All posts by Ms. Steinbrink

Making a Difference


For some, this past week at Tremper has been more memorable than most. On Wednesday March 14th, schools nationwide took a stand in remembrance of yet another tragedy at a high school in Parkland, Florida. At exactly 10 a.m. students across the country walked out of their classes and stood outside of their schools to gather together for 17 minutes of silence– a minute for each life lost in Parkland. Tremper High School was very accepting of those who wished to participate in national movement; other schools, however, forbid it. Though schools cannot prevent students from expressing their constitutional rights to assemble and speak freely, many administrations threatened participants with detention and truancies, even going so far as expulsion. Whatever the price, it was seemingly worth every minute. Continue reading Making a Difference

Nationwide Walkout Draws Estimated Crowd of 375 to Tremper Rally


The tension and emotion was thick enough to cut with a knife at Tremper’s silent walkout supporting gun reform and commemorating the lives of the seventeen slain students of Parkland’s school shooting one month ago. Students stood in silence around Tremper’s infamous painted rock for seventeen minutes, one for each student at Parkland, as administrators looked on at a distance. Prayers, condolences, and murmurs of change rippled through the crowd before and after the vigil, all asking the same question: “How will we change the future?”

Students across the country began to answer that question all across the country Wednesday, as walkouts at 10:00 a.m. began on the Eastern Seaboard and rolled across the nation, drawing media coverage at the largest rallies. The nature of the walkouts varied in both size and intent- from small clusters of students leaving school to rallies of thousands in major cities and Washington DC, students either remained silent in respect for the dead, or made their intentions clear by raising their voices against the organizations and legislators they feel have allowed the rampant killing of innocent Americans. According to The New York Times, students were heard chanting “Hey, hey, NRA, how many kids have you killed today?” as they marched through New York. Continue reading Nationwide Walkout Draws Estimated Crowd of 375 to Tremper Rally

Our Town Modern Relevancy and Review


Now more than ever there seems to be a lack of connection between people.  This lack of connection has been a part of human existence for so long that it seems like individuals have forgotten how to actually build a relationships and the issue continues to damage society daily.  Thornton Wilder, the playwright of Our Town, highlighted this problem back in 1938 with his work.  The lack of connection between people has been a pressing matter for quite some time, and society’s behavior today suggests that there is not a solution in the near future.  A major reason for the lack of connection can be found in the core of individuals themselves; people are not fulfilled by what they have. Continue reading Our Town Modern Relevancy and Review

Food PSA


With food obsessions on the rise, the positive attitude and marketing surrounding fast food chains is becoming more prominent. One can hardly breathe without being interrupted by food campaigning. The Merriam-Webster definition of a foodie is “a person having an avid interest in the latest food fads.” Social media is crawling with these “foodies” whose food cravings can include charcoal ice cream, pink toast, avocado lattes, sushi burgers, rainbow grilled cheese, and mac n cheetos. Continue reading Food PSA

Verse: Part I of VI

BY JAROD STURYCZ – The Abstract Section

Do you know why is —– so quiet today?

                                                                                   He said his dad is gone.

He died?

                                                                                     No, on the way to school, I heard his mom say

                                                                                     “Your father’s still picking you up after school

                                                                                    and taking you home.”

Oh, well hopefully he’ll be alright for

rehearsal later.


Do you know where —– is today?

                                                                                     I’m not sure. Nobody came to pick me up this                                                                                               morning and he texted me that his parents didn’t                                                                                       come home last night.

Woah. He mentioned something about

that in his new verse he showed us

yesterday, I think.


Hey… my mom told me that there was a

fire at —–’s house last night.

                                                                                          What happened!?



Verse: Part II of VI

BY JAROD STURYCZ – The Abstract Section

It’s been five days! Not a word from —–!

Why won’t anybody tell us anything?

                                                                                Who knows how bad that fire was? I just want to                                                                                        see  him. I can’t focus on anything.


—–! You’re OK! Oh my god, we were-! —–,

your face…your hair…oh.

                                                                              [—–’s voice has become strained and raspy. Part of his

                                                                                 neck and head have been badly burnt.]

It’s good to see you guys….I got a haircut, I guess.

                                                                           Ha ha ha ha agk agk! [a nasty-sounding cough comes

                                                                               over him]

Hey, woah, are you alright? Be careful.

