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1 Tangled In The Great Escape (Daiken) on Wed Jun 12, 2013 8:43 pm

Early morning traffic had taken longer than she suspected. She ended up falling into a deep sleep against the taxi's door, and woke up to a startle when it came to a immediate stop. Her hair looked like it had been tossed with wind over and over again, and she couldn't feel her legs. The two were surrounded by wilderness and little civilization, though she did not mind it. Sometimes a little too much city life could get to a shifter's head, she presumed. The taxi driver, a colored elderly man with a wiry grey beard opened her door first, letting her and Daiken remove themselves from the car. Her feet touched surface again and a shock of agony ran up her right leg. Noctavia groaned, stretching out her limbs as she walked weirdly in circles to wake up the sleeping leg of hers. The opposing pack's territory was not far, and she knew that by just taking a whiff of their distant scent. She stood on guard, keeping her eyes peeled and hair tucked behind her ears to hear for any sign of them approaching. Noctavia handed the man a wad of money without counting and waved off his interruption to say it was too much. He grabbed her hand, placing it between both of his wrinkly tender ones, shaking it and thanking her generously. 

At last, she saw the taxi drive back down the road, shrinking to the size to a speck of dust and then nothing but the open road. Getting back she did not think of. She would just have to run and pick up a ride once they are done here. Now that she had caffeine in her system. staying awake and lively enough to capture a few doe wouldn't be an issue. The grass was no longer dark green, for it was a lighter shade and from every direction, blooms of lime colored leaves grew upon any surface. Dusting off some of the residue from her jacket, she muffled her words over to the male. "Welcome to Finaqua, Daiken. Now, before we get ahead of ourselves, you must stay close. This place has a lot of twists and turns and many never come out from getting lost of their directions. I've been here before, and discovered what a rare amount of shifters like me- Correction, us have managed to do. Come on." In a fast trot, she neared over to the railroads that led into a set of tunnels encased with the same evergreen leaves, letting Daiken choose his own pace to follow up behind her.


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2 Daiken on Wed Jun 12, 2013 11:46 pm

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He looked surprised at her as she lifted up from the bench and walked away. All of sudden she wanted to hunt. He was more a relaxed and calm kind of guy, still, he also could grab a bite. There was plenty of food around them and it was also a good time to hunt some human over there. Where were they going? Not caring in the reason, he finished his latte in one gulp and threw it in a trash can at his left side. He moved towards Noctavia and stepped into the Taxi, amused by the way she whistled to call it.
 
He looked at the window the entire ride, staring the tall building over his head and constructions. ‘A very good place to train a little...’ He thought amused in the way he could need to scale to reach the top, and the faces of some viewers watching a black beast climbing a building vertically without effort. He chuckled at the idea and listed it in his ‘things to do someday’ list. He has all the time that immortality had to offer. He glanced at Noctavia, discovering he was asleep against the window. He would usually turned his sight the other way and give her some intimacy as anyone would like to have while sleeping, but he didn’t. Surprised by his own action, he looked at her traits and characteristics, taking her curves and soft pale skin. Her black soft hair and her now closed emerald eyes. ‘Daiken!’ The voice in his head snapped bringing him to reality again. Why he was staring at her like that? What the hell was that?! He sighted and tried to push away the thought thanking Slayer for warning him, but the image of her in his mind was still there.
 
The finally reached a natural and very green open area and the Taxi stopped. Before he could wake the Alphess she opened her eyes by her own and quickly stepped outside as the old driver opened the door for her. He moved after her, his black boots crushing the tiny leaves at his feet. Daiken waited patiently looking at Noctavia paying the man and him thanking her, a lot. He stared at the cab as it disappeared from his sight, noticing Noctavia doing the same. He moved his sight down at the places living floor and looked around, enlightened by the beautiful sight. He loved natural places like this, where the plants grow grateful and the air is pure and filled with the scent of so many things, living things. Trees, earth, animals, plants, flowers, water. He felt different in these places, alive, like all the things that surrounded him. Daiken took a deep breath and couldn’t prevent a truly happy smile crossing slightly his lips. Not like those fake smiles he tried hard to construct when he actually didn’t felt them. He looked up and the trees surrounded them in a tunnel like form, giving the place a greener look. Train riels making their ways through the tree tunnels, making them look forgotten and unused in such a long time. He wondered where the trains where now and to what magnificent places these rails would send anyone willing to follow them and get a little lost, just to be able to find themselves and a new propose.
 
Daiken even forgot that Noctavia was right at his back while being stunned with the place, her voice breaking through his thoughts as she welcomed him to ‘Finaqua’... Interesting name. He didn’t knew why the words ‘stay close’ ringed a bell in his head. Then, the word ’lost’ drove his attention and another smile crossed his lips. Exactly what he was thinking in doing, another thing written in his list. Looking at her, he suddenly had the thought that being lost in this beautiful place, with her, could turn to be very interesting. What? Again? What was with him and his weird thoughts? When did he imagined being happy with company? Something wasn’t wright with him. Maybe it was his lack of sleep. Yes, that was it, nothing else. Nothing... He sighted and shook his head slightly before following Noctavia along one of the railroads. The trees wrapped them in a green hug he accepted happy and waited to reach one of the new places destiny had for him.

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3 Re: Tangled In The Great Escape (Daiken) on Thu Jun 13, 2013 12:57 am

Three times their height, the overgrown living tunnels caved around them and riels that led to so many directions to where? She did not know and was curious to find out. Noctavia made a mental note to expand her horizons, take risks and complete more challenges her life was destined to face. Her pace slowed to admire the life-filled scene. Green was all the eye could see to go on to infinite lengths. The only other color in the area was their bodies and the slightly rusted tracks before them. A similar bubbly, water-like noise laced into her hearing's path, crashing like waves against rock inside. She knew what it was, where it was, and her destination was set. The Alpha female had only been here once, long before she even created a pack, all out of boredom and wanderlust mind. Through the creaks and broken gapes inside the walls, the stars over head glowed bright. Her eyes held their reflection, pulsing a vibrant green and twinkle to her black pupils. Although, they were still cloudy from waking up so quickly and when looking for so long, red blotches would appear in her vision. The region filled her thoughts with serenity. It was foreign to feel relaxed in the Neutrals, still knowing that there could be a surprise encounter with one of them or not.

