Trouble, Party Of One [Kharak] Mar 26, 2020 15:47:21 GMT -6
Post by Braelyn on Mar 26, 2020 15:47:21 GMT -6
The duo moved with one another, walking side by side. Braelyn's soft green eyes looked over the horizon as they moved. Neither of them were sure where they were going, but being further from the cold was making Amaya rather pleased. She did not like the freezing cold, and she feared that her wolf did not either. In her mind, Braelyn was her pet. She never really controlled the wolf, and Braelyn never controlled the feline - they just mutually followed one another. Though, there were times when Amaya would make strong suggestions. Often times, if the suggestion was not followed - a nip came soon after. But most recently, the pair had been moving together in peace. There was little to speak of currently as Braelyn caught the scent of a pack. She stopped in her tracks and lifted her head to rise above the feline's (not like that was a challenge) and turned to face the cat. "Amaya... Pack lands..." The leopard also stopped as she turned her head to look towards the pack lands. The desert looked barren, with little to interest her. She knew that the wolf needed others like her. She didn't need Amaya as much as she needed other dogs. Dark eyes looked up to her partner, then back over the sands of the desert.
"I guess it is time.." Amaya nudged for the wolf to go ahead and make it towards the border. They had been staying away from all packs for a very long time. And lately, Braelyn had been much more talkative about Sitka - missing him, needing affections the feline refused to assist with, and many other things. Amaya would never understand the dealings of the dogs and their packs. Instead, she would allow the wolf her time to be more of a wolf than she had been in weeks. Braelyn moved her paws over the borderline, one following the other. She didn't know the pack customs or rules, as she had never truly been taught how to be a pack wolf. She knew how to hunt and to fight, but she did not know etiquette when requesting to join a new pack. Finally she stopped, the feline still standing beyond the claim on the lands. Braelyn turned to look at her friend, but soon turned back. She was not going to force the feline to come with her, and so - she continued walking deeper and deeper into the territory. It was not hard for Amaya to keep a watchful eye on the canine, and she did so - never trusting wolves when they gathered in groups. They were a much larger danger to the both of them.
Words: 444 | Tags: Kharak