Final Score: 26/40
Smarts: Rapunzel rashly makes a deal with Flynn to take her to see the lanterns. Flynn is a stranger to her at this point. There's no reason for her to trust him. Though a certain naivete must be expected in a girl so long kept away from society, was she not warned by Mother Gothel to be wary of strangers?
Bravery: Rapunzel bravely confronts Mother Gothel and declares that she will never let her use her hair again. Afterwards, she is willing to sacrifice her freedom to heal Eugene.
Determination: Her determination to see the floating lights up close is so strong that she leaves her tower at last, against Mother Gothel's instructions.
Spirit of adventure: When Rapunzel's finally at liberty to explore the real world, her hunger for adventure increases so that it prevails over her fears.