An interception made her stop dead in her tracks. Where were they? Noctavia inhaled deeply, exhaling from her mouth as she closed her eyes in thought. Memories. Images flashed from the last time she stumbled aimlessly upon this place poured into her vision, spinning around her in spirals faster and faster from the back of her mind. A highlighted route from memory lite her mind, stretching right and left until it led to the lake towards the end of this maze. Opening her eyes, they flashed a bright green and a small gasp for air left her mouth. Noctavia snuck a glance behind her, pleased to see that Daiken was keeping up, or at least putting what is, some effort to staying close. "The walls are big enough for us to fit. Feel free to phase when you are want, but good luck keeping up." She rolled her shoulders back, dipping her head to face the floor as a silent growl rose from the pit of her stomach. Nails were the first to go like normal, then the feet and muscle structure. Canines the size of a human thumb sharpened behind her plump lips, round ears phased to a pair of pointed ones. Obsidian fur expanded over top of what was left of her pale flesh. What was once a small woman, was now a black beast that stood taller than a school bus.

The voices befriended her mind from which almost every shifter could not possess. Of course, with age came intelligence and strategic reasonings. She was, or she liked to think, was twice as much as Daiken and wouldn't be surprised if he was one of the many that could not understand his other half. Though, she couldn't say she was the greatest friends with the beast with all the headaches it..or they have caused. The fae lowed her head to meet the male's face, flicking back her ears. "There's a lake towards the center of these winding tunnels. Say the word and I'll take you there, but if I may warn you, I would much rather walk instead. You can ask me anything you like as long as I get to ask some things in return."


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He moved slowly, grabbing every view and scent Finaqua had to offer. He liked here, a lot. The tiny leaves under his feet crushed when he walked, being so little and flexible that they lifted themselves up when he moved on. This place was so alive and calm. He breathed deep and smiles again at the pure scent inside his nose, until another one made his way in. Noctavia’s smell took every part of his mind and his concentration flew to another thing another than the place, her. He turned to watch the thin figure moving along the riels before him and stared at her more time that what he expected.
 
He looked away from her ashamed by his own actions when she stopped in the middle of an interception. He looked at both sides waiting for her to determine which path to follow. Her voice made him look at her again and thought in the idea of shifting into his wolf form. He looked at her phasing into a big black wolf much taller than him, for now. He actually didn’t wanted to ruin his happy trip with Slayer pushing him every second. He did now, but being in his wolf form made the line between Slayer and his mind was almost invisible. He sighted and thought in a more positive option. Being in his wolf form would give him a better look at this beautiful place, the scent will be highlighted and the sound stronger than before. His yellow eyes will intensify every movement and thing this place had still to offer.
 
He maintained his spot without caring to move and waited for her to look at him again, now with the eyes of a wolf. Listening to her carefully he started thinking in any possible question he would like to be answered by her. He actually had none but he still made the effort to think in one. The best thing she could tell him right now was about her pack and maybe convince him to make a decision. He closed his eyes and spoke to Slayer with a warning. ‘You better don’t interfere in this trip, or you will be sorry. Just stay quiet as you always are. You never speak to me. I don’t know what is making you so chatty but, stop it!’ No reply was heard from Slayer and Daiken breathed relaxed. He stepped away some steps and started shifting into his true self. The one he always preferred and made him feel normal and complete. The hair in his head started expanding all over his body which grew in size and weight, turning darker and shiny, longer in his neck and middle of his chest, line a lion’s mane. His big furry tail grew moving to the sides and his hands turned into huge paws armed with extremely long and sharp black claws. Thanks to his assassin bloodline, his claws where much bigger than the ones of the other wolves, and his pelt dark as the night to be able to camouflage easily with it. His eyes turned more yellow but still with that green tone around his pupils, now slit and vertical like ones of a demon. His teeth growing in an incredible size, pointy and capable of breaking bones and steel like if it was a simple green branch. His huge tattoo almost unseen along that black pelt of his but anyone with good eye would be able to see his marks and curves along his right arm and frame. His almost unseen scars were now totally exposed, contrasting white pink from his dark pelt. A low and scaring snarl came from his throat, disappearing along the tunnel. Finally, his pointy ears perked to the front and his back and head straightened to show his 10.5 feet size as he looked at the Alphess in front of him.
 
A hot breath came from his snout as his mind spoke to her easily and confident. “I will do what you wish. We can go to that lake of yours or we can walk as you proposed. As for the questions, I don’t have any for the moment, but feel free to ask me whatever you want. I will reply with honesty and respect.” He waited for her to decide before moving along the tunnel again, now seeming smaller and weak. Every color and thing around him glowed filled with detail his human eyes didn’t saw before.

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5 Re: Tangled In The Great Escape (Daiken) on Sat Jun 15, 2013 1:29 am

She listened attentively to him, flicking her ears forward at her own loud paw-steps. Finaqua was an isolated region. Little movements or individuals could be seen or even heard due to it's power to mess with someone or something's mind. When Daiken finished Noctavia had already planned on what she would say to give the increasing conversation a spin. "Alright..." The Alphess nodded to the right tunnel, letting him go through and looking behind her for anything coming. Nothing came up so she continued, following up Daiken's side, her fur just barely touching the ends of his. It was so easy to get into his head. The voices that echoed off her mind spilled into his like newly made honey. To kick off her first set of questions, she held it in a joking yet curious manner. "Every shifter I come across these days seem to have a pet-name for their.." She trailed off to think of a neater term as stating the thing as a beast. "other side. I assume you have a special name for him or her..?" or they... Don't forget about us, Noctavia.... We're always here... The voices of her wolf cackled sinisterly off the very walls inside her head.

