Northstar Vale I'm ready, Slick, are you?
All Welcome  September 27, 2017, 09:55 PM
Grayday
Morningside
Leader I
Grayday is calling for Liffey/Rannoch, but since they're gone, could we get a wild @Chusi in here? Please allow @Pema and @Spiritwalker to post first.
Grayday didn't really think that Mouse had meant to harm his children - or anyone in his pack, for that matter - but that didn't mean he was about to let the transgression slide. He'd bided his time for several days, contemplating what the best course of action would be. It seemed silly to start a feud when there was only one wolf he was angry with, and even sillier to start up a witch hunt when the witch in question hadn't commited any crimes worth the energy it would take to maim him for it.

The offense was almost laughable, really. What purpose had the male had in tresspassing? And why had he been so ridiculously offended to be stopped? Grayday had no answers to these questions, but hoped that Rannoch or Liffey might. He also hoped they'd think up a fitting punishment for such a stupid transgression, but that wasn't his main concern, at this point.

When he, Pema, and Spiritwalker reached the lip of the valley, the male tilted back his head and called for the greyling male that'd led the vale, last time he checked. He did not realize that there'd been a recent change in leadership, or that several key members had abandoned their posts. "Rannoch's scent is still weak," the male said while he waited with his two companions. He'd filled them in on his history with the younger male, not that there was much other than a quick hunt and a short conversation. Still - he'd seemed a good sort, and Grayday felt he'd be remiss if he didn't bring this wayward packmember to the young alpha's attention.

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What's Mine is Ours
September 27, 2017, 10:11 PM
Spiritwalker
Morningside
Watcher

When Grayday had approached her Catori found a bloom of pride at being invited. Sure, it was a good measure to joining her into the pack properly by proving her worth - but it was more than that. He knew of her ranging habits and heart's desire to see more of the world and this was a perfect way to not only learn more about the area but it also let her stretch her legs so to say as a scout. It would give her a good idea of the dynamics of the pack and she hadn't been this far down through the mountains. She yearned to see the lands beyond, too, but even as she'd brushed against Grayday feeling his ire grow and ebb like the tides she was so fond of she knew that this was not a matter of pleasantries. 

Hearing the brazzen behavior of having the male seem so put out as he'd entered their home had caused Catori's normally docile ways to be tested. If they didn't have the young children running about maybe she wouldn't have cared. Maybe it was just their innocence threatened or maybe it was the fact that they were Grayday's and that brought a whole other level to things. She snorted as Grayday came to a stop and called. "It seems...excessive to be gone from your home for so long." Excessive from the endless earthcomber meant a lot - if she'd understood the nature of the Vale and it's youthful leadership. If would mean a lot more wrangling, in her opinion, especially approaching their first winter. 

September 27, 2017, 10:15 PM
Pema
Morningside
Hunter I

She had wanted to come along with Grayday to Northstar Vale on his trip to speak to their alpha. A member of their pack Mouse had rudely and knowingly wondered into their territory. Aside from that he didn't even have the courtesy to walk back to the border when he was adressed. Pema was still a bit steamed over the whole situation since she had been the one to encounter him in their territory first. A bit of a fight had ensued and even though no one was severily harmed and it turned out that Grayday had spoken to him a time before, she still didn't like what had transpired. 

She though she could be a testimate to what had happened that day if need be. Able to explain the reason behind it, that Mouse was in search of a friend and possible pack member Rannoch. This would also be a way for her too see how two packs communicated with one another over such matters. A good learning experience if she ever thought to do such things in the future. Standing by Grayday's side she waited for their leader to approach.

With then was a female of the pack she hadn't known too well, but would definatly find the time to introduce herself more fully in the future. If things ended up getting tense for whatever reason it would be good to have more then just Grayday at their door step.


October 07, 2017, 01:23 PM
Chusi
Northstar Vale
Alpha
A bit late to the party - sorry!

