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Moon Kelly
 

Moon had been wandering around the Hills like a lost pup since she’d lost track of Ryd. At first, she’d been sad or something, but eventually the emotion shifted into bitterness and then anger that her friend hadn’t sought her out. And now? Now she didn’t give two fucks about anything again. She spent most of her days kicking up the dirt, chasing after the stray rabbit, and repeat. It was not the excitement she’d known upon entering the valley, but it sure as hell was better than living within distance of a pack. She was her own wolf, whoever that was.

She wasn’t attached at the hip with anyone. She had given up caring about all of the lost memories, all of the strange moments of nostalgia that popped up now and again. It was her against the world. Somehow she’d managed to keep breathing, so she was winning far as she saw things.

But.

Every fucking day was the same. Every day this or that, or that or this, and she was going out of her mind… And a Moon out of her mind did not make for a happy, smiley wolf. The only way she knew to shove down some of the frustration was to just run. So that’s what she was doing. Running. No destination, no plans. She was going to run until she passed out, and then she’d wake up and do it again.

Yeah, life was going swell.


Mar 12, 2016 10:52 PM

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Annwyl Lynwall Lupa
 

Annwyl had walked into a strange valley. She had travelled through the most vacant desert she had ever seen, only a few signs of any life around. No wolves, no water as far as she could see and no other signs of life whatsoever. It was boring, there was nothing to do and right now she was walking through a bare grassy plain. As Annwyl walked she kicked the ground, flicking bits of dirt up each time she moved her foot.

She spotted a lean canine over in the distance and huffed. Why now? Why did she have to see another wolf right now when she was clearly not in the right mood for this. Still, Annwyl approached the wolf, but she never came right over. No, instead she stood to the side of the wolf almost silently. She didn’t fancy speaking to another wolf and unless she was addressed she wouldn’t speak. Instead, Annwyl occupied herself with kicking around dirt and various other boring things.


Mar 13, 2016 04:43 AM — Post #1

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Moon Kelly
 

Moon had paused for a lapse of time, catching her breath in heavy gasps. She was running to exhaust herself, not kill herself. Not yet, anyway. It was in this brief pause that the wolf approaching her at the side caught her peripheries, all senses kicking in at once, scent, sound, everything that had been muted to her frustrations.

Who the fuck?

She swung in a wide angle, skidding to a halt in an aggressive posture that screamed for the girl to rightly fuck off. Just in case that didn’t do the trick, though, she let out a snarl as her fur ruffled at the nape. “The hell?” she spat, still taking in heaving breaths. “Do I look like a fucking rest stop?”


Mar 13, 2016 09:58 PM — Post #2

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Annwyl Lynwall Lupa
 

As Annwyl stood there, being bored, the other wolf ran over to her with a very aggressive posture and snarling. Then she yelled at Annwyl and the entire time she was doing this, Annwyl stood looking at her with a blank face and a calm posture. She didn’t even flinch.

’‘No, to me you look like an angry young wolf that has nothing better to do than yell at me.’‘ She said to her with a calm voice. She wasn’t afraid, but she wasn’t mocking the wolf, she just didn’t care. Why should she have been afraid, what had this wolf done that was so amazing that Annwyl should have started being petrified? Nothing. She had just run up to her with an aggressive posture and spoke to her in an aggressive tone - nothing special there.


Mar 14, 2016 01:56 AM — Post #3

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Jote Erin
 

Jote was still drying off from the plunge she involuntarily took at the pond a ways off. She could still see the mocking look on Comet’s face in her mind and it made her scrunch her nose. At least she kind of had the last laugh after he dumped himself into the pond right after her without thinking at all. Boys, she thought to herself. They always had to prove their manliness, or lackthereof.

After the hunt with Comet, Torin, and Willa, they all came to the mutual decision to part ways for the time being. Jote wanted to explore more of this gigantic area and she was going to do just that. Ain’t nobody gon’ stop her. So she pranced about in a way that forced her body against the wind in random bursts to hopefully get completely dry faster. The dampness was weighing her down some and after eating she felt the energy replenish in her limbs. She wanted to run again.

