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    • That's great to hear

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    • That's a strange article, talking of referendums and films at the same time?...

      This may not be a so good news, however or unfortunatly, since she seems to be saying that by sarcasm, even calling Pixar a "sequel machine". And it's written in full letters that it would worry her if a sequel happened.

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    • I am not particularly a Brave fan, however, I a sequel to any movie would be nice.

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    • Gasp** Merida/MacGuffin FTW!! 

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    • I hope Pixar can bring Mor'du back and be the main villain again and who knows that this time, he could be defeated by Merida and friends. Oh and maybe in the sequel, Pixar can put Merida's first ever love interest. He can be first a teenage were bear, but then a real human. You know like Twilight

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    • I think Mor'du wasn't actually evil in the end and I think he will also never return. Also the idea of a teenage bear would be kind of obvious and I don't think Merida needs a love interest. I am really curious about what Pixar is going to do with Brave in the sequel, though

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    • I'm just saying. But who knows whether they can bring Mor'du back or just put a new villain. I think that his human self has reedemed himself before turning into a Wisp at the end. But his bear self could be still a villain. And what I meant about the teenage bear, is that he is some sort of a human who changes into a bear at will. Like Jacob from Twilight. He changes into a werewolf at will.

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    • I'd like it better if Brave didsn't have a sequel. I'm not such a fan of Disney sequels, but if they put a lot of effort into it, it could turn out really great.

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    • I am not a disney sequel fan as well but i like disney pixar sequels though

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    • I just can't wait untile Brave gets a sequle.

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    • Most the older (ie. all of the sucky ones) sequels were done by DisneyToon studios, whose real strength was television animation and not feature film animation.

      This would be done by Pixar, and barring "Cars 2", most Pixar sequels are at least tolerable.

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    • What I would like to see in the Brave sequel is:

      Merida having a male talking black bear named Ronde as a sidekick.

      Two talking newts as companions of Merida's (possibly) werebear boyfriend, Karalt.

      Ronde's mate and three cubs: two males and one female. (The female cub could possibly be Merida's other best friend. One of the male ones is Karalt's other companion and the other Ronde's.

      Ronde's friends: a huge wolf, a snake, a hare, a mountain lion, a boar, two deers, an ox, and several other wild animals.

      Other werebears who are Karalt's family. One of them is Karalt's sister who wanted to kill Merida for killing her mother (not knowing that it was really her uncle Mor'du.)

      Mor'du been brought back to life by the werebears' dark magic and he is still the permanent beast and his human form being turned into a wisp. He is Karalt's uncle but not related since Karalt's father was just a former friend of Mor'du's when he was a human. His brothers were killed by the beast in ancient times.

      Merida singing a lullaby song to the female cub and later Ronde joining in.

      Merida singing a love song with Karalt.

      All the werebears redeemed and turning against Mor'du after learning of his true colors.

      Mor'du having minions who are the ones that appeared in the Brave video game

      Mor'du being fought by Ronde. Later by the wild animals, the werebears and the four clans including the newts and the Witch and her magical objects and crow.

      Merida and Karalt confronting Mor'du.

      Merida almost getting killed by Mor'du again, until Karalt interferes and leaps at his uncle and they fought wildly. Later Karalt defeats Mor'du. Although Karalt dies after getting severely wounded by the monster, but later revives when his mother's spirit arrives and sees her family once again

      At the end Merida and Karalt having their first kiss and he went to live with her of course without marrying.

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    • Whatever happens in that sequel (If they do make it) I just REALLY, REALLY, REALLYOh, just REALLY  Hope Merida does NOT GET A LOVE INTEREST! IT PRACTICALLY RUINS THE WHOLE MOVIE! Look, throughout the whole film Merida has been trying real hard to AVOID marriage! Okay think of it this way, throughout the whole film Ariel has been trying real hard to be with Eric just the way Merida has been trying to avoid marriage and Pixar making a sequel where Merida gets a love interest would be EXACTLY LIKE Disney making another TLM sequel where Ariel divorces Eric/or Eric dies I just really hope Merida doesn't get a love interest!

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    • Or maybe a talking bear.

      And hey I don't want her to get married either. It's like when you have a boyfriend/girlfriend, you go out with him/her. But I would like is that they are still a couple and never get married! In the sequel if Merida spends a lot of time with Karalt, they could very slowly fall in love

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    • maybe in the end they find out its better to be friends.. Sorry I just dont want Merida coupled to someone

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    • Ok. But hey, what do you think about a talking bear friend of Merida?

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Ok. But hey, what do you think about a talking bear friend of Merida?

      I actually like that idea,as long as it isn't a boy, I think it should be a girl, maybe we can just change Karalt into a girl. if we keep him a boy and he and Merida don't fall in love, children who see this movie are just going to keep pairing him with Merida and keep talking about a wedding for them. If she falls in love with him but they still don't get married, I will be just as upset.

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    • Until I see an imdb page labelled "pre-production", I'm not buying it.

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    • Well yeah Merida can have a girl who could be a friend of hers. Don't you remember on the discussion about Ronde's mate and his only daughter and Karalt's sister? Those three can be Merida's female best friends, you know.

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    • You know, talking bears don't really work for me. That's just what Brave is, it's not too fairy talish, its a legend with ghosts and witches and mighty heroes. Bears shouldn't talk. If there's a scottish story about a werebear then i like to see this, but not without this.

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    • If Karalt and his werebear family can understand what animals, especially bears are saying, maybe Merida, Queen Elinor and all humans can also understand what they're saying, but by magical purposes of course

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    • Oh and I forgot something out. Ronde and his mate, besides being the sidekicks for Merida, they could also be the parent figures for her, even though they treat her like if she was their own cub

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    • 702085 wrote:
      If Karalt and his werebear family can understand what animals, especially bears are saying, maybe Merida, Queen Elinor and all humans can also understand what they're saying, but by magical purposes of course

      So like what happened in brother bear 2

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Oh and I forgot something out. Ronde and his mate, besides being the sidekicks for Merida, they could also be the parent figures for her, even though they treat her like if she was their own cub

      If this would happen, people are going to ask themselves why there wasn't anything about this in part 1

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    • If they ask themselves about that, I think the reason would be that she had already has parents. But in the sequel, when she's alone in the wild. The two bears would come up to her and be like her parents in the wild, especially Ronde.

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    • Orlando678 wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      If Karalt and his werebear family can understand what animals, especially bears are saying, maybe Merida, Queen Elinor and all humans can also understand what they're saying, but by magical purposes of course

      So like what happened in brother bear 2

      Exactly
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    • 702085 wrote:
      If they ask themselves about that, I think the reason would be that she had already has parents. But in the sequel, when she's alone in the wild. The two bears would come up to her and be like her parents in the wild, especially Ronde.


      So what happened to her parents then??

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    • Oh sorry. My bad. Everyone's fine. What I meant to say is that Queen Elinor and King Fergus are her parents from the civilized side and her actual parents while Ronde and his mate are her parents from the wild side and her parent figures. (Because they treat her like their own cub).

      It's like Merida having two moms and two dads

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    • hmm it might work, but it is quite random.

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    • What do you mean by that?

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    • Well bcs we haven't noticed anything of this in the original movie. and in the first movie she had nothing with bears except for Mor'du because of her father's stories

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    • And that's the reason why I came up with the ideas of Merida with the talking bears, the newts and the other animals, including the werebears.

      As a matter of fact, the stuffed heads of animals and stuffed bears that King Fergus has in his trophy room, gave me the motivation that in the sequel the wild animals could be some main characters and have an important role. Since the the first one, humans are the only main characters. Mor'du, despite being the main villain and the only animal main character, doesn't count, because he is a human who transformed into an animal

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    • Good news! YAY! 
      Princess-Merida-from-Pixar-Brave

      Woo Hoo!

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    • Again: show me an imdb page with the words "pre-production", and then I'll believe this.

      The only real reason I post in the "Giants", "Moana" and "The Good Dinosaur" pages is to humor you. I refuse to believe any of those three movies is getting made until their respective imdb pages read "pre-production".

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    • It's the sequel to Brave finally confirmed?

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    • 702085 wrote: It's the sequel to Brave finally confirmed?

      No, not yet. This thread is simply indicating that Brenda Chapman has said, quite sarcastically I must say, that it was "likely" Pixar makes a sequel to Brave. It's her opinion, and since she no longer works at Pixar, I wouldn't consider it a confirmation.


      Agustinaldo wrote: Again: show me an imdb page with the words "pre-production", and then I'll believe this.

      The only real reason I post in the "Giants", "Moana" and "The Good Dinosaur" pages is to humor you. I refuse to believe any of those three movies is getting made until their respective imdb pages read "pre-production".

      I'm not sure I would take IMDb as my ultimate proof of what film is made and which isn't. I believe they can be quite unreliable... But anyways, The Good Dinosaur definitively at least has been made at some point. I personally doubt they cancel a film that's gone so far in production, but that's more a hope than a fact from my part.

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    • Gray Catbird wrote:

      702085 wrote: It's the sequel to Brave finally confirmed?

      No, not yet. This thread is simply indicating that Brenda Chapman has said, quite sarcastically I must say, that it was "likely" Pixar makes a sequel to Brave. It's her opinion, and since she no longer works at Pixar, I wouldn't consider it a confirmation.


      Agustinaldo wrote: Again: show me an imdb page with the words "pre-production", and then I'll believe this.

      The only real reason I post in the "Giants", "Moana" and "The Good Dinosaur" pages is to humor you. I refuse to believe any of those three movies is getting made until their respective imdb pages read "pre-production".

      I'm not sure I would take IMDb as my ultimate proof of what film is made and which isn't. I believe they can be quite unreliable... But anyways, The Good Dinosaur definitively at least has been made at some point. I personally doubt they cancel a film that's gone so far in production, but that's more a hope than a fact from my part.

      Who needs Brenda Chapman? We have Mark Andrews, right? I mean you said she quitted Pixar, so Mark Andrews can direct the sequel alone with someone else, won't he? If there was a sequel.

      And speaking of Mark Andrews, I don't know if he will ever consider it, but this human transforming into an animal by a spell really just doesn't work out well. I mean, in the movie, no human has ever joined with wild talking animals to unite and I would like to see that. All the humans are main characters and no animal is a main character and that was not fair. The previous title that was the Bear and the Bow made me think that humans and animals would be the main characters, but no, they made humans who transform into animals. If he ever considers that human and animal ally idea, then maybe every human and animal could be together until the end, like the four clans

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    • 702085 wrote:

      Gray Catbird wrote:


      702085 wrote: It's the sequel to Brave finally confirmed?

      No, not yet. This thread is simply indicating that Brenda Chapman has said, quite sarcastically I must say, that it was "likely" Pixar makes a sequel to Brave. It's her opinion, and since she no longer works at Pixar, I wouldn't consider it a confirmation.



      Agustinaldo wrote: Again: show me an imdb page with the words "pre-production", and then I'll believe this.

      The only real reason I post in the "Giants", "Moana" and "The Good Dinosaur" pages is to humor you. I refuse to believe any of those three movies is getting made until their respective imdb pages read "pre-production".

      I'm not sure I would take IMDb as my ultimate proof of what film is made and which isn't. I believe they can be quite unreliable... But anyways, The Good Dinosaur definitively at least has been made at some point. I personally doubt they cancel a film that's gone so far in production, but that's more a hope than a fact from my part.
      Who needs Brenda Chapman? We have Mark Andrews, right? I mean you said she quitted Pixar, so Mark Andrews can direct the sequel alone with someone else, won't he? If there was a sequel.

      And speaking of Mark Andrews, I don't know if he will ever consider it, but this human transforming into an animal by a spell really just doesn't work out well. I mean, in the movie, no human has ever joined with wild talking animals to unite and I would like to see that. All the humans are main characters and no animal is a main character and that was not fair. The previous title that was the Bear and the Bow made me think that humans and animals would be the main characters, but no, they made humans who transform into animals. If he ever considers that human and animal ally idea, then maybe every human and animal could be together until the end, like the four clans

      I know she quit but I hope Brenda Chapman can still have something to do with the sequle to Brave cause she helped make the Brave one of the best movies ever.

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    • Well then, don't lose faith and keep hoping.

      But hey what do you think about the human and talking wild animal ally idea?

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    • As long as Merida doesn't get a love interest, I am fine with the sequel.

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    • Ok. But about Merida's love interest, I think that's Pixar to decide to put him in the sequel or not. But I so badly want Pixar to put wild animals in the movie, in which the wild animals are only wild and out of control when evil comes to their human allies, like Merida, her family, the clans and the defensless non wild animals. These kind of wild animals don't attack innocent people, because of the werebears speaking to them.

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    • As Frozen earns a sequel, I think it's fine with Brave :)!

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    • It doesn't have to be that way. You can have a sequel either way. What I am talking about here is what Mark Andrews would say to the idea of #1 talking wild animals #2 people who turn into bears at will aka the werebears #3 Merida's love interest being a teenage werebear #4 Merida having a big male black bear as her sidekick and also one of his three bear cubs #5 Mor'du's return and finally killed by Karalt (Merida's werebear boyfriend) and never to be revived again. I would like Karalt to be voiced by Elijah Wood from The Lord of the Rings. #6 the waystone creatures from the Brave video game #7 Karalt's two pet talking newts #8 Mor'du being voiced by Clancy Brown, using his Kurgan voice. (If Mark Andrews ever wants to make Mor'du talk) and #9 the appearance of the Loch Ness Monster. I hope he could consider the idea and Pixar

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    • I know this is probably necro-posting, but I just saw this, and Brave's my favorite movie, and Merida my favorite Princess, so I really want to add my opinion into the mix.

