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In the kingdom of Arendelle there once lived a magical princess.
“Do you wanna build a snowman,” she would plead!
The older sister inevitably gave in and the two built an inanimate snowman.
Or so they thought…
Who they named Olaf.
Although he couldn’t tell them, Olaf had a burning desire to reciprocate. For he really did love warm hugs.
But an accident happened when the older sister accidentally let things get out of hand, and Olaf was destroyed.
Years later, when the princess became queen she finally embraced her icy powers.
Then with the flick of her wrist, and a little snow magic, Elsa recreated Olaf on her own.
Olaf didn’t follow Elsa, however, he knew that her younger sister Anna needed his help.
But things got off to a bit of bad start…
Luckily the younger princess quickly remembered Olaf as a friend from her childhood.
Olaf also introduced himself to Sven and Sven, the hairier of whom kept attempting to kiss his nose.
They explained to Olaf that they wanted to find Elsa in order to bring back summer.
He’d always loved the idea of summer, and sun, and all things hot!
But it was a deadly desire. You see, Olaf didn’t realize that the sun would almost certainly cause him to melt.
Or did he? Perhaps Olaf was putting on a song and dance in order to convince the princess that he would be loyal in assisting her in saving Arendelle?
After reassuring the princess, Olaf led the group to the Snow Queen.
His help was invaluable.
And his questions were on thought provoking.
After arriving at the ice castle, Princess Anna made Olaf wait a minute before he could be reunited with Queen Elsa.
But Elsa’s reaction wasn’t what Olaf had expected.
Within seconds the queen ran from the entryway, and while Anna went after Elsa, Olaf decided to let the sisters have their space.
For the first time in forever, Olaf found himself alone in a giant ice castle!
While he was distracted though, Anna was struck by Elsa’s powers.
By the time he reappeared, it was too late…
The queen then created a monster to chase them from her castle.
True to himself, Olaf bravely offered to distract the monster so the others could get to safety.
The snow monster couldn’t be stopped however, and tossed poor Olaf right over the edge of a cliff.
Luckily they landed on powder and no one suffered any serious injuries.
In order to help Anna (who was weaker after being struck by Elsa), Olaf, Anna, and Sven went with Kristoff to meet his “friends.”
But these “love experts” appeared to be plain old rocks.
Yet again, Olaf selflessly offered to create a diversion so that Princess Anna could escape.
Within moments though, the rocks transformed into trolls.
After a short musical number, the group was on the move once again. This time so that Anna could receive a kiss from her true love back in Arendelle.
The group unfortunately got separated as they were rushing through the snow.
Locked door? No problem if you’re got a carrot nose!
Olaf immediately built a fire to warm the princess, learning a valuable lesson along the way.
Princess Anna was worried, knowing that Olaf would melt if he became too warm.
Olaf wouldn’t leave her side though, insisting that he’d melt to save the princess.
While Olaf spoke about the meaning of love it was his actions, not his words that inspired the princess.
For as she looked into the eyes of her longtime friend Anna realized that sacrificing your own own life to save someone else was the ultimate act of true love.
The two left the castle hoping to reunite with Kristoff, but deep down, Anna knew what she had to do…
Taking a cue from Olaf, Anna sacrificed herself in order to save her sister.
Olaf and the rest of the onlookers were saddened thinking they had lost their young princess.
But within seconds Anna began to thaw. Her act of selfless true love broke the spell that had been placed upon her!
These acts of love helped the Snow Queen learn to harness her own powers, and she was able to unfreeze the kingdom.
As a reward for his bravery and selflessness, Elsa gifted Olaf with his own personal flurry.
And they all lived happily ever after.