Temperate

Compendium Entry North: Northwestern Europe
South: Pacific Northwest

Mild and variable, this landscape is dotted with forests and a complex river system. The remnants of human society tell stories of the long-forgotten past. The land sees light winters and pleasant summers, a highly sought after selection of resources hidden in its intricate details.

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the nymph settles on the bank, silver trout clasped tightly betwixt her jaws as she folds long limbs beneath her. the painful cramping of her stomach is made worse by the cool blood that leaks into her maw, and she is swift to maneuver her catch beneath a narrow forepaw, delicately tearing into the smooth side of the creature. hunger quiets its complaints as she makes quick work of the creature, gaze dancing over the opposite bank as it does. a blackbird calls from somewhere in the grasses, a shrill summons that seems, so far, to be unsuccessful.

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 The blackbird's call had been less of a summons and more of a shrill warning, and Element growled lowly at the dark bird as it lit from the ground in a flap of feathers and flew off. He swore it turned and looked back at him one more time before moving on, and if a bird had been capable of sticking it's tongue out at him (wait, could birds do that? he quickly thought), he was sure it would have done so. He'd been following the scent of some small critter through this strange wetland, intent on breakfast before making his way back North towards the Nameless Mountain. He'd come across the blackbird first and ignored it - birds were too annoying for breakfast, when you didn't want to sit and spend time working the feathers off your kill - and the creature had, for whatever reason, followed him. When the scent of his prey had grown close and he'd just began to see the shape of a small marsh rabbit moving through the weeds... that was when the blackbird had loosed it's cry, startling both Ele and his prey. He'd glared at the bird, the bird had glared at him, and now here he was - watching it fly off.

 Element huffed loudly, rising from his stalking crouch and giving a quick shake to dislodge some of the fine dirt from his belly. He didn't know where exactly he was, but the land was a new kind for him - it smelled of mud and standing water, bugs and strange plants. The scenery and the foliage were not the only strange things that seemed to be here today, however. There was a large stream between them, but on the opposite bank rested a... something. Element's gaze narrowed, head cocking to the left as he tried to make sense of the lithe creature resting on the far bank, who seemed to have better luck (or skill) than he, because she was enjoying a meal of her own.

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