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1 The Quarry (Private Story) on 28/06/18, 05:35 pm

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The solitary and solemn wind, the bitter chill. It was one of the eternal senses that the huntsman felt in his lifetime of travels of the snow covered grounds. One might presume the hunter always hunted or was hunted back as a creature of this land could be.

However, one that wards the wilds does not always hunt but observes but understand. One that lives a life of solitude from those that claim to think more highly than the beasts. What happens when one forsakes their natural incline and socialises with the beasts and trees.

What do they become ?

Vodarara did not always hunt to slay but every action had its methodical intentions. Vodarara’s quarry this day was not to kill but to train. Shevika and the Owling were young and inexperienced and these wilds you relied on your elders to show you the way, to show you how to survive.

The bitter winds called as they worked their way through trees of pine. Some stripped of their needles and others still strong even as snow gathered upon the ancient needles. A land stuck in a permanent frost, though many beasts thrive within these wilds no matter what came upon them.

The huntsman and his companions quarry this day was a Yeti, a creature of white hide standing far above a man such as himself and at least as tall as the tallest of imuchakk, in the case of their males.
This quarry a female of the species with a youngster in toe, down from the mountains which they commonly called home.


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2 Re: The Quarry (Private Story) on 31/08/18, 07:31 pm

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This expedition was training, rather than hunting as Vodarara moved his footing carefully and accurately across the terrain placing his feet in area's that he could perceive as the most secure to the best of his ability.

Creatures guarding their young were generally some of the most dangerous. Fighting with near unmatched ferocity and passion and as Vodarara made his way close drawing his companion beast's Shevika and the Owling with him.

This would be a time for their growth rather than Vodarara's. He hoped to show them through the movement of his body and position of it alongside the terrain and obstructions of the environment. As he used it to provide concealment or enfilade from the sight of the Yeti's.
He kept his position downwind as best as he could as he worked his way up the frozen riverbed and its limited breeze.


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3 Re: The Quarry (Private Story) on 30/09/18, 03:12 pm

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Vodarara observed the bristly white furred and fanged beasts, the mother beast with prominent horns twisting off from the top of her head and the youngster with just the nips beginning to grow out.

The creatures appears to be feasting on the remains of freshly caught fish, seemingly the mother creature had breached the surface of the ice to reach the frigid waters below to acquire some of the populous fish that lived under the ices surface.

Maybe their peak territory was sparse on food or maybe they had been driven out of a territory by other dominant beasts on the peaks. The creatures of Imuchakk were all of varying strengths, even the herbivores weren't exactly ones to be trifled with, their body mass seemed scaled on the natives body mass.


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