Brackenridge Wildlife

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Rias
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Brackenridge Wildlife

Post by Rias » Sun Apr 29, 2018 10:44 pm

Brackenridge Pass now has some local wildlife!

Travelers making their way through the main pass are likely to spot mottled crag marmots and stonehoof rams, both content to allow humans to pass but nonetheless ready to defend themselves if attacked.

Those more intrepid explorers heading into the higher Brackenridge mountains may find themselves face-to-face with sooty pinecrest bears or large mountain direwolves. Wary of initially approaching humans, these beasts will not hold back if antagonized. Climbers are advised to keep a respectable distance, and there are no guarantees that these creatures may not become more territorial and hostile toward humans in the future. (In other words: kind of on the fence about whether these guys should be immediately hostile or not, so it's subject to change.)

All the above critters are skinnable and butcherable. Hunters rejoice!
The lore compels me!

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Re: Brackenridge Wildlife

Post by Stranger » Mon Apr 30, 2018 10:33 am

Your work on these is most appreciated.
"No one knows whether death, which people fear to be the greatest evil, may not be the greatest good."
Plato

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