Anna's eyebrows wrinkle when they move, and she has prevalent neck muscles that appear when she speaks. Though they fail to find Anna, Hans and his army are able to apprehend Elsa and take her back to Arendelle as a prisoner. Two years after the events of Frozen, and approximately a year before the first Dark Curse, Anna is engaged to Kristoff. As Ingrid prepares to choke her to death, Kristoff arrives to save Anna, armed with only his ice pick. Both Anna and Elsa appear as playable characters in through the use of their corresponding figurines.
After they create a named in the throne room, Elsa accidentally strikes Anna unconscious with her magic. Knowing Anna would die on her own, Kristoff and Sven choose to stick by her side, much to Anna's relief. Every muscle in her body contracted and her walls clamped down on his thick fingers and she shattered into a million pieces of pleasure. Anna with Pocahontas and Moana in Ralph Breaks the Internet.
She looked beautiful to him, much more beautiful than the painting, words weren't good enough to describe her. In the featurette, it is the first holiday season after the castle gates have reopened. Now, Hans plots to use Anna's impending death to prosecute Elsa and sentence her to execution. Archived from on February 21, 2014.
Ingrid manipulates her into thinking that Anna was planning to use a sorcerer's hat to absorb all of her abilities. Kristoff, Sven and Olaf go after her, leaving Anna in charge of an Arendelle that is still very much unsettled. Kristoff's adoptive mother, , assumes Anna to be her son's girlfriend; when the two deny any romance, Bulda and the trolls try to convince them otherwise, going as far as to set up a troll wedding. Kristoff is elated to the point of wanting to kiss Anna, though he quickly regrets admitting as much. With Ingrid's redemption now complete, Anna and Elsa now seek to honor their mother's last wish to return to Arendelle to let its people know of Ingrid and Helga.
As a result, she is quick to make friends, and craves affection and companionship, though this can also act as her greatest flaw, as she can sometimes be too trusting towards strangers — an issue brought to attention with the introduction of the secretly malevolent. Some of the adults at the special preview admitted it wasn't quite what they were expecting. With no family left besides her sister, Anna made another attempt to reconnect with Elsa—to no response. While not officially organized by Disney, the event, called My Royal Coronation, would feature the official Anna and Elsa characters owned by Disney with assistance from the company. In an unexpected twist, Anna, still under the spell's influence, unseals the urn and traps Elsa inside. Finally, directors Buck and Lee solved the issue by portraying Anna and Elsa as sisters, establishing a dynamic relationship between the characters.
Anna cheerfully reasons that she couldn't be happy if her big sister wasn't as well. She looked so beautiful and his animal instincts were urging him to grab her, pin her down on the bed, and ram himself into her. At a trading post on her journey, Anna meets a named Kristoff, an who agrees to lead her to the North Mountain, where he knows that a magical phenomenon has occurred and helps her escape a pack of wolves, resulting in his sled being destroyed after falling down into a large hole and catching fire. It was her devotion towards Elsa, and refusal to view the latter as a villain, that would ultimately lead to the resurrection of their familial bond, Elsa's total control of her powers through love, and the salvation of the kingdom of Arendelle.
For the safety of his daughters and people, Agnarr forces Elsa into isolation by closing off the and separating her from Anna, who remains oblivious as to why life in the castle has changed. When she reunites with Elsa, Anna instead lied about her discovery, claiming their parents didn't find what they seek when they traveled to the Enchanted Forest. Recovering from the magic spell, Anna was horrified by what her aunt made her do to Elsa. He then added a second finger and began thrusting into her.
She accidentally strikes Anna once again, but this time, in the heart. Kristoff stood in front of her, terrified and exhilarated at the same time. The most noteworthy example of Anna's physical capacity is perhaps following the climax of the film, where the princess punched the traitorous Prince Hans off a ship, with a substantial amount of force strong enough to send the prince flying off of his feet. Horrified, Elsa calls their parents, , for help. Appearances Young Anna and Elsa enjoying themselves in Elsa's snowy wonderland. An illustration of Gerda, the character Anna is based upon.
Upon entering a grove, they encounter an enchanted snowman created by Elsa. Because the love she harbored for her sister was so powerful, Anna managed to successfully navigate through a death-defying journey through the Norwegian wilderness, facing off against cursed weather conditions, supernatural beings, and the elements of nature, itself. The news devastated Anna, who attended her parents' funeral alone. Wet heat rushed down to her sex, and her curiosity grew and she kneeled down to get a closer look. With regret, Elsa declares that it can't, but refuses to explain why.
Furthermore, she repeatedly went against Kristoff's advisements such as letting him face a pack of wolves alone while she remained out of harm throughout their adventure. Despite Anna's confidence that they can solve the problem together, Elsa goes into panic and loses control of her powers. Anna's supervising animator, Becky Bresee, noted she took much of Anna's animated movement from Bell's facial expressions and rhythm when she recorded the lines. Anna enjoyed the power she had over him.