As the eagle Bu Tha Ge was carrying the frightened wolf in his ferocious, magical claws, he saw that it was actually a woman wearing the furs of the great and terrible beast, the Wolf of the Downs. Bu Tha Ge was so frightened that he nearly dropped the beautiful woman, and beside himself, set her in a broken boat floating aimlessly on the sea.
When the woman awoke, she saw she was alone. Over the next few days as the boat wandered the seas, she saw wondrous things: lights in the skies, great and awesome beasts fighting on the horizon, ghost and demon ships floating in from the edge of the sky, and disappearing just as quickly. Soon, however, she began to feel hungry, as there was no food on the boat. There was strangely, an axe though, and no sooner than she found the axe, did she find her boat wandering through a fog-laden grove of giant mangroves. She also heard a voice crying out in the darkness of the fog. Gathering her strength, she hefted the axe and began to cut her way through the sea-trees, and found a small, young boy with bright golden hair crying on a sandbank.