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  • As we all know Hans was sent back to the Southern Isles to recive punishment from his 12 big brothers, what do you think his punishment will be?

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    • I'd say either exile or indentured servitude.

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    • life imprisonment? maybe demoted from his title and then placed into servitude for his older brothers? Maybe exile, like said by the comment above me..


      I personally like to write tragic stories in which he is executed or sent to prison for life and horribly abused, but that's just me.


      whatever his punishment though, he committed a huge crime, and more than one which would lead to a pretty big deal of a consequence, unless his parents or brothers miraculously love him enough NOT to have him killed etc.

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    • No offence L3titsnow 1994, but that's kinda dark. No matter how horrible his actions were, people have done way worse, so maybe in worst case scenario, he would be demoted from his princeship. Maybe his brothers could have forgiven him.

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    • Maybe his brothers are immature and chose to pretend he wasn't even there? I think that could drive him crazy xD.

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    • Thats possible. But maybe the brothers realize that once their brother was gone, they missed him?

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    • Well, I'm a dark person. But anyway it's gotta be something pretty big.

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    • Karenerskine wrote:
      No offence L3titsnow 1994, but that's kinda dark. No matter how horrible his actions were, people have done way worse, so maybe in worst case scenario, he would be demoted from his princeship. Maybe his brothers could have forgiven him.



      She has a very good point....Maybe they will forgive him its up to them....

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    • I never said she didnt have a good point, of course. i agree she has a good one XD

      Im a dramatic and tragic writer on the side however. but I personally think a lengthy prison sentence and an eventual reformation sounds like something a true disney pathway could lead to. Like for example, you may recall the Stabbington brothers were not only invited to Eugene and Rapunzels wedding, but also showed happiness for them. i liked what Tangled did with them and realistically wonder if Frozen might do then same.

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    • Yes so one's saying your wrong cause some users/ people have ways they talk...But be careful how you talk there alot of Admins and Chat Moderaters could be seeing this....



      And you have a point

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    • What? I uh... I didn't know my words could be taken that way... I'm not saying anything...

      You're I think the second person today who's said something weird to me today that I don't understand.

      All I said was I like morbid fan fictions, but that I think a more friendly and bright ending is likely to actually happen.

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    • Oh, wait I think I know what you mean, I'm sorry if I sounded rude at all anywhere but I attempt to conduct myself with the highest respect and open mindedness when on the wiki forums.

      I keep other people's rights and feelings in mind when I post, and I thank you for your concern.

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    • Thank you... For understanding :D

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    • Yeah... I actually seriously don't think I've said anything rude though, but it's okay. Maybe I just worded something wrong hahaha

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    • Karenerskine wrote:
      No offence L3titsnow 1994, but that's kinda dark. No matter how horrible his actions were, people have done way worse, so maybe in worst case scenario, he would be demoted from his princeship. Maybe his brothers could have forgiven him.


      Above.....Karen had a point it was kinda dark what you said.....So maybe she felt offened maybe im not sure....Cause your never sure if she like the character.....

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    • Oh I see!

      Anyway, what do you think would happen?

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    • To be honest i am not sure anything can happen i wont predict because im not sure

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    • Oh, I'm not offended in anyway. And I actually LOVE Hans. This a place where you can express yourself, so I have no right to tell you what to do. I'm just saying that I hate to think of people have tragic ends... even villains like Hans. So I'm saying that he may had been forgiven.  But everyone has a right to say what they think.

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    • Yeah, exactly... i knew you wouldnt be offended, Jinelle just seemed to think you would be somehow.

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    • Just being Caring >.< thats all

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    • "This nation, timeless and ageless, has been built on these principles:

      Violence is not strength, and compassion is not weakness. Valuing life does not make me weak, and disregarding it does not make me strong.

      Right for right. I do what's right, because it's the right thing to do.

      We are civilized people, Hans. You will be given a fair trial, and if found guilty, you will be imprisoned in our dungeons.

      Such is our law, the law of Arendelle."

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    • Agustinaldo wrote:
      "This nation, timeless and ageless, has been built on these principles:

      Violence is not strength, and compassion is not weakness. Valuing life does not make me weak, and disregarding it does not make me strong.

      Right for right. I do what's right, because it's the right thing to do.

