Capricorn 27. A group of fish at the edge of a pool. They are looking up at someone.
The Mimora fish of Aab eat no food but rather feed off the perception of living beings. When visitors stand by the pool in the temple gardens where the Mimora live the fish come near the surface at the edge of the pond and gaze into the faces above them. Later it is seen that pictures appear on their shining iridescent scales, pictures which float into and out of focus as they move across the fishes bodies. These are pictures of the faces they saw, and of the memories they found in those faces.
In fact Serapis has developed a technique for the restoration of memory. He takes a person to the pool and once the Mimora have seen him he sees his own past reflected in their bodies, which, over time, strengthens and restores his own memory.