- 1. Iron pines. Big ones, too!
- 2. I must be in the Great Forest.
- 3. It's so peaceful out here.
It feels like I'm home again.
- 4. Makes me wish Mum
had never moved us to Trolberg.
- 5. Mum!
- 6. She'll be so worried.
I should be getting back.
- 7. Wait, where am I?
- 8. Is this what being lost feels like?
- 9. Moss, of course!
- 10. It always grows on the north side,
which means this way?
- 11. Huh.
- 12. Wood Man!
- 13. Thank goodness.
What are you doing out here all alone?
- 14. Wood Man?
- 15. Ah!
- 16. I'm not alone.
- 17. Please, don't interrupt.
- 18. Barch reads faces.
- 19. I'm trying very hard
not to give anything away.
- 20. This is great.
- 21. I need help finding my way back
to Trolberg and then I run into you.
- 22. What a lucky day.
- 23. Don't generalize.
I just lost another hand.
- 24. Not to be a bother, but when were you
planning on heading back?
- 25. Eager to leave the woods, city girl?
- 26. No, I'm not, uh— It's just Mum
will be really worried about me.
- 27. You'll have to wait
until I'm back on top.
- 28. It may be a while.
- 29. Ugh!
- 30. If you're really worried,
we could send your mum an email.
- 31. - Email?
- Sorry, elf mail.
- 32. It's a relay system of elf couriers.
- 33. Goes all the way to Trolberg.
- 34. That would be amazing.
- 35. Here you go.
Official elf mail stationery.
- 36. Oh, thank you.
- 37. - Ready to send.
- 38. I'll email this out
as soon as possible.
- 39. Now, can we please—
- 40. Aw, man!
I just lost something valuable.
- 41. - Really? What?
- 42. You bet me in a game of elf poker?
- 43. Here, take me away.
- 44. I'm all yours.
- 45. Not them, him.
- 46. So typical.
- 47. Humans always overlook us forest giants
just because we're on the smaller side.
- 48. I'm sorry, that was rude.
- 49. And so is kidnapping!
- 50. Wood Man, help!
- 51. Sorry,
he won fair and square.
- 52. What?
- 53. It's sizeism, plain and simple.
- 54. You'd never overlook an old giant.
- 55. There, you should be comfortable in there.
- 56. When do you think you'll next need food?
- 57. A few months or so?
- 58. I eat multiple times a day.
- 59. Eh? A tiny thing like you?
- 60. No way!
- 61. Barch! Game over already?
- 62. Ah, just taking a break.
- 63. Wood Man lost a whole human.
- 64. - Can you send this to Trolberg?
- Ha! Classic Wood Man.
- 65. Ah, no problem.
- 66. - Are you Mum?
- No, but I know her.
- 67. Well, that works. Sign here.
- 68. Oh, Twig.
- 69. None of the neighbors have seen her.
Where could she be?
- 70. Mum! Finally, you're back. I—
- 71. Oof!
- 72. Mum!
I have a message...
- 73. from Hilda!
- 74. I'll phone around.
Maybe she's with David and Frida.
- 75. Oh, I wish I knew she was okay.
- 76. I can't believe it!
- 77. He bet me, and right after
I asked him for help.
- 78. Little help!
- 79. Wood Man, you came to rescue me.
- 80. Sort of.
- 81. I was hoping you'd help me
reclaim some items I've lost.
- 82. Wait. You lost me
to the giant on purpose?
- 83. You think I'd go all in with three acorns?
I should be the offended one.
- 84. Huh!
- 85. Now, see if you can find
the rope ladder I "lost" a few weeks ago.
- 86. What's taking her so...
- 87. long.
- 88. Found it!
- 89. Hoo!
- 90. Finally!
- 91. I missed you.
- 92. You lost that crown?
- 93. I would prefer
not to lie to you.
- 94. Now, if you wouldn't mind—
- 95. You!
- 96. Hilda!
- 97. Go.
- 98. Hey!
- 99. Oh, no!
- 100. My belongings... mostly.
- 101. Leave them!
- 102. Would you have robbed
a proper giant this way?
- 103. I bet not!
- 104. Oh, listen to me,
calling them "proper giants."
- 105. All that for nothing.
- 106. Except you, I guess.
- 107. Ugh. Can we please
to go Trolberg now?
