Kaze stretched out a tendril of air and cupped her face for a moment in response. Then
the caress loosened and Kaze released Mara. The wind moved down in a fast, but quiet
breeze. Mara could only tell where Kaze was by watching the plants bend when the wind
passed over them. A line of bending plants snaked across the valley floor, heading for the
nearest clump of fruit bushes. The crushed ground covers released a stronger, sweet, scent
that drifted back to Mara, making her stomach growl again. Then Mara saw a movement at
one of the bushes. A large, oval-ish fruit was shaking on the bush. The snakes became small
vibrations that she could barely see, and then they stopped. The fruit then began floating in
the direction of a nearby bush with a different sort of fruit on it. The oval fruit hovered in
front of the new bush, and a small, bright red, circular fruit began vibrating quickly in place.
Then the red fruit joined the oval fruit, and both were still.
The humanoids were standing next to a creek, behind part of a root-wall past the fruit bush.
Sounds of laughter and some sort of language drifted on the mostly-still afternoon air. They
hadn't noticed the fruit, but it would not be long until they saw the unusual sight. Then Mara
saw a pebble rise to the left of the fruit and the people, seemingly of it's own accord, before
arching high into the air and plunging into the creek some distance ahead of the people.
The loud, large splash caught their attention, and they quickly moved up and away from
the floating fruit to see what had caused the splashing. The fruit began racing back towards
Mara the instant the people started walking away. Kaze had accomplished its mission.