Dawnlark Plains Fishing for ya
All Welcome  June 14, 2018, 08:28 AM
Sebastian
Morningside
Joiner
Need one more Voucher!! :D :D

Sebastian kept his promise to Pema and stuck close to Aviana. He was planning on doing that either way since they had a lot to catch up on. He hoped to meet the father of Aviana's litter but it seemed that he wasn't in this pack. Something that Sebastian slightly frowned upon but he would never say that to her face. She was his sister and she seemed to want these pups badly so he would be there for her. He stuck to Aviana as he got to know the territory better. A few days after he got accepted he went towards one of the main waterways. He hoped that it would be okay that he was not with Aviana, at least he was far away from the rendezvous site.

Sebastian was still limping but the gash on his shoulder was closed up. The big greyscale male stepped into the water. He instantly felt more at ease with the water cooling his paws. The male scanned the water for any slivers of silver. At least standing still he could do well. Sebastian wanted to prove to the pack that he would work for his food even though he had a limp. He might always have a limp. His docked tail stood up, mostly because of concentration. He kept his light colored eyes on the water. When he spotted movement he dashed forward with an open mouth. His jaws closed as soon as he felt something against his teeth. The male had not forgotten how to fish. The male grabbed the decent sized fish and placed it on the bank. He made sure the fish was dead before heading back to the water with full focus.
June 14, 2018, 02:24 PM
Aditya
Morningside
Leader I
aditya liked to walk the streams; as a child of the coast, it made him feel more at home in the vast plains. dawnlark could be considered a sea of its own, but of land, not water--which he ultimately preferred. the burly male padded slowly along the shore of the meandering creek, eyes peeled for anything of interest. as he came along a bend, he saw a grayscale male he'd not noticed before.

his hackles raised momentarily, but relaxed as he remembered they had invited someone new recently. aviana's brother, he thought it was? his golden eyes surveyed the man from a distance. good size, the marks of battle marring his pelt. . .no tail, which adi found intriguing. he was fishing, and so aditya waited from a distance until he had seized his quarry, not wishing to disturb him.

once the fish was dead and gone, placed on the shore, adi gave a gentle chuff of greeting, trotting slowly toward the man with his head raised. he hoped he was a little more friendly than aviana had been, upon their first meeting.

"well caught," he remarked warmly, nodding toward the fish on the ground. "i don't believe we've met; i'm aditya. nice to see a new face around here--it's been a while."
June 14, 2018, 02:44 PM
Sebastian
Morningside
Joiner
Sebastian had been rather focussed on the water that he hadn't seen the other approach. When he heard the chuff the male turned to face the other male. The large grey tank wiggled his docked tail in greeting. He instantly pushed his head down low out of respect for the other male. Sebastian glanced up when the male seemed friendly enough. "Hi, Aditya," he smiled kindly and dared to lift his head since the male greeted him on a friendly matter.

"I'm Sebastian, Aviana's brother," he explained quickly. "I hope it is okay I am without her... I wanted to make myself useful." Sebastian then looked at the fish on the bank to then move his gaze back to the male. "Thanks! I've learned fishing from a young age." Sebastian wanted to add how he couldn't really hunt other game at the moment, or maybe forever, but then he might put himself in a bad light. Perhaps the big scar on his shoulder told the male enough. "I'm glad to be part of this pack. Glad to unite with my sister as well," he added to make the conversation.