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.


two kids, you and me

As they sat out in the field he couldn’t help but notice how the sun began to grow quite hot on his shoulders. There wasn’t the slightest bit of shade to betray the bright rays and although he still loved the way those golden beams played on the she-wolf’s fur, he began thinking of other places they could relocate to that might be cooler. He was thankful that a small breeze began blowing and for now the thought of moving elsewhere lingered in the back of his mind as his immediate attention was placed back on the multicolor vixen before him.

Although she didn’t say where she’d been born, Kaili did answer the more important part of the question. She was in fact raised in Blossom Forest. Where you were raised was vasly more important than where you were born. Leo had been born and raised here as well, albeit most of his early life was spent within the borders of a single pack. She was right in thinking he wasn’t though, he certainly didn’t smell like Blossom Forest anymore. As soon as he hit his teenage years he left the pack and Blossom Forest behind for a long time. He had only been back once before now as an adult only to discover his family was still as broken and hard to find as ever. At least then he could still find them, though. These days there wasn’t a trace of a sibling or parent to be found. If he hadn’t already spent most of his adult life lone this probably would have bothered him more. Actually, the fact that he didn’t know where any of his family was bothered him much less than it should have.

His smile widened when she said her name meant beautiful. He didn’t correct her when she doubted that fact. He had already been up front with her; that he thought she was quite a looker, especially with the gold in her hair. It was only his job to be honest with her. It wasn’t his job to convince her to think the same; that much was up to her. His eyes danced as they followed a flower that gently swam along the breeze, sticking itself in her fur. Kaili was quick to remove it, however he had thought it was rather fitting.

“Now, why’d you do that? That was a gift from the field.”

He used his paws to carefully scoop up the flower and lifted it up to his mouth where he very gingerly placed the very small amount of stem between his lips. He leaned forward and placed it facing forward in the crook where her skull met her ear. He leaned back into his place and just looked for thirty seconds or so, admiring the scene.

“See there. A perfect fit.”

Kaili then turned the question of origins to him. He licked his chops and answered in the same tone as he always did – that perfect mix of casual and charismatic.

“I was born here as well, actually. In the pack Malignant Felicity. My mother is Queens… she was the alpha there for many years before she turned into a vapor and vanished.” He couldn’t help (and honestly, didn’t try to help) that his chest was puffing out a little bit in pride. Being the son of an alpha was no small claim on his genetic resume. That didn’t even touch his Demonica half but that was best left for a longer conversation with less of a stranger. “Don’t feel bad for missing it, though. I’ve been gone from Blossom Forest for several moons.”

The tri-color male began panting a little as the sun really began to cook him. Now was probably a good time to bring up his earlier idea. He stood up and leaned forward, stretching out his back legs, and stood back up straight facing Kaili again, his tail level with his body in a neutral position and wagging slightly.

“You want to get out of here? A dip in the lake would probably feel extraordinary right now.”

He angled his broad frame towards the path that would lead to Leisure Lake. He hoped she would take him up on the invite. If not, hell, he might have to offer to meet up with her later. He liked her but he was never the type to form his plans entirely around somebody else. If she wanted to come, awesome! If not, he would be off for a swim and meet up with her later. Simple. He watched her with eager eyes, awaiting her response either way.


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