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PostSubject: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Sat Feb 15, 2014 7:53 pm

Late evening graced the lands with faint shadows that cast disfigured shadows over the tree-tops, the last of the sun waning to give way to the early moon. Roycee padded through the sparse forest, his paws touching wet, dense ground every moment. He was wandering around, completely unaware of what lied ahead for him or what he would run into. The thought of him possibly meeting a dangerous predator scent the adrenaline flourishing through his veins, the metallic blood stained on his pearled white teeth as he ripped the body apart like a hunk of meat.


Being lost in his own world Roycee hadn't noticed he stepped over the border of a packs territory. Once it hit him he snapped out of all distractions focusing on what had happened. Lifting his muzzle an inch or two in the air he smelled around: He was correct. The smell of a pack was strong, enough to send a hare running the opposite direction. 'Well then....' Moving forward he went a few feet further before coming to a halt. Blue eyes scanning the surrounding area like wild fire, his stance strong and tall he threw his head back exposing a long and fierce howl calling who ever was around to his current position. Letting it die down his ears faced forward, lowering his head to its normal stance he growled setting himself down to wait for someone to answer his call.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Sun Feb 16, 2014 12:41 am

There once was a story that explained life and death. A story that was told to pups by their elders. It was a simple, short story that usually scared pups, but never Karou. She was fascinated; The story started with Life, a beautiful human with long, flowing, snowy hair and bright blue eyes; her whole appearance brought joy and happiness to the world. Then, there was her companion, Death. He was the exact opposite of Life; he had long, dark locks with sickly looking skin and the darkest eyes. Everyone was afraid of death, every living creature. Life was surprised by this. How can anyone be afraid of her own brother? They were alike! Weren't they? she wondered. Standing beside her brother, Life looked up at him with her loving, soft eyes. "Answer me this, brother. Why am I loved and you are not?" Death, so different from his sister, glared over at her with his coal colored eyes; he hated her. Watching as a blue butterfly landed on her shoulder, Death blinked slowly before he reached over to grab the butterfly; his sister was now curious.

She was so oblivious. The butterfly went still in his hand, though it's paper like wings flicked every now and then; staring at the bug, Death slowly blew on the butterfly, and in seconds, it was dead. Life gasped, a horrified look upon her face. Never had to witnessed her brother at work, and she never planned to. She gave things life. "You are nothing but a beautiful lie, and I am the ugly truth. That tis why I am hated, and you are loved." Death whispered to his sister before he dropped the dead bug and left, leaving his sister to sob over the loss of her creation. Letting out a silent scream, Life realized that she was wrong all along; death and life would never be alike, and that's the way it was always going to be.

That story always saddened Karou. Especially when she realized her mother had picked out her name from that. Karou meant hope. But she was anything but "hope". She never brought any sort of emotion to others such as that. She was just a wolf who hunted in pack territories and left before patrols could catch her. She was always on the move and never stopped to have a conversation. Somehow she knew today would be different. Slipping around a large tree, Karou had her ears perked high and her black nose wiggling as she followed behind a scent. It was a male's, obviously, and she just, well, found herself following after him. She meant no harm, she was just curious. She had figured he was a loner; stopping to stand still, Karou eyed the path ahead. It was a pack territory, she knew this much. Contemplating whether to continue or turn around, Karou had nearly missed the long song which had to belong to the male she followed. She knew the howl very well, for she heard many like those on her journeys. Moving forward just to see if she could see the loner, Karou slowly moved into the border, tucking her tail just in case some brute or fem popped out of no where. She was in no mood for some fight.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Mon Feb 17, 2014 11:51 am

His body torn by the fangs of bloodthirsty brutes whom had turned to cannibalism, starved from the lack of prey within their territory they gave up searching... They took it out on his own pack. They had taken everything from him that night. Absolutely everything that was dear to him, he lost. His brothers, slaughtered, parents, missing and assumed dead, his mate and unborn children, already being digested before he even knew they were ripped from the den. As for the rest of the pack they had also been wiped out except for a small splinter group who were just as torn up as he had been from fighting off the enemy, they wouldn't have lasted long though; he knew that much, they had caved finally... Paradox had nothing left officially and there was no point of staying any longer even if it were his place of birth and home to his pack for generations.

How long had it been? A year now perhaps, yes, that sounded just right, a year it had been since he was but a sorry piece of fur all mangled up looking for a home among the packs here. He had accepted the fact that he needed companionship and belonged in the pack life, sure being a roving male had its perks that were very enjoyable, but a life of solitude was no life for him. After being torn up by a jealous and enraged male for trying his luck with the male's mate, he had left and sought out a pack; the last incident had finally knocked some sense into him. Paradox was unsure of what they would do to an injured wolf who had strayed to their borders, if a perfectly healthy wolf attacked him one good strike to the neck was all it would take. Though he was worrying for no reason, the wolves here were pleasant and eager to take him in and get the stranger patched up. They didn't care that he had wandered onto their land uninvited and were honestly some of the nicest wolves he had met. Too nice. Paradox healed up nicely and was in good health by the next moon, and by then he had already devised a plan; he was going to take over the pack. It would be easy he figured, but he would take his time. Warm them up some more.

