Norther peak of Aberresai Savannah, one month later. They had travelled along the coast to keep from the dangers of the savanna. Some of the orc tribes there did not take kindly to humans crossing their territory. They had kept the endless ocean on their left and followed a well worn trail. They had seen a magnificent beast in the sky two days ago. Feathers of scarlet and gold catching the morning light. It hadn't taken an interest in them. That was a good thing. Only after it was beyond the horizon had Raigryn explained it could have lifted an entire horse from the ground in its claws. Fife was getting used to riding now. His pony was quite well behaved and followed his stolen horse quite contently. He had pulled less pained faces after a day in the saddle recently. The boy looked a little less gaunt. There was more colour in his cheeks, his hair looked more healthy. In a few years he'd probably grow into his boyish, almost feminine features. Kid was probably dealing with puberty now. Likely why he insisted on bathing well away from Raigryn when they found a clear stream. "I should probably tell you what it's like to teleport," he said. He could see the ground rising up towards a cliff that jutted out into the sea. He recognised the landmark. At the top of that ridge was one of the remaining portal stones.