Sequel to Event Horizon. You might wanna do yourself a favour and watch the first one; they do have a bit of a loose storyline that tie together, and share similar themes. This is my longest project yet, taking about a month of full on work to finish. (I started when I released Event Horizon, but it was stalled for about 5 days when I got some not-so-nice news)
The girl finds herself stranded in a frozen wasteland, but manages to stumble upon the Arctic Sea Diner, a small building. Inside, spectres loom, but she finds a friend she didn't expect. Their reunion is cut short from a dragon destroying the place, and the two set out to destroy the dragon.
It's a story about acceptance of oneself. I might go into more detail later, like I did with Event Horizon. As a direct sequel, it has the same themes. Essentially, the dragon represents the bad things about the girl, and their destructive qualities, but when she tries to destroy them, she actually bonds with it instead, showing that it's really just fundamentally a part of who she is as a person.
Credit goes to Twisted4000 for an additional animation on the credits, and MarcusDranz for voice acting.
Song is All Night by Parov Stelar.