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The icy cold nights had made the Tokotna lakes frozen over, a layer of ice sheltered the top of them but underneath the aquatic life still swam on. Such harsh conditions lately had made it near impossible for anyone to go anywhere as the fear of becoming utterly lost within the snowstorm was mutual between all the three tokotas; today was the only break within the weather allowing everyone to scramble out and get any supplies before they're restricted to the handler's property. The handler had been eager to get out to grab some fish with the gap in the snowfall but knew it was going to be a rather quick trip as she could already spot the dark clouds closing in; she saddled up her usual grumpy red-brown tokota who tried to appear as unapproachable as possible. Strawberry was not impressed that Aideen was dragging her out somewhere when she would much rather be curled up under the shelter than getting stuck somewhere doing a task with other tokotas. Aideen was relieved that the other two were completely different of her grouchy one, the yeti Pride was polar opposites, and Sylvia was kind and sweet which was going to lead to a fishing trip that was going to lead to a peaceful journey if the girl kept her tokota contained. Attached to the tack on the handler's mount were three buckets for each of the tokotas to place the fish they catch in once they get to the lake; Strawberry let out a big sigh of disapproval and tossed her head to make Aideen aware this is not what she wanted. Pride and Sylvia hung back from the tokota who was constantly in a bad mood as they were making their way to get some food, both were aware to steer clear of the half mane but also managed to socialise together nicely. The nearby lake had such a thin layer of ice on top of it the three tokotas would be unable to stand on it without it cracking then plummeting into the freezing cold which was not advisable plus the brunette didn't want to come back home with a soggy tokota. It was an isolated spot with only a couple of wild creatures rummaging around for their own food were occupying the area, Sylvia was tempted to go off to inspect the animals but knew she had a job to do and stuck close by the rest of the group. Setting out the buckets Aideen allowed each of the tokotas pick their fishing spot then would assist them to break the sheet of ice there which wasn't so tricky before allowing them to fish, Pride chose an isolated section of the lake further away from where they arrived but appeared confident on where he selected to do his task. 

Aideen took this opportunity to sit back against a large rock while keeping an eye on the tokotas who were busy trying to catch with their paws and teeth; Strawberry was watched closer than the other two due to the likeliness for her to just sit down and stop if she gets frustrated enough. The splashing of water was all that was able to be heard as the lack of trees meant the birds were elsewhere chirping their songs, the lack of entertainment kept Sylvia concentrated on the task in front of her as she dove her nose into the cold water, teeth were bared in attempts to catch a fish that was teasing her. Pride used the tactic of using his paws to swipe the fish in the direction of his mouth to scoop them up with some attempts being more successful than others; Aideen took note of this strategy and could see how useful it could be once perfected. The lake wasn't plentiful with fish but it still kept the three tokotas occupied rather than playing the sit and wait for game which was an occurrence sometimes, some hid under the ice where they were untouchable from the predators which led to temptation for the red half mane to go underneath after them but was restricted by the saddle on her back that was kept there for this particular reason. The only mishap that occurred was when Sylvia invested all her concentration on the fish in the water that she accidentally knocking over her bucket losing a majority of the ice that kept the fish chilled despite the weather being cold enough to not worry about it much. Strawberry's expression made it very easy to tell she was no enjoying her experience today as her bucket was empty and had plenty of attempts to get some, Pride had to resist coming over to the half mane and helping out as he was aware that she would refuse such assistance. A sudden surge of determination went through the grumpy tokota as she snapped her mouth regularly through the lake water in attempts to catch something she didn't care on what it was anymore, Strawberry did not want to go home empty handed today despite her reluctance to be here.

The clouds were closing in faster than Aideen had hoped for as they hung over their heads, the snowfall was about to begin at any moment. Not wanting to get caught up in the weather, the handler was ready to call over the tokotas to come to her as she enjoyed her get away from her hectic home. Slyvia had managed to get herself soaking as she had chosen a deeper part of the lake and wasn't too worried about how cold it was in there which the girl wasn't too surprised of but wished she was able to avoid dealing with the smell of a soggy tokota all the way home. The grey tokota plodded her way over her the bucket handle hanging lopsided from her mouth as multiple drops of water were falling into the snowy ground they walked on. Pride had definitely been the quietest on the trip as he had camped himself at the far corner of the lake away from everyone else but made the wise decision as it had paid off for the black yeti. On the other hand, Strawberry was fed up but was not ready to leave just yet, she couldn't afford to make herself look pathetic by not being able to get a single fish; Aideen was tentative to go drag her away from the water to make it home before getting washed out by heavy snowfall as the brunette was aware that the half mane may want to bite her head off. After enough quiet persuasion, she finally gave in and trudged her way to the handler and the other two tokotas with a look of defeat; Pride wanted to offer comfort to the tokota but knew for his own safety it was best to give her space and to hang back with Sylvia once again on the way back. Each tokota held their buckets in their mouths as they walked back in the direction they had all came from except for the disappointed half mane who forced Aideen to hold it in her other hand. Just as the lake was no longer in eyesight the snowflakes started to fall from the sky, they were going to make it just in time before they got wiped out in a snow storm.
A Quick Bite - Fishing
ImportStrawberry 37151
Activity journalActivity Results Tracker
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Tribe benefits: -
Faction: PB
Defects: -

