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Lethevale Mods ([personal profile] lethevale_mods) wrote in [community profile] lethevale2017-01-13 01:05 pm
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Who: Everyone!
Where: The whole of Lethevale.
When: January 13th.
What: A storm, a town, and a beginning.
Warnings: TBC

It isn't unusual, in the mountains at this time of year, to have some wild weather. What is unusual is just how quickly and how violently this particular storm blows in. One moment it's a clear, fine winter's day, unusually good for travelling, with frost glittering on the ground and the sun dazzlingly bright in a painfully blue sky - then, without warning, the sky is blotted out by roiling black clouds, and the early afternoon is plunged into dim twilight. By three o'clock in the afternoon, the storm has fully arrived, and gale-force winds are lashing the sharp, icy rain in all directions, while lightning flashes and thunder roars around the mountainsides.

The good news is that even the wolves and bears have gone to ground. The bad news is that they had good reason to. Any traveller caught in this storm had better find shelter of their own - between the cold and rain, the battering wind which can bring down whole trees, and the rapidly flooding valley, it's simply not safe for even the hardiest passerby to be outside right now.
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[personal profile] someguywithglasses 2017-01-18 12:55 am (UTC)(link)
"Oh. Right, the weather. Is it always like that?" On and off, Amamiya meant, though he failed to specify.

"I suppose I'll just have to wait, then. THank you."
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[personal profile] lethevale_npc 2017-01-22 04:57 pm (UTC)(link)
"The winters here can be unpredictable," Johanssen says sagely, nodding, and with his hand still on the younger man's shoulder, tried to guide him as smoothly as possible towards the bar. "Though this is unusual, even here. A particularly bad storm. You'll want to stay inside a while, warm up... Why don't I fetch you some mulled cider, to start off with? Speciality of the house. My family have brewed it for five hundred years."