Blackfeather Woods all in all, it's just another brick in the wall
All Welcome  May 17, 2019, 10:37 PM
Maegi
Blackfeather Woods
Apostle
@Moonshadow's pups were about a week old when Maegi went to visit them, properly for the first time since their birth. The pale girl had been lost in her prayers, selfishly engulfed in daedric and dark things. She, like Mou, was spiraling quickly elsewhere—though perhaps her situation was not as dire as her love's.

Still, she felt bad for not being present at the birth, and had managed to snare a squirrel, meant as a gift of apology. It took everything she had not to eat it on the way. Her stomach, bloated well past her normally-svelte figure, growled as she padded toward the whelping den, painful in its intense desire. The smell of fresh kill was unbelievably tempting.

Get it together, she muttered to herself, feeling relieved as she caught sight of the small hollow where Moonshadow and her pups were living. She deposited the prey nearby and gave a chuff, forcing herself to smile. Moonshadow? I brought you something to eat, if you're hungry, she called out gently, tail drifting slowly behind her.
May 17, 2019, 10:46 PM
Moonshadow
Blackfeather Woods
Meridia
tagging only for reference

She has stayed close to her young ones as the days grew by. It was rather lonely due to her pups not able to do anything other than sleep and eat.

Moonshadow heard steps coming closer and her guard went up until she heard a familiar voice. “You can come in if you’d like.”
9 hours ago
Maegi
Blackfeather Woods
Apostle
Upon Moonshadow's invitation, Maegi padded closer to the den, then entered, though keeping close to the wall as she stared down at mother and pups. Three of them, in all different shades—one pale, one brown-gray, one a brown so dark as to almost be black. It reminded her of her littermates, and she smiled, though with the familiar pang of loss at the thought of Euron, somewhere not here.

Oh, gods, she breathed, her grin growing wider. They're all so cute, Moonshadow. What have you named them? Perhaps they would receive Daedric names. Maegi could only hope that the woman had seized upon the religion so much as to take that step.

Her mouth trembled a bit. I'm sorry I wasn't there for their birth, she murmured in apology, face contrite. There was no excuse to offer, no alibi. She had simply just been. . .gone. Lost in some nightmare or another. Unable to bring herself to reality to help a friend.