ImportSylvia 5588
Activity journalSylvia 5588 - Tracker
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Tribe benefits: -
Faction: PB
Defects: -

ImportPride 35601
Activity journal: TBA
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Tribe benefits: TBA
Faction: TBA
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Word Count: 1233

Total = 10
6(1233 WC) +2(fish) +2(handler)

10/150 For sweetheartmika
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Doing the HP as a rotation of hunting, fishing and explores if that's all good.
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The cavern was damp; droplets could be heard falling from the roof that was right above the group; Aideen had to duck occasionally as she rode on the back of Libra. It was quite claustrophobic as they walked down the narrow pathway, the lantern held by the handler lit the dark way. It reminded them of something that was like a horror movie, the silence except the drops of water making contact with the small pool that was made. Zhalan walked behind the piebald long mane quietly; he looked at the details on the cave walls as the rock created intriguing shapes but also searched for anything that stood out such as shiny gemstones. The group had to be aware of each time they had come to an intersection as getting lost was easy if one doesn't pay enough attention. Their task was quite simple and was installed in their minds which left them to all cooperate to get on with the job, none of the tokotas nor the handle minded the awkward silence that filled the atmosphere but also wasn't comfortable with the eerie sounds that were made by the cave system. The combination had never explored these caverns before hence why all three were on high alerts as they never know what also is lurking here as well, the handler had the task of being the lookout for any hazards while she allowed Libra and Zhalan to do their own thing. The footing was not secure as they followed a steep downhill pathway leading the group towards the heart of the mountain they were searching, Zhalan carefully examined where each paw was about to land to prevent himself from having a slip which would crash him into the long mane in front; multitasking was a skill that both tokotas had to utilise another pair of eyes would be handy for them so they could watch their step and look along the walls to spot any items of interest. Small loose stones followed after them as they were making their descent, it was quite the scenery change from the pure white grounds that was coated in bundles of winter snow. Aideen held onto the front of her saddle as she allowed Libra to do her own thing making her way down, there was an odd period in where the lantern would creak as it would swing away from the handle; the sound was an irritable one, but no one minded as it filled the silence a bit. There was the odd occasion where the piebald would come to a halt once meeting a junction in the path, unsure on which way is the correct way and looking to Aideen for some guidance in which she would steer Libra down one of the pathways in the cold cavern. They came to a large area that was close to being completely flat which relieved the tokotas as it was easier on them now; they were to worry about the climb upwards later on in the day. 

Zhalan had to stay close to the handler and other tokota as it was near impossible to see in the complete darkness if he strayed too far away from there, he was in need of the lantern that Aideen held in her hand which the girl noted down for their future adventures. The girl assisted with helping the tokotas find some items as she adjusted where the light shined to see if it would pick up something that they could spot. There were occasionally large rocks that were scattered in the cavern which they would circle around them to see if an item of interest was hidden on the other side that might have been missed easily; Libra had her eyes peeled for anything shiny, it kept her occupied from her usual activities. They were slightly tired from the energy exerted from making their way deep into the cave, so the girl pulled the pair up to have a rest up for a few brief moments to save themselves cause the climb is worse than the descent, but thankfully Aideen remembered each turn they had taken to get to this location. Everyone was concentrating on their own thing to be bothered being social which was unlike Libra considering she had some male company with her as well. Zhalan sniffed the ground occasionally to know if there were any creatures who may inhabit the cave system, the quiet albino tokota was commonly seen befriending and playing with any wild animal he sees; unfortunately, with this case, he was struggling to see any within the darkness that surrounded the group. The trio all had the odd occurrence of thinking they saw something that they were looking for but in reality the way that the light from the lantern made the cold stone look almost orange with the flicker of the flame. They made slow progress as they checked over everything in the area, all three knew quite well that there could always be something valuable hidden in the one place that they don't end up checking; the dead-end area had lots of unique bumps and curves that kept Libra and Zhalan busy for what felt like hours. The sharp cave spikes were looming over the group by a couple of metres above were intimidating but thankfully were stable enough to the roof that they wouldn't snap with the chance of impaling any of them.

