Since Selenus was unable to find peace on the lake he found a few acres back, he gifured he'd keep looking for a place where he could relax and keep to himself. All the things that had gone down in the last few days were crushing his psyche, and he needed to be alone for a while to relax and recharge his motivations. Eventually an interesting landmark showed itself on his GPS, and he followed his own directions until he reached a small cliff that overlooked the trees of the camping grounds. Selenus sighed and sat down on the edge of the cliff, then looked towards the sky. The moon was positioned just above the treeline and in front of the cliff, so to any who who bothered to follow the small rock climb up until the cliff, they would be greeted by the sight of a sitting wolf staring at the moon, as the moonlight hitting him from the front left only his silhouette to be discerned from the back.
Selenus exhaled (or well, made an exhaling sound) in a figure of content peace. Even when the city of Endymion and the world (or what was left of it) revealed their horrid, morbid, disgusting true selves, the moon was always as beautiful and reassuring as ever.