      I read the article link, and finding a good story to make a sequel out of is pretty important. But, no offence to the ideas above, but werebears and Merida having a love interest shouldn't be involved. Merida began the independent princess rush of recent, and it's extremely important that she stay single and focus more on other things then love and romance!

      As for werebears... sorry, but, it's not very... logical. Wouldn't Merida have known about them in the first movie? I mean, if there were werebears, and your mother was turned into a bear, after trying to see the witch, wouldn't they be the next person you would've gone to?!

      But if it comes down to it, all I want is a good movie, with good music, and a chance to see my favorite red-haired arrow-shootin' lass back on the big screen.

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    • Speaking of good music, I heard this beautiful song from Brave which was not in the movie, but it was in Songs and Story. It's called "Like I'm Alive". I wish that song could be in the sequel

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    • I never heard that one.

      Touch the Sky and Noble Maiden Fair have become some of my favorite Celtic songs. In fact, the music in Brave converted me to loving Celtic music.

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    • I'm actually wishing it's about merida and her daughter. I have yet to see a Disney Princess have kids in an offical sequel not some crappy direct to dvd movie like Ariel (sorry Ariel). 

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    • Hey, LMII is my favorite Little Mermaid movie! I never understand why people hate it so much!

      Merida having a daughter would be... interesting. She certainly wouldn't be like Elinor to her daughter's Merida, that's for sure. She'd probably be more like Fergus as a parent. But I hope it's continuing Merida's adventures as Princess of DunBroch, possibly when she's about to be crowned Queen. I mean, the video game ending hinted at her having many adventures as Queen of DunBroch. I know that since it was a game mentioning it and not a movie, it probably doesn't count as canon, but I'd still love to see it!

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    • Jessanna Stansu wrote:
      Hey, LMII is my favorite Little Mermaid movie! I never understand why people hate it so much!

      Merida having a daughter would be... interesting. She certainly wouldn't be like Elinor to her daughter's Merida, that's for sure. She'd probably be more like Fergus as a parent. But I hope it's continuing Merida's adventures as Princess of DunBroch, possibly when she's about to be crowned Queen. I mean, the video game ending hinted at her having many adventures as Queen of DunBroch. I know that since it was a game mentioning it and not a movie, it probably doesn't count as canon, but I'd still love to see it!

      Oh, I don't hate the original movie, Ariel is one of my favorite princesses actually. It's the sequel that I hate, but that stems from the fact that my cousin stepped on the tape and I couldn't watch it anymore. Anyway... 

      I think it would be interesting to watch. I wouldn't say that it would be a copy of the original movie. I'd like to see her as a queen and having a great adventure with her kids. 

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    • Jessanna Stansu wrote: Hey, LMII is my favorite Little Mermaid movie! I never understand why people hate it so much!

      Merida having a daughter would be... interesting. She certainly wouldn't be like Elinor to her daughter's Merida, that's for sure. She'd probably be more like Fergus as a parent. But I hope it's continuing Merida's adventures as Princess of DunBroch, possibly when she's about to be crowned Queen. I mean, the video game ending hinted at her having many adventures as Queen of DunBroch. I know that since it was a game mentioning it and not a movie, it probably doesn't count as canon, but I'd still love to see it!

      I may have initially hated TLMII myself, but I don't anymore, and in fact I tolerate it. At least it didn't butcher continuity with the first film to such an extent that they effectively retconned it out of existence, unlike Ariel's Beginning. And I liked TLM myself, was my first movie barring Hunt for Red October, and I'm definitely loyal to Ariel as well. Besides, the only character I actually hated in that film was Morgana due to her immature behavior, and even now she's tolerable compared to Marina del Ray, and heck, from what I've heard, the special edition actually fixed quite a few problems with the original release, so I might be able to watch it.

      As far as this topic, considering the fact that Merida went to great lengths to avoid any romance at all, not even when she was actually given a choice, not to mention selfishly got exactly what she wanted at great risk to her kingdom (especially back then where refusing a political arranged marriage is a good way to get your kingdom slaughtered by rivaling kingdoms) and nearly got her mom poisoned for it, I really doubt Merida would become a mother, as the implication is that she sleep with a man, and based on her interactions she definitely won't want that at all. She's less likely to become a mother than Belle is, and let's be frank, there's little indication Belle ever wanted to become a mom at all, and if we go by Disney Comics, was pretty much a huge man-hater until Beast came along. I wasn't fond of Brave anyways, from the reviews and definitely not from the little I've heard of the film from my parents (or to be more accurate, the little I overheard from my parents watching it, not that I had a choice because they were playing it at a loud enough volume for me to hear it not only from my living room but even when trying to hide in my parents closet upstairs, eventually resorting to looking at Christmas decorations around the neighborhood just so I'd have an excuse to not have to listen to it anymore), so I honestly don't want a sequel to that film, whether it be theatrically released or otherwise DTV.

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    • To stay on the brave topic, I think she'll have a romance eventually, she just didn't want it now. I think in a tie in book it said that she would eventually marry. I mean it could have been worse, the movie could have been historically accurate and could have forced her to marry. 

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    • Lovefiction wrote: To stay on the brave topic, I think she'll have a romance eventually, she just didn't want it now. I think in a tie in book it said that she would eventually marry. I mean it could have been worse, the movie could have been historically accurate and could have forced her to marry. 

      Hey, at least she had multiple choices of potential suitors at one event. It's not like they only gave her one and only one choice for a suitor, so she really isn't being "forced."

      Besides, there is plenty of evidence to suggest Brave was basically militant feminist propaganda anyways. Aladdin handled the concept of forced marriages far better and without actually demonizing males.

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    • ^ I like to think that too. I mean, you either have 2 situations:

      You marry this person by the end of the year and have kid so there is an heir. If you don't there will be a civil war between the clans and eventually wiping each other out for a good century or two assuming a male and female survive. 

      OR!! 

      We're going to set up a series of different events with three potential suitors and for you to get to know and be friends with them in the meantime. That way we are all at peace with each other, because it took years to set this all up and they might as well have married someone else in the mean time. As long and you get married and have kid, it could take place in the next 1-5 years and you have a kid soon after, I don't care when you have it. 


      Yea I'd pick option 2. 

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    • I know all that, I'm just saying that Merida, though having her faults character-wise, does send a good message to kids in the end: the love between families is just as important as romantic love. I mean, come on, almost all of the Disney Princess movies show the lead either A, falling for a guy, or B, falling and marrying said guy, and if not in the movie, in the direct-to-DVD sequels that everyone seems to hate. Merida seems to have sparked a bit of a game-changing trend, and though I'm not completely against her having a love interest in the hopeful sequel, I'm not completely for it, either.

      But the werebear boyfriend is out there in my opinion, sorry.

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    • Jessanna Stansu wrote: I know all that, I'm just saying that Merida, though having her faults character-wise, does send a good message to kids in the end: the love between families is just as important as romantic love. I mean, come on, almost all of the Disney Princess movies show the lead either A, falling for a guy, or B, falling and marrying said guy, and if not in the movie, in the direct-to-DVD sequels that everyone seems to hate. Merida seems to have sparked a bit of a game-changing trend, and though I'm not completely against her having a love interest in the hopeful sequel, I'm not completely for it, either.

      But the werebear boyfriend is out there in my opinion, sorry.

      Actually Beauty and the Beast focuses on familial love as well, yet on the other hand, that kind of love actually resulted in near-disaster when she pretty obviously sold out the Beast to the mob in favor of keeping her dad out of the asylum, even though it was extremely obvious what would happen if she did that.

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    • Jessanna Stansu wrote:
      I know all that, I'm just saying that Merida, though having her faults character-wise, does send a good message to kids in the end: the love between families is just as important as romantic love. I mean, come on, almost all of the Disney Princess movies show the lead either A, falling for a guy, or B, falling and marrying said guy, and if not in the movie, in the direct-to-DVD sequels that everyone seems to hate. Merida seems to have sparked a bit of a game-changing trend, and though I'm not completely against her having a love interest in the hopeful sequel, I'm not completely for it, either.

      But the werebear boyfriend is out there in my opinion, sorry.

      I agree with you.

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    • Jessanna Stansu wrote: I know this is probably necro-posting, but I just saw this, and Brave's my favorite movie, and Merida my favorite Princess, so I really want to add my opinion into the mix.

      I read the article link, and finding a good story to make a sequel out of is pretty important. But, no offence to the ideas above, but werebears and Merida having a love interest shouldn't be involved. Merida began the independent princess rush of recent, and it's extremely important that she stay single and focus more on other things then love and romance!

      As for werebears... sorry, but, it's not very... logical. Wouldn't Merida have known about them in the first movie? I mean, if there were werebears, and your mother was turned into a bear, after trying to see the witch, wouldn't they be the next person you would've gone to?!

      But if it comes down to it, all I want is a good movie, with good music, and a chance to see my favorite red-haired arrow-shootin' lass back on the big screen.

      Maybe there was another wizard not related to the witch, bit her magic only makes people change into bears constantly (like the werewolves from Twilight or something) while the witch's magic only makes spells to make people turn into bears permanently, but somehow, they all have one thing in common: Mor'du.

      And what do you mean by the werebear boyfriend is out there in your opinion? You think it will never happen? But that could be part of the bear continuation. And Brave is involving bears but it is not about them. And not just bears who are humans in disguise that need to be involved. It also needs real ones. And people who change into bears whenever they wish. I even planned to have a talking real bear who could be Merida's secondary sidekick after Angus

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:

      Jessanna Stansu wrote:
      I know all that, I'm just saying that Merida, though having her faults character-wise, does send a good message to kids in the end: the love between families is just as important as romantic love. I mean, come on, almost all of the Disney Princess movies show the lead either A, falling for a guy, or B, falling and marrying said guy, and if not in the movie, in the direct-to-DVD sequels that everyone seems to hate. Merida seems to have sparked a bit of a game-changing trend, and though I'm not completely against her having a love interest in the hopeful sequel, I'm not completely for it, either.

      But the werebear boyfriend is out there in my opinion, sorry.

      I agree with you.

      Come on. There was never any character in an animated Disney or Pixar movie who can change into a firece wild animal, whenever that character wants. And that would be interesting. That is why I really want both werebears and real bears in the sequel instead of people turning into bears by spells and turning back into humans by counterspells. Now that was awful.

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    • Jessanna Stansu wrote: Hey, LMII is my favorite Little Mermaid movie! I never understand why people hate it so much!

      Merida having a daughter would be... interesting. She certainly wouldn't be like Elinor to her daughter's Merida, that's for sure. She'd probably be more like Fergus as a parent. But I hope it's continuing Merida's adventures as Princess of DunBroch, possibly when she's about to be crowned Queen. I mean, the video game ending hinted at her having many adventures as Queen of DunBroch. I know that since it was a game mentioning it and not a movie, it probably doesn't count as canon, but I'd still love to see it!

      No. Merida should not grow up in the sequel or become Queen of DunBroch. It will be "How to Train your Dragon 2" all over again Where the characters all grow up and that was awful. I know that eventually she will grow up, but I dont want that to be seen in the sequel or any other sequel, but only hinted. I want her to stay the way she was in the first movie.

      Speaking of the Brave video game, do you know the creatures and their guardians that appeared in the game? I really want them to appear in the sequel and be Mor'du's and the werebears's henchmen.

      I also wish that Clan DunBroch and the other clans would make an alliance with the wild animals and the bears of Scotland to try and take down Mor'du once and for all (if Mor'du comes back to life in the sequel). And if Pixar decides to consider all of these ideas that I mentioned.

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    • If there was a sequel to Brave, I would like Clancy Brown to voice Mor'du in his Kurgan voice and Elijah Wood to voice Karalt the teenage werebear and Merida's possible boyfriend. If Pixar ever wants to put a boyfriend of Merida and if they make the sequel

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    • I hope Keira Knightley, Robert Carlyle, James McAvoy, Andy Nyman, Simon Rusell Beale, Dakota Blue Richards, Tracey Ullman, Ella Purnell, Hugh Laurie and Liam Nesson could have a role in the sequel of Brave

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    • And now that Merida had been brave for avoiding marriage and that she finally convincend everyone that love can be found in their own time and choosing their fate, she should also be brave Of bringing the humans and bears together and unite as one, because the clans have been enemies with bears because of Mor'du, so they should be friends with bears, except the demon bear himself. You know like How to Train Your Dragon and stuff

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    • I can't wait till Brave gets a Sequal.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      I can't wait till Brave gets a Sequal.

      Yeah me neither and I hope they can accept the idea I'm giving. like the new voice actors, new characters, a love interest for Merida, the talking bears and wild animals and the return of Mor'du

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    • I think Merida should stay single.

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    • I agree with 702085. After all, she did say she should find love at our own time.

