Nature rarely takes notice when a throne sits empty. The trees still stretch their limbs towards the sky, and unfurl their leaves in the Spring. Grasses still grow plush and verdant along the ground. The sun still paints the sky with strange colors in the dawn.
So, when the long standing Elven queen took her last breath and emptied the throne, it seemed very odd to the deer that the Elves should be so concerned. But deer know nothing about the peaceful transfer of power (and the fear of wars) or the nature of governments and diplomacy. They do not know about the struggle for power after an heirless queen ascends to the ethereal plane. Nor the way a new monarch might use or abuse the throne. Nor do they know about alliances and treaties between states.
Deer know many things. They know of the soft earth under their hooves; they know the sweet taste of spring grass; they know the warmth of the serotinal sun; they know the crispness of heavy snow on the ground..They also know that the elves may fret, but the seasons will still cycle and the sun will still warm their backs in the summer.
Hello, bloglings! We Love Roleplay opens its doors again tomorrow on the fourth. With this comes two beautiful new home and garden pieces. First, this beautiful Elven throne perched atop rocks. The throne appears to be crafted from growing trees, with their roots curling around the rocks. It is beautifully detailed. Another beautifully detailed item are the Thorn Fantasy Lamps from Elysium with elegantly swirling pole and texture change available on the glass globe. They are also scripted to vary their lighting.
Don’t forget to stop by this round; it promises beautiful things. Also, check the Christmas trees for your Christmas present. ❤
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HEXtraordinary – Elven Throne at We Love Roleplay
Elysium – Thorn Fantasy Lamp at We Love Roleplay
Love – Fantasy Deer – Fairy Lights
HPMD – Dirt Road – Brown
alirium – Petit Woods
alirium – Itchy Grass in Dark Green
alirium – Puffy Grass in Green
alirium – Ray of Light in White
Hart – Oak Mature Summer Tree