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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Vorocia on Tue Jul 12, 2016 2:16 am

Vorocia padded into the clearing where she'd initially encountered Zyro and the others. Zwei's footsteps sounded behind her. She'd followed Renegades scent from the den site until it grew stronger and stronger, even with the rain around to dampen it. Now that she was here, she found herself wondering why he'd come back. Was Renegade leaving the pack already? The thought made her insides feel queasy, like they were writhing around. If one wolf was already fleeing, perhaps Vorocia should too. She wouldn't pretend she hadn't thought about it. Just focus on the task at hand, Vorocia. If the idiot wants to leave, why should you care? Squaring her shoulders, the female took another deep inhale and followed the scent further into the clearing.

It didn't take her too long to find her packmate- Renegade was sitting on a patch of grass. For a moment she was confused, wondering why he was just laying around in the rain, but then she saw the way he was favoring one leg. Vorocia gave a snort of derision as she loped up to the male. Not only had he gone off alone, he'd also gotten himself injured.

"You're dumber than you look," she told Renegade waspishly, coming up to stand by his side. "You really had to go off and get yourself hurt?" Once more, Vorocia found her patience for these pack wolves waning. She shook her head in exasperation, waiting for Renegades response.
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Renegade on Tue Jul 12, 2016 12:31 pm

Rengade lied in the grass, his eyes fixated on the boulder that threw him. Muffled growls came from him as he internally cursed himself for ever coming here. As the rain fell, almost any noise made him defensive, his pelt would stand on end and his teeth woud I show. This was not his home or his pack. He shouldn't have ever been here.

Ren's head bolted up and his lips pulled back as he heard paw steps. Someone was coming. The defensive male lowered his aggression as he saw who it was. Simply Vorocia. A female of the pack. She wasted no time calling him dumb for his actions as she came to stand beside him. Renegade simply laid his head on the opposite side of his paws. "You may like it here and want to stay, but that doesn't mean I do." He snapped the growling words at the cold voiced she-wolf. He was trying to leave but how far would he really get while injured?

An agitated whining growl came form him as he shuffled his weight into a seated position. Glancing his silver eyes down to the back and white female. "It's clear you don't exactly want to be here either. So why is it you came to find me for the pack? If you have no interest in staying why must you have interest in others here" As he asked her this, his head looked away and faced forward once more. The rain was still falling, but it was oddly refreshing. He awaited the females response
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Vorocia on Tue Jul 12, 2016 2:00 pm

"You may like it here and want to stay, but that doesn't mean I do." Vorocia bristled at Renegades words. She'd been right, then- Renegade was already leaving the pack. She forced herself to maintain an air of indifference, to keep her face clear of emotion, but a tiny burst of disappointment echoed in her chest. She didn't care about the male, not really...but was the pack already falling apart?

"It's clear you don't exactly want to be here either. So why is it you came to find me for the pack? If you have no interest in staying why must you have interest in others here"  For a moment, Vorocia was rendered speechless by Renegades next words. She didn't have a response, because the same question he'd asked her was still bouncing around her head, insistent and nagging. Instead, she sat down and shivered in the icy coldness of the storm.

"It doesn't matter what I want," she spat finally, fixing Renegade with muddy brown eyes. "I do what it takes to survive. But if you wanna stay here until something comes and rips you to shreds, fine. I'll tell Zyro you're gone. See if I care."

Part of that was a bluff. Vorocia had no desire to go back to the pack alpha and tell him a lie, especially when Zwei should be arriving at any moment and would know the truth. Either way, Vorocia held her ground, fur fluffed in agitation and eyes narrowed at the wounded Renegade.
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Post by Renegade on Tue Jul 12, 2016 2:15 pm

A single brow rose to the snapping female, she was clever. Doing what it took to survive. His fur bristled slightly as and unknown motion was felt near him. A slight quivering shake of Vorocia's frame from the rain. Time to time he'd forget some wolves weren't built for rainy weather. Some get cold and some get sick even. Without looking at her, the male inched his seated frame closer to the smaller built pack-mate. His tail coiling around her frame lightly. Emotion was voided from his face, his muscles were tensed from his accident. "what it takes to survive." The bland voice spoke as he shared his warmth with the female beside him.

