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If you're a fan of both Disney movies and the ASOIAF books (or Game of Thrones, the television show), then no doubt you have entertained where your favorite Disney characters would be placed within George R. R. Martin's world.
Beyond some amazing fan art, both Disney universes and the universe of Game of Thrones offer endless options for world building and imagination.
Snow White: I may be a little bit biased because her name is Snow, but I think Snow White fits in House Stark. She's kind and pure and has a good sense of honor as far as we know. And come on, she'd be awesome saying "Winter is Coming."
Aurora: I think DjeDjehuti made a great choice in putting Aurora as a Lannister, but only because of her gorgeous blonde hair and her tumblr-born sass, though based on her actual character alone I think it would be interesting to put her in House Baratheon (maybe even a royal child who was raised by the Lannisters?).
Cinderella: I can also see Cinderella as a Baratheon, but like a ward of the royal family who finds her time to shine. She is determined and works hard but fits in well with the royal family.
Ariel: Ariel must be in House Tully: she has the beautiful red hair, the house's symbol is a fish, and the words are "family, duty, honor" which almost perfectly reflect Ariel's values at the end of her tale.
Belle: I really want to place Belle in House Tyrell, if only for the rose as a symbol, though I don't think she's anywhere near as devious as Margaery or Olenna Redwyne. Willas Tyrell is a good parallel: Willas is calm, studious, kind-hearted, and educated just like Belle.
Mulan: It's tempting to throw Mulan into House Targaryen (dragons, warriors, etc.) but Mulan doesn't possess the trademark Targaryen madness, and she is completely motivated by "family, duty, honor" so I also want to place her into House Tully. You could probably make a case for House Arryn as well, but they're crazy too.
Jasmine: This is an easy choice: House Martell. Jasmine is headstrong and she is perfectly represented by the motto "unbowed, unbent, unbroken." Plus her fashion choice matches the Dornish weather and Dorne's radical views on women's rights would be right up her alley.
Rapunzel: I'm tempted to put Rapunzel in House Arryn just for the puns on her being kept in a tall tower (as high as honor, am I right?), but I also feel like she would make a great Greyjoy. The Iron Islands are kind of isolated from the rest of Westeros, and Rapunzel's fierceness and courage reminds me of Yara Greyjoy.
Merida: No doubt about it, Merida is a wildling. She's completely skilled with a bow, has a gorgeous accent, and her fiery red hair is reminiscent of Ygritte's. Merida doesn't need a house, because she'll be shooting for her own hand.
Tiana: Tiana heavily reminds me of Missandei, Daenerys' trusted adviser and handmaiden. Both are determined and loyal, with fascinating journeys and emphasized work ethics.
Pocahontas: Pocahontas would fit well in House Tyrell, with the motto "Growing strong." Linked with her surrounding nature, Pocahontas certainly grows strong over the course of her story, fighting for what she believes is right.
Anna: Anna is also, hands-down, a Stark. In fact, she could basically be Sansa (with a bit of a happier journey). She is fairly young and naive at the beginning of her journey, and way too preoccupied with a boy who turns out of be awful, but over a long quest she grows up and becomes a fierce warrior.
Elsa: Elsa is certainly reminiscent of Daenerys, with her strong and stubborn attitude and extremely blonde hair, but putting Elsa anywhere other than House Stark would be to steal from her the excitement of saying, "Winter is coming, and the cold never bothered me anyway."
Keep an eye out for more characters soon!
Kat Shambaugh: photographer, graphic designer, wannabe Disney princess. Literature, Media, and Communications major at the Georgia Institute of Technology.