Her sharp canines rubbed against each other, sounding like a saw cut through a plank of wood behind her furry black lips. Yelling at her wolf now was pointless considering it never listens in the first place. Instead she ignored it, continuing her conversation before she went a-wall. "Before you can ask me the same, no. I don't. Unless you consider 'wolfie' a nickname for which honestly I don't. Giving my other half a nickname sounds childish. Not that I dislike shifters who name their other sides. It's actually a good thing. It leads me to know they accept what they are inside. Not the other way around, ya know?" Noctavia sped up to lead him further down the tunnel, taking a left and then another dead right as the smell of fresh water laced into her nostrils. They were getting closer, and time for talking would soon end once the two could find their prize for an earlier breakfast. 

Now that the wolf was making more than a few arrivals in her day, she suspected a full moon would be approaching. Usually it was quite common for her to notice it was coming soon due to her other half's irritating comments. She knew it was only a warning in advanced, but at a time like this, it was best to stay silent when she's in her mood to persuade. When her eyes would lock onto something possibly valuable, which was very rare, Noctavia won't stop until she gets it. The next thing she knew is that her eyes stayed focused onto Daiken, studying his every move with small glances to see how well he controlled himself. "That's another thing. How are you and your wolfie in agreeing with each other? You don't appear like the shifter who would know how to keep himself under control in certain environments. Like for example... your first shift. What was it like?"


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The black beast walked at her side, sniffing the air between moments to grab all the scents around them. Her fur slightly touching his while the tiny leaves of the tunnel brushed his other side. The ghost of a smile crossed his wolf face for just a second. He felt good here, relaxed and calmed. His senses highly improved and his strong and flexible muscles moved effortless through the riels. With her first question, he looked at her with the corner of his yellowish eyes. Have a special name? Pet-name? He felt how Slayer growled inside his head. Daiken thought the same. He was not a pet, but part of him. They were different but at the same time the same, both trapped in the same body and sometime taking turn to control it as they pleased. Right now, Slayer didn’t liked a bit what Daiken was doing. His thoughts moved easily to her mind, responding her question. ‘I never put him a name in my own. I just asked him and he told me he didn’t had one. Later, when we talked a bit more, he wanted me to call him Slayer. I thought it fitted perfectly for him.’ He paused a bit remembering that conversation. The first years they talked a lot, even when he was still a mere child and not even 10, he could always feel Slayer waiting for the day he could finally shift into his true self and connect with Daiken totally. But since his pack died, he turned more cold and quiet. He could pass months and don’t say a single word to him. He actually missed his voice, still, he always advised him right when he needed it. But why did he hated Noctavia so much? He couldn’t understand why and he never gave him a good answer. Okay, she was the Alphess of the ‘evil’ pack, but that didn’t meant she was not like him or any other werewolf, and Slayer shouldn't care about that, at the contrary.

 
So her wolf never asked for a name, or didn’t want one. He thought how he would call Slayer if it was not by his name. ‘You’ wasn’t very tempting or correct. Accept their other side? It was hard to accept there were wolves that didn’t do that. He had met some of them in his trips and they usually maintained angry and unstable. Their wolf side always pushing into their mind craving to be free or at least respected. That wolves thought they were superior and jailed their inside beast, turning him into a fight dog waiting to come out and kill everything in their path. ‘We get along pretty well, although he usually doesn’t talk to me anymore. We are very similar in all characteristics, obviously since he born from me, or the other way around. The only difference is that he’s much more cynical and sadist than me. He doesn’t care who he fights or kill. In fact, he loves that, to feel the life of his victim disappear as his fangs destroy every part of it. Sometimes I even doubt he has any feelings rather than hate and anger, but he does.’ A snarl cut his thought as Slayer warned him to don’t step into that theme. He suffered the same as him when their pack was assassinated. His mate’s wolf side loved Slayer and his cubs even more. It passed just a year when they finally turned for the first time and their wolf side woke up, meeting Slayer and their mother in their true form. He never felt Slayer’s feeling of love and happiness grew that much, just like his for his family. They both changed radically after what happened, turning cold, selfish, and cynic toward everyone, including themselves. They both blamed themselves for don’t protecting what was so important for them and with the time they also blamed each other. Many years passed after Slayer talked to him again, or was him that talked to his wolf part again? He couldn’t remember.
 
He gave a careless half smile at her words and closed his eyes, walking through the green tunnel. ‘I think I had been able to control myself, or Slayer, pretty well. We don’t need to push the other apart. He likes to relax and leaves me to handle everything outside. Of course he also likes to take the control sometimes and be him who leads. When we does, he doesn’t need to talk, I just feel him growing anxious and I move away and let him took full control and do what he wants. After some hours, days or even weeks, he gets bored and we change again. The times that we don’t agree with each other are counted.’ This was one of them. An amused thought crossed his mind as a smile moved up the ends of his dark lips. Maybe with this he could end up getting along with Noctavia and accept her. Actually, it had been a while since he came out. 'You could ask him what my first shift was like. It will be interesting hearing it from him due to the fact that that was the time he first appeared, physically...’ Before he opened his mind’s door to Slayer, he made him promise to don’t do anything reckless. ‘You need to give me your word you will not walk away from her or even thing in hurting her. I know you don’t like her but I’m happy with her company and I’m liking this walk. Don’t ruin everything.’ He waited for his reply patiently when a cold ‘Fine, you have my word’ was enough for him and changed places with Slayer. 
 
