FB (Low Full)
After his father – who was also a fisherman – passed away, Gunther spent a number of years on his own. His lifestyle was a solitary one, traveling across the country in search of new fishing spots and merchants to whom to sell his catch. One day in the forest, he happened upon a small lizard. The poor beast looked sickly, so Gunther offered it some of his day’s bounty as he set up camp for the night. Thenext morning, the lizard looked in much better spirits. Gunther bid him good day and started on his wayto the next fishing spot. Curiously, the lizard followed him. Though it rendered Gunther a bit cross, thiscontinued every day until finally it was clear to him that he was stuck with the little guy, who he namedCornelius. Well, Cornelius is no longer a “little guy”, but the two are still constant companions. They prove quite a sight in each new community they encounter, and sometimes it can lead to trouble. That being the case, they prefer lazy afternoons spent fishing and enjoying the beauty of their surroundings. Despite being a carnivore, Cornelius has developed a peculiar fondness for apples. Every now and again, the pair return to a lovely fishing spot blessed with not only a wealth of fish, but also a pair of rogue apple trees.