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All of MoonValley is coated in a thick layer of white snow. Periodic snow showers continue to coat the landscape. Shallow parts of the lakes surface have frozen over!
Welcome to Lunaria
The isle is wild and untamed, lush with a variety of foliage from towering pines and ceder to a multitude of various herbs, fragrant flowers and other plants. With drastically variant geographical locations from forests and marshes, lowlands to mountain ridges, this vibrant landscape is abundant with a plethora of different animal species.
Pack Territory: MoonValley
MoonValleyThe pack's territory is affectionately called MoonValley. One of the most iconic aspects of Lunaria, offering its wolves lush clearings to romp and play, and everything that could be desired is within reasonable distance. Lake Sinope is off to the side, with a borderline of mountain range sheltering the main clearing and giving it the feeling of a safe haven. Off to the Southwest is the beach, though younger pups are warned away due to waves that could pull them into the murky waters.
Lake SinopeVital to the pack and the other creatures calling the island home, for itís one of the largest bodies of fresh water. It is a popular hangout spot for many of the wolves, especially during the summer months. The crystalline waters offer a refreshing respite, but also houses fish for the wolves to catch, should they be quick enough!
Balken ForestThe main forestry is deep and lush, offering its critters safety and many hidden surprises. It covers almost the expanse of the pack territory, and itís a popular refuge for many wolves. Hunting, playing games like hide and seek, collecting herbs and exploring are all activities that can be done within the forest of the Island.
WaterfallA popular hangout spot for the pack would be the Waterfall. This unique feature lies within the Moonvalley territory. A series of lava tubes had collapsed some many years ago - leaving a crator in the earth. Water flowing from Lake sinope filtered off to the Badru River and spilled into the crator. Decades of erosion carved this perfect little paradise of cascading water into shallow pools, which flow back into the Badru. This is generally where pups first learn how to behave around water, as it poses little threat.
Hot SpringsA unique feature that this pack boasts, is a hot spring! This medium sized pool is only deep enough for a tall wolf to barely touch their toes to the bottom and still keep their head above the surface. Naturally fed from underground water sources and warmed by large pools of magma deep below the earths crust - is a favorite place for those who need to warm up in the winter and provides a relaxing soak for the sick and injured among the pack.
Badru Riveris the only other fresh water source on the island, and is often used for relaxation and fishing, as the overhanging tree canopies surrounding the river give off shade and shelter from the elements. The river stretches for miles, nearly sweeping across the entire Isle. After heavy rains, it can be a danger, though, due to flooding.
BeachesBeing an Island, the most characteristic trait is of course the Beach, the shores covering the outer perimeter of the Islands and offer a unique view to the pack. While beautiful, it does pose its dangers. Sometimes the pack uses the sandy shoreline to hunt seals, or simply watch the sun set over the horizon. Itís a formidable place, though, and while gorgeous, a wolf could easily fall prey to the waves and be swept out to sea.The Shoreline is where majority of the seals the pack hunts are found, but the rough outcropping of rocks can be dangerous. The pack recommends only seasoned hunters approach this spot, and with caution. The ďDanger ZoneĒ is an area best left alone, for it comes with more dangers than any other area of the Lunaria. The waves crash roughly against the uneven stones, threatening to drag an unaware wolf to its death. Or, one false step, can be met with being plunged into icy waters with no way out.
Rakesh Mountain Rangeshelters much of the valley with its unmoving presence, and though the wolves donít typically venture too far up the range, it inspires a feeling of awe.
The Geyser FieldsA desolate, barren area of the packlands that has restricted access to the pup members of the pack. While interesting to see from a distance, it is advised that this area remain free of paws.
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