Along the way she heard some babbling in the distance, some of which sounded angry? Maybe she was just too far away to hear it properly, but she did at least see two wolves up ahead as she crested a hill. The peppered wolf didn’t stop, but instead pressed forward towards the two strangers with ears pricked and tail whipping behind her anxiously. The closer she got, the easier she was able to see what was going on. Except she still had no idea what was going on, or why they were so angry with each other. Did they know each other and have a fight? Girls, she thought to herself. Such moody drama queens sometimes.

Jote closed in and instantly piped up, not really thinking that maybe it was a bad idea since she had no clue what was happening. She had a tendency to not think before she spoke, so come what may.

“Don’t you guys have anything better to do than yell?” Her tone was neutral, but there was still an inquisitive lilt to it. She totally understood sassing others, but actual arguing she had no time for. She did, however, have time to make an attempt at calming down parties and making peace. Everyone love everyone.


Mar 14, 2016 10:24 PM — Post #4

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Moon Kelly
 

“Nothing better to do?” she all but snarled, raising a brow at the girl as she flashed her teeth. “You’re the one who bloody walked up without saying a fuc—” Her words were cut short by the sound of a second voice, and man… That just had her head whirling in all sorts of uncomfortable circles.

Did these two know each other? Were they playing some sort of bloody game, here? Much like she’d done with the first, she spun so that the two strangers were well within her sights, narrowing eyes at the newcomer.

“So what if we don’t?”

The words were sharp, angry, and even to Moon it was becoming quickly clear that not all of the rage was coming from the place right in front of them. The empty, pissed off pit at the base of her stomach had been there for a long time now… She just hadn’t had the pleasure of company so dull to unleash it on.

“Who’s asking, anyway?” she spat, sizing up the wolf like she was chump meat before turning back to the first with a similar glare. She wasn’t out here to make friends. She didn’t need friends or packs or anyone but herself.

No.

All Moon needed was to be left the hell alone. Even if the little voice at the back of her head was advising the opposite, grinding away at her patience every empty day she’d spent alone since Ryd. This was how things were. Fuck the voice. Fuck Ryd.


Mar 14, 2016 10:37 PM — Post #5

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Annwyl Lynwall Lupa
 

The wolf started yelling at Annwyl again, but this time, she was cut short by the words of another wolf. The three-legged female turned her head slowly to see a smokey grey wolf. Silvers, greys, blacks and whites seemed to make up the colour of her hide, nothing that Annwyl had never seen before. She didn’t really care for a wolf’s colouration anyway, they only really helped to identify the wolf in a group, but only sometimes since wolves often look too similar.

After she spoke, the aggressive female did too. Annwyl looked at her with a raised brow. What was this wolf’s problem? Finally, she shut her mouth and Annwyl huffed, this was ridiculous. Had this wolf just got away with anything when they were younger? Or where they still young?
’‘What the fuck is your problem, miss? Why are you so angry?’‘ She said to the wolf with a completely flat expression on her face. Her voice was not aggressive, but it was not kind either, it was just neutral; slightly annoyed if anything. She found all this ridiculous. Well, she would, wouldn’t she? Annwyl didn’t understand emotions at all, if this wolf was mourning she’d just see that as a weakness.


Mar 15, 2016 12:58 PM — Post #6

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Mac Murphy CZ
 

Everyone love everyone.

Jote, everyone, meet Mac.

“All of you GET OFF OF MY LAWN,” he snarled at the growing number of dogs that couldn’t shut up, lumbering to his feet out of his shallow dirt hole he’d dug for a cool spot to nap in.

Mac hate everyone.


Mar 17, 2016 12:11 PM — Post #7

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Evelyn Evenfall Sapphire
 

There were quite a few things that caused this girl to be anxious, and yelling was one of them. But she’d followed Mac’s scent here, and her need to get to Mac was stronger than her fear. Sort of. Well, not really. She just really wanted to be helpful.

She had her body pressed against the ground, crawling along the grassy terrain, not wanting to been seen just yet. However she did keep her head up a bit to avoid dragging the dead snake and small rabbit across the grass, which meant her whole ‘not being spotted’ thing sort of didn’t work.

