When I watched the first movie, because of the trolls, I was left with the impression that Elsa's powers were not unique.
When Anna gets hurt, the elder trolls tells them something like people with powers sometimes get along normal folks but sometimes things go bad, and then he shows a magic projection of a magic user being killed by a crowd of angry people. He also know what her powers were and was able to "cure" Anna on a whim, as if he had already done it before.
I thought that ice wizards were a thing that sometimes happened but was usually disliked. So when she revealed her powers and people got scared, I thought that they must have heard tales of evil ice wizards and assumed she was one.
But then, in Frozen 2, we learn that her powers are fucking unique, like fifth spirit bridge between worlds, so it seems that finally, magic is not really a common thing.
But then again, we have the goddamn trolls. They're living rocks and the elder one has literal magic powers. Are they unique creatures in this world?
In Frozen 2, the trolls eventually just come rolling around the peasants and nobody gives a fuck. Did they all know they existed and are not impressed? Though their existence must not have been well known, the king has to like dig into a secret tome in the forbidden part of the royal library just to find an old map showing where they live, they can't be all that well known. It also seems that they live only a couple of minutes away, maybe an hour or two, from the castle on horseback.
And then with all that confusion, we learn of a whole tribe that used to chill with magical spirits for fun? Is that well known in the world in general too?
What about the magic mist? Did nobody give a fuck about it for like 30 years? Do people know about that at all?