Cold, silver optics looks around. The rain was steadily falling again. Large droplets fell with grey most filling in all the gaps between them. As if the world was  shrouded with a dull curtain. He ears flattened as rain hit his face and soaked down to his bone. "We should get back. I'll let Rikki help me. But I think you won't be enough to help me back up the hill and to the den. You'll need some help." Renegade was interested in the female he spoke to. Not in a romantic sense, but simply the fact she was interesting. She didn't want a pack to be part of, she just wanted to survive. Curiosity of her past and simply herself in general was sparked in Ren as he eyed the black and white female from the corner of his gaze. The brown and gold male had no certain expression on his face. He was quite uncomfortable actually, having a stranger wrapped in his tail - but she needed it. Even if neither of them were comfy with it.
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Vorocia on Tue Jul 12, 2016 2:58 pm

Renegade had no outward reaction to her snappish words; he simply cocked his head and stared. Vorocia found herself withering under his gaze, but he eventually looked away and shifted closer to her. The she-wolf tensed, going rigid with trepidation, but Renegade only wrapped his thick, fluffy tail around her much skinnier frame. For a moment Vorocia was incensed, sure that he was just trying to mess with her- but she held her tongue. She had just been shivering, and it was miserably wet out in the open clearing. Renegade was just trying to help. Gritting her teeth, Vorocia leaned into the males thick coat. Like it or not, she had to admit it was much warmer than just sitting alone.

When Renegade spoke again, it was to give his assent for returning to the pack. Relief flooded Vorocia's body. Thank god he hadn't gotten angry at her waspish tone. Even if Renegade was wounded, he was still practically twice her size and much, much stronger. She wouldn't have to face Zyro's anger or disappointment, either. 

"Zwei should be here any moment," she told him, not looking him in the eyes. Vorocia felt like a squalling pup, but being in such close proximity with another wolf made her feel uncomfortable, foreign. It had been so long since she'd experienced it. "She'll help me get your useless oaf body back to the den."
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Zwei on Tue Jul 12, 2016 5:06 pm

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Zwei lagged behind slightly when, while looking at the den one more time, she saw two wolves out of the corner of her eye approaching it. She recognized Jackaal, the new wolf who seemed to know Zyro, dragging an unfamiliar wolf with burns along his body to the den. The wolf was soaked, either from the rain or something else, and looked to be in terrible shape. She thought about seeing if they needed her help, but remembered that Vorocia was waiting for her and spared a last glance before continuing down the trail. The steady rain fall drowned out any small sounds and smells, but she thought she heard wolves talking and hoped that Renegade had been found, though the voices weren't exactly friendly sounding.

As she came upon the sight of the place she'd met Zyro and Rikki, Zwei quickly caught sight of Vorocia sitting near Renegade, both soaked and likely cold at this point. She wondered why he was simply staying out here, entertaining the thought he wanted to leave, before noticing the slight shifting of the area, as though something had fallen, and wondered if he'd slipped in the rain. "Are you okay?" She asked as she approached the two wolves, shivering slightly as the wind chilled her soaked fur. They didn't look particularly happy sitting there, fur to fur, and she wondered what they'd talked about while she was back by the den.
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Renegade on Tue Jul 12, 2016 8:52 pm

A growling huff was targeted towards Vorocia and her words, but he settled as the female resentfully nestled into his side to keep warm. His muscles relaxed and his eyes rolled in slight discomfort as he felt as if he were watching a child. Renegade clenched his jaw as the smaller female called him an oaf.

