Northern Wildwood

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  1. 1. Description
  2. 2. Wildwood Horses
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Territory Prince Edward Island
Major Waterways
Size ?? sq km / ?? sq mi

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1.  Description

The Northern Wildwood arm of Prince Edward Island is remote. Consisting of pristine beaches, marshland, and sparse forest, the area is as beautiful as it is difficult to access. Despite its distance from the mainland and difficulty of access, Luperci may find the area a plentiful resource. Northern Wildwood is home to an abundance of wild horses -- there are no fewer than five herds of ten to fifteen horses each roaming the hilly, sparsely forested area outside of the town. More surprising is their quality -- the horses are said to be descendants of the mounted police in the area, as well as those raced in the town of Cavendish Estates. Life in the northernmost extremes of the island has hardened them further -- they are swift-footed and sturdy animals.

2.  Wildwood Horses

These horses are said to be descendants of the mounted police in the area, as well as those raced in the town of Cavendish Estates. When humanity died out, these horses spread out to the Wildwood, forming herds and interbreeding to pass down the strong, hardy traits.

Life in the northernmost extremes of the island has hardened them further -- they are swift-footed and sturdy animals.

  • They are of a medium to large size, typically. Heights vary between the different herds.
  • Almost all are athletic (unless sickly or old), and not too aggressive towards Luperci due to their extended history with humans. However, Lupus form canines may frighten them.
  • Lithe and athletic; some may even look sleek from their racehorse heritage.
  • Thicker coats than usual, owing to the cool climate of the Wildwood.
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