|King Frederic of Corona|
|Title||Frederic, The King|
|Film||Tangled (2010), Tangled Forever After (2010), Tangled: Before Ever After (2017)|
|Family||Queen Arianna of Corona (Wife), Rapunzel Corona (Daughter), Flynn Rider (Son in-law), Queen Iduna of Arendelle (Sister-in-law in-theory)(Deceased), King Agnarr of Arendelle (Brother-in-law in-theory)(Deceased), Queen Elsa of Arendelle (Niece in-theory), Princess Anna of Arendelle (Niece in-theory)|
There is no specific backstory dedicated to revealing how Frederic rises up to rule the kingdom. Though, it would appear that he is very much liked and supported by the kingdom and the denizens that reside within. Residing over them with his queen, he was greatly devoted to his family and was devastated when Mother Gothel broke into the castle and kidnapped his infant daughter, remaining so for the next eighteen years to the point of being driven to tears. He was joyful when Rapunzel was returned to him and his wife.
In Tangled: Before Ever After and the following series, Frederic's personality is slightly expanded. It appears that Gothel's actions have made him understandably paranoid, likely suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and cracking down on his security forces throughout the kingdom. He made laws, rules, and restrictions that limited Rapunzel's freedom, in hopes of preventing another catastrophe. Despite his firm attitude on the matter, he tries his best to be loving towards his daughter.
Powers and Abilities Edit
Frederic possesses no special or magical abilities, making him a normal, everyday human man.
Role in the CrossoverEdit
Rapunzel is the Queen's daughter, that was taken away from him as a infant. He was the one that gave his daughter her crown, before she was kidnapped.
When Rapunzel returned home and became living her life as a princess, the king became very protective of her, fearing that she may be taken away from him and his wife again.
Flynn is the thief that stole hos lost daughter's crown and later brought the princess back home to them. He later became the King's son-in-law.