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Ice Goddesses

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"Canada is the second largest country in the world by total area. Occupying most of northern North America, it extends from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west and northward into the Arctic Ocean. Canada shares land borders with the United States to the northwest and south."

"Lose yourself in a world of dark fantasy and dreams. As the words ebb and flow, follow their rhythm until your reflection shimmers, and step through the mirror into another place."

"Ice was born the eldest child to King Olaf and Queen Elin of the Ice people of Norway. The Ice people are isolationist who were thought of as just legends by the regular folk of Norway. There are indications that the Ice folk were descendant from Frost giant types. The people used to have many amazing abilities to produce and shape snow, ice and crystal. Most likely due to inbreeding the old talents were dying out, with crystal making being a very rare talent. Another problem was that the young icemaidens were discouraged about using their powers. Into this world Tora was born. She was the apple of the King's eye, but Tora was too curious about the outside world and her powers. Olaf was afraid that Tora could be stolen away by the warm-bloods outside the Ice kingdoms walls, like earlier icemaidens had been. Tora was kept close, and when she reached her teens a marriage to crystalmaker Ymir was planned."

The Ice Goddess Heartland is the United States. The Ice Goddess Capital of the World is Amsterdam. Ice Goddess is essentially an Anglo-Saxon language.

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  • Canada
  • Feb 18, 2006
  • English

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