not just accepting the stigma that all humans are evil creatures. I do wish she had plus of a proper apology scene, but I do think she was truly sorry for her actions in the end. Ariel is hardly perfect and I just wish the movie didn't paint her to be so. I wish The Little Mermaid made Ariel confront her flaws plus head-on, but all in all I've really started to enjoy Ariel's character.

11. Mulan

Ugh, this is painful. Really, really painful. I hate having Mulan this low, I really, really hate it. I can see the appeal no doubt for Mulan, she's an incredible character and it's no mystery to me why she might just be the most populaire princess on Fanpop. I l’amour Mulan before the war, she's awkward, always yearning to please her family, but failing, forgetful, and hardly perfect. I can really identify with Mulan in those times, especially with wanting to please my parents. It's not as if in war Mulan is necessarily different than prewar Mulan, it's just the environment causes me to feel..cut off from Mulan. I don't know, just being in a war makes the situation plus surreal to me I suppose, and we can no longer see Mulan doing everyday things. She does in fact seem to lose a bit of her awkwardness and clumsiness after the whole Be A Man montage and I just feel something off with her character from that point on.

10. Rapunzel

Rapunzel is a mixed bag for me. If anyone's been here for ten months ou so, they'd know that for a while I had a Rapunzel faze around then where I was obsessed with her. I was obsessed with everything at face value and purely for enjoyment, and slowly I've started to see clearly and realize that Rapunzel is much like Belle, my least favorite. Rapunzel seems to be not perfect, put carefully constructed. (Jessikaroo's words, not mine. toi all should read her article, it's a jem.) I do l’amour many things about Rapunzel, I l’amour her character development, her intelligence (both book smarts and quick thinking), her kindness and compassion, her apprehension which is a rather unique characteristic, and the many sides to her character, but I can't find enough flaws in her to find her to be a well rounded, interesting character. Rapunzel will always hold a special place in my heart, but sadly she's stuck down here.

9. Elsa

I struggled putting Elsa here. I do l’amour her character and I often wonder if the things people have a dit about her have brought her here. I really adore the interesting perspective we see from Elsa. She's unlike anything we've ever seen before because people view her as a monster, certain people want to kill her even! I find that to be very interesting, especially from a Disney Princess point of view. I also can really relate to her despite her not having many known traits. Much of Elsa is left for speculation, which I don't necessarily have a problem with. What I do have a problem with is the way Elsa seems a bit inorganic. I don't know, I just can't seem to connect with her very much, though I do still feel for her. I find it very admirable that she kept herself away from Anna despite wanting to be with her only for the fact that she wanted to keep Anna safe. I also l’amour her character arch and how she finally learns to accept herself in the end. Sadly I feel too lackluster about Elsa to déplacer her any higher up my list.

8. Tiana

Tiana! I've had moodswings with Tiana lately, but I've never not found her to be a strong, admirable character. She, like Rapunzel, has a bit of a nostalgic feel (which is strange as their two of the newest princesses) due to the fact that when I discovered the Disney Princesses early last year, she was always on haut, retour au début with Aurora and Rapunzel. While she's dropped, I still find her to be an extremely interesting, unique character. She is a bit too narrow minded and obsessed with work for me, but I think she has a good reason. I suspect that going after her father's dream was a bit of a coping mechanism for mourning her father's death. I l’amour how after she meets Naveen she learns to let lose a little while still being herself. Naveen and Tiana give each other the things that the other most needed and that's why I l’amour that couple so dearly. Tiana is going no where but up on my liste lately and I'm happy that I'm finally starting to see her character in a plus positive light.

7. jasmin

In many ways I can't find a single fault with Jasmine's character. She's very well constructed in my opinion, with so many layers and much plus than meets the eyes at first glance. The sole reason she's not higher is she's just not really the character for me, but I still do adore her. I l’amour how she knows her worth and won't let anyone treat her like she's less. While she's sassy and independent, she's also got a soft side and is a bit naive about how the world works, as shown in giving the boy that apple. I also l’amour how forgiving she is to Aladin because it shows how she doesn't expect people to be perfect. She could see why Aladin felt the need to lie, and while I do kind of wish that she would've been a little plus angry at him, I still like how that all was handled. I also find jasmin to be rather quick witted and pretty intelligent and I've always liked her yearning to leave the palace walls. Jasmine's character is wonderful and I often wonder why she's so underrated on this site.

