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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 13th 2011, 3:22 pm

Ninja was bored and decided to do something with all this snow around him. He got onto his back and began to roll around in it. Snow was flying up into the air.

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Post by Guest on June 13th 2011, 3:51 pm

"Hello" He said towards Mahina who know approached himself and Elysia. The brute sat down akwardly on his rump and looked at this wolf whom he didn't know well himself "How are you two this fine day ?" His eyes kept straying from one to another.

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Post by Soran on June 13th 2011, 9:01 pm

Soran nodded in mock agreement and returned the eye roll, taking the time to rewrap his tail tightly around his paws. As he did so, he noticed the dark female from earlier, the one who resembled Pallatsera closely with every action, as she collided with Insomnia and strode off to the den. It was unfair though, as he suddenly realized, to be comparing her to Palla. What if her actions were her own and the old Alpha had simply copied off her sister? Even the way she stood, it was clear she wasn’t used to the new life of a busy pack, and perhaps he would speak to her after Mahina did.

Turning his head back to Spirit, the male gave a small shake of his head. “Of course, had I stayed here forever, there would have been a dangerously low amount of leaf helmets.” He said, a joking smile playing on his muzzle as he gestured to the nettles above. “But you I hear, are so bold as to walk around in the snow and even enjoy it.” the Delta continued, tones of fake surprise dripping off of his voice like the sap above him.
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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 13th 2011, 10:07 pm

Lebanen Raven Fang trotted through the forest. He wondered if he would be able to find his sister. After all, it had been a long time since he had last seen her. At least it felt like a long time. Snow was everywhere. Ren started to run through the forest. After a while he stopped and sniffed the ground. He smelled wolves. But... there was something familiar to the scent. It was... Shadow! He wagged his tail and ran forward. But, Shadow seemed to have joined a pack. He slowed down, wondering what to do.

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Post by Guest on June 13th 2011, 10:15 pm

Shadow trotted away from the group, wanting to take a break from the pack for a minute. She trotted around the forest, wondering what she should do. She stopped, smelling deer. She watched them for awhile, looking for a weak one. All the deer were strong and healthy. Sighing, she left.

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Kaiana on June 14th 2011, 1:56 am

Kanae now stood on a ridge that overlooked the clearing of which the pack stayed. Her chocolate orbs scanned them all calmly, though they contained a tinge of sadness. She wished that she could go back down there; she did not. Eyes warmed when they took note of Ninja rolling around in the thick blanket of snow.

"Ninja." She spoke his name softly, letting the wind carry it.
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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 2:34 am

Unhinging (Sp?) his jaws to release a yawn which had built up in his windpipe, it was followed by a high pitched whine. He soon closed his mouth and turned his head to survey the area, waiting for both of the wolves to give some sort of an answer.

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 9:06 am

Elysia nodded gratefully to Mahina. She was feeling increasingly uncomfortable, physically and emoitonally. She was cold, though she didnt want to admit it. The others were outside and they werent shivering messes. They weren't huddled up against trees either. If they weren't, then she didnt need to be. Elysia wondered what Pallatsera had done. Pallatsera had been small, like herself. She got cold easily. It was the only time Pallatsera had been a touching type of wolf - when she was cold. Elysia remembered many winter nights spent curled up with her sister, sharing warmth that both of them had needed. Elysia had to force herself not to wince at the memory.

She shook her head, trying to think of something else. She didnt need Pallatsera's warmth, as much as she might want it. She had to be realistic. She forced a smile to Insomnia and Mahina. She wasn't as socially adept as Pallatsera had been. She was okay when she started the conversation and sometimes when others did - but other times she just couldn't quite do it. Now was one of those times. She dipped her head to Insomnia and Mahina. "I think I will, if you dont mind, go find a tree or something to that affect." It was an excuse, but at least a truthful one.

Elysia backed away, hoping not to have offended either one. She liked them, could even grow to consider them friends, but she had too much on her mind. She glanced at Soran as she passed, her eyes lingering on his chocolate fur. It looked warm, inviting. She shook her head again, clearing the thought. She padded to another large sycamore, curling on the ground and pressing herself against the dry bark of the trunk. She could still see Insomnia, Mahina, Soran and Spirit from where she lay.

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 9:45 am

Ninja stopped rolling in the snow. His ears twitched. The sound was very faint, but he could just barely make out the words. 'Kanae?' he said to himself. He didn't know how to react to that response. The brute stood up and listened carefully. No more sounds came and he figured it was just birds or something else talking to each other. He sat down and tried to shake the memory of someone or something, calling his name.

