A dark grey wolf moved quietly through the emerald topography. Her storm blue eyes gazing out into the misted darkness of the night time world. Her eyes raised to the full moon, her body seemed to quake for a moment as if her soul was being overcome by some unknown force. Her body son stilled, and her maw parted, letting out a lone howl, full and bellowing, into the night. As the call dwindled, her eyes closed for a moment before opening once again. Though not was odd that she was alone, there was something odder about her yet. A turquoise marking around her eye was noticeable as well as large ,soon colored wings attached to her body. This was Rhiannon, alpha of the wolves of Lunasmera. Lunasmera was fabled to be home to legendary wolves, of great power and ability. This is mainly why humans never ventured in, and those who did refused to speak of what they saw. Rhiannon, was a legend in and of herself. She was the leader of her pack in a time of great plenty, of great success. It was mainly due to her that this was so. There were things that still needed to be done, but she had come very far from where she had been. The dark grey femme continued forward stopping at a midnight blue pool of water that reflected the moon. She lowered her cranium, allowing herself to lap at the water quietly. Her den was nearby to the water, a large willow tree whose roots she had dug under and made a warm, cozy den. Her pack mates had made similar arrangements under other trees or shrubs wherever they could find. She had chosen this area specifically for safety reasons. It was far enough into the woods that nobody would stumble across them, it had a water source, and a hunting grounds was nearby. Rhiannon looked around as she padded towards her den, making sure all was safe. She sat down outside her den, her eyes fixed on the distance. Her fellow lupine were all sleeping, and she could hear their steady, peaceful breathing. It put her at peace to know that they were all content. Her ears flicked forward at the sound of crickets in the night. It was getting warmer out. And, it was getting closer to the time when a sacrifice must be chosen. She frowned, it would be a hard decision. To take away a young life was difficult, but it needed to be done for the better of the entire pack.