貨幣交換

貨幣交換

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47A1 1 0 0 1 5 7. 997 0 0 1 7 7h. Today as usual, we advance through the wide open ocean. As the distance between the land we came from and the sea become further and further, various ‘scenes’ begin to show themselves making the journey more exciting. This was because of the unusual sights such as ‘floating islands’ that have only been heard of through stories on land. In the ocean, such a place is called a ‘Special Coastal Waters’. A coastal area where countless ocean currents rise out from the ocean like dragons charging into the skies.

A coastal area where a dense amount of huge maelstroms are gathered can drag ordinary ships into a calamitous end. A coastal area where countless balls of seawater float about like soap bubbles. Such a scene cause many ships to crash into each other and sink. A coastal area where the sea water is harshly blasted into the air like a volcanic eruption. A garden of deadly oceanic geysers. A coastal sea area that has a deep sea trench where caves abound and no light can even reach. Aside from the examples I have just listed, I believe there are many more natural wonders waiting to be explored in the vast ocean.

As the ocean continuously changes from serene to violent states, I am left in bewilderment and although I eventually get bored watching the changes I was able to enjoy it nonetheless. Well, since we are within the safety of the the unusual scenery can be thoroughly enjoyed. Anyway, here there is a large number of distinct races that are not found on land in the special waters, it seems they are building their own civilization and ecosystem. Deep in the special sea water the visibility is very bad, shellfish monsters the size of a small island, around tens of hundred of meters large, marine monster “Misusherunaru” were lurking.

Misusherunaru are mild-mannered marine monster just hiding in the sea fog, due its hovering near sea level, depending on the ocean current ships can be sunk by collision. For the sailors advancing through the sea fog, it can be said that there is plenty of harassment. When I first saw it in the sea fog, I wondered “how big are the contents of the broken shell. It may be larger than it appears, but perhaps maybe surprisingly small. What is essential is the taste.