      We are civilized people, Hans. You will be given a fair trial, and if found guilty, you will be imprisoned in our dungeons.

      Such is our law, the law of Arendelle."


      Wow.... ^^ literally someone makes sense......Litterally im speechless but i agree

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    • Agustinaldo wrote:
      "This nation, timeless and ageless, has been built on these principles:

      Violence is not strength, and compassion is not weakness. Valuing life does not make me weak, and disregarding it does not make me strong.

      Right for right. I do what's right, because it's the right thing to do.

      We are civilized people, Hans. You will be given a fair trial, and if found guilty, you will be imprisoned in our dungeons.

      Such is our law, the law of Arendelle."


      Hey! that's freaking awesome! where did you get that from? did you make it yourself? that's a good piece, and you should hold onto that!

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    • I think he have been beaten up by his brothers and then imprisoned.

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    • DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY

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    • ResonX wrote:
      I'd say either exile or indentured servitude.

      That would make sense, especially the latter. Temporary stripping of regalia, shipped off to do some years of community service. Hans should consider himself lucky compared to what happened to the Beast.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      As we all know Hans was sent back to the Southern Isles to recive punishment from his 12 big brothers, what do you think his punishment will be?

      Alien Abduction :3

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    • Jonah.pietila wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      As we all know Hans was sent back to the Southern Isles to recive punishment from his 12 big brothers, what do you think his punishment will be?
      Alien Abduction :3

      Humumum good one.

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    • He could get turned into an animal, that worked for Naveen and the Beast. Maybe he needs a trip to the local wicked Enchantress, or that witch from Brave. He can be like Mor'du and be trapped in a wild animal forever.

      Maybe he could be reduced to servitude and be at the beck and call of all of his brothers.

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    • Yeah, more or less. Hahahahaha I should totally write a story about Hans being turned into a toad or something XD

      Just throw him into every already-done situation in place of the original character, for fun.

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    • LOL

      Anyways, to answer the question of Hans' punishment, I believe he would either be exiled or killed for his crimes. But that toad idea is pretty funny!! xD

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    • MsMidnightFrost wrote: LOL

      Anyways, to answer the question of Hans' punishment, I believe he would either be exiled or killed for his crimes. But that toad idea is pretty funny!! xD

      He definitely wasn't killed, Disney wouldn't do that, and his final scene in the movie is one of comical humiliation that does not match any prospect of imminent death.

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    • I still think comical servitude, a maximum sentence to jail of 30 years or less, or animal transfiguration vie third party interference,

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    • In thous days people got the death panilty for doing less but since he is reciving the punishment from his brothers (aka his family) the death penilty probbobly might not happen.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote: In thous days people got the death panilty for doing less but since he is reciving the punishment from his brothers (aka his family) the death penilty probbobly might not happen.

      General question: Can anyone think of any successfully–carried–out execution that has ever occurred in Disney history? The only attempted executions I can think of are Esmerelda and John Smith (oh, and Jack Sparrow), and all of those were both stopped and clearly portrayed as bad things.

      The only villain in Disney that I consider/believe to have been executed is Radcliffe, after the Pocahontas sequel, seeing that he was a repeat offender, had attempted to instigate genocide in a historical setting where, in reality, genocide pretty much did happen, and was both unattractively nasty and lacking in any sympathetic psychological motivation.

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    • ResonX wrote:

      Wolf 91 wrote: In thous days people got the death panilty for doing less but since he is reciving the punishment from his brothers (aka his family) the death penilty probbobly might not happen.

      General question: Can anyone think of any successfully–carried–out execution that has ever occurred in Disney history? The only attempted executions I can think of are Esmerelda and John Smith (oh, and Jack Sparrow), and all of those were both stopped and clearly portrayed as bad things.

      The only villain in Disney that I consider/believe to have been executed is Radcliffe, after the Pocahontas sequel, seeing that he was a repeat offender, had attempted to instigate genocide in a historical setting where, in reality, genocide pretty much did happen, and was both unattractively nasty and lacking in any sympathetic psychological motivation.

      Whait so your saying that Disney is trying to teach kids to be anti Capital Punishment.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:

      ResonX wrote:

      Wolf 91 wrote: In thous days people got the death panilty for doing less but since he is reciving the punishment from his brothers (aka his family) the death penilty probbobly might not happen.