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    • So what do you guys think?

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    • Jessanna Stansu wrote:

      As for werebears... sorry, but, it's not very... logical. Wouldn't Merida have known about them in the first movie? I mean, if there were werebears, and your mother was turned into a bear, after trying to see the witch, wouldn't they be the next person you would've gone to?!

      I don't know. But it's possible.

      Maybe Karalt and his werebear family are from a different kind of magical cultures of human-transforming-into-bear or they messed up some of the Witch's magic and misused it to get the power of the werebear and they began transforming into bears whenever they wanted, rather than turning into bears permanently

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    • I think Merida should stay single.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      I think Merida should stay single.


      But I still hope that if she gets a love interest, I hope it can be this one that I just posted

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      I think Merida should stay single.

      But I still hope that if she gets a love interest, I hope it can be this one that I just posted

      It looks really good, I say.

      But at the end of the movie, Merida made a new law. 

      Also, she would marry at her own sake. That means she wouldn't (maybe) get a love interest.

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    • But that doesn't mean that she is going to marry in the sequel. Besides, I highly disagree of the idea of her marrying. Karalt could just be her boyfriend through the whole movie.

      Even though, he should have appeared in the first movie of Brave, because he could have helped Merida and Queen Elinor find the Witch and make her change Elinor back into a human. He could have been their guide. He could've known the way and could know every part of the forest in which Merida and her mother had never been to before. And since he is a werebear (sometimes he is a human, sometimes he is a bear), he could even know what was going on around Elinor about her bear form and even understand what she is saying through bear growls and roars and then translate it to Merida, who apperantly, "doesn't speak bear". But Karalt does.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      But that doesn't mean that she is going to marry in the sequel. Besides, I highly disagree of the idea of her marrying. Karalt could just be her boyfriend through the whole movie.

      Even though, he should have appeared in the first movie of Brave, because he could have helped Merida and Queen Elinor find the Witch and make her change Elinor back into a human. He could have been their guide. He could've known the way and could know every part of the forest in which Merida and her mother had never been to before. And since he is a werebear (sometimes he is a human, sometimes he is a bear), he could even know what was going on around Elinor about her bear form and even understand what she is saying through bear growls and roars and then translate it to Merida, who apperantly, "doesn't speak bear". But Karalt does.

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      Sorry, my replying skills are bad. Let's move away and say that (Ahem) I,

      a. Highly disagree on Merida's love interest...

      b. But it's a good idea!

      Anyway, I do  think half of the Wiki users would disagree.

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    • RainbowDisney wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      But that doesn't mean that she is going to marry in the sequel. Besides, I highly disagree of the idea of her marrying. Karalt could just be her boyfriend through the whole movie.

      Even though, he should have appeared in the first movie of Brave, because he could have helped Merida and Queen Elinor find the Witch and make her change Elinor back into a human. He could have been their guide. He could've known the way and could know every part of the forest in which Merida and her mother had never been to before. And since he is a werebear (sometimes he is a human, sometimes he is a bear), he could even know what was going on around Elinor about her bear form and even understand what she is saying through bear growls and roars and then translate it to Merida, who apperantly, "doesn't speak bear". But Karalt does.

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      Sorry, my replying skills are bad. Let's move away and say that (Ahem) I,

      a. Highly disagree on Merida's love interest...

      b. But it's a good idea!

      Anyway, I do  think half of the Wiki users would disagree.

      Maybe, but I just know that there can be a strong chance that Merida gets a boyfriend. But it can possibly be Karalt. She could even have a new black bear companion who is a male and his name is Rondenork, or for short "Ronde". He and Karalt could be rivals and they don't get along at first because he is one of the werebears who works for Mor'du. In fact, the wild animlas who are Ronde's friends are rivals with the werebears. But especialy Ronde and Karalt. But somehow thanks to Merida,  they will eventually become good friends, like a brother and brother relationship and with Merida like a father and daughter relationship

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    • 702085 wrote:
      RainbowDisney wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      But that doesn't mean that she is going to marry in the sequel. Besides, I highly disagree of the idea of her marrying. Karalt could just be her boyfriend through the whole movie.

      Even though, he should have appeared in the first movie of Brave, because he could have helped Merida and Queen Elinor find the Witch and make her change Elinor back into a human. He could have been their guide. He could've known the way and could know every part of the forest in which Merida and her mother had never been to before. And since he is a werebear (sometimes he is a human, sometimes he is a bear), he could even know what was going on around Elinor about her bear form and even understand what she is saying through bear growls and roars and then translate it to Merida, who apperantly, "doesn't speak bear". But Karalt does.

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      Sorry, my replying skills are bad. Let's move away and say that (Ahem) I,

      a. Highly disagree on Merida's love interest...

      b. But it's a good idea!

      Anyway, I do  think half of the Wiki users would disagree.

      Maybe, but I just know that there can be a strong chance that Merida gets a boyfriend. But it can possibly be Karalt. She could even have a new black bear companion who is a male and his name is Rondenork, or for short "Ronde". He and Karalt could be rivals and they don't get along at first because he is one of the werebears who works for Mor'du. In fact, the wild animlas who are Ronde's friends are rivals with the werebears. But especialy Ronde and Karalt. But somehow thanks to Merida,  they will eventually become good friends, like a brother and brother relationship and with Merida like a father and daughter relationship

      Yes, that's so true. The only thing is will the director think of this? It's like a yes or no game.

      I'll go for a yes.  

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    • RainbowDisney wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      RainbowDisney wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      But that doesn't mean that she is going to marry in the sequel. Besides, I highly disagree of the idea of her marrying. Karalt could just be her boyfriend through the whole movie.

      Even though, he should have appeared in the first movie of Brave, because he could have helped Merida and Queen Elinor find the Witch and make her change Elinor back into a human. He could have been their guide. He could've known the way and could know every part of the forest in which Merida and her mother had never been to before. And since he is a werebear (sometimes he is a human, sometimes he is a bear), he could even know what was going on around Elinor about her bear form and even understand what she is saying through bear growls and roars and then translate it to Merida, who apperantly, "doesn't speak bear". But Karalt does.

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      ...

      Sorry, my replying skills are bad. Let's move away and say that (Ahem) I,

      a. Highly disagree on Merida's love interest...

      b. But it's a good idea!

      Anyway, I do  think half of the Wiki users would disagree.

      Maybe, but I just know that there can be a strong chance that Merida gets a boyfriend. But it can possibly be Karalt. She could even have a new black bear companion who is a male and his name is Rondenork, or for short "Ronde". He and Karalt could be rivals and they don't get along at first because he is one of the werebears who works for Mor'du. In fact, the wild animlas who are Ronde's friends are rivals with the werebears. But especialy Ronde and Karalt. But somehow thanks to Merida,  they will eventually become good friends, like a brother and brother relationship and with Merida like a father and daughter relationship

      Yes, that's so true. The only thing is will the director think of this? It's like a yes or no game.

      I'll go for a yes.  

      Then, I'll see if I can create a petition for this

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    • The love interest I want for Merida is the werebear, Karalt. Who I talked about for months now and he has mystical powers and has the power to change into a bear whenever he wants and so does his family of werebears. He is at first an evil teenager werebear who is the heir to the leadership of the werebear. He works for Mor'du and he is the demon bear's nephew and lieutenant (No, not that his father is one of Mor'du's 3 dead brothers. that was ages past. Karalt's father, Hershtan, is really Mor'du's former best friend and the evil bear decided to be the young man's uncle.)

      The family members are: Karalt, his father, his two sisters, one older (Jenna) and one younger (Lormiah), his five cousins and their parents. And their main goal was to avenge the death of Karalt's mother, Nayora, who was supposedly killed by Merida. No one didn't know that the one who killed her was Mor'du in secret. He tricked everyone that Merida was the killer, just so they could bring her to him and to eat her and then destroy her kingdom and everyone in it. Karalt's younger sister, Lormiah was the only one who was very, very determined to kill Merida for the murder, the only one who was very obsessed with her with full of raging hate and she was dreaming about her being killed for months.

      So Karalt went to find Merida to bring her to Mor'du, alive. But first he would have to gain full trust of her so that time would pass by and then she would trust him in anything. But eventually, sometime in the climax or before the climax, he forgot all about killing her and avenging his mother's death, because he had fallen in love with Merida and she had fallen in love Karalt. Besides he was starting to think that she isn't the killer and maybe she isn't a killer at all and now he was staring to think that it was someone else.

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    • This is an update for Karalt

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    • That's nice to hear.

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    • I think Merida should stay single in the sequal.

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    • Seriously? Everytime I put an update to the story, you say the exact same thing. That Merida should stay single. I thought you were gonna say something about the story or the werebears or the talking newts etc. just what are your opinions?

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    • Another update:

      Merida, Karalt, Ronde the bear and the newts Apen and Even, when they were seperated from the wild animals who were on their way to Glen Moriston to find the Witch, who apperantly, hasn't returned to her cottage yet, to get her information about how to defeat Mor'du and have their forest without any danger that they can't face, because he is so powerful, that no one can't defeat him.

      After her trip from the Wicker Man's Festival in Stornaway, she went to Glen Moriston to teach some magician students some thrilling but dangerous magic.

      Merida, Karalt, Ronde and the newts were seperated from them because they encountered a misty forest that got them lost. When they finally got out, they were alone. The animals were on the other side of beautiful coastal cliffs. While the friends were still on the forest but out of the mist. They went on trying to catch up until they encountered a giant fortress inhabited by ruthless Vikings. So, Merida, Karalt and Ronde had to disguise themselves as Vikings while the newts hid on the helmets, so they could make it through the fortress without been seen. But unfourtunatetly, Ronde, since he was holding his bear self to act more like a human, tripped and his helmet came off and Merida and Karalt came rushing towards and dropped their helmets. The Vikings saw them and chased after them, Ronde however was able to held off a lot of them while Karalt, went to find the chief and Merida went to find the exit and then signal her friends about it. But they were just so many. So they ran for their lives to the exit. They fell into the ocean far below.

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    • 702085 wrote: Whoever is changing the picture of Karalt into other unnecessary photos, change it back!! Please!

      It has to do with the file name. The problem I see is that you're naming the file "Image.jpg", when various images with the exact same name exist. Thus, new images uploaded here with the same file name replace the previous versions of the file. I suggest naming the file something unique that clearly distinguishes itself from the other images.

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    • Ok thanks. I'll try to name it

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    • Karalt

      This is Karalt, Merida's possible boyfriend in the sequel.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Karalt

      This is Karalt, Merida's possible boyfriend in the sequel.

      Possibly?!...

      !

      And the 'another update' sounds cool.

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    • And I still want your drawing to be Merida's possible boyfriend.

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    • Yes. I know that he will be a great one. I just wish some of the people at Pixar are seeing this are and I hope that they really gonna love this and have him in the sequel. Not just him, but all of the characters that I mentioned. The newts, Ronde, the werebears, the wild animals, the Vikings, etc.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Seriously? Everytime I put an update to the story, you say the exact same thing. That Merida should stay single. I thought you were gonna say something about the story or the werebears or the talking newts etc. just what are your opinions?

      To be honest with you I'm not realy that intrasted in the wearbears ore the talking newts. Also I think part of what makes Merida unique among the Disny Princess is that she did't wait untill a love intrast took care of her, she took care of herself.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Seriously? Everytime I put an update to the story, you say the exact same thing. That Merida should stay single. I thought you were gonna say something about the story or the werebears or the talking newts etc. just what are your opinions?

      To be honest with you I'm not realy that intrasted in the wearbears ore the talking newts. Also I think part of what makes Merida unique among the Disny Princess is that she did't wait untill a love intrast took care of her, she took care of herself.

      Of the Disney Princesses, the only one I can think of who LITERALLY only waited until a love interest took care of her was Princess Aurora. All the other DPs, even the ones preceding Ariel, and especially the ones starting with Ariel and coming before Merida, did in fact take care of themselves and had actual plans beyond simply getting a love interest. Even the likes of Cinderella and Snow White at least had their desire to get away from their abusive stepfamily (murderous in the case of Snow White) as something they had beyond wanting Prince Charming. Belle and Jasmine actually tried to avoid potential love interests, and Mulan? She practically single-handedly saved China from the Huns. You tell me she only waited for a love interest? Oh, and Ariel already planned on going to the human world before she even knew of Eric's existence, let alone met him.

      The only noteworthy aspect for Merida is that she actually DIDN'T get a love interest at all, and even the novelization implied that she did eventually marry someone.

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    • Weedle McHairybug wrote:

      Wolf 91 wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Seriously? Everytime I put an update to the story, you say the exact same thing. That Merida should stay single. I thought you were gonna say something about the story or the werebears or the talking newts etc. just what are your opinions?
      To be honest with you I'm not realy that intrasted in the wearbears ore the talking newts. Also I think part of what makes Merida unique among the Disny Princess is that she did't wait untill a love intrast took care of her, she took care of herself.
      Of the Disney Princesses, the only one I can think of who LITERALLY only waited until a love interest took care of her was Princess Aurora. All the other DPs, even the ones preceding Ariel, and especially the ones starting with Ariel and coming before Merida, did in fact take care of themselves and had actual plans beyond simply getting a love interest. Even the likes of Cinderella and Snow White at least had their desire to get away from their abusive stepfamily (murderous in the case of Snow White) as something they had beyond wanting Prince Charming. Belle and Jasmine actually tried to avoid potential love interests, and Mulan? She practically single-handedly saved China from the Huns. You tell me she only waited for a love interest? Oh, and Ariel already planned on going to the human world before she even knew of Eric's existence, let alone met him.