Evelyn waited until Mac had finished yelling before popping up from the ground. “Hi hi!” Her greeting was muffled due to the prey in her mouth, but she put it as the male’s paws so she could speak. “I brought you food!” She said joyfully, her tail a blur. Then she tilted her head. “Oh, hi to you too!” The girl said to the other wolves. “Could you please keep it down, there isn’t a need to yell.”


Mar 17, 2016 04:14 PM — Post #8

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Jote Erin
 

So, basically, things seemed to escalate real fast. So fast that Jote could hardly register what all was happening in time. First, she heard the tiny angry one ask who she was, to which Jote replied curtly, “I’m Jote. Who are you?”

Then, her ears rotated subtly as the white female asked the other what her problem was. To that, Jote kind of shook her head and sighed while glancing down at her feet as she tried to think while the situation simply…sizzled. Or, more accurately, exploded, because before long another strange head popped up from a hole nearby and yelled a them to get off his lawn. The sudden extra voice caused Jote to jump a little bit in shock, but instantly she whipped her head to look at whomever it was and glared at him.

“Well excuse us, good sir. But I don’t believe I’ve seen a sign anywhere around here marking your lawn. Now is NOT the time to be yelling at three angry females,” she warned, nearly with her own snarling tone. Then, all of a sudden, a flipping fourth wolf showed up out of nowhere carrying some food. This one seemed nicer, though, and actually greeted everyone kindly. To her, Jote gave a friendly smile. “Oh, hello!” It was nice to see someone amongst the rest with high spirits.


Mar 19, 2016 04:35 PM — Post #9

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Moon Kelly
 

What the fuck was her problem? Moon snapped a pointed glare the white girl’s way, seeing no rationality beyond the angry feeling boiling in her gut. She was angry because… Because…

Another voice drew her away from her thoughts and the blank glare that had settled on Annwyl.

Moon instantly ruffled at his words, gray eyes snapping to her newest target of frustration. This wasn’t his lawn, and if it was, he hadn’t done a very good job making that clear. “The hell it is!” she shouted back with a loud growl, noting the female who met up with the wolf like some bloody puppet. She didn’t have a voice in this, and Moon regarded her request with an incredulous glare.

Oh, and there was the other wolf, too, Jote she’d said, but Moon had gotten distracted with the arrival of the other two irritants. The wolf piped back up with some choice words toward the male, and Moon decided she could deal with this one. Until she greeted the new female. To hell with them all.

“Fuck the good sirs and hellos. You want to claim this lawn? Come and bloody claim it over my corpse or buzz off.” Yeah. That’d show him, them, the insects buzzing about. Yeah.


Mar 23, 2016 09:13 PM — Post #10

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Annwyl Lynwall Lupa
 

Annwyl turned her head to the wolf that had called for them to all get off his lawn. She looked at him with an expressionless face, not actually giving two shits about what he thought about this area. It was unclaimed, so he could buzz off, she wasn’t going to move, but she also wasn’t planning on talking to anyone.

Another wolf came running in, acting like a mere shadow of the other wolf that had yelled at them before. She rolled her eyes slightly at that. Had he really bribed another wolf into working with him? Wow. She huffed as the grey wolf, Jote, she thought she was called, began to speak. She greeted the other wolf with kind words, but soon the angry female started yelling again, being rather aggressive once more.

This was all a waste of her time, why was Annwyl even still here right now? She could be doing something so much more important than sitting here, breathing. That was all she was doing right now, but she couldn’t exactly just get up and leave. However, she also couldn’t just open her mouth, it wasn’t her style.


Mar 24, 2016 06:58 PM — Post #11

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Mac Murphy CZ
 

The glower drifted to Evelyn. Food. He snorted, acknowledging it. She’d actually done something. Well. That was a thing. Wasn’t a lot of time for nice happy candlelight dinners with the cute corrupted couple, though, because despite some of the wishing going on, there was still a lot of tempers and yelling.

Growling in the pit of his throat all the way to the pit of his stomach, Mac considered Moon’s challenge. He already had a whole fucking pack to kill, was it worth killing these shitbrains too. His hackles lifted a little.

