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Type: Menu Icon Characters.png Character
From: Frozen.png Frozen
Voiced By: Matt Lowe
House: Anna's Castle
Unlock Quest: Menu Icon Quests.png Lost in the Dark Grove

Kristoff is a character from the 2013 Disney film Frozen and its franchise. He's available to unlock after clearing the path to the Forest of Valor.


Kristoff can be found in the Forest of Valor biome standing near a strange portal. Speak to him and he'll explain Donald Duck travelled inside the portal and they've been separated. Enter inside the portal and you'll find a feather on the ground, go back and show it to Kristoff.

Next, go show Merlin the feather and he'll have you collect some materials for a tracking spell - 2 Emeralds, 1 Plant from the Dark Grove (inside the portal), and 4 Dream Shards. Bring the materials back to Merlin and he'll enchant Donald's feather.

Return with the Enchanted Feather to the portal to re-enter the Dark Grove, you'll see the feather floating in front of you - leading you through the mist. Follow it and you'll eventually find Donald Duck, who gives you the Orb of Courage. A portal will open back to the Valley, pass through it and place the orb back inside the Pillar beside it.

This will summon Donald back to the Valley, and start Friendship with Kristoff, who will now wander the Valley as well.


Main article: Time.
Time Location
Icon Sleeping.png 12:00 AM Unavailable. Sleeping inside his home.
Dreamlight Valley.png 2:00 AM Wandering the Valley or visiting his home.
Icon Eating.png 3:00 AM Chez Remy eating inside the Restaurant.
Dreamlight Valley.png 5:00 AM Wandering the Valley or visiting his home.
Menu Icon Scrooge Store.png 10:00 AM Scrooge's Store browsing clothing and furniture items for sale.
Dreamlight Valley.png 12:00 PM Wandering the Valley or visiting his home.
Icon Eating.png 3:00 PM Chez Remy eating inside the Restaurant.
Dreamlight Valley.png 5:00 PM Wandering the Valley or visiting his home.
Icon Sleeping.png 10:00 PM Unavailable. Sleeping inside his home.

Friendship Rewards

Kristoff will award the following rewards when Friendship levels are reached. Friendship can be leveled up through gifts, quests, conversation, or by hanging out.

Lvl Image Name Type
Friendship 2.png
Cozy Blue Sweater.png
Cozy Blue Sweater Clothing
Friendship 3.png
Sven Motif.png
Design Motif Custom Clothing Motif
Friendship 4.png
Star Coin icon.png 500
Friendship 5.png
Hat Hair.png
Hat Hair Clothing
Friendship 6.png
Tree Motif.png
Design Motif Custom Clothing Motif
Friendship 7.png
Star Coin icon.png 1,000
Friendship 8.png
Norwegian Spruce Tub.png
Norwegian Spruce Tub Furniture
Friendship 9.png
Sven Portrait Motif.png
Design Motif Custom Clothing Motif
Friendship 10.png
Kristoff's Sled.png
Kristoff's Sled[1] Furniture
  1. Rewarded after completing the quest Menu Icon Quests.png A Broken Sled (Friendship 10.png Kristoff Level 10)


Anna's Castle
Main article Anna's Castle

Kristoff's house is a large Arendelle-style castle which he shares with Anna and Olaf.

Kristoff's Stall

Main article Kristoff's Stall

After meeting the required friendship level Kristoff will offer the quest Menu Icon Quests.png Village Project: A Mountain Man's Stall. You'll need to collect the following materials to craft it:

After crafting and unlocking the stall, Kristoff will sell a variety of helpful materials and resources. Goods for sale initially are limited to Softwood, Stone, and Sand. Upon completion of Kristoff's friendship level 10 quest, the stall will be upgraded to hold three more items along the bottom row. These items will rotate and may include: Coal Ore, Fiber, Snowball, Brick, Fabric, Glass, Clay, Dry Wood, Hardwood, Pebbles, Iron Ingot, or Gold Ingot.


Story Quests

Friendship Quests

Daily Discussions

Can I help you?

What do you think's the most romantic way to spend an evening with someone you love?

→  Candlelit dinner.
Kristoff.png Huh? I thought that might be cliché, but maybe clichés are good sometimes?
Kristoff.png Especially when it comes to romance. Thanks, Player. You've given me a lot to think about.
→  Playing charades.

Really? I think that's fun, but I'm not sure I'd call it romantic. Let me know if you have any other ideas.

→  Cuddling by a campfire in the snowy woods.

Really? Because that sounds perfect to me! Thanks for the idea, Player!

Do you need my advice on anything?

I'm hoping you can settle something for me...


What would you think if someone told you they'd gotten engaged to someone they'd just met that day?

→  Terrible idea.

Exactly! The first day you meet someone, they're practically a stranger! Thanks. I was pretty sure I wasn't alone in thinking that.

→   True love!

What?! You can't really get to know someone in just one day.


What if he's secretly plotting to steal your kingdom? What if you hate the way he picks his nose?

→  That's a good point.

It is a good point! Thank you.

→  Doesn't matter. True love.

No. I'm sorry. You can't just say "true love" like it answers all the questions!

→  Ew.

All men do it. Sorry.

Is everything okay?

Is talking about feelings as hard for you as it is for me? Why is that?

