Appearance- Regaining a large portion of his weight back, Igbo is starting to gain muscle mass.
Being the runt and surviving left Igbo's fate up to chances. Being unable to perform the tasks of most wolves, Igbo took to eating different supplements, which in turn inspired his love for herbs. Testing on himself and other wolves eventually lead to Igbo slowly making his way out of his natal pack.
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Igbo Culture Igbo is a south Nigerian language/culture and what is below is pure fiction. Nothing written below has anything to do with the real culture unless purposely! applied!
-A pack following Igbo Culture
is named Igbo Culture.
-Igbo has multiple complex meanings. On one hand, Igbo is a symbol of death, but can also be referred to as a God itself. Igbo can also be reference to the Culture's identity. To experience being within a Culture, it is defined as Igbo, or experiencing this higher-level-deity-worshiping life. Therefore, when a pup or runt is expected to die at birth, it is named Igbo, in order for the member of Igbo Culture, to have the experience of the Culture. The name itself carries a tremendous weight. It is very unlikely for a pup named Igbo to survive. He/She can be seen in different perspectives depending on one's faith to the experience of Igbo.
-Igbo Culture has an obsession with death, in that it is a start and a beginning. Life and death are practically synonyms. There is a value for high transparency with all actions and a simple notion to enjoy life. As in enjoy life through the nature of the Igbo Culture.
-Language and symbolism is highly valued within any Igbo Culture. For example,the family name within the wolf, Igbo, culture is Black. Mostly due to the genetic gene of black fur and the mentality uniting the family. The renaming or naming of oneself is allowed. One exception is if the name is in relation to Igbo.
-Each Igbo Culture is different. Some may value a more rigid lifestyle, others more so ease; however, the devotion to Igbo Culture is none the less.
-The pack, Igbo Culture, is broken up by three families: Black, Violet, and Lapis.
-The head of each family takes the place of one of the three "leaders" or directives. While having three families can amount to large numbers, each family is spread out across one specific land.
-While the Black family is the heart and majority of Igbo Culture, Lapis follows second with medical practices, and Violet follows third with a blend of tasks.
70lbs . 22 in tall. 5 ft long.
Tiny, gaunt, slithery, an overgrown coyote
Voice Actor: Marshall Lee (by Donald Glover)
Scent: (Currently) Earthy, stingy if interpreted as~
With a small stature, the shady pelt of Igbo Black lays flat and matte. His amber eyes are bright and bold against his coat. Due to a strenuous upbringing, Igbo has sharp, rugged appearance. His bones tend to jaunt out unhealthy. When he is in shape, his constant activity leaves him well-defined muscles.
inquisitive . skeptical . critical . mischevious
Igbo Black's basic treatment of others is summed up for what they can do for him. Igbo feels a great disadvantage of his size and weight, therefore he uses his knowledge as a weapon. His acquired taste for dabbling in herbs have given him a sense of confidence in how wolves will treat him if they know Mr. Black can solve any emotional or physical issue. Regardless, Igbo is generally relaxed. He mostly has a chill demeanor. He tends to wiggle himself into trouble and exit with a quick escape.
His time at the Kingdom has brought him a lot of anxiety. He has become increasingly paranoid. Fears his weak points.
Igbo has reoragnized his priorites. Desires to have a family. Keep those he cares for close and cared for.
Igbo finds himself caught in between mood swings, unable to decipher the right choice, only knowing that he wants time to slow down, so he can think and process. Critical of past and future failures; hesitance to act.
Pre-Horizon: Being the runt and surviving left Igbo's fate up to chances. Being unable to perform the tasks of most wolves, Igbo took to eating different supplements, which in turn inspired his love for herbs. Testing on himself and other wolves eventually lead to Igbo slowly making his way out of his natal pack.