The darkness and silence were enough for one day as they had managed to scour this section of the cave if they spent much longer here it would have driven at least one of them crazy even Zhalan who was naturally quiet himself couldn't bear the occasional sound of their atmosphere around the trio. All of them felt confident that they had scanned every inch here to be satisfied with leaving it for the day as the system was quite large inside the mountain it would be able to keep the two tokotas busy for a while. They briefly prepared themselves to make their way back up to the cave opening which was a trek away but it would give the group a second glance over the pathways to see if there was anything that they might have missed earlier. Libra and Aideen once led the way again as they were in possession of the lantern to guide their way out of the mountain. They were able to tell when they were getting closer to the surface as all three of them were able to hear the dripping sound once again, the silence was still strong in the air and would remain as it has. Emerging out of the caves they're eyes had to adjust from the pitch black darkness to a large scenery of white as snow coated everything that their eyes were able to see, Zhalan was able to blend right into it all it was a wonder that they didn't lose him on the way to the cavern. Aideen was glad she was able to see the clear blue sky again, she steered the two tokotas in the direction of home as they slowly began to come down the mountain; their caving expedition of the day was done and dusted with both Zhalan and Libra ready to take a nap somewhere that wasn't so quiet.
The Quiet - Caving
ImportZhalan 26701
Activity journalZhalan 26701 Tracker
Relevant bonuses
Creature Whisperer
Lucky
Black Cat Companion
Elemental Companion
Underwater Metal Detector
Ice Pick
Crafted Oxygen Tank
Crafted Caving Gear
Headlamp 
Carabiner
Diving Light

Tribe benefitsSotA Tribe - +5% Success rate toward Caving and Diving
Faction: PB - (Current Faction Champions)

ImportLibra 16861
Activity journalLibra 16861 Tracker
Relevant bonuses: None
Tribe benefitsSotA Tribe - +5% Success rate toward Caving and Diving
Faction: PB - (Current Faction Champions)

Word Count: 1225 

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Tokotna was sprinkled in snow from the overnight falling of snowflakes, Christmas was coming, and the tokotas were eager to let their excitement out before they burst. Aideen made the decision to take out four tokotas to the forest nearby to see what they would stumble across. She brushed the large fur blanket of Strawberry's red-brown back as she prepared to tack her up, mostly for the reason she wanted to contain the sour tokota. Waiting for her was Aideen's tawny Silere who was concentrating on something in the snow below her paws, she was so quiet the handler tended to forget about her at times; they were also accompanied by Sylvia and Frea on their exploration trip. The sky was crystal clear without a cloud looming, despite earlier in the day things weren't as bright; this indicated to the girl it was the perfect time to take out the tokotas to search within the foliage in the forest. After quickly checking the gear on Strawberry and only gaining a couple of low growls, the handler sat in the saddle and was ready to set off with the other three trailing behind her. Silere was at the back of the pack which was to be predicted while Frea was beside Sylvia keeping their strides in sync. Once they were off the handler's property they picked up the pace in the direction of the large collection of trees that was able to be seen in the distance; the tall pine trees were dusted in the white powder that fell during nightfall. Things were calm and chill for the moment which was a good sign for the brunette girl as she has experienced many chaotic trips and adventures, so she was glad to see the four tokotas tolerating each other as well as cooperating, with the exception of the odd toss of the head in disapproval from Strawberry. A flock of birds swooped overhead as they came from the opposite way, Sylvia paused for a second to watch them before resuming back to the orderly program; the tokota was a curious being as she had the tendency to stop and stare to further examine something that takes her interest. The alpha tokota just calmly walked on paying attention to her surroundings in case anything jumped out, Frea was wondering if she would try to befriend the tawny who was lagging behind but it seemed to quite pleased by herself at the back of the group.

