第2章 | 地精佩比相助（下）
The troll then turned his attention to Anna, who was still unconscious. “You are lucky it wasn't her heart that was struck, ” he noted. “The heart is not so easily changed, but the head can be persuaded.” He paused. “We should remove all the magic, even memories of magic, to be safe.”
The king nodded. “Do what you must, ” he said. With a gentle touch of his fingers, the troll pulled a series of glowing memories from little Anna's head. The memories hovered in the air as the troll transformed them into more sensible scenes. Instead of a magical snowman in the ballroom, Anna would now remember a winter scene in the courtyard. Instead of snowflakes in the hallway, she would remember snowflakes falling outside the window. All the magical moments she had shared with Elsa were gone, replaced with normal moments. The only remnant of her magical accident was the streak of white in her hair.
“There, ” said Pabbie when he was finished. “She will remember the fun, but not the magic.”
“She won't remember that I have powers?” Elsa asked.
“No, ” Pabbie said.
“It's for the best, ” the king told her.
“Listen to me, Elsa, ” Pabbie said. “Your power will only grow. There is beauty in it, but also great danger.”
As he spoke, the troll conjured up an image of an older Elsa in the sky. The image twirled gracefully, surrounded by beautiful snowflakes.
Then, amid the northern lights, the snowflakes turned into sharp spikes. The spectre of a crowd joined Elsa in the sky— the people used the icy spikes as weapons, attacking Elsa's glowing effigy.
“You must learn to control your power, ” Pabbie continued. “Fear will be your enemy.”
The king hugged Elsa close. “We'll protect her, ”he promised. “We'll lock the gates. We'll reduce the staff and keep her powers hidden from everyone… including Anna.”