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  • How Aphrodite Came to Be
  • This is better than my looks, at least.
  • What is so urgent, Sema?
  • The Sea of Crete is being poisoned!
  • Does anyone out there think that a story consisting only of an immortal girl who was basically born out of sea foam is anything worth hearing? What if you were lucky enough to hear the entire plot from me? Of course, the real plot consists of stuff I don't enjoy discussing, so I always jazz it up a bit.
  • HI YA!
  • I lived in the Aegean Sea as an overlooked angelfish. Yes, I said a fish, but keep following me. The sea was quite majestic, yet it wasn't always at its peak. When this was the case, I infused the coral roots with seaweed and BAM!-instantly revitalized. It was basically all I cared for, replenishing the ocean.
  • Not so fast!
  • There it is!
  • One sunny day, I was basking underwater, when my trustworthy dolphin friend, Sema, swam by. She looked anxious, and I wondered what was wrong. She'd come to tell me she'd seen a villain lurking near the reefs, poisoning them. I knew I had to stop this, and find the Celestial Antidote.
  • True beauty can be sought after all.
  • The End
  • The journey to the Sea of Crete forced me to battle currents and dense, tangled up kelp forests, which was the least of my problems. After facing my third current, I noticed a barricade. I pondered for so long until I realized this was a whale shark. I swiped it with my tail half to death, and later did the same to an electric eel, which again was successful on my part.
  • Soon, I past through the final kelp forest, and there, was the Celestial Antidote. I was about to touch it, when I noticed a villainous-looking creature in the background. It crept forward, and ambushed me. I tried to deflect the attacks, but then it summoned a high tide. I was carried above the surface, and when I looked back out, the antidote was lost.
  • The final wave contained remnants of the antidote. The wave washed over my tail fin, and it was turning into real human legs! I began to become the immortal I am today. I was even beautiful, for once, but I couldn't detach my thoughts from the sea. I focused my thoughts on the reefs, hoping this would work. When I opened my eyes, the sea was clearly revitalized.
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