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[summons] Ryd, Moon, any Cadre wolves~

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Lyra Penumbra Wynter
 

Lyra was uncharacteristically relaxed today. She lounged by the side of the vast lake, a deer’s femur bone propped up against one foreleg. It was stripped of most of its flesh, but there were still a few scraps on it, and she busied herself trying to clean the bone of meat. She’d been at it a while, contemplating the state of her pack now that they had gained a good number of new wolves. It wasn’t just the five of them anymore. The Cadre was thriving, and Lyra couldn’t be prouder.

Ryd and Moon had been around for a few weeks now, and they’d done a good job of taking up pack duties… despite the fact that Lyra had not specifically assigned them any. Few wolves in the Cadre had specific tasks they needed to perform, though any wolf could take the initiative to perform a task at which they excelled. For the two rambunctious girls, that apparently took the form of patrolling. She had put off this day until now to assess the two of them, to see how well they fit into the pack. It seemed neither of them had done much bonding with their packmates thus far, though she’d heard a few times from the others that they could be a little… much. Ryd’s rambunctiousness didn’t bother Lyra- as long as the girl followed the rules, and showed respect to her fellow Cohorts. She thought Moon might need a bit more tempering in that department, however. The girl seemed tense as a coiled snake most of the time, and Lyra had been been able to work out why that might be.

She would find out soon enough. For now, it was time to honor her part of the deal. She gnawed thoughtfully on the thick femur bone she’d claimed from one of the pack’s kills, her tail thumping the ground behind her. After a moment, she raised her head and sent up a howl- calling to the two girls specifically, though her howl was by no means an exclusive summons. Today, she was going to help Ryd and Moon hone their skills.


Oct 29, 2015 11:52 PM

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Moon Kelly
 

Moon had been brooding on the fringes of the lake since her encounter with Gerrik, seeking out Ryd now and again but socializing little more than that. The gnawing, nagging feeling she’d had back in the Glen had kicked in full blast of late, every strand of fur ready to stand on end at the drop of a pin. What bothered her more than all of that, more than Gerrik even, was the stark realization that she didn’t understand where any of it was coming from. She’d tried placing the root of it nearly every day but continued to come up blank. There were lingering thoughts, thoughts she hadn’t dared interpret for now, but beyond that was darkness.

Today was little different than the many before it. With spring well on its way to midseason, she’d been enjoying the sun by the lakeside, watching the birds as they dipped and fluttered overheard and letting her mind go decidedly blank for a while. She wasn’t sure how long she’d sat zoned out and blank-faced, but it was Lyra’s call that snapped her out of it.

For half a second, she’d forgotten all about the promise to train her and Ryd, and she shook her head, mulling through other possibilities for the call. She was in trouble. She hadn’t brought back Vandal’s tail quickly enough. She needed to leave. Despite the irrationality, she lifted herself from the lakeside and took off in a brisk trot, eager at least to see her friend.

When she eventually spotted the Keeper down the lake some, she faltered. Ryd wasn’t here yet, but it was too late to back out now. She’d made no effort at approaching subtly. The wolf would have seen her already. Not wanting to look a coward, she lifted her steps and made her approach, acting for all the world the spitfire she was, sitting a comfortable distance out without much more than a grunt of a greeting.

She had no reason to dislike Lyra. She’d even admired the wolf for half a second back when they’d been accepted. But what was she supposed to say? Hello was overrated. Lyra would get the point. She was here. Now where was Ryd?


Oct 31, 2015 10:25 AM — Post #1

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Ryd Hal
 

Late, late, late!

Ryd dashed madly from the glade. It wasn’t that she hadn’t heard Lyra’s call, it was that she had been scouting the northwestern terrain, heard it, got excited, went to leave one more border marking and… totally forgot about the howl a few minutes later.

Which led to her wasting a whole other hour scouting a territory which Lyra had not even formally claimed yet - although Ryd had been thinking of asking her if she would consider expanding the Cadre’s territory. They were getting to be a pretty decent size, and could do with the extra real estate.

