|Fairy Tale Land|
|"A real world. How arrogant are you to think yours is the only one? There are infinite more. You have to open your mind. They touch one another, pressing up in a long line of lands, each just as real as the last."|
|Latest :||"The Eighth Witch" (Archival Footage)|
|First :||"In the Name of the Brother"|
|Latest :||"Heart of the Matter"|
Before First Curse
At Poseidon's Boneyard, on the way back to Arendelle, Queen Gerda and the King of Arendelle's ship gets caught up in a storm. Gerda, knowing that they will not make it back to Arendelle, writes a letter for Elsa and Anna about her secret past with her sisters Ingrid and Helga and places the letter in a message bottle. With no hopes of returning home, Gerda and the King holds on to one another as the ship sinks into the ocean. Upon their death, Elsa becomes the Queen of Arendelle.
Five years since their parents death, Queen Elsa and Princess Anna visits their gravesite on the anniversary of their death.
Agrabah is a realm in Fairy Tale Land that is separated from the Enchanted Forest by a desert. It is currently ruled by the Sultan of Agrabah.
- Capital of Agrabah (currently ruled by the Sultan of Agrabah)
- Eastern Province
- Lower Agrabah (formerly ruled by the Sultan of Lower Agrabah)
- Northern Province
Arendelle is a realm in Fairy Tale Land that is separated from Camelot by a few days ride, and from the Enchanted Forest and the Oceanic Realm by sea. It is currently ruled by Queen Elsa.
- Capital of Arendelle (currently ruled by Queen Elsa)
- North Valley
- Northern Isles
- Southern Isles
Camelot is a realm in Fairy Tale Land that is separated from Arendelle and the Enchanted Forest by a few days ride, and from DunBroch and the Oceanic Realm by sea. It is formerly ruled by King Arthur.
- Capital of Camelot (formerly ruled by King Arthur)
- Clan Dingwall (currently ruled by Lord Dingwall)
- Clan DunBroch (currently ruled by Queen Merida)
- Clan Macintosh (currently ruled by Lord Macintosh)
- Clan MacGuffin (currently ruled by Lord MacGuffin)