6. Anna

Ahh, Anna! These are the princesses who I adore whole heatedly and whom I struggle to say anything negative about. Anna is such a breath of fresh air and I really do adore her. I l’amour how she shows us that wanting l’amour isn't a bad thing and that it's okay to not be able to do everything on your own. I feel that lately there's been a bit of a superwoman complex (rhythmicmagic's words I believe, again toi should check out every article written par her, she's incredible!) where the princesses have to be self-sufficient, but Anna is a bit of a throwback to the classic princesses with a modern take. I l’amour her neverending optimism and joy, it's infectious. I also l’amour and admire her always withstanding l’amour for Elsa, despite Elsa constantly pushing her away. The fact that Anna sacrificed her life for Elsa is a testament to Anna's character and I have no idea how anyone could not view Anna as such a selfless character. I desperately would like to have Anna in my haut, retour au début five again, but for now she's stuck on the outskirts.

5. Cendrillon

We've entered the haut, retour au début five and with an incredible princess at that! I adore Cinderella, but in a different way than I adore the rest of my haut, retour au début six. I just have a warm spot in my cœur, coeur for Cendrillon and she never fails to put a smile on my face. Even when she first appears on screen we can see so much about her. While of course warm and caring, I've also always found her to have a bit of a temper and to be one of the funniest Disney Princesses. The self control that she has is so admirable and the fact that she remains sane in that household is something to admire alone. I used to find Cendrillon bland, but now that's far from the truth. I find her to be one of the most realistic princesses in the lineup, definitely out of the classic princesses. I actually like how she has moments of weakness where she starts to give up on her dreams, it's realistic and allows me to connect with her. Cendrillon is just a joy and it's a wonder as to how she could've ever been last on my list.

4. Merida

I'm really having a bit of an obsession with Merida lately. Honestly, I'm not even sure why, as she's a bit of an outlier on my list, I just l’amour her lately. Rebelle is my favori Disney Princess movie because the emotions are so real. I really connect and feel for Merida's character and the character arch that she goes through in her movie is no doubt my favori out of all the Disney Princesses. Her relationship with her mom is so touching and Merida has so many standout scenes for me. I l’amour how Rebelle never once tries to shadow Merida's flaws, yet forces Merida to face them, confront them, and fix them. I find her apology to be extremely sincere and I find her character to be extraordinarily interesting. It doesn't make too much sense as to where this sudden adoration came from, but I'm very happy it came to me.

3. Snow White

If I could have all of my haut, retour au début three in first place, I would. I wouldn't even hesitate to do so. Alas Snow just takes the short end of the stick, but don't doubt for a seconde I don't l’amour her just as much as I would if she was in first. Snow White is pure and utter joy to me. I adore her and she never fails to put a smile on my face. Snow White is such a layered princess and I l’amour how there's so much to her. I l’amour her motherliness and how she loves to take control of situations. She's also borderline manipulative in convincing the dwarfs to let her stay with them and a bit insecure in the fact that she desires everyone who knows her to like her. Her relationship with Grumpy is so sweet and I l’amour how she prays for him to like her. The moment Snow White leaves the haut, retour au début of my liste is the moment I've gone insane, I'll never understand how one can not l’amour Snow.

2. Pocahontas

Pocahontas is incredible. She's utterly fantastic and I l’amour her to the moon and back. She's a very interesting character in the sense that she's got a lot of fighting sides inside of her. She's rather mature and responsible, yet confused and playful. She's wise, yet lacks common sense. She's elegant, yet wild. I really admire Pocahontas and her character arch really speaks to me. I l’amour how we see her at such a low, confused place the entire movie and how she finally figures everything out in the end and does what she knew she was supposed to do the entire time. I l’amour how she wants to take the path less traveled, despite it being dangerous and how she doesn't take John Smith's backhanded insults. I really can't find the words to say what I want about Pocahontas because I really adore her on such a high level, but there's still one princess that I adore a tiny bit more.

1. Aurora

Ahh, what can I say, old habits die hard. Aurora is wonderful and I've never not adored her from the first time I layed eyes on her. I can really relate to Aurora's character and I've always liked how her character leaves a bit to the imagination. She's always been a bit mysterious to me, yet I've always loved that about her. Her indecisiveness, her imagination, her wonder, her kindness, her naivety, all of these are traits that don't get shoved in your face, but traits that toi can see revealed from her actions. I adore how she desperately wants plus freedom, but has a hard time asking for it and how she has a hard time in general telling people how she really feels. Aurora's flaws, her lack of a backbone, her having a hard time standing up for herself, her following Phillip despite knowing that she shouldn't talk to strangers are all things I accept, but just make me l’amour her more. I really can't put my finger on the thing that allows Aurora to haut, retour au début my list, it's just a feeling I get every time I watch the movie that Aurora was made for me. She's my perfect princess, the one princess whom I can never agree with a single bit of criticism on, the one princess whom is my favorite.

Well, that's my article! I hope toi guys enjoyed lire it and thanks for reading!! :)
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