When she suddenly remembered that her Keeper had summoned her, she yelped, sent out a frantic response howl so that Lyra would not think she was ignoring it, and ran like her tail was on fire back to the lake. As the treeline cleared, Ryd raced the perimeter of the lake, realizing now in her haste just how bloody huge it was. Ugh, why did border patrols seem to go so much faster than this?!

But there - she saw two figures as she cleared a bend - and offered a yip as she bowled in. Comically, the tiny girl skidded to a stop, her nails scraping over some of the smooth pebbly shore as she breathlessly took a spot next to Moon.

“Lyra!” huff, huff, huff. “Moon!” huff, inhale, huff~ “Hi! I’m so sorry I’m late!”


Nov 01, 2015 10:01 PM — Post #2

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Lyra Penumbra Wynter
 

Moon was the first to arrive. Lyra turned to look in the pup’s direction as she approached along the shoreline, faltering for a moment before she continued on, walking confidently and then sitting down a short distance away. Lyra watched her momentarily, hearing her grunt in what might have been a greeting or an expression of agitation. She couldn’t quite tell with the girl, but she had shown up in a timely manner, and right now, that was all that mattered. 

Moon,” she said in a curt greeting, and went back to what she was doing. She hadn’t assumed they would have to wait long for Ryd… but that proved to be a false assumption. Ryd didn’t answer, and she didn’t show up to meet them… after a time, Lyra let her mind slip away from the call she’d made, considering the wolf with whom she was currently keeping company. Moon was a mystery to her. The girl hadn’t said much to her in the time after she had been accepted into the pack… and as far as she knew, Moon hadn’t taken the time to get to know any of her other pack members, either. She stayed near Ryd whenever possible, apparently, and Lyra had noticed that her visits to the Grove, and to the pack’s island, were minimal. She seemed to be purposely isolating herself, and Lyra wasn’t sure what to think about that. She didn’t seem like the shy sort, but that trait could easily be compensated for by expressing hostility or feigning disinterest. 

She would have to have a talk with the girl, but now was not the time for that. They had other matters to attend to, and she hardly thought that prodding her about it would get her anywhere right now. Perhaps she would ask Ryd about it first, but it didn’t seem as though the two had known one another very long either…

Speaking of Ryd, just where was she? Lyra looked up from the bone she’d been gnawing on, which she’d dropped after a few moments. She would have offered it to Moon, but she kept it firmly under one paw, making it clear she wasn’t about to share it just then. After a while, Lyra wondered if Ryd had been out of earshot of the call, or if it was just taking her a while to make the trip here. It took her some time, but Lyra caught wind of the girl some time later, and watched as she approached breathlessly, apologizing for being late. So she had heard the call, then.

You’re here now, at least,” she said, though it was obvious she wasn’t annoyed as she pushed herself to a standing position, her long, sturdy limbs stretching beneath her. She’d been lying here for a while, relaxing, saving her strength for the spar anyway. She didn’t mind having a little while longer to lie there.

Now that you’ve arrived…” She raised her brows as she walked around the femur bone she’d been guarding so that she could see both girls without having to turn her head. Asking them about their fighting prowess would get her nowhere. She wanted to see them in action.

This bone here is mine,” she said, stamping one paw down on it and lowering her stance, the fur along her spine bristling. She threw her tail up behind her, looking from one female to the other under furrowing brows. “Perhaps one of you should like to take it from me?

She waited, saying nothing more.


Nov 08, 2015 08:56 PM — Post #3

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Moon Kelly
 

Where the hell was Ryd?

Every silent second that passed between herself and Lyra gnawed at her. She’d rather liked the wolf upon their first meeting, and she wasn’t normally one for lack of words. But now that she knew who she was… What she was… It felt different. Something inside of her wanted to pull away, and it irritated her beyond the sky what the root of it was. But she fought it and sat. She didn’t say a word, hardly looked at the wolf, but she was here.

