Things were quiet. Well, perhaps that wasn't the right criticism, quiet was always fine, but dull instead. He'd never been big on being the one to organise events or spice things up, but when push came to shove the lupine supposed he could at least attempt it - if he were to lead by example then it was only the right thing to do. He'd been working on gathering deadwood and dried leaves for most of the day, but only when the sky grew red from dusk did he pile them all together. The collection gathered in a pyramid shape close to where the old camp had burned down (Feliks believed the shortage of plant life around there equaled less fire hazards). Sections of tree trunks had been rolled into a large dodecahedron shape around the clutter, substitutes for benches, and of course there was food about. Meats to roast, marshmallows. Unfortunately for the more fun-inclined Thunderlanders there was no alcohol about, but that was mainly due to the male's distrust of intoxicating drinks as opposed to a lack of supply. Once everything was set up the male paused, tongue twisting in his mouth. Was it too soon to host this?
He could smell the spirits of Thunderlanders who'd perished, yet they couldn't show themselves to him, he lacked the power. It almost felt disrespectful, for some this was supposed to be a resting ground, he steeled his gaze the longer he thought. It didn't matter, life needed to be celebrated and that couldn't be done whilst fearing what the deceased would thing. A few more seconds passed and he gestured to one of the NPCs who had helped him out, from the boy's paw a flame emerged. It settled on the pile of foliage, his structure first laced with embers, then actual fire. The flames crawled from bottom to top, grey smoke trickling from the gap in the canopy... perhaps he should've let the Thunderlands know what he was doing before he willing started a fire in their homes. "Thunderlands! I'm having a bonfire over here, if you want some snacks or want to share stories and songs then come on over!". He'd been pondering inviting allies, but for now he'd keep the event a Thunderlands only ordeal. Even with their annual festival coming up soon, he figured it would be nice for everyone to get to know each other.