For those things worth preserving
For the companions of fear, and its bond-mate, hope
Note to readers: This meeting was conducted and attended by many individuals, all of them camazots.
Of all times to go grasping for new opportunities!
In a description of battle, it is perhaps reasonable to begin with the tools a creature is born with, be they the claws of mammals, talons of birds, or pincers belonging to a select number of species found in Crellespia, most notably the oversized ones of the abboss crab.
Sometimes it is truly a shame that dreams are such funny things.
When he left his beloved mountain and colony of solitude-loving okoji (a tale I have recounted in a history I named Friendly Relations), the creature called Rozoo was understandably very downhearted.
As far as lands go, Crellespia is, of course, among the best and most beautiful—though this is coming from a native, and may very well be somewhat of a prejudiced opinion.