"Don't know about you, but I'd rather not trust random lights in a forest. I'd like to go on the path." Dreel says, pulling out one of his Javelins and brushing aside some of the leaves and other plants obscuring the path to show the others where he was indicating.
"Dreel, you may be right, although this path looks like it has not been used for some time," Ignus leans down to inspect the overgrowth. "Regardless, we must make a choice and this path seems as good as any other option. Shall we?"
Clipclop: (to everyone[telepathically]) "Isn't it strange that we are all going the same way, but do not know how to exactly get there? I would claim its a trap of some sort, but who would want a bunch of random strangers?"
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"Trapped by fate perhaps. I cannot help but think we have been brought together for a reason. Two strangers going the same way, meeting by chance? That is a coincidence. A group our size all traveling the same path at the same time? Larger forces are at work. At least that is what I believe."
Rutah continues following the group keeping his thoughts of their path to himself. "Perhaps marking our trail would prove helpful." Rutah begins tearing his headscarf into smaller pieces and tying them to branches of trees as they walk past.
For some time, the travellers walked along the path, without noticing any changes in their surroundings. The chirping and buzzing sounds still echoed through the forest. The trees continue along the path in a similar spacing and the fog still obscured much of their surroundings.
The pieces of cloth Rutah is tying to the lower branches leave a clear trail behind the group.