Fir Chilis is the name given to the dense string of forested land that fills much of Blossom Forest. There are two different populations, depending on where in the land you are. To the north lays the deciduous forest, full of maples, oaks, birches, and beeches. To the south lay a coniferous forest full of pines and firs. No matter where you are, the trees shelter you from the sun and the rain and the snow. Take care not to get lost in the woods however - you may never find your way out. There are other dangerous here too - predators waiting for their own prey. While the land is prosperous they do not pose too much of a threat, but whenever famine or drought hits, they will attack anything... even other Putnar.

Those looking to hunt will find the forests well stocked - there are white-tailed deer, turkeys, red squirrels, chipmunks, mermots, and moose.


Midnight's Magic

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Honestly, she didn’t know what to think. Aurora had been so silent; it seemed that her desperate trials to try and spike things up a bit did not do anything to help anyone. So, she decided to wait this small ounce of quiet out. The vixen led herself out of the territory, and into the outstanding day. Her once midnight treasures seemed to change her now, as she found herself learning more about the day and leaving less of the night. Perhaps maybe a change she didn’t expect, but it was what it was. And the only thing she could do was leave it at that. Without even another thought to provoke her leave, the ess found herself lead away to the boundaries to the outside of the terra and into the world open to the rest of the universe. However, with her clouded thoughts, she did not know where she was going on that cold, bright afternoon day.

Magic didn’t seem like herself as of late, as so many things were taking up all of the space. Glitch had left, once again, and the baroness did not understand why. Their love had suffered from it; she was not going to lie. He had left, without a second thought or even consulting her about it. Was he afraid of something? Could he not face something within their home? This forest? Or could it be worse? Was he afraid of.....her? The thought struck her down, reopening the wounds she had fought so hard to close. She had never wanted that to happen, and had would want to fix it if ever such a nightmare did exist. Only, there was a small problem; would he ever come back? The black ess looked on through the dulled afternoon with her amber gaze, the usual burn in her stare somewhat gone as her tail shrank all the way down to the ground. Her body layed off out her usual litheness, the shadows of the shadows missing her company as she moved closer to the sun. The girl wanted warmth, every single bit of it left in the world. Selfish a bit much, maybe. But she thought she deserved it. Until something entered the pit of her stomach and stayed there, a stone hitting her in belly.

The howl broke the silence around her, everything except her breath halting in one swift movement; her gaze did not even break from the ground. Until once she blinked, and raised her head, feet still planted safely to the ground. Of course not; it was not him, couldn’t be him. But how unmistakable his voice was, the gentle pull of the longing in her heart convincing her with undeniable strength. And aud flickered as she looked to the north and up to the gracious mountain. Rainbow Cliff? Was the wolf insane? How did he think he was going to get himself up there? Magic found her paws moving very slowly, each paw taking careful time in making a mark in the dirt before she lifted her step and continued. But then the features along her face broke, and a flash of trees blew before her eyes. It wasn’t the fast she could run, since the trees were far from thinning out, and she didn’t want to sprint there, for she knew that she couldn’t do it. Glitch would not call simply and expect her to come running. There needed healing in this relationship, and they both needed to own some responsibility on what happened. But the drive in her heart sent her moving forward. Faster.

The cliff appeared before her eyes, as well as other rock as she made herself climb. And soon, the shadows started take back their queen, and she saw him. He looked exactly like how he left; injured beyond repair with the faint scent of struggle in his shoulders. Her heart almost caved, but she willed herself to stand. Then, faster than she expected, her voice creaked from her vocals. “Glitch.” She let the words blend themselves into hours of long silence, or so it seemed, before she continued. “I’ve missed you, love.”


| Magic | Tied to Unmoglitch | No Pups | Gamma of Aurora Borealis | Thunderfoot |


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