Though she had noted Mouse's injuries, she had yet to hear about some eventful day. He had not gone to her to tell, unfortunately, otherwise the call for Rannoch would have put her on edge. Though she was a warrior, she did not want to fight someone else's war... nor fight at all against a side that was obviously justifiably mad. She sighed as the call rang out though, hyping herself up before she made her way to the border with grace. Her tail of fluff waved a welcoming hello before she was close enough to hear what they were saying.

There was a man, gray of coat, umber of eye, and two women - both with a rather pale coat when compared to her own. She could not help but admire one of the female's beautiful mane though, and she dipped her head in greeting. Rannoch's not here at tha moment - ya'll have ta do with meh. She joked lightheartedly. Fearghal - Chusi Fearghal. How can I help ya?

I'm Having Visions Of Tomorrow
October 07, 2017, 09:19 PM
Grayday
Morningside
Leader I
Grayday's ears flickered in worry. For a moment, he nearly forgot what they were there for and asked, "Is he ever coming back?" A beat later, though, he let out a huff, effectively dismissing the question.

"I'm Grayday, from the pack down the mountain, and these are my packmates, Catori and Pema. We're here about a tresspasser that was found on our land," he said calmly, though irritation was certainly running rampant in his mind. "A wolf that identified himself as Mouse Ostrega, from this pack."

He glanced at Pema, verifying that this was the proper name as he said it. She'd told him about the encounter after he'd calmed down, but even this far removed from the event, he found himself unable to recall details without anger flaring up in his chest. Generally, he tried not to think too hard on it.

"Do you know him?" he asked, his voice grave.

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What's Mine is Ours
October 11, 2017, 11:19 PM
Spiritwalker
Morningside
Watcher
 

Catori wasn't typically one to make snap judgements. She was one however to defend what was hers, and in this case, Morningside and Grayday had become something she was defensive and possessive over. When she felt the riling of anger in Grayday her eyes cut from the dark girl to him, for a moment her face passive. This wasn't their land, she wasn't alone with him, and she wouldn't undermine him in front of his subordinates and another pack. She didn't particularly like the implication that they would just 'have to deal with someone' when it came to a pack - the leadership had to be different. It had to be something more. Of course her bias ran deeper than she wanted to admit when it came to Grayday but the notion of a temporary leader rubbed her wrong. 

Catori had the feeling that if a wolf showed back up to their packlands they'd probably be reluctant to tell the truth - that they had made such a grave mistake. She returned her milky colored eyes to Chusi, surprisingly quiet for herself, and wondered what the young wolf would say. Catori didn't condone liars but she almost expected it knowing how serious an offense it was to have trespassed so brazenly. "Pema intercepted him inside our lands with a complete disregard for the fact he was trespassing." She said as evenly as she could. It helped being a storyteller, weaving her truths as easily as she could breathe; it might even have sounded pleasant rather than business had she tilted her voice a touch more. Instead her tone was quiet and reserved while she waited for the response of the other. 

October 13, 2017, 10:47 AM
Pema
Morningside
Hunter I
Pema had missed Grayday's first comment about Rannoch's scent being weak. If she had she would have been able to tell him that Rannoch would likely not have been here. Seeing as how Rannoch was the very reason Mouse had tresspassed in their territory in the first place. She didn't know he was the former alpha of this pack untill he was expected to arrive. A darker female came to the border instead stating simply that Rannoch wasn't here rather then state that he was missing. 

Grayday and Catori had done an alright job at explaining the general instance of what had happened, but she thought she should add something. To bring a greater light to the situation for everyone. "He claimed to be searching for your missing Alpha and thought that was a good enough reason to ignore our border and requests to leave peacfully." she glanced to Day. Seeing how he would take the news of Rannoch's absence and Mouses reasons for being in the pack.

Her gaze then went to Chusi. While talking he voice had been calm, but her gaze was serious. She wondered how she would take the knowledge of knowing that another pack knew the vales alpha, or now, former alpha was missing. The sudden loss of a leader was often telling of the packs level or order, especially if in the absence of this leader member of the pack began to act in such an inappropriate way. 

Even if such actions had been done due to emotions, there was no ignoring that his pressence in their pack could have been a major threat to the members within it, including the pups that Pema loved to dearly.