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Wedi iddo weld 'cleddyfau hedegog' mae Harri'n mynd ar antur i chwilio am Gleddyf Brenin y Môr-ladron. Harri sees 3 flying swords which turn out to be swordfish who help him fin...


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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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-Wow!

-I've never seen a moon like this.

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-'Tis known as a Pirate's Moon and

-happens but once every 100 years.

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-Shiver me whiskers!

-The flying swords.

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-Flying swords?

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-'Tis only on the night

-of the rare Pirate Moon...

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-..when cold ocean waters

-turn warm...

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-..that ye may be lucky enough

-to see the flying swords.

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-They're a sign, me hearties, that

-you are near a sunken pirate ship...

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-..where X marks the spot

-of the greatest treasure...

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-..ye could ever hope to find -

-the sword of the Pirate King.

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-But any pirate who hopes to take it

-as his own must be brave indeed...

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-..because the sword

-of the Pirate King...

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-..is guarded by three

-magical flying swords.

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-My granddad always wanted

-to find that treasure.

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-Alas, he never had the chance.

-But now, I do!

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-Arr. Are we going to look

-for the Pirate King's sword, matey?

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-Not we, Pegwn, 'tis a mission

-I need to go on alone...

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-..for the honour

-of my granddad, Twm Sion Wisgars.

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-I understand.

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-Good luck, Harri. We'll follow

-your progress from the Octopod.

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-A sunken ship. This could be it.

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-Well done, Harri. Keep us posted.

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-I'm going after that sword.

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-Brrr! These freezing waters

-are shivering me whiskers.

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-Ah... what a glorious ship.

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-The Pirate King!

-The sword is as good as mine.

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-Strange, the water just got warmer.

-This is definitely it.

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-Whoa!

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-Come in, Harri.

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-We've lost contact.

-His radio's been damaged.

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-Dela, sound the Octoalert.

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-Octonots, to the launch bay.

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-Octonots, we've lost radio contact

-with Harri.

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-He may be hurt or in trouble.

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-Dela, keep trying to radio him.

-Pegwn, into the sub with me.

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-Ira, open the Octohatch.

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-Ira, open the Octohatch.

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-Got it, Cap.

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-Harri to the Octopod,

-come in, me hearties.

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-My radio's broken. But I've still

-got a Pirate King's sword to find.

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-OK, now, where's that X

-that marks the spot?

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-That warm water again.

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-Yiaow! A flying sword.

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-Yiaow!

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-No telling where more of these

-flying swords might be lurking.

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-Here I am. Nope, over here.

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-No, down here, matey.

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-Two down, one to go.

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-There he is, Captain.

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-This could get a bit rocky.

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-Something tells me...

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-..that the X that marks the spot

-is right behind this...

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-Yiaow! A-ha! The last one.

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-Stand aside, ya scurvy sword!

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-Magic ye may be, but quick enough

-to catch this pirate? Never!

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-Captain, I've lost sight of him.

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-He's inside the kelp forest.

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-Harri?

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-Look.

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-Look.

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-Harri?

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-Look.

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-It's not Harri.

-We've been chasing a figurehead.

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-One that could only have come

-off a pirate ship.

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-But then, where's Harri?

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-Ha-ha! Outran it.

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-So, it's a duel you're wanting, is

-it? Then it's a duel ye shall have.

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-En garde!

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-Hey! You're a swordfish.

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-Of course I'm a swordfish.

-What is it you think I was?

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-A magic flying sword.

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-The only flying me

-and my fellow fish do...

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-..is when we leap out of the ocean.

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-So that was you? The light of the

-Pirate Moon made it look like...

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-Do I care what it looked like? No.

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-What I do care about is this is our

-feeding ground and we want you gone!

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-I don't want your food, matey.

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-I want the sword of the Pirate King.

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-If you think I'm leaving without it,

-you don't know much about pirates.

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-And you don't know much

-about swordfish...

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-..or you would think twice

-about fighting us.

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-We live by the sword.

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-We use it for swimming fast.

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-Slashing at our food.

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-And defending ourselves.

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-A-ha!

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-Three against one, eh?

-Just the way I like it.

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-Oh, no, you don't.

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-I'm just too quick for you fishies.

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-Ha-ha, we'll see about that!

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-Come and get me.

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-Argh! I'm stuck!

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-The anchor is breaking free.

-If it falls, I will be...

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-Don't worry, matey.

-I'll get you free.

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-My paws are so cold, I can barely

-feel them to get a good grip.

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-Put them near our heads.

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-'Twas you causing that warm water

-I felt before. You are magical.

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-No, we are just regular swordfish

-but we can heat up our eyes.

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-It helps us to see

-in the dark waters.

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-It's working.

-My paws are getting warmer.

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-Now, let's get you out of there.

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-Harri!

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-Harri!

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-Captain!

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-Grab hold of the towline.

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-Phew.

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-There we go.

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-Your sword is bruised.

-You need a bandage.

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-Good as new.

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-Thank you, my friend.

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-Thank you, my friend.

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-Thanks for saving his life.

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-'Twas nothing.

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-'Twas nothing.

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-You're as brave as a swordfish...

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-..and not bad with a sword.

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-Anything we can do in return,

-you just let us know.

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-All I want is what I came here for -

-the sword of the Pirate King.

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-Huh?

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-You must have seen it.

-X marks the spot.

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-What is an X?

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-What is a mark?

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-What is a spot?

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-You aren't the guardians

-the legend told of.

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-Maybe there's no sword

-of the Pirate King, either.

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-Come on, Harri. Don't give up now.

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-Hold on.

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-X marks the spot.

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-Mateys, I'm going to need your help.

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-The sword of the Pirate King!

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-If only my granddad

-could be here to see it. Yiaow!

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-Yiaow!

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Wedi iddo weld 'cleddyfau hedegog' mae Harri'n mynd ar antur i chwilio am Gleddyf Brenin y Môr-ladron. Harri sees 3 flying swords which turn out to be swordfish who help him find treasure.


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