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Spirit on June 14th 2011, 10:35 am

Spirit smiled, "Me? I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about." She voiced, feigning sarcasm. Her gaze flicked over to the snow as it lay sprawled across the ground. Her ears flicked as she looked up to see a dark she-wolf passing by, Elysia was her name - she'd heard it floating around. Spirit winced slightly as she caught the look in her eyes. Slowly, Spirit looked back at Soran, tearing her gaze from the female as she went to a nearby tree. She could feel some part of her sinking inside, but why? Why should she feel that way at all, it was only to be expected. Spirit closed her eyes, shaking her head. She shouldn't let something so small get to her, so why did it hurt?

Spirit opened her eyes once more, trying her best to put it past her. She put on a faint smile, trying to ward the feeling off. "It's a shame there really are no leaves anymore." Her tail glided across the snow behind her slightly. "Of course there are nettles... but they're rather itchy if I do say so myself." Spirit said, glancing up at the nettles above their heads.
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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 10:56 am

Mahina nodded as Elysia retreated to the tree's. She looked towards Spirit and Soran, and bounded lightly over to the two. "Hello Spirit, Soran!" She came to a stop beside them, smiling widely.

((Lame... -.- ))

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 10:59 am

"Hmm, it seems I'll have to introduce you to the pack..." Silver said to her, and Amethyst pricked her ears and turned to face her sister. A grin spread across her face, and her tail began to wave through the air. "Yes, please, Silver. " She said, and began to follow her sibling to a female (Maiara, alphas first, of course!) sitting atop a fallen tree.

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Dakota on June 14th 2011, 1:46 pm

Happy paws danced across soft snow, finding rythem with every movement. They had power, emotion, and purpose. In one direction, the nails pointed always, their ebony surface reflecting precious sunlight. Connected to the feet that pranced, a female wolf leisurely moved. Her tongue hung out of her jaw like the limp muscle it was, completely useless besides dripping saliva. Pale yellow eyes watched the trees that were just ahead, sun playing off their dieing pine needles. They traced over the rays that beamed to earth, creating small patches of melted snow that revealed brown grass. A smile parted Taru's black and white muzzle. The female greatly enjoyed finding places to bathe in the sun for a short while, even if it meant entering the woods of another territory. Curious paws traveled to the warm spots that were breaking through the forest umbrage, where they stopped. Which to choose? Taru's pale eyes moved from sunny spot to sunny spot. She placed a gentle paw on one spot, feeling the temperature. The female then moved over to the next spot, feeling its temperature. Taru snorted, it was much too cold. With a huff, she flopped to the ground on the other sunny area, feeling the warmth immediatly. There she would wait, for the wolves she smelled to be so close to investigate the loner.
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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 3:40 pm

Once again he was alone. Looking around as he had just gone from being in the company of two wolves to sat embarrassed in the cold snow, left on his own. A silent sigh escaped his strong jaws and rose up off the ground, swaggering slowly towards the den.

Sitting down beside it, Insomnia waited for someone to notice the fact he was by himself.

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 4:05 pm

Ninja looked over and saw Insomnia. This whole time he been in the pack, Ninja never once talked to him. But, that would change. He padded over there and sat down near him. "Hello." the brute wanted to say more, but only a single word came out.

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 8:20 pm

The world spun around in circles as the white fae padded through the snow. Her white pelt blended perfectly with the snow, and anyone would think she was just a figment of their imaginations. Luna could smell the pack nearby strongly now, the pack she had followed for so many months, and had just now mustered up the courage to cross their borders and seek acceptance. She had crossed the border long ago, but just now did she sense wolves nearby.

A strange feeling washed over her as she crested a hill. She could see the pack below now. It was huge, much bigger than she had originally thought. Her amber eyes scanned the wolves below, and butterflies formed in her stomach. What if these wolves were like Lithium's followers, or worse, what if they were. Luna felt nauseous, but she walked down the hill, her tail between her legs and ears down. Great Lupus, please not let these moments be my demise... The female stopped at the bottom of the hill, scanning the wolves. She looked over one female, but snapped her head back towards her when a sick realization hit her like an oncoming truck.

Maybe her eyes were playing tricks, maybe she was dreaming, maybe it was who she thought it was. There, sitting near a white female and brown male, was the one she thought she'd never see again, the one she thought was part of the stars, guiding her sister along. It was Mahina. Luna's ears perked, and she dared to step closer to the female. Her lips quivered as the name rolled off her tongue. "Mahina?"

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 8:36 pm

"Mahina?"

Mahina's ears perked as a voice rang in her ears. It was her name that was spoken, but the voice that spoke it didn't belong to someone she knew, yet it was someone she knew, all too well in fact. At first she didn't turn around, what if the sweet hope swelling inside of her was wrong. What if she had been sent to the sky just to be sent crashing down to earth? What if her life shattered right there? She would have to rebuild herself again, and that was just not possible. Not anymore.

