4 Works in Disney and NonDisney Prompts
We Got Married?! ⚠ by Otherwise_Uncolonized for how_i_became_the_sea, butterflydreaming (chrysalisdreams), thesnowqueen, asingha19, punkrockoctavia, WintermoonQueen
Fandoms: Frozen (2013), Tangled (2010), Brave (2012), Rise of the Guardians (2012), How to Train Your Dragon (Movies), 우리 결혼했어요 | We Got Married, Disney - All Media Types, Married at First Sight (TV), Tangled: The Series (Cartoon)
19 May 2018
An unpredictable union between six polar opposites, "We Got Married" is a social experiment that pairs up famous personalities to film what life would be like if these Disney/DreamWorks breakout stars were "fake married."
Fandoms: Tangled (2010), Frozen (2013)
01 Dec 2017
"Pregnancy complications compromised her last expectancy to a degree in correspondence with her late mother's."
Following Rapunzel's childbirth death, Eugene must table a union with Arendelle to resuscitate Corona's economy after the Late Blight.
Arendelle's parliament accepts in exchange for hegemony and a heir.
Queen Elsa accepts to take custody of her cousin's country and family.
Despite discomfort, both relatives must learn to make their marriage endurable.
"I'm counting the minutes just as you are, Eugene..."
- Part 3 of ♕ Union of the Crowns
After pawning off Corona's tiara, Eugene restarts his life as a solitary aristocrat in foreign lands just like he always said he would.
Unfortunately, being rich and alone isn't everything he thought it would be. It's actually pretty lonely.
Tonight, he's attending a Nordic queen's coronation for sketchy purposes of his own, but he's not the only serpent in the grass.
What happens when two snakes lunge for the same mouse?
Fandoms: Frozen (2013), Tangled (2010), Sneedronningen | The Snow Queen - Hans Christian Andersen, The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), The Princess and the Frog (2009), Disney - All Media Types
08 Oct 2016
("Ternion" in Eugene's POV)
After his "Rapunzel" musical fizzled out of theaters, he went looking for an actress to fill the icicle heels of his "Snow Queen" for an Off-Broadway comeback. What he wasn't looking for was an off-stage love triangle to turn his married life upside down.
Being able to love two different people to the same degree was definitely against what was socially acceptable, but anthropologically, it probably made more sense.
- Part 3 of Ternion [유웃유]