Within a year he had them all under his paw.

Now, everything the snow touched, was his, sure most wolves left his pack after he took charge but that was fine. He needed stronger, more able wolves anyways. Paradox was at the top of his game and wasn't coming down anytime soon. The dark furred brute slowly made his way through the snow which only came up a few inches past his large paws, it wasn't very deep but he was expecting more to fall some time soon. This winter had been unpredictable at first but he had found a pattern and it told him that it would be snowing by the time three suns had set. His leathery nose twitched furiously, cranium tilted towards the sky slightly as he took in the scents carried by the wind as it blew his way, yes just as he had thought, there were other wolves out there on his borders. A pair? His assumption could be wrong but that was what it smelled like to him. A brute and a fae arriving at the same time, more than likely his guess was right though he had been wrong before. Soon, his ears perked straight up at the sound of a howl, clearly masculine. He already knew of their arrival but this was a good show for him. At least they had the decency to not cross over into his territory and ask for permission... Paradox, standing strong, threw his head back and unleashed a deep, rumbling howl of his own, powerful yet he kept it short, but he made sure that this wolf knew that he was aware of his presence.

Paradox moved in swift strides towards the other's scents, paws just barely grazing the ground it seemed as he headed for the borders to greet the new comers and see what they wanted. Now, he was not completely letting his guard down, no, that would be foolish, there was always the chance of ambush or if they were looking for trouble. Maybe they thought that they could do the same as he had and take over the pack. In that case, they'd be the foolish ones... Paradox growled to himself, gaze narrowing as he slowed down to a soft trot once the male approached a hill that he knew overlooked the borders, it was high up and he could easily see if they had any others with them laying in wait. As he climbed to his perch he settled down on his haunches creating a large indent in the snow, cold golden gaze sweeping over the land till he spotted the first wolf; this had to be the male. There was not another in sight though... It was as if the she-wolf had just disappeared except for her scent that still clung to the air. Another growl escaped him before he barked out,"State your business here or move along." He said in a loud rumbling voice, keeping his eyes right on the other male as he gave him a good look over, ears swiveling.




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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Mon Feb 17, 2014 5:46 pm

Waiting patiently for a respond to break through the cold, bitter air the brute could smell the presence of a female not to far away. He was well aware of her though since she seemed to have been following him from some time now. Stalker much..... He smirked slightly at his remark. Even if he was, what you would say - hard core - that didn't mean he didn't like a laugh every once in a while. Ears swiveling side to side while pushed forward alert Roycee could finally hear the sound from the one he had previously called out to. The Alpha. The call was masculine letting himself know that the alpha was indeed a male.

There was something else he picked up in the howl though: it had, had a powerful way to it that sent the strand of fur's covering his body to stand a bit. Roycee greatly disliked this causing him to let a growl escape through his black lips. He wouldn't have necessarily been effected by it but the howl itself was a bit dominate to his liking. Not another minute going by he could finally see the alpha himself. The brute stood on what looked like a hill, watching over him and the rest of the area they were in. Ears perked as he spoke the male could feel a scoff urging to be let out but he managed to keep it concealed.

"I have come in terms of joining your one wolf pack. I'm unsure though if the female stalking me has the same occasion" He finished with a inscrutable expression, his eyes looking at the male as if in a stare. Turning his head he looked back in the direction of the she-wolf who he couldn't see but still very well smell. "Come on out sweetheart.....we don't bite" Roycee said a bit teasing.

He was a bit sarcastic at times which led him to some trouble, so he wasn't afraid if the words he spoke effected either one of them. Facing towards the alpha once again he heaved himself upwards to stand on all fours. Once he was he gave a rough shake of his coat before his orbs caught the alpha yet again waiting for him to make the simple task of introducing himself before Roycee gave his name up as well.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:02 pm

Having stopped at another howl, this being, clearly, the alphas, Karou scolded herself. She should have known not to follow, hell, she should have kept going on her own way, but no. She had to be curious and investigate. Standing behind a large tree Karou attempted to listen in on the two males conversation before she realized there was no point in hiding;they could smell her. Keeping her tail tucked her cautiously peered over at the two from behind "her" tree, allowing her ears to flatten. Coming out from her, attempted, hiding area, Karou lowered herself slightly, trying to seem low ranked, hopefully so she wasn't attacked; being submissive was never easy for her. It was confusing and angering. She hated being the weak one, but she knew this was all on her. She followed the darkly colored brute and this was what she gets.

