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Silent

Loner

age
1 Year
gender
Female
gems
180
size
Medium
build
Medium
posts
30
player
Wynn
06-27-2022, 11:52 AM
Winter has fallen upon the land, spreading from the cool tips of the continent to the warmest regions. Snow was feared by some, enjoyed by some; for Silent, snow was a joy in her life. As she walked through the cold and icy regions of the North, she could not help but return to where it all started. The woods was where she had encountered Bronze many times over; she definitely hoped Fate would help her again.

By now, she was almost her full height and weight, with some growth required in some small, but important places. Her eyes were brighter, her walk was more steady, and her overall clumsiness was almost gone. She searched with open eagerness for a whiff of his cologne or a flash of blue and gold. Her nose wiggled in delight when she finally caught him and as she approached him, all possible shyness faded as her smile grew and her tail slowly wagged. “Bronze,” she happily greeted, her excitement laced in his name.



Bronze

Loner

Advanced Fighter (105)

Novice Hunter (15)

age
2 Years
gender
Male
gems
547
size
Extra large
build
Heavy
posts
95
player
nyx

The Ooze ParticipantDream WeaverSnake Eyes
06-28-2022, 04:30 PM (This post was last modified: 06-28-2022, 04:30 PM by Bronze. Edited 1 time in total. Edited 1 time in total.)
Bronze was long since accustomed to the harsh weather of the north. He'd been born and raised here, and he had no doubt he'd likely die here too, regardless of where his journeys took him in the interim. Most of his first year or so of life had revolved around simply learning to survive on his own, and now he'd perfected it, though the life of a lone wolf was often monotonous. Though he wasn't necessarily unsatisfied with this sort of existence, occasionally he found himself wondering if there was more to it than simply surviving and self-improvement.

He'd never considered that his relationships with others outside his family might be part of what else the world had in store for him - at least not until very recently. Hearing Silent call out for him from around a tall redwood tree, his somber mood seemed to brighten almost immediately, and he moved to greet her. It didn't take long to close the distance between them, and a barely-noticeable smile graced his features, which had grown substantially less pup-like as he neared his second birthday. His own tail gave a slow, steady wag of acknowledgment at her presence and he offered a slow nod of his head in greeting. "Silent," he started, his voice practically a low rumble at first. "I trust you've been well?" Not that it'd been too long since he'd seen her; it seemed she intended to stay in the north and their paths had practically orbited one another's as of late, something that he certainly wouldn't complain about.