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Belarus Greybech Rogue
Gender Status
Male Healthy
Age Skill Points
Young adult
(3 yrs, 5 mos.)
560 SP

Character Information

Belarus Greybech "bell-uh-rus grey-beck"

Belarus finally outruns and escapes The Regiment and enters the valley through Skyrise Pass.
"And finally peace." w/ Nima. Belarus wonders into the valley and meets Nima. After a successful hunt, they vaguely talk about past pack experiences. Nima plans to find her loyalists and Belarus agrees to accompany her in her search.
Staying near Nima, he travels south with her to Verdant Hills.
"I wish you would just kill me violently" w/ Nima, Idemoni, & Lorenzo. Whilst hunting mice for himself and Nima, he hears her bark and returns to find her standing at the bed of the river, thinking she heard something, but nothing was there so they left.
He follows Nima west to Strongwind Range.
"But my dreams they aren’t so empty as my conscience seems to be" w/ Nima & Wayfarer. Nima calls for Belarus to meet her mate, Wayfarer, who tries to intimidate Belarus and gives him the impression that he's the jealous-type. The group discusses how to find Nima's two loyalists, Idemoni and Igbo, and Belarus volunteers to find them himself. After getting their descriptions and a warning of Nima's son, Elliot, Belarus leaves the couple in search for the two wolves. He's given three days to find them.
Belarus runs eastward back to Verdant Hills, looking for Idemoni and Igbo.
"two by two" w/ Maia & Senna. Belarus meets two she-wolves, Maia and Senna. Whilst sharing a rabbit Maia caught, Belarus learns that Senna was in a pack called The Kingdom and more about Nima's son attacking her. Maia asks if she can accompany Belarus and he gladly accepts.
"A wolf hunt." w/ Maia. The next day, the pair wake up and go for a hunt. Over breakfast, Belarus shares some information regarding Nima's loyalists and a shadow of his past.
"What a beautiful day." w/ Maia, Idemoni, Leas, Igbo, & Elliot. In the middle of a snow storm, Belarus and Maia decide to howl, hoping Idemoni and/or Igbo will hear, and they do, including a she-wolf named Leas and an unnamed timber wolf who fit Nima's description of her son, Elliot. The meeting is awkward and Belarus provides himself and Maia false names: Harrow and Lin, respectively. Igbo tells them of a glen nearby and a pack named the Firewing Brotherhood. Not wanting to stay any longer, Belarus tells him that's where he and Maia "Lin" are going. They invite Leas to go with them and she accepts and the trio leaves.


125 lbs (56.7 kg) · 36 in (91.44 cm) · 6.5 ft (1.98 m)
Belarus, a Great Plains wolf, cuts a formidable and handsome figure with his towering size and muscular build. He is cloaked by a lovely grey coat with a subtle mask around his distinctive yellow eyes. Across his back, his coat darkens into a cape toward a fluffy tail with a dark tip. On his left shoulder, hidden under his thick pelt, is an old scar from a bullet.


Charming · Mature · Cautious · Quiet · Independent
Quiet yet suave, Belarus is a rather charming wolf who can be pleasant to be around -- some of the time. Usually, he has a very short temper and can become impatient and irritable. Belarus doesn't like wasting his time and can be quite cold to others, sometimes, without meaning to be. He has witnessed the darkness of others and, as a coping mechanism, became very distant and autonomous; he suffers from abandonment issues and struggles greatly with trusting others.
He finds it easier to talk to females rather than males because of his past experiences with other males. Although, he does like having friendships with other males, Belarus just has a thicker and more defensive wall for them to knock down first.


YEAR 0 Belarus was born to an exiled alpha: his father wasn't her mate. Their father had been slain by the lead male. Both he and his brother, Argonaut, were viewed as bastards and were taunted regularly because their dam "didn't have the guts" to move away from the pack's territory. The only thing, he thought, his mother was good at was teaching them to hunt: she was a strong and patient huntress. Because of the constant bullying from the pack's pups, Belarus quickly became tough-skinned and matured faster than regular pups. When he was about six months old, he'd gotten into a fight with one of the pack's pup. The brawl escalated so much so that Belarus could only see red as he brutally mauled the other to death. He panicked; he knew the pack would know he had slaughtered the pup, and quickly fled the region. His brother, Argonaut, followed him and they both wandered together.

YEAR 1 Belarus and Argonaut were still together as two yearlings aiming to hone their hunting skills. They followed the scent trails of deer herds without a plan of where exactly to go. As two handsome bachelors, they were excited to come across any females during their seemingly endless hunting spree. Belarus was more sexually mature than his kin and mounted plenty during the winter heat without the intent of sticking around.

YEAR 2 When the brothers were two, they had come across a group of human explorers who sought to hunt them both down. They ran for their lives. Belarus' shoulder blade was grazed by one of their "loud sticks" -- Argonaut called them. It burned his flesh and left a blood trail in their wake. They were forced to swim across a river to lose the predators. After that experience, his brother had become traumatised and much more wary. A few days later, they crossed paths with an old wolf who mentioned a great valley that he was travelling toward. Belarus had little interest in the place: unlike his brother, he liked the thrill of wandering unknown and possibly dangerous lands. Argonaut, however, was still quite shaken and decided to part ways with his brother and go to the valley. Belarus was heartbroken and felt betrayed by his kin. "After everything we've been through?" he snarled. That was the last thing he said to him. Belarus continued to follow deer herds. The hunt became much more difficult without another wolf helping him, leaving him to only pick out the weak and sickly ones or fawns that strayed too far from their mothers. Belarus ended joining a group of males called The Regiment. All they did was hunt and brawl and live by a strict code and Belarus loved it; until one of the members decided to frame him for the killing of their own. Feeling gutted and furious, Belarus got into a fight with the one who tried to frame him; the fight resulted in the death of the murderer, but the rest of the group believed he killed both wolves. Belarus was forced to flee and was chased by The Regiment for months. Eventually, he decided to find the valley his brother and the old wolf were searching for, hoping to finally escape from the pursuit of The Regiment and hopefully find his brother.


Height Build
Very Large Muscular
Father Mother
Unknown (†) Juna Greybech


Other Relationships
{Nima}: pretty much her bodyguard; had a good hunt together.
The {Wayfarer}: Nima's mate. Jealous are we? Seems nice enough, but not sure yet. Has a weird name.
{Maia}: thinks she's pretty; has a lil crush on her. Traveling companion.
{Senna}: she was nice. Used to be in The Kingdom. Lives in "the sanctuary".
{Leas}: a nice girl; knows Nima; was looking for Wayfarer. He hopes she might come across his brother.
{Idemoni}: pretty quiet and shy, poor thing; one of Nima's loyalists.
{Igbo}: kind of chatty, appeared separate from his pack members, thinks he might have a chance of meeting him again. One of Nima's loyalists.
Unnamed tall and skinny timber wolf: thinks he's Elliot. Was polite; but made him a little anxious and stressed him out.
{Elliot}: Nima's son. Warned about him; sounds like a basket case.
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