I know there is a couple of things that need to be inserted before this, But I finished this piece and wanted to post it. We were approaching the shore again when we heard the howl. Both The Blastoid and Sindar reached back to pull their long spears out, and waited for a second howl. None came. One Howl means come to this spot Sindar spoke let us see what Gaiyut has found Sindar trotted ahead moving up a short grass covered hill. A boy as green as spring grass when they had set off, Sindar was a man now. He had started to change in Babylon and the attacks they had fended off in the wilderness had finished molding him into the fine warrior he was now. When the Blastoid crested the hill he saw the ocean filling the horizon. Unlike the northern ice cluttered shores they had seen last, the shore hear faced westward and the water was a piercing green. The land has warmed since they had last seen the sea, and here was game and trees again, the plenty of hunting had made eating well again. Far below was a gentle sandy beach, there was Gaiyut sitting on some rocks, Sindar was already half way down the hill striding confidently towards him. When the Blastoid finally had reached the beach he discovered that Gaiyut's rocks were not rock at all. They were pieces of wood, strewn across the beach as if tossed by a mad Auroch Bull. They are splintered by some hide pained sides of white and red. What is this? The Blastoid Asks It must have been a boat Gaiyut replied holding up the ragged, torn rope. But look at the fibers; I have never seen anything like it. The Blastoid took it and stared at the rope. I do not recognize it either. It is some type of reed, but thicker and stronger than those I have seen before. Look at this? Sindar spoke pulling up a broken plank; one side was painted with a brilliant sub inscribed with an Eye. This is no symbol of ours, is it Spanish or Babylonian. The Blastoid Spoke. It must be a new people then, one we have not met Spoke Gaiyut. We must send word to Arete at once. You are right; I will send a picture of this symbol with the raven, when it returns to us.