Ryd had been the one after learning to spar with the Penumbra sisters. She’d be here soon enough. Still, it felt like hours passed before her friend showed up, short of breath and obviously flustered. She was late. Moon tossed her a concerned glance but quickly returned her attentions to Lyra as she spoke up.

She wanted them to take a bloody bone? Moon might have laughed were it not for the very serious expression the older wolf had taken on. She was serious. Whatever version of a spar this was, Moon hadn’t been expecting a game of catch the bone.

But she wasn’t going to just sit there anymore and wait around. Ryd was here and out of breath, so Moon made the move, giving her friend time to breathe as she lunged toward Lyra with as much speed as she could muster, eyes targeted solely on the bone at her feet with a vicious sort of snarl.

She was aiming to just dodge in and get away with it, but instincts drove her otherwise. With a sudden lunge to the side, she attempted to fake the dodge, digging her paws into the earth and spinning where she stood to square off with the wolf.

Maybe it’d distract her enough for Ryd to get her jaws on the little toy.


Nov 09, 2015 10:38 PM — Post #4

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Ryd Hal
 

Lyra didn’t admonish her at all for her lateness; this actually made her feel worse, because the female was so… uh… forgiving? She screwed her face up a bit, unsure how to process how smoothly she got to business, how she so easily waived away how Ryd had wasted so much of her time.

But ah, enough of that. Why linger on a dead topic if no one else was? She looked to Moon, to greet her more appropriately, but then Lyra caught their attentions. Like an eager soldier Ryd snapped her gaze to her leader, ears forward, eyes clear; still as a statue. The Keeper rose, turning smooth as velvet to reveal her… bone?

For whatever reason, Ryd’s heart began to beat wildly as she challenged them. It was a game, right? But it was sight of the huge Penumbran that incited her. She looked so fierce, so in control. Ryd wanted to be like that.

Ryd would be like that.

She drew in a sharp breath, held it, and exhaled slowly, her breathing beginning to settle into more relaxed - though still excited - pace. Did Lyra mean for both of them to try at the same time? Or was it supposed to be a one-at-a-time sort of thing? But there was no time to answer such silly questions! Moon lurched forward at a hard run, and Ryd could not help but follow, her eyes trained single-mindedly on the prize. That bone would be hers… yes. She leapt a low leap forward, jaws open, aiming to grasp onto the lower most of Lyra’s paw that was held over the inviting snack. Her defenses were minimal, only whatever was afforded by the position she was in and the movement she enacted; body low, ears pinned, head angled low to its target, but her nape remained unscrunched.


Nov 10, 2015 08:42 PM — Post #5

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Lyra Penumbra Wynter
 

The two younger females were visibly confused by Lyra’s challenging inquiry, but neither hesitated for long. It was Moon who sprang into action first, charging toward her and closing the distance between them quickly. Lyra trained her gaze on the girl, keeping her paw planted down on the cracked femur, deciding to be reactive rather than proactive. She wasn’t going to move unless one of them made her, and as Moon feinted toward the bone, Lyra pulled her lips back in a snarl as she she-wolf neared her, lowering her head and chest over her prize, jaws parted slightly so that she could strike out if need her, her eyes trained on the wolf’s own muzzle as she came closer. Instead of going straight for the bone, Moon pivoted so that she skidded to a halt just a short distance away- aiming to be a distraction, perhaps, so that Ryd could grab the prize.

Lyra hadn’t said whether or not the two of them should take her on at once… but she was pleased they had decided to do so. Though her face was still frozen in a savage snarl, one cover of her mouth pulled back in a smirk. This was going to be very interesting. Lyra knew her way around a fight, and she wasn’t unused to having to deal with more than one wolf at a time. Ryd came at her a second later, approaching at an angle to her left.

Lyra kept her legs under her as she lowered herself almost to the ground, her eyes narrowing as teeth closed around her left leg instead, just below the wrist joint. She hissed as the sharp points of Ryd’s teeth dug into her skin and put pressure on the bones, but as this wasn’t a real fight, Lyra wasn’t too worried about it. Lyra kept her weight distributed on her other three legs, the muscles in her left forelimb stiffening as she kicked it forward roughly, farther into Ryd’s jaws. She’d have a hard time readjusting her bite with Lyra practically trying to shove a foreleg down her throat, if only for an instant. Just to keep her assailant from snapping at the bone she was guarding.