His eyes turned dark orange, almost red, his look cold and wild, one that doesn’t care in ripping everyone in pieces just because they are in his way. His head moved up and to one side cracking his vertebrae and then moved his full body in a wave, his back and shoulders also cracking as he felt how much time he had been ‘sleep’ and not in control of his own body. A snarl cut the silence inside the tunnel as a big yawn arranged his jaws showing his razor fangs. Slayer took a deep breath and sensed the place around him. Daiken was right, this place was pretty relaxing. He eyed the Alphess coldly and careless, not a bit like the way Daiken does. He turned to see the front again and continue walking. Even his aura changed, it was cold and more powerful. This was the mere beast in control of his own body that he was just lending to Daiken. He didn’t like to change minds when he was in his human form, the one that was really owned by Daiken. ‘I don’t know what the hell you want me to talk with her Daiken.’ Daiken was calmed and at the back now, looking and feeling everything Slayed did, ready to jump in and step him away if he did something he would not like. ‘Just answer her questions. I’m sure she has some for you.’ Slayer walked quiet trying to don’t touch Noctavia in the process, but also didn’t care much if he did.

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7 Re: Tangled In The Great Escape (Daiken) on Wed Jun 19, 2013 9:10 am

"Slayer... Hm..." The name dribbled into the back of her mind, waking up the voices as their interest had finally taken interest into the ebony brute. She has expected his side to be agressive, arrogant and incompetent with his actions like any other wereling's half. It always came with a price. Out of the rare few amount, someone was bound to be given the strength and intelligence to get along with their side no matter how much they held hatred for it. Though, she could not say that for herself. She was proud of what she is inside and out. Her actions, her words, her finess or grace, and great power behind a pretty and underestimating face. Noctavia had the looks any woman could get for and it was true. And trail of broken or un-beating hearts were always left behind by the ones who failed to impress her, mortal and immortal. She sighed before continuing, sneaking a glance to Daiken as he finished his words. "It seems you got the luck of the draw then. It didn't take me long for wolfie and I to of gotten along depending on our days together in high school, no granted, I'm older than you think, but believe it or not, the wolf me helped me get through high school in one piece without trying to kill someone in class. That was for later though when the parties were dispersing and everyone went their separate ways. Every individual that tried to even touch me, intimately or a punch to the face, would die that same night so I don't have to see them the next day. We get along fairly if I must say so myself, though I don't enjoy the headaches he..or she brings me."


Noctavia flicked her ears forwards, coming to a stop and turning right with Daiken to follow up next to her. Not just hers, but the voices of wolfie perked up at the decision Daiken was willing to face in changing bodies. She hadn't intentionally expected to meet his real beast just yet, but might as well take the advantage of it before knowing he should be in her pack. Not that it made a difference, either way he would be rulled over by an Alpha of great power and she hated to admit that Gabriel was just as strong, maybe even stronger in which she envied deeply. "I would be pleased to speak with Slayer if you don't mind, please, come chat a little why doesn't he. I have a few questions for him in mind that I think would give me a lot more information about yourself and skills to follow." Waiting, the Alphess rolled back her shoulders and heard a set of loud popping and cracking noise from bones. She shook her head slightly and narrowed her gaze. ....Rusty are we...., Noctavia...? The voices whispered in a slow cackle. But when she looked up, she noticed it was not her making the sounds, for it was the large male next to her. Her eyes traced the edges of muscle in the mid of his upper-back, watching them flex into position and harden like the body of a demon.

As the other situated himself in Daiken's skin, the voices in her head could no longer contain their excitement. She believed it was strange, foreign all most to know that her mind actually held another feeling but seriousness and sarcasm. I must speak to this, Slayer. Let me out, Noctavia. They growled and bit at her chest from the inside out, she remained calm though. This was probably the highlight of her morning so far and she wasn't going to let that be ruined by how attracted the voices were to Slayer. She wasn't stupid, but sure as Hell curious. When she thought of why her other side was this way, the blood in her veins boiled and she yelled furiously to them. How dare you think such things! Just because its that time of year does not mean you can bring your thoughts into mine! Her eyes widened and the coffee in her stomach started to spin as the grotesque images of the two of the them together flashed into the back of her mind. All the voices did was laugh hysterically, enjoying her out most and utter rage. Thankfully, she brought herself back to normality and straightened her posture to speak to Slayer without taking her anger out on him. "So you're the beast behind the body, huh? Hm..I expected someone to be much more...arrogant. How come you're behaving so nicely, Slayer? We're both friends here, show your true colors and stay a while. I'd love to see how angry you can get with me." Brushing her body close to the ends of his fur, she snuck a sinister glance in his direction and a tilt of her smile crossed her lips. "I was wondering what your first time was like. Do tell."


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Slayer watched her without emotion, looking how she argued with her wolf. He could sense her growing anxious inside her. He let out a careless sight and kept moving calmed and confident into the tunnel. He didn’t liked being so close to this female but he gave his word to Daiken to stay here and don’t do a shit. What was the point of letting him out if he couldn’t do what he wanted, which now was to move away from her and go taste some blood. He hadn’t killed some humans in a long time and the thought was like tasting just made honey. His claws made a metallic sound as they touched one of the rusted rails under him.
 
He eyed the Alphess with the corner of his crimson eye, not bothering in turning his head to face her, and heard her words without the single interest. She sounded as presumptuous and arrogant as she wanted him to be. He couldn’t find what Daiken saw in her that made him so imbecile. Anger? He would never get angry for such a stupid thing. A weary grumble left his dark lips as she asked him to show his true feelings.  “Hmp. I’m not angry with you. I simple don’t tolerate your company. If it was for me, I would have been long gone from you, but I gave my word to Daiken to stay, and a promise is a big deal for me. I can’t handle a liar just like I can’ handle  your energy. It’s pretty distracting.” Why the hell he needed to explain himself. His large fangs moved along his jaw, sounding like a chainsaw against another.
 
