Kohola has a minion!

Spots the Whale Shark


The Common Experiment #3877
Owner: Lisa

Age: 2 years, 4 months, 5 days

Born: July 28th, 2020

Adopted: 2 years, 1 month, 3 days ago

Adopted: October 30th, 2020

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  • Level: 4
  • Strength: 11
  • Defense: 13
  • Speed: 13
  • Health: 9
  • HP: 10/9
  • Intelligence: 0
  • Books Read: 0
  • Food Eaten: 11
  • Job: Unemployed

Kohola was found as a young calf by a family of whale sharks off the southern coast of the Omen Islands. One of the mother whales happened to have a calf roughly the same age and she took the abandoned creature in as her own. She had no idea how big he would grow, and as the years passed, the young whale...shark...creature, out-grew all of the rest of his adopted family, and if you know the size of whale sharks, that is an impressive size indeed. This particular pod of whale sharks hung around the bay where the local pirates anchored as the pirates would often chuck the remains of their dinners overboard where they could be easily snatched up by any waiting sea life.

One time, a rather drunk pirate accidentally chucked the treasure he'd found that day overboard, much to the consternation of his captain, who was just getting ready to make the poor sucker jump in to find it. Just as the captain had the sailor at sword point, a large head breached the waters and put its front feet (yes, feet) up on the edge of the ship, startling the poor pirates out of their boots. Before they could attack or yell or even drink another swallow of rum, the creature opened its mouth and dropped a pile of golden coins and jewels on the deck.

"You dropped this! It's yours, yes?" Kohola asked, tilting his head to gaze at the shocked pirates. "It wasn't what you normally drop overboard - food - so I thought I'd bring it back up here. It looks important."

After the pirates got over their shock, their captain, a large archan, answered. "Yes, yes that's the treasure this idiot dropped overboard. You saved him from walking the plank, my large friend!" The captain chuckled as he smacked the sailor on the back of his head.

The pirates shared their meal with Kohola that night and they chatted about their travels and treasure finds with him. It all sounded like an excellent adventure to the young whale creature who'd never really left the small bay he lived in. The captain was so pleased at getting the priceless treasure back, that he offered Kohola a spot on his crew.

"Don't think you'd fit 'ere on the ship, but I'd imagine ye swim well enough, yeah? Ye could fin' the treasure for us and by the size a ye, protect us too! Whaddya think?" Kohola didn't think long on it before accepting. These were the right sort of pirates - not the kind that murder, pillage, and all other manner of bad things. They only recovered lost treasure from the ocean floor and even got it back to its owner if it had any - with a finder's fee of course. This was just the sort of thing Kohola thought he was meant for and he couldn't wait to begin!

Kohola's name means 'whale' in Hawaiian - original, I know.

treasure chest from imgur, background from freepik
writing by Lisa, adopted from the pound on October 30th, 2020 named 'Carlyle' (THANK YOU to whoever left him there!)

Pet Treasure

Experiment 3877 Plushie

Pirate Treasure Chest

Red Sky Merman Treasure

Treasure Chest Plushie

Black Treasure Chest Sticker

Emerald Adorned Pirate Vest

Skull of Gold Coins

Queen Booty

Kings Booty

Princess Booty

Princely Booty

Booty Sticker

Gold Doubloons Sticker

Stack of Coins

Bitten and Bent Doubloon

Non-Candy Coins

Battered Golden Doubloons

Tattered and Bloody Pirate Flag

Pirate Rum

Pirate Love Candy Heart

Pirate Cutlass Sticker

Black Pirate Ship Plushie

Black Pirate Bicorn Hat

Beige Pirate Ship Sticker

Whale Shark Magical Vesnali Beanbag

Whale Shark Dapper Plushie

Peppermint Whale Shark

Springtime Whale Shark Sticker

Experiment 3877 Beanbag

Precious Whale Shark Plushie

Pet Friends