Legends speak of a Kami named Dorogo who took pity on mortals being subject to the chaos wrought by the Kaiju, so he willingly fell from the sky and into the ocean to serve as a hidden guardian. It took a meticulous investigation to finally seek out the elusive Dragon-Koi and find the legends proved themselves to be true-- at least regarding the Kaiju being hidden in the ocean depths section of the tale and unfortunately not a mortal-defending guardian. Being about the size of an Atakebun, the Dragon-Koi is undoubtedly the most enormous creature lurking in the depths. It comes across as passive, so long as you stay above the surface. The moment you touch the water is the moment you should make peace with death. It unleashes a frost beam to freeze the surface and trap you underwater, leaving you to either freeze to death or drown-- whichever gets you first. It prefers remaining deep within the ocean, so you should lure it to closer the surface by dropping depth bombs to heat the water and make it escape to the top as it hates the heat. It can, however, absorb radiation from the sun to harness either a solar beam attack or a blinding flash attack, so don’t let it draw too close to the surface either. If you damage it enough and don’t keep bringing on heat, it can freeze itself into a shell of ice to restore its abilities and regulate its temperature. If the complete legend speaks true, then the Kami has undoubtedly lost its sense of identity and is genuinely a Kaiju to be feared amongst the others.
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