It Was just turning twilight, causing the world to be bathed In a pink and orange hued light. The land was quiet, the animals that had been awake during the day preparing for bed, while The creatures of the night had yet to wake up. The scenery was something comparable to what modern-day Massachusetts might look like, but lacked The population and cities. Besides a few small villages with humble buildings, the land was mostly covered by a blanket of trees in fact, The only interruption to their leafy level Canopy The occasional giant of a tree or small lake With its own river. It was quiet, solitary, even. Which was exactly why Juo had Picked a branch in a tree as far From the nearest village as he wanted.
Juo Was a striking figure, tall and lean. His hair was a light Silvery blue, cut in an a-line That left the front to spill over his broad shoulders while Remaining rather short in the back. Drawing Attention away from his hair were two large and Pointed Fox Like ears, pale silver with extra fur Falling from the inside. These Perfectly matched the bushy tail Casually draped so that it hung Over the edge of the branch, occasionally twitching the white tip like a content cat. He was dressed in a simple pair of black pants, Complemented by a long tunic That, if they had been open, Perfectly matched their bright blue hue. Lifting one of his hands with long claws tipping Each finger, he Lazily scratched behind one of his ears, Yawning widely To reveal equally sharp fangs.
"I don't understand why anyone wants to be part of civilization..." He Murmured, stretching his arms luxuriously over his head before placing them behind his neck to support it. "Solitude is so much more peaceful."
If Only the pulse of magic hadn't Decided to wash over his part of the forest at that moment, coding his tongue with the taste of iron. Vibrant blue eyes flying open, Juo Lifted his head slightly and turned it to look towards the nearby lake, curiosity tugging at his instincts. The only thing he could tell about the strong wave of magic from this distance Was that it had been a transportation spell of some kind. But from where or who it had transported, he couldn't tell. After a moment of hesitation, he sighed, Springing to his feet. "Looks like it's going to be up to me to greet The newcomer. Before something else finds them first and decides they are better off as a snack." He muttered Before beginning to jump along the branches, using the canopy as his footholds.