      The only noteworthy aspect for Merida is that she actually DIDN'T get a love interest at all, and even the novelization implied that she did eventually marry someone.

      Not only that but she did have a love interest in preproduction, it was young macguffin and its even seen in the deleted scenes. 

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    • Wolf 91, of course she can take care of herself, she can be a princess and still be herself. Difference is that she has a boyfriend. She could also protect him from many things. But when it comes to his evil uncle Mor'du, that's when he gets protective of her, and he has the power to finally defeat the demon bear.

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    • I think Merida is better off single in the sequal.

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    • Wolf 91, You know what? Im just gonna ignore you on this one. Im gonna continue my update plot for the sequel.

      Lovefiction, I just feel that Young MacGuffin is not the proper guy for her. Not because he is fat or that no one can understand his language he speaks. It's because he is a minor character who I think he is meant to be a Disney Sidekick along with Young Macintosh and Wee Dingall and that he is better off with them.

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    • Also if there is a sequel, I hope that the whole Brave cast can return to reprise their roles. My dream cast for the sequel are:

      1. Elijah Wood as Karalt, Merida's love interest

      2. Liam Neeson as Ronde the bear

      3. Matt Smith as Apen, one of Karalt's two newts

      4. Andy Nyman as Even, one of Karalt's two newts

      5. Simon Russell Beale as Hershtan, Karalt's father.

      6. Tracey Ullman as Hachel, Ronde's mate.

      7. Robert Carlyle as Chaster, Ronde's wolf friend.

      8. Clancy Brown as Mor'du, the demon bear.

      9. Dakota Blue Richards as Lormiah, Karalt's obsessive younger sister. 10. Keira Knightley as Jenna, Karalt's older sister

      11. Brenda Chapman as Nayora, Karalt's mother who was killed by Mor'du years ago, but later she comes back in the form of a Wisp

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    • And for the Triplets. (Hamish, Hubert and Harris) they could be voiced by Jack Bright, who is currently voicing Spot in the Good Dinosaur

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    • I think if they added my fan character I'd have her voiced by Katie Leung. Mainly because she has that soft spoken voice that I picture my character having. That and she's Scottish and I'd stick to an all Scottish cast. Her parents would be voiced by Veronica Clifford and David O'Hara and who are both also Scottish. Then her siblings would be voiced by Sean Biggerstaff and David Tenant. And the maid would be Shirley Henderson. 

      And if you're a Harry Potter nerd like I am, I just added: Cho Chang, Mrs. Mason, Runcorn, Oliver Wood, Barty Crouch Junior, and Moaning Myrtle all to the cast. And if you think about the original cast you have all of them plus: Professor Trelawnley, the Grey Lady, Mrs. Weasley, Hagrid, It's one giant reunion going on ya'll. 

      Whoops and I forgot Karen Gillian to be to sister, can't forget the Doctor Who love. 

      I also don't know how but I would love to include the following Scottish actors/actresses as well: James McAvoy, Richard Madden, Peter Capaldi, John Barrowman, and Sean Connery.  

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Also if there is a sequel, I hope that the whole Brave cast can return to reprise their roles. My dream cast for the sequel are:

      1. Elijah Wood as Karalt, Merida's love interest

      2. Liam Neeson as Ronde the bear

      3. Matt Smith as Apen, one of Karalt's two newts

      4. Andy Nyman as Even, one of Karalt's two newts

      5. Simon Russell Beale as Hershtan, Karalt's father.

      6. Tracey Ullman as Hachel, Ronde's mate.

      7. Robert Carlyle as Chaster, Ronde's wolf friend.

      8. Clancy Brown as Mor'du, the demon bear.

      9. Dakota Blue Richards as Lormiah, Karalt's obsessive younger sister. 10. Keira Knightley as Jenna, Karalt's older sister

      11. Brenda Chapman as Nayora, Karalt's mother who was killed by Mor'du years ago, but later she comes back in the form of a Wisp

      12. John Ratzenberger as a new character who is one of Ronde's wild animal friends

      Good actors, but the only one who's actually Scottish is Robert Carlyle, how about actors like Sean Connery, David Tennant, Ewan McGregor and Ewen Bremner among others?

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    • If Merida needs a love interest, I would like it to be another Princess, I've even thought of some names:

      Aileen

      Ardis

      Isabel

      Lilias

      Lorna

      Rhona

      Saorise

      Shona

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      If Merida needs a love interest, I would like it to be another Princess, I've even thought of some names:

      Aileen

      Ardis

      Isabel

      Lilias

      Lorna

      Rhona

      Saorise

      Shona

      Lolololol my OC Brave character's name is Aileen! And my daughter for her and young macintiosh is named Lilias. And Shona is the name of Merida's daughter. 

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    • Lovefiction wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      If Merida needs a love interest, I would like it to be another Princess, I've even thought of some names:

      Aileen

      Ardis

      Isabel

      Lilias

      Lorna

      Rhona

      Saorise

      Shona

      Lolololol my OC Brave character's name is Aileen! And my daughter for her and young macintiosh is named Lilias. And Shona is the name of Merida's daughter. 

      Oh, so what do you think of my idea anyway?

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Also if there is a sequel, I hope that the whole Brave cast can return to reprise their roles. My dream cast for the sequel are:

      1. Elijah Wood as Karalt, Merida's love interest

      2. Liam Neeson as Ronde the bear

      3. Matt Smith as Apen, one of Karalt's two newts

      4. Andy Nyman as Even, one of Karalt's two newts

      5. Simon Russell Beale as Hershtan, Karalt's father.

      6. Tracey Ullman as Hachel, Ronde's mate.

      7. Robert Carlyle as Chaster, Ronde's wolf friend.

      8. Clancy Brown as Mor'du, the demon bear.

      9. Dakota Blue Richards as Lormiah, Karalt's obsessive younger sister. 10. Keira Knightley as Jenna, Karalt's older sister

      11. Brenda Chapman as Nayora, Karalt's mother who was killed by Mor'du years ago, but later she comes back in the form of a Wisp

      12. John Ratzenberger as a new character who is one of Ronde's wild animal friends

      Good actors, but the only one who's actually Scottish is Robert Carlyle, how about actors like Sean Connery, David Tennant, Ewan McGregor and Ewen Bremner among others?

      Maybe. But I seriously don't want Ewan McGregor, David Tennant or James McAvoy in it. I'm just not a big fan of those three.

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    • But if you want them all to be Scottish actors, at least I want so badly to have Elijah Wood, Liam Neeson, Clancy Brown, Andy Nyman and Matt Smith to be in Brave 2

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    • ^ I love Matt Smith. 

      I think the idea is okay, I'm a Merida/MacGuffin shipper though so I don't really read OC fics unless its with the suitors. 

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Also if there is a sequel, I hope that the whole Brave cast can return to reprise their roles. My dream cast for the sequel are:

      1. Elijah Wood as Karalt, Merida's love interest

      2. Liam Neeson as Ronde the bear

      3. Matt Smith as Apen, one of Karalt's two newts

      4. Andy Nyman as Even, one of Karalt's two newts

      5. Simon Russell Beale as Hershtan, Karalt's father.

      6. Tracey Ullman as Hachel, Ronde's mate.

      7. Robert Carlyle as Chaster, Ronde's wolf friend.

      8. Clancy Brown as Mor'du, the demon bear.

      9. Dakota Blue Richards as Lormiah, Karalt's obsessive younger sister. 10. Keira Knightley as Jenna, Karalt's older sister

      11. Brenda Chapman as Nayora, Karalt's mother who was killed by Mor'du years ago, but later she comes back in the form of a Wisp

      12. John Ratzenberger as a new character who is one of Ronde's wild animal friends

      Good actors, but the only one who's actually Scottish is Robert Carlyle, how about actors like Sean Connery, David Tennant, Ewan McGregor and Ewen Bremner among others?
      Maybe. But I seriously don't want Ewan McGregor, David Tennant or James McAvoy in it. I'm just not a big fan of those three.

      Why not?

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    • 702085 wrote:
      But if you want them all to be Scottish actors, at least I want so badly to have Elijah Wood, Liam Neeson, Clancy Brown, Andy Nyman and Matt Smith to be in Brave 2

      Are you sure those actors fit?

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      But if you want them all to be Scottish actors, at least I want so badly to have Elijah Wood, Liam Neeson, Clancy Brown, Andy Nyman and Matt Smith to be in Brave 2

      Are you sure those actors fit?

      Well, they aren't Scottish but, you know they could have a Scottish accent, even if they are English or Irish.

      Elijah Wood was so good playing Frodo Baggins in the Lord of the Rings, Matt Smith is so good playing Doctor Who. Liam Neeson is a great British man in his action movies.

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      702085 wrote:
      But if you want them all to be Scottish actors, at least I want so badly to have Elijah Wood, Liam Neeson, Clancy Brown, Andy Nyman and Matt Smith to be in Brave 2
      Are you sure those actors fit?
      Well, they aren't Scottish but, you know they could have a Scottish accent, even if they are English or Irish.

      Elijah Wood was so good playing Frodo Baggins in the Lord of the Rings, Matt Smith is so good playing Doctor Who. Liam Neeson is a great British man in his action movies.

      First, don't get me wrong, I adore actors like Neeson and Smith, but an actor/actress should be cast solely because of popularity.

      Second, give me some examples of Neeson, Smith & Wood portraying not only Scottish accents, but convincing ones too.

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    • I don't know how to put it. I just saw them in their previous movies and what got me from Elijah Wood is that he was Frodo Baggins in Lord of the Rings and gave me inspiration that maybe his possible character (Karalt) could have almost the same characteristics as Frodo Baggins but more adventurous and daring.

      Liam Neeson, well from his movies of the Taken trilogy, I just got inspiration from those movies and his fighting. And it hit me that if Neeson's possible character (Ronde the bear) could have almost the same traits but in the form of a bear? Like if he was a die hard bear, like if he was crime fighting and doing heroic leaps and stuff

      And for Matt Smith, he is a very funny British guy from Doctor Who and that I would like his possible character (Apen, one of Karalt's two pet newts) to have his funny comedic side in which Smith had in DW

      That's what I can tell you

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Also if there is a sequel, I hope that the whole Brave cast can return to reprise their roles. My dream cast for the sequel are:

      1. Elijah Wood as Karalt, Merida's love interest

      2. Liam Neeson as Ronde the bear

      3. Matt Smith as Apen, one of Karalt's two newts

      4. Andy Nyman as Even, one of Karalt's two newts

      5. Simon Russell Beale as Hershtan, Karalt's father.

      6. Tracey Ullman as Hachel, Ronde's mate.

      7. Robert Carlyle as Chaster, Ronde's wolf friend.

      8. Clancy Brown as Mor'du, the demon bear.

      9. Dakota Blue Richards as Lormiah, Karalt's obsessive younger sister. 10. Keira Knightley as Jenna, Karalt's older sister

      11. Brenda Chapman as Nayora, Karalt's mother who was killed by Mor'du years ago, but later she comes back in the form of a Wisp

      12. John Ratzenberger as a new character who is one of Ronde's wild animal friends

      Good actors, but the only one who's actually Scottish is Robert Carlyle, how about actors like Sean Connery, David Tennant, Ewan McGregor and Ewen Bremner among others?
      Maybe. But I seriously don't want Ewan McGregor, David Tennant or James McAvoy in it. I'm just not a big fan of those three.

      Why not?

      Like I said. Not a big fan of them. Also because those three already portrayed love interests for Kelly Macdonald (Merida) in some previous films.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      I don't know how to put it. I just saw them in their previous movies and what got me from Elijah Wood is that he was Frodo Baggins in Lord of the Rings and gave me inspiration that maybe his possible character (Karalt) could have almost the same characteristics as Frodo Baggins but more adventurous and daring.

      Liam Neeson, well from his movies of the Taken trilogy, I just got inspiration from those movies and his fighting. And it hit me that if Neeson's possible character (Ronde the bear) could have almost the same traits but in the form of a bear? Like if he was a die hard bear, like if he was crime fighting and doing heroic leaps and stuff

      And for Matt Smith, he is a very funny British guy from Doctor Who and that I would like his possible character (Apen, one of Karalt's two pet newts) to have his funny comedic side in which Smith had in DW

      That's what I can tell you

      Like I just said, popularity shouldn't be the sole reason. They have to be convincing that they're the characters, not actors trying to play as the characters. I think the best role Neeson ever had was The Lego Movie (ironic, I know), sure you could tell when he does the Bad Cop characters, but as the Good Cop, you could never tell it's still his voice, it sounds like a different actor.

      Again, can these three do convincing accents?

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      I don't know how to put it. I just saw them in their previous movies and what got me from Elijah Wood is that he was Frodo Baggins in Lord of the Rings and gave me inspiration that maybe his possible character (Karalt) could have almost the same characteristics as Frodo Baggins but more adventurous and daring.