A quiet trek to the forest was a nice peaceful change for Aideen, but she had to touch wood to hope that it would remain constant for the rest of their outing. Strawberry was getting bored of the dull day despite the fact that this territory was brand new to the half mane, now that she was at their destination the tokota was wanting to do her own thing but was stuck with the handler on her back. The ridden tokota knew that it was planned by Aideen to be the one with what felt like to Strawberry a heavy set of tack; all that she could hope for is that the other three tokotas are not to bother her. Silere was well aware that since the red-brown tokota was not the friendliest she steered clear of her, as they were at the forest with the evergreen trees almost suffocating the group in they all spread out but had to keep a check on each other especially the ever curious Sylvia who was already staring up in the branches where the grey tokota could hear birds sing. The snow had removed the usual tracks to follow within the thick foliage leaving the group to make their own paths. Frea was on the lookout for any creatures who inhabit their area of exploration to make new friends for herself as she wasn't too sure about her opinion on the current group of tokotas she was with as they all liked to do their own thing. The tokotas all sniffed around as they explored the area around them, Sylvia was too busy following after what she thought was a creature's scent until she nearly went head first into a tree trunk. Silere looked over to a couple of tree stumps to examine the rings the circled the inside of where a tree once stood tall, the pattern mesmerised the tawny tokota as she appreciated the small details in objects. Silently she made her way back up to Aideen to make sure she wouldn't lose track of the handler who was their leader on this exploration. Frea had managed to find a rabbit who was scavenging in the woods; she lowered her nose down to sniff it without trying to intimidate it too much as her size was massive when compared to the small creature. Aideen pulled up Strawberry as she noticed the new friend that piebald had made, this earned a kick out from the half mane with her back paw in protest, to which the girl just rolled her eyes at. Any peculiar objects that they would have found in an instant were buried underneath the snow meaning the group had to use their noses and paws to feel anything odd as they could find the strangest things in the strangest places.

After almost losing Sylvia as she got distracted and Strawberry had thought that Frea got a little to close to her, Aideen decided to round them all back up before heading back home calling it a day. There wasn't too much action occurring, but it was better off that way; the brunette handler called Frea then the grey tokota as she pulled up her mount once again who was more than prepared to leave the series of trees. Just as the group was about to leave was when Aideen remembered that Silere was here as well, the quietness of the tokota made the handler forget that she was even with them. Weaving through the trees one by one they followed the pawprints that they made prior, they understood despite the forest being rather small to others it was still as easy to get lost within it especially during bad weather, Aideen made sure she kept an eye on the remaining tokotas as they trotted their way outwards, she had to constantly remind herself that Silere was still here also as the tokota's footsteps as well were awfully quiet. Frea was a little sad and reluctant to go as she had to leave behind her new rabbit friend that she made while out on the day trip, she hung her head a little bit lower than usual as they made the way home. Sylvia was looking like she was in a whole new place yet they were in this exact spot a couple hours ago, her eyes wandered everything that could be seen, there was some temptation to go walk off in her own direction but didn't want to get left behind by the rest of the group. Silere was yet again at the back of the pack letting herself fall into deep thoughts as she just made sure that she followed the exact path of the tokota in front of her, almost as if she was on autopilot. The half mane was roaring to go with her pace increasing slightly as they went on, Aideen had to try to hold her back a fraction allowing the others to keep up but Strawberry would protest further tanking along ignoring the instructions of her rider. With the speed set for the group by the one most eager to be back in her pen taking a nap the trek from the forest was much hastier than it was to get there; the handler was just glad that she didn't have any dramatics on the exploration.
The Forest - Exploration
ImportFrea 34046
Activity journalActivity Tracker for all my Tokotas
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Alpha
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Elemental Sight 
-Crafted Lantern
-Focus leash
-Heart Candle
-Carrot Candle
-Gourd Lantern
-Raven Companion
-Black Cat Companion
-Stork Companion
-Reindeer Companion
-Deer Totem
Tribe benefits: [tokotna.com/tribes/index.php?t…
Faction: PB
Defects: -

ImportSilere 3996
Activity journalActivity Results Tracker
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Tribe benefitstokotna.com/tribes/index.php?t…
Faction: PB
Defects: -

ImportStrawberry 37151
Activity journalActivity Results Tracker
Relevant Bonuses: -
Tribe benefitstokotna.com/tribes/index.php?t…
Faction: PB
Defects: -

ImportSylvia 5588
Activity journalSylvia 5588 - Tracker
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Tribe benefits: -
Faction: PB
Defects: -