                                                                            Yeah, I’m OK. I just have to keep drinking water and it

                                                                            should get better–not gone–but less painful.

That’s good because we need you on these new

tracks, man. We’ve been worried sick about you

and, well, the nerves sort of pushed us to make

this beat that we think you could say your piece on.

                                                                                …I’ll try.


Congratulations Mrs. Pacetti!!


Each school year KUSD holds a banquet in which recognizes different educators for various occasions. For the 2017-18 current year, business teacher Mrs. Susan Pacetti won the high school ‘Teacher of the Year’ title. In order to be nominated, letters of recommendation must be sent in regarding the person. A multitude of people, including, current teachers, former teachers, parents, current students, former students, and people in the community entered letters acknowledging Mrs. Pacetti’s dedication and involvement. There is a board then that reads through all of the letters and decides who is most deserving. They also put together a binder consisting of the top ten best letters after awarding Mrs. Pacetti. It refreshing for the Tremper community to see such a humbled and committed teacher represent our school.

The World is Strange


A big part of travelling is turning your head to observe strange customs, to admire people in traditional outfits, to gasp at breathtaking sights or to try to understand why people do what they do. But some customs are stranger than others. Several wonderful places in the world have long been known for their strange practices and traditions. Those who are merely passing through these places might consider these customs to be taboo or inhumane, but those who care to look for the meaning behind these beliefs usually appreciate them, despite their strangeness. Here are just four traditions that take place around the world. Continue reading The World is Strange

Time For a Change


Chief Wahoo is the face of the Cleveland Indians, as well as one of the most controversial logos in sports. Earlier in 2018, the Indians organization announced they will remove the “racist” logo from all merchandise, uniforms, and any appearance in their stadium for the 2019 season. Since 2014 the Indians primary logo has been changed to the traditional “C” ; however, Chief Wahoo is sill seen on the sleeves of their jerseys and on the “home” and “alternate” uniform hats. Much controversy is surrounded over the logo. Hatred from Native Americans and others finally caused the league and the Indians, to take charge of the issue. Many Indians fans believe the logo should be kept, but should the logo be removed? Continue reading Time For a Change

College Protest


College used to be a place of which students were allowed to state their opinion. Now students are starting protests and riots when they disagree with others. Students have been protesting many different topics such as racial inequality, presidential preference, and topics pertaining to the environment. Scholars say the issue begins in the classroom. Students are saying “the freedom of speech” is being threatened since they are being mocked by others for their gatherings.They have found that it is mostly teachers in the democratic party that are participating in controversial topics. Universities try to cover the protest by not acknowledging the issue and addressing the topics they are surrounding.

The Last Donor


As the Tremper student government advisors, board, and members scramble to finish the final touches and confirm last minute details, Tremper students and the Kenosha community gets nervous to donate their blood. Being the largest blood drive in the state, there comes a lot of preparation in putting on a donation center this big. Tremper’s student government has put on this drive year after year saving hundreds of lives with the many pints of blood given to the Blood Center of Wisconsin. Many of the brave Tremper students, Kenosha community, and people from all over Kenosha sign up for this amazing cause to donate to those in need. After donating, there are beverages, food, and free Culver’s pints of custard given to all! Although it does take months and months of preparation to put on, the blood drive is great way to get involved and is an easy way for everyone to participate. Hopefully Tremper will continue to put on this blood drive for years to come!

Key Club: DCON Information


Key Club is a very interactive club in most high schools. At Tremper, Key Club is very important to students and is helping your community. DCON, the District Convention, for Key Club members to attend workshops in order to enhance their knowledge of certain positions within the club. They get to witness who will become the new district for the following year. DCON is March 16-18 this year, and students in the Wisconsin Upper Michigan (WIUM) district go to the Hyatt Hotel in Green Bay, WI to attend the convention. Continue reading Key Club: DCON Information

Brandon Jennings’ Big Night


Brandon Jennings feels a sense of urgency in trying to prove he belongs back in the NBA after signing a 10-day contract with the Milwaukee Bucks. Jennings, who joined the team on Sunday, took a huge step in that direction Monday night, finishing with 16 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds as the Bucks sent Memphis to its 18th consecutive loss with a 121-103 victory. Jennings provided an early spark in the second quarter, scoring 11 points and handing out five assists in the period, helping the Bucks take a 64-50 lead into the break. The advantage would stretch to 19 for Milwaukee in the third. Although Memphis was able to pull within 97-91 near the midway point of the fourth, Bledsoe scored six of the Bucks’ next eight points, then added an assist to Antetokounmpo, running the lead back to 12 with 4:09 left. That was enough of a buffer for the Bucks to claim their second straight win in a row

