Once upon a time, Glaucus was a lonely fisherman. One day, when he was fishing, something crazy happened. As Glaucus was spreading his catch out on the grass, the fish magically came back to life and flopped back into the river.
Knowing that the grass was the cause of this event, Glaucus ate a handful without thinking. He grew a sudden urge to jump into the river and once he did, the sea-gods didn't want him to leave. A hundred rivers crashed above him as he grew a fish tail. Glaucus was just like the sea-gods now.
One day, Glaucus came across a bay. In the bay, there was a lovely nymph named Scylla. He fell in love with her immediately, and tried to speak to her. Scylla was afraid of Glaucus' fish tail and ran away, climbing up a large rock.
Discouraged, Glaucus went to the evil Circe for a gift to give to Scylla. However, Circe fell in with Glaucus, and jealous of Scylla, she turned her into a terrifying beast with snake bodies and dog heads.
The magic fish helped Glaucus defeat and trap Circe at the bottom of the ocean, locked inside an oyster's shell, so she would never cast evil spells on anyone ever again.
Glaucus then went on to search the world's oceans for the cure to the spell Circe had cast on Scylla. The cure returned Scylla back to normal, and she fell in love with him. They lived happily ever after in the small bay.