- 108. Of course.
- 109. Which way is Trolberg?
- 110. - I thought you knew.
- 111. Before the chase.
Now I'm all turned around.
- 112. No?
Oh, well, thanks for checking.
- 113. Please keep an eye out
and let me know if you see her.
- 114. Of course.
- 115. I know adequate supervision
can be so hard for a single parent.
- 116. Twig, what if she's—
- 117. What if she's— Alfur?
- 118. Oh, finally!
- 119. "Mum, fell off weather spirit, got lost,
ran into Wood Man, and now on way home.
- 120. Please don't worry. Can't write more.
- 121. Paper is very tiny.
- 122. Love, Hilda."
- 123. Twig, Hilda's safe! Well, ish.
- 124. I don't entirely trust that Wood Man.
- 125. I wish I could get to her,
- 126. but nobody's getting out
of the city right now.
- 127. That's not entirely true.
- 128. I think Twig and I can help.
- 129. The Hilda I knew
would never have gotten lost.
- 130. You have gone city.
- 131. I have not gone city.
- 132. Trolberg is just where I live now.
- 133. The wilderness
will always be my real home.
- 134. Also, you're equally lost.
- 135. Not true.
- 136. You're the one trying
to get somewhere in particular.
- 137. It's almost dark. We'll have
to settle down for the night soon.
- 138. Agreed.
- 139. Ah!
- 140. I was hoping to find
something a bit more comfy.
- 141. You were always hard to please.
- 142. I found out who sent the email,
and I think I know where to find him.
- 143. Hmm, put out snacks
next time, yeah?
- 144. Hello? Barch?
- 145. My name is Alfur of the Northern Counties.
I think you mailed a letter for my friend.
- 146. Could be. I, uh, mail a lot of letters.
- 147. No, you don't,
just the one for that blue-haired girl.
- 148. Yes, yes, that's her!
Could you tell me where she went?
- 149. You'll have to win that information.
- 150. Please?
We really need new players.
- 151. Who's dealing?
- 152. Now can we lie down?
- 153. Fine. Let me at least try to gather
some great pine needles.
- 154. Wait.
- 155. What's that?
- 156. And you wanted to sleep on the ground.
- 157. It sort of reminds me of my old cabin.
- 158. No neighbors for miles.
- 159. I hope they don't mind being disturbed,
at such late hour, too.
- 160. I hope they have a kettle on.
- 161. Wood Man!
- 162. Huh.
- 163. How about that?
- 164. My favorite tea, too.
- 165. Wood Man, you can't just—
- 166. We're dreadfully sorry for storming in!
Please accept our apology!
- 167. She doesn't speak for me.
- 168. Hmm, I guess nobody's here.
- 169. All the more reason
to make ourselves at home.
- 170. Tea?
- 171. Ugh! I prefer peppermint, thanks.
- 172. Now, that's odd.
- 173. Hmm.
- 174. Wood Man, where are you going?
- 175. To sit by the fire
and enjoy their records.
- 176. They have a fire?
- 177. It certainly appears so.
- 178. And records?
- 179. Oh! I love this one.
- 180. I— I wonder if they have a guitar.
- 181. Ah! There we go.
- 182. Mm.
- 183. It is cozy here.
- 184. I wonder if I could convince Mum
to move back to a place like this,
- 185. far from the city, just us again.
- 186. If you ask me,
all houses are basically the same.
- 187. Roof, floor, walls, people saying,
"Stop walking in like that, Wood Man."
- 188. You don't understand.
- 189. Our home was special.
- 190. Let's just set out...
first thing in the morning.
- 191. You made me breakfast.
- 192. I did not.
- 193. Oh.
- 194. Well, we might as well fill
our stomachs before our journey.
- 195. Do you even eat?
- 196. What a rude question.
- 197. Mm.
- 198. That was
the most satisfying meal I've ever had.
- 199. Now, come on,
we've already been here too long.
- 200. Mum must be losing her mind by now.
- 201. City life has made you weak.
- 202. Oh, it's not that.
- 203. What is going on?
- 204. Well, that's generally
not how windows work.
- 205. Upstairs.
- 206. Maybe we can get out through the attic.
- 207. I guess it's worth a shot.
- 208. I don't think
this house wants us to leave.
