Baker Bloch standing on the island in the middle of Ratzenberger’s Rabbit Head, staring toward the 8 sided small tower just north in the neighboring sim of Villeneuve.
Do these 2 stubby red oak trees have anything to do with the involved mythology? he muses at the time. More later on that?
Top of the tower or small castle. Interestingly there’s a hepagram based design in the center of the 8 sided tower top. As Karoz is checking behind Baker now, he finds that its a Sigil of John Dee, designed to “communicate with angels.”
Baker explores a bit more of the forest tonight than he’s accomplished before, but decides to save a fuller probing until another night…
… as it’s on to the east side of Yd Island tonight, across the high, single spinal-type ridge essentially separating the 2 sides of the island from each other. Kind of, anyway. Here Baker is in Brabham just southwest of Ratzenberger, standing in front of another perhaps peculiar body of water that Karoz presently finds strangely reminiscent of Rabbit Head. Nice waterfalls; fairly realistic. And that’s a beaver home to Baker’s immediate left. A perhaps suspiciously attentive heron looks toward the swimming beaver family just outside. Other water birds dot the landscape surrounding the pools. But as far as Karoz can tell today, there’s only one fish in either the lower or upper pools here (lower).
Note: although a second waterfall is present in the scene here — essentially a duplicate of the nearer of the 2 waterfalls to Baker that separate the 2 pools in question — it strangely doesn’t drain another pool further up but instead just “emits” from the ground. A spring?
To complete the explanation of this small water system, a stream drains from the upper of the 2 pools, only to dead end about 150 meters south near the Brabham/Westbury line (but not on the line, as one might think).
Uh oh. Another big rabbit sighted in Westbury, in what appears to be a small, ocean-side Japanese village mainly composed of clean, white buildings set within immaculately and precisely landscaped grounds. Karoz is checking behind Baker: the rabbit is gone today (!) A dog is near the gate now, not present in Baker’s snapshot below. Has the rabbit turned into a dog?
And the village itself seems to be deserted, as Karoz is finding in poking around more than Baker Bloch did that day.