Yr Octonots a'r Map Angenfilod Octonots


Yr Octonots a'r Map Angenfilod

Mae'r Octonots yn dilyn hen fap i ddod o hyd i'r hyn mae Harri'n credu ydy trysor sy'n cael ei warchod gan anghenfil tanfor. The Octonauts and the Monster Map.


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-Octonots, to your stations.

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-Cwrwgl.

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-Harri.

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-Pegwn.

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-Explore.

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-Rescue.

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-Rescue.

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-Protect!

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-The Octonots and the Monsters Map.

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-Arr!

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-Where is it?

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-Here it is.

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-Captain, here's our next adventure.

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-The Octomap shows that we're here.

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-In the Mediterranean Sea.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Well, I have my own map of this sea.

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-Excellent, Harri. A good map

-helps us reach new places.

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-Yes.

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-And a secret map helps you reach

-places you didn't know existed.

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-Where did you get it?

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-Where did you get it?

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-In a chest on Crab Island.

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-When I was a pirate. Arr!

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-This map is ancient.

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-Yes.

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-It has a story to tell, Professor.

-Listen to this!

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-Once, a grand ship sailed the seas.

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-It carried a large golden pitcher.

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-A storm sunk the ship and it came

-to rest at the bottom of the ocean.

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-That's where it stayed...

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-..until a horrible monster made

-its home in the carcass of the ship.

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-Until this day,

-it's guarding the golden pitcher.

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-If you go in search of it...

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-..watch out

-for the eight-headed monster.

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-Woe betide anyone

-who gets too close.

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-Yaw!

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-There's no shipwreck or monster

-on the Octomap.

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-A-ha! Pirates never reveal their

-secrets on other people's maps.

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-True enough. There are many things

-under the sea not shown on maps.

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-The Octonots are about to find them.

-Who will come with me?

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-Harri, sound the Octoalert.

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-To the diving hatch.

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-Octonots, our work is discovering

-if Harri's map is accurate.

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-I'd like to take a photo

-of the golden pitcher.

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-If we discover the ship,

-we'll search for it.

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-And the monster.

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-Dela, Pegwn,

-you can join myself and Harri.

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-OK, Cap. Ready to test the grabber.

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-Grabber ready.

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-Ooh!

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-I've got it.

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-This will help us grab objects

-from the shipwreck.

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-Thanks, Ira.

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-It's perfect to grab a monster.

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-It's perfect to grab a monster.

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-G-g-g-grab a monster?

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-Don't worry, Pegwn. OK, off we go.

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-Ira, open the Octohatch.

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-Right away.

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-The map says there's a large

-stone bridge in front of us.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Go under it and turn left.

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-We're approaching some rocks.

-Which way now?

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-Around the largest rock

-and to the right.

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-No, left.

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-We should be close.

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-Closer.

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-Closer.

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-There.

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-I can see the shipwreck.

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-Oh! Nothing but rocks.

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-There's your shipwreck.

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-I'll defend everyone

-from the monster.

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-Dela, Pegwn, we'll search

-for the golden pitcher.

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-Yaw!

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-Coming, ready or not.

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-Huh?

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-If I was a monster,

-where would I hide?

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-It has eight heads.

-It must be quite clever.

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-That's a good place to hide.

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-Huh?

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-Huh?

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-Yaw!

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-Huh?

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-Behind those rocks.

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-Here you are.

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-How does an underwater monster with

-eight heads disappear into a rock?

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-Octonots, over here.

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-Captain, what's wrong?

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-Captain, what's wrong?

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-Look.

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-The golden pitcher

-from your map, Harri.

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-This will be a great photograph.

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-This will be a great photograph.

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-Yes indeed...

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-..but don't go too close.

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-Captain, the monster might be

-hiding behind the golden pitcher.

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-Oh, no.

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-Oh, no.

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-I'll grab it carefully.

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-A little to the right.

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-Down.

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-Got it!

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-Got it!

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-No monster.

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-Stand back. I'll take a closer look.

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-A monster couldn't fit in there.

-Where is it?

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-This map is no help at all.

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-Pegwn,

-we might have to face the worst.

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-The worst?

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-The worst?

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-There's no underwater monster here.

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-Phew!

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-Huh!

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-Huh!

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-This is meant to be a monster map.

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-Wow!

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-What use is a monster map when

-there are no monsters to go with it?

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-But, but... But...

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-Harri, behind you.

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-Yaw!

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-Finally, monster.

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-Well done.

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-That was a great hide-and-seek game.

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-A game? Wait.

-You're meant to have eight heads.

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-I'd call that an octopus.

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-Yes, I'm an octopus, 100%.

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-You disappeared like a magical

-creature when I chased you.

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-You can see my tricks.

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-You can take my photo before...

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-..and after.

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-Hey! Where did you go?

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-I can change colour.

-It makes it easier to hide.

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-Watch this.

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-I can squeeze myself

-into every nook and cranny.

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-How did you do that?

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-How did you do that?

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-Easy, if you don't have any bones.

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-You're the king of hide-and-seek...

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-..even if you're not a real monster.

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-By searching for a monster,

-you found me!

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-How did you find me?

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-That's you.

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-Oh. You need a new map.

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-You're right.

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-There we go. What do you think?

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-Perfect. Thank you.

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-That's better.

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-Yes indeed.

-An accurate map of the place.

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-Right then, it's my turn to hide.

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-I'll count to eight.

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-One, two, three...

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-..four, five, six...

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-..seven, eight.

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-Coming, ready or not!

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Mae'r Octonots yn dilyn hen fap i ddod o hyd i'r hyn mae Harri'n credu ydy trysor sy'n cael ei warchod gan anghenfil tanfor. The Octonauts and the Monster Map.


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