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This is a list of fictional princesses that have appeared in various works of fiction. This list is . She appears in The Dragon Princess, Dragon Kiss, and A Prince Among Frogs. Odette, Barbie of Swan Lake, The country girl who loves to dance and marries Prince .. Princess Elena debuted in Disney Junior's Sofia the First. Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria is elegant in a floral print dress as The first in-line to the Swedish throne looked her elegant best as she Glamorous Princess Sofia of Sweden looks. Boohoo Boutiques Odette dress. Enchancia Castle - a Sofia the First fanfic The woman wore a skintight scarlet outfit, scarlet knee-length boots, scarlet "It's a pleasure to meet you, Princess Kari" the Scarlet Warrior smiled. . "My name is Princess Odette.
As all is still, Drosselmeyer sneaks back into the room and removes the Nutcracker to the Grand Hall. It is just in time, as the evil mouse king Ratsputtle appears, looking for the doll. Marie, aroused from her sleep, seeks out her Nutcracker and discovers the shelf empty.
Mice as large as she is, scamper about, stealing her toys, and when she runs away she discovers that the Grand Hall is expanding to monstrous sizes. The horrible Ratsputtle enters, declaring war, while the Nutcracker summons his troops.
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Fighting is fierce; the Nutcracker goes down, but in the nick of time Marie throws her slipper, and the mouse king is defeated. The Nutcracker seems to have disappeared, but Drosselmeyer encourages Marie to lift up her eyes. To her wonder, the most handsome of young men stands before her. The two are so mesmerized by each other that they fail to observe that they are in the midst of whirling snow maidens. Drosselmeyer reappears, and as the curtain descends, Marie and the Prince ascend into the starry sky.
The couple is interrupted once more by Drosselmeyer, who is traveling amongst beautiful Spanish dancers. He really is too old for this; he peels back the sky to reveal the heat of the desert sand.
Marie stares in awe at the beautiful Arabian Princess and her entourage, but the desert sands are soon blown away by the antics of three Russian Cossacks.
Most of the princesses in Barbie in the Twelve Dancing Princesses. Of the "core" Disney Princessesthe three earliest - the Original Era princesses: Snow WhiteCinderella and Aurorafit this trope even though Cinderella is a princess by marriage. Renaissance Era princesses Ariel, Belle and Jasmine characterizations are more complex. Interestingly, two of Disney's most recent Modern Era princesses, Rapunzel and Annaare actually a lot closer to the Princess Classic standard than the Rebellious Princesses of its Renaissance films, due to them basically growing up sheltered.
This in no way stops either of them from having well-rounded personalities or being Action Girls at the same time.
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Anna has a similarly innocent and optimistic disposition despite being a bit tomboyish, and even falls in Love at First Sight with a handsome prince. Given that her prince charming reveals himself to be a power-hungry sociopath who preyed on her naivete, however, this may be something of a Deconstruction.
Her sister Elsa fits many traits of this trope herself despite actually being crowned queen. In The Care Bears: Adventure in Wonderlandthe Princess of Hearts is like this, to the point where the purity of her touch can revive withering flowers. One half of the soul and fiber of Shrek is about subverting this one by turning Princess Fiona into The Lad-ette.
It is deconstructed further in Shrek the Third. Sleeping Beauty is narcoleptic, Cinderella is an obsessive-compulsive cleaner, Snow White summons woodland creatures with Led Zeppelinand Rapunzel wears a wig and is also The Mole. Princess Oriana of Felix the Cat: Odette from The Swan Princess is a slightly more wise version of this.
Much of the plot is driven by her refusal to marry her Love Interest until he can list a reason to love her beside her beauty. Other than that though, she's sweetness and light personified, especially in the sequels. All to contrast with her elder sister, Marianne. Film - Live Action Sara Crewe in the movie versions of A Little Princess is about as close as this trope gets without any actual royalty.
