Across the vast Zhan River, the current flowed ferociously like a dragon covering the south land. The fast currents splashed at ever sharp turn.
On the two sides of the river, the trees and grass were a withered yellow; the rare few farmers seemed to be struggling.
On the Yunmeng Lake toward the east, a vast and fertile wilderness spread out for thousands of miles. During this winter season, it was also dead silent. Among the tall yellow bushes, wolves lurked while eagles circled the skies.
During the winter season, even the strongest and healthiest leopards and wolves would have times where they were hungry.
Hunger was the best description of the final years of the East Han period.
Even humans were getting hungry, much less leopards and wolves.
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