Frosbite and Spike Find Home

Vue Fantasy posted on Dec 24, 2010
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When we first met Frostbite three years ago, Mr. Klause presented him with a found egg. These two dragons now being the last two known of their species. But, Mr. Klause was dubious and has spent the last two years looking for others that might be left of the Ice Dragons. Last year, with Spike just a year old, he could stand in Frostbite's hand and place the Starlight on the favored tree. But this last year has seen many changes. Spike was growing fast and Frosbite's great Ice Castle finally fell outside Mr. Klause's protective border as Mr. Klause's land continued to shrink in the far North. By late summer, with global warming, Frostbite's castle was just a small lake. Klause met up with Frostbite and his adopted son all too late, to find them homeless and sitting by the icy lake that had been their home. But he had good news. Mr. Klause outlined a route for them to follow and told Frostbite to follow this way and before Christmas he would meet them near a group of impassable mountains. He promised good things, but wanted it to be a surprise. Frostbite trusted Klause implicitly and after an arduous three month journey the two dragons found themselves facing a great wall of rock and Mr. Klause waiting for them. It was three days before Christmas and Klause led them on a narrow winding path, for the next two days, till they arrived on Christmas Eve day on top of a cliff overlooking a small valley below. Frostbite couldn't beleive what he saw. Several great stone structures and...Dragons. From this height they were barely noticeable to the human eye, but Frostbite and Spike saw them as clear as day. With overwhelming joy the two dragons raced down a treacherous path and reunited with their own kind, who welcomed them with open arms. And Spike finally met his real parents. Frostbite accepted that with a tast of bittersweet, but, they would all live in the valley together and he could see Spike everyday and would now have more friends of his own kind. Klause came in to the valley with them and Frostbite and Spike thanked him profusely saying they were forever in his debt. He simply wished them a Merry Christmas and bid them adieu. He'd be back to check on them in the late Spring. To all I wish a Merry Christmas and may everyone find what they need this season. We don't have to look far, just as far as our family and friends. I'll catch up with comments next week. Have a happy!

Comments (13)


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Rainastorm 3:01PM | Fri, 24 December 2010

I love this, great job with your post here...Merry Christmas to you!

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alessimarco 3:02PM | Fri, 24 December 2010

~Fantastic image! Merry Christmas!~

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eekdog 3:11PM | Fri, 24 December 2010

superb scene, enjoy christmas. Steve

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anitalee 3:18PM | Fri, 24 December 2010

Excellent

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mgtcs 4:02PM | Fri, 24 December 2010

Adorable image as usual, a superb landscape, absolutely great! Merry Christmas!

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FaeMoon 5:03PM | Fri, 24 December 2010

Merry Christmas! I like that you worked dragons into your Christmas story! Wonderful vista and textures on the dragons and the wonderful old fashioned Klaus. :)

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capelito 2:31AM | Sat, 25 December 2010

Wonderful work. Merry Christmas!

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ragouc 2:42AM | Sat, 25 December 2010

Cool scene

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Seaview123 6:49PM | Sat, 25 December 2010

Great looking picture! Very nice and Happy Holidays to you!

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jmb007 5:02PM | Sun, 26 December 2010

belle scene!!

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SIGMAWORLD 1:45PM | Tue, 28 December 2010

Very nice work.

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psyoshida 3:17PM | Wed, 29 December 2010

What a wonderful Christmas story and pictures. I love happy endings. Happy New Year!

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brewgirlca 2:34PM | Sat, 01 January 2011

A great story Arthur. This is a gorgeous sweep of winter landscape, finely done right down to the crisp blue-white lighting. I love the way you've given your dragons a coat of white fur.

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