Word Count: 1306

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Aideen was having a bad day, she left her house slamming the door and just walked; taking with her a small pack as she knew it was asking for trouble if she didn't bring a thing with her. Venturing out into the wilderness she observed her surroundings to make sure she'd be able to return home once she was ready. Her hours of walking turned into days, she was in the middle of the Tartoks and was aware there were akotas who called this area home, Aideen's curiosity kept her motivated to walk around. Her boots crunched as she stepped on the snow that was sprinkled across all of the Tokotna, she had never encountered an akota before; her knowledge of them was quite limited of the giant beast but knew once she spotted them the handler would instantly recognise them mostly due to their height and build which Aideen admitted that would be intimidating once she first met one. She was aware that a couple of akotas were rounded up from the wild and into the unique TCA habitat out in the Tartoks for people to come and have the akota choose their new owner as they wanted them to go to the correct home to become domesticated. She knew vaguely where she could find the property so she would finally be able to see an akota for the first time in the flesh. She walked on and saw the large building that was connected to a high fence securing in the akotas as they were aware of how rare akotas are that there was bound to be someone who would attempt to forcibly take away one for their personal gain; making her way to the door there was a tight feeling in her gut as she was nervous to know how this was going to go. She was greeted by a receptionist who made the correct assumption that Aideen was there to see the akotas that were open for handlers to interact with them in hopes to be chosen. She had the choice between two, and after a simple explanation of what they were like she took some interest in the one that went by the name of Advik, the brunette was intrigued by how friendly this akota seemed rather than the big intimidating look they had. She was led through a couple of rooms where she was introduced to another member of the TCA who would be out in the enclosure with her for health and safety purposes as they were dealing with large unpredictable animals which was a fact that sometimes got forgotten easily. 

They took a step outside of the building and into one of the large pens that Advik was kept in. Aideen spotted the large akota and was stunned by the size of the grey akota, she observed her large teeth and would hate to imagine the damage that they could do if Advik wanted to. The TCA member stood back and let the girl do her own thing as she was here to persuade to Advik to become part of her team, the pack she took with her was left inside as it was a requirement. Slowly Aideen began to approach the large beast with each step across the snow, watching the akota she could see that Advik was probably as nervous as she was which she understood. Not wanting to push her luck, the handler decided to stop and just observe the akota allowing Advik come to her at the akota's own pace. She took in every detail of Advik as they watched each other unsure what both were to do, it felt awkward but not unbearable. Eventually, the handler took a step further towards the akota who seemed fine with her actions until there were only a few metres between the two; Aideen left the towering creature to play her move now. To the handler's favour Advik copied her move by coming closer to the point there was an urge of temptation to place a hand on her large grey head that was lowered, a couple of quiet words were muttered from the girl to settle both of their nerves. As it felt right contact was made between the two as a gentle hand began to rub Advik's coat, she enjoyed the affection and attention she was getting as the akota could feel her eyes becoming heavier like she would be able to feel safe taking a nap right now. Aideen continued to keep stroking the animal until she felt her hand become sore as it glided through the thick fur, she noticed the odd knots and tangles there which she tried to remove with her fingers. The action was calming for both of them as they were focusing on what the girl was doing it put them in a state of peace like nothing else really mattered right now, Advik lowered her head to the point her chin was about to brush against the snow that rested on the ground; time moved very quickly as the two spent time together and it was exactly what the girl needed after spending days just travelling aimlessly for some time out of the same daily cycle. 

They got to the stage where the handler was sitting on the ground with Advik copying her action while getting fingers running through her large mane, the girl was hopeful that she made a decent first impression on the akota to somewhat have a shot of being accompanied by the creature. Aideen was very reluctant to leave as she was also aware that she had a long trek home as well, she slowly began to stand up to prepare herself for the walk; Advik looked with a little bit of disappointment that the handler was leaving her like all the other ones that she has met recently. The TCA member approached the pair to discuss some things with the girl as she was done with her meeting of the akota, they also welcomed her to visit the other one that was currently open to handlers to see, Aideen just decided to leave today on a good note saying she may come back another day. She looked back as Advik before going through the doors to collect her gear, the handler hoped that it wouldn't be the last time that she sees the akota. This was a day that the girl needed, after having some troubling days being able to spend time relaxing and meeting an akota for the first time made Aideen in a better state of mind so she would return home to carry on with her life. Picking her bag up and slinging it over her back, the handler made her way to the front door waving at the receptionist before making her exit out of the building, she looked along the fenceline to just be able to see the pen where Advik was located; walking away Aideen started to make her way out of the Tartoks resuming to her everyday life. She didn't expect that this was the events that would have occurred after the last few days she had been through, there was more enthusiasm and energy in her step now as she felt that the meeting with Advik somewhat energized her. The handler was grateful for her visit to the akota and wished she was able to meet the friendly beast again.

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