His stature shot up a bit straighter as Zwei made her frame appear from the foliage. Her first words were a question, to see if things were okay. Renegade pulled himself to his fours and revealed his hind leg lifted in the air. His head looking back at his injury to answer the females question. A low huff and the lowering of his ears was an indication of his defeat. "I'll need help up the hill." Ren's voice was a bit cold yet you could hear the helplessness in his voice. He wasn't used to asking for help. It's just been him for a while now. he wasn't aware how to act with others
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Vorocia on Tue Jul 12, 2016 10:58 pm

Vorocia felt Renegade tense beside her as the nearby undergrowth rustled; Vorocia shot to her feet, spine arched, but it was only Zwei. The white female entered the clearing and cast a concerned look at Renegade, picking up on his injury quickly. She asked him if he was alright but he didn't give an answer, just informed Zwei that he'd need their help. Vorocia snorted- his price was wounded. She herself didn't like asking for help just as much as the next wolf, but Renegade seemed to have really bruised his ego. Vorocia detached herself from Renegades fluffy pelt and took a step away; she was instantly assaulted with freezing rain and a part of her longed to still be pressed against him, sharing his warmth. Her cheeks burned with embarrassment at the thought, but she pushed it away.

"He hurt his leg," she told Zwei curtly, using one paw to gesture at the offending leg. "We should be able to get him back to the den site together, though." She and Zwei were much smaller than Renegade, but their combined force would have to do. Besides, the rain seemed to have let up slightly and wind wasn't as biting- with any luck, the conditions would continue to get better as they journeyed back to the den.

Returning to Renegades side, Vorocia used one paw to prod him sharply. "Come on" she snapped. "You can lean on us."
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Zwei on Tue Jul 12, 2016 11:28 pm

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Zwei sat down near them as Renegade revealed his injured leg, rather than explain it, and begrudgingly admitted he would need help to get back to the den. Hearing a helplessness that felt out of place coming from the dark male, she moved to his other side, giving him a little space until he was ready to get up. Even with a less than wonderful first impression, Renegade wasn't anything like Zwei had thought, and she found it hard not to feel some amount of care toward him. Vorocia let out of a snort from his other side and seemed to disconnect from him, though it seemed smarter in this weather to stick close until they set off to the den.

She turned her gaze toward Vorocia as she explained that he'd hurt his leg and glanced back toward the displaced rocks, wondering if the rain had made him slip. The other she-wolf continued to say that they could get him back together, and Zwei nodded her agreement, "Definitely." Even if they were both on the smaller side, they'd managed to drag Zyro together until Nova joined in and Renegade wasn't nearly as helpless. Rain continued to fall on her pale fur, though it seemed to be getting slightly better, hopefully pointing to the weather letting up soon.
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Renegade on Tue Jul 12, 2016 11:41 pm

Renegade felt a sharp coldness as Vorocia tore herself away from his frame. The once blocked wind assailing his fur as rain mixed in. She Began verbally answering Zwei about his injury, he'd allow his eyes to follow the two of them. Listening as Vorocoa explained both of their strength efforts should be able to assist him to the den.

The warmth embrace of Vorocia's fur cradled him once more when she retreated to his side - snapping at him to get up so they could leave. Renegade held himself up on three paws. Slowly he made his way towards the sloping hill, his tail wrapped around Vorocia for warmth and stability. Soon Zwei was beside him as well for support.

Time to time he'd stagger, still training himself to stand unequally on his paws. Renegades silver eyes held no emotion, until a small glimpse of thankfulness glimmered and vanished as quickly as it appeared.

Renegade continued forth with Vorocia and Zwei near him. As the steep path came closer, Renegade had to dig his talons into the earth for more traction. The rain falling lightly but still making the way up slippery and unstable for him. Growls radiated from him as he attempted to put pressure on his paw to restrain a tumble down.

The nomadic male tightened his tails place around Vorocia as he clenched his jaw and tensed his muscles. A simple journey like this was utterly defeating him. If he was out of the territory, there's a good chance he wouldn't have made it. Relief flowed over his body as he thought of seeing Vorocia and Zwei pop form the brush. His tension melted away.