He ignored her touch as well as her glance. He was not that easily to be provoked. He didn’t care about her of what she did. Maybe he could make her hate Daiken and leave him alone. ‘Stop it Slayer.’ Daiken heard his idea, warning him not do a thing to her. He was considering this pack as well, but if Slayer did something that the Alphess would not like, that choice was gone for good. Slayer gave a low growl in annoyance and forgot about Daiken, hearing her last mandate. So now he needed to answer her every command? “As you please dame” he teased her. “I was always with Daiken, in his thoughts, guiding him whenever he screwed it. In 1878, when he was 14 years old, the moon pushed me out of his mind as my real body took over his, just like any other werewolf. It hurt like hell, for both of us, but we managed to surpass it and don’t make a single nose. I was surprised by his determination and endurance. Usually every wereling tries to prevent their wolf side to take the control. Because Daiken and I already knew well each other, he didn’t put any resistance. I moved along the other Kazeshini in the hunt. Our bloodline just hunted other hunters in that rite, human hunters, the ones that made our life impossible during the 1860s. The Kazeshine who kill the most hunters, are the more respected ones and are quickly ascended along the ranks of the pack. Daiken was the grandson of the alpha in that time, as well as his brother Tanken, so they both needed to give the example and be the ones who killed the most quantity of hunters, and they did, Daiken winning over his brother. He didn’t care of course. They were twins and loved each other more than anyone inside the clan.” Slayer stopped a moment, remembering those years where both brothers were inseparable. He would never forget how all that changed so quickly. “I helped Daiken with all my force in that hunt, and he was more than grateful for that. The night ended and we became one, changing whenever he needed or I asked him to. He never pushed me away, always letting me step in when I wanted.” He glanced at the female just to see if she took the time to put a bit of attention. She asked him to tell about his first appearance, and he gave her more than that. The history of Daiken was somewhat private. He didn’t like and never cared in sharing it with anyone rather than his own pack, which was later killed. And that massacre had never being old to anyone, and he will not be the one to tell it to her. He gave her another grumble before looking back to the front. The smell of water getting even closer. He could even take a bath later.

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9 Re: Tangled In The Great Escape (Daiken) on Sun Jun 23, 2013 3:04 am

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"What made you believe that I thought you were angry with me? I simply was wanting to see your true side and not what Daiken was asking politely for you to do. It is your body is it not? My point exactly. See, wolfie would love to meet you, but I do not trust them at the moment. Usually if I let them free, there is not telling what they will do, say, or think when I'm not around. If I'm so distracting, maybe you should turn back and head home, because kid, I'm here to stay. Your company however allurs me. I wish to know more about you, and I expect for a brute of many like you to expect the same from me as well as my other side." Noctavia stopped herself, knowing her words were coming to a provoking state. She meant no harm to come between them, but this conversation was stretching longer than she had planned. She certainly would not have expected Daiken to of freely let Slayer roam trusted in his personal body, not even herself trusted the voices inside her head, especially with mating season just around the corner. The Alphess sighed slowly, keeping up at Slayer's side, but trying her best to reach into her mind for the Daiken that was still partially active. As Slayer narrated not only his, but Daiken's past, her ears trained attentively and infatuated with such valuable information. A smile crossed over her features at how similar his feelings were into changing for the first time. Noctavia remembered how much she craves to shift once the voices made their first appearance inside her head. At the age of ten, they practically guided her through school work, let alone tricking some of her family pack members with her talent of compulsive lies. Those were the good days, being young again however brought back too many memories to constantly be reminded of. One of the many reasons she hated bringing up her past, though, the tale of her first shift she always loved to speak about. It left them afraid, yet on their feet in case she was to do anything to indicate she was about to kill or threaten someone. Her attention sparked at the realization that Daiken wasn't the only one. "Tanken... I never knew he had a brother, let alone shared a tight bond. I would have never of known due to how well he takes care of himself, but I'm sure you help him a lot with that. From what I know of, I don't have any siblings. I was my parent's first and next in line to be ruler once I was to be married, which is funny considering I don't see myself with a mate anytime soon. They would probably assign me another pack's Alpha's son to join packs, which in my opinion is an outrage. But wait, what am I saying, you don't care...do you?,"

"Of course he doesn't give a shit, Noctavia. We don't give a shit, he doesn't give a shit, and neither do you. Never have, never will. All males are worthless to be given such attention and to this day it still surprises me that others find what we will never discover. It rots your mind and distracts you from the goal you wish to push yourself to. Your parents chose your path and we were smart enough to deny it and make everyone afraid to step near. Nothing will change that, so don't even bother trying to believe it could still happen for us." The voices growled in unison, nodding as they knew they were right and they were. Daiken was only one of the two that managed to make her stay and listen. Ryker, her Beta male being the other. "I reckon its my turn..very well..." Noctavia released a small sigh, thinking back to the day like it was only last week, still fresh in her mind for it was something she refused to forget behind. "At the harvest moon or Halloween night, I had been born and given the name, Noctavia Alexandria Dark. My name, Noctavia, meaning 'a new beginning' symbolized the next generation to come for the Dark pack. I was to then rule, like I said, once I married a powerful Alpha like the ancestors before me. Since the day I was able to be put into schooling, I was given training courses so when the time came, I'd be ready and be able to control what I was to become like the rest of shifter race. But, once the voices started popping up, I grew distant and reckless. However, I dont' regret what I did in the past or what I do now or how I act towards others. With the wolf's help I was able to keep up on my studies, maintaining an straight A report card throughout school and college. Anyway, on my thirteenth birthday, I was dragged carelessly by two of our pack's leading guardians passed territory lines for they knew Alpha blood ran in my veins. The different types of outcomes were endless. They locked be away into one of their underground chambers, strapping steel cuffs that hooked to the wall to both my ankles and wrists. It was painful I won't deny, but it acted like a drug, getting its high and feeling something take your mind to a whole another level. As the moon went over, they took place of my body, causing my heart rate to rise at rapid speed and my strength to heighten. Eventually, the steel cuffs broke and the chamber collapse after I made a mess of it. Of couse, I had been blacked out at the time, so it reminds me of a hangover. When I woke, my body was covered in dirt and unknown blood and I was laying in the middle of our pack's neighboring forest. It felt amazing. My packmembers had feared my return, along with my parents. Even as a teenager, I was able to pry the truth from one of them, being told that I had killed one of the guardian males that went to check up on me as well as a family of four. After a while, no one began to trust me, but as I grew to a woman, I admired their share of rumors about me and my parent's fear over me overwhelmed my spirits the most whenever I came home unexpectedly. As their soon-to-be Alphess, the pack went on strike and my Alpha parents had no other choice but to exile me. Can you believe that? Ha. Their own daughter and future Alpha female. A disgrace. And tilted demon's spawn for life,"

