Welcome to Vagrant
We are a feral dog game set in Japan, based off the Ginga Nagareboshi Gin and Ginga Densetsu Weed manga/animes (though you do not need to be familiar with either in order to play here!). You can read more about the game here. If you already have an account, login - otherwise feel free to create an account and join us!
The Southern Alps provide a vast region of skyscraping mountain peaks and known for unforgivable winters. The cool climate of the mountains give it a relatively steady weather pattern. The Alps are sprinkled with small brooks and plenty of vegetation. The maze of forest paths are endless throughout the range, though the place itself is very livable.
Decaying quietly on a hillside near the base of the Southern Alps sits a small cabin that was probably once used by hunters, but has been long since abandoned. A few scarce pieces of dilapitated furniture dot the inside, where entrance can be gained through a broken window, while outside a rusted windmill creaks in the wind.
Territory created by Star.
Roughly translated the name means Forest of Despair. A dark, almost desolate place. It was named that by humans due to the keening howls the wolves used when calling to one another; it sounded to them like lost souls in despair and thus the name…Trees canopy the area, almost completely blocking out the sunlight in many of the areas. Prey is hard to come by, but not impossible.
Territory created by Ichiro.
A small area hidden from view by surrounding trees, Kaeda Takaoka translates directly to 'High Maple Hill'. The trees that grow here are all Japanese maple, a rare sight within the boundaries of the forest. Rising out of the fog ridden forest of browns and greens, with fanning ruby hued branches, this hidden treasure waits. At the right time of day the sun illuminates the bountiful gathering with a beautiful light from the many crimson and purple tinted leaves; the moon turns this area a bloody red.
The Northern Gate refers to the swatch of land leading into the Northern Alps. Carved with lakes and small streams and thick forests, the Northern Gate is also home to a series of hotsprings.The terrain gradually gets steeper and rocky as the ground fades away to the pass leading into the mountains.