Mahina's eyes closed. She couldn't bear to look. Couldn't bear to suffer from a broken heart. Surely the second time her heart was broken it would kill her. Her name rang in her ears still, and her piece of heart, long separated, long forgotten, screamed at her to turn around. The female opened on eye, and, taking a deep breath, turned her head.

And she was not sent crashing down back to earth. She felt like she was touching the stars she loved so much. Mahina felt like she was finally complete, and was this true? Quite possibly. She smiled widely, unable to give words to her sister. Instead she stood up from Spirit and Soran, and for the first time since Soran, a hole in her heart was filled. She ran over to Luna, stopping in front of her. No words emerged from Mahina, and she only looked her sister in the eyes. Was this a dream?

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 8:55 pm

Bored, Shadow trotted through the forest, looking for a place to rest. Her black fur was tipped in white due to the snow. She shook her plet and continued on. Gradually, a the smell of an unfamiliar wolf grew strong. Shadow slowed. She growled, wondering who had entered Banishing Winds territory. A growl rose to her throat when she saw a black wolf relaxing in a patch of warmth.
(Shady is not in a good mood. >.<)

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Dakota on June 14th 2011, 9:03 pm

Taru's dark ears perked as she heard the growl of an unwelcoming wolf. So it had started already? Rising gingerly to her paws, the female strethced, yawning loudly. Her ears popped back into a listening position and she composed herself once again. The female's pale yellow eyes brightened as she looked on to the other wolf in her path. "Hello, the name is Taru, nice to meet you," she grinned widely, wagging her tail. Her smile faded slightly as she realized her words had rythmed awkwardly. "Er.... sorry," she flattened her ears with a faded, weak smile.
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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 9:09 pm

"I'm Shadow." she said, "This is Banishing Winds territory. What is it you seek?"
Shadow said, keeping a more dominate position. Though she didn't think the loner was a threat. But anything was possible, or at least that's what her "teachers" in Blood Fang pack had said.

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Post by Dakota on June 14th 2011, 9:15 pm

Taru continued to frown, thinking over her answer carefully. What did she seek? "Acceptance," the young wolf replied, prancing over to bow before the pack wolf. She lowered her head in a almost playful bow, tail wagging. The female's eyes noticed the other female's paws, playful grin splitting her muzzle. She moved her paws, seeming to dig at the other wolf's feet. "I like your feet," she laughed, jumping up and away from the other female.
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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 9:21 pm

Shadow stood there, confused. She shook her head, ridding herself of her grumpyness.
"Um, thanks? Anyway, if you would like to join the pack you should talk to one of the alphas or betas." said Shadow simply.
(...well thats a little weird, Tar-tar. XD Shadow is all like "what. the. should. i do?!" XXD)

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Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 9:24 pm

Charna trotted along, completely off in her own world. There wasn't much going on in her mind as the winter's cold winds blew around, tussling up the autumn's killed leaves. Lowering, Charna leapt at them, batting at them like a pup. She hadn't a care in the world. She was a part of a pack, which meant she was safe from threats, and much more. It had been remarkably easy to assimilate into the environment, which made her happy. Then again, a lot of things made her happy.

(LAME, but I wanted to hop in)

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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Soran on June 14th 2011, 9:31 pm

Soran grinned and swept aside a pile of nettles with his tail, coating the fur with stray sap that had fallen to the ground and long since frozen. With a quick flick of his paw, he placed a pile of snow that balanced perfectly on top of the white she-wolfs head. With the brightness of her fur, and the chalky color of the flakes, it barely stood out at all. “A little cold, but it works none the less...” He replied loftily, brushing away that last of the snow on his paw with a quick flick of the wrist.

His eyes flickered over the dark female that had passed them earlier as she said, secluded and most likely freezing under a lone sycamore tree and he shuffled his paws in indecision, but he knew he would have time to talk to her later. His ears flickered slightly at the sounds of others in the distance, mingled with the scents of wolves from their own pack. Turning his attention back to Spirit, he casually gazed at one of her dark, stone colored ears, debating whether or not to attack.
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Re: The Winter Den

Post by Guest on June 14th 2011, 9:44 pm

Luna simply stared at her sister, a weak smile on her features. Mahina spoke no words, and Luna could not find words to speak. Awkward silence enclosed the dogs from their world. It was as if no one else was there. Luna started seeing her family. She saw her mother and father, her deceased brother and sister, and then there was Mahina, the only one not inside her head.

The fae leaned into Mahina, her sister towering above her. "I missed you so much..." She said, her eyes closed in sweet relief. It had taken a year, and now the moment where the two sisters found each other again had finally come. A year of searching, a year of wondering. Neither were dead, neither were lost, they were both here.

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