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A random guard (NPC)
Mike had seen Blu wander off during the storm, and once it had settled he went off to check on him. When he saw what had happened, he carefully carried the injured Blu down towards the camp, where he made he was in the capable hands of Ossa before making a second trip to bring down the infused metal bars. As Ossa loomed suspiciously overhead, channeling the mysterystuff into his ally, after a full day Blu felt as good as new. Ossa, while glad to see his companion feeling better, seemed strangely bummed out that that was all he was feeling. Still, Ossa’s [mysterystuff] was getting pretty potent.
Though he was worried about Blu, Mike decided to look for some rubies. There were actually a couple scattered around because of the magical experience that is low tide, and he managed to find a [ruby]. Bell, who came along for the ride, managed to find [four rubies], and when Bell showed Mike the first full of glimmering stone, Mike was excited, a tiny bit jealous of Bell’s finding-things-skills.
Inside of the ship, Mostly printed off the schematics for his improved underwater improvements to the ship. While he waited, he talked with JohnnyViral about the wonders of [science].
“3 pearl, 10 wood, 10 rock,
30 metal, 50 fish, 50 air.”
Mostly noted that the metal seemed to be scrapped because of the optimizations that had been added to the plan. Which was a huge relief, as finding 30 metal seemed annoying time consuming.
After waiting the day, JohnnyViral’s ventilation system finally kicked in. The ship seemed to adapt to the plan, almost as if understand what exactly it was doing consciously. Various ventilation shafts appeared with slits leading outward, and various fans sprung up into existence. It was a whole bunch of nonsense, the perfect example of somethingfromnothingology. With its improvements, the ship would no longer infect people who stayed on-board it for parts of the day, but would still cause infect to those who stayed on it for more than a full day. This meant that unless they were traveling, there was effectively no downside to using the boat whenever they felt like.