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Croxi - Briar and Captain’s Adventure

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Once upon a time, there was a pirate kid named Briar and a greedy Captain. They sailed on their ship from island to island in search of treasure. Every day, they went to different islands, Briar looking for adventure and the Captain looking for treasure. Until one day, Briar found a gem the Captain had been searching for on an island. She took the gem and the two sailed off with it.

Because of that, the ocean evacuated the ship's surrounding area, and Briar found that they are unable to sail. Because of that, Briar tried their best to get the ship to sail, but was unsuccessful. When they could not figure it out, they went to the captain for help, but was paid no mind. Because of that, Briar was dissatisfied with being ignored, soon realizing that the captain seemed to care more about the gem they found than their situation.

Until finally, Briar decided to try and steal the gem. When they failed, they got upset and convinced the Captain of what she needed to do with the gem. The gem was returned to the ocean. Ever since then, the water has returned to the ship, and the Captain and Briar are a lot closer than they were before. The moral of the story is the real treasure is the friends you made along the way.

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