Who needs lyrics when you can just blub?The Tune-a is a fish food item that can be found in rivers in The Purewater Isles.
Octo Slime (Raxel920's version)
On the Ranch
Tune-a in close proximity to other Tune-a will periodically lay eggs that hatch into Tune-a Sharp. However, keeping too many Tune-a in close proximity makes them anxious and egg production will come to a halt. Savvy ranchers with an understanding of the complex nature of fish romance will always keep their ponds and rivers from exceeding 12 grown fish.
Tune-a are an odd type of fish that communicate by sending out sound waves in a pattern that resembles music. As it turns out, they often use a frequency that resonates with water, which vibrates it and if enough of them are doing it at once, it could throw some of them out. If they are kept in a pond, ranchers must disrupt their water periodically to prevent any escapes, or they may be kept in a river (Ideally The Slipstream) with the Tune-a Feeder gadget.
Have voices to high to sing, but they can dream.
Tune-a Sharp are the Chickadoos of Tune-a.
On the Ranch
Tune-a Sharp will never be eaten by slimes. Some believe this is because slimes are too kind-hearted to do such a thing. Others believe it's because Tune-a Sharp don't yet have enough meat on their bones.
Tune-a Sharp are baby fish that will eventually grow into Tune-a.
On The Ranch
Tune-a Flat are Tune-a that have lived past their prime. While their fishy taste isn't favored by any slimes, they will still be eaten. Their voice boxes have grown to a level too low to communicate, and so they can no longer mate.
Imagine a half note with a flag on its tail, laid sideways. Now imagine a fish underlaid on that note, so the head is inside the circle and the tail is in the, well, tail. the Sharp is thinner and has a "b" fin, and the Flat is fatter and has a "#" fin.