Pocket God - Arrival of Ooga Chp2Klik is not one to get frightened easily. Startled, yes, but under normal circumstances he has sufficient brainpower to overcome something shocking so he could devise some kind of solution to the problem at hand in order to do what was best for the tribe.Pocket God - Arrival of Ooga Chp22 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
This predicament had left him utterly gobsmacked.
Another Pygmy had been washed up on the beach, one that they did not recognize. This was not a situation that any of the residents of Sand Island had been expecting, or would ever expect, for that matter.
After spending a great deal of time removing the kelp from the body, Klik had regained his composure enough to check for vital signs. He was relieved and somewhat surprised to find that the stranger was still alive, seeing as how the waters surrounding Sand Island on any given day were infested with sharks, piranhas, jellyfish, squid, you name it they had it.
It had taken some effort to move the Pygmy to the large hut where the tribe of five slept, and even more time to weave a quick
Pocket God- Arrival of Ooga Chp1In the distant past- like, 'millions of years' distant- there existed a tiny civilization known as the Pygmies. They were, true to their name, miniature people that lived in an equally miniature world. Their needs were simple – they ate, slept, played games, and lived in communities commonly known as Tribes. Every Pygmy was said to originate from one ancient Tribe that existed long ago on a single continent, but according to legend, the splitting of the land's edges into fragments had caused a permanent separation of the Pygmy people, and so the single Tribe became many, dispersed among the world's islands that surrounded the continent known as Pangaea.Pocket God- Arrival of Ooga Chp12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The Pygmies worshipped deities they referred to collectively as 'The Gods' – they went by many names, but over time, distinctions had blurred. The Pygmies sacrificed offerings of food and paid their respects to the gods, often seeking guidance in difficult times.
However, the gods were not forgiving gods.
By the will of the all-powerful