She spat angrily as she walked down the tunnel at the ground before continuing. "Pathetic. They call themselves greatness, but all the really are are pups that can't keep their tails from staying between their legs. I choose not to believe that before I was born that my family's pack was the most feared in all of northern New York region. Bravehearts had always been our enemy, both for the Dark pack, and Eternal Darkness. It wasn't always like that though. Gabriel and I used to be common acquaintances back when I moved to the city. The Dark pack had always been foes with them, but I was not. When I was exiled, Gabriel and I met out of coincidence. Not friends, just two Alphas who didn't know which way was left from right. In the late 1970's we decided to meet up along with his friend for a game of cards and a drink or two. Things acted all fine and dandy till his companion started taking chances on me by touching me underneath the table and grabbing my leg. Secretly, I played along, allowing him to rest his hand where he pleased, but when Gabriel got up to use the restroom, I asked his friend if he wanted to go outside so I could have a smoke. Of course he followed, if only he held any intelligence. At moment's notice, I ripped out his windpipe and killed him instantly. Eventually Gabriel found the body, we fought and went our separate ways without a word to be said. Man, you are lucky I like you because I haven't even told my packmembers that story. Still bugs me to know I was friends with that man."


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10 Daiken on Mon Jun 24, 2013 3:59 am

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He stopped his walk and turned to face the Alphess blankly. "My true side? Trust? Hump. Trust is something you need to give first in order to recieve it. Daiken trusted me before our first transformation. With that, I trusted him and protect him always, including his mental health. I do what I want, and at the same time is something Daiken also likes, even if he doesn't want to admit it. We respect each other, especially the promises made. I told you once, I'm faithful to my word, and so is Daiken. I don't like to repeat myself. You want to see my true side, here it is. If you wan't to see that sadistic beast that doesn't give a hell about what heart is inside his fangs, then give me a reason for it. I, we, don't act like demons just because that's how we are or because we like it. My reason is my past, our past. Daiken also has a terrible side, maybe as cynical as mine, and you really would not like to see it, and I doubt you will ever be able to do it. There is just one thing that puts Daiken, and me in that state and it's long gone now." Slayer sighted and kept moving. What the hell did she knew? And because of that, how the hell did he expected her to understand? 

'Slayer. Everything alright?' Daiken knew this conversation was not something Slayer or he liked. All this conversation was just digging deeper into their past, one that they had been buring for so long just to forget it. 'Yes.' Was his only reply. He listened to the female as she talked about Tanken, his blood boiled inside him with the memories. Daiken also flinched with his name and then listened to her own story, including the fact she didn't expected a mate. It was still hard to know why his mind focused in that small details but that made him get so confused. Slayer also payed attention but in fact, he didn't gave a shit about it, just like she asked at the end. "True. I don't have anything to care for, not a family, not relationships, nothing. That's why it had been so simple to change places between us. I don't have anything to make Daiken worry about what I could do when I'm in control of our bodies. There is just one single thing that has been keeping me and Daiken to live, one single goal. We will not deceive until we complete what we had been wanting to do for so long. Before you can ask what is that important goal, please let me answer that question with a simple desire: Revenge. So cliche right? Although, I know this personal information you are telling, could be of interest for Daiken. He still cares about that trivial things that just make him unfocuss in the plan."

He turned slightly to look at her at some point while she related her own past. Very little interest rising slightly with the mention about her wolf part. It was comond but at the same time unnatural to lock and chain a werewolf in their first transformation. "The Kazenishi never lock, or locked, the new werewolves. They needed to control their own impulses and the ones around him or her where also needed to contein and calm the newborn. If both roles failled and the user lost his or her mind completelly, they also loose their lives in hands of the Betas. That way, they where sure there were only strongwill and controlled werewolves that were going to keep in high the bloodline last name. We don't know or even care if that's still the tradition of the clan. We haven't heard of them in a long time since..." Slayer stopped. He didn't wanted to go there. Not now, not ever. If this story was ever going to be tell, it would be Daiken the one to do it.

Her next story was even more interested, for Daiken of course. He knew Gabriel was the Alpha of Braveheart, but never that both rival Alphas had this kind of story. "And why do I have the honor to hear this story no packmate know of yet? If you don't mind me to ask, why exactly did you killed this Alpha's friend? Just because he stated touching you without your permission? If that's the case, I most say I'm pretty surprissed. It's also a very valuable information." Slayer was teasing Daiken, like 'hey! carefull bud, don't try anything!'. He moved slowly. Now a little more relaxed knowing this female a bit more, but still. He didn't liked being near her.

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11 Re: Tangled In The Great Escape (Daiken) on Mon Jun 24, 2013 7:42 pm

"Why?" Noctavia stopped walking, peering to the arch of the long tunnel covered in lime colored leaves as she tried to search an answer. Unfortunately, she didn't. Nothing came up, but the possibility that she trusts him to understand from where she was coming from. This was the most she had ever spoken of her past, let alone the story of both Gabriel and her. But, that would mean the Alphess herself has freely letting herself trust the undecided loner. Trust. It felt strange to be able to feel it towards someone who she hasn't known for very long but feels right after learning more of his past than she expected. "Good question. Not much to my answer other than like I said before, I must like you enough or something because I've never said that much about my past. My Beta male is probably the only one who's heard all of my story, but not even about Gabriel. As for Gabriel's companion, I don't regret what I did, I mean honestly? How would you feel, as a woman in this case, having a man you barely know feel up your skirt and look at you like your a piece of raw meat. Its one of the many reasons I hate men..." She trailed off, continuing her steps before turning back with a look. "No offense... anyway.. You're not as, forward I should say comparing most men today. I'm not a lap dog where someone can easily pick me up and pamper me with love and all that bullshit. I am what I am, touch me and you'll face the consequences of which I will not warn again. As for Daiken and your bond between together, I'm very interested to hear more, but lets leave it at that. I'm sure both of us are tired of the history sharing for the day."