      Liam Neeson, well from his movies of the Taken trilogy, I just got inspiration from those movies and his fighting. And it hit me that if Neeson's possible character (Ronde the bear) could have almost the same traits but in the form of a bear? Like if he was a die hard bear, like if he was crime fighting and doing heroic leaps and stuff

      And for Matt Smith, he is a very funny British guy from Doctor Who and that I would like his possible character (Apen, one of Karalt's two pet newts) to have his funny comedic side in which Smith had in DW

      That's what I can tell you

      Like I just said, popularity shouldn't be the sole reason. They have to be convincing that they're the characters, not actors trying to play as the characters. I think the best role Neeson ever had was The Lego Movie (ironic, I know), sure you could tell when he does the Bad Cop characters, but as the Good Cop, you could never tell it's still his voice, it sounds like a different actor.

      Again, can these three do convincing accents?

      That's what I have been trying to tell you. That they have to be convincing that they are the characters and not forced to play as the characters. I just didn't know how to put it. That's all. But if they can be in Scottish films, they also can do convincing accents.

      Well, I think so. Emma Thompson (the voice of Elinor) is not Scottish, she is English, but she could do a Scottish accent, don't you think the same could be said to Wood, Smith and Neeson?

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      I don't know how to put it. I just saw them in their previous movies and what got me from Elijah Wood is that he was Frodo Baggins in Lord of the Rings and gave me inspiration that maybe his possible character (Karalt) could have almost the same characteristics as Frodo Baggins but more adventurous and daring.

      Liam Neeson, well from his movies of the Taken trilogy, I just got inspiration from those movies and his fighting. And it hit me that if Neeson's possible character (Ronde the bear) could have almost the same traits but in the form of a bear? Like if he was a die hard bear, like if he was crime fighting and doing heroic leaps and stuff

      And for Matt Smith, he is a very funny British guy from Doctor Who and that I would like his possible character (Apen, one of Karalt's two pet newts) to have his funny comedic side in which Smith had in DW

      That's what I can tell you

      Like I just said, popularity shouldn't be the sole reason. They have to be convincing that they're the characters, not actors trying to play as the characters. I think the best role Neeson ever had was The Lego Movie (ironic, I know), sure you could tell when he does the Bad Cop characters, but as the Good Cop, you could never tell it's still his voice, it sounds like a different actor.

      Again, can these three do convincing accents?

      That's what I have been trying to tell you. That they have to be convincing that they are the characters and not forced to play as the characters. I just didn't know how to put it. That's all. But if they can be in Scottish films, they also can do convincing accents.

      Well, I think so. Emma Thompson (the voice of Elinor) is not Scottish, she is English, but she could do a Scottish accent, don't you think the same could be said to Wood, Smith and Neeson?

      Because Thompson was raised in Scotland (even her mother was Scottish), of course she did well in the film itself. As for your three actors, nothing in their pasts or heritages have much connection to the country.

      I'd see them fitting your characters, but I still don't see them fitting the film itself.

      You still haven't given me any examples.

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    • Well I don't know how to put it then. I will just say that they at least they have accents even if they are not Scottish. Hey. Maybe your dream cast can be all Scottish

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Well I don't know how to put it then.

      What about actors like Sean Connery, Richard, Wilson, Annette Crosbie or Isla Fisher?

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Well I don't know how to put it then.

      What about actors like Sean Connery, Richard, Wilson, Annette Crosbie or Isla Fisher?

      Well, they could work. But Sean Connery is retired

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Well I don't know how to put it then.
      What about actors like Sean Connery, Richard, Wilson, Annette Crosbie or Isla Fisher?
      Well, they could work. But Sean Connery is retired

      Good point, but who knows?

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    • If he is retired, that means he won't act anymore, maybe because he is dying or may have disease, the point is he's very old over like 84 years old.

      But still, Im gonna keep Elijah Wood, Liam Neeson, Matt Smith and Andy Nyman on my wish list for Brave 2

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    • 702085 wrote:
      If he is retired, that means he won't act anymore, maybe because he is dying or may have disease, the point is he's very old over like 84 years old.

      But still, Im gonna keep Elijah Wood, Liam Neeson, Matt Smith and Andy Nyman on my wish list for Brave 2

      Ok, but don't get your hopes high.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      If he is retired, that means he won't act anymore, maybe because he is dying or may have disease, the point is he's very old over like 84 years old.

      But still, Im gonna keep Elijah Wood, Liam Neeson, Matt Smith and Andy Nyman on my wish list for Brave 2

      Ok, but don't get your hopes high.

      Don't worry, I won't

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Well I don't know how to put it then. I will just say that they at least they have accents even if they are not Scottish. Hey. Maybe your dream cast can be all Scottish

      My whole dream cast is Scottish so it all depends on who you like and if you can see them as your character. 

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    • Lovefiction wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Well I don't know how to put it then. I will just say that they at least they have accents even if they are not Scottish. Hey. Maybe your dream cast can be all Scottish

      My whole dream cast is Scottish so it all depends on who you like and if you can see them as your character. 

      Oh I do. I see them like as the characters that I would like for them to appear in Brave 2. But the only problem is if Pixar will ever be able to let them in

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    • Only thing is, I think Pixar is sticking to scottish actors/actresses. 

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    • Not all the voice actors are Scottish you know. The guy who plays Young Macintosh is American. Julie Walters (the Witch) is English, Craig Ferguson is half American half Scottish.

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    • If Merida needs a love interest, I would like it to be another Princess, I've even thought of some names:

      Ardis

      Isabel

      Lorna

      Rhona

      Saorise

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    • I don't think Pixar will ever allow a relationship with gays or lesbians. Pixar is meant for kids of all ages not for too much adult humor

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    • 702085 wrote:
      I don't think Pixar will ever allow a relationship with gays or lesbians. Pixar is meant for kids of all ages not for too much adult humor

      First, a story about a gay relationship doesn't equal "adult humour", are you homophobic or something?

      Second, Toy Story intended to have adult humour in it, explain that.

      Third, the world of animation is becoming more diverse, please be more open-minded and quit being ignorant. Animation shouldn't always be just for children, wait, "kids of all ages", don't you mean people of all ages?

      Fourth, it's just a bloody idea! Don't make a big deal about it.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      I don't think Pixar will ever allow a relationship with gays or lesbians. Pixar is meant for kids of all ages not for too much adult humor

      First, a story about a gay relationship doesn't equal "adult humour", are you homophobic or something?

      Second, Toy Story intended to have adult humour in it, explain that.

      Third, the world of animation is becoming more diverse, please be more open-minded and quit being ignorant. Animation shouldn't always be just for children, wait, "kids of all ages", don't you mean people of all ages?

      Fourth, it's just a bloody idea! Don't make a big deal about it.

      Sorry. It's just that I'm not used to gay couple because sometimes it disgusts me, but I support it anyway. It's their relationship. But on a Disney or Pixar movie? Brrrrr. No go

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      I don't think Pixar will ever allow a relationship with gays or lesbians. Pixar is meant for kids of all ages not for too much adult humor
      First, a story about a gay relationship doesn't equal "adult humour", are you homophobic or something?

      Second, Toy Story intended to have adult humour in it, explain that.

      Third, the world of animation is becoming more diverse, please be more open-minded and quit being ignorant. Animation shouldn't always be just for children, wait, "kids of all ages", don't you mean people of all ages?

      Fourth, it's just a bloody idea! Don't make a big deal about it.

      Sorry. It's just that I'm not used to gay couple because sometimes it disgusts me, but I support it anyway. It's their relationship. But on a Disney or Pixar movie? Brrrrr. No go

      You need to watch The Legend of Korra or Steven Universe.

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    • They are not from Disney. Maybe on Nickelodion or Cartoon Network allow it, but does Disney allow it? I dont think so. But still, I respect your idea, even if I dont think it will ever work on a Disney film.

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    • Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde (full name, Rondenork) a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, is almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hyperactive, tiny-but-mighty, wisecracking hare who likes to be kicked around out of fun, not out of reject.

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much, but is loyal and funny and he is also the muscle of the animals.

      7. Baron, a crocodile who likes to gossip alot.

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion who is competitive and has a need for speed.

      9. Zeeye, a falcon who is much more reasonable than the rest of the animals.

      10. Ardiss, a female seductive rattlesnake who likes to taunt playfully

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots.

      and finally

      12. Chugger, a wild boar who acts more like a soldier and sometimes gets the other animals into getting a march with him.

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    • Their are no Crocodile's or Mountain Lions in Scotland and I've never heard of a wolf being bigger the a great dane.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      Their are no Crocodile's or Mountains in Scotland and I've never heard of a wolf being bigger the a great dane.

      Maybe because, this wolf has a growth condition that makes his size look like a bear

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    • I know that that in Scotland there are no mountain lions or crocodiles. But wouldn't it be interesting if they were the first American animals in Scotland?

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    • Still no crocs. Not sure on mountain lions. But definitely no crocs.

      Sibling to a guy that owns three animal encyclopedias and loves Scotland. I know these things. :)

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    • Now. I created the wild animals because if the clans are not capable of defeating bigger warriors, maybe the wild animals can be their strong force of protection for the clans and their secret weapon.

      In this case, if Mor'du ever comes back to life and fights Merida, King Fergus and the clans once again, the wild animals could spring into action and attack Mor'du, thus helping the humans

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    • 702085 wrote:
      They are not from Disney. Maybe on Nickelodion or Cartoon Network allow it, but does Disney allow it? I dont think so. But still, I respect your idea, even if I dont think it will ever work on a Disney film.

      Give it time and a little open mind, and maybe it will.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.

      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.
      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible

      Okay, but would it be more interesting if the animals didn't communicate via dialogue, but instead through expressions?

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.
      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible

      Okay, but would it be more interesting if the animals didn't communicate via dialogue, but instead through expressions?

      Well, sometimes when they are all by themselves, maybe they ought to do that. But when they are around humans, I think they need to dialouge

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.
      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible
      Okay, but would it be more interesting if the animals didn't communicate via dialogue, but instead through expressions?
      Well, sometimes when they are all by themselves, maybe they ought to do that. But when they are around humans, I think they need to dialouge

      Have you seen DreamWorks' Spirit?

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.
      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible
      Okay, but would it be more interesting if the animals didn't communicate via dialogue, but instead through expressions?
      Well, sometimes when they are all by themselves, maybe they ought to do that. But when they are around humans, I think they need to dialouge

      Have you seen DreamWorks' Spirit?

      Yeah. What about it?

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.
      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible
      Okay, but would it be more interesting if the animals didn't communicate via dialogue, but instead through expressions?
      Well, sometimes when they are all by themselves, maybe they ought to do that. But when they are around humans, I think they need to dialouge
      Have you seen DreamWorks' Spirit?
      Yeah. What about it?

      None of the animal characters ever spoke, they instead showed their emotions and expressions, I rarely seen animated films do something like that. Even Elinor, when she was a bear, didn't need to speak.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.
      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible
      Okay, but would it be more interesting if the animals didn't communicate via dialogue, but instead through expressions?
      Well, sometimes when they are all by themselves, maybe they ought to do that. But when they are around humans, I think they need to dialouge
      Have you seen DreamWorks' Spirit?
      Yeah. What about it?

      None of the animal characters ever spoke, they instead showed their emotions and expressions, I rarely seen animated films do something like that. Even Elinor, when she was a bear, didn't need to speak.

      I know that. It was just an idea that I would like that to happen someday. But like I said: the animals sometimes speak when they feel the need when they are on their own, but sometimes they comunicate through feelings and signs. But if Merida would get an animal charm to talk with them, maybe they could talk back.

      And also if Karalt was in the first movie of Brave. He could have been their guide to the Witch and easily understand what Elinor is saying through her roars, moans and growls and translate it to Merida, because he is a bear on the inside. In the outside, he is a human

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:



      702085 wrote:

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      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.
      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible
      Okay, but would it be more interesting if the animals didn't communicate via dialogue, but instead through expressions?
      Well, sometimes when they are all by themselves, maybe they ought to do that. But when they are around humans, I think they need to dialouge
      Have you seen DreamWorks' Spirit?
      Yeah. What about it?
      None of the animal characters ever spoke, they instead showed their emotions and expressions, I rarely seen animated films do something like that. Even Elinor, when she was a bear, didn't need to speak.
      I know that. It was just an idea that I would like that to happen someday. But like I said: the animals sometimes speak when they feel the need when they are on their own, but sometimes they comunicate through feelings and signs. But if Merida would get an animal charm to talk with them, maybe they could talk back.

      And also if Karalt was in the first movie of Brave. He could have been their guide to the Witch and easily understand what Elinor is saying through her roars, moans and growls and translate it to Merida, because he is a bear on the inside. In the outside, he is a human

      Good ideas to be honest. Ooh, piece of advice, if you want to have a romance, I suggest making it more subtle, realistic, and do something new or different with it, none of that liar revealed or misunderstanding cliche rubbish.

