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  • PLEASE  GIVE ME MERCY! I NEEDED THE  MONEY!
  • I will let you free if you agree never go near the ocean.
  •  I need the money. My life is more valuable!
  • HELP SISTERS!!!
  • We need to go to Neptune!
  • I'm poor and my life is more valuable than the mermaids.
  • I gave you a chance and you blew it. Now I won't forgive you .
  •     Long ago,   lived a Titan son of earth named Rainium.  His mother left him with the mortals. He had to find a way to get money for his son Caesar to eat. He found out that mermaid tails were a very expensive but popular item in his town. So he started kill mermaids and sell them for a lot of money.
  • You will never get to see your son again, because you didnt realize being poor doesn't justify your actions.
  • The mermaids told Neptune what Rainium was doing. Neptune got very mad because mermaids were his favorite creatures he made. Neptune was willing to forgive him on one condition.
  • My son will die of hunger because of me. I should have gotten a job that helps people not hurt them.
  • Rainium is desperate for money so he keeps killing mermaids. Neptune finds out and gets really mad. Rainium will face consequences 
  • I thought that killing mermaids wasn't wrong,  because it helped feed my son. That's not true and now I must pay the price.
  • Neptune blast him with water to the sky. Neptune puts a curse on him to trap him to a cloud forever.
  • Rainium gets stuck in the clouds forever and starts crying because he'll never see his son again. People then called this phenomenon rain. 
  • Rainium then learned that doing a bad deed doesn't compensate for a good one.
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