Belzar walked along the plains in silence, aware of the group travelling behind him. As he walked, his thoughts stewed around in his head. It was disappointing that the elven commander had not lent them any of the forces, but it was only to be expected after all. They didn't want to strecth their forces any thinner, especially for a plan like Belzar's. But it still annoyed him that they were so narrow-minded about it. Oh well, guess they're only option now was to go to the next port of call. Stopping suddenly, Belzar spun around and looked at the group. "Ok, everyone listen. Now, our plan at the elven encampment obviously went further astray then I originally intended. It shouldn't be an issue, but let's try and avoid any elven camps from now on. Hopefully we'll have next luck at our next stop." At this point, Belzar paused and looked at Savage, almost feeling sympathy for her before remembering the task at hand. "The nearest village is a small Felis one, in the forests to the east." he said, pointing in that direction. "The Felis aren't heavily involved in this war, but they do still do their part. We're gonna see if we can convince some of them to help us. We'll travel for a few more hours, then make camp for the night. First light, we head off again. Got it?" he asked, and then, when no reply was forthcoming, took it as a unanimous yes, and started off again. After a few more hours, of uninterrupted, montonous walking, Belzar stopped near a small strand of trees. It wasn't anything like the forests they'd already been in, but it would afford cover, should they need it. Pushing through to the centre of the cover, Belzar crouched down, and started a fire while the others filed in behind him. Within a few minutes, Belzar had started quite a nice fire, to stand against the rapidly oncoming darkness. Looking up, Belzar muttered "It gets darker quicker these days." before standing up and walking outside the trees, by himself. Standing with his back against the trees and the fire, Belzar stared out at the night, and sunk into private reflection once more.