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.


What is Dead May Never Die


Life had turned upside down for the brute recently. For the longest time he had been living in Bright Moon. It was the first pack that had accepted him since he was forced to flee his home. He did not think at the time that any pack would become home again without his family, but Bright Moon had done just that. He had seen the pack through a lot, going from one alpha to another. While he was there he had seen two different alphas. One was more present than the other, and one he had grown a relationship with while the other he hardly knew. And then things had taken a drastic change when he became alpha. It was not something that he had to fight others for, but something that was asked of him and he was glad to accept. It had turned out to be a job that Summer greatly enjoyed and he had done his best to get to know each and every one of the vargs within his pack.

A lot of time had gone on with Summer being alpha, and he enjoyed the job in Bright Moon. The wolves there often liked to keep to themselves, but would come together when need be and he knew that he could count on them. As time went on the smoky colored brute noticed that less and less wolves were wandering around the pack, and he wondered if there was something wrong with him or his pack. But he tried not to let it bother him, letting any that needed a home or safe haven to come and join his small pack. But then, they had been joined by the unwanted company of a family of bears. It would have been a tough challenge for a large pack, but it was impossible for one as small as his to handle the situation. Himself, his niece, a newcomer named Aimery, and his friend Danger had attempted to try and scare the bears off, but it had not worked. It would be near impossible to do so when the bears had two cubs hanging around. Summer had been horrified to see the newcomer, a young white male, get killed in the fight, and he had grabbed Nzignha and fled with Danger. He knew that some would call it cowardly, but he did not need to prove himself to anyone by losing not only his life, but risking his friend and daughterís life.

It had taken Summer some time to overcome the depression that had filled him after the incident, but after time he knew he had to move on and the trio went to Munashii Gekko to start a new life at a new home. It had been easy enough to join, and the group had settled well into the pack. Summer looked forward to getting to know his new family and getting involved in pack activities. One morning when he awoke, he decided he wanted some time to himself, and he headed out of Munashiiís lands. Large grey paws carried his form through the trees, not having anywhere in particular to go. It was nice not to have to worry about others and to be able to just go out on his own with no cares in the world. He still had Nzingha under his care, but she was a teen now and not as vulnerable as when she was a pup. After some time he noticed that he had come to Blossom Field, which had plenty of flowers blooming in the spring weather. All of the snow had melted and supplied plenty of nutrients to the growing plants, and they smelled particularly sweet today. His nares inhaled deeply, taking in the many scents of the foliage and lupines around. His head began to feel a little fuzzy, and a giddiness overcame him. It was as if noting mattered now. It did not matter that he had seen a wolf die under his care, it didnít matter that he had let his pack down, it didnít matter that he had to flee.

A strong sense of calm was over Summer, and he felt almost sleepy because of it. His yellow orbs looked around, a lazy smile on his features. He then saw the familiar form of a wolf he knew from Bright Moon, Karla. He knew that she had been mates with the brute that had died, but the calming peace over his form didnít let him feel anything. She was rolling around in the flowers laughing, just like a carefree pup. He was glad to see that she did not seem upset, not realizing that it was because of the minerals that was being given off by the flowers. His paws carried him over to the female, a large smile on his features. ĒHello Karla, it is good to see you again, and looking so happy too!Ē He let out a laugh, his banner waving behind him gently.

||Summer||Lovers||Munashii Gekko ||Adult||Father Figure to Nzingha||Violet||
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