Over a decade has past since the legendary river king had cast his line, but his legend is still strong in my heart.
Who was he? And what was his prized catch? Well, I shall tell you...
In 2001, a scientific breakthrough was acheived when divers discovered a once extinct fish, known as the Coelacanth (See-Low-Kanth). The already legendary river king, known for his prized catch, the stringfish, knew that he would find this fish, and proudly display it his basement aquarium.
Night after night, he set out to find it... But to no prevail...
He heared for an old fisher man that t only comes out during the rain or snow, and you must sacrifice three "lesser" fish for it to appear. The river king scoffed at the notion, but would still only go out during the rainy nights.
No fish would show, and the river king was desperate.
Finally on an april night, three months after he started, he took the advice of the old man. He caught three small river fish and realest them to the see at about 9 O'clock. Then he waited. He paced up and down the shoreline, keeping a most keen eye on the sea. Finally a large shadow, larger than anything he had seen, larger than even his stringfish was right apon him. He cast his line, and waited for the beast to bite.
He caught the coelacanth, and was no longer the river king, but the fish king!
I'd rather waltz than just walk through the forest,
The trees keep the tempo as they sway in time,