Renegade was glad the two females came to his aid, he needed them to survive.  
-TO ZYRO!-


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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Vorocia on Wed Jul 13, 2016 2:39 am

Renegade acquiesced, standing so that she and Zwei could flank him. Vorocia gritted her teeth as the large male sank part of his weight onto her shoulder- she hadn't realized just how much larger he was than her. With Zwei's help, however, the load was manageable.  Soon, Renegade had wrapped his fluffy tail around Vorocia for even more stability- and she wouldn't deny, it felt good.

As they came to a small rise, Renegade seemed to grow frustrated. Vorocia could hear his quiet growls as he dug his blunt claws into the ground and scrabbled for purchase. Vorocia threw her weight against Renegades body, providing him with extra momentum to go up the hill. By the time they'd made it up the slope, Vorocia was panting, even with cold rain still whipping at her fur. 

"I hope Zyro kills you for this," she panted, struggling to catch her breath. Thank god Zwei was here. Vorocia never would have been able to drag Renegade back to the densite on her own. Squaring her resolve, Vorocia cast one last look over her shoulder at Mount Fare before she heaved Renegade towards the tree line and made her way back to the den.

- to the den!! -
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Guest on Wed Jul 20, 2016 6:05 pm

"I am pretty sure I have seen this one before..." Kepa, having wandered off too far from his pack's territory, has been lost for what feels like days now. He was simply chasing a butterfly, looking at some flowers, maybe following some birds, and now he found himself behind a wall. A wall the shape of a mountain, that somehow keeps turning him around every time he tries to climb over it. So now he's stuck behind this weird mountain-shaped wall, with no idea where he is, and not to mention the storm that passed here not long ago. The little wolf loved watching lightning flash across the sky, but the rain was slowly getting to his bones. He decided to try to focus on finding a place to hide and get a bit less wet. So far he's been unlucky.

Kepa has been staring at a certain tree for a few minutes now, trying to reveal it's secrets. The small wolf took a few steps closer to sniff it, and indeed, it was a tree, soaked just as he was. Still green and spiky, a pine tree maybe? He snorted, "Have to focus Kep, what if you are in someone's territory? Wait, that means you might meet someone! Oh boy oh boy oh boy!" Kepa was getting excited, he might see another wolf and maybe make some new friends! It was truly a great opportunity, and the wolf was ready to go, before he realized that he still doesn't know where to go. He sat down and looked around. He was ready to go into a random direction, but something caught his nose. Scent of a wolf? Kepa tried to smell more of it, but rain washed most of it down. Oh well, he knew the general direction where it came from, and decided that his best bet would be to go that way.



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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Ceviche on Thu Jul 21, 2016 11:53 am

A lone wolf wandered into the foothills; he slid through the soft dirt where he could and navigated through the roots that interrupted his progress mildly. The light beginnings of rain dripped from the canopy above and had made the dirt slippery. He wasn't one to complain usually, but after a few roots snatched one of his paws and sent him tumbling a little bit, he did complain a little. Though, the complaint was more so mental than out loud. "Aah..." He tried desperately to right himself, unfortunately enough though he only ended up prolonging his suffering. Once he stopped after what felt like an eternity (Not really, but one could mentally misconstrue time to seem much longer than it really is quite easily, and in his case it was only a second or two of falling), he continued to lay there in the dirt and damp rotting leaves in what happened to be a somewhat comfortable spot. As convenient a napping spot as any, it was perhaps a bit too convenient, and the strong smell of dead leaves were proving to be a just bit too strong for him (at least with his nose pressed into them it was). In his mind he thought of the actual probability of landing in such an almost perfect spot. He sneezed. It was too convenient honestly. Instead of relaxing as he'd wanted to, he pushed himself up and continued on to look for somewhere else to nap.

A single fallen tree was nestled into several other trees that were still standing. The branches of it clinging firmly to the others, they held it up at a strange incline, like friends supporting each other. and the added leaves layered in such a way that nearly half the trunk of the leaning tree was practically dry. He tested the wood- to see if it would hold his weight- and after determining it steady, carefully walked up it a few feet. He stood there, before lying down, and looked over the edge at the slope beneath. It was hardly precarious, but a fall would probably be slightly painful at least (that, and he'd probably slide further than he'd want to. He yawned and let one of his legs hang off the edge as he slowly drifted to sleep, enjoying fully the fall's cool evening air and the sound of rain stirring the trees' leaves. In his dazed wandering he hardly noticed the telltale signs that this was probably someone's territory.