      General question: Can anyone think of any successfully–carried–out execution that has ever occurred in Disney history? The only attempted executions I can think of are Esmerelda and John Smith (oh, and Jack Sparrow), and all of those were both stopped and clearly portrayed as bad things.

      The only villain in Disney that I consider/believe to have been executed is Radcliffe, after the Pocahontas sequel, seeing that he was a repeat offender, had attempted to instigate genocide in a historical setting where, in reality, genocide pretty much did happen, and was both unattractively nasty and lacking in any sympathetic psychological motivation.

      Whait so your saying that Disney is trying to teach kids to be anti Capital Punishment.

      Not really, just noting a relevant observation.

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    • ResonX wrote:

      Wolf 91 wrote:

      ResonX wrote:

      Wolf 91 wrote: In thous days people got the death panilty for doing less but since he is reciving the punishment from his brothers (aka his family) the death penilty probbobly might not happen.

      General question: Can anyone think of any successfully–carried–out execution that has ever occurred in Disney history? The only attempted executions I can think of are Esmerelda and John Smith (oh, and Jack Sparrow), and all of those were both stopped and clearly portrayed as bad things.

      The only villain in Disney that I consider/believe to have been executed is Radcliffe, after the Pocahontas sequel, seeing that he was a repeat offender, had attempted to instigate genocide in a historical setting where, in reality, genocide pretty much did happen, and was both unattractively nasty and lacking in any sympathetic psychological motivation.

      Whait so your saying that Disney is trying to teach kids to be anti Capital Punishment.

      Not really, just noting a relevant observation.

      Ooh Ok then.

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    • ResonX wrote:

      MsMidnightFrost wrote: LOL

      Anyways, to answer the question of Hans' punishment, I believe he would either be exiled or killed for his crimes. But that toad idea is pretty funny!! xD

      He definitely wasn't killed, Disney wouldn't do that, and his final scene in the movie is one of comical humiliation that does not match any prospect of imminent death.

      xD Good point!

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    • what if he ran away from home and escaped his punishment and became a criminal on the run? what if he totally went badass and became like, a pirate or some other type of ruffian/thug (lol tangled reference)

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    • L3TitSN0W1994 wrote: what if he ran away from home and escaped his punishment and became a criminal on the run? what if he totally went badass and became like, a pirate or some other type of ruffian/thug (lol tangled reference)

      LOL that would be cool!

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    • Thedisneymillionare wrote:

      L3TitSN0W1994 wrote: what if he ran away from home and escaped his punishment and became a criminal on the run? what if he totally went badass and became like, a pirate or some other type of ruffian/thug (lol tangled reference)

      LOL that would be cool!

      OMG LEL

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    • MsMidnightFrost wrote:

      Thedisneymillionare wrote:

      L3TitSN0W1994 wrote: what if he ran away from home and escaped his punishment and became a criminal on the run? what if he totally went badass and became like, a pirate or some other type of ruffian/thug (lol tangled reference)

      LOL that would be cool!

      OMG LEL

      Huh?

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    • MsMidnightFrost wrote:
      LOL

      Anyways, to answer the question of Hans' punishment, I believe he would either be exiled or killed for his crimes. But that toad idea is pretty funny!! xD

      Probably not.

      That's a bit too extreme. Don't cha think? I think he'd probably just be put in prison for a while.

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    • ROTG4ever wrote:
      MsMidnightFrost wrote:
      LOL

      Anyways, to answer the question of Hans' punishment, I believe he would either be exiled or killed for his crimes. But that toad idea is pretty funny!! xD

      Probably not.

      That's a bit too extreme. Don't cha think? I think he'd probably just be put in prison for a while.

      Well, in America for murder (even attempted) you can be executed.

      In the UK and France you try to murder someone you get prison for life (even if you failed)

      In Norway (where Arendelle is) I don't know capital punishment.

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    • Hopefully you are giving me laws in USA, UK and France of 18th century. We don't need 21st century laws.

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    • Didjey Disantales II wrote:
      Hopefully you are giving me laws in USA, UK and France of 18th century. We don't need 21st century laws.


      Oh, sorry.

