Ice Mountain

The Ice Mountain is much smaller than Wolf Mountain, yet climbing up it is far more difficult and shouldn't be attempted in winter. Some creatures collect the shiny stones at the peak of this mountain for necklaces.

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Tael watched as she rummaged around for the stones she wished to use. Blues and purple colors, interesting, though given that the orb seemed to be set on blue it made sense to put stones next to it that would compliment it's glow. "It's no problem," Tael stated lightly tail wagging.

He waited until she finished before setting to work himself, he found a large rock to place the smaller ones on and was flat enough so they wouldn't roll off, there was his temporary working spot. "Alright first the stones," He moved some up onto the rock then using his fire blessing combined with one of his claws slowly melted the stones so that they had holes through them, large enough to fit the ribbon through this time. After he had done this to all of the rocks it was really time for him to turn up the heat. Using fire on all the rocks they all glowed cherry red then he spun quickly around knocking them off with his tail still managing to singe his fur.

He watched as steam rose from the snow and once gone the rocks were pearly and shiny though still in the same color but brighter. More crystal like now though not transparent. "Now we just need to string them on," He explained starting the slow process of trying to slip the ribbon through the holes of the stones. It was hard only using his paws and maw, but he managed to put them in a nice pattern, the darker ones on the inside closer to the orb to better complement it then the few lighter ones on the outside.

"Okay! Now we just need to tie it back on!" Tael stated waving his purple and white tail above his back.

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