The faint scent of wolves, the markings left around the area- no it was lost on him. Afterall who really needs to pay attention to where they nap? If they had to be completely on guard the whole time, how could any napping possibly be done? It was probably fine...

"...Zzz..."
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Guest on Thu Jul 21, 2016 6:10 pm

Jackaal walks on the rocks of the caves in Mount Fare with his head down. He no matter where he was going, just wanted to be alone for a while and hunt something for the 'battalion'. Maybe small preys like rabbits. One for each. But how many were they? "Let's go then. Hydra, me, Zyro, the healer wolf and.... oh damn.." He tries to remember the wolves that were in the den, but can't. "Maybe five or seven rabbits... Good luck to me..." He then circulates Mount Fare in search of a rabbits' den. That's when he passed right in front of a wolf. He stops with wide eyes and turns his head back slowly to make sure if what he had seen was true. He returns his head forward quickly and gulped. Then he slowly returns to the front of the wolf. This appeared to be asleep. Jack takes a deep breath. Another was here too. "Friend or foe? How do I to know?" So he takes a deep sigh and catches a stick with his mouth and nudges the wolf's nose. Hello? he said.

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Post by Ceviche on Fri Jul 22, 2016 10:12 am

His nap was going along great, he was thoroughly enjoying whatever dream he may have been dreaming. That was, until of course he felt the rough sensation of a stick on his nose. The sudden touch caught him off guard.  Spooked him, really. In a half daze he started and tumbled off of his perch. It was quite a sight really to see such a pudgy figure rolling off of a log, and when he hit the ground it could even bring someone to associate that old nursery rhyme; Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. Briefly, he found the irony in that he was falling during fall.

He didn't quite roll as he'd expected, instead he landed on his back and slid a few inches in the not-quite-mud until he ended up with his head pressed against against the knotted roots of one of the trees. He barely registered the "Hello," that had accompanied the poke.

"Wh... Is it morning already?" He righted himself and tried his best to shake the wet dirt from his fur. With a yawn he started to register that firstly, there was indeed another wolf there (whom he did not recognize) and secondly, that it was not morning. Thirdly there was that stick in the stranger's maw. Strange.

He blinked slowly and his tail began to wag absentmindedly as he completely relaxed. It was obvious that he wasn't going to be chased out quite yet. From past experiences, he knew that if a wolf was truly hostile, they would have barked him out of the tree, or attacked him already. Vicious cold-blooded killers never really looked for sticks and then proded their enemies out of trees. His mouth slacked into a lazy open smile. "Hello." He said equal parts cheery and half-asleep.
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Post by Guest on Fri Jul 22, 2016 12:13 pm

"Hmm..." Jackaal leaves the stick aside and sits on the ground. "Sorry to wake you... But you aren't in your territory to be sleeping around. So... If you want can go to the den of Graywood pack, there you can talk to our royal Zyro and rest in peace. I will start a hunt for dinner right now and it can disturb up a bit..." he says in a friendly tone and with a small smile wait strange wolf's response "I'm Jackaal only to know, and how about you?" he asks.

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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Ceviche on Mon Jul 25, 2016 1:30 pm

"Hm," He pondered it for a moment. This was probably one of the kinder responses he'd ever had to being found sleeping on someone else's land. He looked over the wolf, still trying to figure out if there were any ulterior motives going on. Though he seemed nice enough. It was probably fine then- though, he did talk funny. It was interesting to listen to him speak. "Guess it sounds like a plan then," he replied before stretching with another yawn.  

"I'm Jackaal only to know, and how about you?"

