((Whoopsie! Sorry Originally had posted wrong post here. Damn tabs. Post will be up shortly~!)) It was a bright day in Harmonica Town. The sun was out, and there wasn't any cloud cover in sight. This would have been what could be considered the perfect day had nature not been falling out of order. The wind was still making it excruciatingly hot. Especially if one was walking anywhere rather than riding on a horse or other animal. Not that it was any easier on the animals. The seas were still making it a horrible day for fishing. The water wouldn't stir and the fish stayed near the bottom where it was cool. Boat travel was also useless. The soil was bad, and the fires in town weren't burning as hot anymore. The Goddess's tree was dying. And the effects were showing. The five bells that were in the surrounding area that kept each element in check hadn't rang in so very long. The wind, earth, water, fire, and wishing bells had all fallen out of use, and the land was falling into ruin. Very soon it would be so bad that no person would be able to live on the island anymore. Toucan Island was in a bit of a better place than the mainland of Harmonica Town, but even they were feeling the bell's losses where they were. Kieara was new in town, and she had managed to hitch a ride with Cain, a local ranch owner, to her new residence. She was riding on the back of his wagon of hay in silence as she stared up at the sky. It was dreadfully hot, even when they were moving, and she could feel that she had a lot of hard work ahead of her on her new farm plot. He asked a few base questions about her such as her name, when her birthday was, just idle chatter to pass the time. When they came across the place she'd be staying, it was completely ramshackle. However, it had potential. It had a fence about the place, and she had her own little farm house, chicken coop, and barn. There was also a water tower and a pond off to the left of the house. There was a plot out front with a few crops already growing in it that the mayor had been so kind as to have someone start her off with. The place, while modest, was a blessing in disguise to the traveler, and she waved goodbye to her new friend to begin her work.