stars-Sam I knew that there was very little going on here at the moment. Winter had come to us here and it was a time that horses fought for grass and palces to graze, in order to live. Because of this, I was constantly on edge. Somethign told me that someone unfreindly lurked in my parts of the land, but i knew not what told me.
Ailio seemed content to stay near me, and i did not mind really. her pups were maturing and I had a bit of fun playing with them. I was worried though. This winter was tough.
Snow fell thickly throughout the night, but being a hell horse had its uses. I simply had to roll and the snow melted away under me. All my mares found that a good thing.
Post by Rosey-Lew ^.^ on May 15, 2010 19:03:37 GMT 8
A large form was crashing through the trees, obviously, it was intent on getting to it's destination, not bothered about the damage or disruption he was causing. His black bodice, coated with the odd red hair, crushed firmly against the young, snow coated trees, some shuddered and fell, others were strong enough to remain standing. His eyes, red as hell itself, were clouded with a near constant fog of fury, obviously, he was of Hellion heratidge, his tail and mane were streaked with fire, his skin burned like lava. The snow melted around his hooves, with a near inaudable sound. His 25.3hh made his formidable, the birds squealed thier fear and fleed the trees, thier rapid wings irritating Calypso further.
It was now that he broke through the trees, breathing heavily, chest pulsing with the sighs that broke from his lungs. His teardrops were flared, steam drifting from them, the high tempriture reacted with the cold atmosphere, and a light mist of steam rolled from his skin. He spotted the hellion then, and his muscular neck arched as he approached, his audits winding back into his mane as he trotted forward, his pace, was now nearly silent, and the change in his approach was unnerving. He snorted loudly, lifting his skull and puffing out his chest. He was in the mood for a fight, and he was adamant that this was where he would get it.
Stars-Sam I heard the sound of a stallion coming and threw up my head. Who ever he was, this was not going to go unpunished, him coming onto my part of the land. A good thing Cadifor had never seen me fight. The sight would have given him quite the fright.
My nostrils flared as I searched for the stallions scent. Then my ears went back as I recognised the smell. A hellion was coming, and I knew that this horse was bigger than some that I knew. Then again, I myself was big, standing just over 24 hands. My black flame mane and tail rippled in the weak winter sunlight as he came into sight.
he was a little bigger than me, but we would match in strength. "Who dares enter my part of these lands?" I asked, my tone was threatening. I would not let this horse pass through.
Post by Rosey-Lew ^.^ on May 15, 2010 19:22:10 GMT 8
The stallion's well-shaped skull arched backward, his chin tucking, lips wrinkling away from his teeth as he snarled his reply. "I'm Calypso, I need not to ask who you are, Stars-Sam." He growled, his skull lowered to the other stag's level, audits laced back into his mane. His mane and tail seemed to be glowing brighter, as if they were the embers on a fire ready to burst into flame. He clenched his teeth together, lifted a front hoof, crushing it back to the ground with a dry, dull 'crack', to get the stallion to reply. His paperthins flared, and he exhaled with a sigh, steam once again drifting from his nares. He knew that he recognised this hellion from somwhere, from where he didn't quite know. He flicked his auds lightly, before they pressed back into his mane.
Stars-Sam "Lucky for you, I felt like being nice, Calypso. I remember you. You made me very angry once. I never forgive one when they cause that to happen with me. You should leave, before i get angry with you again."
My ears went back and my lips pulled back, revealing my teeth. I would not let anything happen in my parts of the land. "Watch where you're walking, will you?"
Oh how I hated hellion horses who thought that I should bow to them. I was glad none of my mares were here with me yet. They would be soon and I had a feeling he was going to pick a fight with me.
Post by Rosey-Lew ^.^ on May 16, 2010 17:35:44 GMT 8
Calypso's red eyes rolled in thier sockets at Star-Sam's words. He did not answer to him, he didn't have to obey. He snarled his responce; "I do not answer to you, stag, to the best of my knowlege, you did as much to me as I did to you." He thrust his skull backward, so that it was arched over his neck. He snorted as the hellion told him to watch where he was walking, he lifted his hoof very deliberatley, and crushed it to the ground, causing dirt to shudder from the ground. He glared at Stars-sam, his uadits pressed back, his mane and tail glowing brighter as his anger hightened. He knew that him and Star-Sam used to be as close as brothers, but that had all changed now.
Stars-Sam My teeth were bared within a second. "I believe you have to as you are trespassing on another stallion's territory, unlike myself." My anger was heightening and i knew his was as well. "We used to get along so well once. Though I know that changed because we had different views on some matter. Can we not put that behind us, old freind?"
Post by Rosey-Lew ^.^ on May 16, 2010 17:58:46 GMT 8
Calypso's growl echoed lightly in his words, his anger once again burning stronger in his heart. He didn't respond however, he simply glared at Stars-sam, his heart thudding in his chest, his lungs expanding with each breath as he listened. His handsome skull lowered at his words, it was true. But the last two words were too much. Calypso was not his friend. His mane and tail burst into flame, as if they had been lit by a match. His eyes burned, and it was apparant that he had lost his temper completely. He stepped back, a shudder rolling through his bodice, wheeling around, so that he wasn't facing Stars-Sam. He snarled his words. "I. Am Not. Your Friend." He stood for a few more moments, before turning back to face him. His coat still smoulderd, the falme in his tasil licking against his pelt.
ooc ;; hope you don't mind me joining! i haven't really got much going on elsewhere...
The scent of a foreign stallion had entered the large silver stallion's nose. Though he knew Stars-Sam could handle himself, he figured he should check in to the matter. He did not want to risk the safety of anyone who dwell on his lands. As he grew closer to the scene, he heard words laced with anger and possibly hatred. He could make out which one was Stars-Sam. But who was the other? They were both glowing red, and Cadifor knew his hunch about Stars-Sam had been correct. A hell horse. But he did not mind. Not all hell horses were blood-thirsty, nasty pieces of shit. Cadifor laughed at the thought. Never did he use such foul language when speaking or thinking of another equine of any form.
He stopped a few yards from the arguing pair and waited, contemplating the best way to handle this situation. "Pardon my interruption, but seeing as I am the owner of these lands, would it be possible for you to take this dispute elsewhere?" If the strange stallion turned and challenged him, Cadifor would not accept, of course. He had no place in this fight, he just did not want it taking place in his valley, whether Stars-Sam was the leader of this small section of not. The valley was his, and he was not going to risk the safety of his family, or the land in general. Hopefully this stranger would recognize the concern for safety for his loved ones, if he had any mercy in him, and agree to take the fight elsewhere. Cadifor knew Stars-Sam would listen to him, or else he would lose his sub-herding privileges.
Stars-Sam I heard Cadifor turn up and quickly turned to him. "I do not plan on fighting him here. Cadifor." No I would not dare to fight about something with someone in a land I did not own personally. That was something I would never get in the habit of doing.
Looking directly at Calypso, I added. "We should take this elsewhere, Calypso. I know you wish to fight with me, but I will not fight you while i am in my home. Let us take this to Bimbisaar, old freind. You know we once were freinds, so what you say is not true."