The look of their gear this time, though inspired by the colors and style of their iconic "Frozen" looks, seems far more streamlined and utilitarian for their rugged journey. Elsa, in particular, dons a few looks in the trailer, a bodysuit to swim in, a simplified blue dress (that might actually have pants under it) and an easy-to-practice-freezing-in burgundy gown.
KRISTOFF GETS TO USE HIS NEW SLED
We get a glimpse of Arendelle Ice Master Kristoff steering the new ride Anna gifted him at the end of "Frozen." His passengers this time include Anna, Elsa and their animated snowman Olaf as the reindeer Sven carries them past the North Mountain.
ANNA IS TASKED WITH PROTECTING HER SISTER
"We have always feared Elsa's powers were too much for this world. Now we must hope they are enough," Grand Pabbie says, as the team enters an enveloping fog at a Stonehenge-like locale.
"I won't let anything happen to her," the ever-determined Anna says. The self-sacrificing younger sister appears poised to show off her grit -- and love for her sister -- yet again.
Alas, we don't learn whom she attacked at the end of the February teaser.
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