The story of Bluegrass is about a colony of massive insects called Exosects that gathered to build a single nest made of blocky hollow trees. These trees were cut down to form pegs that acted as various structures and landmarks for the colony. Some of the pegs were even used as traps for their enemies, while the finest pieces were placed deep underground to support the tunnels where the creatures nurtured their kind. The giants preferred hunting for small scaly morsels called Nomen as they conquered a world without a sun. During hard times, the Nomen prepared attacks upon the giants using primitive arts and armor. Using the traps and tunnels to their advantage, the great Exosects dominated their prey for many years as the scaly rebels improved their tools and technology.
Using the tunnels to trap the Exosect’s strongest, and starving the weak away from the nest, the Nomen managed to exterminate the insect race off of their continent by the end of the era. Areas that the insects used as turf since then broke away from the Nomen’s ground and soared towards the stars as the last Exosect was killed off.
Today, you’ll see flowers nearby where the Exosect nests rests on the Cloud Boarder. But don’t worry, the only thing that made the Exoscets so dangerous wasn’t their claws or mandibles. It was their strong scent and formidable cunning.
Although, If you think you see the blood moon of Ni, get away from the bluegrass and its foliage.
10 months ago
21 Mar 2018 02:21 CET
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