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This page lists Arendelle characters featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time.

Arendelle CharactersEdit

This section lists characters visiting or residing in Arendelle.

AnnaEdit

Main article: Anna

Anna débuts in the first episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by guest star Elizabeth Lail. Anna is the youngest daughter of Queen Gerda and an unnamed King of Arendelle. Her elder sister is Elsa, whom she shares a close bond with. While set to marry her fiancé, Kristoff, an unexplained mystery about her and Elsa's parents' ill-fated journey to Mist Haven prompts her go there alone. Learning her parents intended to cure Elsa's ice powers, Anna returns home, but she guiltily hides the truth from her sister. ("A Tale of Two Sisters", "The Apprentice", "Breaking Glass")

DukeEdit

Main article: Duke

The Duke of Weselton débuts in the seventh episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by guest star Jonathan Runyon. Attending the King of Arendelle's birthday celebration, the Duke becomes acquainted with one of the royal princesses, Helga. She introduces him to her father and later he shares a dance with her. Later, he aggressively makes advances on Helga's eldest sister, Ingrid, and she flings him away with magic. To conceal his actions from Helga, the Duke accuses Ingrid of harming him after he rejected her feelings. Instead, Helga sides with her sister and calls him out for his lies. Infuriated, he threatens to expose Ingrid's magic to the kingdom. An angered Ingrid blasts him, but he uses Helga as a shield; causing her to turn into a frozen statue. Horrified, Ingrid pleads with him not to tell anyone, but the Duke runs off. After Grand Pabbie erases everyone's memories of Ingrid and Helga, the Duke forgets the entire incident. ("The Snow Queen")

ElsaEdit

Main article: Elsa

Elsa, also known as the Ice Queen, débuts in the twenty-second episode of the third season. She is portrayed by guest star Georgina Haig. Elsa is the eldest daughter of Queen Gerda and an unnamed King of Arendelle. Her younger sister is Anna, whom she shares a close bond with. After their parents' deaths during an ill-fated voyage, Elsa becomes Queen. In a quest to uncover their parents' reason for once travelling to Mist Haven, Anna goes there to investigate while Elsa worries for her absence. Gaining an ally in Anna's fiancé, Kristoff, they thwart Prince Hans' attempt to seize the throne with the help of the Snow Queen, Ingrid, who claims to be Elsa's aunt and Gerda's sister. Ecstatic to have someone with similar powers as her, Elsa happily accepts Ingrid as family. ("A Tale of Two Sisters", "White Out", "Breaking Glass")

GerdaEdit

Main article: Gerda

Queen Gerda, also known as Queen of Arendelle and Regal Woman, débuts in the first episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by guest star Pascale Hutton and co-star Ava Marie Telek. Gerda is the youngest sister born to Queen Sonja[1] and King Harald of the Arendelle royal family. Her elder sisters are Ingrid and Helga. As children, they make a pact to help conceal Ingrid's ice powers from outsiders. At an older age, Ingrid is given gloves by Rumplestiltskin to hide her powers and an urn to trap her if she becomes too dangerous. When Gerda discovers Ingrid accidentally froze and killed Helga, she is unable to accept her elder sister's mistake. After entrapping Ingrid in the urn, she asks Grand Pabbie to use a potion to erase everyone's memories of her sisters. Years later, Gerda ascends the throne and marries. When her eldest daughter, Elsa, inherits ice magic, she and her husband go to Rumplestiltskin in order to find a cure. On their voyage home, the ship sinks, but not before Gerda writes a note to her daughters and places it into a bottle at sea. ("A Tale of Two Sisters", "The Snow Queen")

Grand PabbieEdit

Main article: Grand Pabbie

Grand Pabbie débuts in the first episode of the fourth season. He is voiced by guest star John Rhys-Davies. During the reign of King Harald, the two royal princesses, Ingrid and Helga, disappear. On the request of King Harald's remaining daughter, Gerda, he uses a potion to erase everyone's memories of Ingrid and Helga. Years after, Queen Gerda tells him of her and her husband's intended journey to Mist Haven to find a cure for her daughter Elsa's ice powers. The Queen and King die on the journey home, and five years later, he tells Anna and Elsa about where their parents were headed. Anna approaches Grand Pabbie again to ask about Ingrid where he admits the truth about Gerda's two sisters. ("A Tale of Two Sisters", "Family Business")

