The Ice Mountain is much smaller than Wolf Mountain, yet climbing up it is far more difficult and shouldn't be attempted in winter. Some creatures collect the shiny stones at the peak of this mountain for necklaces.
|*|L.I.G.H.T|*| IP: 18.104.22.168 Posted on October 18, 2010 at 08:33:15 PM by Aratamete
While he stood directly beside the pile of wood and the giant branch, he didn't even seem to flinch when the ice shards shattered the wood. Even when she piled them all together into a very managable pile, he still stared blankly at her. Watching her every move. When she flopped down and told him to light the fire, he jolted.
"C-can't.." He said softly, trembling, "I can't d-do fire.. I can't make a fire.. I don't have skill.. I can't light a fire.. I c-can't do it.. Anonymous probably c-can.. Not me not me not me not me.." And he continued, shaking, until his legs gave out and he fell to a laying position, his eyes wide and watching the wood, as though it would attack him. "I can't d-do it M-.. I-ice.. Sorry.. I did not mean to call you Miss.. That's rude.. I'm rude.. I'm sorry.. I can't make fire.." He mumbled a bit, whining and rubbing his paws over his eyes. He wasn't mentally stable. He couldn't stand the sight of it.
Simple enough? Not. Nothing was simple for the wolf. He glared down at the wood. "Stupid wood.. It knows I can't light it.. It's teasing me.. Telling me how horrible I am.." He barked at the wood angrily, "THINK YOU'RE SO FUNNY?! THINK I CAN'T DESTROY YOU?!" He was losing it. As he stepped forward to bite into the wood, a spark lit in the center of the wood, then quickly combusted, flaring straight into his face. He yiped and fell to the side, shaking and covering his face, whining loudly in pain. Replies: