The multi-coloured fae had been slowly adjusting to pack life, getting to know her way around the layout of the territories, and hunting for the pack. But despite that, she had yet to meet any wolves of Helidos. She'd simply decided to stay out of anyone's way, keep to herself and do her job. To her, that'd seemed like the wisest course of action, as she pondered it, curled up in her den. It was late afternoon, and she knew, soon, the sun would begin its descent, the bright gold one could not look upon shifting to a fiery, beautiful red, casting its glow over all. And it was for that, that Chrysis was propelled to push herself up and out of her little den, out of the comfort of a couple rabbit pelts lining it, and into the sunny day. A sunny day was a gift, instead of a spring thunderstorm, which weren't too rare. Legs stretching out, she took as long of strides possible for her stature, tail swaying behind her. She soon found herself on the other side of Helidos' border, and moving toward a Neutral territory she had heard much about, and wished to experience a sunset there. And that place was Mirror Lake, where the water would reflect all that faced it, bursting into an array of colours, mimicking the sky's mixed tones. Stretching her toes apart, flexing her claws once she was out of pack lands, she broke into a sprint, kicking up dust and dirt behind her. It felt amazing, the light breeze running through her pelt like one would groom their mate's pelt, her muscles flexing and contracting rhythmically as she began covering ground faster. Her jaw opened slightly, tongue lolling out happily as she pushed herself faster, remembering the feel of doing this with Ebbony. It was all too fresh in her mind, and she welcomed the memory, propelling herself forward to her limit. Air rushed into her nostrils, filling them with the smell of spring, blossoms, fresh grass, and at times rain. The whole environment put her at ease, allowing her to relax deeply.
Soon, the scenery was rapidly changing, more trees and bushes appearing, causing her to slow her gait, looking for the large lake she knew would be up ahead. And surely enough, about thirty or forty meters ahead of her, through the trees she spotted the lake. Slowing further to a bouncy trot, bright emerald green eyes surveyed it, approaching the water. "It's beautiful..." She murmured to herself, voice slightly raspy from lack of speaking. Gazing at her surroundings, the fea tilted her head, walking right up to the edge of the water, peering into it. She clearly saw her reflection, her beautiful deep green eyes staring back up at her, her facial features clearly displayed. After a moment of looking at herself, she raised a paw, tapping the water with it lightly, and watching as it created a ripple effect, disturbing and distorting her image, the small waves rising up and moving away from the source of the effect. Taking a step back from the waters, she lowered herself to the ground, the grass feeling cool and slightly ticklish under her belly, gaze flicking towards the sky, as if waiting for something. And there she would rest, content in the absolute serenity, nothing but the calming sound of birds chirping, singing their song to all those who would listen, in peace and comfort. She knew after this she would probably see if she could capture any late night prey, to avoid taking anything more than necessary for the pile, when there were those who couldn't hunt currently, and needed it more. She took advantage of the undisturbed quiet to think about things, what she wanted to truly do, and what she could do. What she could do for the pack, and for herself, but focused on how she could aid the Alpha and Alphess. She had heard of their pups, and was eager to meet them, as well as the pack Leaders. Perhaps she would run into them some time.
With a light sigh, she lay her muzzle across her paws, eyes blinking slowly and lazily, watching the flies that danced across the water, as if they were skating.
[Sorry for the quality, but I thought I should get it up]