As the light came nearer, it blinded her vision, causing the specks of her eyes to turn a golden yellow, mixing into her emerald orbs like they normally did in broad sunlight. "Oh, the cuffs. Originally, it wasn't a pack thing until one of the previous doctors in our pack advised them. Something about the bones rubbing against each other causes them to overreact when shifting for the first time. I don't know, I barely listened to those lectures when the time came. My training experience came naturally, they all expected me to control it that night and I knew I was able to. I just chose not to. That night I wanted wolfie to do what pleased them, I didn't care in other words. From the age of then, their appearance, I was always a stubborn child, picky at its most too. Knowing it was a danger, I just didn't care to hear it anymore and let my first shift be something worth in their history of great Alphas. Pretty interesting. If only you would have seen their faces when I returned. Ha. Priceless."


Noctavia stepped into the sun, feeling the tall grass squashed underneath her huge paws, piles of dirt being molded in with her claws. The black beauty moved passed Slayer to turn away further into the meadow. She hadn't known how long it had been inside the never-ending tunnel. And feared she would not be back in time to finish some work she had left on her desk, let alone the painting the unfinished painting of three black wolves she imagined were the voices as their own. The lake stretched just across the land on the other side, they'd have to climb the hill in order to get to it and will the height, they'd be able to see prey roaming about for a drink. "I don't mind you staying, Slayer, but it would be nice to have Daiken back. Its your decision, either way, I'm hungry and after that walk, energy is being wasted just standing here. While you're deciding, I'm going to go check the perimeter for any predators we have to worry about. Might as well kill them off now before we end up getting injured. I won't be long." In a small trot, her hind legs kicked into the ground into an increasing sprint, feeling her heart rate jump and the adrenaline flow. Working her way through the meadow, she slowed to a small stalk passed a herd at least a half a mile from where she stood. It wouldn't be a challenge to corral them now that she had Daiken or Slayer to aid her. A deer or two would fill them nicely for the morning, as for now all she could do was starve, darting her eyes and filling her lungs with foreign scents. Nothing came to her, so she relaxed, nodding to Slayer that the coast was clear. "Keep quiet, theres a herd over here just near the lake."


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12 Daiken on Mon Jun 24, 2013 9:05 pm

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“I really don’t see why, after I told you I don’t like your energy near me or Daiken. That usually makes someone angry or offended. Don’t worry, I never had that intention of touching you, and I must say I liked how you reacted with him. I usually kill anyone who just insult or try something against me. I hate all company, especially humans. I can’t handle them being around me, hardly aware of their blindness.” Slayed moved slowly along the tunnel, looking at the light at the end of it. The thought of ‘the light at the end of the tunnel’ almost made him chuckle. He wondered when they will see that ‘light’. Maybe they will just see everything turned on fire and some red devils around them. A slight grin appeared in one side of his face. They will surely go to hell after succeeding in their goal.
 
“The Alpha actually looked at us with disgrace and hate when we came back, achieving the most hunts that night. He hated the idea that one day he will need to retreat and leave his ‘kingdom’ to his grandsons. He was afraid of us, most of all. He tried to kill Daiken and Tanken multiple times. And he succeeded with one of them.” Yes, he killed Tanken, the old and caring brother, just to turn him into a selfless devil.
 
Slayer sighted as he moved outside the tunnel, finally. He was not one to be in closed places with anyone. Less her. He looked around him and gave a big yawn. He was getting tired of all this and he hated killing animals. Thanks God she asked for Daiken again. He wanted to rest again where he wasn’t looking at her all time and he bet Daiken will not need him soon. He will just go to sleep and wait until he had some human pray to satisfy his hunger. “Hump. Fine, as the dame pleases.” With that he changed places again with Daiken. ‘Don’t call me again just to talk with her. I’m not a fucking messenger Daiken.’ He just smiles and nodded to Slayer. Daiken moved his mind into the wolf’s brain again, connecting his senses with every nerve and cell. His eyes returned to be their usual yellowish green tone. He shook his black fur and looked at the Alphess leave. Her body looked so flexible and thin even in her wolf form. He slimed at the thought that that thin body was able to rip your head and heart at the same time in just seconds.
 
He waited for her return and smile with her discovery. “Near the lake?” He moved quickly and quietly to the top of the tree next to him. His dark claws inserting into the trunk as his legs pushed him up until he landed in one jump over a thick branch at the top. He looked at the direction Noctavia came from and found exactly what she said. There was a middle size herd of white tailed deer. Some of them drinking in the lake’s edge and the other eating the green grass under their hooves. His eyes flew to the big male that was as well drinking with the others. His huge antlers and continues cheeks over the females told him that he was the one in charge of the herd. He waited until he was away from the lake and inside the clearing. He wanted to attack from the lake and the male was just going to ruin his plans if he saw a huge wolf coming, alerting the herd. Daiken smiled and jumped down at the Alphess side without a noise, landing with his front paws first, his columns almost vertical.
 
He moved some steps closer to her relaxed but anxious. “Almost half of the herd is drinking at the edge. I don’t’ want to order you anything so please don’t think that is my intention. I just wanted to see if you are okay in waiting for them at the trees to give the final bite. I would want to attack them from the lake, making them run towards you.” He smiled amused and starts walking to the lake. Of course he was planning to attack them from the water. He loved attacking that way or from the top of a tree. The pray never expect that from a terrestrial hunter. His big paws stepped inside the water, soaking his fur immediately. Before he could submerge completely and swim to the bottom, he turned to Noctavia once more, half of his body already under the water. “Had you ever saw a crocodile attack?” His eyes shone with the thought as he shower her his fangs in a big smile just like a crocodile. He turned to the front again and covered totally his body under the water. His claws reaching for the marine floor as his hind legs and tail impulsed him to the front. The water was slightly cold and anything could be seen at the very bottom due to the depth of the lake. He moved slowly to the herds direction to allow Noctavia move to the place she thought convenient.