Nat’s Blog Entry 1: Top Dog


Everyone loves a good underdog story. The wimp finally racks up enough courage to defeat the school bully. The timid girl with the frizzy hair who always sits in the back ends up becoming a super famous neurologist or something else important. But what about the people like me? The “top dog” as some people may call us. The people whose entire story you think you already know because they have dozens of friends and get straight A’s, so they must have everything together, right? Wrong. You can listen to other people’s perception of my story if you’d like. They’ll probably tell you that I’m always happy and that I’m going to become like a doctor or a mathematician one day because my best grades are in math and science, so obviously that means that I want to do that for the rest of my life, right?. But if you want to hear my actual story, hear it from the person who knows it best, me. Continue reading Nat’s Blog Entry 1: Top Dog

Biodiversity of Loss


Loss of biodiversity affects the human ecosystem and other ecosystems by somewhat of a chain reaction. This reaction happens when one species goes extinct, the population of the species that relied on that species for food will begin to deplete and eventually it will go extinct as well. The process of loss of biodiversity is inevitable, but there are multiple ways for humans to slow the process or allow new species to be introduced. These methods include leaving a species alone, being more careful about the amount of plants and trees that humans destroy, and coming up with ways to reduce water and air pollution in places where it affects a species or multiple species’ population. Continue reading Biodiversity of Loss

The Unknown, Yet Special 6/10


Opinions and views on people are the most complicated and most simple subjects at the same time. When you meet someone new your first instinct is to judge based on looks because there is no background knowledge on that person. So, of course, there are going to be people that are “ugly” per se, but their personality shines through in a much bigger scale. These are the incredibly important, inspiring and beautiful “six out of tens”. It almost seems like these beings are the majority of society today but are shadowed by models who rely on looks. A question might arise such as “If they are so amazing, why are they ignored?” which has yet to be answered. Continue reading The Unknown, Yet Special 6/10

The Ocean


The ocean covers 75% of the earth and less than 5% if it has been explored up to this date. People are extremely fascinated by the ocean because of how mysterious it is. It is fun to wonder about the unknown and the ocean is the perfect example. While there are hundreds of thousands of known marine life forms, there are many that are yet to be discovered; some scientists suggest that there could actually be millions of marine life forms out there. The oceans contain 99% of the living space on the planet. Animals are a big factor to the beauty and wonder of oceans. Continue reading The Ocean

Black Desert Online


Open world MMORPGs or massively multiplayer online role-playing games are slowly making a comeback from early 2000’s, Black Desert Online is one of these games. Developed by Pearl Abyss and Published by Kakao Games, Black Desert Online made its appearance in the North American gaming world on March 3rd, 2016.

This game has many good features held inside it. The character creation system by far is one of the more developed ones; it allows from cute to extravagant to some of the more unappealing characters. With this developed system it allows you to change the bone and body structure of your character making it more unique than the others. The hair quality has amazing physics along with the option to part, style, and color the hair the way you want to. Continue reading Black Desert Online

The Affordable Dream Car


The 2018 Subaru WRX STI Impreza may be a mouthful to say, but in the time it takes to say the name, it has already sped out of sight. At $35,000 the Subaru WRX STI Impreza is a bargain for the performance any buyer can coax out of the car. It is packed with a twin turbocharged flat four 2.5 liter, 305 hp boxer engine and impressive AWD system allowing it to make the 0-60 time of 4.5 seconds as well as being one of the top rated street performance cars for handling with the addition of its new stiff suspension and massive hood scoop for the multi-directional  cold-air intake. In addition to superior performance, the WRX STI comes with roomy interior made of quality materials including red stitched leather seats and steering wheel and led lights in the foot areas. The 2018 Subaru WRX STI Impreza will have your neighbors, friends and peers jealous as they watch you ride in style with true power.

The World of a Teen Athlete


Let’s just be honest, it is hard to be a teen athlete. We have classes, work, practices, homework,and we have to keep a 4.0 GPA (varies on the parent) all in a day that is 24 hours. Sports are great to play especially in school, because all your friends can come out and watch and the school chants, but when we have to be able to keep everything else in our life stable and still try to have a healthy social life, it is hard.