"-I'm unsure though if the female stalking me has the same occasion.." Trying to keep her ears flattened, Karou caught his words; staring at the male with her brown orbs, she scoffed softly "Oh, don't flatter yourself!" She barked softly; never would she, ever, raise her tone to someone. That just wasn't Karou. She attempted to ignore his other words though she couldn't help but eye him before she slowly glanced up at where the pack's alpha stood. Once she took him all in, in seconds her averted her eyes, hoping she looked submissive enough to please his alpha-like natures. Again, she was in no mood for a brawl. "I'm terribly sorry for disturbing you." She started, attempting to figure out exactly how she'd get out of this mess. Indeed, she did want another family, a place to call home, though her old habits in which she ran from opportunities such as this seemed to be urging her away. How can I dismiss an opportunity such as this? "I wish to serve this pack." There. The words slipped out of her maw, leaving behind a bitter, sour taste which she ignored. This was the, hopefully, start of something new and lovely.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Tue Feb 18, 2014 1:44 pm

Alright so they weren't a traveling pair, hmm... Well, he'd admit that he was wrong with his assumption though now was no time to pay attention to that silly nonsense; he had two individuals on his border that he had to deal with separately. He could worry about little details later. Paradox needed to find out the details about why they thought they belonged in his pack; what could they bring to the table. Things like that he desired to know for he would not have a weakling in his pack nor a wolf who couldn't pull their weight like the others. There was no room here for that, other packs may take on those kind, but he wasn't. The large brute could feel his hackles raising on instinct as if to make himself look even larger than he already was, like he really needed to, but it just happened. He wanted to intimidate these wolves, he wanted them to think twice just in case they had other plans besides 'joining' his pack. Paradox did have quite the bark on him, but he could easily back it up. The male had been forced into training at a young age and as he grew he kept up with it, he kept pushing his limits and it sure did pay off. 

Staring down the end of his black muzzle towards the male, his brow furrowed slightly as he kept his honey hued orbs on the other brute still looking him over closely before he held his gaze till the other turned to toss a comment behind him. It appeared that he was talking to the she-wolf that was hidden somewhere out where Paradox was unable to detect her right away, it was but a moment later that the fae decided to show herself, her fur nearly blending in with the show around them as she stepped out from her little hiding spot. Gaze shooting to her, he noted that she held herself differently than the rogue male before them, she was much more submissive, and that was accepted in his eyes. Again, he was not letting his guard down. It wasn't like he couldn't take two wolves on, but he didn't want to give them the opportunity. Paradox's ears swiveled back and forth as he tuned in and listened to both wolves who claimed the same thing.

Glancing between the both of them, he slowly rose to his over sized paws and rolled his shoulders, muscles rippling under his ebony pelt as he prepared to make his descent from his perch."There is no room for traitors or the weak, no room for wolves who cannot pull their weight." He started out in a strong, authoritative tone."So, wolves, what makes you both think you deserve a place within my pack's ranks?'' Paradox asked loudly expecting a worthy response from both of them, the ranks that they wished for and such. If they were looking for higher places in his pack, they would have to earn it and he had something lined up already in that twisted mind of his.




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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Tue Feb 18, 2014 2:52 pm

( lol I'm not sure where I should jump in so I'm just gonna guess)
Blizzard was sore she was exausted from traveling she felt like she could just fall on the forest ground but she had to keep going she suddenly got a scent of three other wolves " Were they threats?" She asked herself before slowly moving forward  to the three. " Hello I'm Blizzard" the she wolf said staying alert incase this was an ambush. Blizzard turned her attention to the big black wolf assuming he was the pack leader she had heard many stories about the Northern pack when she was a pup but assumed they were all fake. She started to shake thinking " Owe my god if I make one wrong move I'm dead" then she sat down.
Blizzard was puzzled she didn't  know where she was she assumed it was the Border of the Northern packs territory but she decided to ask as her mom always said it doesn't hurt to ask. " Where am I exactly?" She asked.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Thu Feb 20, 2014 12:29 am

A grin formed on the males face as his ears heard what the female behind him spoken. "Oh I would never" Roycee teased. He was gonna have fun annoying this female. It was once of his many traits, to annoy or irritate others till they snapped. He never made the first move.

Facing straight at the alpha his head turned around to the see the fae that followed him into this unlikely situation. Her fur was a clean white going along well with her brown eyes. She was in a submissive stance since she kept herself low while her ears laid flat across her own head. Weak... He scoffed just by looking at her.

She was no leader and was likely a follower, ready to take on orders willingly from some other high headed being while he did neither of those things. As the female started to 'apologize' he gave a mental grunt turning back to face the alpha that stood before them. Once his eyes took in the brutes appearance he could see the furs on his back on end, hackles raised to make himself look larger and intimidate the two. Really? I could just look at someone and have them whelping for mercy, what makes you think I would be scared of you?...

A blank expression stayed on his face while he thought, keeping the emotions he felt hidden and out of sight from the others. Once the alpha opened his mouth to speak he already knew his brain might riffle up from the stupid words that were about to travel into his ears. The voice of the male made his own demeanor change from his once calm attitude to a evil, manipulative one. "Why don't I show you" Roycee stated, a smirk lining up on his black lips. His dark blue eyes looking straight on at the brute but not in a challenging way. He always said actions speak louder than words and one fight could easily turn to respect.

