Zoe followed them, trying her best to stay with them. But it was clear she was slowly them down, but she still didn't give up.
She froze, eyeing the man and mare, watching the huge stallion attack with her new mother by his side. "Wow," she gushed, looking over at Ghost with a wagging tail. "I reckon I could do that," she grinned and flopped onto her side under the rocks. "When I'm bigger," she said wriggling to itch her back.
Clearwater I turned back to the others, my new family, a smile on my face as I walked beside the chestnut stallion. His hide was almost the same shade as my fur. "when did the men come again? What were they after?" I asked as we moved towards the other two wolves. "They were after a few of my foals." Sorrel smiled though, reaching down to rub his head along my back, and tugged at one of my ears softly. "Thank you, for helping me." "You could have handled them," I replied, before looking at the others. "These are Ghost - my mate - and Zoe. Her parents were slain by humans and I had adopted her as my own." "Welcome to both of you. I am Sorrel king of these lands. You are both very welcome here."
Post by .:Phantom:. on Jul 18, 2010 10:56:19 GMT 8
Ghost walked in, taking his time, admiring the beauty. He watched as horse and wolf, teamed up to take over the humans. The stallion was walking beside his beloved one, Clearwater. "Hello, Sorrel. Thank you for welcoming us into your lands," he said, bowing to the stallion. He noticed that Clearwater called him her mate, and he smiled, not knowing before that she thought of him as this yet.
Ghost smiled as he saw Zoe, saying that she could do the same thing. Of course, she would grow up to be big and strong, and she would be an expert hunter. In this pack of three, much could be accomplished in a human attack. He felt so safe here, so at ease.
He walked up to Clearwater. "These are indeed the most beautiful lands I have come to," he said with a warm smile, nuzzling her gently.
Zoe wagged her tail, looking at the huge stallion being sprining up and licking his nose. "Hello," she giggle, running off with her tail held high before running and falling to a heap beside Clearwater and looked over at Sorrel lazily. "I'm Zoe," she rested her head on her small paws, tounge lolling out of her mouth in a wolfy grin.
Ghost chuckled lightly as Zoe jumped up playfully and licked Sorrel's nose. Hilarious was this young wolf pup. She reminded him much of himself when he was a pup, all full of fun and games. Zoe seemed to have plenty of energy, as a young pup should and loved everyone around her. Ghost was very proud to be the new father of this bright young one.
The young fae giggled, leaping up to tug at his ear in return before landing and wagging her bum in the air. "I like you Sorrel," she declaired and span at the sound of hoof beat.
Dark Sunrise appeared, her long banner floating behind her. She approached Sorrel and ignored the wolves. "My king," she said and shot a look at the wolvesm eyeing the white male and russet fae. Her gaze dropped to the wriggling pup and she sighed before speaking. "I," she started "am Dark Sunrise, queen of these lands."
Post by .:Phantom:. on Jul 19, 2010 22:47:46 GMT 8
Ghost saw as the stallion snorted and tugged on her ear gently. He smiled as he saw the two playing, horse and wolf. In the distance, he heard hoof beats, and they were coming closer. As he turned around, he put his guard up, ready to protect his family by any means necessary. Then, he noticed that it was a fae, probably a horse living here. As she spoke, he learned that the queen of this territory was before him. "Hello, Dark Sunrise," Ghost said bowing to her.
"it is nice to see you again, Dark Sunrise, though you have not seen me before. I am Clearwater, and I can promise you that there is no chance of us ever attacking a member of these lands. Equine anyways. I for one only hunt fish."
I smiled, hoping not to offend her.
Sorrel smiled, looking from me to his queen. "Everyone will learn to trust each other, I am sure. You wolves are welcome here, but do not do anything to anger any of the horses here."
Ghost looked up at the lovely queen. "This I know is true. No horse shall be hurt. I only hunt rabbits and some deer, which are plentiful everywhere," he said with a smile. He surely hoped that they did not mind his carnivorous ways. The pup would chow on the larger things that he would hopefully catch.
The horses already had the trust of Ghost. If Clearwater knew they were good, they must be.