(Cheerful Fable) Burning Match Girl


The match's flame changed shape from a yellow dragon to a blue fairy. Its playful nature not only warmed her body, but her soul as well. Finally, it assumed the visage of a kindly old woman and spoke to her. "You've worked so hard by yourself, haven't you? The goddess of fire sees your effort and says she'll give you her power. You'll never have to worry about cold or loneliness again while us fire spirits are by your side."


See (Snowfall Fable) Burning Match Girl

Name originEdit

The Little Match Girl (Danish: Den Lille Pige med Svovlstikkerne, meaning "The little girl with the matchsticks") is a short story by Danish poet and author Hans Christian Andersen. The story was first published in 1845.

Additional InfoEdit

  • All stages are bound.
  • The Passive Skill Level is raised with Martial Dragons.

See alsoEdit

(Cheerful Fable) Burning Match Girl (Normal Card Image)

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