New Premium Items: CR Kith Apparel!Posted on September 05, 2019
For example, those brave enough to swim into the rocky tide pools would imitate the hard shell of a Red Baubleacean Shell and layered Red Baubleacean Tail to protect themselves against the tides of the Everstorm, or use snapping Red Baubleacean Claws to fend off their foes. Hhehh... I remember being a newly-hatched youth myself, clinging to the rocks and watching a merman with a flashy Red Baubleacean Stache. Made me determined to have some whiskers of my own, one day.
On the other hand, those with a nose for fascinating treasure delved among the sunken ships with a Blue Whimperial Tail. All those Blue Whimperial Spots served as good camouflage, too. But folk said that if you became too fixated on your treasures, your view of the world would become distorted, as though viewed through the walls of a Blue Whimperial Bubble, or through eyes full of Blue Whimperial Tears. Hhheh. Superstitious babble, of course.
Some Merfolk chose to brave to the crushing depths, viewing the darkest trenches with a Green Amourtis Eye, feasting upon the creatures of the deep with their Green Amourtis Blossom and Green Amourtis Maw, and slinking upon the ocean's floor with all of their Green Amourtis Tendrils. Did that myself, once or twice. So many fascinating crevices to explore...
In contrast, those who wished to skim the surface would take on a Purple Seafairy Frills, following their Purple Seafairy Snoot as they swam against the roughest of currents with their Purple Seafairy Tail and Purple Seafairy Wings.
You see? Much better than wearing any of those absurd "shirts" that Dione is always fussing over. Anyway, when that scientist lad was diving here over the summer, he mentioned that his father found these sorts of things interesting, so I suppose you could head to the Headmaster's Office to buy a few of these modifications yourself.
But an old merman's got to keep a few of his secrets, hhehhh. So if you want to complete your trash piles, you'll need to swim all the way down to the Seabed to talk to me...