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Kane Hoalani

by Micha F. Lindemans
An ancient Polynesian god, father of the goddess Pele. He owned a seashell so small that a man could hold it in his hand. If placed on the ocean waves it would quickly grow into a splendid sailing ship. It is larger than any owned by man, with sails the color of mother of pearl. The owner just had to board it and name his desired destination, and he would be carried there in no time.

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  • Also known as:
    Kane Milohai

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