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Opinion by UnholyNoise posted 8 days ago
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*Honorable mentions*

* Princess Kida (Atlantis: The Lost Empire)



It is truly bogus that even though she is technically a princess, Kida isn't marketed as such just because her movie didn't do well. Her ties to royalty are more real than, say, Mulan's are. Anyway... this woman is so badass. Physically, Kida can hold her own against anybody who tries to take her on or who poses a threat to her people. She's speaks a ton of languages, she's compassionate, she doesn't take crap from anybody, and she and Milo are equals in their relationship – he rescues her, but then it's her turn to save him – and her entire civilization – from being exterminated. What a boss.

* Nausicaa (Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind)


Disney and Dreamworks usually fill up lists like this, so I wanted to add my favorite “outsider,” Nausicaa, who is a Miyazaki heroine. This girl... she's got guts, first and foremost. She fearlessly walks into a toxic wasteland with just her wits to guide her. And she really is smart – and not in the...
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Opinion by 324anna posted 2 months ago
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So, inspired by audreybrooke's article about which House would be more suitable for each Disney Princess (you can find the article in the DP spot), I decided to do the same for other heroines!

Oh and sorry for not putting Harry Potter related pictures to all the heroines, I was just too bored to edit them or even add a proper background that reminds us of a particular House (yellow for Hufflepuff for example, or red and gold for Gryffindor).

Esmeralda
Gryffindor


She's definitely a Gryffindor! Esmeralda is very fiery, passionate, brave, to the point of being reckless, and a fighter. She's not afraid of speaking her mind and she is willing to get into trouble in order to defend her friends. She can act without thinking of the consequences (like for example in the Festival of Fools where she stood to Frollo and she actually dared to mock him in front of all these people). She also appears very confident, playful and kinda cocky, especially during her dance in the Festival of Fools.
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Opinion by avatar_tla_fan posted 4 months ago
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I hope this is okay, call me out if it isn't, but I will be posting some articles from the DP club I posted onto this spot.


My opinions on Rapunzel have changed a lot. When I joined Fanpop, she was second on my list. Eventually she moved up to first. After that, she made a bunch of drops, until she eventually reached the eleventh spot on my list. So I've gone from loving her to death to disliking her. Oh, well. I might as well explain why I dislike her then.



I dislike Rapunzel mostly because she's an overdone character and I feel like she's shoved onto me a lot as a character. You're supposed to see her as this amazing character who is easily relatable because of how she has many hobbies, and well rounded, and (apparently) funny and such. Well, that's why I feel there's this irritating, "pressure" to like her. She's an overdone character. She has.. Everything. There's at least one thing she does that you can probably relate to.
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