Farm of Hideaways

The farms and houses of Shim, a single inn known as the Red Chalice, and an old manor on a hill overlooking it all to the north.
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Kitan
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Re: Farm of Hideaways

Post by Kitan » Thu Jan 09, 2014 3:36 am

Kitan nervously turned his tail straight outwards. The werewolves were growling at each other. Kit didn’t know much about shifters, but it seemed that these two liked to pretend to be full wolves while in wolf form. It scared him in more than a physical way: Kitan couldn’t help but wonder if his own thoughts were to be at all affected by changes to his form. He didn’t want to be a fox! Well he did, but not in his head.

Kitan rummaged through the silverware quickly. After nearly cutting open his finger in his haste, he cautiously picked up a knife. The delusion puts its arms on its side as it watched the werewolves, shaking its head and quivering slightly, as if its hold in his sight was prone to fail. It seemed to regain control and floated lazily into the kitchen.

Kitan was eager to get away from the big bad wolves. Maybe some of his fox instincts were still intact, or maybe it was just that wolves were inherently scary to everyone but his father. Either way, he left for the kitchen to prepare his mouse. He was not prepared for another experience like his training.

Kitan's Story continues here: http://www.tharshaddin.com/rp/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=3453
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Re: Farm of Hideaways

Post by Shade » Sat Jan 11, 2014 1:00 pm

Hearing Kitan patter away in a rather hurried pace made Shade snap out of his growling, turning his head to look at the nervous shifter. He grimaced and dropped his head, sweeping a couple steps towards the boy before pausing and glancing back at the shewolf. He dropped his tail but kept his eyes locked.

'Not a good time for fight.' he tried to tell her with the subtle prick of ears and the slight sideways glance. 'Pup.'

He didn't doubt she'd noticed nor did he doubt this was the end of it but he couldn't help the thought of irritation that pulsed through him. He didn't like being second in charge but at the same time, his human mind understood her reasoning. To her, he wasn't a wolf but more of a pet dog. GIven the other way around he doubted he'd listen to himself either. So, turning his attention back to Kitan and gave him a cheery bark.

'Alls good, alls good. We'll bring you a rabbit!' he barked with a wag of his tail. He winked before turning and prancing out the door, his tail high like a flag while his ears looked like sails. He was going to hunt, and when he brought down a bigger animal then Gia ever could she'd have to respect his authority!

...Dammit the wolf was begining to show again.

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Gia Rilan
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Re: Farm of Hideaways

Post by Gia Rilan » Sun Jan 19, 2014 11:54 pm

Stupid big wolf. If he could be cowed by the fox's big scared eyes then she had no business following him anywhere, on a hunt or around the corner. She did feel a little bad when she heard the fox bolting off, but... if he wanted to be a shifter with any merit to him he was going to have to learn to stand his ground! The wolf snapped at the air lightly before making a chuffing noise to herself. The human side of her didn't get it, didn't get the need to be confident in the self and take no sass from anyone. The human would learn.

The brown wolf bounded away after Shade, content to let him lead the way. She could follow her nose, of course, but she'd let the big wolf soothe his ego a little. He was so... human. So much like a pet, willing to take offense and then back down again for some praise.

Pathetic.

She opened her stride to the ground-eating lope she preferred. She didn't know what Shade's plan was - did he want to hunt something in a pen or actually hunt, really hunt? She was not going to hunt something in a pen. Not only did it bring the farmers down on them, with their dogs and their pitchforks, but it was dull. She sped up so she was running alongside the big wolf and barked an inquiry at him.

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Re: Farm of Hideaways

Post by Shade » Sat Jan 25, 2014 3:17 pm

Shade glanced over at Gia as he turned his body to head towards the shallow woods nearby. He wouldn't hunt Drayel's animals and he doubted he could go farther than a bit past the center of the bush. It wasn't much room but with the collar he was never really sure. There wasn't a warning if he got near his border lines, just a sharp choking that would send his sprawling on face. He grimaced. Wouldn't kill him of course, but probably make him black out.

He hesitated for a moment before slowing his pace, allowing Gia to take the lead with a grimace. He wasn't the best at hunting anymore, the city stench nearly killing his nose. He backed off a bit until his nose lined with her haunch, bowing his head and wagging his tail as he gave two sharp barks as a go ahead.

She'd outrun him in the hunt anyway, may as well give it in early and bow down with some pride.

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