I don't think I ever put this here:
A mass of dark green seaweed shaped with two hanging arms, somber eyes, and a gaping mouth.
Pale arms and legs of corpses are sticking out out of the seaweed, with some of them losing skin or stripped down to the bone.
200 Attack x1
500 Attack x3
Healing Spring x4
Water Rapid x3
Water Crash x2
Power Flow x1
Fresh Start x1
Controlled Quote: "Please run...I can't stop this."
Enemy Quote: "I'm sorry."
Combat Entrance: Drags itself in slowly from the side of the screen.
Charging: The seaweed making up its body wriggles.
Casting a Spell: Raises its arms up in the air, the seaweed ones and the corpses'.
Shielding: Holds its seaweed and the corpses' arms in front of it.
1-Hit Combo: Raises itself high in the air and smashes down on the opponent.
2-Hit Combo: Extends both its arms into the opponent.
3-Hit Combo: Attacks the opponent with a water spout from its mouth.
5-Hit Combo: The seaweed consumes the opponent, and the corpses' arms and legs move into the seaweed to attack.
Upon Victory: Turns around and droops its head down.
Upon Defeat: The seaweed falls apart onto the ground and some of the corpses are exposed.
Hundreds of years ago there was a necromancer named Siriso who led an attack against the world in an attempt to rule over its inhabitants, who he intended to turn undead. The struggle went on for more than 20 years, with Siriso bringing anyone he had slain to his side and a powerful healer named Demria sustaining the side fighting to survive, as well as easily dispatching undead with her healing magic. Finally, Demria led an attack against Siriso's tower as retribution for those who had fallen, getting rid of Siriso's remaining undead with her healing spells. She found him alone at the highest room in the tower, but she was alone and untrained in combat magic. She tried to keep herself alive for long enough to have the rest of the army reach her, but Siriso's dark magic overpowered her. Siriso fled the tower with the badly wounded Demria, as Demria's followers set his tower alight.
He took her to a lake far from the tower and said "I want you to suffer as you made me suffer throughout this war. And then, finally, you will be mine", as he threw Demria into the lake. She did not have the energy to swim up or heal herself as she slowly dropped to the bottom of the lake and drowned. As she fell, she was caught amongst seaweed and other unfortunate souls who had died in the same lake. After waiting about an hour, Siriso cast a resurrection spell towards the bottom of the lake where he had killed Demria. She awoke feeling very distant from her body and she heard multiple whispers in her mind, but she could not understand them and she knew they were not hers. She was drawn against her will to drag herself out of the lake towards Siriso, who was trying to control her. When she reached him he laughed and said "You used to be a healer, now look at you. You are a monster, under my complete control." Against her will, she quickly attacked him. The corpses that had been resurrected together were fighting for control, but most of them were killed by Siriso so they immediately set out to kill him. When he was dead, the mass of seaweed forced him down into the lake as revenge. Demria had retained her ability to speak and heal, but she was only one of many corpses who fought over control so she rarely could control its movements. She tried to stay away from living things so she would not be able to hurt them, but she sometimes moved to them and attacked against her will. She wandered the land of Oversoul for years, as rumors of this vicious behemoth spread and the healer Demria was forgotten.