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.
I-Will-Not-Bow IP: 188.8.131.52 Posted on December 8, 2013 at 08:30:37 AM by Azar
she heard something...a voice that sounded miraculously similar to Tundras. But...no, that wouldn't be right. It seemed that she, in her greif, had dreamed him up again. That was odd...he hadn't spoken last time. She was certain that the dream Tundra had stayed silent, and she was unsure if she liked or disliked the addition of his voice in this new one. Though, she supposed wryly, it at least meant she remembered him.
Turning slowly, Azar's eyes searched the snow, sharp eyes finding Tundra's chilly form. She stared for a few moments, as if giving him time to leave again. Then, when it became apparent he was staying, she grinned widely and bounded towards him, burrying her face in his warm fur.
"Tundra! You...you're here. I missed you!" She laughed, overjoyed at finding her friend again.
"I just...came here to think things over. What are you doing here? I've been looking for you!"
He was solid, he was real...he was back. She couldn't wait to hear how he had been doing; how he had been, who he had met...everything. It was dizzying how happy she was to find him again. The news of her mother was forgotten for now; swept up in the heady pleasure of finding a familiar face amongst the bitter snow. He could make her feel better. He was sweet and kind, and she would show him everything she had learned here, and perhaps he would stay for longer this time. She didn't want him to leave again. Replies: