Sitting on a stump, deep in the woods away from anything that could be remotely called a path, let alone a trail, the young man groaned and hung his head. Straight black hair, long enough to reach down past his shoulder blades hung around his head like a curtain, stirred only by his heavy breathing. He had been wandering for hours now, and dressed as he was in the long black coat with its red lining and silver trim, the black gloves and black leather boots, carrying a rather unwieldy-looking sword on his hip, it was no real surprise he was currently exhausted.
"I'm sure I've been heading in the same direction all this time, yet not a bloody village or even a road in sight for hours. Blast this stupid forest to Oblivion!" The young mans voice was smooth, educated and arrogant. The voice of an aristocrat used to not being lost.
As if to compliment his mood, the temperature in his immediate area began to fall rapidly, so much so that a fine dew was forming on the grass, which quickly became a delicate frost. Throwing his head back and roaring at the sky in frustration, a blast of cold pierced the canopy, so intense that the leaves, twigs, branches and even the insects and other forms of life that got caught up in it were instantly snap-frozen into solid ice sculptures.
With that out of his system, and realizing just what he had done, the gent grumbled to himself, pushed himself upright, and stomped off through the frozen grass to continue his journey. Behind him, the area he had frozen began to thaw out, the frost on the grass returning to dew but that which had been caught in his roar would remain as it was for some time still, the fact of which hadn't been lost on him, and only added to his current temper. If only he were five hundred metres to his right, he would have found a clear path to follow, rather than coincidentally walking perfectly parallel to it the entire time. Such was Wyvrens luck, and his sense of direction.