{{ A little birdie told me you and Ozuru might have plans to disrupt the natural order in this region, and we can’t have that! So I’m here to help keep things in check. I can tell we’re gonna be great friends. >:) }}

{{ UGH….this is gonna be harder than I thought…I guess I should go scope things out and see what’s up. }}


Thank you again for your gracious hospitality, Miss Lugia! We don’t plan on sticking around for too long.

// Viola and the mysterious blue Mew are temporarily at the reef, and have temporarily been unlocked for asks!

Ask hints and ref pages have been updated


“The siren has not sounded in many months. I am… confused, by the changing world around me. I look at my hands, and they are not the hands I remember. The wrinkles, stains and liver spots that textured my skin have disappeared, as though time itself was unraveling against its natural order. Is this the end, or a new beginning?” - Dr. Ludvig Maxis

As you look back on your life, you will often realize that many of the times you thought you were being rejected from something good, you were in fact being redirected to something better. You can’t control everything. Sometimes you just need to relax and have faith that things will work out. Let go a little and just let life happen. Because sometimes the truths you can’t change, end up changing you and helping you grow.


Peace & Blessings, Our Journey to Balance

‘Well, well,’ muttered the Bear, 'I don’t see anything to be afraid of here. Let us have a talk with this wonder!’

And, hoisting himself clumsily out of the ditch, he lumbered along the road to meet the solder.

The Most Cunning Animal / “He Tore a Rib from His Side and Cut Off My Ear!”, illustrated by Jean de Boschere, from Beasts and Men (1918). 

YURUGU: A being in Dogon Mythology which is responsible for disorder in the universe. This is a being conceived in denial of the natural order, which then acts to initiate and promote disharmony in the universe. In African Cosmology such a being is deficient in spiritual sensibility, is perpetually in conflict, is limited cognitively, and is threatening to the well-being of humanity.
—  Yurugu: An African-Centered Critique of European Cultural Thought and Behavior ppxxviii