HelgaEdit

Main article: Helga

Helga débuts in the seventh episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by guest star Sally Pressman and co-star Bailey Herbert. Helga is the second eldest sister born to Queen Sonja[1] and King Harald of the Arendelle royal family. Her elder sister is Ingrid and her younger sister is Gerda. As children, they make a pact to help conceal Ingrid's ice powers from outsiders. At an older age, Ingrid is given gloves by Rumplestiltskin to hide her powers and an urn to trap her if she becomes too dangerous. During a dispute with the Duke of Weselton, an angry Ingrid attempts to blast him, but he uses Helga as a shield and she takes the hit; turning into a frozen statue. After Helga's body crumbles to pieces, Gerda discovers what happened, and unable to accept Ingrid's mistake, she entraps her in the urn. On Gerda's request, Grand Pabbie uses a potion to erase everyone's memories of Helga and Ingrid. ("The Snow Queen")

IngridEdit

Main article: Ingrid

Ingrid débuts in the second episode of the fourth season. She is portrayed by guest stars Elizabeth Mitchell and Brighton Sharbino. Ingrid is the eldest daughter born to Queen Sonja[1] and King Harald of the Arendelle royal family. Her younger sisters are Helga and Gerda. As children, her sisters make a pact to help conceal Ingrid's ice powers. At an older age, Ingrid is given gloves by Rumplestiltskin to hide her powers and an urn to trap her if she becomes too dangerous. However, she accidentally kills Helga during a dispute with the Duke of Weselton; causing Gerda to trap her in the urn. ("The Snow Queen")

HansEdit

Main article: Hans

Hans débuts in the third episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by guest star Tyler Jacob Moore. Hans conspires to seize Arendelle for himself by entrapping Elsa in an urn. However, when he unseals the urn, a Snow Queen is released from within and freezes him as punishment for calling Elsa a monster. ("Rocky Road")

King ArendelleEdit

The King of Arendelle, also known as Noble Man, débuts in the first episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Oliver Rice. After marrying Gerda, a royal princess of Arendelle, he becomes King as she ascends the throne as Queen. They have two daughters, Elsa and Anna. When Elsa manifests ice powers, they go to Rumplestiltskin in order to find a cure, but on their voyage home, the pair are caught in a violent storm. Before the ship sinks, Gerda writes a note for their daughters and places it into a bottle at sea. ("A Tale of Two Sisters")

King HaraldEdit

King Harald débuts in the seventh episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Greg Webb. King Harald rules over the kingdom of Arendelle. With Queen Sonja,[1] he has three daughters, Ingrid, Helga and Gerda. When Ingrid, the heir to the throne, manifests ice powers in childhood, the sisters make a pact to help conceal them. Thus, he remains unaware anything is amiss as Ingrid and her sisters grow up. During his seventieth birthday, Ingrid is absent while Helga introduces him to her admirer, the Duke of Weselton. After conversing with King Harald, the Duke and Helga share a dance. When Ingrid accidentally kills Helga, Gerda traps her in an urn and has Grand Pabbie erase everyone's memories of her sisters with a potion. ("The Snow Queen")

KristoffEdit

Main article: Kristoff

Kristoff débuts in the first episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by guest star Scott Michael Foster. Kristoff is Anna's fiancé. As their wedding approaches, Anna and Elsa discover their parents were on a secret mission to Mist Haven. Since Elsa refuses to go with her, Anna travels there alone. Kristoff stays behind and helps Elsa to thwart Prince Hans' attempt of seizing the throne. ("A Tale of Two Sisters", "Rocky Road")

OakenEdit

Oaken débuts in the sixth episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by co-star Darcey Johnson. He is the owner of Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna, where Anna frequently stops by, and the place where she meets the traveller Belle from the Enchanted Forest. ("Family Business")

SvenEdit

Main article: Sven

Sven débuts in the first episode of the fourth season. He is portrayed by Jack the reindeer, and voiced by Mark Goldman. Sven is Kristoff's faithful companion, and he is usually stationed in the castle stables. ("A Tale of Two Sisters")

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