Argenti Silvae

Territory

Silverleaf Territory


Den Site

The Den Site is located in a clearing in the Silverleaf Forest. The dens are located around the edges of the Clearing Center. To the north of the clearing is a large, broken stone that appears to grow out of the ground itself. A small cave inside of it acts as two dens. A tunnel to the left of the entrance leads to a chamber used as the Alpha's Den, while another tunnel to the right of the entrance leads to a chamber used as the Beta's Den. A hollow in an oak tree just to the east of the stone is the entrance to a large burrow used as the Hunters Den. Next around the clearing is a burrow dug out amount the undergrowth and roots of an old tree, and is used as the Nursery. Directly across the clearing from the broken stone is the Healers Den, located in a hollow dug out underneath a large dogwood bush, protected by the close-knit branches above. The bush grows up against a small rock wall, which makes up the back wall of the den. Herbs are stored among the many crevices. Just past the dogwood bush is a thick clump of ferns that shelter another hollow used as the Warriors Den. Prey is stored in the Cache, a small pit inside a dead tree trunk between the ferns and broken stone.

Clifftop Forest

The Clifftop Forest is the only evergreen forest in the territory, consisting of pine, fur, spruce, hemlock and cedar trees. The undergrowth consists of a variety of shrubs and ground-covering plants. These include a variety of berry bushes, wildflowers, mosses and ferns. A Stream runs through the forest, connecting to the Clifftop Pond, before the water continues down a Waterfall to connect to the River below. A shallow rocky slope to the north, called the Rocky Path, leads down to the Silverleaf Forest. More to the south, the forest ends before reaching the edge of the cliff, opening into the Clifftop Clearing, a favorite of the foxes due to the ability to view most of the territory from it. A long, steeper rocky path, known as the Cliffside Path, leads down from the highest point of the cliff to a sandy riverbank. Stepping Stones found near the end of the path lead into the Riverside Forest.

Silverleaf Forest

The Silverleaf Forest is one of two hardwood forests in the territory, consisting of maple, elm, beech, birch, ash, alder, black cherry, aspen, sycamore and oak trees. The undergrowth consists of a variety of shrubs and ground-covering plants. These include a variety of berry bushes, wildflowers, mosses and ferns. The Den Site is located in a small clearing of the forest. It is located about an equal distance from the River to the south, and a shallow rocky slope to the west, called the Rocky Path, which leads up to the Clifftop Forest. Downriver, a fallen tree created a bridge, called the Tree Bridge, connecting the forest to the Fields near the Riverside Forest.

Riverside Forest

The Riverside Forest is one of two hardwood forests in the territory, consisting of maple, elm, beech, birch, ash, alder, black cherry, aspen, sycamore and oak trees. The undergrowth consists of a variety of shrubs and ground-covering plants. These include a variety of berry bushes, wildflowers, mosses and ferns. Alongside the River across from the Clifftop Forest is a sandy area called the Sandy Shore. Due to the soft ground, it is a popular location for battle training. The Tree Bridge is used to cross from the Silverleaf Forest, and connects to a large, grassy Field. On the west side, near the tree line, is an Old Barn, abandoned by the humans long age, that now provides prey and, if needed, shelter to the foxes.

Credit

Layout and Coding : Pyro
Content : Argenti Silvae
Layout Image Base: Thrumyeye at DeviantArt



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