Hopefully, it would keep her occupied long enough for Lyra to turn her attention toward Moon, wanting to stay aware of her movements at the very least, keeping her weight balanced as well as she could with the use of three legs, her body still hovering low over the femur. If the girl was close enough, Lyra would take a snap at her, aiming for whatever she could reach, hoping to keep her at bay more than anything.


Nov 14, 2015 08:55 PM — Post #6

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Moon Kelly
 

Ryd moved in quickly enough, managing a grasp on Lyra’s paw, and Moon took the chance to dodge forward, tunnel vision driving her toward the bone beneath the Keeper. How fitting of a title, she thought fleetingly, considering the moment. Keeper of the femur bone, but for how long was the question. With a cockiness only brought on by her youth, Moon lunged, swinging to the side in a last-minute, instinct-driven decision to topple the wolf off balance, rather than go for the bone itself.

She couldn’t see Ryd from the other side, but the way the older wolf had turned led her to believe that she had some sort of grasp on her friend, and bone or not, Moon’s priorities were Ryd. She wasn’t about to let the girl leave bloodied up. If anyone, it’d be her, and her clear lack of defensive abilities was likely to lead to that, even if she wasn’t willing to admit it to herself.

No, far as Moon was concerned, she and Ryd were champions. Ryd might’ve been looking forward to to this training, but Moon was here for Ryd, not some bone picking game.

She wasn’t aware of any movement Lyra might turn her way, or the fact that if she did manage to topple the wolf some, she’d be doing so in Ryd’s direction. Never the matter. She was going to finish this.


Nov 14, 2015 09:20 PM — Post #7

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Ryd Hal
 

(I’ll react to Lyra toppling if she chooses to have it connect 8D)

As her bite connected with Lyra’s her body aimed to skid her body into a stop. No matter what, she was not aiming to hurt her Keeper. Much. With her hold, her forepaws aimed to kick the bone out from beneath Lyra, but due to her low position, Ryd had to struggle for a good swipe.

In the meantime, the span of a few seconds, Lyra retaliated by thrusting her weight forward into the paw Ryd held, pushing it forward. Ryd wanted to gag, breathing hard through her nose, and struggled to keep her hold. A flash of idea hit her, and she aimed to hold on to the paw being shoved down her throat - while jerking her whole body backwards in a small leap, aiming to drag Lyra forward and off balance. There were involuntary tears in her eyes forming, from how much pressure the paw was giving her. She wouldn’t be able to hold much longer.

Where was Moon?! She could go for the bone!


Nov 14, 2015 09:59 PM — Post #8

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Moon didn’t go straight for her, leaping off to one side of her and lunging forward, just as Ryd clamped down harder on her leg and pulled backward. If Ryd were the only wolf she was facing, she might’ve managed to keep her footing- but Moon swung herself at Lyra’s side in a body check that toppled her rather ungracefully to the ground, where she landed on her side with a dull thud, wincing as the impact jarred her ribs.

Lyra huffed, growling and keeping Moon in her sights- the bone was exposed now, and she could snatch it easily if she could get close enough. Lyra didn’t want to give her an easy shot at it, however, and gathered her hind legs under her to kick out at Moon, assuming the girl got close enough. It didn’t matter where the kicks landed- Lyra only wanted to keep her away from the bone for as long as she could.

Getting pummelled by two youngsters wasn’t the most dignifying of activities, she supposed, but they were doing exactly what they should have been- tackling a larger opponent together, and compliment one another as they fought. At least things were going well for them, she thought wryly, and turned her head to reach for Ryd, snapping her jaws at the girl’s face, aiming to bite down over her muzzle, hoping to persuade her to let go of her leg- if she hadn’t already, of course. In that case, Lyra would merely attempt to twist herself so that she was more or less on her stomach, ready to try and regain her footing.


