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Re: Ties That Bind
« Reply #15 on: April 18, 2019, 02:31:20 PM »
Wrage gave a playful yip as Flick nipped at his throat, he was just about to pounce on Flick when his wife nudged him. Wrage turned around on a dime a wolfish grin on his face as she took off like a lightning bolt into the forest. He gave into his wife as he had not seen her in a playful mood in ages, looking back at Flick with mischievous eyes before speaking to Flick.

"Seems my wife wants to play chase," his tone playful. Flopping his tounge out of his mouth.

"You can leave Pinkey with me if you wish. And no I will not be eating a guest." Keynigh did not have that type of interest in the rat.

Keynigh would not be playing with them for the time being, he needed to consult with Akasha, should accept vampires into the clan? It was a strange thought to be having and it was something that needed to be thought through,  for now, Flick would stay as a guest. Would he become a Dark Wolf? Well that remained to be the question at the moment. Once Flick made his decision on where to leave Pinkey Wrage would take off with Flick and try to find his wife, who was miles ahead by now.

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Re: Ties That Bind
« Reply #16 on: April 20, 2019, 10:22:28 AM »
Flick loved to play chasey! He understood being tagged, and thought it the best choice of game indeed. He could explore these great woods as they ran. He let Pinky crawl down him and whispered in rat that he should stay with Keynigh, nodding thankfully at the leader of the Dark Wolves. He was still worried that Pinky would get eaten though, not by his baby sitter, but some other forest denizen. Flick commanded Pinky to crawl on the wolf's back, and then turned to Wrage.

"Well let's not keep her waiting!"

He darted off, leaving the other in the dust in much the same way Ex had to both of them. Flick had many gifts but speed was not one of them. He was fairly fast, just as a wolf, but he had to rely on his stamina to stay close. Flick was resilient and never tired, and even though the Dark Wolves had obvious power they still needed air. Flick had no such concerns and closed the distance as Ex began to tire. He enjoyed the trees he passed by, the animals he saw, and the feel of the earth beneath his paws.
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Re: Ties That Bind
« Reply #17 on: April 22, 2019, 04:19:48 AM »
Extasis darted and wove effortlessly through the trees like a dance.  She slowed her pace, ears perking up to listen, nostrils flaring to take in the scents around her.  Her sides moved as she took in air, panting slightly, though she was far from out of breath.  The initial sprint was for show--the wolf knew how to pace herself.   The two were still far enough off, but she could feel them coming. 

She went to make a wide circle around and back, picking up speed again, to come up from behind them.  Ex grinned with her teeth, keeping low to the ground as she moved. 

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Re: Ties That Bind
« Reply #18 on: May 01, 2019, 10:52:02 AM »
Keynigh had a large grin on his face as the two took off after his daughter, he had hope in his heart for the first time in years. With Pinkey safely secured to his back, he took off in a gentle trot, heading towards the heart of the woodlands. He would leave the three to play, for the time being, Wrage and his daughter knew where to find him.

Wrage had his nose high in the air following his wife's scent, her paw prints barely visible as she flew across the forest floor. Then her scent stopped and Wrage had a grin on his face. So you want to pull the old come up behind trick? Continuing forwards so not give away his plan, getting close to Flick and whispering in his ear.

"Keep running then find a place to hide. She is trying to come up from behind." Taking off in extreme speed again.

Wrage then jumped in a nearby bush and crouched low to the ground, shaking with excitement. He waited for Flick to position himself before turning his attention to the trail. He hoped his wife would fall for the trap but she was a seasoned hunter, he was betting on his wife's excitement overtaking her hunting senses. After all they were playing a game rather than hunting, something rare these days.

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Re: Ties That Bind
« Reply #19 on: May 02, 2019, 01:35:13 PM »
Flick could sense the beast in Ex, his vampire powers alerting him to her. He appreciated the tip from Wrage, and nodded quietly at the instruction. He had another idea how to spook the seasoned hunter. This would be a trick that was rare to see indeed. He stood in the open where she'd be approaching, and seemed to almost sink into the earth. There was no digging, but in fact, a form of shape shifting. His white fur became the soil of the earth, and then Flick was gone, melded into the forest floor. He'd have no odor underground, but his natural one lingered in the air. Once Ex passed by looking for him he'd transform back and pounce on her! This was a fun game indeed!

*Flick used Earth Meld from Protean Discipline.
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Re: Ties That Bind
« Reply #20 on: May 03, 2019, 03:29:52 AM »
Extasis made her wide circle silently and came to a stop, smelling the air.  Wrage was there, downwind of her now; and the faintest trace of Flick too.  Picking up speed again, Ex bounded straight for the pair.  Her mate was easy enough to sniff out, even though he was hiding.  Fick's trail stopped inexplicably in the middle of a clearing, and she bounded right over it (not knowing Flick had hidden in plain sight) with paws scarcely touching the ground directly toward where Wrage was hiding.  She would pounce and tackle him to the ground!

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Re: Ties That Bind
« Reply #21 on: May 04, 2019, 04:04:39 AM »
Once Ex was clearly on the other side of him, Flick slowly began freeing himself from the earth. Since he was trying to transform quietly it would take longer, and he hoped that Ex would be too busy looking for Wrage to turn her head back. If she didn’t notice he’d pounce on her the moment he was fully formed. If she did notice, it gave Wrage the opportunity to pounce. Either way the game was exciting!
Be a sadist. Now matter how sweet and innocent your leading characters, make awful things happen to them — in order that the reader may see what they are made of.
- Kurt Vonnegut Jr.


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