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  • You will learn how the nightsheep can sustain you.

    Soarer's Choice

  • Outside, the wind whispered, and heavy spring snow fell across the holding he had begun to build, not that he had ever expected to be a herder, but the nightsheep were more tractable than pteridons, and only those with Talent could manage them.

    Soarer's Choice

  • The nightsheep usually graze in the area of the ice sands.

    Soarer's Choice

  • When you reach the Iron Valleys, find the nightsheep.

    Soarer's Choice

  • According to Asulet, the recently rediscovered creatures, the nightsheep, while somewhat dangerous, tended not to be aggressive unless attacked.

    Soarer's Choice

  • The scrats eat the seeds, but not much else besides nightsheep will browse on the shoots.

    Soarer's Choice

  • In the meantime, Alucius avoided the bush, as he would any quarasote, since all had spikes able to rip deep into the flesh of almost any animal, except the nightsheep, who foraged on the newer shoots.

    Darkness

  • He had no idea how many soarers remained or what the relationship between sanders and soarers might be, whether the sanders were another people or more like nightsheep to the soarers.

    Darkness

  • From where she had been riding, to the east of the nightsheep, Wendra reined up abruptly, wincing.

    Darkness

  • The traders in Dekhron, and those few others all along the Vedra, probably had more in common with Lanachrona than they did with crafters of Iron Stem and the herders of the north, and the nightsheep herders were few and far between across the arid quarasote plains.

    Darkness

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