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On the first day the bells tolled once.
After the last bell finished it's chime something strange happened to the sky. Clouds started to form and soon enough the sky was black as night. This slightly unnerved the priests and pilgrims untill the high priest lied to them that this happens once or twice in the century so there was nothing to worry.
On the second day the bell's tolled.
This was a more odd event. After the bells sang their song, there was silence. All the animals were quiet and frozen into their place. No matter how much the farmers pulled their reigns or hit them, they wouldn't move. Priest's were sent out to investigate but they couldn't find out what was wrong with them. It was now that farmers started to flock to the sick priest.
On the third day the bells tolled.
It was when then that things went horrible. All the animals collapsed and started vomiting black bile before they died. More men started to flock to the sick priest.
On the fourth day the bells tolled.
The farmers were next. Their crops didn't grow any further and the ground hardened. Priests did what they could to help but holy treesap and prayers didn't do anything
On the fifth day the bells tolled.
The plants started to do the same thing as the animals, they withered and turned into black mulch, turning the ground soft. Templars who saw it all started to flock towards the sick priest.
On the sixth day the bells tolled.
This was the day that swarms of flies descended from the skies and started to devour the last few supplies.leaving all with hunger
When I opened my eyes, i didn't see anything.. only nothingness.. I didn't know where i was go, when I heard "Nayaisha, Nayaisha... please open your eyes... please wake up!"
I saw a magnificent crow with a little White feather...
"You remind me someone, but i don't know who... *i know... this black bird is my best friend and my guardian*
- yes you right ! But i can't remember my name... could you find one for me?
-hmm.... *black crow? No.. too sinister; crow, Kuro, not very original... Oh! * i know, I will call you Raven!" It was the beginning of our new destiny 📷@tsuki_natsu cosplay (FB)
There are quite a few species of diminutive moss-dwelling Galerina in the Cascadian rainforest. They are one of the cutest and most common mushrooms in moss communities in the area, from mossy stumps and trees to urban lawns and lots.
Their larger cousin G. semilanceata is extremely common in lawns.