Tobias joined them, and she felt more confident with a powerful pack member at her side. The dark male certainly was just that, well deserving of his position. She smiled at him and slightly dipped her muzzle in a polite greeting to him rather than verbally saying anything. Then, Sif came to sit beside her mother. Her blue eyes looked down at her pridefully, hoping that Sif would pick up a lot more of Kara’s traits. Sif was already quite similar to Kara as a pup.
There was no harm in Sif staying with her to learn. If she had intentions on being the family heir and leader, there was certainly no harm in it. Kara was ten months old before she was desensitized to the horrors that she fought to escape. Even though she wanted nothing to do with that old life, she firmly believed those experiences were necessary for her to grow as strong as she had become.
She focused back to Siberia after being slightly distracted for a moment. She spoke of the Alliance and it was good to take note, but her interest in them was slim. They were a far away place and sounded amiable. They were no threat, but too far to be helpful in times of crisis. They had a healer and the assistance of the surrounding packs. The only dangers that existed were the struggles of family and the struggles of mere rogues which for them was a laughable manner to a pack of their ferocity and strength.
Her ears twitched as the subject changed to Tiberius targeting females. It was difficult for Kara to care about something that did not affect her or her pack, but after her encounter with Darin… the situation made her paws tremble with anger. Her muzzle began to slightly wrinkle in distaste. It was not directed towards Siberia, but the towards Tiberius. The white brute was already a threat to her. She doubted he would take any of her females that way, but rather slaughter them on sight.
“I imagine if he finds himself this way, he would rather kill us than anything else, assuming he holds a grudge against me,” she admitted. Was a grudge even the right words? Nephilim said she would be safe from him as long as he was around, but Nephilim was not around anymore. She ended up with Bali, leaving the golden male heart broken that she chose another over him. Tiberius was his best friend. Whether he told the white brute or not, she was not sure, but she dreaded her next encounter with him.
“If I ever see him, there will only be one of us left,” she assured Siberia. She had every intention of putting him down and she had the confidence that she was capable. Kara was strong- for a wolf her size, and she had experience on her side. “Thank you for your warning, but your words of him are of no surprise to me. Since he is still out there, I’ll be sure to warn everyone.”
And give the command for any adult to kill him on sight.
Mar 08, 2017 11:26 AM — Post #14
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