An arduous journey leads to a moment of reprieve. The others in your group prepare a small fire as you tend to your wounds. Knowing the moment to be fleeting, you recall your accomplishments and lay down, the smell of the fire enveloping you as you fall in slumber.
Scent Notes: Clove, Incense, Smoke
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