Water against WaterIzmisumāWater against Water by nerwen-wilwarin
Drip, drip, Izzy’s pale ears flicked towards the sound, her head low, trying to focus on anything but the faint cries of does in labour and the bleats of newborn fawns that echoed torturously off the stony outcrops. Tail tensed, the half-roan fawnling wandered aimlessly along the jagged cavern tunnels, pausing mid step every now and then to snatch a halfhearted mouthful of the mosses growing along the rocky walls.
Drip, drip, the rhythmic patter of water droplets continued, soothing Izzy some as she shook the haunting memories of last spring out of her head. The doe’s laboured sigh gave way to a sharp intake of breath as Izzy caught scent of someone nearby.
Raising her velvety muzzle slightly higher, the doe tentatively scented the stale air of the caverns, and found herself reaching out for the water in the other creatures body in an attempt to sense who or what it was with her magic. Ears and eyes straining in the gloom of the cave, she
An Unfortunate MeetingYear 758 of the new age - summerAn Unfortunate Meeting by nerwen-wilwarin
Oakfern - inside the caves
Maeve had just gotten back into Oakfern territory with her fawn it had taken them several months, and her losing her talisman (much to her dismay) along the way. She was now in the territory of her tormentors with her fawn with Blackwood blood. Worst of all there would be no way to hide Laure’s lineage. They’d hurt her, and as much as she hated the way she was born, she couldn’t let that happen. So she snuck in by night through one of the back tunnels. Her old cave to be exact.
There was a definite feeling of unease as she timidly entered, quickly finding that she was practically blind in the dimly lit cave. She had changed since she’d left. There was a time when she would have been unable to return due to her utter terror at the idea of the trio possessing her fawn. She would have wanted some fawn to protect her. She could now protect herself, and those she’d come to care about. Sh
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