Divided Sea Wildlife
The Divided Sea is home to fish, crabs, barracuda, and other creatures.
Methusael: I’m contaminated! Eat an apple. It got vitamin C, B, and plenty of antioxidants. Eat the apple and you shall see. Wait. Snow White’s apple? Or Eve’s?
Awan: As a soldier, you sure know what’s good and what is evil. Fly, fly away, now.
Etana: Dying isn’t an issue here. Your frustration is. Now stop playing.
Bali: The garden is full of trees to eat from. But God has some funky fruit rules. Clap, clap.
Melankish: God will judge you. Go on.
Yarad: The fruit of knowledge makes it easier to justify your bad decisions. Can you rust?
Nostalgic Atoller: My body, ruined by the red-eyed monster, drifted down. A beautiful explosion above. Then, pure darkness. It was only later that I saw the hundreds more who had joined me on my journey to the ocean’s floor.
Expedient Crab: (Hint) Crap… this seems to be a dead end. Now I have to take the ship of the dead into the holy land. It anchors east, you know?
All of the sea creatures' names are references to Judaism and Hinduism.
Methusael - A biblical patriarch and grandfather of Noah. He supposedly lived to be 969, and his name is now considered a synonym for longevity.
Awan - The wife and sister of Cain and the daughter of Adam and Eve.
Etana - Thirteenth king of the first dynasty of Kish.
Bali - A Hindu-majority province of Indonesia.
Melankish - Unknown meaning.
Yarad - A Hebrew word, meaning "to go or be brought down, to descend."