Verdi has green tentacles and a green shell with a cloudy pattern on it. He often gets jealous. When he does, he thinks that others are in a better situation than he is and sometimes even complains about it. Together with the marmot and the bear, he decides to embark upon a journey. With their help, he manages to overcome his jealousy, and cope. And, of course, Areo, who is a member of the Bravyan council at the castle, is on his side, too. During his journey, Verdi looks at the source of the west river, a natural statue of a peacock. He identifies with the peacock. Verdi is sure that all the animals envy the peacock, while the peacock itself is completely unaware of its supreme status, and envies others. Verdi discovers that air is the source of his power, and he is able to deal superbly well with whatever he encounters.