Raise some hell underwater
I’m now in a beach area. Naturally, I decide I’m going to raise some hell. I take out a couple on a pedal boat, a group of people on a unicorn pool floaty, and even chomp down a few speed boats. I grab turtles with my teeth and launch them at other fish with a swift, powerful swipe of my tail. Suddenly, even the fish around me are weapons, launching them with voracity like shurikens. Then, I’ve garnered the attention of a shark hunter by the name of Scaly Pete. This time, he’s on a boat far bigger than I. A spear is fired at me, I’m captured and whisked away.
Next cutscene, this same boat pulls up in a Bayou area. Our hero hangs cruelly strung up, barely alive. Scaly Pete gores the shark, ripping a teenage shark from its stomach. Then, the offspring fights back. It gets a neat chunk off of one of Pete’s arms and then escapes into the swamp. Make no mistake, Maneater is a revenge story. I swim off, now controlling the teen spawn. I’ll be back for you soon, Scaly Pete.