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Set Sail for a Funny Tale
Children's animated TV series
Set Sail for a Funny Tale an Adventure a Treasure Friendship
Princess Sophie is the heart and soul of Set Sail for a Funny Tale, a true hero in every sense of the word. Unlike many animated characters, she doesn’t possess any extraordinary powers, but what sets her apart is her unyielding determination and courage in the face of adversity. Sophie has an insatiable thirst for adventure and refuses to be confined by the restrictions of her royal lineage. She is not content with the mundane, constantly pushing the boundaries and seeking new and exciting experiences.
Sophie’s best friend is a sailor, Basil Stumble, who has just become the captain of his ship, and together they embark on daring voyages, discovering strange and wondrous lands along the way. But they must also contend with their fierce rival, Captain Silver Hoff, a descendant of pirates who will stop at nothing to thwart their every move.
Throughout their adventures, Sophie repeatedly proves she is a force to be reckoned with, never backing down from a challenge and always finding innovative solutions to their obstacles. She is a role model for young viewers, demonstrating the power of determination and the importance of never giving up, no matter how difficult the journey may seem.
Join Princess Sophie and her intrepid crew as they Set Sail for a Funny Tale, exploring mythical islands and encountering strange and unexpected events at every turn. It’s an epic journey filled with excitement, danger, and, most importantly, laughter.
Captain Basil Stumble
Captain Silver Hoof
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- Locations and Islands
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Road Map of the Second Season
Based on the psychology of children, we have designed nine magical islands for the second season of the series. The characters introduced in the first season will go on distant voyages in this season and find valuable treasures on these islands. Each gem symbolizes one of the human values, and each island is a way to get it.
For example, one of them is called the bitter-and-sweet island. It consists of two twin islands; one of them is white and made of sweet chocolate, and the other is bitter and made of dark chocolate. Our sailors must cross the bitter island to reach the treasures inside the sweet chocolate island. This way, we teach children to endure hardships to get valuable things.
Anyone can find something lost in the past on another island called lost objects island. Adults can discover the joys they lost in childhood on this island. Tall caves on this island are filled with thousands of crystal balls containing people’s memories.