Is Elsa a hero or a villain on “Once Upon a Time“? At the moment, our vote is pretty clearly going to be for “misunderstood.” She is a woman who is mostly acting out of a desire to do what is best for her sister Anna, and by that logic, she doesn’t want to hurt anyone.
With that being said, she’s not afraid to be a little dangerous if things are not going her way. That is why, in the sneak peek below, you see her make the crazy move to surround Storybrooke with ice, just to ensure that no one can ever leave. Really, someone should just tell Elsa that she’s wasting her time here, since we’ve already seen what sort of crazy things happen when people do decide to leave. It’s almost on an “Under the Dome” level of insane.
So in the end, Georgina Haig’s character is working to do something that she fees is just: She wants to make sure that her sister is okay, even if she goes to extreme levels sometimes to ensure that this happens. She also does not know where Anna even is, and that is creating part of the anger and frustration. After all, there are still quite a few secrets that are still to be revealed here, especially when it comes to how she became trapped by Rumpelstiltskin in the first place.
This episode, entitled “White Out,” will show us Anna back in the Enchanted Forest, and a little bit of how she was at one point friends with a younger Prince Charming. Meanwhile, in the present Elsa’s actions could end up endangering one of our series’ heroes in Emma Swan.
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