Susil Crags

Disaster has struck!
The Crags are a series of rocky formations with small caves and crevices throughout. Many of the lower-lying areas of the Crags have been flooded, however, with water pouring in from the Northern stretches of Moladion. Some paths have been completely submerged, and some are nothing more than a few rocky peaks sticking out of the water. The water is fairly slow moving but begins to pick speed up towards the Grotto, becoming a series of intense rapids and waterfalls as it nears the Grotto's entrance.

The area itself is still traversible. However, it can be risky. Large amounts of debris can enter the waterway, creating bridges at times but also creating dams that break and cause ocassional flash-flooding. Be careful, travelers! One wrong step and you could end up finding out where the water goes.

Note: Susil Crags will return to normal once 25 posts have been completed (or at Staff discretion). During this time, new threads will receive a 'Surprise','Disaster', and prizes.

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She didn't know what happened after she left but she never had doubts that her children could take care of themselves. She may have skipped out on some of their childhood but she didn't miss all of it. She was there to start teaching her daughters how to be strong and independent, how to be fighters. They knew how to take care of themselves from an early age and she had no doubt Arkane only continued that training when she left. He was a good warrior. She had trained him well. They may not have had romance in their lives, but he was a good father. She could never complain about that. He was there for her and the children and he was there for the children when she left. She couldn't be more proud of Azariah for taking on a pack of her own. She was still so strong and beautiful. And the fact that Undyne still stuck by her side said a lot of her daughter's loyalty. Maybe she got that from Avery herself. After all, there wasn't a thing she wouldn't have done for Aithne when she was under her best friend's charge. Avery loved that her daughters had each other. It made her feel that much better about everything. At least she knew while she was gone, they didn't go without.

His witty reply was surprising but in a good way. She snickered, ears pricking forward as she snorted and rolled her eyes. "If you say so, Arky. Classy as always. And just as pretty as I remember." She said with a playful wink and another snicker. He complimented her back and she smirked, her tail wagging in approval. She shrugged. "I guess you could say that." She certainly wasn't doing bad off so she could admit that much. She didn't know what to ask first when she got a hint that he may have just returned to Moladian too. What had he been doing all that time? What of their children? Her heart was in her throat, but as if he could read her thoughts, Arkane told her they were fine when he left before he mentioned that he had a feeling they'd gone to Diveen and he was heading there first. He had been doing some research so he knew the packs they weren't in. Avery narrowed her eyes at him suspiciously but she had to admit that he'd done his homework. Finally she let out a sigh of contentment and nodded. Okay, so Diveen was the place to check. He said then that his mother had died and he went to his family. She scowled, her face softening. She could understand that.

She may never feel the way about her mother that he obviously felt for his own but she knew she would do anything for her children and losing them would surely rip out her very heart. He needed his family so he went to them. She couldn't fault him for that. He at least admitted he was wrong for leaving with them. She finally took a seat, letting her body relax a little as she studied him. He seemed to agree with her opinion about the alpha of Iromar. From what she'd heard so far, she wasn't a huge fan, obviously. She felt bitter sorrow when she thought about Aithne and not being here to protect her. Maybe she could have saved her. She blamed herself for that. He told her that Aithne's killer was dead and the current Iromar alpha took over after. He confirmed the rumors she heard about the alpha and she shook her head in disgust. "You don't, but I bet he didn't care about respect. He probably only wanted fear. Those who rule like that only fall that much harder." Her lips curled on the last words, feeling a sudden urge to be the one to make him fall. How sweet that would be. She wanted to pry into Arkane's thoughts, find out how much he knew about the Iromar alpha, but when he went back to the children, she got distracted.

He assured her that the girls were fine and pointed out how tough she was. She rolled her eyes again but didn't correct him. She couldn't help but snicker softly when he called himself perfect. He still had that vanity, didn't he? All the better to tease him with. At least she knew the girls were strong adults when he left. He mentioned Aithne's children and she tensed a little, ears flicking back uncertainly. Would they even know her? Would they blame her for not being there to save their mother? Her brows furrowed. "Grandchildren? She already has grandchildren in Moladian?" The idea made her smile a little. She liked to think that Aithne's lineage wasn't forgotten, cause she would never forget her best friend.

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