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The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is the royal library located in [[Arendelle Castle]]. Besides the books that the room contains, a portrait of the late [[King of Arendelle]] is hung there.
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==Appearance==
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The '''library''' is a room located in [[Arendelle castle]] that contains a collection of books.
   
The library is a spacious room inside the castle, with natural light coming from the window that overlooks the gates, lighting the room. The walls are lined with tall bookcases and a table with a few decorations on top of it. Above the table is a portrait of the [[King of Arendelle]], who is holding the orb and scepter at his coronation. There is also a grandfather clock in the room.
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== History ==
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The knowledge contained in the library proved useful during [[Agnarr]]'s reign; following an incident in which [[Anna]] was injured by [[Elsa]]'s magic, Agnarr searched through the library shelves and found a book containing a map that provided directions to the [[Valley of the Living Rock]], where he hoped Anna could be healed. Though Anna was restored to health, the accident led to her being [[Isolation of Arendelle castle|separated]] from Elsa. During the thirteen year period of separation, Anna went to the library to help [[Do You Want to Build a Snowman?|pass the time]].
   
In the middle of the room, there is a maroon red carpet, bordered with black. A few chairs are on the carpet as well as a small sofa. A chess board with it's pieces is lying on the table on the carpet.
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On the day of [[Elsa's coronation]], the library was a place of solitude for the soon-to-be-queen; while she practiced concealing her powers for the ceremony, Elsa looked to a portrait of her father during at his own coronation in an attempt to ease her anxiety.
   
==History==
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However, the library was not always a place of such solace; during [[Elsa's winter]], [[Hans Westergaard|Hans]] trapped Anna inside the room leaving her to freeze to death. Though [[Olaf]] managed to find Anna and kept her warm by starting a fire, the room was slowly overtaken by ice forming from Elsa's magic, which threatened to trap the pair within.
   
The library was first shown in the song sequence, "[[Do You Want to Build a Snowman?]]". A nine year-old [[Anna]] sang the lines, ''"just watching the hours tick by! Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock, tick tock"'' here while lying on her back in front of the grandfather clock in the room.
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== Description ==
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The library is a spacious room lit by natural light coming from a window that overlooks the [[courtyard]]. The window has maroon curtains a bench seat underneath it. The room contains tall bookcases lining the walls, as well as a table with a few ornaments, most notably a candlestick and a clock. Above the table is a portrait depicting Agnarr holding the [[orb and scepter]] at his coronation. Across from the painting is a triangular stain-glass window and a table with a model ship placed upon it. There is also a grandfather clock in the room with a broad snowflake carving in the center of its pendulum.
   
Later, during "[[For the First Time in Forever]]," [[Elsa]] practices holding the orb and scepter, using a candlestick and a jewelry box as a replacement. After holding the items for a few seconds, ice begins to spread on the them, and she puts the objects back on the table. While she practices, a portrait of her father is hung behind her, imitating Elsa's position.
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In the center of the room, there is a maroon-red carpet with a black border. A few chairs are on the carpet, as well as a small sofa and a table with a chess set. There is also a teal vase with purple flowers on one of the tables next to one of the chairs. The library also has a heat source in the form of a fireplace, along with the materials necessary to light and maintain a fire to its side. At the corner near the room's entrance is a table with an armillary sphere resting upon it.
   
The library was last seen when Anna stumbles inside, her body nearly frozen because her sister had frozen her heart. The castle servants leave Anna alone with Hans inside, thinking that Hans' kiss will thaw her heart. Once they are gone though, Hans reveals his true intentions to her, extinguishing the fire in the fireplace and locking her inside the room, leaving her to slowly freeze to her death.
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In the corner is a stone statue of a horse<ref>[[Frozen II: Forest of Shadows]], page 44</ref>, which can be used to access a secret room.<ref>[[Frozen II: Forest of Shadows]], page 49</ref>
   
A few hours later, [[Olaf]] unlocks the room with his carrot nose and finds Anna shivering from the cold. He lights a fire for her, and while they sit next to the fire, he teaches her the true meaning of love. Because ice is starting to spread through the room, Anna and Olaf leave the library, planning to meet up with [[Kristoff]] and [[Sven]], both who are seen racing back to Arendelle.
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== Trivia ==
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* The clock that Anna placed her feet upon was removed from the library at some point during the castle's thirteen year isolation.
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==References==
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Latest revision as of 15:19, May 18, 2020

Library

The library is a room located in Arendelle castle that contains a collection of books.

History Edit

The knowledge contained in the library proved useful during Agnarr's reign; following an incident in which Anna was injured by Elsa's magic, Agnarr searched through the library shelves and found a book containing a map that provided directions to the Valley of the Living Rock, where he hoped Anna could be healed. Though Anna was restored to health, the accident led to her being separated from Elsa. During the thirteen year period of separation, Anna went to the library to help pass the time.

On the day of Elsa's coronation, the library was a place of solitude for the soon-to-be-queen; while she practiced concealing her powers for the ceremony, Elsa looked to a portrait of her father during at his own coronation in an attempt to ease her anxiety.

However, the library was not always a place of such solace; during Elsa's winter, Hans trapped Anna inside the room leaving her to freeze to death. Though Olaf managed to find Anna and kept her warm by starting a fire, the room was slowly overtaken by ice forming from Elsa's magic, which threatened to trap the pair within.

Description Edit

The library is a spacious room lit by natural light coming from a window that overlooks the courtyard. The window has maroon curtains a bench seat underneath it. The room contains tall bookcases lining the walls, as well as a table with a few ornaments, most notably a candlestick and a clock. Above the table is a portrait depicting Agnarr holding the orb and scepter at his coronation. Across from the painting is a triangular stain-glass window and a table with a model ship placed upon it. There is also a grandfather clock in the room with a broad snowflake carving in the center of its pendulum.

In the center of the room, there is a maroon-red carpet with a black border. A few chairs are on the carpet, as well as a small sofa and a table with a chess set. There is also a teal vase with purple flowers on one of the tables next to one of the chairs. The library also has a heat source in the form of a fireplace, along with the materials necessary to light and maintain a fire to its side. At the corner near the room's entrance is a table with an armillary sphere resting upon it.

In the corner is a stone statue of a horse[1], which can be used to access a secret room.[2]

Trivia Edit

  • The clock that Anna placed her feet upon was removed from the library at some point during the castle's thirteen year isolation.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Frozen II: Forest of Shadows, page 44
  2. Frozen II: Forest of Shadows, page 49
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