A Quiet TripHaving left so far into the day, it was stupid of Lunae to not have considered how long it would take to get to the zebra village, with her constant worrying and pacing, and also how she would ever get back after getting there. Gazing up at the sky the sun was already beginning to lower in the sky and as such panic was slowly building up in the okapi. Even though it was so late, It would still be alright to visit him right? He had said it was alright to come... Even if she did think it was wrong to bother him so late, there was no choice now, she couldn't go back. It hadn't at all been long since their encounter in the forest, and although she had wanted to give them space she just couldn't sit still, worrying that Farys had been more injured than he let on or upset that her invitation had caused him pain. She had worried so much he would be angry at her that she took twice as long as she should have to even get here.. which was part of her problem. As she approached the outskir
Tea and TearsHasani was seated outside his old forest hut, a small fire going and some tea waiting to be steeped. He'd promised his friends who lived in this area he'd make sure to stop by and do this since they'd gotten used to it. He'd seen Quin since then, but no sign of Citra. But that was fine. He enjoyed the forest anyway even if he had no company. After the cold had gone everything grew back and he promised it all seemed twice as beautiful as before. Sighing he picked back up a bracelet he was carving out of wood to finish some detail work. Just another lazy day for the meerkat.Lunae had been making her usual rounds unaccompanied around the forest, a small basket slung over her arm and filled with only a small pile of picked flowers and herbs. Her destination had been the lagoon but of course the okapi took the longest round-about way to get there, passing by any area she knew had something she needed or just taking a small detour to avoid a suspicious sound.
You're Doing It WrongTeshi crouched near the watering hole. She was going to contribute to the hyena's dangit. How hard could hunting really be anyway? She killed an antelope before. It didn't matter that it was already injured and by itself it was still a kill. Not to mention the anaconda, ha killing a buffalo would be childs play. She should have tried this a long time ago. She wiggled lower into the grass watching them graze with a careful eye. She wasn't a complete idiot thankfully. She was looking for an easy one to pick off. Which was one grazing off to the side, he was big too. She licked her lips and got into a starting stance for her run. In and out, the faster she was the better right? She took off heading straight for the bull who ignored her until she got close enough to smell, and lifted its head to charge. It was a bit too late to realize her mistake, and she rolled out of the way, her dagger luckily still in her hand. She gave a small huff, the rest of the herd was shifting a b
Meet TaneFor whatever reason Hasani had found himself near the ruins. But he was here and finding them... eerie. But not too badly. The intricate carvings he'd currently stumbled upon were interesting. His torch in hand he was walking about a fallen pillar looking over the detail work. He wasn't much for digging up dead people's stuff. The dead should stay where they were with all their stuff intact. But it was hard ti ignore finding things in the open. So when he spotted a pretty looking chain under some dead foliage he hd to pick it up. But he got a few inches away and it held fast. "Well crap." He muttered, jabbing his torch into the ground so it would stand and free his other hand up to assist. He tugged and tugged, feeling ti give every now and then. Yes, this was so his.Tanè was wide awake and on the prowl for his usual snack, silently lurking amongst the treetops near his residence, a small and recently emptied tomb within the ruins. Most of the animals that he dined on trekked a