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      702085 wrote:

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      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.
      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible
      Okay, but would it be more interesting if the animals didn't communicate via dialogue, but instead through expressions?
      Well, sometimes when they are all by themselves, maybe they ought to do that. But when they are around humans, I think they need to dialouge
      Have you seen DreamWorks' Spirit?
      Yeah. What about it?
      None of the animal characters ever spoke, they instead showed their emotions and expressions, I rarely seen animated films do something like that. Even Elinor, when she was a bear, didn't need to speak.
      I know that. It was just an idea that I would like that to happen someday. But like I said: the animals sometimes speak when they feel the need when they are on their own, but sometimes they comunicate through feelings and signs. But if Merida would get an animal charm to talk with them, maybe they could talk back.

      And also if Karalt was in the first movie of Brave. He could have been their guide to the Witch and easily understand what Elinor is saying through her roars, moans and growls and translate it to Merida, because he is a bear on the inside. In the outside, he is a human

      Good ideas to be honest. Ooh, piece of advice, if you want to have a romance, I suggest making it more subtle, realistic, and do something new or different with it, none of that liar revealed or misunderstanding cliche rubbish.

      What do you mean by that? Karalt and his family were once humans (But they were still bad people however) when Mor'du was a human. but an unknown spell (which I don't know what it is yet and it was certainly NOT the Witch) had turned them all into the animals they are, inside their souls. (Maybe it was the cursed waystone that Mor'du had corrupted from the video game of Brave).

      So they felt absolutly great and strong and fast. But there was only two things that they didn't know. First, that spell was contained inside the waystones and made them much more evil. Second, it was Mor'du who had Karalt's mom killed all along. He tricked them into saying that it was Merida who did it

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      The 13th Hero wrote:

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      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.
      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible
      Okay, but would it be more interesting if the animals didn't communicate via dialogue, but instead through expressions?
      Well, sometimes when they are all by themselves, maybe they ought to do that. But when they are around humans, I think they need to dialouge
      Have you seen DreamWorks' Spirit?
      Yeah. What about it?
      None of the animal characters ever spoke, they instead showed their emotions and expressions, I rarely seen animated films do something like that. Even Elinor, when she was a bear, didn't need to speak.
      I know that. It was just an idea that I would like that to happen someday. But like I said: the animals sometimes speak when they feel the need when they are on their own, but sometimes they comunicate through feelings and signs. But if Merida would get an animal charm to talk with them, maybe they could talk back.

      And also if Karalt was in the first movie of Brave. He could have been their guide to the Witch and easily understand what Elinor is saying through her roars, moans and growls and translate it to Merida, because he is a bear on the inside. In the outside, he is a human

      Good ideas to be honest. Ooh, piece of advice, if you want to have a romance, I suggest making it more subtle, realistic, and do something new or different with it, none of that liar revealed or misunderstanding cliche rubbish.
      What do you mean by that? Karalt and his family were once humans (But they were still bad people however) when Mor'du was a human. but an unknown spell (which I don't know what it is yet and it was certainly NOT the Witch) had turned them all into the animals they are, inside their souls. (Maybe it was the cursed waystone that Mor'du had corrupted from the video game of Brave).

      So they felt absolutly great and strong and fast. But there was only two things that they didn't know. First, that spell was contained inside the waystones and made them much more evil. Second, it was Mor'du who had Karalt's mom all along. He tricked them into saying that it was Merida who did it

      Good idea, just giving you advice, that's all.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:

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      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.
      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible
      Okay, but would it be more interesting if the animals didn't communicate via dialogue, but instead through expressions?
      Well, sometimes when they are all by themselves, maybe they ought to do that. But when they are around humans, I think they need to dialouge
      Have you seen DreamWorks' Spirit?
      Yeah. What about it?
      None of the animal characters ever spoke, they instead showed their emotions and expressions, I rarely seen animated films do something like that. Even Elinor, when she was a bear, didn't need to speak.
      I know that. It was just an idea that I would like that to happen someday. But like I said: the animals sometimes speak when they feel the need when they are on their own, but sometimes they comunicate through feelings and signs. But if Merida would get an animal charm to talk with them, maybe they could talk back.

      And also if Karalt was in the first movie of Brave. He could have been their guide to the Witch and easily understand what Elinor is saying through her roars, moans and growls and translate it to Merida, because he is a bear on the inside. In the outside, he is a human

      Good ideas to be honest. Ooh, piece of advice, if you want to have a romance, I suggest making it more subtle, realistic, and do something new or different with it, none of that liar revealed or misunderstanding cliche rubbish.
      What do you mean by that? Karalt and his family were once humans (But they were still bad people however) when Mor'du was a human. but an unknown spell (which I don't know what it is yet and it was certainly NOT the Witch) had turned them all into the animals they are, inside their souls. (Maybe it was the cursed waystone that Mor'du had corrupted from the video game of Brave).

      So they felt absolutly great and strong and fast. But there was only two things that they didn't know. First, that spell was contained inside the waystones and made them much more evil. Second, it was Mor'du who had Karalt's mom killed all along. He tricked them into saying that it was Merida who did it

      Good idea, just giving you advice, that's all.

      Oh ok. No problem at all. And I understand. I was just suggesting that Karalt could be the first Disney Prince from Pixar and the first to be evil and that later he turns good and the first Disney Prince who can transform from a human into a bear at whenever he wishes

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      The 13th Hero wrote:

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      702085 wrote:
      Now let's change the subject. I created some OC's (original characters) for Brave. I'm gonna start with the wild animals and they only can talk to humans if the humans have an animal charm in their possesion. Karalt and his werebear family can speak to them with no trouble (without the charm) because they are bears on the inside.

      1. Ronde, a bear who is the new sidekick for Merida

      2. Chaster, a wolf, almost much bigger than a Great Dane, who is Ronde's best friend.

      3. Hachel, Ronde's mate (wife)

      4. Lonnie, Ril and Jille, Ronde's bear cubs

      5. Jock, a wild hare

      6. Lug, an ox who doesn't talk too much.

      7. Baron, a crocodile

      8. Alamo, a mountain lion

      9. Zeeye, a falcon

      10. Ardiss, a female rattlesnake

      11. Zoc and Fiha, a weird red deer couple who are idiots

      12. Chuger, a wild boar

      Ok, but if none of them are in the sequel, you can make your own fanfic if you wish.
      I hope it can happen. I know that Brave is kind of realistic and that animals don't talk, but if Merida could have the ability to talk with them, maybe it could be a little too fairytalish, but not if she holds an animal charm in her possesion. You know that there is a lot of magic and danger in the movie, and that could mean that anything is possible
      Okay, but would it be more interesting if the animals didn't communicate via dialogue, but instead through expressions?
      Well, sometimes when they are all by themselves, maybe they ought to do that. But when they are around humans, I think they need to dialouge
      Have you seen DreamWorks' Spirit?
      Yeah. What about it?
      None of the animal characters ever spoke, they instead showed their emotions and expressions, I rarely seen animated films do something like that. Even Elinor, when she was a bear, didn't need to speak.
      I know that. It was just an idea that I would like that to happen someday. But like I said: the animals sometimes speak when they feel the need when they are on their own, but sometimes they comunicate through feelings and signs. But if Merida would get an animal charm to talk with them, maybe they could talk back.

      And also if Karalt was in the first movie of Brave. He could have been their guide to the Witch and easily understand what Elinor is saying through her roars, moans and growls and translate it to Merida, because he is a bear on the inside. In the outside, he is a human

      Good ideas to be honest. Ooh, piece of advice, if you want to have a romance, I suggest making it more subtle, realistic, and do something new or different with it, none of that liar revealed or misunderstanding cliche rubbish.
      What do you mean by that? Karalt and his family were once humans (But they were still bad people however) when Mor'du was a human. but an unknown spell (which I don't know what it is yet and it was certainly NOT the Witch) had turned them all into the animals they are, inside their souls. (Maybe it was the cursed waystone that Mor'du had corrupted from the video game of Brave).

      So they felt absolutly great and strong and fast. But there was only two things that they didn't know. First, that spell was contained inside the waystones and made them much more evil. Second, it was Mor'du who had Karalt's mom killed all along. He tricked them into saying that it was Merida who did it

      Good idea, just giving you advice, that's all.
      Oh ok. No problem at all. And I understand. I was just suggesting that Karalt could be the first Disney Prince from Pixar and the first to be evil and that later he turns good and the first Disney Prince who can transform from a human into a bear at whenever he wishes

      Ok.

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    • So. I hope Pixar considers these ideas I'm giving. If they are willing to make werebears, instead of making people change into bears permanently.

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    • Now. I have voice actors, who could voice the wild animals and most of them are Scottish but there are only two Irish voice actors, one English and three American child actors. (I don't know a single Scottish child actor)

      1. Liam Neeson as Rondenork the bear (or Ronde for short)

      2. Tracey Ullman as Hachel the bear

      3. Robert Carlyle as Chaster the wolf

      4. Noah Johnston, Asher Blinkoff and Jade Pettyjohn as Lonnie, Ril and Jillie, the adorable bear cubs.

      5. Alan Cumming as Jock the hare

      6. Peter Capaldi as Lug the ox

      7. Gerard Butler as Baron the crocodile

      8. Iain Glen as Alamo the mountain lion

      9. John Hannah as Zeeye the falcon

      10. Victoria Smurfit as Ardiss the rattlesnake

      11. David O'Hara and Laura Fraser as Zoc and Fiha the red deer couple

      12. Angus Macfayden as Chuger the wild boar

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      Now. I have voice actors, who could voice the wild animals and most of them are Scottish but there are only two Irish voice actors, one English and three American child actors. (I don't know a single Scottish child actor)

      1. Liam Neeson as Rondenork the bear (or Ronde for short)

      2. Tracey Ullman as Hachel the bear

      3. Robert Carlyle as Chaster the wolf

      4. Noah Johnston, CJ Adams and Jade Pettyjohn as Lonnie, Ril and Jillie, the adorable bear cubs.

      5. Alan Cumming as Jock the hare

      6. Peter Capaldi as Lug the ox

      7. Gerard Butler as Baron the crocodile

      8. Iain Glen as Alamo the mountain lion

      9. John Hannah as Zeeye the falcon

      10. Victoria Smurfit as Ardiss the rattlesnake

      11. David O'Hara and Laura Fraser as Zoc and Fiha the red deer couple

      12. Angus Macfayden as Chuger the wild boar

      Good cast.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      Now. I have voice actors, who could voice the wild animals and most of them are Scottish but there are only two Irish voice actors, one English and three American child actors. (I don't know a single Scottish child actor)

      1. Liam Neeson as Rondenork the bear (or Ronde for short)

      2. Tracey Ullman as Hachel the bear

      3. Robert Carlyle as Chaster the wolf

      4. Noah Johnston, CJ Adams and Jade Pettyjohn as Lonnie, Ril and Jillie, the adorable bear cubs.

      5. Alan Cumming as Jock the hare

      6. Peter Capaldi as Lug the ox

      7. Gerard Butler as Baron the crocodile

      8. Iain Glen as Alamo the mountain lion

      9. John Hannah as Zeeye the falcon

      10. Victoria Smurfit as Ardiss the rattlesnake

      11. David O'Hara and Laura Fraser as Zoc and Fiha the red deer couple

      12. Angus Macfayden as Chuger the wild boar

      Good cast.

      Wait, I've got some ideas for actors too:

      Ken Stott

      Graham McTarvish

      Ewan Stewart

      Dougray Scott

      John Bell

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      Now. I have voice actors, who could voice the wild animals and most of them are Scottish but there are only two Irish voice actors, one English and three American child actors. (I don't know a single Scottish child actor)

      1. Liam Neeson as Rondenork the bear (or Ronde for short)

      2. Tracey Ullman as Hachel the bear

      3. Robert Carlyle as Chaster the wolf

      4. Noah Johnston, CJ Adams and Jade Pettyjohn as Lonnie, Ril and Jillie, the adorable bear cubs.

      5. Alan Cumming as Jock the hare

      6. Peter Capaldi as Lug the ox

      7. Gerard Butler as Baron the crocodile

      8. Iain Glen as Alamo the mountain lion

      9. John Hannah as Zeeye the falcon

      10. Victoria Smurfit as Ardiss the rattlesnake

      11. David O'Hara and Laura Fraser as Zoc and Fiha the red deer couple

      12. Angus Macfayden as Chuger the wild boar

      Good cast.

      Wait, I've got some ideas for actors too:

      Ken Stott

      Graham McTarvish

      Ewan Stewart

      Dougray Scott

      John Bell

      What OC's can they play?

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      Now. I have voice actors, who could voice the wild animals and most of them are Scottish but there are only two Irish voice actors, one English and three American child actors. (I don't know a single Scottish child actor)

      1. Liam Neeson as Rondenork the bear (or Ronde for short)

      2. Tracey Ullman as Hachel the bear

      3. Robert Carlyle as Chaster the wolf

      4. Noah Johnston, CJ Adams and Jade Pettyjohn as Lonnie, Ril and Jillie, the adorable bear cubs.

      5. Alan Cumming as Jock the hare

      6. Peter Capaldi as Lug the ox

      7. Gerard Butler as Baron the crocodile

      8. Iain Glen as Alamo the mountain lion

      9. John Hannah as Zeeye the falcon

      10. Victoria Smurfit as Ardiss the rattlesnake

      11. David O'Hara and Laura Fraser as Zoc and Fiha the red deer couple

      12. Angus Macfayden as Chuger the wild boar

      Good cast.
      Wait, I've got some ideas for actors too:

      Ken Stott

      Graham McTarvish

      Ewan Stewart

      Dougray Scott

      John Bell

      What OC's can they play?

