Stone Circle trouble me
All Welcome  December 08, 2018, 01:34 PM
King
Easthollow
Newcomer
King gaped open-mouthed at the massive creatures that were gathered just a hundred yards away. There were a dozen of them, easily, and they were built like giant caterpillars except with longer legs and horns. The male had never seen anything like it, and he was a bit frightened by the beasts even despite knowing they were herbivores - the scent of their scat had confirmed this much.

But no matter how scary they were, King couldn't help but hang around and watch them - and be mightily impressed! Moose were still taller, but moose didn't gather together like this, either. In his mind, King likened them most to the creatures that the man village had kept in their pens. But those had been softer and smaller, and with less fur to guard their flesh.

The male settled down to watch, ears pressed forward and fur bristling uncertainly as he tracked their every movement. They certainly weren't very exciting creatures, except for being so large.
December 08, 2018, 11:54 PM
Ira
Easthollow
Family
note for myself that this takes place around the 20th when Ira returns
Ira was happy to be back, satisfied with the knowledge she gained during her travels. She had the chance to meet wolves from allied packs and learn more about the surrounding territories, but being back on her own turf, her home, was a relief. A lot happened on her journey, but she was more troubled by the fact that so much had happened here too.

A cougar hurt several pack mates and killed that older wolf that had joined just before she left. It was a lot to take in, especially knowing who was involved. Ira still held mixed feelings towards her father, but he had protected Valette at a time when she could not, and for that she was greatful. Apparently Greyback was now confined to a den, although she has yet to visit to see the extent of his injuries, other then what she was told. As soon as she heard news about the attack, the mountain wolf had picked up her patrols with more alertness and an extra strict schedule. One of which now led her to the hill that overlooked the plains.

She noticed a new scent, although it was mingled with the wolves from Easthollow. Perhaps it was another newcomer? It would not take her long to climb the hill, a long wolf with a lightish pelt sitting at the top. His gaze fixed to the distant scenery and creatures that wandered in the valley. Ira allowed herself to venture closer, now getting a good look at what caught the male's attention. First time seeing them, huh? She could only assume that was the reason for his shock. She recalled her first time seeing the large mounds of hair larger than a boulder. No creature matched them in the mountains and it took a while to grow use to their scale. I take it you are new to Easthollow.

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Today, 01:45 AM
King
Easthollow
Newcomer
At the sound of another's approach, King cast a quick glance over his shoulder and welcomed the wolf with an idle wag of his tail before his gaze was drawn back to the bison. Since seeing them, he'd been relucant to take his eyes off them at all. "Yes ma'am," he agreed, his voice quite a bit less formal than those words usually called for. "I can't believe the size of them. And all together like this - we don't have anything like it where I came from."

He turned his head back toward the stranger, but it took a moment to drag his eyes away from the beasts to actually look at her. "What are they? Do you hunt them?" he asked, eyes alight with curiosity. They looked almost too big to make a meal of - but there were quite a few more wolves in Easthollow than there were in his natal pack.
Today, 02:10 AM
Ira
Easthollow
Family
The female was almost surprised when the newcomer refered to her as ma'am. As far as she knew, she was the only wolf in Easthollow to use such formalities, but she was pleased by it none the less. They are quite large. Fairly dangerous if you do not watch your step too. Ira was not expecting a long conversation so she remained standing by the male opposed to taking a seat. They are called bison and we do hunt them. We usually look to other prey though since it takes quite a bit of work to take one down. Worth the effort though, the meal was quite satisfying.

She recalled the large hunt they had recently. It was different from the hunting she was use to as she normally fell into a fighters roll and if she did hunt it was usually smaller creatures that took less wolves. She was not too sure when they would attempt taking down another one of the large creatures, but if she had to guess it would not be until Valette picked out another weak link. What prey are you use to hunting?

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