→  Because they're important.
Kristoff.png I guess that makes sense. You don't want to mess up something that important.
Kristoff.png And it's easy to get confused about feelings.
→  Because they're scary.
Kristoff.png Wait -- why would feelings be scary? They can't bite you, like wolves. You can't fall off the side of a feeling and die.
Kristoff.png They just sit inside of you, always there, haunting your every waking moment and changing everything.
Kristoff.png ... Yep. You're right. Feelings can be terrifying.
→  Because they're weird.
Kristoff.png You're right, feelings ARE weird. Things were so much simpler when it was just me, Sven and the trolls!
Kristoff.png Simpler... but not as amazing. So I guess feelings are worth it.

How do YOU talk about feelings, Player?

→  Be honest.
Kristoff.png I'm always honest. It's just sometimes the words I use don't end up saying what I really mean.
Kristoff.png Like one time I called Anna crazy for getting engaged to a man she just met.
Kristoff.png That wasn't the right word at all. I should have said "impetuous," or "eager," or "passionate"! Because Anna is all those things, and I love that about her.
→  Be sensitive.
Kristoff.png Yeah, being sensitive isn't really something I learned while climbing mountains and harvesting ice.
Kristoff.png But ever since I met Anna, I've been trying my best.
→  Just ignore your feelings.

Does that work? I don't know if that's a good idea.

Need any help?

Hey, Player. You know Goofy, right?

→  Yeah! We're friends.

[continue to next line]

→  I know him.

[continue to next line]

→   Who?

You know, Goofy. He runs the market Stall in the Meadow?


Of course I know Goofy. I'm just joking around. Why do you ask?


He seems like a nice guy. I'd like to get to know him better. It'd be great to make some more friends around the Village.


Does he have any hobbies I could talk to him about?


Hmmm. Goofy likes...


Fishing, huh? I can work with that.

→  ...talking to people.

Oh... I'm not generally a big talker, but I am a good listener. Maybe that'll work.


Thanks, Player.

Something on your mind?

Player, some people think it's weird that I spend so much time in the woods. Do you?

→  Not at all.

Good to know.

→  Yeah, a bit.

Oh, Hmm...

→  It's okay to be weird.

Thanks... I guess everyone's weird in their own way, right?


The forest is just what I'm used to. It's simple there.


Just me and Sven. The trees. The birds. A guy can really think, ya know?

→  That sounds nice.

It is. It's always worked for me.

→  It's where you grew up, right?

Yeah. The forest and Troll Valley. Guess that's why I feel at home there.

→  Just don't stay alone for too long.

I promise I won't. Don't want to lose touch with everyone I care about. And besides, there aren't a lot of carrots in the forest for Sven.

Something wrong?

Player, you've seen those odd-looking, sharp plants, right?


I think they're called Night Thorns.

→  Believe me, I've seen them.

It seems like they're everywhere.

→  They're kinda hard to miss.

It seems like they're everywhere.

→  I have to deal with them constantly.

Sorry. That doesn't sound like fun.


The trolls believe that everything in nature has a purpose.


Do you think we could make something useful out of them?

→  That would be dangerous. They're magic.

Oh, wow. It is not smart to mess with magic.

→  Like what?

Oh, I don't know... tea? Thorny wreaths? Actually...

→  Maybe if we purified them...

That sounds like magic. Which I try not to mess with.


I'll just leave dealing with the Night Thorns to the magic professionals. Mainly you.

What are you thinking right now?

Reindeer are better than people. Agree or disagree?

→  Yeah. People suck.
Kristoff.png Well, that's kind of harsh. I mean a lot of people aren't great.
Kristoff.png But most of them are okay. And a few are even incredible.
→  People smell better.

Okay, you've got me there. A definite advantage.

→  I like both equally.
Kristoff.png Me too! Well, most people.
Kristoff.png ... But ALL reindeer!
What are you up to today?

So, I was thinking of climbing an icy mountain today.

→  That sounds fun.
Kristoff.png It is fun. And I like the feeling of accomplishment when I get to the top of a tall mountain.
Kristoff.png I can't wait to look down and see the whole Valley in one glance.
→  That sounds dangerous.

It can be, but I've been climbing mountains my whole life.

→  Why?

Why does anyone climb a mountain? To get to the top.


I can't wait to look down and see the whole Valley in one glance.

→  That sounds beautiful.

I'm sure it will be. Sights like that really make you understand your place in the world.

→  I bet you'll enjoy that.

I will. I bet it's gonna be incredible.

→  Don't slip!

Don't worry. I'm an expert. I'll be fine.

You look upset. [while raining]

Ugh. Working in the rain is definitely not my favorite thing.

→  Tell me about it.
Kristoff.png You get wet, which means you're cold. And rain turns everything muddy. And if it gets colder, your wet gear freezes!
Kristoff.png Which is dangerous because frozen gear is hard to use and breaks easily... Did I mention I don't like working in the rain?
→  Isn't snow worse than rain?

No. Snow is much better than rain. Snow you can just shake off. Snow just makes things cold. And I like the cold... When it's dry.

→  Except for working in sleet.

You're right. Sleet is definitely worse than rain.

You seem confused.

Player. Do you think the magic here is strange?

→  Very strange.

Yes! Thank you!

→  I think it's more magical.

Right... because it's magic. But the magical stuff I've seen here is definitely strange.

→  I'm starting to think of it as normal.

Really? Huh. Because the magical stuff I've seen here is definitely strange.


This isn't the kind of magic I'm used to. Some things here just don't make sense to me.

→  Yeah. Me neither.

Phew! I'm glad I'm not the only one who noticed.

→  Is it different from the trolls' magic?

Totally different! They're love experts and never confuse things or make you lose your memory.

→  Is it like Elsa's magic?

No. Elsa's magic is ice and snow. Pretty useful stuff, actually, speaking as an ice expert.