No signs of lions.
No signs of mammoths.
No signs of any of the other great beasts he was used to having to stay away from.
The trees here were larger - or was he smaller? The deer here in this field in particular were more passive than home, though when he wandered further into the forest, he had found deer who acted as expected. Was there something in the water here that turned them into sheep?
Speaking of sheep, he had found one wandering about the mountainside just north of here. He'd caught it when it had been spooked by his presence, its legs broken atop the rocks though he knew it had to be used to it. He'd dragged his kill here, into the Range. The guards here had told him to stay in the Range and go no further within the land, though he was free to leave as he wished. He wondered for how long, since they hadn't given him a reason beyond a warning look.
He lay down and began to dig into the mutton.
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