Ekay and his sergal guide begin their way through the sandy pathway. With strange and likely hazardous tendrils strewn about on all sides, Ekay heeds the sergal boy’s advice and keeps close.

Lore note: the anatomy of a sergal foot is highly visible on this page, as well as the shape of the tracks a sergal would leave in the sand. Built for running and jumping, sergals use their feet for quickly traversing a variety of rough terrain, helping to increase their chances of survival in such harsh environments.