As morning arrived, Inaho woke up. She hurried to wake up Ragar. They had work to do. The sky was still orange by the time they were ready. They could do anything.
Let's get to work!
Sadly, once the eventually reached the river, Ragar couldn't think of any way of getting back the stone. The only reason Ragar decided not to jump in the river a retrieve it from the riverbed, was because he had a strong gut feeling that a fish had swallowed it. It could be miles away.
I got it! we can... No that doesn't work. Unless... No.
Have you got any new ideas yet?
Now... Let's see...
5 IDEA-LESS DAYS LATER...
Wow! That's actually pretty good! But how do we know which fish it is?
Without being noticed for just a millisecond the sky turned the lightest shade of green. It was trying to tell Ragar something or...
I had an idea! we'll make a trap to lure the fish in! Then you will close the trap. It's a win-win we the Onaki stone and FOOD!
Once they agreed, the pair started brainstorming. Using only a stick Ragar planned out what they were going to do. leaving marks in the dirt.
Ok! I hope this works!
Ok! This fish has a cut on his tail, a light turquoise body and a distinctive dots on its body...
Ragar's face lit up with joy as a fish matching his description came swimming through the trap. He had done it. Quickly, he grabbed the fish. Out of nowhere came a burst of light; the stone was in his hand. He was just one step closer to the wizard.