Church history records that in 1670 the choirmaster at Germany’s Cologne Cathedral was faced with a problem that still challenges parents, teachers, and choir directors today. In ancient Cologne, as well as in thousands of churches today, the children in the choir often grew restless and noisy during the long services. He sought out a local candy maker, and after looking over the treats in his shop, the music leader paused in front of some white sweet sticks. Yet the choirmaster wondered if the priests and parents would allow him to give the children in his choir candy to eat during a church service. The choirmaster asked the candy maker if he could bend the sticks and make a crook at the top of each one. The candy would not be just a treat; it would be a teaching tool. The choirmaster decided that the candy’s pure white color would represent the purity of Christ. The crook would serve as a way for the children to remember the story of the shepherds who came to visit the baby Jesus. The shepherds carried staffs or canes, and with the hook at the top of the stick, the candy now looked like a cane.”. Candies Legend is a hexagon match-three game, which is sweet and addictive. Eliminate candies to collect panels and bear cookies. Challenge yourself to get 3 stars. How to play: 1) Match 3 or more candies to eliminate them. 2) Collect panels by eliminating candy on top of it. 3) Make bear cookies fall down to transition point and . The Legend X Fly Rod by St. Croix Rods - ICAST 2017..