Frozen was a lot of fun to run – these
Here are the sheets I made:
One thing you will immediately notice is that the sheets I have made, in distinct contrast to all the sheets Paulo makes us, these ones depict actual heroic characters. Ana is the smallest of them, and even she comes out to  – Multimillionaire, Status 6, Luck 3, Serendipity 2… they don’t come cheap! But heck, watch the movie – I don’t think I was overly generous!
Ana is a bit of a social superhero. With Status 6, Beautiful, and Charisma 3, she’s got a pretty substantial bonus to Reaction Rolls – to an average citizen (male) with Status 0, she gets +13 to all reactions, essentially ensuring a Very Good reaction (at worst!) from anyone who’s not predisposed to dislike her. We can add to this the fact that many of the people she interacts with in the big group in the first episode of the movie work for her, either directly or indirectly! I didn’t give either of the princesses Rank, although I probably should have… just imagine that Arandelle is a more informal monarchy, where everyone obeys the rulers because they’re just naturally more high class than the general populace. Social Engineering: Pulling Rank has expanded rules for the use of Rank to interact with large organizations, but probably isn’t necessary for the monarchs of a kingdom – people ought to generally just obey Ana and Elsa (who has Status 7, Beautiful, and Charisma 1, for +12). But yeah, I should have given Elsa some Rank, certainly, and probably Ana too (although an argument could be made for Courtesy Rank, which gives the titles and social deference, but not the direct authority).
Elsa’s powers all have Uncontrollable – which sometimes randomly triggers powers when you fail Fright Checks. And of course, since I was absolutely punishing Pitr with Fright Checks, that actually happens . She’s also got Modular Abilities (Cosmic Power), which is because I didn’t want to stat up ice powers, and didn’t want to have to argue with Pitr about what he could or couldn’t do. Simple answer: whatever he wants, up to . A hundred points buys you a lot of magic ice power, so we could leave things up to Pitr’s imagination – he made good use of it! That’s why I basically just let him do whatever he wants with the Powers. In a longer campaign I might introduce a character to these sorts of powers with extensive use of penalties for complicated or unusual requests, then reduce those as the player gets used to the play, but part of the fun of a one-shot (three-shot?) is letting the superhero just go crazy with it.
Kristoff, of course, is a survival and mountaineering superhero. Coming in at  CP, he’s quite capable! I don’t think he really got to shine enough in this movie… Carting Ana around everywhere was putting a damper on the heroics. He is actually a luge master, as it turns out in the episode, but that’s not a traditionally heroic activity, I think.
Ana’s cold rolls were not handled quite like they ought to have been. In strong wind (like at the top of the mountain), she ought to have been rolling HT every 10 minutes, with -1 per 10° below 0 °F. Failure costs 1 FP. Instead, I gave Joz escalating HT-roll penalties at a fixed rate, and not really based on temperature… HT-4 rolls implies -40 °F! For reference, the coldest recorded temperature in Norway is apparently -42 °F…
What would you do with a hundred points of cosmic Ice Power, and Status 7? Complain about Disney rules?