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PostSubject: Territory Description   Wed May 18, 2011 11:44 am

The newly-defined territory of the Black Mountain Pack covers both the northern, and the western portions of the Packlands.

The Western Border butts up against a massive river, uncrossable, where the banks are covered in soft sand with a few trees here and there. To view the colors of the rising and setting sun reflecting upon this monstrous but calm river waters is breathtaking...even the trees along the bank are blushed with more color than anywhere else due to the water reflecting the colors back up onto them. The rest of the territory is mostly made up of pine and deciduous trees from The Great North Forest, with a bit of The Rivers Meadow included as well down at the southern tip of the territory.

In the northernmost part of the territory lies a large swamp, called Firewind Swamp, that can attract many prey animals, yet the thick sticky mud can be a deadly trap to the wolves. The rest of the territory is mostly made up of the pine trees and the west and southern edges are made up of the deciduous trees, all of The Great North Woods. There are no caves here to act as dens, and so the wolves have to live in dug out dens.


Please bear with me as I renovate the Territory Description. Upcoming will be more notable areas and pictures!
~Meoquanee


The Graveyard


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The Graveyard is a large clearing in the swamplands that has a single standing pine tree near the center of it. The deceased can be buried anywhere in the graveyard, there is no distinct pattern though some wolves may have distinct markers to mark where they are buried, this of which depends on whether or not the family wants to provide one. In the distance stands the dark form of The Black Mountains, the pack's old home. There is little ceremony to burying a passed packwolf, as it is known that Pulse Wolf takes the wolf's soul at the moment of death there is no need to do anything further on the part of the mortals other than take care of the remains.

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The Sacred Tree


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The Sacred Tree is located deep within the territory and although all packmembers know of its whereabouts, only the Spirituals visit the place regularly. The Sacred Tree is a place that most benefits wolves of this title as it's the most powerfully spiritual place in the territory. For some reason, beneath the drooping leaves of this individual tree, contacting the spirits seems easier and after contact is made, it can be held longer. For this reason, when it is time for yearlings to Dream their new name, the Spiritual brings them here for the task.

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