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Hans Chapter FourEverything had gotten so much better in the time span of only a few months. Hans' brothers were actually teaching him, helping him, accepting him. It was as if the past eighteen years had been a bad dream.
Even the eldest,Theodore, was his main mentor in the human nature classes. He would go through every little step Hans didn't understand.
"What does it mean by 'finding someone's weakness?'"'
Theodore looked over and scanned through the page.
"In order to get the kingdom, you will probably have to manipulate people. Some are easier than others. Ones that show their weaknesses are the easiest. For example, your Elsa will have to open up to show you something that lets her guard down. We don't know what has happened since she was eight, but those closed gates tell me that she won't be very friendly. On the other hand, her sister could melt if anyone tried to talk to her. This is why you should keep your options open."
Hans tapped his fingers nervously. He had already promised himself th
Change - A Hans/Elsa Story - Chapter 3Elsa stayed there until her sister was a speck on the horizon. It took a while, but Olaf finally coaxed her back into the castle. Once inside she excused herself and walked to the stairs, intending to go back to her room and take a much needed nap, but instead she found herself standing in front of Hans’ room.
‘I should just check on him, make sure hes doing ok...’ She reasoned, before giving the door a light tap.
“Hans?” She called out, “I'm coming in.”
Elsa entered the room slowly, taking in her surroundings. On the table by the fire there was the remains of lunch and Elsa noted that she would have to have a maid come clean that up. She then moved cautiously over to the bedroom side of the room, expecting to see Hans, possibly asleep on the bed or reading, only to find it completely empty.
The queen let out a frustrated groan and quickly turned to the window, which was wide open. She rushed over and suck her head out and looked down. She let
Change - A Hans/Elsa Story - Chapter 1It was November, and it was going to snow. I would be the first of the year (if you don't count the fiasco that occurred that summer) and though no one but Elsa was aware of it, she was certain, today was the day.
She always knew when it was going to snow. Ever since she was a child she would wake up and feel it. A heaviness, in her bones and skin, and she would stand outside on one of the palace balconies and wait for the cloud to release their burden. It would be a long process, sometimes she would wait all day, but the moment that first flake fell it made the whole thing worthwhile. She would feel the weight lift from her and be replaced by a light, airy bliss. She would spend the rest of the day with her head in the clouds. Anna would recall that if she did she her sister on these days she seemed so happy, but she never quite knew why.
Though things had changed since she had become Queen, Elsa still awoke before the sun. the same heavy feeling on her skin. She dressed quickly, almo
Change - A Hans/Elsa Story - Chapter 2Lunch was awkward to say the least. Hans didn't show for it and though Elsa herself had invited him she was glad he didn't come. It was going to be hard enough telling Anna about what she had done without her trying to maim him. She hadn't even mustered up the courage to tell her, and was staring at her soup intently.
“Elsa?” The queen looked up to see Anna’s confused face looking at her. Anna had been telling her about how Kristoff was heading up to the mountains tomorrow to meet with the other Ice Harvesters and would be gone all winter, something that Anna was very upset about. Elsa realized she had hardly heard a word of it.
“Yes, what is it?” she asked putting down her spoon and facing her sister.
“Are you ok? You haven’t said anything since we sat down. Did something happen?”
“Because I saw those dignitaries leaving the castle earlier and I thought something might have happened. Did someone die? Is there a
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