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 The Finno-Ugrian Stone Age

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PostSubject: The Finno-Ugrian Stone Age   Thu Feb 18, 2010 6:02 pm

Tino:
(This is going to be pretty cracky but it's still not! XD )

The small boy with his longish blonde hair walked down the mountain slope, looking behind him after his friend. They were about to start a long journey, to find new places to live as they had heard the big Ice that had been covering all those lands further away had finally started melting away.
Now the two boys had grown old enough to go out on their own adventures, and become their own nations.

Eduard:

((Oh yeah, I am awaiting for all the shit that Estonia can walk against because there surely weren't any glasses inveted in the stonae age xDDD ))

He was another small boy with also blonde hair which appeared to be slightly messier, following after his friend. The journey was making him quite excited. That again made Eduard less attentiv as he didn't quite notice how steep the slope could be and he slipped, accompanied by a startled yell.

Well, that was a daily occurence but he sure hoped he would manage to discover new lands with his friend. First off he stood up from where he had fallen and smiled to show Tino that he was just fine. Now, where was it save to step forward again? Had everything just gotten blurrier than usually?

Tino:
"Waah, Eduard! Are you okay?!" The slightly older boy reached out and grabbed the other by his shoulders, holding him steady. "I'll hold your hand when we walk down, okay?" Smiling he lowered his hand and took a steady grip on Eduard's hand before taking a few steps downwards, checking that the other boy was following him.

Eduard:
Eduard sighed relieved as his friends help made him really happy. "Thanks, that helps really a lot. Ah, I really hate how I have sight problems." The boy grumbled slightly and let himself be guided, following his friend. He really wouldn't dare to let go of his hand at the moment. God knows what could happen with him with his luck. So he made sure to have a steady grip on the other blond's hand also.

Tino:
"Aw it's okay! Maybe they'll get better with time. And I'll be here to help you!"
Slwoly they made their way down the slope, until they reached the more flat ground, reaching out into eternity in every direction. For some strange reason Tino just knew on the inside in what direction they should walk. He knew that if he followed the path his heart sent him on they would find their knew homes somweher out there.

Eduard:
"Haha, I sure hope so. And thanks, you are really a great friend to have~"
He couldn't see too well where this enternity reached but somehow he felt being pulled in the same direction. Their new homes would be surely out there. Maybe the new homes would be difficult to live in the beginning but they surely can do it. Having the help of each other when needed with that they can do everything.

Tino:
"You are a great friend too!"
Even though the landscape was now easier to walk in, Tino still didn't let go of Eduard's hand. He held it as steadily as earlier as they walked and walked, passing forests and hills. Slowly the sun started to sink and the shadows grew longer.
"Maybe we should stop for tonight?"

Eduard:
Eduard smiles as they continued walking. Even as everything was slightly blurry he took notice of everything slowly getting darker and he nodded.
"Yeah, that would be good idea. We have come quite far already and scary creatures might come out also now that it is getting darker..."

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Ej lyfts en höjd mot himlens rand, Ej sänks en dal, ej sköljs en strand,
Mer älskad än vår bygd i nord, Än våra fäders jord.
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PostSubject: Re: The Finno-Ugrian Stone Age   Fri Feb 26, 2010 4:21 am

"Yeah you're right.. and I'm not sure we're really strong enough for those yet.. I've heard there are lots of bears here! But those are probably nothing compoared to those mammoths they say we'll have to face up where we're going.." Tino laughed nervously and looked around, checking if there was anything they could use as shelter. deciding that a tree with low branches would be great to build one at he gently pulled Eduard in that direction. "Come, let's go to that tree, it'll work well. Then we'll have to put up a fire too, so we can keep warm."

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Ej lyfts en höjd mot himlens rand, Ej sänks en dal, ej sköljs en strand,
Mer älskad än vår bygd i nord, Än våra fäders jord.
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PostSubject: Re: The Finno-Ugrian Stone Age   Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:14 pm

Eduard nodded in agreement and spoke then softly, "I've heard the the mammoths are supposedly very, very big... too big for us to defend or fight against..." Eduard let himself be pulled after his friend. "Yeah, that seems like a good place for the night. We really do need a fire. The night could get chilly." He hummed softly, being in his thoughts for a moment. "I can put up the fire if that's okay with you." Actually, walking around while it is darkening outside is something Eduard prefered not to do. Because his sight was bad enough to cause accident to happen even more easly in such cases.
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PostSubject: Re: The Finno-Ugrian Stone Age   Thu Mar 11, 2010 1:53 am

"Sure you do that! I'll fix us some shelter!" That was indeed a very good idea, Eduard would have had such problems walking around by himself in this darkness.
"Just make sure not to set yourself on fire, haha~"
Tino let go of Eduard and walked off a little, leaving him there to put up the fire. He found some nice branches to put up against the tree... Next would be soem leaves and plants to put on top of those.... This was going just well.

