• Vol. 03
  • Chapter 02

Deep Down

Dark and lonely in an alien world, filled with the familiar, unable to see its surroundings, it floats innocently through the open water.

The danger comes from all directions. Little balls of lights like stars entice anything with eyes sensitive enough to perceive them. But the odds of running into something with eyes down here is miniscule. They simply aren't necessary. With teeth too big for its own mouth, the danger waits in ambush. It preys on what it feels.

Size matters; the smaller you are, the better. You don't want to stand out. There's always something lurking quietly in the distance, waiting for you to mess up, conserving as much energy as possible. Instead of cowering in fear, you embrace it. You know you're invisible. No one will bother you down here, unless you ask for it.