|Title||Sophie Bennett, Ankle Biter|
|Film||Rise of the Guardians (2012)|
|Family||Mother, Jamie, Abby (dog), Jack Frost's Sister (Ancestor in-theory), Jack Frost (Great Uncle in-theory)|
|Friends||Jack Frost, Nicholas St. North, E. Aster Bunnymund, Toothiana, Sanderson Mansnoozie, Claude, Caleb, Cupcake, Monty, Pippa, Merida DunBroch, Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, Rapunzel Corona|
|Enemies||Pitch Black, Nightmares|
- "Easter Bunny! Hop hop hop!"
- —Sophie Bennett
Sophie Bennett is the younger sister of Jamie Bennett and favored believer to the Easter Bunny. She is only two years old.
AppearanceEditSophie has emerald green eyes and blond hair with bangs cut short at her left eye and gets longer at her right eye. She is seen to wear mint-green pajamas and faux-fairy wings.
PersonalityEditSophie is a very curious young girl. She seems to love everything magical and, like her brother, loves the Guardians as well, and is very fond of Bunnymund and his Easter eggs. Because of her young age, she has an incredibly simplistic speech pattern and displays the viewpoint of a two-year-old. She seems to favor Bunny over the other Guardians.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
As a regular human being, Sophie possesses no remarkable abilities (magical or otherwise). She is however able to see Tooth, Bunny, North and one of North's elves. It is never verified if she could see Jack or the Sandman, but it can be assumed that she does eventually after the events of the film.
Role in the CrossoverEdit
Much like Jamie, Sophie is a source of belief to the Big Four. Though Sophie is used as a side character, she acts as an emotional (and adorable) anchor to Jack and Bunny.
Sophie can be sometimes frightened by Toothless, but when she calms down she is much more friendly to Toothless and loves climbing on him
Merida and Sophie rarely, if ever, interact; Merida often seeing Sophie as a nuisance and a bother, although in occasional instances Merida will treat Sophie like her brothers: with love and patience
Sophie is easily mesmerized by Rapunzel's long hair, and is even more so when it is glowing. Rapunzel likes teaching Sophie how to paint and sometimes cook, although the latter often ends in great disaster.