Gifted children with the power of ice and snow were often feared and misunderstood by those around them. Their abilities were seen as unnatural and many people avoided contact with them. But despite their unique abilities, these children were just like any other; they had hopes, dreams, and aspirations. They wanted to be accepted and appreciated for what they could do but instead were met with judgment and criticism.
These children had to learn how to control and use their powers for good. They had to navigate through the difficulties of growing up with a special ability, while at the same time trying to fit in with their peers. Although they often felt alone and didn’t belong, they found strength in each other and developed close bonds with other gifted children.
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