But in the book she isn't sweetness and light. Part of why she is disliked is because of her ability to make adults uncomfortable by standing up for herself. Unfortunately, the Shirley Temple version completely destroys what made the character great, while adding in an inability to face reality.
Whereas in the book she is remarkably competent and tough for her age. The 90s version seems to fix that though. Giselle is a spoof of this, but a loving spoofin that Giselle is determined against all odds to make the best of her situation. The titular mouse in The Tale of Despereaux searches for and finds one of these in the beautiful but useless Princess Pea.
The princess of Snow White and the Three Stooges. Her first scene shows her sweet as a little girl and flashes forward to showing her sweet as a young woman, both with her innocence symbolized by white skating dresses trimmed with white fur. Lyssa from Krullrebukes the advances of The Beastand holds faith in The Power of Lovewhich does bear out, although ultimately in a pretty violent way.
Princess Lily from Legend starts out as a quintessential Princess Classiconly to go through a Break the Cutie process, accumulating in an intense case of Corrupt the Cutieonly for this to be revealed as a ruse she put on in order to trick Darkness into letting her get close enough to free a captured unicorn.
Princess Classic was what Sansa Stark always aspired to be from being a tiny tot, and she actively cultivates all the the traits of trope she can express as hard as possible throughout the series including turning them into barely adequate weaponry when needed. She can even do the "can talk to the well-trained and polite animals" one for a time.Sofia The First - Princess Butterfly
Sansa, however, lives in a politically volatile Crapsack World within a story dedicated to deconstruction with some reconstruction on the side. So, you can guess where her initial bright-eyed, bushy-tailed, pink-dyed romanticism is heading, yes? Drake bowed, and Odette curtsied, in the presence of Roland and Miranda.
Miranda, of course, remembered Odette from thirteen years earlier, but kept that to herself so things would proceed as they were meant to. Drake and Odette walked inside the royal mansion to see their friends. An hour had passed, and everybody was enjoying their visit to the royal mansion.
At one point, Odette found Miranda alone. Miranda walked over to Odette and hugged her. At that moment, a ten-year-old girl walked in. It was Miranda's granddaughter, Princess Tara. In a few moments, Tara and Odette walked into the reception hall, followed by Miranda. A year-old woman then snuck up behind Miranda, and covered Miranda's eyes. Miranda looked over to the children who were happily playing with Gatomon.
We're both looking forward to having you and Dad over for dinner next week". In a few moments, Miranda sat down, and everybody else sat down as well. Once upon a time Everybody sat back and enjoyed the story that Miranda read to them.
Back in the present It was afternoon, and eleven-year-old Kari had just walked into the castle with Gatomon. Kari stopped for a few moments, and looked down the great hall. Kari thought back to the bad times with her foster parents.
It had not been pleasant for Kari. There were times that Kari feared that her new life at Enchancia Castle was nothing more than a dream - a dream she would wake up from and find herself back with her mean foster parents.
Kari looked behind her to see Miranda standing there. It just sort of popped into my head out of nowhere". However, know that those times are behind you. You'll never be treated badly again. You are now a part of this family, and we love you so very much". I've had some tea and cookies brought there. I thought the three of us could have a relaxing time together". As Miranda, Kari, and Gatomon walked toward the sitting room, Dorrie watched from a distance.
This place is truly a miracle".
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Author's notes At that point, a small necklace with a pink gem stone that Miranda wore around her neck started glowing - this is the same necklace that Miranda wore in the beach scene in "The Emerald Key". When I first saw Miranda wearing the necklace, I wondered if perhaps it could have been magical, so I decided to go ahead and make it magical.
Kari and Gatomon are alternate universe versions of those characters seen in "Digimon: In regard to the Gatomon seen in this story, she can digivolve into different beings such as Nefertimon, and Angewomon thanks to the power of Kari's amulet, instead of having to use a Digivice, the Crest of Light, or the Digi-Egg of Light.
If Kari needs help, and Gatomon is away from Kari, Kari's amulet has the power to transport Gatomon to Kari's location.