“My name is Mac Murphy,” he slung back at Jote, “And all I want is to be left the hell alone. Not my fault y’all are stupid enough to hold your yelling match where someone’s sleeping. I got some advice for you, though,” he went on, pointing his muzzle to Moon. “You want to be a corpse, you find those shits in glen west o’here. Pack really will kill ya, without saying anything first either.”


Mar 28, 2016 02:43 PM — Post #12

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Evelyn Evenfall Sapphire
 

Now she may have one bad eye, but that didn’t mean that as she eyed the other wolves she missed the eye roll that was executed upon her entrance. Oh. Did that pretty white-ish wolf have a problem with her? She might’ve been offended, but then she noticed something. The pale girl was missing a leg! Yet she was still pretty? This was sorcery in Evelyn’s eyes.

“How comes your still a pretty wolf?” She blurted out in Annwyl’s direction. “I have a weird eye and I’m ugly, and you’re missing a whole leg and you’re pretty! How?” Evelyn pouted.

Her attention was soon directed back at the whole situation. They were still arguing. Evelyn frowned and huffed, ears flattening. “Why don’t you buzz off?” She shot in Moon’s direction. “There isn’t a need for such a fuss. Please, quit riling everyone else up! Mac’s right. Why don’t you go on over to the glen? I’m sure those buggers over there will appreciate your yelling.” And breathe.

Evelyn now turned over to Jote. “Jote, I like that name.” She said. And finally she fell silent.


Mar 30, 2016 03:30 PM — Post #13

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Moon Kelly
 

Mac Murphy.

Moon snorted at the name as he said it. It sounded like something she’d name some toy thing, but boy was he on a rant. He wanted to be left alone? She’d been here first. If he wanted to be left alone, he could fucking leave, but clearly he had other ideas.

“Fuck packs,” she snapped back at his offer.

The other wolf near him was going on about the dumb wolf who’d started this whole thing, and frankly, Moon had to wonder if she had the mind of a toddler. Who spoke like that? Clearly someone stupid enough to do the irritating male’s biddings, she supposed. When she turned to address Moon, though, Moon’s eyes narrowed.

“I was here first. Like I said. Over. My. Bloody. Corpse. You have the whole fucking hilly range to frolic about in. So why don’t you buzz off. Go run some chores for your slave driver or something.”

Moon exhaled, fur bristled to its fullest. Goddamnit. These guys were just as bad as the Cadre.


Mar 31, 2016 09:38 PM — Post #14

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Jote Erin
 

Jote soon found that she was in way over her head in trying to help calm the situation. Clearly that wasn’t going to happen at this point.

The girl just stood there snapping her head back and forth amidst all the anger floating about and rolled her eyes. The cranky fellow called himself Mac Murphy and Jote just kind of stared at him. How old was he, exactly? Well good news was he seemed to be fairly over the hill, so hopefully there wouldn’t be any fights breaking out. At least not involving him. It seemed the little spitfire she originally came to simmer down was ready to brawl with just about anybody, and Jote wouldn’t stop her. She didn’t know the gal, after all.

And the other two, well, one of them seemed like she couldn’t care any less about what was going on and the other - the one with Mac - cranked out some fury but quickly fell silent when she was done. Jote wasn’t sure if she’d see any fighting coming from either of them, but she could always be surprised. Jote sure as hell wasn’t going to take anybody on. Secretly, she wanted to see how the spitfire and the old man would duke it out.

She didn’t say anything, but her curiosity was piqued when Mac mentioned a pack in the forest west of here and her head turned in that direction to see where he was talking about. Maybe she’d pay them a visit and see how terrible they really were.

As she was gazing off into the distance she heard her name being said and rotated an ear in the direction of the girl with the old man. When her attention fell back to her, she cocked her head to the side before smiling. “Thanks! What’s your name?” She asked, stealing glances at both the little feisty one and Mac before returning back to her. “You can come over here if you want. I think this fight seems to pretty much be between the two of them, anyway. No point in getting between ‘em.” She shrugged.


Mar 31, 2016 10:17 PM — Post #15

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