The town stayed under the night, following with the whistles of the swallows flying. Briggan swiftly across the woods, not making a single sound. He was chasing a deer that had just savoured his belly for supper but he was losing his hopes because of his losing stamina. Briggan took one last step until he snapped back into a docile position. Briggan wheezed and coughed harshly from all of the chasings he had just done. He slipped down onto the mushy ground and sat into a sleeping position. Briggan of what will be his schedule tomorrow but didn't bother because of his sleepy mind and soon dozed off into a deep sleep.
The sunlight separated into a thousand rays, creating a magnificent shadow that covered the woods. Briggan woke up to hear the birds chirping and the grass crunching under his paws. He looked and stood up cautiously as he yawned with his mouth wide open. He padded along the leaf-filled ground, making crunching and cracking sounds every step he took. He suddenly stopped as his ears heard a slight movement and caught a whiff of a familiar smell. He got hyped and got into his hunting position. He saw a small deer and then ran as fast as he could along the field, managing to sink his teeth on to the helpless deer. He finished his meal quickly and looked up to see a tall figure standing on the grass. He had been warned about a human travelling among the sacred woods. Briggan took a step forward towards the human and walked slowly toward it.