Mystical humanoids were always thought as myths or old folk tales to many humans. The idea of humanoids living in the mighty seven seas struck an interests among scientists and archeologist. Where many explorers would try to piece the puzzle of a world known as 'Atlantis' together and other odd findings dating back to the Roman gods, Greek Mythology, Nessie, to the mysterious formations of lakes within lakes. Science quickly swallowed all doubts of these supernatural beings when the first mermaid was discovered. The first of several years were filled with documentaries about her. It wasn't until, they found out more about them and how they were not so different from the human race. She was friendly, but firm and would not allow the humans to trespass into her home. As more mermaids and other humanoid sea creatures were discovered, their population started to decrease significantly for many were killed and used in experiments then their scales became of value to the public. They all feared what would occur if they swam above the surface. So they remained down in the deepest depths of the ocean, where no one could see or reach them. Though there were some who weren't afraid of humans, and were rather curious about the land creatures. After a light storm and an ambush from some sailors, along with the low tides, a figure was unconscious and dragged along the shore before settling still in the sand. The figure was beaten badly as though it was fighting for its life. The merman was larger than the average male with. His fin was a crystal clear blue like the ocean, and his scales gleamed, and glowed against the sun's powerful rays. His hair was long and dark brown. He was faced down in the sand.