Bedtime Tale"Long ago, there was nothing but darkness and emptiness. Within this great absence was a single, genderless being, the Great Bat God, Hatul-Jonga. Though this god resembled little to what we know as a bat today. Hatul-Jonga had four slender, long legs that never ended, many glittering eyes, long soft fur, great feathery wings, and a scaly tail. This god was a beautiful thing. But Hatul-Jonga wandered throughout the darkness for a very long time, slowly becoming sad by the emptiness that crawled it's way into It's heart. Hatul-Jonga decided that there sound be something to fill the space. The god placed It's legs in four corners and snapped them off. In pain, Hatul-Jonga cried, the tears became to waters of the earth, trapped within the four corners. Seeing this water, Hatul-Jonga was very pleased. The god did not fall into the water, for Hatul-Jonga flew on brilliant wings. And for a time, It was pleased with the creation of water.
"Then, Hatul-Jonga thought there should be more. It gl