The Depths of the Forest TG
I flinched a bit as a small twig from a nearby tree swung back and grazed me across the cheek. Just another small scrape to add to the list as I tried to forge my way through this dim-lit forest. I pressed forward, careful to ensure that every step was safe, lest I fall and add a more serious injury to the list.
I’d been wandering this place for what felt like hours, although it was hard to tell with the small amount of light that peered through the tree tops. My phone had gotten destroyed a while ago, when I’d fallen into a river while hiking with some friends. The water itself was surprisingly warm, preventing me from getting hypothermia, but it took from me my ability to tell time.
Despite the fact that I couldn’t tell how long I’d been out here, nor was I able to get in contact with anyone, I felt strangely at peace, as if there were a spell on me. To be truthful, it almost felt like there was a spell on this whole land. The dim-lighting, musty atmosphere, a