Monday, April 8, 2013

G is for Greymist Forest: You Can't See the Forest for the Mist!

 

This year's A to Z Challenge theme is: All About Foxwick.

G is for ... Greymist Forest: You Can't See the Forest for the Mist!

To Foxwick’s west lies Greymist Forest. The forest gets its name from the fog that clings to the trees. Unicorns and dragons have made their homes in Greymist Forest, including various people. Normal creatures like deer and bears also live there. Near Foxwick, there is a quaint grove filled with a gentle stream and fruit trees. When Foxwick hosts the Mage Game, Greymist Forest is the setting for the dragon and unicorn challenges.

21 comments:

Damyanti said...

Lovely.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Do the dragons and unicorns challenge one another?

Natalie Aguirre said...

I love your name for your forest. Greymist Forest sounds so cool.

Nick Wilford said...

That's a great name. It sounds sweet but also like it may have a sinister side.

Al Diaz said...

Unicorns do not like dragons. They believe themselves superior and to tell the truth, most dragons don't like unicorns either. I'm not one of them. I'm pacifist (for the most part.) People also relate unicorn with purity and dragon with evil. So not fair.

Jess * Jessie * Jessy said...

I like unicorns! :)

Jai said...

Your forest sounds awesome. I like unicorns and dragons!

Michael Offutt, S.F.A. said...

YOu should include a map with this post.

Cathrina Constantine said...

Very intriguing forest. I don't suggest taking a stroll at night there. Especially with dragons lurking about.

Timothy Brannan said...

Nice. I am going to have to go back a read your other posts. I love world-building.

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Tim Brannan
The Other Side and The Witch
Red Sonja: She-Devil with a Sword
The Freedom of Nonbelief

Camille Picott said...

Dragons and unicorns! Love them both. Greymist forest sounds like the place to be!

Christine Rains said...

What a place of wonder and mystery.

Mel Chesley said...

Now that sounds like an awesome forest! And a great setting for more than just Mage Game.

Mel at Writings Musings and Other Such Nonsense

Heidi Mannan said...

ooolala, sounds like a wonderful forest.

Patricia Lynne said...

Ooooo. That sounds like a magical forest to visit.

Cathy Keaton said...

That's a very cute idea!

~Sia McKye~ said...

That's a great name for the forest. Are there people involved with these challenges or just the dragons and unicorns?

Heather Holden said...

So cool! I really want to visit Greymist Forest now!

Elaine Smith said...

Greymist Forest sounds like the perfect place to hold challenges and tests; I guess the dragons and unicorns must feature strongly.

Beverly Fox said...

Sounds like a very promising setting to have some serious action take place!

sjp said...

Gotta love a good forest :)