Having learned the basic art of fletching from the greatest teachers of Surefall, I set out to expand on their ideas. I wanted to find a new type of wood that would be more susceptible to woodworking. This new wood also needed to have a great deal of flexibility to add to the power of each shot.
Traveling through the northern tundra I came upon a mine entrance that was nearly covered in snow. I swept away enough to wriggle my way in. I was surprised at how well kept this mine was. As a matter of fact it wasn't a mine at all but some sort of underground storage area.
There were many strange breeds of plants growing here. One of them was a type of sedge I had never seen before. Its boughs were long and slender. I went to examine it closer and tried to cut a branch off. It was surprisingly resilient. I gathered as many branches as I could and took them back to
Surefall were I would try to work with them.
There I applied the same teachings I learned when working with Shadewood.