Elsa: "Issue the first: Not excecuting a lying, mass-murdering very active menace to my people when you had the oppertunity."
(in case this is one of those things where the concept is obvious to me but only because the idea came out of my head, the idea for this comic is that Elsa was the rightful ruler of the Enchanted Forest, but she was kinapped at some point and presumed dead and replaced by the next in line... but since she's not actually dead the throne is still technically hers.)
The point in time when I've been most dissappointed in Snow is probably the time when she let Regina go instead of letting her be excecuted. The woman wasn't even trying to express so much as fake regret for anything she'd done (not that it would have mattered if she had. The apologies and begging for forgiveness of someone on death row that had to be dragged into facing the punishment their crimes aren't worth much imo) and stated that she only wished she could do MORE damage. And then Snow promptly lets her go, even though she knows the spells keeping her from using her magic were temporary. I wonder why any of the Enchanted Foresters still listen to anything Snow has to say (at least concerning Regina)... especially after Gigi promptly went about casting the Curse.