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I still continuously see people remarking on Pocahontas "lack of personality." It has been a little 더 많이 uncommon, but just for the other nonbelievers, I decided to write this. I know many will beg to differ, but it's just the way I see it. If 당신 have any reason to disagree, go ahead and leave a comment. I'm up to defend her. XD Okay, I'll quit rambling on and actually start the article.

The Start

We first begin to see Pocahontas' personality in the very beginning. She leaves us with a lasting first impression. We can see how she is connected to nature from the very start. Seeing her jump off the cliff shows Pocahontas' 더 많이 adventurous side. She is playful throughout the scene with Nakoma. That is just the start. Also, Pocahontas is always being playful and having fun with Nakoma.



Inquisitive, Too

Pocahontas has as much as a curious side as any other princess. Most of the time, people overlook this trait. She is is not only desiring to know about the white men, but especially John Smith. The way she speaks to him and messes around with his 헬멧 shows how curious she is.

 "It's a helmet." -John Smith
"It's a helmet." -John Smith


Her Most Noticeable Trait

We all know people remember Pocahontas for her indecisiveness. We see it from the start, from Just Around the Riverbend" to whether she wanted to save John Smith's life. I actually find indecisiveness to be a admirable trait. I know it sounds crazy, but it means 당신 actually take time to think things through. Obviously, there are majorly indecisive people that are even indecisive about what 음식 to eat, but I do not see Pocahontas as that type of person.

 "Should I choose the smoothest course?"
"Should I choose the smoothest course?"


Possibly Pessimistic

Let's be honest, Pocahontas is not always looking on the bright side of things. She is never enthusiastic about having to marry Kocoum, nor does she have a positive outlook on all the possibilities of the marriage. It is a 더 많이 subtle trait, but still.

 "But.. he's so serious."
"But.. he's so serious."


Lust AND Love

Yes, most of Pocahontas and John Smith's relationship was based on lust. Yet though, I still can detect the 사랑 she has for John Smith in her heart. If she really didn't 사랑 him, she most likely wouldn't have left the village when her father forbade her from it. She wouldn't have said John Smith's life if it weren't for 사랑 for not only him, but for her people and the white people. She loved John Smith enough to let him go, so he wouldn't die.

 "I 사랑 him, father!"
"I 사랑 him, father!"


To Be Caring and Determined

This trait is most prominent in "Savages Pt. 2." Her entire part of that song is her showing her care for everyone, that war was not needed, and she was determined to stop it. She also showed her caring side when Thomas killed Kocoum. She had no interest in the man, but she still cared that he was dead.

 "Is there nothing I can do? Still I know I have to try."
"Is there nothing I can do? Still I know I have to try."


Mature, Not Personality-less

Pocahontas becomes 더 많이 mature towards the end of the movie. We are talking about war here. She couldn't be ecstatic 또는 hyper all of the time. She had things to do, like stopping a war, rather than fooling around. We all have to grow up and become 더 많이 mature, and Pocahontas was just becoming an example of that.

 "How loud are the drums of war?"
"How loud are the drums of war?"


These are just the 더 많이 prominent and noticeable traits I see in Pocahontas. I hope 당신 like the article, and sorry for it being so lengthy!
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