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==See Also==
 
==See Also==
 
* [[(Long) Sisters of the Wild Valley]]
 
* [[(Long) Sisters of the Wild Valley]]
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[[Category:Fire Ultra Rare EX]]
 
[[Category:Fire Ultra Rare EX]]
 
[[Category:Females]]
 
[[Category:Females]]
[[Category:Dragon's Hoard]]
 
 
[[Category:Attack]]
 
[[Category:Attack]]
 
[[Category:PWR 19]]
 
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[[Category:Artist: Evan Lee]]
 
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[[Category:Menacing Fire Crest]]

Latest revision as of 12:48, January 25, 2017


(Verve) Sisters of the Wild Valley

LoreEdit

Finally the sisters accomplished their goal, though when they did, they found little difference between the worlds in and outside of the valley. Regardless, they were struck by the splendor of the new world. So they pledged to venture even further, to keep journeying and seeking ever stranger and more wonderful things. No matter how great the obstacle they faced, they knew they could overcome it as long as they were together.

AcquisitionEdit

Evolving (Climb) Sisters of the Wild Valley with Menacing Fire Crest into element of user's choice.

Name originEdit

"To have high hopes of something" is an idiomatic phrase. It means "to expect the best" or "to hope for success".

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Evan Lee.

See AlsoEdit

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