      I don't know really, just thought I could suggest some actors.

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    • Still, that's great. But we can't have too many, many voice actors in Brave 2. Because then, the Pixar studio could be crawling and filled with voice actors

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    • 4EE3C3BA

      This guy is from the Palace Games scene in Brave.

      Now. I was watching Brave about a week ago and I found this guy who was doing the hammer throw in the Palace Games scene. I imagined him as it could be Karalt's father. But no. I wanted a character who is Karalt's father and could look like this guy over her
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    • 702085 wrote:
      Still, that's great. But we can't have too many, many voice actors in Brave 2. Because then, the Pixar studio could be crawling and filled with voice actors

      Sorry, just suggesting. Take it with a grain of salt.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      4EE3C3BA

      This guy is from the Palace Games scene in Brave.

      Now. I was watching Brave about a week ago and I found this guy who was doing the hammer throw in the Palace Games scene. I imagined him as it could be Karalt's father. But no. I wanted a character who is Karalt's father and could look like this guy over her

      Could be, up to you.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Still, that's great. But we can't have too many, many voice actors in Brave 2. Because then, the Pixar studio could be crawling and filled with voice actors

      Sorry, just suggesting. Take it with a grain of salt.

      Ok. No problem

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      4EE3C3BA

      This guy is from the Palace Games scene in Brave.

      Now. I was watching Brave about a week ago and I found this guy who was doing the hammer throw in the Palace Games scene. I imagined him as it could be Karalt's father. But no. I wanted a character who is Karalt's father and could look like this guy over her

      Could be, up to you.

      Huh? What do you mean by that?

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Still, that's great. But we can't have too many, many voice actors in Brave 2. Because then, the Pixar studio could be crawling and filled with voice actors
      Sorry, just suggesting. Take it with a grain of salt.
      Ok. No problem

      Allright.

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      4EE3C3BA

      This guy is from the Palace Games scene in Brave.

      Now. I was watching Brave about a week ago and I found this guy who was doing the hammer throw in the Palace Games scene. I imagined him as it could be Karalt's father. But no. I wanted a character who is Karalt's father and could look like this guy over her
      Could be, up to you.
      Huh? What do you mean by that?

      That bloke could be the character you were talking about, Karalt's dad, is it?

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    • Well yeah, I mean.. That's how I want Karalt's dad to look like in the sequel

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Well yeah, I mean.. That's how I want Karalt's dad to look like in the sequel

      Yeah, it could be.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      Well yeah, I mean.. That's how I want Karalt's dad to look like in the sequel
      Yeah, it could be.

      Yeah. I also added more to him. His name is Hershtan. He had been Mor'du's best friend when he was a human, (and still as a demon bear) but when Hershtan realized that Mor'du was the one who killed his wife, Nayora, he immediatley turned against him and was very furious at the demon bear. WIth all his might, Hershtan tried to defeat his former friend, but it was no use, Mor'du was still as strong as he was in the first movie.

      Karalt and the rest of the werebear family had also turned against Mor'du for the murder of Nayora and tried to defeat him too, but still no luck. But somehow, ONLY Karalt was worthy against him

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    • 702085 wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      Well yeah, I mean.. That's how I want Karalt's dad to look like in the sequel
      Yeah, it could be.
      Yeah. I also added more to him. His name is Hershtan. He had been Mor'du's best friend when he was a human, (and still as a demon bear) but when Hershtan realized that Mor'du was the one who killed his wife, Nayora, he immediatley turned against him and was very furious at the demon bear. WIth all his might, Hershtan tried to defeat his former friend, but it was no use, Mor'du was still as strong as he was in the first movie.

      Karalt and the rest of the werebear family had also turned against Mor'du for the murder of Nayora and tried to defeat him too, but still no luck. For some reason, ONLY Karalt was worthy against him

      Interesting idea, and clever use of that dead mother cliche.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      Well yeah, I mean.. That's how I want Karalt's dad to look like in the sequel
      Yeah, it could be.
      Yeah. I also added more to him. His name is Hershtan. He had been Mor'du's best friend when he was a human, (and still as a demon bear) but when Hershtan realized that Mor'du was the one who killed his wife, Nayora, he immediatley turned against him and was very furious at the demon bear. WIth all his might, Hershtan tried to defeat his former friend, but it was no use, Mor'du was still as strong as he was in the first movie.

      Karalt and the rest of the werebear family had also turned against Mor'du for the murder of Nayora and tried to defeat him too, but still no luck. For some reason, ONLY Karalt was worthy against him

      Interesting idea, and clever use of that dead mother cliche.

      Thanks. And in the final battle, Karalt had furiously battled the demon bear determined to avenge the death of his mother and to protect his family from him. Mor'du and Karalt struggled like a bunch of wild dogs until Karalt was lashed out all around, but he wasn't willing to let his wounds stop him. He held out his pain in the whole battle and when Mor'du turned to Merida again, Karalt quickly picked up the pace and charged at Mor'du like a bull, he smashed him, punched him, bit him, clawed him and even pulled his jaw. Soon Mor'du was turning weak and Karalt was winning, still injured.

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    • 702085 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      Well yeah, I mean.. That's how I want Karalt's dad to look like in the sequel
      Yeah, it could be.
      Yeah. I also added more to him. His name is Hershtan. He had been Mor'du's best friend when he was a human, (and still as a demon bear) but when Hershtan realized that Mor'du was the one who killed his wife, Nayora, he immediatley turned against him and was very furious at the demon bear. WIth all his might, Hershtan tried to defeat his former friend, but it was no use, Mor'du was still as strong as he was in the first movie.

      Karalt and the rest of the werebear family had also turned against Mor'du for the murder of Nayora and tried to defeat him too, but still no luck. For some reason, ONLY Karalt was worthy against him

      Interesting idea, and clever use of that dead mother cliche.
      Thanks. And in the final battle, Karalt had furiously battled the demon bear determined to avenge the death of his mother and to protect his family from him. Mor'du and Karalt struggled like a bunch of wild dogs until Karalt was lashed out all around, but he wasn't willing to let his wounds stop him. He held out his pain in the whole battle and when Mor'du turned to Merida again, Karalt quickly picked up the pace and charged at Mor'du like a bull, he smashed him, punched him, bit him, clawed him and even pulled his jaw. Soon Mor'du was turning weak and Karalt was winning, still injured.

      Wait, now that I think about it, how would Mor'du come back to life?

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    • Maybe by the power of the cursed waystones that Mor'du had corrupted in the movie's video game and Karalt and the werebears used them to bring back Mor'du, only to find out that in the end (at the final battle when he revealed the truth about who killed Nayora) it turned out to be a huge terrible mistake.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Maybe by the power of the cursed waystones that Mor'du had corrupted in the movie's video game and Karalt and the werebears used them to bring back Mor'du, only to find out that in the end (at the final battle when he revealed the truth about who killed Nayora) it turned out to be a huge terrible mistake.

      Oooo, that might be a good twist. I actually have a DVD copy of the film and the video game!

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    • Great! that's even better

      So, as both Karalt and Mor'du panted due to the lot of fighting they had, a rumble shook the valley and emerging from the sea below, was the Loch Ness Monster. (the final battle was at forest field in a valley at night and nearby stood a cliff in which stood an enormous lake). The Loch Ness Monster charged its way to the field. That gave Karalt an idea. He could use the monster to finish off Mor'du once and for all. With Mor'du's eyes locked on his nephew, he had forgotten to realize that the monster, was right behind him. So Karalt gave the evil bear a swift kick that made him tumble backwards and made him fly towards the monster. The beast chomped an entire foothold in where Mor'du was standing and gobbled him up, shredding him along with the platform foothold to pieces in the process of eating the demon bear. Then, it went back to the water, sparing the heroes's lives. (Merida, Karalt, Ronde and the wild animals had encountered the monster before and it was trying to eat them but they got away safely from it. Much like what happened in A Bug's Life).

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    • But after the battle, Karalt was still badly injured. Due to having been holding the pain from the claw gashes Mor'du had lashed out at him and blood drops dripping down, he collapsed to the ground and was dying. Before he collapsed, he turned to his friends and then to Merida, smiling and then fell. Merida rushed towards him, tears streaming down her cheeks. Karalt was dying in Merida's arms. Everyone, Ronde and especially the werebear family had cried. Karalt weakly apologized to Merida for setting her up and for his and his family's crime for the attempted murder on her. He also apologized to Ronde too for their great hatred and rivalry. He also told Merida, that no matter where he will be, he will always be with her. Then he died. Merida sobbed bitterly on Karalt's chest and saying "I'm here for you. I'll always be here for you." But as everyone mourned Karalt's death, the Will-O the Wisps appeared and surrounded Karalt's body. King Fergus and Queen Elinor saw them. Nayora's spirit emerged from the Wisps and went over to Karalt, knowing that her son really was a hero, she decided to bring his life back and let him be with Merida. Also, Mor'du's human form in Wisp form also revived his nephew.

      After the two healed the young man, and as Merida still cried bitterly until she caught a glimpse of the wisps and saw what they were doing. Her tears were still streaming down her cheeks. After the resurrection. Karalt slowly opened his eyes and touched Merida's hand, saying her name. Until he said it loudly "Merida!" "Karalt! You're alive" Merida wept for joy! They hugged each other tightly. Everyone looked up and were overjoyed. Ecxept for Ronde. He had left the valley and into a nearby edge of a lake to get a cry. Ronde's wife and Lonnie, one of his three bear cubs, came to tell him about the wonderful news. Ronde could hardly believe his ears, so he followed them into the valley and when he saw Karalt alive, he happily rushed over to him and hugged him

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    • Everyone had a long moment of cheering. After everyone calmed down, Karalt and Merida now had moment together. They slowly leaned over each other and gave their first kiss. As they kissed, the Will O the Wisps whirled around creating wind and a large beam of blue wind filled the forests and valleys. They were all restored (because back when Karalt and Mor'du were fighting, they almost destroyed everything and there was fire and smoke almost everywhere)

      So their kiss made the Wisps proudly restore everything that had been damaged. Ronde, gave a loud proud roar, as everything began to be fixed again. The other wild animals also joined in the roar

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    • And there is an awesome ending to the movie but I don't know what to put. So that's it for what I can come up with for now. I just hope that Pixar will ever accept it. Since some of this plot does make sense. I know that they are looking for the right story, but this should help. Also if the Loch Ness Monster appears in Brave 2, it should be just a hungry predator who only wants food. And also if Mor'du comes back for the sequel, he should have a major role in it and have the creatures of the waystones that he corrupted in the video game, should be his minions. Karalt and the werebears won't count in the end, because of what the demon bear did. He killed Karalt's mother and lied to the werebears, saying that it was Merida who killed her

      So I hope that they can take this.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Now. I have voice actors, who could voice the wild animals and most of them are Scottish but there are only two Irish voice actors, one English and three American child actors. (I don't know a single Scottish child actor)

      1. Liam Neeson as Rondenork the bear (or Ronde for short)

      2. Tracey Ullman as Hachel the bear

      3. Robert Carlyle as Chaster the wolf

      4. Noah Johnston, CJ Adams and Jade Pettyjohn as Lonnie, Ril and Jillie, the adorable bear cubs.

      5. Alan Cumming as Jock the hare

      6. Peter Capaldi as Lug the ox

      7. Gerard Butler as Baron the crocodile

      8. Iain Glen as Alamo the mountain lion

      9. John Hannah as Zeeye the falcon

      10. Victoria Smurfit as Ardiss the rattlesnake

      11. David O'Hara and Laura Fraser as Zoc and Fiha the red deer couple

      12. Angus Macfayden as Chuger the wild boar

      Now, I'm going to write a second list of OC's for the movie and this time it will be about the werebears and including their possible voice actors. They ironically have the names "Sir" and "Dame" because they call themselves knights of the forest when they are from no royalty and they are not from any kingdom. They are actually evil bears on the inside, and almost act like animals and live on a small village. They are also on a wild mission to hunt down Merida and kill her.  I may have mentioned some of them voice actors already but I'll write them again if anyone forgets.

      1. Elijah Wood as Sir Karalt, (later Prince when he decided to live with Merida in the kingdom of DunBroch, but NOT married)

      2. Simon Russell Beale as General Herstan, Karalt's father who is Mor'du's former friend and servant who also wants to have Merida killed.

      3. Dakota Blue Richards as Dame Lormiah, Karalt's younger sister who has a burning desire to kill Merida for supposdly killing her mother, Nayora

      4. Keira Knightley as Dame Jenna, Karalt's older sister who also wants to have Merida killed too at first, but eventually is on Karalt's side to protect Merida from her own family and Mor'du.

      5. Iain De Caestecker as Sir Jermaro, Karalt's cousin who is the muscle of the teenagers but is kind of dumb idiotic fellow who sometimes gets fooled so easily. He also likes to laugh hysterically.

      6. John Bell as Sir Panthan, Karalt's other cousin who likes to gossip and has a passion for life-risking game challenges.

