A Divinity of the sea, the herder of the sea's "flocks" (seals and suchlike). Imaged as an grumpy old man, he was a wisdom-master, and
knows all things, past, present, and future. He will not divulge his knowledge unless, catching him unawares, one can bind him sufficient to keep him,
even though he can change his shape at will. Caught, he will answer one question, then escape into the sea.
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