"Ceviche. It's a pleasure." He chirped. "Well, how 'bout I help you out for now, and then you can show me where this Zyro is." Royal was a term he wasn't quite familiar with, though he assumed it probably meant the same thing as most of the other pack's 'Alphas'. Though weren't there usually pairs of alphas? He ignored the question in his head.
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Post by Guest on Tue Jul 26, 2016 11:23 am

"Hm, Guess it sounds like a plan then, Ceviche. It's a pleasure. Well, how 'bout I help you out for now, and then you can show me where this Zyro is." The wolf that introduced himself as Ceviche said.
"Hmm.. It's fine, though I'm needing help, Ceviche.." Jack then says taking a little distance and going to a rock where he could better observe the rabbit's den.

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Post by Ceviche on Fri Jul 29, 2016 2:05 am

Ceviche followed Jackaal, keeping a few feet distance, as to not startle him or anything on accident. He sniffed the air and the ground wildly, searching through the mangled scents of the area. The scent of hare mingled with the musk of wolves and the squirrels. The heavy humid air made it harder to try to sniff anything out, so shortly he gave up and set himself content to watching his new acquaintance work.

His tail continued to idly swing as he stood there; he was somewhat enjoying the occasional drops of rain that made their way from between the leaves of the canopy above.
"Wouldn't this have been easier in the middle of the day?"
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Post by Guest on Fri Jul 29, 2016 3:05 pm

Ceviche approached and asked "Wouldn't this have been easier in the middle of the day?" Jackaal nods his head and said, "Not much. There was occured a very strong storm and I was on a journey, but we will get enough for the stock." He begins to sniff and without much sign, but then he remembers a place in the territory of Graywood and says "It's another very good place to hunt! Follow me." he walks excited going to the Spade River.

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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Anke on Fri Jul 29, 2016 4:56 pm

Several grunts slipped their way through Anke's maw as she made her way up the mountain. She was worn out and tired, this being something you could physically tell by now. The obvious limp-like posture, slowed pace, and almost limp ears, until she heard the voices of other canines. That's odd..., she thought as she moved closer, still slouched and slow. It had been a while since she heard the communications between a civilization, quite frankly, it was making her happy.

Her small frame finally made it's way to some canines, two of them by themselves, apparently speaking between each other.

She let out a grunt, looking towards the canines.
"Uh.. hello?" She said, lifting her head up as she too a seat.


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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Ceviche on Sat Jul 30, 2016 12:52 am

Ceviche was all set to follow Jackaal, completely absorbed in the concept of chewing on something more substantial than beetles- For a moment he questioned jackaal's Journey, but quickly that faded into more urgent thoughts- like: 'would it be appropriate to call him Jackie?' He barely managed to notice the she wolf. Her exhausted grunt were barely audible over the soft sounds of the weather, but when she spoke it caught the rest of his attention. He replied to her greeting with an almost mellifluous chirp, "Hello!"

Ceviche sniffed wildly trying to ascertain where she'd come from. Wherever it was, it wasn't here."We're going to catch something- come along, you can meet their Zyro too!" His tail thrashed around in excitement, some of Jackaal's giddiness affecting him. The pudgy blonde wolf let his mouth hang open in a lazy smile as he looked back to Jackaal for some kind of approval. Really, though it wasn't his place to invite along strangers, but then again he didn't really see any harm in it. These guys were seemingly the type to take in all kinds of loners and probably had some kind of mismatched stitched together pack.
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Guest on Sat Jul 30, 2016 6:11 pm

Jackaal sees that a female wolf approaches and looks at her, then heard Ceviche speak and with his head nodded and gives a smile in the moment that Ceviche looks back with his mouth open. Jack begins to wag his tail and waiting again all agree with the hunting. Before he could accept the other wolf to join his hunting party, he had to know her. First he sniffed her, then said his name. He looked at Ceviche and said his name and then looks at the wolf as if wondering who she is.

Mentioned: Anke, Ceviche
Adressed: Anke
Cancelling the heading to spade river by now.

