Eddy1215 on Nov 7th 2017 at 12:59:50 PM
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Arivne on Apr 26th 2018 at 2:56:56 PM
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It's not known why it attracts such attention. It could be the phenomenon of water actually standing still in the air, being able to get an up close view of sea creatures within their home environment without getting wet, or perhaps just the thrill of being able to walk along the seabed. Whatever the case, ever since Moses, the concept of the ocean being parted has intrigued all forms of fiction.
Usually, the means by which this deed is accomplished varies. Most of the time, it's the cause of a magical spell or someone who can control water. Other times, it can be done by a machine that can manipulate gravity.Even more amazing, it can be a natural event that occurs every millennium or so.
Of course, the biggest risk is that whatever caused the parting to end, resulting in the sea collapsing and returning to its normal state...while there are still people in space between the parted waves!
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