Yeah, at this point we don't have much to go on about what the Sea God looks like (other than the idol) and how its power works. And it's supposed to be incapacitated right now! Imagine how ridiculously powerful the thing must be when fully able... I think it's pretty awesome how Miura set this little excursion up, as we're really witnessing how different the world is now. It's not just some trolls running around anymore, we have ancient malevolent beings worthy to be called gods that are trying to take control of entire areas of the world. H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard would approve.Maldoror said:Oh yeah, it's been mentioned earlier. Really cool thing to know! With that in mind it does make sense for it to be a separate creature with villagers being smaller versions/parts of it. Still not sure though... can't wait to learn more about the Sea God and its influence!
Ah, well in the case of the villagers, it could be I guess. We haven't seen them attached to anything, and yet the innkeeper managed to transform into an exact replica of the smaller monsters that attacked the Sea Horse earlier. I wouldn't bet on it, but it's not impossible.Imperator Perpetuo said:Ah, I see what you’re saying about the sea cucumber, my friend. I was thinking that each tentacle was an individual sea cucumber monster.
Don't mention it.Imperator Perpetuo said:And thank you so much for the reply. I truly appreciate it. :)