<<Fortunately, I no longer have anything to do with the Wuru hunt. It's important to keep an eye on stocks, but by now the Tokala have overdone the restrictions ... >> thought Hapto Sanu Chas'oke as he stared into his fire.
The next morning Hapto left for home again. He did not only miss the wide grassland but also the moderate climate and the steady wind there. He was lucky and the Vokivo route saved a lot of time. Hapto passed the capital of his clan many days earlier than expected. Hapto did not want to give up the hunt for the precious ivory entirely. Stories of wanderers tell that the Naphas are said to have similar creatures at their coasts. He was convinced that there are certainly fewer hunting restrictions in Sizahlas. After many days Hapto arrived in his beloved area. There he enjoyed the rest of the half cycle before he continued his journey. It took him a few days until he passed the last herds of Pocos. This meant that he was very close to one of the border crossings. Since Hapto was of course not familiar with the empire he has just entered - the first thing he did in his search for the Wuru alternative was to buy the service of a guide. With his help they traveled downstream on a raft. Shortly before the river flowed into a huge bay, they got off the raft and took the roads further west. At the first great fork of the main road they went left towards the south and after one good day of walking they were about to enter a very special region…
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