Once this place used to hold the yin and yang scenery of Blossom Field. Now, there are miles of winding tundra. To the north, this tundra is cruel and dry, with wisping weaves of tall grasses. The ground is cracked and cold, and it hardly is ever moistened by dearly desired rainfall. To the south, the tundra becomes more prosperous - meadows of flowers and herbs grace the ground. Part of this connects near Elebeam Weargtreow - however it is an impassible field of poppy, which will put any wolf trying to cross it into a deep slumber, and eventually die.

Those looking to hunt here will find mice, snakes, and rabbits, along with pronghorns, bison, and javalinas.


I'm a Survivor

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After finding Lupin and bringing him into Abendrot, she had left the terra, abandoning the pup there. She was not his mother in the traditional respect. Sure, Halina would protect him, teach him lessons that would be important for the rest of his life, make sure he was healthy... but she would protect him by showing him how to defend himself. She would teach him how to fight, who to respect, who to question, and how to not only survive but thrive in life. And she would make sure he was health by giving him no other options - he would hunt for himself and make his own den, among other things. If he didn't hunt, he would starve and die. If he didn't make his own den, he would be vulnerable in the night and freeze to death during the winter. Lupin's life would be hard during his childhood, but he would find that it would set him up well to life out the rest of his life in this pack.

Halina's first tasks for the pup had been for him to dig himself out a den near her own. It would take the pup a good long while and once he was done, he would no doubt collapse from exhaustion and sleep for long hours, so Halina had a fair amount of free time on her paws before he would wake up. Her stomach was full, but she figured that the best way for the pup to learn was to be rewarded when he did something right. She planned on praising him occasionally, but doing it too much would make him prideful, and being overly cocky could be a dangerous thing indeed. And so instead, the femme decided to catch him a small meal, one that would fill his stomach for a few days. After that, Lupin would be on his own. She would not allow him to expect gifts or an easy way of life... but to appreciate them when received. And so, she started heading toward Prey Plateau but midway there, she paused midstride. Most often, packs or a mated pair went there to hunt the larger prey. It was unlikely that hares or partridges would be outside of their dens at the heightened peak of the sun. They were fast and swift, but as solitary small animals they did not have many adequate defenses against her powerful maw.

Smiling, she turned her paws toward Blossom Field instead, her darker side enjoying the duality of the place. It spoke her soul that most things in life were split. Male and female, life and death, old and young, hungry and full, Alpha and Omega. But it also spoke to the unpredictability of life. What were the odds that the field would be so perfectly split? Or that the dead portion still had yet to reseed even with the fertile field directly to its side? Halina's own life had changed so much in ways that she could not have possibly imagined as a pup. And every day she was thankful that it had.

The fae smiled and immediately dropped to the earth, hiding her dark form in the tall grasses as her sharp gaze landed upon a nearby coney that she spotted as soon as she arrived at the margin of the field. Slowly, she stalked toward it, mind actively working to decide where the hare would run where and if it detected her before she lunged toward it. Suddenly, the hare raised, its tall ears peeking out above the top of the seedheads, swiveling, trying to find her. The ess froze, each muscle tightened and ready to lunge, and then suddenly she released, her form exploding toward the hare, expecting it to run away from her, but her aim should have her land directly upon the hare... but little did she know that there was another predator hidden in the grasses, eyes locked upon the same prey as she.

|| Warrioress|| My heart is my own || No Kin || Abendrot || No Rank || Azura ||


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