Roleplay Forums | Map

the pariah
evening, cool, breezy

12907
Name Player
Kilorn Vibe
 

He hadn’t spent near as much time as he should have, attempting to fit himself in to the Sanctuary. Despite being previously welcomed, it was as though Kilorn found himself unable to let go of what he felt. The fears, and doubts. He was an outsider. He didn’t belong here, or anywhere, for that matter. He doubted he ever would.

So he had begun to tentatively plan that he would leave tomorrow morning. He didn’t know where he’d go, but he’d figure out. He always did. However, Kilorn had also been determined not to go without leaving behind a token of his appreciation of the welcome he’d been given.

He had spent the better part of a day working on the task, but the once proud hunter had been successful. He’d killed a decent sized deer, a buck, at that, with the intentions of leaving it behind for the Sanctuary. While it wasn’t much in the grand scheme of things, it would feed at least a few mouths, and that left him feeling satisfied.

Catching, and then dragging it back to the Hollow to a place where it would be found had left him rather tired, as well, but in a good sense. He had actually done something productive to help someone aside from himself. However small, he was proud of his accomplishment, and that was a feeling Kilorn wanted to cling to, this evening.


May 06, 2018 07:23 PM

  [ ignore ]
208557
Name Player
Cassian Dingo
 

Just when he thought he’d met everyone new, he was proven wrong. It was a scent he’d smelled before, but forgotten about. Now that he smelled it again, he figured he should take this time to properly acquaint himself to its owner, a male, he guessed. So Cassian, tail a-wag, pranced toward the source.

He yipped twice, always finding that a better option than sneaking up and scaring whoever it was he wanted to talk to. Such tactics worked great on prey, but he didn’t plan on killing or eating this wolf. That would be sick and wolf meat couldn’t taste good anyway.


May 08, 2018 03:46 PM — Post #1

  [ permalink ]   [ ignore ]
208798
Name Player
Kilorn Vibe
 

He had gone far enough with the kill, that was what he told himself when he had stopped for a break. He did not need to take it all the way to a cache. Even if he left it here now, someone would find it sooner or later, with just how populated this pack seemed to be. Kilorn did not need to see his gift be received in order to feel good about offering it.

He’d done what he could, and he was happy with that.

But, it seemed, Kilorn would be granted the pleasure of personally offering up his gift to someone. They had offered up two small yips designed to presumably alert him to their presence, which was considerate, but not necessary or something he’d expected in the midst of pack territory.

Regardless he turned, eyes seeking the stranger that had called out.


May 11, 2018 12:15 PM — Post #2

  [ permalink ]   [ ignore ]
208935
Name Player
Cassian Dingo
 

The guy noticed him. He appeared to be dragging a whole dead deer along, which beckoned the question of where he got it and how. The herd down the hill was pretty large, so possibly from there? There were quite a few weakened ones to pick from.

“Hey, hey. Need some help with that? I’m Cassian.”


May 13, 2018 02:31 AM — Post #3

  [ permalink ]   [ ignore ]
209077
Name Player
Kilorn Vibe
 

He did not have to wait for very long before the other had offered a greeting and introduced himself, and to Kilorn’s surprise, this individual was someone he had actually heard of previously. Cassian, the pack’s healer, from what he had been previously told. And he had offered assistance, something that Kilorn most definitely would not turn away.

”I’d appreciate the help, Cassian, thanks.” He offered in response, taking a breath before preparing himself to start dragging the dead deer again. It’d be easier to drag it further with someone else helping. Get it to a cache, hopefully, where it’d be spotted and promptly consumed. Such things were always better when they were fresh, anyway.

Kilorn wasn’t going to bother with introducing himself though, not unless he was asked directly. It didn’t matter if he was going to end up leaving come morning.


May 13, 2018 09:38 PM — Post #4

  [ permalink ]   [ ignore ]
209337
Name Player
Cassian Dingo
 

Cassian quickly made way to the man and his hooved friend. He didn’t mind offering a paw to help one bit.

“Where are we taking him? Any specific place in mind?”


May 16, 2018 03:37 AM — Post #5

  [ permalink ]   [ ignore ]
209437
Name Player
Kilorn Vibe
 

The man moved quickly toward the deer Kilorn had caught, preparing to help in the task of getting to.. wherever it was going. Which was exactly what Cassian had just asked him. Kilorn blinked once, stopping just short of going to grip the deer again.

Blinking once, he shrugged. “Um. The main cache I guess? Where it’ll be noticed.” Yeah. Very eloquently spoken there. It was obvious that he really didn’t know what he was talking about.


May 16, 2018 07:38 PM — Post #6

  [ permalink ]   [ ignore ]
209479
Name Player
Cassian Dingo
 

He assumed the man meant the Hollow, because that’s where food was normally stored. It was a great place to put it. However, the uphill trek was sort of annoying.

“Right then, let’s get going. Oh, one last thing. You never gave me your name. I feel bad—I should know this stuff, but stuff has been hectic since I got back.”


May 17, 2018 02:54 AM — Post #7

  [ permalink ]   [ ignore ]
209581
Name Player
Kilorn Vibe
 

As guilty as Kilorn felt about it, he found himself beginning to grow a bit annoyed with this guy, Cassian. He had agreed to help, but not before asking for a name in response. He claimed that he should’ve known, but things had been hectic since he’d gotten back.

Which meant he’d been gone somewhere. But Kilorn couldn’t have noticed that. He hadn’t been around, either. He was just a guest.

“That’s alright. I’m just a guest here, nothin’ special.” He spoke with an indifferent shrug. And tomorrow he wouldn’t be here anymore. Leaning down, Kilorn once more moved to begin dragging the creature again, seeking the gaze of the other man just to affirm he was ready to go.


May 17, 2018 08:05 PM — Post #8

  [ permalink ]   [ ignore ]
209611
Name Player
Cassian Dingo
 

The dude smelled like a Sanctuary member. He’d been around a while, no doubt, but he was being suspicious. Cassian had given his name, so why wouldn’t he reciprocate? Cassian tried not to show his suspicions or his confusion, but it was a little difficult.

“You don’t smell like a guest.. But, if you say so.”

He reached for the deer. to tug along.


May 18, 2018 02:45 AM — Post #9

  [ permalink ]   [ ignore ]
209741
Name Player
Kilorn Vibe
 

Cassian didn’t seem to believe him, stating that Kilorn did not smell like a ‘guest’. The doubt in his words was evident, but it was the truth. He was a guest that had been too shy to introduce himself to anyone during the day and only slunk in during the night hours. He’d by far overstayed his welcome. So it was time to leave. Though, he could perhaps see where the doubt might be coming from. Kilorn supposed he could explain once they’d gotten the deer to a better spot.

Which was a much easier task now that he’d gotten some help. It did not take long at all to get the deer further, into the hollow and to a place that it’d likely be much easier to find, now. Kilorn felt a little better about that, and knowing that someone at least, was aware of it.

”Just a guest,” he repeated a little breathlessly. ”Who’s been lingering for too long. Hence the gift.”


May 19, 2018 05:56 AM — Post #10

  [ permalink ]   [ ignore ]
Showing page 1 of 1.
 
Please log in or register to reply to this thread.