(Nightshade - Nightshade's Burrow - Open)
Among the many leaves scattered around on the dug up dirt, lay a dark rabbit.
Nightshade emerged out of the leaves and yawned, hoping to find a sign from Lord Fire. Looking around, there were no dead fireflies scattered around like leaves. No alive ones either. "This must mean the terrible terrors aren't coming today..." The rabbit said to no one in particular, hoping he interpreted Lord Fire's sign correctly.
The leading hare stood up and poked his head out of his large and luxurious (by rabbit terms lol) burrow. As stealthily as possible, he got out and looked up at the sky. Dark like his fur. The perfect time to find offerings and bring them to Lord Fire's lightning bugs. They didn't appear to like the leaves Nightshade offered them, so... Maybe they like flowers?
Plucking a yellow flower off the ground with his mouth, Nightshade quietly walked and sniffed. Walked and sniffed. Walked and- IS THAT LIGHT? A few fireflies flashed in front of Nightshade. Slowly crawling over to them, he silently dropped the flower in front of them, hoping it wouldn't scare them away. The lightning bugs continued to fly for a solid second, until one of them came closer to the flower.
Scittering around inside of the flower for a few minutes, then finally emerging, the insect flew closer to it's buddies and continued doing... whatever the flashing was called. The black and white rabbit looked up at the sky once again. "My mighty Lord, do you accept this offering? Or must I search for something to match your own might?" Nightshade chirped. No answer.
"My dazzling Lord, alerting me in times of need, I wish to repay you for your kindness and ask for more help with my decisions and my colony. If I can find out what offerings you accept, I will gladly starve my colony to give you more of those, and in return your almighty self could help me and my nest to survive against the horrid beasts that I refuse to call wolves." Nightshade howled, trying not to offend his god. No answer.
Nightshade walked away dissappointed with himself, and slowly landed back to his burrow.