      Well, there is the situation in France in 1794, during the Great Terror (this was during the French Revolution):

      "At the peak of the terror, the slightest hint of counter-revolutionary thoughts or activities (or, as in the case of Jacques Hébert, revolutionary zeal exceeding that of those in power) could place one under suspicion, and trials did not always proceed according to contemporary standards of due process. Sometimes people died for their political opinions or actions, but many for little reason beyond mere suspicion, or because some others had a stake in getting rid of them. Most of the victims received an unceremonious trip to the guillotine in an open wooden cart (the tumbrel). In the rebellious provinces, the government representatives had unlimited authority and some engaged in extreme repressions and abuses. For example, Jean-Baptiste Carrier became notorious for the Noyades ("drownings") he organized in Nantes; his conduct was judged unacceptable even by the Jacobin government and he was recalled."

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    • ROTG4ever wrote:

      MsMidnightFrost wrote:
      LOL

      Anyways, to answer the question of Hans' punishment, I believe he would either be exiled or killed for his crimes. But that toad idea is pretty funny!! xD

      Probably not.

      That's a bit too extreme. Don't cha think? I think he'd probably just be put in prison for a while.

      Lol, yeah, that too.

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    • I still think he should become a pirate.

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    • @L3TitSN0W1994 OMG THAT WOULD BE SOOOO COOL IMAGINE HANS AS A PIRATE!!!!! 

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    • He'd make a good one in my opinion XD hahahaha

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    • IKR?! HE's very manipulative and will probably do a better job as a pirate getting what he wants! I NEVER THOUGHT OF HIM AS A PIRATE BEFORE OMG THAT IDEA IS THE BEST

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    • Yeah, my thoughts exactly.

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    • He accidentally condemns his own family to death due to his treason but he escapes and changes his name to Hans Christian Andersen to writes stories like the ugly duckling.

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    • OMG

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    • Winter Fairy wrote:
      No offence L3titsnow 1994, but that's kinda dark. No matter how horrible his actions were, people have done way worse, so maybe in worst case scenario, he would be demoted from his princeship. Maybe his brothers could have forgiven him.

      Demotion from his princeship is a very likely punishment.  Personally, I think his punishment will also likely include long-time (perhaps even life) imprisonment.  

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    • Ignored by his older ones as usual. The one's closest in age would do one of the follow: 

      - turn his bedroom into a room for all of the pets so he has to sleep in the stable with the horses that poop on his face. 

      - make him to the servants work for the next year 

      - take away any princeship and send him to live in a foreign country that he doesn't know the language to. 

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    • That's funny.

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    • dude, I'm a sadistic and cruel fan fiction writer who likes to bring out the dark side in everything, of course i was gonna have him killed off..


      however i HAVE stated in some later comments that life imprisonment or hlarious public ridicule would be better suited to the disney universe

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    • Scrubbing all the floors in the Southern Isles.

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    • Wasn't it said that his brothers would deal with him?

      Hans wanted to do some aweful things, but since he didn't get away with anything greatly damagaing I'm guessing that he'll probably suffer hazing from his brothers worse than ever before. 

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    • Robinsonbecky wrote:
      Scrubbing all the floors in the Southern Isles.

      and thus, the story of Hans-erella bgan

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    • Funny you gender-flipped Cinderella...I saw that recently.

      Scrubbing floors, though?  Hans should be forced to clean up afte rthe horses in the stables!

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    • I was making a reference to what the King said in the CDi Zelda games.

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    • Oh, I see. I don't play games so... XD

      Maybe he became a servant though, it's plausible. Or forced to join a strict segment of the military...

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    • JinelleBoss wrote:
      Karenerskine wrote:
      No offence L3titsnow 1994, but that's kinda dark. No matter how horrible his actions were, people have done way worse, so maybe in worst case scenario, he would be demoted from his princeship. Maybe his brothers could have forgiven him.


      She has a very good point....Maybe they will forgive him its up to them....

      They can't, You can't let a guy go on betraying a princess and trying to kill the queen and try to take overe the throne, he NEEDS to get punished! He can't just go on without a punishment! Wha the did was VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY wrong! I think he was either imprisoned or demoted.

