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She was sweating madly now as she could feel Phoenix’s presence and kept on running; she and her family had started about 3 weeks ago, but they still were not that close to Arendelle, to their home…
They were descendants of the Snow Queen Elsa who was dead for centuries. Elsa was lucky, she thought, she did not have to face the Phoenix who was born years later when her great-grandmother had tried to make a potion to restore their family’s magic which had faded away when Elsa had died; now their family had no powers, they could no longer ride on ice-ponies or play with snowmen. It was all over, but her parents firmly believed the prophecy of Grand Pabbie; when the time was ripe, the ice and snow would accept her as their overlord, but she had not shared her parents’ faith, that was until the snow started melting in the Enchanted Forest. Even though her father was the crown-prince of Arendelle, he had given up the throne to marry her mother whose parents refused to let her out of the Enchanted Forest. Now her young but cunning uncle ruled the kingdom.

When the messenger had arrived at their doorstep with news that the Phoenix was on the move, they had started the long journey to their homeland, on foot as their horses had run off when the temperature started to increase. All they could do now was to go onward…

When they reached the palace, her uncle escorted them to the grand vault which was probably the safest place in the kingdom as once it was locked, it could not be opened with any amount of force than with the key. And so, the waiting began, but before long, the fiery monster arrived at their door and he started to spit fire, but the door just stood there, unmoving; he could not even slightly dent it, not even after 2 hours’ worth of tries. But, as the time passed, it began to get very hot inside the vault, it started to burn like hell! And her parents looked expectantly at their daughter to summon the cold, like her role model Princess Annas’ sister, but all she could do was cough like the rest of them; she knew that her frail body could not endure this any longer and she felt as if she was about to burst and a cool sensation passed through her body and she understood. She took the big key from her uncle and calmly went to the door and opened it; when she looked back at her family, she could see that they were proud of her and then she looked at the beast, like an old comrade; his eyes were burning with anger and she let herself go…

Lia woke up with a jump; she was feeling very cold and saw that her sister Luciya was holding a bucket in her hand. Oh, she thought. “Happy Birthday Liachie”, sang the mischievous Luchie as she tried to hide the bucket; Lia wanted to give her a good beating, but today was after all her birthday, so she pushed that thought away… well at least for now! Then she gave Luchie a warm hug (she too likes Olaf loves warm hugs!) …

Later when they sat down for breakfast, Luchie told her big sister who was 12 today, that the hotness she felt was because the AC was not working, and it was another idea of Luchie, like the ice-bucket, to cover her sister in thick blankets…

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