It’s also the fact of having to practice on days you don’t even have practice to improve yourself. The greatness of being a teen athlete is being able to have fun and forget about your responsibilities whether it be on the course, field, beams and bars, track or pool. During that period of time you feel free. Even if you did bad, you still had time off of the busyness your day. It is also impressive to people if you are good at the sport you play and people would respect you through that. Continue reading The World of a Teen Athlete

How To Kick Bad Habits


As humans, everyone has had to deal with some pretty bad habits. Whether it’s nail biting, procrastinating constantly, overspending,  or smoking, a habit is a habit. In order to break a habit, one should figure out what triggers the habit. Most habits are triggered by thoughts, feelings, and emotions going on in the brain. According to psychologists, it takes about 66 days to form a habit and 21 days to break a habit.

Most habits follow cues given by the brain, but if a cue is not followed, the patterns will be broken up. It’s never too late to break a habit, and they can be broken with some pretty simple steps. Continue reading How To Kick Bad Habits

Obesity In America


The surgeon says that obesity is going to unnecessarily kill even more people than smoking cigarettes within the next ten years. In 2000, about 435,000 Americans died of a smoking-related disease, which is about 18% of all the people who died in the U.S. that year. In the same year, obesity was the cause of 400,000 deaths.

Type 2 diabetes is now on the rise due to the poor eating and exercising habits of many Americans. A study in Augusta, Washington found that children ages 8-11 who meet the government standards of “obese” are more than twice as likely to have atherosclerosis, a condition caused by excessive fat that hardens arteries. Continue reading Obesity In America



Florida is a very nice place to be. It is warm all year round and almost never gets snow. In the winter, Florida stays in the 60s and rarely drops below that. It is very beautiful with are palm trees and it is located on the ocean. Throughout the state there are many beaches. One of the most famous is Daytona Beach, you can do many activities here. Such as parasailing, swimming and snorkeling. Continue reading Florida

Global Warming


When some people think of global warming the first thought that comes their minds is, “Oh, that’s just a natural cycle the Earth goes through; there’s nothing to be concerned about.” Of course those people don’t usually know what global warming even is and the side effects that come along side it.

There are many bad parts that come with global warming: increased risk of drought, fire and floods, more heat-related illness and disease economic losses, stronger storms, increased storm damage, rising seas, risk of wildlife, changing ecosystems and higher temperatures. All those things are a result of global warming and if we don’t start acting now the world as we know it could be altered forever. Continue reading Global Warming

The 27 Club


Between the years 1969 and 1971, the world lost four influential musicians: Jimi Hendrix, Brian Jones, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison. Each were a part of the Rock/Psychedelic Rock scene, producing, collectively, multiple albums both by themselves and with their bands, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Rolling Stones, Big Brother and the Holding Company, and The Doors, respectively. What makes these four so intriguing, however, doesn’t have anything to do with their bands or their music. It doesn’t really have anything to do with even them as a person. Between 1969 and 1971, each one of them died at the age of 27. Continue reading The 27 Club


by JAROD STURYCZ – The Abstract Section

On every surface in my bedroom

Sit bouquets varying in size and age,

Each one sent by the same girl who

Met me at a rare healthy stage.

From August to March, I did not move them;

We danced in an empty shell.

The green lines of music weakened my eardrum,

And heightened my senses, the flowers I smell. Continue reading Rattle

Review: Black Panther Has the Potential to Anger Lot of People. Good.


As of time of writing, Ryan Coogler’s February smash hit Black Panther has checked just about every box on the essential modern superhero blockbuster checklist: an abundance of rave reviews, audience acclaim, and most importantly, box office gold. His movie, along with Patty Jenkins’ groundbreaking Wonder Woman last year, have redefined what is possible for minorities and women in Hollywood, forever altering the narrative of what Hollywood considers viable at the box office. Unfortunately, this may not sit well with the many people who, for once, are not center stage in either film: white people and men, who have had dozens of excellent movies starring people who look just like them lavished on their demographic by big studios.

