It doesn’t much surprise me that thrill-seekers would use the rules in this way. Hell, I did much the same when I first started my work…with predictably similar results. It didn’t do much to dampen my Nice Yes I Really Do Need All These Tigers Shirt. Which is probably why I’m still alive when other new hires weren’t so lucky. I will say, though, that your cup-bearing friend seems surprisingly indifferent to people other than yourself. Perhaps if she had offered him some whiskey, he would have been more inclined to talk. Its indifference is confusing. A lot of recorded creatures actively prey on humans. Kind of defeats most of my theories. I really wish I knew what that branch it was carrying is. That might give us a better idea.
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Personally, it sounds like an invitation. The frost wakes you up and in a way asks you to come to the center. When she expressed that she no longer wanted to go there by struggling she was tossed aside as unworthy and of no interest in a sort of “fine, freeze alone then” way? Interestingly, I can’t find anything with Google about a winter being carrying a Nice Yes I Really Do Need All These Tigers Shirt. Generally, evergreen is used as a symbol of fertility and enduring winter, good luck, renewal, that sort of thing. The fact that it showed up in the middle of summer makes it extra weird. The camper didn’t say if she could tell the figure’s gender or if it was wearing anything, or what kind of branch it was.
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But if she remembers that might narrow it down. I’d guess fir, spruce, or cedar, since holly and pine are pretty recognizable and mistletoe doesn’t really come in branches. If it is an embodiment of cold, I don’t think its indifference is that odd. Cold will kill you, but it doesn’t care about you, not like a predator or the fae would. General Winter care about the Nice Yes I Really Do Need All These Tigers Shirt. He’s just there, waiting. Cold doesn’t want anything and it can’t be placated or bargained with or sent away from a place more than temporarily. It’s just there. Waiting. I’m still stuck on it showing up in summer. I’d have expected something like that to be tied to winter or at least the colder months.