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    • Disney4Disney wrote:
      JinelleBoss wrote:
      Karenerskine wrote:
      No offence L3titsnow 1994, but that's kinda dark. No matter how horrible his actions were, people have done way worse, so maybe in worst case scenario, he would be demoted from his princeship. Maybe his brothers could have forgiven him.

      She has a very good point....Maybe they will forgive him its up to them....

      They can't, You can't let a guy go on betraying a princess and trying to kill the queen and try to take overe the throne, he NEEDS to get punished! He can't just go on without a punishment! Wha the did was VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY wrong! I think he was either imprisoned or demoted.

      Thats right what Hans id can't jusst bo overlooked or ignorde. He needs to be punished and to the best of my knowlage other people in thous days have been exicuted for doing less (althou I doubt the they will give their own brother the death peniltey so I think Hans would't have to worrie about the rope or what ever else the Southern Isles use to exacute criminals).

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    • Maybe he got sent away to another land, where happily eve rafters don't exist...

      Wait..NO, then that must mean *pinkiepiegasp* HANS NOW RESIDES AMONG US ALL!!!!!

      NO ONE IS SAFE!!!

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    • I wish I understood that joke

      That's the kind of jokes I make here on this wiki most of the time.

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    • Well, you see In Enchanted, the villain sends Giselle down a wishing well to a place where happily eve rafters don't exist, and she ends up in New York City.

      So I was making a joke that Hans was banished to our world, thus living among us.

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    • My auto correct keeps changing 'Ever Afters' into eve rafters and it's annoying.

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    • Curse you auto correct the platypus!

      I get that too

      When I log in tablets they capitalize the first letter of the first name in my username.

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    • Yeah, whenever I have to capitalise a word in the middle of the sentence. I get this thing where. The autocorrect puts a. Period and space where I didn't type one

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    • Disownment, likely.

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    • If Hans's brothers were not in charge of his punishment he would have probbably gotten the death panilty.

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    • Disownment really is inevitable for someone in Hans' position.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      If Hans's brothers were not in charge of his punishment he would have probbably gotten the death panilty.


      No, because he was royalty, he would have recieved special treatment.

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    • Are you kidding me? People rebel and murder their royals all the time! Look at the Russian tzar, or the French Revolution, and countless other things. If a royal does bad things, they get bad karma shooting them to death, or chopping their head off. I'm sorry but no royal gets special treatment unless their government is horribly corrupt.

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    • L3TitSN0W1994 wrote:
      Are you kidding me? People rebel and murder their royals all the time! Look at the Russian tzar, or the French Revolution, and countless other things. If a royal does bad things, they get bad karma shooting them to death, or chopping their head off. I'm sorry but no royal gets special treatment unless their government is horribly corrupt.


      Onlt if his family were overthrown would that happen. His family still rules the Southern Isles, so the only way Hans would be executed would be if the people get sick of his family and overthrow them. It's implied, however, the the Southern Isles government is normally very good.

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    • Nope. I think it wouldn't be below his family to torture or torment him. I just have a personal bias against his kingdom. For some reason.

      Anyway at least may I apologise for being so dramatic and graphic? I'm just passionate about tragedy and cruel stories.

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    • Persuasive not manipulative they're not the same skill. Persuasive you act forceful, Manipulative you like talked someone into doing what you suggested even if it was done in the past. Persuasive is the adjective this rude fellow Hans fits.

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    • LionGuardEscort198 wrote:
      Persuasive not manipulative they're not the same skill. Persuasive you act forceful, Manipulative you like talked someone into doing what you suggested even if it was done in the past. Persuasive is the adjective this rude fellow Hans fits.

      First off, you're n ot even remotely correct on the deinition of Persuasive.

      Second, THIS THREAD DIED BACK IN 2014

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    • PyroGothNerd QUIT THE FUSS I don't have any trouble distinguishing VERBS  ot ADJECTIVES, don't rudely talk like I'm senseless Pyro! I have my reading skills no matter what you say.

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    • I WASN'T TALKING ABOUT YOUR GRAMMAR, I WAS TALKING ABOUT YOUR BAD DEFINITIONS

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    • They Both Do With READING. so quit YOUR ROUGH SPEECH . I Don't Have bad Definition that's just you wishing you finally had someone to bully It's true Persuading is you forcing other to do things your way Manipulating is you offering suggestion / warning / advice, they do not have the same results. He's wanting the soldiers to believe him so he does rude tricks, that's one way to force overwhelmed or confused people to believe you when they don't have any idea what else to do!


