Regis has a minion!

Flit the Jamba


The Hydrus Mahar
Owner: Trithie

Age: 3 years, 2 weeks, 2 days

Born: October 5th, 2016

Adopted: 2 years, 11 months, 3 weeks ago

Adopted: October 27th, 2016

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March 6th


  • Level: 41
  • Strength: 102
  • Defense: 103
  • Speed: 100
  • Health: 103
  • HP: 103/103
  • Intelligence: 100
  • Books Read: 100
  • Food Eaten: 0
  • Job: Unemployed

He had promised he would wait.

And so he waited.

And waited, and waited, and waited.

He would idly swim along the shoreline, hoping to see her shape on the horizon, swimming towards him. When he got tired, he would retreat to the rocky beach. Before he would sleep, before the sun dipped below the horizon he would light lanterns, hoping she would see them. They were set all over the rocks, covering as much distance as he could possibly manage.

Years past, and he began to age. It became more and more difficult to continue swimming every day. But he had promised. So he called upon the sea witch.

She came. And she made him a deal, one that he had warily accepted. She gave him a seashell that he tied around his neck. He became young again. And he would remain that way until he found his love. In return, he became a servant of the sea witch, for her to call upon whenever she needed him.

So he continued to search the shoreline, search the horizon, his hope never wavering. The years passed and he was slowly claimed as one of the sea’s own. The sea witch would return occasionally, requesting that he do odd tasks for her. He always complied. He had no choice.

One day, the sea witch came with news. Against all odds, she had found his love. Upon hearing this, his heart soared. But- she said- she would only reunite them for a steep price. Eternal servitude and nothing less, but they would be together.

Barely even considering the offer, he accepted. The sea witch took the shell she had given him all those years ago in her hands, and it glowed briefly. She smiled at him, and disappeared into the depths of the ocean.

That evening, as the sun was just hovering near the horizon, the sky a mix of pinks and oranges and purples, he saw her. Just a pair of horns at first, swimming in his direction. He swam to intercept her.

As he held her in his arms, he felt the seashell that she had tied around her neck, just like his. He realized now the gravity of his agreement. They no longer had their freedom. But they had one another, and that was all that mattered.

overlay: frederick
profile by chi & Princess
story: Trithie
pattern by moziru

Pet Treasure

Ocean Water

Bottled Ocean Environment

Oceanic Micro-Curl

Oceanic Micro-Tide

Water Spirit

Lantern of the Final Night

Brass Oil Lamp

Verdi Sidhe Enchanted Lantern

Gold Oil Lamp

Pewter New Year Lantern

Haunted Lantern

Iron Fireside Lantern

Brass New Year Lantern

Black Oil Lamp

Enchanted Lantern

Silver Oil Lamp

White Saheric Traditional Lantern

Iron New Year Lantern


Still Burning Torch

Beast Mob Torch

Ghosthunting Torch

Merana Tribal Art Cave Piece

Sea Witch Talisman

Urchin Shell Beanbag

Green Freshwater Mussel

Large Carved Seashell

Scallop Shell

Spindle Shell

Spotted Cowrie Shell

Striped Mollusc Shell

Triton Shell

Tudicla Shell

Wentletrap Shell

Abalone Shell

Fox Shell

Clawsion Paw Shell

Clam Shell

Cooling Seashell

Giselle Underwater Gurl Shellbow

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