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left behind - TBTT tier 2 - Corvus Umbra
Anastasia leaned forward and set her elbow onto the window frame. The uneven surface tingled on her skin as it pressed further when she let her weight lie on it. Her light, curled hair fell naturally on the side for the way it was cut, having thick bangs on the right and a smooth crop on the left, the parting being slightly on the left side from the middle. The woman ran her eyes on the landscape outside and finally spotted the thing she was looking for. It was just before midday and sun was shining down at its full force. Despite the heat, a black kukuri on the field didn't seem to be uncomfortable. It was grazing like a horse, carefully picking each strand of grass into its mouth like grapes from a cluster. Its coat shone in pure black against the light, only small white patches on its fur giving out contrast. In weather like this it was definitely clear that the rook was no raven – ironically The Raven was not what he was called. The kukuri lazily turned its
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the raven - TBTT tier 1 - Corvus Umbra
A light green blanket covered the landscape, not missing a single spot with its soft brush. The sun painted shadows with its mellow light as birds sang their love songs out of sight in ecstasy. No doubt, it was spring. One could clearly hear noises growing louder and louder when walking along the narrow gravel road. It could easily feel like an infestation of people, as they came and went past. For someone who was here the first time, it would probably sound a bit strange to deploy a large event to a distant location like this. Unfortunately the truth was, that no other place in who knows how large radius could hold it.
Anastasia lifted her eyes up to the large banner. It was stretched between two white poles, creating a welcoming and a clear entrance. Reading with bold, bright letters in an obnoxious font, the cloth welcomed anyone walking under to the annual kukuri market. For Anastasia, it wasn't the first time – as a child, she would run away just to see so