Another fun idea that came to mind, we take two princesses see just how much they have in common. I wanted Pocahontas and Rapunzel first because Punz is a pretty good balance of qualities found in the classic, renaissance and revival princesses so it's easy to do this with her. Plus, it's a very common misconception that Poca is just this peaceful spiritual wise soul, and that's only half of her personality. What better way to debunk that than to compare her to the one of the bubbliest princesses
At first glance because Pocahontas looks mature and Rapunzel looks youthful, some would assume they're opposite but they're actually both rather on the playful and childish side. They both enjoy running around, being active and playing games. They're both curious and have a thirst for adventure and knowledge. Pocahontas was very eager to learn lebih about John Smith's "village", while Rapunzel just wants to learn lebih about the world outside her tower.
They're both also rather indecisive and torn between their loyalty to their loved ones and their personal desires, with Rapunzel constantly saat guessing herself about disobeying her mother to see the lights while Pocahontas is conflicted on whether to continue running off to see John Smith atau to stay in the village. Probably the most obvious parallel is dreams of the "spinning arrow" (Poca) and the "floating lights" (Punz), abstract entities they just feel must "mean something". So, like other princesses, they're both dreamy but on a somewhat deeper level.
While both are hesitant to break rules atau disappoint others, Pocahontas is significantly lebih free spirited, she does what she wants and sort of just follows her hati, tengah-tengah and goes with the flow. Rapunzel at least tries to have a bit lebih of a logical game plan when she makes decisions. In this sense, if they were friends, Punz would be Poca's "Nakoma" while Poca would be Punz's "Pascal". However, they both possess a quality of bringing out the best in others, like the settlers and the thugs, as well as their Cinta interests.
As stated before, Pocahontas does have a wise, graceful and mature side to her, she is confident when it comes to certain things like nature, where as Rapunzel is just generally wide eyed and innocent. But overall, they're both playful, philosophical, indecisive, inquisitive, and inspiring to others around them.