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The Queen's Monster, Chapter #1More Like This
It had been a year since the Great Thaw. Arendelle had prospered under Queen Elsa's rule, despite cutting trade with a large trading partner. The seas surrounding the castle was a shimmering blue in the spots that weren't hidden in the shadows of the mighty trading vessels. Merchants came from as far as Spain, India, and China to sell their wares and catch a glimpse of the beautiful Queen and her powers.
Elsa had been born with the ability to control snow and ice. Though many thought it beautiful, it gave the Queen many insecurities. She had lived majority of her life in isolation trying to suppress her growing powers out of fear of hurting the ones she loved. She now knew how to control her powers, but her doubts remained a shroud of fog in her mind.
Elsa watched behind a closed window at the bustling market outside the castle gates. From the distance, she caught the glimmers of jewelry, saw the bright cloths of reds, blues and greens. She inhaled and imagined the sm
Teaser to Frozen FanfictionMore Like This
"What happened here?" Elsa muttered to herself as she stared over the desolation of the forest. She urged her mare to slowly make her way through the black trunks, the smoking grass and the dying sparks. She coughed at the taste of stale smoke on her tongue and in her throat. As horrified as she was at the destruction, her mind wondered why news of this fire never reached Arendelle, considering the proximity of the forest to the kingdom.
She stopped her horse when her eye caught something odd. She gracefully slid off and walked to a nearby fallen tree. There, more visible than a full moon on a dark night, was a white handprint. She ran her gloved hand over the print, her confusion becoming greater. She looked up and a little further away was another tree with the same exact print. She walked to it, only to catch sight of a trail of black trees with white prints on it. Her curiosity clouding her judgment, Elsa followed the trail.
As she followed it, she noticed black footprints on the b
The Queen's Monster, Chapter #6More Like This
"Where have you been?" Anna demanded as she walked into Elsa's study. The Queen continued scouring over the paper in her hand.
"What?" She asked, her eyes never leaving the writing. Anna stared at her sister for a moment before she paced to the desk, sat down on the mahogany, and tore the paper from Elsa and slammed it down. Elsa let out a whine of protest and reached for it again but Anna stopped her.
"You know exactly what I'm talking about." The sister deadpanned. "Do you really think I wouldn't notice that you leave the castle almost every day without telling anyone where you are going?"
"I hoped so." Elsa mumbled under her breath. She looked at Anna and frowned lightly. "I don't have to tell you everything, Anna. I'm not a child."
"But you are my sister and I worry about you. I can't help it, Elsa, but every time you step out, I'm worried something will happen to you or-" Anna stopped in her sentence when she noticed Elsa staring at the ground. Most would take it