Where once the southern border of Blossom Forest was made by Leisure Lake, the magical rearrangement of the lands has laid there instead a vast, uncrossable ocean. The shore differs as you travel along it. Tall mountainous cliffs arise on the western part and at one point, the large river that runs through Blossom Forest opens up at its tributary into a well sheltered cove. As you come more eastward, the towering peaks shorten into rocky foothills. A large section of the shore is inaccessible to most, as Uyaraut has claimed it as their own. But if you skirt around their territory, the hills disappear, swallowed up into the land until it is as flat as the eye can see. The vibrant greens dull into short and dry browns and tans, and the land dries and cracks apart until it melds into The Waste - the desert that forms Blossom Forestís easternmost border.

For those looking to hunt here, there are of course the fish within the ocean, along with crabs, seals and urchins. For on the shore, there are seagulls, herons, and ospreys.



Just your average wolf
Four ivory paws move in a steady march, perhaps almost keeping to a set beat. Music nobody could hear but Rae herself. Thump thump thump thump. Rae's hips swing suddenly, twirling in a tight circle, jade optics glinting against the sunlight. It was peaceful here, within the clutches of Blossom's sanctuary. Rae had been living quietly within it's borders for several weeks now, avoiding however, any others she might encounter. Wolves were social creatures, they crave bond and family. To be separated from a pack was almost certainly a death sentence. However Rae had split away from her family. Leaving behind those she knew, and while she was aware of the dark shadow of Epsilon, and the vague whiffs of his musky cologne where the gladiator had not been careful enough to conceal his presence, she was alone. Three siblings, a best friend, and all those whom sat both above and below Rae within her pack.

Rae was not anything, if the moderately built vixen was not average. Her height, her build, the valkyrie was perfectly capable of having an average conversation, and the snowy temptress had sat perfectly balanced in the middle of the ranks within her previous pack. In fact, the only feature Rae possessed that was not completely lacking in character was her optics. Sharp green, jade, like dark leaves on a warm summers day, and had Epsilon not told her time and time again, she would most likely assume her lanterns were also average. Rae had done not one single thing to make her different from everyone else. Her hunting skills were decent, however her tracking skills were subpar, if she could not see it with her own gazers, the colorless wolfess would perhaps, never find it.

Rae was tired. She was tired of living in the middle. Mid height, mid weight, mid skills, mid life. Rae wanted to become something. No, Rae wanted to become someone. And so the snow covered faerie pranced through the forest, dancing to the beat of her own drum, dancing, on a ray of sun. Rae hated that name, it was too long. It held true to her, the canine's hips swayed just a touch more than average, her tail strumming some imaginary instrument, while her feet patted out a pattern. If Rae was not singing and dancing, she was not well.

This is why when the girl came upon the clearing within leisure lake, she halted in her steps. Wolves were gathering, something important was happening here. Posture meant everything and these wolves were serious. Whatever this little group was planning, it was important, and Rae wanted to be a part of it, which is why when the words of the russet and ivory lady reached midrange audits, the girl flickers them softly and steps up behind her. "I can not speak for these others, ma'am, but it is clear and easy to see your goals are large and your need for assistance is high." Lowering her body to the earth in a submissive pose, rae dips her cranium to the earth. "I can promise you my support. To the death."

For an average wolf, what did she have to lose?


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