This elderly Norn, Fumio, seems like she's had a rough time... perhaps the gap in time and space was a bit too much for her. After all, we don't know how Norns feel when they're going through the Warp, now, do we?
(In the real world, there are still moving boxes in my apartment, but at least it's finally starting to feel like home.)
At the bottom corner of the Norn Terrarium, somewhere in this pile of creatures is Jonmi, who became pregnant with twins! Considering the egg nearby, it seems like this bunch has been having a lot of fun behind this hill, away from prying eyes... or something like that, anyways.
Did anyone else have a fascination with some critters in Creatures as a kid? Personally, I loved the Gosh-hawk. I found this guy particularly interesting because of his size and how he only showed up sometimes. I think once or twice, I might've gone nuts with the life launcher and put in twenty of these... it was funny to see them all settle into the same nest, oblivious to one another.
Esme and Elfgard, still destined to live forever, gently frolic not far from the entrance to the graveyard. They're almost - but not quite - aware of how their own mortality compares to that of their peers. At this point, they are around 22 hours of age.
Through the Warp once again comes Marked Tombstone from c1anddsaddict, who appears to be aware of her rather unfortunate name... with a name like that, is it fair to say this poor Norn was probably born with one foot in the grave?
Meanwhile, back in old Albia, the Gargoyle Norn population is beginning to dwindle. Most of them have sequestered themselves off on the island in the middle of the ocean, or are otherwise near it. The Cave Flies originally added to encourage them to move about still appear to be just making them extra miserable as they stay in the same place...
Life in Crestfall continues to march on one Norn at a time, for better or for worse...
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