The frigid winds grew stronger, signaling to Miura that she would be leaving once again. The animals busied themselves with preparing for hibernation, expecting the first flakes of snow to come by nightfall. However, one bear, short-tempered from drowsiness, began to run amuck. She bravely drew its attention to herself to protect her friends, but the ursine chased after her for hours. The moment before his claws tore into her white dress, the winds lifted her away to safety.