If the male wanted to see what he was capable of and why he thought he deserved a place then so be it. The sound of paws raking across the snow got his attention and he turned his deadly eyes away from the alpha to see another white female coming towards them introducing herself. Blizzard hmm?... He questioned eyeing the female up and down as she asked another question.

Keeping it simple and short he gave one answer to her before anyone else can. "Hell" Orbs turning forward to the male Roycee waited for the male to come at him, that is if he wasn't afraid. He would make sure not to win but wouldn't do so without a good enough fight. Winning would mean taking over the pack and he was not even going to attempt that. He would let the alpha win but will give him a few scars so he knew not to push his limits. and maybe this challenge he gave them would also bring respect.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Fri Feb 21, 2014 4:02 pm

[center]mother picks me up and wades through the snow, the sent of alphas and betas and also rogues fill her noes, i am carried above the snow with just my tail draging along the ground. "rain honey dont drag your tail your father might smell it before i have done what i need to do."
i can sense the fear in mother, her hearts beating like a drum and her seances are all over the place like a lost rabbit. as we enter the territory mother begins to trot a bit faster.

she comes up to a small tree with a hole at the rots, she lowers her head and places me down the hole gentley.
"oh my little rain you have no idea how much im going to miss you, but if your father sees who you are you will have a much better life with a pack than with me."
mother likes my head and before i even get to say goodbye she is off like the wind. i look down at my paws wondering what in hell im going to do here, and i dont even know what my father looks like. all i know is his name is paradox. and what did mum mean by if he knows who i am, what if he doesnt, will he kill me?

"well i cant stay here, i will freeze to death."
i pull myself out of the hole and in to the pure white snow, i can here not far away some wolves bickering, i become curious and i start to wonder over. my small ginger head pops out of the leaveless bushes to see four wolves standing in a small space.
there are two males, one is brown with dark blue eyes, and the other one is black with amber eyes. but on the other side are two white females.
i start to walk out to try and introduce my self.
"hi im rain"
i hold my head high so i do not fell so scared, but really in side my heart is going crazy like the leaves in a storm.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Fri Feb 21, 2014 4:14 pm

" Yep my names Blizzard"she said before her ears perked hearing a tiny voice she turned to see a small pup " Why hello Rain my name's Blizzard it's nice to meet you" Blizzard said as she looked at Rain she didn't want to scare her off " What are you doing out here all alone where's your mother?" Blizzard asked her the pup seemed lost " Did her mother abandon her or did she run away?" Blizzard asked her self anyway it was any of her business she kept her eyes on the pup before leaning down letting her climb on her head. Blizzard enjoyed being around pups they were cute little adorable fur balls that were hyper and playful. Rain looked worried about something but Blizzard didn't want to ask her she could hear her tiny heart beating Blizzard knew Rain was scared. It was cold the cold really didn't bother Blizzard though she would always run around in the snow and leap into big piles of it when she was a pup it seemed that Rain wasn't use to it though she must have came from a place where it was always warm.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Fri Feb 21, 2014 4:35 pm

i look up at the white wolf, who said her name was blizzard.
"well my mummy put me in a hole over there and told me to go find my daddy, i know his name."

i watch this wolf, mum told me never to trust wolves i did not know, but what was i supposed to do just freeze, i had to stay with them they could keep me warm, an the wolf called buzzard seemed nice enough. as she lowers her head for my to climb on my heart starts to calm down. i climb on and i stand on her back, my ginger fiery pelt standing out in the white snow. i looks over at the two other wolves the black males, the black male looked a lot like that wolf mum described to me as my dad, but i could not be sure it was him, i mean i couldnt just go up to him and say he was my dad, could i.

"you have really pretty eyes buzzard...thats what my mummy used to say to male wolves when she liked them, i could smell it."
saying that made me laugh a bit, i jump off in tot he snow, because the snow is so deep my hole body becomes covered in snow and its just my small head that is showing. i look up at blizzard.
"hehe woops"
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Sat Feb 22, 2014 3:54 am

Slowly straightening, she turned her pale brown optics to the male in front of her, the one whom seemed to be disgusted by her submissive gestures. Perking a ear she gave a little shrug before she eyed him with the same expression "Not everyone is like you; at least some of us know when to showsome respect." Even though the worlds, usually, would come with a sharp tongue, her voice was just as ever; calm and collected. Glancing back at the alpha male she studied him quickly before glancing away, spotting that they now had another amongst them. The other snowy coated female claimed her name was Blizzard, and her words were deeply confusing. How could anyone mistake this land? It was horrid. Karou, of course, knew she was a hypocrite in some ways, seeing that she too had gotten herself caught in this nasty spider web; she was trapped. They all were. Keeping her tail tucked in case the alpha seemed to snap. She knew wolves; one wrong move and you might have your ear torn off.

