After trudging around the dirt for a few days, the pair eventually reached a river. They had no transportation all they had were some stones lurking in the muddy water.
Inaho, how are we supposed to get across this river?
As Ragar took his first step onto the first shiny rock, Inaho flew in closer, hoping to help him cross. Ragar took in a deep breath of mother nature's air and climbed on. He was watching every step every movement carefully; he didn't want to slip.
Take it slow and steady
Here I go!
The back of Ragar's neck started to burn. Although Ragar still kept on moving. Once he reached the second stone, he realised what happened. The Onaki stone was plummeting into the icy river. There was no time to save it
Oh No! Oh no! Inaho! The stone!
I can't reach it!
As the salty sting of tears reached Ragar's cut lip, Inaho morphed into a dog, a corgi for that matter, to calm Ragar. She knew what to do.
W-why do I have to be so clumsy. I have one job. one job and yet I still, after nearly a year, haven't completed it.
Ragar, just breath. We will find it. I promise. Don't worry. Don't give up. Stay optimistic!
After taking 5 deep breaths, Ragar calmed down. They'd had a tiring day so once they reached dry land they started setting up a camp.
Fine! let's just find space to camp in tonight I guess