01.24.11: Thank you for the publicity. This wouldn't have been possible without you.
#59 - Top Favorited (Today)) - Film & Animation - United Kingdom
#107 - Top Rated (Today)) - Film & Animation - United Kingdom
- - - -
Thank you @XsimplycomplicatedXx for being my source of inspiration. Please watch her video at the link below:
She's worth your time. XD ♥
- - - -
Ariel confronts her ubiquitous father, Hades, "Lord of the Underworld", and asks him about her mysterious uprising, why it was hidden from her, and why she wasn't allowed to have the opportunity to meet her mother, "Esmeralda". Hades disregards the question, but lashes out at his daughter recklessly, demanding that she restrain herself from asking impertinent questions.
Ariel is left to consider her actions twicefold, although she asks for her father to leave her alone at that specific moment; he complies. (00:00-00:40)
Ariel goes to another world, her dream world, where she cannot be pursued nor followed by strangers nor her meticulous father. Upon arrival, Ariel seems content and so, dances her worries away. She soon comes to the realization that a woman playing the tambourine nearby appears to have similar characteristics to that of her mother.
Ariel gleefully points and follows, until a disturbing presence startles both women and makes the tambourine player run straight towards the hills. Minutes later, Ariel discovers that the foreboding presence was, in fact, her father, Hades.
"What's he doing here?"
Ariel wakes up in real-time, but only to discover that her father was summoning a mystical orb from the depths of the netherworld; she continues watching silently.
After coming to grips with the truth about her mother transformed into a goddess, Ariel runs off crying toward the direction from whence she came.
In a foreign realm unbeknownst to the little mermaid, "Eris", formerly known as the black-haired green-eyed beauty, conjures a deceitful yet conniving plan to allure her former lover, Hades, meanwhile Eris takes pleasure in observing Hades's agonizing torment.
Shortly after, the lord of the dead lets hell break loose and provides an adrenaline-rush for the one his daughter daydreams about.
Pocahontas, a longtime friend of Kenai's, feels nature's distress call and seeks after the one she calls her tibik-kìzis. Pocahontas arrives not a moment too soon and cries out after Kenai and the bear, pleading them to make peace. Adrenaline pumps through her veins, making her obey on impulse. Pocahontas rushes towards the two.
A shroud of mystical orbs appear once again, but take form of the goddess Eris, with whom neither of the native americans have come in contact with before. Kenai readies in self-defense meanwhile Eris eyes the vicinity for a particular Hades. She scorns the novice hunter, threatening to bring flood and famine to the land should his actions prove otherwise. Eris then appears before Hades, unleashing a chain of profanity at him for having imprisoned their red-headed daughter.
"HOW DARE YOU!"
Eris slaps Hades into the River Styx* and laughs at his cries to be released. She then comes to Ariel's aid and turns the little mermaid into the specie of human beings to walk alongside the novice hunter and his tribe.