Deinosuchus is part of the genus known as the "terrible crocodile" that thrived during the late Cretaceous period. Thought to be extinct, this massive creature has been spotted off the coast of the Omen Islands. The Islanders refer to him as the "terror of the sea." Chief Kahaleitzli believes the large crocodile was a curse brought upon them by Merana after her displeasure with a failed ceremony in her honor many moons ago. Deinosuchus has been accused of destroying property and swallowing livestock whole in the middle of the night. Although no one has ever witnessed these events occur, there have been numerous reports of farmers losing many of their livestock in recent weeks. At 9 meters long, eating livestock whole is a very real possibility for the ancient beast. Eye witnesses claim they have seen him circling the islands, waiting for his next victim.
"I was out fishing early in the morning when the demon snatched the fish off my hook, leapt from the waters and smashed my boat in half with its tail. I managed to swim away in the chaos. I am lucky to be alive" Says one fisherman who chooses to remain anonymous.
Attempts have been made to lure the enormous crocodile away from the islands, but with no success. In the latest effort, Chief Kahaleitzli has shocked many Island Natives by requesting all strong willing battlers of Subeta to come fight Deinosuchus and banish him from the Omen Islands. The natives normally do not tolerate large crowds of visitors on the islands outside of tourist season, but find themselves in dire need of help in this desperate situation. Any battlers are welcome to join the fight, but are asked to proceed with extreme caution as this treacherous battle can come with deadly consequence.
Omen Island relief efforts have been gaining momentum throughout Subeta to provide Island Natives with food and supplies. If you or anyone you know would like to donate food, weapons, or other supplies - Please see Charity at the Riverside donation center and see how you can help. This is Titania Mcgee, Channel 5 News.
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