- 209. Do you think that's why it tried
to make us so comfortable,
- 210. with the tea, the music, the food?
- 211. Oh, she's not here!
- 212. Well, that was six hours
of reckless gambling for nothing.
- 213. More thieves? Come on!
- 214. Lead me to your blue-haired friend.
- 215. Oh! How ironic.
That's what we were hoping you would do.
- 216. Raven! You're here!
- 217. I know! What a peculiar coincidence.
- 218. Oh, unless you're also searching
- 219. I knew it!
- 220. You're with that blue-haired girl.
- 221. Well, you— You...
- 222. are free to go.
- 223. Any idea where to look next?
- 224. That giant was our last lead.
- 225. Mine, too.
- 226. Oh.
- 227. Good idea, Twig.
- 228. Book. Cushion.
- 229. White cowboy hat.
- 230. Could you please stop doing that?
It's quite distracting.
- 231. We're stuck here.
- 232. We might as well
take advantage of the situation.
- 233. There must be something you need.
- 234. Well, I did promise a friend
I'd find her missing book.
- 235. A ghost stole it, I think.
- 236. You lead a peculiar life.
- 237. This is it!
- 238. This is the book!
- 239. But if I can't get out of here
and return it to Frida,
- 240. there's really no point.
- 241. Good deeds are overrated.
- 242. Tea cake?
- 243. I don't want any treats!
- 244. I want to see my friends and family.
- 245. Um, sorry, we're not able to open—
- 246. Twig! Raven!
- 247. And Alfur!
- 248. Wait! Don't let it close the...
- 249. door.
- 250. I'll explain.
- 251. How peculiar.
- 252. - Anything you want?
- Seems that way.
- 253. Personally, I don't see what the fuss is.
- 254. You weren't that excited
to get back to Trolberg anyway.
- 255. And there are worse places
to spend your days
- 256. than a magical house
that fulfills your every desire.
- 257. So, all I have to do
is ask for a blank notebook?
- 258. Oh!
- 259. Or, say, something shiny?
- 260. Ooh!
- 261. I don't think
you even have to say it.
- 262. See?
- 263. Wow!
- 264. You get it, Twig.
- 265. It doesn't matter if you give me books
about trolls, new colored pencils,
- 266. cucumber sandwiches,
or all my favorite things!
- 267. You will never be my home!
- 268. Wait a minute.
- 269. Everybody, request more things.
- 270. It doesn't matter what,
just do it as quickly as you can.
- 271. Oh, I wouldn't wanna be greedy.
- 272. Just trust me.
- 273. It's working!
- 274. The house is having trouble keeping up.
- 275. Wood Man, we need your help.
- 276. Just a moment. I'm trying
to picture the perfect end table.
- 277. Hmm.
The grain could be better.
- 278. Please, get with the spirit
of the exercise.
- 279. Fine, fine.
- 280. Hilda, I'm having trouble
thinking of more things to want.
- 281. Ah! Me, too!
- 282. Simplicity has always been
one of my virtues.
- 283. Ah!
- 284. Come on!
Don't stop now.
- 285. We've almost defeated it.
- 286. Just ask for, I don't know,
a diamond monocle.
- 287. Already did.
- 288. Oh, look, you selfish house!
- 289. All I really want is a way home!
- 290. That's new.
- 291. Oh!
- 292. It worked.
- 293. But is this really your house
or just another trick?
- 294. Hilda!
- 295. Mum!
- 296. We're really home!
- 297. I was so worried about you.
- 298. I'm so sorry. I came as soon as I could.
- 299. There were... complications.
- 300. Still,
seems everything worked out.
- 301. I guess it did.
- 302. Eh, I wanted it in mahogany anyhow.
- 303. What— What just happened?
- 304. Well, the simplest version is
I just wished to be home...
- 305. and I ended up here.
- 306. I guess Trolberg is my home now.
- 307. Well, obviously.
- 308. For now anyway.
- 309. And someday your home
may be somewhere else.
- 310. But that doesn't mean
you leave your other homes behind.
- 311. The wilderness will always be
a part of who you are.
- 312. - That's why we're such good friends.
- We are?
- 313. Repeating myself makes me anxious.
- 314. I'll stop by next time I'm in town.
- 315. Make sure you do the same.
- 316. Just walk on in.