What's that Smell? ~Kukuri~After a long nights battle, Nuoska tends to the couple’s wounds and they head off into the dark forest to venture home. Theo stood right by his mates side making sure not to let her get hurt. After hearing the big news earlier that night the not so stable rook has become a bit over protective. Theo kept an eye and ear out for any danger that may cross their path. Along the way Theo heard a couple of rustles in the bushed making him flinch a little but he tried to keep the brave persona up. The weakened rook was startled by another black creature, running toward him hissing and spitting. Theo jumped back in fright, he didn’t expect to encounter another shroomie. However, before he could even think of responding Pip stepped to the rescue and stood on the glowing blue creature. A black gooey substance spilling out between her toes. “Maybe going this way to get home wasn’t a good idea…” the dove said worried that they would run into more unwanted guests.
Too Many to HandleDespite Ozuno’s protests he and Lila had found themselves searching through the woods for the great goddess death. The previous week they had left a gift out for her and she hadn’t come, so Lila had insisted that they search for her. Now the pair were wandering through the forest at the base of the mountain, hunting for what Ozuno believed to be an impossible find. He huffed and laid his ears flat as they walked,trying his best to show Lila how displeased he was by what they were doing. They had been looking in this one section of the woods for about an hour now, and it was only a fluttering in his stomach that prevented Ozuno from snarling at Lila about the fact that a massive goddess could not fit under that rock, or that other rock, or that log and the stick underneath it that Lila was certain was the log’s baby. He really didn’t want to be here, and even though the rook had no hope of either of them finding Death he desperately hoped that the dove would find
Ooo Pretty. ~Kukuri~“We should follow the trail. It may lead us to her!” Moki exclaimed. It sounds like a good idea Moki.” Clockwork mumbled. Kiba and Laki nodded in agreement and the dove looked at Almond with a pleading look. He replied with an okay and the group set off to complete their search. Even if it didn't lead to Death, in the end wouldn't it be worth a try? Laki was determined to do anything to see their beloved goddess. Almond was surprised that Moki had found a trail of feathers that easily. Wouldn't a trail of feathers blow away in seconds. Although, it wasn't that windy. Moki lead the way up the trail, the others followed close behind. Laki’s heart was racing by then. She wanted to find the goddess and let the festival of death continue. However, they had reached the end of the trail. Laki felt her heart stop. Not only was Death not there but there was a hawk that had been recently hunted down and stored here. No wonder the feather trail was still visible. Laki sat
A Clue! ~Kukuri~It was a bright morning, the sun was shining bright just over the horizon. It was too early for Almond to be awake but Laki insisted that they go to the festival of death. “How long left Laki?” Almond yawned. Laki was skipping in front of him, beaming with excitement. “Not long I now! Just a few minutes!” Laki chirped. She was overly excited about the Festival and seeing Death’s appearance. The dove thought of all the festivities and food that they could try. But Death’s appearance was going to be the highlight of her life. The pair of kukus reached the top of the last hill, their jaws unhinged. They looked over the festival from the peak of the hill shocked. It all looked so beautiful from afar. The sun was shining brightly just over the mountain tops and the colours of the stalls were enough to overwhelm the both of them. “Come on!” Laki said snapping Almond out of his little trance. Laki grabbed the hazel rook’s hand and ran down