The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice

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2016
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We need simple and unassuming names.

How about Hansel and Gretel?

We're regular kids, not some legends.

Or even better, how about pirate names?

You can be Cutthroat Carl and I'll be...

Pirates.

Kai, what on earth are you doing?

Sometimes Alfida goes

out skiing in this area.

She knows my signal. With

any luck she'll see us.

Alfida, the pirate girl?

Kai!

So this is what you meant by skiing?

Amazing.

Looks like you lubbers could

use a lift. Climb aboard.

What are you doing here? Did you

finally decide to become pirates?

No way.

Will you take us to Orm's?

Sure. I'm all free now. I'm on my holiday.

Huh?

I'll get you!

Huh?

Yay!

- Orm doesn't feel bored here.

- Luta!

Hi, Orm!

Kai! Gerda! Alfida! My old friends.

Oh!

Load the cannons and fire!

Nice place you've got here.

By thunder, this is a right awesome cabin.

Yeah, well, Grandma became a queen,

and now I have some relatives

I didn't know about before.

I'm off to the mountainside. I want to

paint the landscape in the moonlight.

Buenas tardes.

Hey, didn't anyone

teach you to knock first?

Sorry, Orm, but you've promised

to tell one more legend.

Sure. Come on in.

Meet Gerda, Alfida, and Kai.

Hmm!

Guys, this is Rollan.

Hola, amigos.

Hi.

So you're from Spain?

How did you end up here?

This pirate lady gave me a book that

opened my eyes and changed my life.

I'm fascinated by legends, so I

came here to the land of the legends.

Everyone knows that

trolls are famous for them.

Pirate lady? Oh!

That was my mom.

She told me all about

you, the legend fanatic.

The pirates still laugh about it.

I believe the old saying...

where there's smoke, there's fire.

Legends do exist. They're all around us.

Gerda and Kai are such beautiful names.

Straight from the legend Orm once told me.

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