Black Panther in particular is unabashedly fearless in its embracing of these potential controversies surrounding race and gender. The cast and crew of the film is about 90% black- a feat largely unheard of in modern Hollywood, and the movie never shies away from that fact. Only two characters that are central to the plot, Andy Serkis’ “Ulysses Klaue” and Martin Freeman’s “Everett Ross” are white, and they have the least to do in the entire movie As some Twitter users were quick to point out, these two veteran Lord of the Rings actors are literally the “Tolkien white guys” of the story. The real heroes are the people of the fictional nation of Wakanda. This vision of a technologically advanced African nation, free from the scarring rampant colonialism and imperialism have left on the continent, shows through setting and mood of its vibrant inhabitants what black culture is capable of building.

The showing of diversity done right doesn’t even end there. The most important characters in the movie are, without a doubt, the black women who carry the entire second act of the film. T’Challa’s sister, Shuri, his mother, Ramonda, his head general, Okoye, and his former lover, Nakia, take home the MVP when the Black Panther is out of commission for a solid 20 minutes of movie. The themes of modern feminism (equality between all people) work perfectly in this movie, and those 20 minutes where the women take center stage remind the audience that though Black Panther may be the titular character, he is nothing without the women around him. Continue reading Review: Black Panther Has the Potential to Anger Lot of People. Good.

College: What to Consider When Deciding


With the start of the March rolling in, bringing twists and turns, comes, for some, excitement or heartbreak. As the weather seemingly calms down to normal chilly Wisconsin weather, and the blizzards become less and less frequent, a new wave of surprise crashes down on high school seniors: college letters.

Most teenagers have seen seen at least one sappy movie about a student getting accepted into their dream school and heading off to start their life. What some dramas do not portray, however, is the panic that each girl or boy will go through having realized within the first words of the letter that their life is changing, and that they must change with it. In the movies, genius, top-of-their-class students linger over the letters they receive and struggle to decide which campus will fit their needs, which will give them the best experience, and, of course, which will have the best parties. But whether the university decided upon  is five minutes from home or five hours, our lives will change no matter what. As we compare the monetarial costs of which school we will call home for the next four years, there is something else to be considered when choosing a college: you. Continue reading College: What to Consider When Deciding

The Most Bizarre Foods You’ll Encounter


Our world is full of some great, taste-bud tingling, aromatic, delectable savories. We have our pizzas, burgers, hot-dogs and what not to fulfill our carnal desire of hunger. We often want to try new things in life. We want to learn new cultures and languages, see new traditions and of course, taste new food. We can go far for our desire to taste something new. The world, while full of appetizing foods on one hand, also have some of the wackiest, offensive and bizarre foods which parade under the name of ‘exotic foods’. The food eaten in some parts of the world is bizarre beyond imagination. Here is a list of the top four exotic foods from around the world. Continue reading The Most Bizarre Foods You’ll Encounter

The Bachelor Finale


On Monday, March 5th, bachelor nation scurried to tweet about the dramatic season finale of The Bachelor. Fans furiously tweeted about Arie and his childish actions, stating that what he did was, essentially, messed up. Arie Luyendyk, 36, fell in love with both Lauren Burnham and Becca Kufrin as he saw a future with both of them, despite their differences. According to Luyendyk, he was not aware of his final decision until a few hours before the proposal. Continue reading The Bachelor Finale

Student Partnership Perks


Student Partnership is a great way for students in high school to experience how controlling a classroom may be. Many students involved with Student Partnership aspire to become a teacher or affiliated in the education field. High school students can go other schools to get a perspective on how a classroom with students will be, without focusing on one’s own learning in their regular high school setting. Continue reading Student Partnership Perks

West Ham Fall 4-1 to Swansea


West Ham United fell to a 4-1 defeat at Swansea City on Saturday, conceding a brace of goals in each half to allow the Swans to draw level with them on 30 points in the Premier League table. Michail Antonio scored the Club’s 1,000th Premier League goal with eleven minutes left on a disappointing day in South Wales, but it was no consolation in answer to the home side’s four-goal blast. Ki Sung-Yueng got the goalscoring underway early on, drilling a shot into the bottom corner, before Mike van der Hoorn and Andy King scored from corners and Jordan Ayew made it four from the spot. West Ham got off to the worst possible start, falling behind with just eight minutes on the clock. Ki was the goal scorer, stroking into the bottom right hand corner with his left foot after being afforded too much time on the edge of the box. Continue reading West Ham Fall 4-1 to Swansea

Rose to the Timberwolves


After being a free agent for over a month now, the 2011 MVP award winner Derrick Rose announced that he was signing a contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves for the rest of the season. This deal reunites Rose with former coach Tom Thibodeau and teammates Jimmy Butler and Taj Gibson. Derrick Rose is expected to come off the bench for the Timberwolves, who currently have a 38-28 record and hold the sixth seed in the Western Conference. Rose has been plagued with injuries throughout his career. The Timberwolves brought Rose in hoping that he can provide some depth at the point guard position. It will be interesting to see if Rose can stay healthy and make an impact coming off of the bench.

