Frozen in Time
The sky was beginning to brighten with the rising sun. The darkened sky once shrouded in darkness with the glittering skies and galaxies high above was now fading from sight. The auroras were dancing in and out of sight before disappearing when the sun’s rays fell upon them.
The morning light and the warming temperatures – though far from warm enough to melt away the thick layers of snow – roused the beasts from their slumber. Those of the darkness were chased back to their caves where they would rest until nightfall, and terrorise the lands again.
The snow, a thick layer on the brown-toned Earth, glittered in the sunlight though not as the night sky had glittered. The white blanket was almost blinding, though the glittering in itself was beautiful in of itself.
In the far distance, the sound of howling worgs echoed throughout the lands only to be drowned out by the low and guttural trumpeting of t