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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Kamaal on Thu Aug 04, 2016 12:11 pm

| :: | AGAHI | :: |


Funny... Hmm, that's a word to describe the rogue's gait. Funny and unstable, that's it. Constantly quacking, as his deranged pads made their way through the underbrush thick and gruff to the touch as it brushed against his murky cloak. His digits of fading fibers touching the moisturized soil and wet twigs, which were accompanied by dead leaves-dead and colorless tissue pieces from the drenched trees above his head. There was really no surprise as to how someone would feel about this land. All flat and colorless, dying on the inside as each and every droplet of water hit the ground and his pelage. Melancholy... This is what this area was creating in his head. Bleak sadness and cold. Not even the sun dared to show his face, shame that was why shame chocking him, killing him slowly with a dull rusted knife. This was the only logical explanation this male had in his mind--but wait... did he even have a mind or had he lost it already? Was all this just a dream, a fantasy, a-a fake, p-plastic world created in the boundaries of his collapsing head!? He couldn't help it, he couldn't! Where was he going? How long had he been traveling? What was the purpose of all this? So many questions, inquiries piling up in his mind, like stale chunks of meat rested on top of each other. Madness... instability... Agahi knew those words-he knew that they would take him away eventually. He knew that they could kill him, kill him mentally until there was nothing left of him. Until his own existence was perished, turned into ash and then blown away by the macabre wind. No, no, no. He had to stop.. Just stop! Stop what he was thinking, end what he was doing. His head couldn't take it anymore, it never understood why he was torturing it. But why? That was the question, why was Agahi torturing his own self, his.. his own head. Why was he doing it!? No, he wasn't doing anything... his mind had just taken control over him--but wait, such thing wouldn't make any sense. Such thing wasn't even possible.... He, he was really starting to lose it... losing the grip of his ropes. "Leave me alone." A husky tone escaped his pained jowls followed by a parched snarl as his fangs clenched themselves. "I said leave me... Alone" his mouth moved once more as his orbs shifted to the side, zeroing on a wooden pillar. "Leave me alone you bastard, leave me be!" Agahi was now slavering, infinite amounts of this watery--a foreign watery substance oozing on the ground, accompanying his bi-colored gaze which had now shifted on a grey and brown nearby tree. "You don't understand, I just want to be left alone, alone... Alone! Nothing more!" Cloak standing on end and eyes peeled open the male screeched for as long as his lungs allowed him to. He was lost... lost in his endless maze of madness and dead-ends.
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Re: Mount Fare

Post by Ceviche on Fri Aug 05, 2016 2:36 am

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His incessant harassment of the new arrival was cut short by another new arrival- or at least a new sound. His ears perked up when he heard the wailing in the distance, someone sounded rather much like they were in need of assistance. "Hold that thought," he muttered as he began to wander off towards whatever was making such a troublesome sound.

"...alone.." he heard bits and pieces of sentences. Who was alone? What was alone? There was someone wandering around for sure. for a moment it stopped and he stood there, confused- until that piercing wail cut through the silence like a knife through drywall. The sound for a moment felt as though it were cutting through him as well, but he shook off the feeling- replacing the terror with disbelief. Though, that disbelief was very short-lived and quickly discarded, rather more so thrown asunder as he bolted towards whatever was in such pain as to make such a sound.

Perhaps it was a need to help others? No, more likely it was just an absolute need to see what was making the noise. Pure unbridled curiosity- a force to be reckoned with. It was a good thing that he wasn't a cat- because then he'd have been long dead. But, who knew? Maybe, there was a whole nest of food wherever this noise was coming from? Maybe, that was a screech of happiness from finding a marvelous meal? It was most likely not. Not with a wail of that caliber- but, I mean who knew?

He'd ended up finding the screaming male, but didn't even have time to register what he'd looked like. His progress was not complying with his current need to come to a full stop, and before he knew it he ended up tripping and flipping upside down- right into the second newcomer (or perhaps he was the third? If ceviche was the first... but if ceviche was the second- that would make him the fourth...) He let out a scream of his own, more so in a kind of warning (Like, "Hey! I can't stop! Look out!") than anything. The blondie came down hard but quickly wriggled himself right side up before replying hastily, "Are you okay?!"

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OOC: I'm sorry Anke we waited a while for you, but i had to move things on,,,,
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