Flickering her eyes to the alpha as she spoke, she mentally growled. I have to prove myself? "Who else would take misfits like us?" she lamely question, just trying to get a point across; there were two other packs, yet they happened to find themselves here. Was that not enough? Did that not satisfy his needs? They chose him. Standing there awkwardly, she began to wonder if that was the right thing to do; to be slightly bold and question him in strange manner. Feeling her ears perk then lower once more, she looked towards Blizzard as the rude brown male answered her; well, it wasn't a true answer, though Karou found herself agreeing silently. Hell on Earth. Rolling back her shoulders to gaze at all of the wolves gathered here, she almost missed the other who seemed to sneak up on them; a simple little pup. Karou was never the loving, motherly type, so she ended up staring down at the little creature with her empty feeling eyes; how strange. So many wolves on the same damn day; just my luck. Clucking her pink tongue, the female found her orbs moving towards the brown male with much curiosity. "Oh?" she murmured, amusement laced within her words as she studied him, watching him eye the alpha. She was never the type for watching a challenge, but her body tingled with hidden excitement.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Sat Feb 22, 2014 3:29 pm

More wolves were starting to show up... This was making him somewhat uncomfortable having so many at his borders at one time without knowing of their honest intent, the first two claimed that they desired a rank from him and to serve along side the northern wolves. He felt that it was safe to assume that this third wolf wanted the same as well, eyes flickering from the brute to the two white furred she-wolves, he gave them all a close look over again. The other male wasn't scrawny at least, had some good meat on his bones, but he had known wolves that appeared strong and were nothing but a waste of flesh and fur. With that thought, he could not bring himself to judge that one right away. For all he knew, he could be eating his words later. And that was something that he didn't find enjoyable at all. Amber gaze shifting to the she-wolves, he carefully watched them for a bit before turning back. They were alike, submissive, yet weren't being suck ups, they acted friendly... Paradox wasn't about to allow his guard to fall till he personally dealt with each of these wolves and determined if they were worthy or not.

Ears shooting up at the other brute's words, he couldn't help but feel a bit challenged even if that was not his intent, to Paradox those were fighting words and he was already riled up and ready to go. His thin black lip twitched upwards in a snarl revealing his yellowed and slightly chipped fangs. If he wanted a fight, he'd give him one and remind this male to watch where he stepped. He would show them just why he was the alpha. The black beast slowly began to make his descent from his hill towards the group yet his gaze remained right on the dark furred male even as he barked out an order."Females! Step back!" Voice echoing, he gave another snarl that began to mix with a twisted laugh, as if to mock the male. Call him cocky but he was more than sure he could handle him and would have the other on his back with his tail between his legs. Maybe even make him soil himself.

As if there wasn't already enough wolves, another scent arose which was obviously different than the rest; a put had joined them. Great, just when a fight was about to break out. Paradox was a hardened male, cold and vicious, but he would never endanger the life of a young one. The memories of his own still weighed heavily in his mind and in his heart he still felt the pain that he did the night he found their bodies... What was left of them anyways. With another growl, be barked out again,"Make sure that pup stays back!" Last they needed was that young one getting injured because of their scrap, Paradox returned to attack mode as his full attention was now on Roycee, he was waiting to see what all this male could do, the alpha slowly began to circle his opponent.


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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Sat Feb 22, 2014 4:31 pm

i stand up watching the large male, walk past him but the i stop right by his feet i look up into the males eyes.
"paradox?"
its him i no its him, all the things mother has described about him was the wolf standing right in front of me, my mind starts to wonder and as the other male starts to growl i step away, i run over to the bush from were i came, hiding under it watching the adults.

a little robin lands in front of me. what a sweet bird, it hops around pecking the snow. what was it doing?, should i do that?. i lift my head up then with full force i smash it into the soft white snow, my nostrils get filled up with water and i start to sneeze. i pull my nose out of the ground to see the bird still sanding there, im sure now i wasn't supposed to do that.

i push to my feet, the robin hopes into the forest, me being a curious pup i follow the bird, it comes to a tree and stops before spreading its wings and flying up to a branch.
"what are you doing little birdie?"
i look up, but as i do something catches my eye, its a carving in the tree, theres a heart with two names inside, i look closer to see, the words petle and paradox, thats my mum and dads names. now i know for sure this wolf was my dad, but how could i prove it to him?.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Sat Feb 22, 2014 8:04 pm

Roycee chuckled at the female’s words. Respect? since when did any rogue show respect when in the other presences of other rogues? showing respect when alone is what got your hard earned food taken away, your home taken away, practically everything you relied on to survive taken away. He wouldn't show respect until he felt it was needed or in some cases absolutely right to show it. “Of course you're not like me, I’m one of a kind” He joked without facing back to the fae.  

Catching a swift movement in the corner of his eye the brute looked forward to see the other male. Tuning out all other sounds Roycee focused mainly on the alpha before him, watching the male snarl before descending down his little hill. A smirk gleamed on his own black lips before raising them up. Exposing his sharp fangs in a aggressive snarl, his ears perked to their fullest as he kept his orbs locked onto the dark figure.  Just as the alpha gave an order the brute found it funny that he had to tell them to get back, it wasn't going to be ‘that’ serious but if the brute wanted it to be then Roycee was more than ready to give a show.

