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Okay so I tried to seek others' opinions for this who connect with Merida zaidi than I do. I realized that there are makala on here for the ranking of every princess except for Merida and I didn't think there should be any reason for her to be excluded. I always found these makala to be so neat though so I hope the Merida-fans will appreciate this. I'm completely open to any changes with zaidi input.
12. Aurora: General consensus seems to be that Merida would get along with Aurora the absolute least, most likely for their opposite in characters. Aurora rates duty, grace/manners, love/romance...
The Official Lineup (as of Jul. 2014) + Anna & Elsa
Hi there, and welcome to my 5th article! Last December, I wrote my link on my inayopendelewa Disney Princesses, but I didn't include Anna au Elsa yet because I wanted to wait for them to jiunge the lineup officially. Well, they're still not in the franchise quite yet, but seeing as how plenty of us (including myself) have them in kura za maoni and makala and whatnot, I'll include them anyway. :D My placements will fluctuate, I'm sure, but here's how my orodha stands as of July 2014.
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13. Aurora (Previous Placement: 11th out of 11) Aurora used to...
I've decided to take a little break from The Golden goose, bata bukini and sketch the Disney Princesses. While I'm at it, I might as well make one of these lists. Sorry if my orodha is boring and conventional...
10. Briar Rose
Oh, I'm such a bad girl. I'm a rebel...in my dreams!
Briar Rose is lovely and perfect, but her character isn't aliyopewa any opportunity to shine.
Call me maybe
Cinderella has a lot of energy, character, and kindness, but she's almost too passive. Still, she shows enough fight in her to be a net positive, which inches her up to the number 9 spot.
Pocahontas took a deep breath trying to get her head around who she was looking at. What were the chances that John Smith could be standing right in front of her? “This can’t be real,” She thought. “This has to be a dream. Could it really be him?” John Smith stood on the edge of the small cliff and stared down. The small town that has come to be built on the Native American land was getting bigger. John Smith had come back to make a life in that small town, but everywhere he looked he got...