Nov 15, 2015 06:33 PM — Post #9

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It worked. She wasn’t sure what she was more focused on, the excitement that her last-minute plan had succeeded or the fact that the bone was right in front of her. Never mind where Ryd was. They could end this now. Moon let out something of a cackle as she lunged forward, back to the tunnel-visioned dive for the bone. Two steps and it would be hers.

One… Tw–Oof!

Lyra’s hind leg jammed straight into Moon’s gut, tossing her backward with a pained gasp. She might’ve fallen to the ground from the amount of wind that’d been knocked out of her, but she was too hardheaded for that. No. The bone…was…right…there…

She couldn’t breathe, though, and Lyra was already lifting herself up, so Moon just stood stunned, inhaling as best she could and praying to whatever gods existed that her lungs hadn’t just exploded inside of her.


Nov 16, 2015 06:28 PM — Post #10

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She suddenly got a whole lot more of Lyra than she expected to, as the Keeper’s paw was shoved roughly even further down her throat and her body hit Ryd’s as it went down. She hadn’t been that far away, and had been in mid-move, so ended up being knocked down so that she was actually mostly under Lyra - and choking painfully. She no longer had any hope of a hold at all, coughing roughly as the Keeper snapped at her, leaving shallow teeth marks on the bridge of her muzzle. (I’m not sure how to respond to the either/or move, let me know if it’s okay to assume Ryd tried to react before she got back up!). Frantically Ryd pawed out at her Keeper’s face to try to push her away, her own jaws snapping at her even as her throat burned.

Lyra was able to get back up, and Ryd rolled over and tried to make a mad dash to barrel back into her before she got too comfortable at her perch back over the prize. Warrior leader, indeed—she and Moon could barely keep up with the experienced female!


Nov 18, 2015 10:38 PM — Post #11

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[ The either/or move is just my way to sort of throw out a couple of possibilities that you could respond to. i think it helps make the fight flow better, but if it doesn’t fit with your reply, feel free to ignore it entirely, since it’s situational/hypothetical anyway~! and i think i might’ve been wrong on their positioning- i didn’t think she’d actually fall on Ryd! xD rofl]

Ah, it seemed she’d fallen on Ryd. Well, that was one way to stop the girl from snatching the bone away from her, and Lyra might have chuckled at the awkward, clumsy move that had evidently worked in her favor.

When she kicked out at Moon, she was rewarded with a solid blow to the girl’s abdomen, knocking her backward a bit. Lucky shot. She’d managed to wind the young she-wolf, who did not move to attack her again, which left Lyra time to focus on regaining her footing, and on Ryd. Snapping at her muzzle from this angle was awkward, but she felt her teeth graze the young wolf’s muzzle briefly before a paw was shoved into her face, pushing her jaws away, though Lyra made no attempt to retaliate. She regained her footing easily enough, standing over her prize and once again lowering herself into a defensive position, her head down at the level of her shoulders and her stance squared, but by then Ryd was already up and springing back toward her, throwing her weight forward in a full-body tackle.

Lyra only had time to turn to face the wolf, her eyes intent on the charging youngster, judging where it would be best to strike, and when. As the girl reached her, Lyra turned so that she led with her right shoulder, and sidestepped a bit, feeling Ryd slam into her chest and shoulder rather than glance off of her, as she’d hoped, but at least she had avoided the girl hitting her head on. Now, the two were at an angle to one another- Lyra was pushed back by the momentum of Ryd’s charge, feeling the breath leave her momentarily, though she wasn’t as badly winded as Moon had been. Her claws scraped the pebbly ground beneath her, the muscles in her hind legs bunching as she steadied herself, front limbs splayed wide so she wouldn’t lose her balance. She’d been moved momentarily from her spot standing above the femur, but hopefully not for long. She snapped at a point on the back of Ryd’s neck as the two met, just behind her head, seeking a hold on her nape, an almost gleeful smile on her muzzle. It was clear enough that the Keeper was having fun with this.

