Susil Crags

Disaster has struck!
The Crags are a series of rocky formations with small caves and crevices throughout. Many of the lower-lying areas of the Crags have been flooded, however, with water pouring in from the Northern stretches of Moladion. Some paths have been completely submerged, and some are nothing more than a few rocky peaks sticking out of the water. The water is fairly slow moving but begins to pick speed up towards the Grotto, becoming a series of intense rapids and waterfalls as it nears the Grotto's entrance.

The area itself is still traversible. However, it can be risky. Large amounts of debris can enter the waterway, creating bridges at times but also creating dams that break and cause ocassional flash-flooding. Be careful, travelers! One wrong step and you could end up finding out where the water goes.

Note: Susil Crags will return to normal once 25 posts have been completed (or at Staff discretion). During this time, new threads will receive a 'Surprise','Disaster', and prizes.

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restless: i found your weakness

He did nothing without reason? That had always been true, but for what reasons could he have to step out of the spotlight? To allow his glory to slowly wither away until it no longer existed? She could not stop her head from tilting ever so slightly at his comment, a brow twitching in curiosity though she dare not further press the question - Heyel had always been secretive, that she understood well. He was good at bargaining, prying information and keeping his own to himself - unless he deemed one worthy. Truly he would have been an impeccable ally; even now, she had to believe he knew plenty of information in regards to not only the other packs but of their very leaders. If only he could get over his silly beliefs of Angels and Demons - of wrong and right. What had been wrong with survival? Jaidah - Fatality - even Tobias all survived and yet they had been announced sinners because of it. They were strong, it was simple. She had seen them as a weakness in the past but since their survival of tragedy and destruction - they had proven themselves. He could suit himself, though. At least it would make the new world more interesting, right?

She offered him merely a slight smirk of a smile as she searched his gaze; for what, she did not know. She merely searched for some hint - anger, frustration, even sadness somewhere within those eyes. Surely he had not been folly enough to forget the pain of losing a mate? Children? She knew well that it had been the hardest thing in her life to try and overcome the loss of three of her own - but to lose a mate? Unspeakable. She had at least come through with not only Vague but Nero alongside her, too and even then... it never ended, never truly numbed. But Heyel? It seemed he had began to fill his time with business transactions once more. But what had he really come for? Lost souls it seemed, for he cared to indulge her in a spiel of them it seemed. A chuckle thrummed in her chest - light and airy - and her head tilted once more, ears cupped further forward.

"You speak of lost souls as if you have been one yourself," she chortled, entertained wholeheartedly by the idea behind it.

It was hard to imagine Heyel as anything but the diplomat - she knew well that he had trained beneath a Master, had most likely killed a myriad of wolves and yet... he was frozen in her mind. Frozen as the white King who had approached her at Mirovis and spieled about the surrounding packs; frozen as the King who had banished her mate then taken him back with full forgiveness. It was difficult to imagine him now as a threat - the trained killer he was. Such a realisation had come the day she had sighted young Ava in the outer rim; Azrael lurking about the Eastern Crater and his other, slighter, set of eyes - Malina - prowling about wherever she could. The idea alone that three would undoubtedly come after her at some point was not so frightening but more... irritating. Irritating for the fact that they would not play nice - they would target her children, undoubtedly, even though they wanted her or her pack mates. She could hardly hide the rapid fire thoughts that shot through her mind - her eyes narrowed slightly and her features dropped into a less than pleasant sneer.

The subject changed, however, once more to backfire at her and she forced a brow up in offense at his words. Her lips twitched once more, revealing the very tips of her teeth before she composed herself with a light huff. An accusation, it seemed, though as subtle as it were. Still, she forced her features flat and even, her gaze sliding to meet his, holding it for some moments as she considered her choice of words. There were a lot of loose ends when it came to Heyel and his lot. There were too many threats - too many chances for him to not only take her, but to take her family and companions. Risks and chances that were... unacceptable.

"If I didn't know you better, Heyel, I would think that you were accusing me of something -" she begun, her brow sliding up her features expectantly, "But I know being so subtle is often not your tactic. If you have a question, why do you not ask it openly? I am honest when approached honestly. Now, ask what it is you have come to ask or I shall be taking my leave - I have my family and companions to attend to."



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