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What is it about Elsa from frozen that makes her qualified as an actual hero?

Keep in mind that the test of heroism is to do what ever tu can even if tu don't have anything special.
Anna went after her sister to restore their kingdom,she fended off against wolfs,she was worrying about her kingdom after Elsa threw them out,she sacrificed herself for Elsa after seeing Hans wanting to strike her down and even gives Kristoff a new sled and saves Elsa...again.
My problem is that Elsa doesn't do much in this story and every scene with her painted her in not a nice way.
I mean yes she wanted to protect Anna and her subjects even to the point of living in a castillo far away where there's no way to live and even prepared a birthday party for Anna for weeks but...have tu heard of the phrase "Show don't tell". Why couldn't they have shown her progression instead of talking about it.It would have made her character arc much más interesting and emotional if they showed más of her.So with all of her dumb decisions,as unintentionally selfish as they are make her look like a rude person.
I just want to ask tu what is it about Elsa that makes her worthy to be called an actual hero compared to what Anna has accomplished?
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Eleni4ever said:
tu are right. Elsa is never portrayed in a nice, lovable way. For some reason the animators ended up making her look like a scaredy-cat that runs away from her problems and doesn't do anything. Even in frozen Fever (worst short ever) Elsa ends up looking like a ridiculous goof because of her fever (which kills me 'cause she is my favorito! character). At the end of the movie, she does find a way to melt all of the snow and somehow get a grasp on her powers.
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