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PostSubject: Re: The Finno-Ugrian Stone Age   Fri Mar 26, 2010 3:03 am

Voices. She was certain that she could make out voices in the distance. Or perhaps it was a pack of wild beasts that she had never seen before. In any case, it was a chance for adventure and Elizaveta never passed that chance by. Ready to fight for a meal, she grabbed her spear and sharpened the point until it was perfect. If it was a group of large animals, she may not be able to fight them off though… She sharpened another spear, just to be safe. They were closer now; their voices grew louder with the slowly passing moments. She decided to take a chance a slink along a thick patch of greenery, crawling on all fours, not making a sound. Then, she could see them! They were not beasts at all! They looked almost exactly like her! She betrayed her cover by letting a small gasp slip from her lips. Startled by her own reaction, she ducked down; hoping the two like her did not hear or see her. The grip she held onto the spears tightened and she waited for any sign of movement from the other two.

(I hope I'm doing this right. XD)
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PostSubject: Re: The Finno-Ugrian Stone Age   Mon Jun 07, 2010 8:31 am

Eduard picked up some dry branches and grass to make the fire more easly. As he was settling down and starting on his job, there was suddenly a weird voice to be heard. The blond looked at his surrounding but like usually everything was just a big blurr. His breathing quickened along with his heart beats.

"Is someone out there?" The teen shouted suddenly, hoping it was either his imagination or some wild animal that would be scared away by his voice.

His senses heightened (minus seeing as that is too sucky and glasses haven't been invented for the poor sap yet), he waited for what would happen now.

(( Using the chance as long I am still a bit on a coffee high... and it came out longer than I thought it would =w= Ah well... ))
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PostSubject: Re: The Finno-Ugrian Stone Age   Tue Jun 22, 2010 1:34 am

Hearing Eduards voice back from where he had left him made him turn around and look. The way Eduard was nervously looking around and not seeming to be able to focus on anything (what a surprise) made him leave what he was doing with a small sigh and make his way back.

The closer he got the clearer it became that Eduard was looking for something.
"Hey, is something wrong?" He said with a little louder voice so he would hear it, even though they still had a few stone throws between them.

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PostSubject: Re: The Finno-Ugrian Stone Age   Fri Nov 05, 2010 4:18 pm

The noises stopped or at least Eduard didn't hear them anymore. The teens blinks several times, obviously confused himself. As he heard his companion return, the blond turned towards the other.

With big eyes he stares maybe a full minute at Tino until he speaks, "I wonder... if I am seeing ghosts now..." (Never mind that he can't in truth see much of anything.) "Or... if there are a lot of wild animals near here."
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PostSubject: Re: The Finno-Ugrian Stone Age   Thu Nov 25, 2010 12:16 pm

Finally reaching the other boy he places his hand on his shoulder, not really sure himself if it was to reassure him or to steady him... Or even just to feel some contact and safety himself, as Eduard seemed to think they weren't all alone.

"There might be... we... should be careful, hmm;;?" He looked around them, trying to catch sight of anything moving. There was nothing.

"Well, uhh," He pointed towards where he'd been previously. "I started on a small shelter up there by that tree, see? We could sleep under that."

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PostSubject: Re: The Finno-Ugrian Stone Age   Sun Jan 16, 2011 4:43 am

Feeling Tino's hand on his on his shoulder, let him feel slightly saver in these unknown surroundings. The blond let out a sigh. "Yeah, better be careful... than regret it later."

Ed moved his eyes to where his friend was pointing and sees a vaguely something blurry that probably is the mentioned shelter. "I think I see it. Seems like a good place for the night. "

That reminded him that he was in the middle of making a fire. "I've found quite a bit of branches and dry grass and so on to start the fire soon too." A smile appeared on his face as he tried not to think too hard about various potentially dangerous animals close-by.
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