The fur that covered his body rose up, bristling his hackles as another snarl was released. Twitching the tip of his tail in a mocking manner to his coming opponent.  As they or better yet - the alpha - got ready to fight a newly scent mixed in with theirs and the others; a pup to be more exact. Roycee would never hurt a pup unless it was in disobedience so he kinda agreed with the male that the pup needed to be out of range from the two of them.

Blue keen eyes still focused on the alpha he liberated a brutal growl signaling he was all ready for whatever this male had to offer. But instead of getting an attack he was being circled, Oh how wonderful, not. Circling wastes time if you didn't notice so cut the crap and come at me like the big bad wolf you claim to be... Roycee never made the first move or first attack as you would put it. Waiting for the male to come at him he growled once more teasing the black he-wolf.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Sun Feb 23, 2014 6:07 pm

Blizzard looked around then saw that Rain had wondered of she followed her scent then grabbed her and walked back to the two males that were going to fight each other when he saw the male get into attack mode then put Rain behind her she didn't want the pup to get injured "Stay here I don't want you to take a chance of getting hurt" she said to Rain. " STOP THIS NON SENSE RIGHT NOW THERE IS A KID PRESENT IM PRETTY SURE SHE DOESN'T WANT TO SEE BLOOD EVERYWHERE!" she growled at the two males before walking back over to Rain hopefully that would make them stop. Blizzard thought for a minute what if the two males turned around and tried to attack her she feared she would get killed but she was concerned about Rain's safety. Blizzard watched the two males waiting to see what would happen next.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Sun Feb 23, 2014 6:51 pm

suddenly i feel blizzards mouth clasp my scruff, i watch as she takes me back over to the male wolves who are now just about to snap." STOP THIS NON SENSE RIGHT NOW THERE IS A KID PRESENT IM PRETTY SURE SHE DOESN'T WANT TO SEE BLOOD EVERYWHERE!"
i think for a moment about what blizzard has said to the two males, but then i remember the day my brother and my sister got riped to shreds, the blood was all over the cave, the memory makes me brake in to tears and before i have time to contain it i rush in front of blizzard and i start snarling a pupish snarl to the males.
"blizzards right ive seen to much blood, most of it came from my brother and sister after they were killed by a bear, my mother sent me here to find my father, which i'm sure is you!" i point at paradox, my eyes wet with tears.
"so i think you should just leave them alone and maybe even let them join your pack!"
i stop of mumbling to myself, why do they have to fight i don't see the point in it, i smash up the snow kicking it every were trying to get rid of my anger.


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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Sun Feb 23, 2014 7:39 pm

She gladly moved away, though only slightly, as the alpha male came down from his perch; she was highly fascinated, and excited. Call her a "strange" if you wish but Karou loved fights to simply put it; her posture changed from submissive to riled up as she studied the males. She was actually betting on who would give the other the most scars. Lowering her head slightly Karou wandered closer before she backed away, trying to observe their tactics; it could save her life one day. Rolling back her shoulders the arctic fem couldn't hide her amused smirk. This was her tainted side, the part that was hidden beneath a plastic mask. "Come on brownie, show us what ya got!" Karou barked, her words laced with a light laugh; only until there was a loud shrill like  voice beside her; snapping her head she sought out the voice, clearly angered now. Though earlier Karou had been upset that they had to "prove themselves" she had been looking forward to a sweet show. "Excuse me?" Karou asked, straightening up at glare across the powdered area at the other female. "You speak as if that will stop anyone. We're all here for a reason,these males are fighting for a reason and if you can't take those reasons I highly suggest you take yourself and that pup somewhere else." though she was annoyed, Karou kept her voice light and soft; all while she words were tumbling around with cyanide.

Karou stared down at the pup now whose fur reminded her of autumn leaves; she pitied the little creature, facing death so young. But so had Karou. "Mm, sad to hear but, just as I had said before, can't handle a little blood spill? Leave then." She was dark inside yes, but the words she spoke were true; the world was a dark, cold place and if a creature couldn't face a battle for a rank, or even a little blood well, they would need to haul their rumps some where else for the time being. Karou knew how the pup felt indeed; she watched her mother and father slowly die, she watched her brother perish just as her mother had; she watched everyone she ever loved leave her. Despite the connection Karou had made with Rain, the pup was acting just like this Blizzard female; their words would stop nothing, and even if the males did break apart, they would fight another day; the madness would never end. Flicking the end of her long bushy tail, Karou eyed the tiny autumn pup with her dark orbs before she let out a tiny scoff, removing her eyes from the pup to the males; sitting her rump down into the snow Karou waited, secretly hoping they wouldn't stop, perhaps even she'd find herself wrestling with them for power, the choice to be heard. Licking around her chops, Karou let out a long yawn before she ran her pink tongue around her stained fangs, doing just at the other females were; she waited.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Sun Feb 23, 2014 10:24 pm

He intended to give this male a good fight, sure they may go overboard as it was something that Paradox had always done. There were many times where he went too far though at the moment it seemed like a good thing to do, show this male as well as the other wolves here just why he was leading the pack; to show them that he was not the wolf that they ever wanted to mess with or cross. The ebony pelted male had years of experience under his belt and was a seasoned warrior which made it easy for him to take this pack from the weak, sorry excuse for alphas. Pathetic wolves, more like it. That whole pack was full of weak fuzzballs and he was sure glad that they had left after he claimed his rightful place. Now, now was the time for him to refill such ranks with strong, capable wolves, ones that new how to use their wits and especially their fangs. No room for those who could not.

