Traykar looked at all the doors and sighed."Come on guys, we're leaving." He ordered the Wolfen,"Who looked at him strangely,"I said come on, we are out of here." With that, the wolfen, bar Traykar made their goodbyes, before marching over to the 'Level One' Okoto, dropping them off in the region of jungle where they had been before. The temperature was warm and humid, and a great many bugs darted around the air, while many more scuttled along the ground. The ground itself was nothing remarkable, soft underfoot due to its muddy composition. The sky overhead went through many rotations at the group Traveled, pausing a few hours at a time to hunt for food to sustain their journey.
And so the four walked, none speaking, or giving any type of formal communication. They trekked over fallen trees, descended into valleys deep, and scaled mountains high. Through Rivers, and marshes, planes and hills, until at least, they had reached the region of Ice.
The Segment itself, was undoubtedly cold, just as the name 'Region of Ice,' would infer, but to the Wolfen, thr cold felt natural, something deep, ancestral, and primordial that couldn't be stripped away by machines or programming. This was where the Wolves were from, and this was where the Wolves belonged.
They continued onwards, their tracks quickly being covered by the heavy snowfall, until at last, they had arrived at their final destination: Traykar's house. Though he was only gone for a few weeks, the years caught up to him, and found himself weeping, his misdeeds and actions catching up with him, his regrets and misfortunes finally taking their long awaited toll. The Faces of those he killed, and the one he used to see in the mirror, all spinning about him in a whirling of torment and confusion until he fell to his knees and punched the ground."I'm sorry Bitey," He choked through tears: the shadow Trap nowhere in sight.
He sniffled for a moment, before getting up and dusting himself off,"I'm fine, I'm fine," He spoke,"It's just been a while," He chuckled. "I guess it's just, I'm not that great with goodbyes."