Each gulp relieved a huge amount of pain and soreness that had was weighing down on Haku'na. The young man was slowly beginning to feel like himself again. "Gaahh!!...Ahh..Ahh.." Haku'na emerged from behind the barrel, gasping for air. He nearly finished the entire gallon off in that one go. He had never been this thirsty in his entire life, and wished to never be so again. The two introduced themselves and explained the situation. Seemed days like this, not too many walked the street. "Understandable" Thought Haku'na to himself, as he finished the rest of the water, handing the small barrel back to the man. He was rushing off to work, having to leave a bit late for his fishing trip. The wife was heading to the local library, where she was to open up for a small school book fair. They both seemed rather busy, so Haku'na began to bow, and proceed to leave. "Wait sir! We could possibly use your service. We notice your Guild tattoo. We put a request out recently." The tiny woman spoke up, unafraid to speak to Haku'na, who was a foot taller than she. Haku'na turned back around and smiled, interested in how he could help his rescuers, and make some jewels.The husband left, unable to wait, but shook Haku'na's hand and asked him to listen to his wife. Haku'na smiled and wished the man a safe journey, before turning back to the woman. She explained everything about their son, a young man a little younger than Haku'na who wished to start joining his father on his fishing trips. However he was unable to swim, which would surely prove fatal in the long run. Haku'na knew how treacherous the ocean's water could be, and how strong the body and mind must also be, to endure. He agree, and followed the woman to her son.