Locking his eyes on a pair of blue orbs, he watched the other male as he slowly brought himself towards the right in a circling motion, hackles fully raised and yellowed fangs still bared. He was debating on making the first move or not, normally he waited but honestly right now Paradox was wishing to get this done quickly so they could all move on. Banner raised high, he waited till he was nearing the farther side of the other male, near his flanks, before he started to lunge... Almost. There was a sudden disturbance that was hindering him from advancing in this brawl and as soon as one of the she-wolves started to tell him what to do, oh, Paradox flipped. With a loud snarl, he spun around though kept the other male in his sights."You do not tell me what to do, female! I will not take orders from some rogue!" He snapped out and was half tempted to turn his attacks on her for daring to be so bold. "I am not going to sugar coat a fact of life. We are wolves, this is what we do. Life isn't about fun and games, that pup will get over it." Right now, oh how it was so hard to not rush over to that female and make sure she never raised her voice to him like that. Paradox was coming close to that yet was made to pause again as the pup now spoke up, her words... Suddenly, the large brute stopped and for once listened.

Was this young one really a product of one of his moonlit romances?

Paradox stood there eying the pup down as she finished speaking, sure she didn't look like him but that really didn't matter in the wolven world. There was a part of him that wanted to deny, deny, deny everything she said. Hell, he was about to. But there was another matter at paw that he really needed to deal with immediately."I've sired many, we will talk later, pup." With that said, he whipped right around and charged towards Roycee.

(Sorry, had to be quick and wrap things up. Don't have much time >.>)


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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Tue Mar 04, 2014 6:33 am

(OOC: sorry it's so long, I had to come back with something. :p if you're confused on what happened then let me know because I feel like I might have made it confusing)

A smirk smeared over this black lips. Cold, dead eyes watching the alphas every move as he came down from his hill taking a swift right motion to circle around. Hackles raised and teeth bared in repetition from earlier. As he was being rounded Roycee could see the alpha was depicting his first move, carefully thinking of what first attack would benefit to his well being and the fight itself.

Tassel high and dominate his stance took form of defence ready to take on this brute head on. Claws dug into the ground to give him traction, allowing him to make a quick, sudden movement if the alpha decided to lunge. As the males opponent came to a close stop near his flanks Roycee could already see where he was about to aim.

But before the two of them could do anything a voice shrieked out, sending both their attention to the direction it came from. It was none other than the white she wolf blizzard, stating not to fight because of some idiotic pup that was present. 'Weak' he thought eyeing the two up and down. It was a common way of life- for wolves to lash out at one another for really anything.

It could range from a scrap of meat during the winter season to fighting for a claim of dominance. If she could not see that then she was no wolf at all, the female would be an example of a coyote. A small, cowardly coyote who couldn't stand on her own feet. The pup would be just the same. If she couldn't learn then the small female was no wolf either.

Glancing at the black male he could see the struggle he was fighting with inside to not run over and do something. It sent him a kind of pride to see someone who felt the same as he did. In a lone normal circumstance Roycee would have had his fangs tightly secured around her throat, piercing the thin flesh that covered the under part of her jaw and connected to the tip of her neck.

The pups words took the male though aback, the information she just spit out in anger sinking in to the very cold mind he had. 'What wolf wouldn't know his own pup? The very thing that carries on the generation of strong, proud wolves.' It literally shocked him that the alpha didn't know of his own offspring. Though he had all these emotion flooding him he kept a calm, straight face through it all.

Not giving any signs of what feelings had come upon him. Blue eyes focused on the alpha yet again a growl was given off in reply to the males words 'we will talk later.' It gave him the signal that things were about to start up sending him back into defence mode. White teeth bared a bit with a snarl filled laugh.

Roycee narrowed his eyes, shoulders stiffening and legs reaffirming his weight evenly onto the ground as the alpha ran at him. Instincts kicked in and he lunged forward as well, being quick to lower his cranium against his chest and tuck in his neck, revealing mounds of lush fur instead of vital, soft skin. While his neck was protected though, he leaned back against his hindquarters and as he dove in, they gave way.

The force of his head would be enough to send the alpha staggering away from him. Backing up from the impact he just delivered Roycee was quick on his feet, seprating himself from the reach of the angered alpha. Dark eyes shooting daggers at the black he wolf as if it could kill him the male put a grin on his face and before it could even be recorded his grin disappeared in the blink of an eye.

