A Big Bear
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Brier Town Shopping Area:Known to the Briers as a place where most small packs and tribes live, dividing the area into small territories.
Brier Town Neighborhood:Known as Sky Dens by the Brier Town inhabitants. These large to medium sized homes are the shelters and territories of the larger and mid sized dog packs and cat tribes within the town. Many loners, small packs and tribes envy those who are able to live in such luxury, because owning a Sky Den means strength and larger territories.Brier Town Meeting Hall:
interior -->Though the outside is an old, and rather ugly building, inside there is a strange beauty. Whenever the sun shines, or when the night skies are full of stars and the moon, there is a sort of glow to the place. It is wide and spacious enough for all Brier Town inhabitants to come and meet here and discuss matters of the town.
Brier Town's Abandoned Carnival:Follow the road east of Brier Town, eventually you will see that the road fades to a dirt road leading to a to a seemingly dead end. Further down the path, the dirt road disappears into yellow brick as more and more trees begin to surround you, a mist shrouding the area in mystery. Then at the end of the yellow road, you will see it, the carnival. The Brier Carnival, old, deserted and incredibly ominous. Not too many Briers tread here, it lies far too close to the forest beyond for their comfort. Be wary here.Brier Town Farm:Simply known as Brier Farm, the abandoned land is a permanently unclaimed territory and free for all Briers to go and hunt. It is typically a safe place, few Foresters come here and sometimes deer can be found grazing.
Brier Town Park:Like the Brier Farm, the park is prohibited from any sort of territory claiming. It is free for all Briers, a safe haven in the center of the town, one can hunt here for hare, mice, squirrels, goose or duck.
Brier Town Apartments:Known as Brier Heights, here are where weary travelers, strays who happen across Brier Town can rest. Brier Heights can also be home to small packs and tribes, though these are considered poor territories, since the living space is small and turf even smaller.
The Woods:The Wood a mysterious place to many Briers, no known Brier has ever entered the forest and come out alive. Be wary here, this is where the wild Foresters live.
Dead Howls Path:The dark tunnel that seems to stretch on forever in darkness. Legend has it that if a Brier is exiled to the tunnel to the Woods, the soul of the Brier gets spirited away and gets eaten by a monstrous bear. They call it Dead Howls Path, because after a day or two after the unfortunate Brier has entered it, there can be haunting howls and yowls, echoing through the tunnel. In truth, the tunnel simply leads the way deeper into the forest. This however doesn’t make the tunnel any less dangerous, it is in fact miles long, it could take day, to reach the end of it, and during this time cats and dogs that have been exiled to the Woods can starve with the lack of prey, if they don’t lose their minds from the darkness first. Dead Howls Path is used as a form of punishment, the ultimate punishment, the point of no return for any Brier who has committed a horrendous crime that is deemed unforgivable by the council.
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