If she achieved her aim, Lyra would hope to keep her moving forward, pushing or dragging her as necessary so that she could get Ryd and Moon on the same side of her, perhaps even shoving the smaller she-wolf into her larger, ornery friend in the process, though Lyra wasn’t counting on it.


Nov 23, 2015 10:30 AM — Post #12

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Moon took the time she spent catching her breath to analyze the situation playing out in front of her best she could. Her tackle had sent Lyra toppling somewhat over Ryd, who had something of a mouthful of the Keeper’s paw jammed down her throat from what she could gather. Lyra was quick enough on her feet, though, snapping at Ryd only to face off with the girl’s forward charge. She led with her shoulder, aiming to slam into Ryd’s chest, and by then, Moon had caught her breath. Enough of the show. She wanted back in on the action!

Energy mostly restored—though she could already feel the bruise forming—she charged, aiming to swipe past Ryd and get ahold on Lyra, herself. If the two of them could pin her down, maybe Ryd would have a better chance at snagging the bone. She was smaller, after all. Perhaps that would give her an edge.

With three bounds and a sidestep forward, she lunged past her friend, aiming for whatever flesh she could latch onto in a piranha-style attack, intending to latch on with as little and as much force as it took to dislodge Ryd and give her a chance to try for the prize.

She wasn’t sure if she’d hit her mark or just go flying past it, but the enthusiasm behind that initial push outward was either going to send her tumbling in a ball of a mess or angled in a sharp jaw-opened punch toward the Keeper.

Here’s to risks.


Nov 23, 2015 08:47 PM — Post #13

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(Let me know if I’m misunderstanding anythinngg)

Knocking right into Lyra, Ryd felt a slight recoil as she connected with the Keeper’s chest, as both wolves were knocked slightly back - but Lyra, being taller, and also at an angle, was able to reach down and grasp her by the nape like a rambunctious puppy. Ryd yelped as she felt herself being dragged suddenly, and tried to dig her paws in to make it all that harder for Lyra to maneuver her as she liked.

Meanwhile, her position was close enough to the bone that she could basically sit on it (I think based on the angle they would be at?! let me know!), and as she tried to fight being moved, she also tried to sit her butt down right on it, all while snapping at the air near Lyra’s own paws - specifically at the wrist joint - stretching the skin of her nape as far as it could go. She couldn’t quite reach them, but maybe she could scare Lyra into thinking she might be able to, if the Keeper couldn’t see past the wolf below her.


Nov 27, 2015 12:05 PM — Post #14

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Lyra’s jaws closed over Ryd’s nape. She was able to drag her a bit, but Ryd dug in and fought her, stopping Lyra from moving her very far. She stopped trying to move her- she didn’t want to risk tearing skin, and it wasn’t worth it now that she’d failed to alter Ryd’s trajectory. The girl reached down to snap at Lyra’s paw, and as intended, the Keeper moved her leg away to keep Ryd from grabbing her again, holding her head up to keep Ryd from reaching her.

The she-wolf at down on the bone, meaning that Lyra had lost it momentarily- but she had bigger problems just then. She hadn’t completely lost track of Moon, but in dealing with Ryd, she hadn’t been able to keep a close eye on what the other wolf was doing. She had apparently recovered, and now threw herself at Lyra, teeth-first. Lyra swung away from her, letting go her hold on Ryd, though it did her little good. Moon slammed into her hip teeth-first, and Lyra snarled in response to the pain, her hind end knocked roughly to one side, though she managed to keep from being toppled over again. Lyra had a goal in mind, and rather than retaliate against Moon, she focused on Ryd, aiming a wide-mouthed bite at her hind leg, hoping to give her a good bite on the rump and see if she couldn’t dissuade her from sitting on the femur.

She didn’t know how much longer she’d be able to keep one of them from grabbing it, but damnit, she wasn’t going to make it easy for them.


Nov 29, 2015 07:26 PM — Post #15

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