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Disco: Shamrock Grove

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[size=small]Shamrock Grove[/size]


[size=small]Temperate Territory[/size]

SHAMROCK GROVE

As far southwest as one could reach lays a peninsula surrounded by water on all sides. The little isle is covered in slender white birch trees with varying shades of browns and grays marking them. Their leaves are green throughout summer but are yellows in the spring, browns in the autumn, and the branches are barren throughout the winter. Named for its most notable feature aside the trees, the land itself is covered in thick patches of clovers and thin whisps of grass, although moss can still be found typically at the base of the tree trunks. Rocky sands cover the sides of the peninsula where seashells and stones of all shapes, sizes and colors can also wash up on the shores, even sea-glass or small, discarded human belongings carried by the strong ocean currents that finally break at the Grove's narrow beach sides. While a large variety of fish can be found due to the peninsula's easy access to the shores, commons birds such as sparrows, robins, finches, wrens, starlings, and the occasional herons and cranes can be found throughout the isle. Mallads, swans, ducks and geese can also be found just on the coastlines or just happily swimming along in the water between the peninsula and the rest of the biome. While the easiest prey to find in the Grove are small mammals such as squirrels, chipmunks, martens, hedgehogs, hares/rabbits, mice and moles, larger woodland creatures like deer/elk, foxes, moose and boars find their way to the Grove through the Grove's pass. Connected to the land that almost reaches Reclaimed Roots is a long narrow path covered in small budding flowers, moss and clovers is the Grove's pass, the quickest and easiest way to and from the peninsula where one could travel back and forth between the rest of Canis. While not necessarily easiest to spot, tucked along some short and thick cedar trees, it is the best way to Shamrock Grove aside from swimming. The water along each side of the pass isn't very deep and can be swum by any creature with mediocre swimming skills, but to venture from the Grove to the smaller islands westward is certainly a little more difficult and would require more advanced swimming skills.


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Subterritories aren't implemented yet, so we won't be able to approve this until that happens.
I think you might have meant to make this a territory, not a subterritory?

In the mean time - do you mind separating out a shorter description? You can have a fuller, longer description that will go in the compendium, but we'll need an excerpt of this for the short version :)
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I wasn't really sure what the difference was but it can be a territory! Either is fine! Below is the small description, let me know if it needs to be even smaller!

[size=medium]As far southwest as one could reach lays a peninsula surrounded by water on all sides. The little isle is covered in slender white birch trees with varying shades of browns and grays marking them. Their leaves are green throughout summer but are yellows in the spring, browns in the autumn, and the branches are barren throughout the winter. Named for its most notable feature aside the trees, the land itself is covered in thick patches of clovers and thin whisps of grass, although moss can still be found typically at the base of the tree trunks.[/size]
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Amazing! Thank you :)

Approved!


Now what?

Link to the Compendium page

Now when you or others post, you can add the Discovery tag. Once the thread is archived, post in this thread with the finished thread's link. One of the Awards team members can assign points to your post.

In the mean time, there is a new prefix for Shamrock Grove available in the Temperate biome :)
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