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.


Yeah, you've got it all

This is where I had stopped after days of travelling, my paws feeling ready to drop off, and an ache pounding through my body. I thought I had been ready to face the world when i left, but I can see now that I may have acted out without enough thinking. I know my wonder at what may lie beyond is what had spurred me to venture out, but with my paws and legs and everything else aching, I'm not really sure what I had been thinking. The negativity was likely stemming from the aching of my body, the way I really needed some rest and food. What should I do from here? Something in me just feels so isolated and alone, with no family to tell my troubles to. I know there are strengthening herbs all around me, hidden in all the blooming flowers, waiting for me to dig them up and put them to good use. I turn my head to look for them, to break free from the lost hollowness gnawing in my chest.

Pulling one up by it's roots, I pulled the petals into my mouth and chewed them up, and when it's made into a gooey paste I apply them to my aching pawpads. It feels like some weird set of muck stuck to my pads, but in a little bit it should start to work. Casting a gaze around me for another useful plant, I can feel the paste start to seep into my pads, starting to soothe that painful aching. There are some poppies over there, if I wanted something to ease myself to sleep. Would I want to sleep without a temporary den though? It wouldn't be safe to sleep out in the open, would it?

A fat water droplet lands on my snout, and I sneeze in a mixture of surprise and inhaling a bit of it. It seems that rain was on it's way, and all I could do was hope that it wasn't going to be too heavy. I didn't know of anywhere to shelter, though maybe the rain would give me something other than loneliness to think about. In a moment's breath I wasn't alone any more, and with the stranger came the onslaught of rain, as my blue jade eyes seek to meet his. He had seemed to come out of nowhere, or maybe I had somehow just failed to hear his arrival. He speaks, and the words themselves cause an odd stirring, the skin beneath my fur to flush. It wasn't that the word was foreign to me at all, as I had heard it time and time again while I was still at home, but coming from his mouth it was different.

"You're...wet." Those were the words that decided to roll off my tongue and exit my lips, and maybe it was from how our fur was touching in places, maybe it was the way he was shielding me from the sudden spell of rain, and the fact that i just said something so utterly obvious, was appalling to me. I was a healer and the destined mystic back home, usually calm and composed and wise with answers for the ailed, and that is what i had just said in response. His tongue drags in a soothing lick over my midnight fur, and for a moment I feel but a child again even if that isn't his intent. This picture is honestly ironic to me, because he's the sunshine in the rain. Of course his golden coat is getting wetly plastered against his skin, and he could catch a cold if we don't find proper shelter, and that's what i should have said instead of making the comment about him being wet.

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