Chapter 4?


At the beginning of the season, the Cleveland Cavaliers had high hopes of another great season after acquiring Celtics guard, Isaiah Thomas, and Celtics forward, Jae Crowder, in a deal with former point guard, Kyrie Irving. Despite what everybody thought, their season plummeted into an abyss that many thought would put a roadblock on the Cavaliers championship hopes. At the trade deadline they made multi-team deals to acquire Larry Nance Jr, Jordan Clarkson, Rodney Hood, and George Hill. Three consecutive games after the trade the Cavaliers were on fire. Once again, fans and analysts were quick to assume Cleveland is the new top dog. As history goes to show, the Cavaliers still endured many struggles with the new team. Continue reading Chapter 4?

Caffeine is a Celebrated Murderer


Modern society is built entirely on time. Time is purely a made-up substance created for organization. Even though it is completely fake, everyone depends on time to feel complete. Human days mainly consists of eight hours of work, eight hours of leisure and eight hours of sleep. With all of this limited time, an energy drink (almost) seems like a must have. Staying on such a strict schedule can be a very stressful task! People resort to energy drinks in the morning to kick-start their day, and it is incredibly terrible for them. Continue reading Caffeine is a Celebrated Murderer

The Office


The hilarious TV show, The Office, is one of the most watched TV shows ever. For the finale, 5.4 million people tuned in to see how this show ends. Many people enjoy this show because of relatable it is. Some people even find it very calming to watch. There are many reasons to why The Office is so popular.

One major reason this TV show is so loved is because there is no other characters like Michael Scott. He is ignorant, offensive, and is extremely difficult to work with. He calls his co workers his best friends and assumes that they see him as family. He goes out of his way to connect with all of them. He invites himself places and says inappropriate remarks. Although he is incredibly ignorant and rude, Michael Scott is one of the most kind hearted characters on TV. Continue reading The Office

The Rainbow After the Storm


The rain was coming down hard as Hazel burst through the backdoor of the restaurant, her eyes welling up with tears, making it nearly impossible to see. She only managed to stumble a few steps before collapsing on the ground.  Her thin sweatshirt did very little to protect her from the now pelting rain. She struggled to crawl to a big oak tree a few feet away standing strong against the roaring wind. She leaned against it, relying on its sturdiness to support her entire being, while the rain began to let up. She held her head in her hands and finally released her anger and her tears.

Meanwhile, back at the restaurant, Davis contemplated going after the girl he just saw storm past him. Even though he was on the clock, he felt urge to see if she was okay. She did not seem like she was in a good state of mind and he didn’t want her getting lost or hurt. Continue reading The Rainbow After the Storm

Why Do I Feel This Way?


I was given the task of writing down my emotions and apparently it’s supposed to make you feel better? Well let me tell you that’s what’s happened at all. Drum roll…



If anything I feel worse about myself.

“Oh Samantha. Just give it a try. All you have to do is write. Even if you want to separate your thoughts, go for it ”

Thanks for the advice ‘Doctor Know It All’ but… the only thing this accomplished was the fact that I am making fun of you.

I know.

I know!

Fine I will give it a chance… Continue reading Why Do I Feel This Way?

A Hunt to Remember


Conquering worlds is news of the past, present, and most likely future. Within the new action-role play established by Capcom, Monster Hunter: World, you have the ability to fully customize your own hunter and take part in the research group to see if the new world is habitable.

Your mission of the game is to help the Research Commission research Elder dragons, powerful beings that affect entire ecosystems, and why they migrate to the new world every ten years which becomes known as the Elder Crossing. One elder dragon in particular, Zorah Magdaros is on his deathbed and crossing to a massive graveyard known as The Rotten Vale. Continue reading A Hunt to Remember