You scoop up the debris with your paws and stand on your tip-toes to repair the nest. As you look into the nest, you see several other little birds. Each one is as energetic as the baby bird in your cave.
It takes some shuffling and intricate claw work to fully fix the nest, but after a little bit of effort, you manage to complete your work. The nest looks quite good with the exception of some awkward twigs you were unable to place just right.
As you settle back onto the ground, you see a fox.
It has a tiny feather sticking out of its mouth.
The baby bird is gone.
The fox burps at you and then flees.
You choose to…
- …congratulate yourself on a job well done in regard to the fixed bird’s nest.
- …sleep in a corner and hate yourself for your negligence.