The cure has been found! Wolves on Anikira are recovering from the disease and life is moving forward with the promise of pups in many packs. And yet darkness looms on the horizon, daring the creatures of Anikira to relax and allow themselves to get comfortable once more.
I'queyer is largely dominated by the Endyt Cape that stretches for many miles of the coastline. It remains cool or warm year-round, unlike most of Anikira. The beach stretches across a quarter of the entire continent's coast. It is abundant in large prey and open for loners to roam at ease.
A wide open expansive prairie makes for a beautiful picture as one makes their way from the Itai tunnels. From cool and dark caverns to bright and colorful foliage, this place is certainly a diverse area. A sprinkling of flowers dot the Prairie grasses to delight both prey and predator until it gradually becomes swallowed up by jagged walls that led into an underground network which bats and a variety of insects call home. Some would call this place more ominous while other surely choose to see it as cheerful. The secrets of this place may prove to be both.
The lava has cooled, and the waves against the molten earth carved a new isle off Anikira's coast. Somani Island, a slowly evolving utopia, is small but has great potential. Saplings and grass are beginning to grow, while other places still wait for their hidden potential to be exposed. The tiny island may act as a sanctuary from the perils of the mainland.
The beach along the Endyt Cape is highly unusual. Over many years, shards of broken glass in every color have washed ashore here, worn smooth by the ocean currents that carried them. The cape is largely open to the elements, leaving the glass bare to the sun at all hours and creating a dazzling effect for visitors. The yellow and amber shards of glass, in particular, seem almost hypnotic in quality, and more than a few who have visited this place liken those pieces to eyes. Few seabirds seem to flock here, likely due to the equally sparse aquatic life able to survive along the shoreline.
The western portion of the I'queyer Peninsula is home to Kaer Beach. Bathed in the warm waters of Somani Bay, this is perhaps the most luxurious beach on the continent. The highlands run freshwater into the sea, and the brackish environment is perfect for unique species of fish. It is picture perfect in it's views of the ocean, and if one looks hard enough, they can almost make out the canyons of Xisyn across the water.
In an effort to provide the least restrictve roleplaying environment available, Anikira and their staff have moved the community to the Proboards paid forums. This forum allows unlimited writing freedom to members, as well as an ad-free environment and our ability to customize the forum and its ratings/content however we choose! In order to do so, we will require your help! There is a monthly cost associated with this service, and any and all donations toward this goal are appreciated. Please use the PayPal link below for all donations for Anikira maintenance and moving costs. We look forward to a roleplaying environment where the sky is the limit!
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Jaidah is one of the albinos on the site, a brand new character brought to life by a brand new player. It is interesting to see how such a pure looking being could be wrapped up in the angsty claws that is Irkalla! We will definitely be staying in-tune with this character to see just what heights Bird is able to take her!
We would like to offer a large thank you to several members that put significant work into the new design of the forum. Thank you to Zen for the work on images for the skin. Thank you to the stock providers for this skin: AdenarKaren on DeviantArt and Kalliysgraphy on Deviantart. We would also like to thank Tril and Bacon For work on the coding and a big thank you to
Nile for her work on the map and board images!