      7. Mille Innes as Dame Olga, Karalt's female cousin and Jermaro's younger sister who is much smarter than her brother, she is also the brains of the group at the age of 12.

      8. Brenda Chapman as Lady Nayora, his mother who was killed by Mor'du, years ago because he wanted to take control of her powers to be even more powerful and due to him corrupting the waystones with her powers, it made the family turn into the werebears they are.

      9. the parents of Panthan, Jermaro and Olga may be minor but they have additional voices

      10. Other werebears who had come from the waystones to hunt down Merida and destroy the kingdom of DunBroch. They were eventually destroyed when Mor'du was defeated.

      11. The Waystone creatures and their four giant monstrous Guardians from the Brave video game.

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    • Now a plot piece. After years passed and when Karalt, his sisters and his cousins grew up to be teenagers, Mor'du lied to everyone that Nayora was killed by Merida. So he sent the teenagers after her and bring her to Mor'du, dead or alive but he counted on Karalt as the leader, but eventually during his adventures with her, Karalt and Merida were starting to fall in love and he started to realize that she isn't the killer. Lormiah however, still thought that Merida was the killer and  took matters into her own hands (well, when Karalt wasn't around, she always took charge) but when Karalt betrayed them all, she took his whole leadership. When Lormiah and the other werebears met Merida for the first time, they began to accuse her for the death of Nayora, then they bullied her and finally beat her up with all their strenght! But luckily, Karalt stopped them all. He almost killed Lormiah out of rage, until Merida stopped him. She knew that killing his own sister was very wrong and it will just make it worse. So he made them go away.

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    • Disney4Disney wrote:
      Whatever happens in that sequel (If they do make it) I just REALLY, REALLY, REALLYOh, just REALLY  Hope Merida does NOT GET A LOVE INTEREST! IT PRACTICALLY RUINS THE WHOLE MOVIE! Look, throughout the whole film Merida has been trying real hard to AVOID marriage! Okay think of it this way, throughout the whole film Ariel has been trying real hard to be with Eric just the way Merida has been trying to avoid marriage and Pixar making a sequel where Merida gets a love interest would be EXACTLY LIKE Disney making another TLM sequel where Ariel divorces Eric/or Eric dies I just really hope Merida doesn't get a love interest!

      Are you serious? Merida falling in love does not "ruin her movie". She was not "avoiding marriage". She wanted to choose when and with whom she fell in love, not have it be chosen for her. She even outright says in the movie that just because she doesn't want that now deosn't mean she never will. So sit down.

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    • I can imagine Merida getting a love interest in the sequel. In the movie, Merida wasn't ready for marriage; she wanted to meet someone on her own, and in her own time and way. She even said it more than once 'I'm not ready!'. I think if they would ever want to do a sequel, it would be one of the obvious plots for the movie to finally show the time when "she is ready". And it could be possibly a development plot for Merida, especially if they would do a time jump. I think it would be also nice to focus on Merida's relationship with her father or brothers, instead of mother.

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    • Brzoskwinia wrote:
      I can imagine Merida getting a love interest in the sequel. In the movie, Merida wasn't ready for marriage; she wanted to meet someone on her own, and in her own time and way. She even said it more than once 'I'm not ready!'. I think if they would ever want to do a sequel, it would be one of the obvious plots for the movie to finally show the time when "she is ready". And it could be possibly a development plot for Merida, especially if they would do a time jump. I think it would be also nice to focus on Merida's relationship with her father or brothers, instead of mother.

      See, I just really want them to go through with the original plan and have Merida end up with Young MacGuffin. So I could see it be a time jump of maybe 5 years or so (Merida would then be 21), and it could be a meeting between the allied clans. And then she sees Young MacGuffin, who's slimmed down, grown up and gotten more confident (but still as sweet as a lamb), and then somehow they're forced into an adventure and fall in love.

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:

      Brzoskwinia wrote:
      I can imagine Merida getting a love interest in the sequel. In the movie, Merida wasn't ready for marriage; she wanted to meet someone on her own, and in her own time and way. She even said it more than once 'I'm not ready!'. I think if they would ever want to do a sequel, it would be one of the obvious plots for the movie to finally show the time when "she is ready". And it could be possibly a development plot for Merida, especially if they would do a time jump. I think it would be also nice to focus on Merida's relationship with her father or brothers, instead of mother.

      See, I just really want them to go through with the original plan and have Merida end up with Young MacGuffin. So I could see it be a time jump of maybe 5 years or so (Merida would then be 21), and it could be a meeting between the allied clans. And then she sees Young MacGuffin, who's slimmed down, grown up and gotten more confident (but still as sweet as a lamb), and then somehow they're forced into an adventure and fall in love.

      I doubt that Young MacGuffin and Merida can be a couple. Even if it was an original draft made by Pixar. I think he is just fit to be a sidekick or a friend along with Young Macintosh and Wee Dingwall. I think Merida's love interest should be unique without any suitor companion or anyone. I think he should be someone who was out there and lives in the middle of the forest in a small village who has a lot to do with bears and can even talk to them

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:

      Disney4Disney wrote:
      Whatever happens in that sequel (If they do make it) I just REALLY, REALLY, REALLYOh, just REALLY  Hope Merida does NOT GET A LOVE INTEREST! IT PRACTICALLY RUINS THE WHOLE MOVIE! Look, throughout the whole film Merida has been trying real hard to AVOID marriage! Okay think of it this way, throughout the whole film Ariel has been trying real hard to be with Eric just the way Merida has been trying to avoid marriage and Pixar making a sequel where Merida gets a love interest would be EXACTLY LIKE Disney making another TLM sequel where Ariel divorces Eric/or Eric dies I just really hope Merida doesn't get a love interest!

      Are you serious? Merida falling in love does not "ruin her movie". She was not "avoiding marriage". She wanted to choose when and with whom she fell in love, not have it be chosen for her. She even outright says in the movie that just because she doesn't want that now deosn't mean she never will. So sit down.

      I agree completely with you Edward Zachary Sunrose. But I don't really want her to marry. Never. Not Young MacGuffin, not even my original character love interest (Karalt the werebear) or anyone. Even if she will marry in a future but I hope it will never be shown or mentioned. I just want her to date the guy and have awesome adventures, like sharing their hobbies and having quests and even teaching each other things their own talents. Like Merida teaching him how to do archery, riding a horse, and use weapons and Karalt teaching her how to survive in the wild and how to do bear things and how to fight like a bear and counterattack

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    • Brzoskwinia wrote: I can imagine Merida getting a love interest in the sequel. In the movie, Merida wasn't ready for marriage; she wanted to meet someone on her own, and in her own time and way. She even said it more than once 'I'm not ready!'. I think if they would ever want to do a sequel, it would be one of the obvious plots for the movie to finally show the time when "she is ready". And it could be possibly a development plot for Merida, especially if they would do a time jump. I think it would be also nice to focus on Merida's relationship with her father or brothers, instead of mother.

      Oh no. I hope she doesn't marry anyone in the sequel either and I hope that she doesn't grow up like Hiccup and the gang did in the sequel of How to Train Your Dragon. I just want her to date the boyfriend and that the sequel can be set a few months later or a year later after the events of the first movie. Even if it has to be in a distant future but not be shown or mentioned. I'd rather see her as queen, ruling alongside her parents. I know it can be a little weird though but come on. Also I agree on Merida focusing on her relationship with her father and her brothers. I would like to see a few scenes of them.

      And speaking of her Triplet brothers, If they can finally speak, they could possibly be voiced by Jack Bright from the Good Dinosaur who voiced Spot, the little caveboy

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    • Although I adore this movie, I don't think that it's a good idea to make a sequel. I believe this because, in the first movie the send us an incredible message. They'll destroy it if they do a sequel.

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    • Chiplover123 wrote:
      Although I adore this movie, I don't think that it's a good idea to make a sequel. I believe this because, in the first movie the sent us an incredible message. They'll destroy it if they do a sequel.


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    • Chiplover123 wrote:
      Although I adore this movie, I don't think that it's a good idea to make a sequel. I believe this because, in the first movie the send us an incredible message. They'll destroy it if they do a sequel.

      I don't think so. Not if they do something very great and unexpected in the sequel and then leave a message that alligns with the message from the first movie

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    • I think the only storyline Pixar could do for a brave sequel if one ever does appear is show the fans who ends up getting the throne Merida or one of her brothers after their parents either die or resign from being King&Queen.

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    • GirlMeetsWorldFan123 wrote: I think the only storyline Pixar could do for a brave sequel if one ever does appear is show the fans who ends up getting the throne Merida or one of her brothers after their parents either die or resign from being King&Queen.

      Merida still needs to have some other adventures, have a lot of friends, have a love interest and another bear companion replacing Elinor-Bear. The sequel is not going to be just about Merida being Queen.

      Also, if there was a sequel, I hope Brenda Chapman can voice an important female character in it that could be the heart and soul of the movie.

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    • Maybe she could voice Merida's love interest's mother

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    • Also, I have a Pixar theory of my own. What if the Loch Ness Monster who could possibly appear in the sequel, is actually Poppa Henry from the Good Dinosaur, back from the dead? I mean since Brave has magic, anything is possible, right? And from that piece of plot of the sequel of Brave, when Karalt was fighting Mor'du in the big final battle, the Loch Ness Monster could have appeared right behind him and ate the demon bear. It's like if Henry came back to life, but with different looks and and he only roars like a t-rex

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    • That's good to hear! SInce Pixar can make decent seqeuls to their movies, there can be a fifty out of fifty chance this film can be good. 

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    • Yeah. I hope so too. Hey what do you think about the possible plot pieces. It seems like there isn't anyone but me posting about the Brave sequel

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    • I think it's interesting that both Once Upon A Time show, as well new Merida chapter book series hinted at the possible relationship of Merida with Young Macintosh. If there ever will be sequel and they would want to give Merida love interest, I think he would be their choice.

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    • Brzoskwinia wrote:
      I think it's interesting that both Once Upon A Time show, as well new Merida chapter book series hinted at the possible relationship of Merida with Young Macintosh. If there ever will be sequel and they would want to give Merida love interest, I think he would be their choice.

      But you said that Merida wanted to meet someone on her own. Her own time and way. That didn't meant Macintosh because he met her by being presented to her. So I think it's best for her to not be with any of her suitors (they are only friends to her) and meet the guy on her own.

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    • I don't know if anyone knows about this but there's this beautiful song called "Like I'm Alive" from Brave: Songs and Story and is played on the iTunes Store. I believe that it may be a deleted song from the movie Brave or just a new song from the Disney Songs and Story. But either way, I think it's quite beautiful and it might be a romantic song between Merida and her love interest

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    • So I haven't replied to this thread in a while. Have they confirmed if a sequel was really coming? 

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    • Lovefiction wrote: So I haven't replied to this thread in a while. Have they confirmed if a sequel was really coming? 

      Ughh. Not yet. I'm here waiting for an answer same as you

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    • Like I'm ALive03:31

      Like I'm ALive

      So there it is. Like I'm Alive from the Songs and Story of Brave. I think it is pretty decent, beautiful and could greatly be in the sequel.

      It can even be a love song between Merida and her possible love interest.

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    • I'm absolutely down for a romantic interest in a sequel. I understand that people like having a single Princess and I'm glad the first film went that route, but I don't like this idea floating around that conflates feminism with being anti-romance. We can have great female characters/female-led nuanced stories, AND have a romantic plot. The two aren't mutually exclusive. I think the issue is more that there aren't enough non-romantic Disney Princess stories. Personally, if they do go for that in a sequel, I would hope a romantic interest would be a subplot and not the focus. I'd love to see Merida on an adventure with the three suitors - their clashing personalities would make for a lot of great comedy, and it would be great to see her come to be respected by her future allies as a ruler in her own right. Plus I'd just love to see a paralleling of Fergus's relationship with the clan Lords against Merida's developing relationship with her old suitors.


      As for romance, I'm 100% down for Merida x Young MacGuffin. Each to their own of course, but I disagree with you,702085, I think the fact that he's a minor character makes it all the more interesting and impactful. As the original intended and implied romantic interest, what I loved about Merida's interest in Young MacGuffin was that it was purely from her perspective. She was the one who showed interest in him and I just really love that? Creators even confirmed it was implied in the final film, and the artbook lists the missing Merida/Young MacGuffin scene as "The Epilogue", so I consider it canon - or as canon as it can be. As far as I understood it, it wasn't in the final cut not because it didn't happen in the Brave-verse, but because it wasn't relevant to the story they were telling. To have tacked it on at the end would have shifted focus away from the heart of the story and would really only have been romance for the sake of romance, but in a sequel I think there's room for creating something quite original. Reading some of the comments on Young MacGuffin elsewhere, I find it really depressing that so many people react to the idea negatively because MacGuffin's a larger guy. And I've seen lots of people label him as stupid due to the fact that he's a big lad and sounds incomprehensible to non-Scots (even some of the kids books label this - real lovely message they're sending out there -_-). I'm Scottish, so I love that they included a Doric speaker (also, the dialect is Doric, but a lot of the words Young MacGuffin uses are just old Scots - we speak it in the Lowlands too). So aye, frankly I think he'd make a cracking change to the usual romantic interest and a blow to our crappy expectations and stereotyping.

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