A soft growl rumbled as he lunged forward closing the distance between the two, aimed for the soft fold of flesh beneath his throat, jaws parted in a mock position for a bite, but at the last second he sidestepped to the left, slashing down the alphas side at his upper-rib area. Once done Roycee would back away seperating himself again from the alpha awaiting the brutes counter attack.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Tue Mar 04, 2014 3:43 pm

Blizzard stepped back and grabbed Rain taking her to the hole her mother had left her in " I don't want you to get hurt Rain these two seem to not know about peace" she said before looking at Roycee and growling " Just leave him alone he just wants some peace if we wouldn't have tresspassed this never would have happened" she said then sat down scratching behind her ear.
Blizzard quickly shut her muzzle and thought if she said anything else the others would attack her.
Blizzard sighed before turning away and walking back to Rain laying down beside her keeping her warm her crystal blue eyes sparkled in the sun as Blizzard rested her head on her paws she was exausted trying to get these two to stop fightning and taking care of a pup that was left alone she was ready to get somewhere where there was no fightning at all just peace and quiet.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Tue Mar 04, 2014 8:23 pm

As buzzard sets me down in the hole I bear the brown wolf say that they were weak. I jump up and I walk back out from under all the bushes. I glare at the brown wolf. "I may be just a pup, but I can tell when a wolf has no right to say something like that. Your just mean wolf, just because bizzard us trying to keep me safe does not make her weak it makes her kind unlike you!" what the he'll was u doing I'm just a pup, im trying to argue with a fully grown adult male wolf
I step forward to the male . My rare pupil less eyes shimmer in the sun light. I can feel the tension rising between blizzard and the brown wolf. Even though j said what I wanted to it might slow them down  a bit.


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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Wed Mar 05, 2014 12:31 am

Blizzard looked at Rain run back to the male so she stood up and followed her incase she got the male mad and he tried to attack her then she heard Rain speak up "She's right'' Blizzard said keeping her eyes on the male that had just tried to challenge the alpha again. He didn't look so tuff to her but she had no idea what he was capable of he might be able to rip her tail off but she doubted it the fact that he only scratched the alpha showed his lack of training but the way the alpha struck the male showed that he was capable of much more than the brown male. " You don't look so tuff to me saying you slashed the alpha on the side shows your lack of training" Blizzard said to the brown male keeping focus on him.
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Wed Mar 05, 2014 11:39 am

((Just going to say this but Roycee didn't say that, anything italic or to the side is his thoughts))
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PostSubject: Re: Calling the Alpha (Border Acceptance, Open)   Fri Mar 14, 2014 7:00 pm

Now maybe they could finally get on with their little scrap without any interruptions, though he would not be surprised in the least if one of those wolves spoke out against them again. This highly irritated him and if they did so again he'd really give them something to bark about. He had a low tolerance for those who stepped out of line, especially rogues who had their paws on his land. It took all the male had to not rush over there and tear into the mouthy wolves, mostly that she-wolf. Paradox could never bring himself to physically harm a young wolf no matter how disrespectful they were towards him, he knew of other suitable punishments and if this little she-pup kept it up... The male shook his thoughts away and forced out another large growl. There was no time for distraction, he had challenger that needed to be faced and it was about time that Paradox showed him just why he was this pack's alpha. Show him just why he was the top wolf here.

Keeping his amber orbs on the brown male, he watched each movement from him and made mental notes. This male had a lot of bark, but, it appeared that maybe he wasn't just all that, the way he moved and how his muscled rippled from under his pelt, clear signs to the alpha. Years of his own training he knew just what to look for in a warrior. However, could this male give him a good enough fight? In but a few moments he was about to find out.

Suddenly, the brown male made a launch at him as Paradox had done the very same, though right as he was about to make another move to try and get his jaws on Roycee's soft neck, the male lowered his head and made it impossible to get a good clean bite. Not a problem as there were many other spots he could snap at to hinder the other's movement and what not. As humiliating as it was to allow the rogue to get the first strike, Paradox could not have moved faster to get out of the way. He felt the male's sharp fangs cut across his side up near his shoulder, a snarl erupted out of the ebony furred male as he quickly spun around in the snow to face the other, watching him gain some distance between them. Wasting not a single precious moment he raced forward once again to attempt to slam himself into the other male and try for a second time to get his fangs into him. Paradox was not aiming for the throat, instead, he mimicked the other's moves and faked to the right, going right for the male's hind leg. There was a certain spot where if he were to bite into it he could easily cripple that leg and slow him down, only if he was lucky enough to land his attack.

From behind him, he could hear those wolves going off again which further angered him. Peace? What was this nonsense about peace? Paradox cared not about 'peace' as he strongly believed that there was never true peace in the world. Always, there were events lined up in the future to stir up trouble just to keep things interesting. They were just allowed time to rest before the next wave hit. That he could vouch for. He came from a very fortunate pack who for generations had been blessed with plentiful food and strong and healthy wolves. Then those blood thirsty hounds came and took everything from them, took everything that he had ever cared about. Once more his mind began to cloud with such thoughts and it only caused him to snarl out more. There was no time for him to respond to the others watching the fight, he would have to deal with them afterwords.


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