      Hans persuasive he forces soldiers to do stuff his rude way not their own way, he's rude enough to force the two sisters to live like him,however they're wise enough to ignore him. He dislikes Elsa a whole lot, Hans won't admit how deep Anna's love for her sister is, he like pushing it no matter what the real issues is. Hans is quite irresponsible. Manipulative people give you choices, rude persuasive people do not.

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    • First off, you claim your grammar is fine, and then when I say that was not my complaint, YOU IGNORE MY ACTUAL COMPLAINT AND RESPOND WITH TERRIBLE GRAMMAR YOU FREAKING NINCOMPOOP.

      Second off, since my actual complaint was you not knowing the definition of persuade, HERE'S THE ACTUAL DEFINITION.

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      PERSUASION HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH BEING FORCEFUL. I WAS NEVER EVEN INTENDING TO BRING UP YOUR GRAMMAR.

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    • I'll Tell On Your uneasy Fuss I'm not one who complains I'm one with both Insight and Courage at surprising levels,which tons of people can somtimes feel quite jealousy about. I'll never believe your example I get mine both way dictionary PLUS CLEAR VISIONS! WHILE READING SKILLFULLY!


      Doing the right things and arguing over beliefs have the same key issues. NOW QUIT YOUR WASTING YOUR TIME, WITH EFFORT TO CONVINCE ME because you won't I luckily have what's called personal strength!

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    • I literally copied the dictionary definition of the word "persuade"

      Also, your English just got really bad. Like, it was fine earlier, but now it sucks. 

      Also, for someone with "personal strength" you seem awfully easily offended. If you're so strong, why don't you just ignore me instead of constantly trying to justify yourself? Also, if you're so smart, why didn't you look up the definition online to prove you were right? Because you knew you were wrong and don't know how to back down, perhaps?

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    • NO MY ENGLISH DID GET BAD QUIT your fussing / bullying words, Do or Believe PERSUADE it's a verb that does with both. and yes there's the unoticed fact  what you believe comes from your concept and your concept controls most of your actions.


      You're just wanting me to pout, however I'm strong to not pout! No matter how you make fun of my definitionsm and grammar, as well as reading skills, you're emotionally feeling bad enough to say false stuff about others, and one them is me. But I'm not easy to weaken.


      No offense isn't the same thing as personal strength at all ,OFFENDED YOU'RE MAD, PERSONAL STRENGTH YOU'RE ABLE TO RESIST OTHER PEOPLE'S WISHES OF YOU. That's a huge differemce. I have my insight and courage, you're the user not calming down here.


      13 YEARS OF PRACTICE, SKILLS TO READ YOUNG ADULT BOOKS AND DSICOVER THE MESSAGES, AS WELL AS READING KIDS' FANTASY My English doesn't suck.

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    • My definitions aren't your problem it's my insight skill , Push it, the cause of this, What's the reason, By force, Persuade, Make this happen, they're phrases that have similar meanings.They just don't feel the same as they're said. But being manipulated, information is the key thing they're not telling you you really have to do it that's where the huge difference is.

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    • Your english is the worst I've ever seen, and BTW reading Young Adult novels don't make you smart. I'm a college Senior, I've written hundreds of essays and passed every English class I've ever taken with flying colors. You would flunk in an instant in any of the classes I've ever taken. Heck, you started off that last rant with "No my English did get bad" which is not only improper, but if it were correct, would be you admitting your English is bad.

      You're a whiny, blithering idiot who throws a hissy fit the moment anyone disagrees with you, and can't figure out how to look at a dictionary. 13 years? That's barely practice at all. I'm 22 years old, and have been taught how to read and write since I was still in diapers.

      But just remember, I wasn't initially criticizing your grammar or English...you're the one who dragged your poor skills into this argument. So quit playing victim, you're embarrassing the heck out of yourself.

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    • I don't know what is going on, but this argument over who's english is better stops now. I don't care who started it, I'll either have this discussion closed or have both your accounts suspended. Do I make myself clear PyroGothNerd and LionGuardEscort198? Let it go.

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    • Thank You Alex. 

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    • Yeah, thanks Alex

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