Chapter 41: Quest- Ilana walked through the market. She walked through the dark isles, the sun was going down, the only light was from the moon. ——- She stopped in front a booth, with sketchy people surrounding her. She looked at the man. The man was big, with scars, he looked like a pirate. “Haha, how can I help you princess?” He asked, “I need a map, quickest trading routes.” She demanded. “And why would a little girl like you need that?” He questioned. “If I tell you, I’d have to kill you.” She growled. ——- Everyone laughed, “You... kill me!?” He laughed, “and how would you do that?” His voice went from careless to deep. Tall pirates and scavenges surround her, she wasn’t much shorter, she was very tall. She put to fingers up to her mouth and made a loud whistle. “What was that supposed to do?” He asked. She had a small smirk on her face, the ally way became extremely cold. Everyone started to freak out, so you can give me the map, or you and your friends can die an icy death. ——- The dragon jumped down revealing himself, he was a lot bigger than the other people, the thieves trembled in fear. “Time is ticking, the more you wait... the more you freeze.” The assassins raspy voice brought fear to the man. He searched, “Here!” He said taking out all his maps with routes in it. “Have ‘em all!” He shuffled them to her. “See? That wasn’t so hard.” She said smiling, and putting them in the bag. ——- She turned around and walked away. One person took their cross bow and shot it towards her. She heard the click of the trigger, and moved to the side, catching it where it flew, and broke it over her leg. Without turning around, Ilana snapped her fingers. In seconds flat, the people were dead, frozen in ice. ——- Hazel and Silver was leading them to her, she looked down. She gasped. Everyone looked down, they were in shock. A huge ice blast frozen, big enough to see clearly from the air. “This has gone to far.” Meg said. “Are those... bodies?” Ruby gasped. She saw frozen bodies stuck in the ice. Hiccup furrowed his eyebrows, “This has gone to far.” Hiccup said.