As Geralf gave the rod a final, mighty tug, the leviathan’s dorsal ridge crested from the pool. A titanic fin breached the surface, then fell back into the water with a deafening crash. Geralf’s expression turned sour as a plume of water surged towards the shore. “Here comes the tidal wave…”
Geralf frowned at the sight of a bluish tentacle gnarled around his bait. “Another blasted deep-fiend,” he said to no one in particular, and reached out with his surgical shears to cut the line.
Geralf struggled with his latest bite, fighting with it for what seemed like hours. Finally, the thing he had caught breached the surface. It was a wooden mast, from some great wreck that had somehow ended up in this enchanted fishing hole. Geralf cursed and reached for his shears to cut the line in frustration, when out of the corner of his eye, he noticed a large, suction-cupped noodle wrapped around the lower portion of the mast.
“Aha! I see you down there, you wiggler!” crowed the stitcher. He set both hands back on his fishing pole and began to reel in again. “Your powerful arms will be perfect for my skaabs!”
Geralf hoisted the line up with his free hand and brought the creature on the end of the hook to eye level. It was a fish, all right. But if it had wings, why did it bother swimming…?
Geralf frowned as he pulled the silvery humanoid to the bank. “You… you’re not a fish!” he exclaimed.
“No, but I can be if you want,” replied the gargantuan, before promptly assuming the form of a giant perch.
Geralf struggled to reel in his latest catch. Whatever this thing was, it was powerful! And then, suddenly, the resistance on the line ceased, causing the good stitcher to fall over backwards in his chair. A giant mermaid-looking creature popped her head out of the pond. Dangling from one of her sodden strands of hair was Geralf’s fishing line. “Do you mind?!” she snapped, her booming voice scattering the surrounding wildlife.
Geralf could only muster a muted “sorry” as he cut the line.
-Piccolo, Dragonball Z Abridged
”…And just when I thought the line would assuredly snap, he reels in a fish ten times the size of the largest River Kaijin! No joke!”
“Yeah right, Mom.”
Quote from SnowBunny »Lol Polymorph is a stupid funny Card to run in the deck
Jalira, Master Polymorphist Lets you do some cray things too.
(Sorry, I haven't figured out how to format that deck tag yet)