They told me that my burden would be harmless, that I would be okay. No matter how much they reassured me, it just didn't feel right at all...knowing that the world's fate rested in my own two paws. I looked down at them, observing every detail of them. Yes, these were indeed my eyes, looking at my own two paws, yes they were I'm sure of it. Carefully I got my backpack out and looked inside, nearly bursting into tears at the simple small seed held within my backpack. It was only a seed, one small seed, why did it have to be so special to me? To the world? If I didn't get it to the pot in time, the world and all of it's plants would shrivel up and die. The thought scared me, my eyes going into there reptilian form, the light of the dark forest around me shining off of them. Wandering through this strange forest, that glowed a lovely shade of green, calmed me. It reminded me that I could save this beautiful piece of nature, this delicate, fragile, innocent creation of nature, destroyed by my own kind. Sighing, I placed my paw onto the tree, feeling it's life flowing through it, it spoke to me, happy of my presence. I soon left, feeling better about my journey and my purpose. I took out the seed again, staring at it as I walked. This was nature, this was what would save the world, she would be reborn and connect to the whole planet, regrowing the many forests that had been destroyed by the 'zonar'. The zonar is not a creature, no, it was an event that was made by the most intelligent creatures themselves, wiping out many species and plants and- I sighed sadly, looking down again, the last remaining amounts of civilization were dying out, and I had to save them all. Putting the seed away, I continued along my journey through the beautiful forest, hoping that I could complete my task. I know they told me that my burden was harmless, and I believe them now.