Build Your Own Disney Storyline and We'll Reveal Your True Love Prince
By: Ian Fortey
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About This Quiz
There's a good reason Disney is as huge a force in the world of entertainment as it is - Disney makes fun, compelling and interesting movies full of characters we love. Unlike some movies that you forget in a year, you can watch a Disney movie that's as old as your grandparents and still get caught up in the story. They're just that good. And while it can be fun to imagine yourself in those magical roles with all of those characters, wouldn't it be better if the story was centered around you? Well, why not make it happen?
Since so many Disney movies involve a princess finding her prince, why not just build your own Disney story right here and now and find out who your prince should be? Answer some questions about the kind of story you'd want to be a part of and we'll pick the perfect Prince Charming (though maybe not the actual Prince Charming, he might be busy) to come and sweep you off your feet? And hey, maybe there will be room for a comedy relief sidekick and a Grammy-award winning musical number in the middle of it all. It's your story, after all. So take the quiz and see what happens!
In your Disney story, what kind of person are you going to be?
Noble but curious for more
When we first meet you, what kind of life will you be living?
A life I don't feel is meant for me
Every Disney story has to include a sidekick or two. What kind of sidekick do you want to have along the way?
Friendly ones I can talk to
Some kind of fuzzy, little friends
Most Disney movies include family dynamics in some way. Will your family be a part of your adventure?
I'll be trying to help my family.
My family won't understand me.
Yes, but not in a good way
Is your story going to involve you going on a journey at all?
I'll be going to save someone.
I'll be going to find my fortune.
Yes, I'll be going to prove myself.
I'll be going to experience something better.
Everyone needs a little animal friend in their life, do you think you'll have an animal friend in your story?
I think a couple will be good
Definitely one, but I can't say how helpful it'll be
Obviously, you're finding your prince at the end, but is that what you're looking for to begin with?
I probably won't be thinking of romance at first.
You have to deal with a villain at some point. What kind of villain will you have?
Something magical and scary
Just like heroes, villains need sidekicks. What kind of sidekick will your villain have?
You need to pick the right location for your story. Where will it take place?
Do you expect that you'll be doing much singing in your story?
As long as I get a good duet
I'll have some powerful songs.
Not that much, I don't think. But some!
Are you going to have any kind of special abilities in your story?
My power is just who I am.
I'm going to be stronger than people realize.
Many characters in Disney need rescuing. Are you hoping a prince comes to save you?
The thought hadn't really crossed my mind.
I don't want someone to find me, I want to find someone.
I do not need rescuing at all.
When the villain shows up for the first time, what do you think should happen?
I'm going to try to ignore them at first.
I'll just know that they're a weasel, even if no one else does.
It's going to look bad for me.
If you want some heightened drama, maybe there can be some kind of betrayal. Will someone betray you?
No, I don't think that's necessary.
Yes, that will be important.
Will your prince be in love with you from the moment he sees you?
He'll love me but I won't care for him at first.
Is there going to be someone standing in the way of you and the prince falling in love?
I think the prince will be in the way at first.
I might be in my own way at first.
How is magic going to affect how your story plays out?
It's going to set the whole story up.
It's going to be the only way to resolve the story.
It won't be that important.
It's going to provide some key help.
Are your sidekicks going to prove themselves useful at saving the day at any point?
Eventually, they'll be of great help.
We won't succeed without their help.
They'll be helpful but not world-changing.
I wouldn't get where I need to be without them.
What will happen to the villain at the end of the story?
People will see what a scoundrel they are.
They will be defeated, but not for good.
The villains will learn their lesson.
When the final battle happens with the villain, will you take them on alone or will others be involved?
I'll be there, but it won't be me fighting.
Mostly me, but with help from a friend
It won't be that kind of confrontation.
After the villain is defeated, what will happen?
My friends and I will be free to do as we like.
Once the story is over, do you think there could be room for a sequel?
It could happen, but it wouldn't be the same.
There's always room for more adventures.
When you're in the worst danger of the entire story, what's going to turn things around?
Who would have the most memorable musical number in the entire story?
Me and someone else in a duet
Will there be any point in the story when you're pretty sure a sidekick has died?
Yes, but it'll turn out OK.
When you and the prince realize you're in love, will it be early or later in the story?
It could take a little while for both of us to get on the same page.
Will your story include an older, wiser person who gives you advice?
It might not be good advice, but sure.
Will any of your sidekick characters have a romantic storyline?
Do you think you'd be able to rescue your prince instead of the other way around?
That's not really the story I'm looking for.
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