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13 Re: Tangled In The Great Escape (Daiken) on Tue Jun 25, 2013 9:59 pm

Ignoring Slayer's words from the irritation it caused her, Noctavia continued her search of the perimeter, hearing Daiken's words lighten a bit of her mood inside her head. In all truth, she didn't entirely mind Slayer, he reminded her much of herself, only with a better way of expressing is opinions. He was blunt and straight forward to the point with what he thought of her even if she had the power to kill him and she strangely admired that about him. As for Daiken, he was easier to speak with and he put effort into respecting what rank she was. Her attention worked over to see the black brute climb onto one of the thicker trees, like she originally thought, the herd was migrating close to the lake's edge. Perfect. Noctavia eyed the muscles and watched how the functioned within the male's build, watching the way he used his gifts to study what lurked below. The simplest movements could be caught by what seemed only her very eyes. At his words once again she was brought back to reality, blinking to pay attention. She nodded, turning her body to lurk deeper into the forest that bordered the open plain of grass towards the back of the herd. 

As she walked further, Daiken's voice came up again into her mind, asking her a strange question before turning her head to look at him again to what he was talking about. "Where did that co-" Her words were caught off as she saw the wolf near the most isolated part of the lake, sinking his body completely below. Noctavia had seen a lot of weird things with werelings, but this certainly had to top her charts. When the rest of his head disappeared, she shook her head and laughed, turning to keep moving along the tree line. The scent of the white-tailed tear called her name and the tails that faced her were provoking her to grow blood-thirsty inside. Calming herself, she lowered her frame closely to the ground, stalking as silently as possible, just barely touching the ground by her underbelly's black fur. Most of the fawns were at their mother's sides, but Noctavia was never one for the weakest or easier prey of the herds. Her eyes targeted to meet the leading buck towards the group's center, licking her chops and muffling a growl as the taste of it's blood practically filled her maw.

Even though the grass only reached so far, she ignored trying to hide in them, instead she stayed close to the trees and watched the few bubbles from the water that lead her to believe was Daiken's oxygen level. To her surprise, she watched the buck lift his head and call to his group of doe at his side if they hear anything. Noctavia watched at how they communicated and reacted, the slightest flick of their ears and turns of their heads as well as the movement of their tails that told one another for warning or dominance. Unlike Daiken, she wasn't much of a swimmer. It wasn't that she hated the water activity, but it always ruined her hair and left her freezing for hours. Besides, she wasn't going to let her perfectly clean pelt get ruined this early in the morning, she still had yet to return home. She imagined what the lobby would think of when the Alphess would return and her appearing, smelling like the bottom of a dirty lake. She laughed silently to herself at the thought. Catching the male's eye waiting for her to move, she stalked out into the open, watching for sticks and substances that could be broken to cause a sound. "The littlest things could make a difference," they said. And after a while of time, she believed it.

Moving closer, she closed her eyes in concentration, slowing her pulse for it was the adrenaline and impatience causing it to race within her chest. As it calmed to a steady beat, Noctavia let out a long breathe, recoiling her muscles underneath her fur closer to the ground this time. "Ready, weregator?" She scoffed, laying her long tail across the grassy floor. "Go!" Releasing, she kicked her hind legs into the ground and into the air she leaped. Sticking out her claws before landing, she pinned down two deer, a fawn and mother that walked the closest to where she hid. Ripping out their throats quickly and darting back to run around to corral the rest into her deathly embrace. Noctavia growled at them, forcing them to run into Daiken's direction to cross the lake.


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14 Daiken on Wed Jun 26, 2013 10:01 pm

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The wolf moved easily along the dark mud at the bottom of the lake. He loved to swim. His clan always shower them all the practical ways to ambush a pray. No matter the pray, it was hard for them to expect an attack from the water or the top of a tree, and that were exactly the ways Daiken preferred in a hunt. They were not used to chase. They just waited for the pray patiently until they got close enough to take its last breath as they attacked them quickly and deadly. Even when his sense of hearing and smell were disabled now, he always counted with his eyes and his touch. He made his way through the marine rocks and dead trunks underwater. Fishes swimming at his sides and frogs moving away with his every step, lifting the mud as if it was light sand, mixing with the water and making the sight more difficult, but not for him. His legs walking carefully like in normal ground as his tail moves slowly from side to side like a reptile. As he reached the edge of the lake between some algae brushing his stomach, Daiken prevented any air to come out from his lungs. He lay over the mud slightly, the muscles of his legs and his back injected with adrenaline and ready to snap with his brain’s command. His eyes looking straight up towards the drinking deer, his ears pressed against his skull and his lips curled, leaving his jaws free and ready to bite any part of the animal.

The floor started trembling as the herd moving scared right into his trap. Just as the first deer came towards him, always stepping over his body, his eyes looked for the right kill. His nerves send the signal in milliseconds, making his muscles contract as they impulsed him to the surface, lifting and shaking the water all around him. The first that came out where his jaws, wide open and ready to trap their objective, right after them, his long dark claws, fully extended and pointing to the animals’ chests. Within seconds, his fangs gripped into a male’s muscular shoulder as his claws sink into another male much younger than the first, breaking into his thorax and closing his fingers around his ribs, pushing him backwards causing him to fall over his back. His hind legs pushed the wolf’s entire body out of the water as blood from both prays mixed into the lake. His jaws quickly broke the male’s clavicle and legs with force, releasing him and trapping his neck again, snapping it with one fast twist, ending his suffering and leaving him fall on the edge. His neck moved quickly to the other side, his jaws closing with force around the young’s neck, trespassing easily flesh, muscle, and bone, ripping his head off as both parts of the same body felt at the other corpse’s side.

The rest of the herd left in a rush, unable to help their pack mates. The buck looked back one single time. Maybe to make sure he couldn’t do anything now, maybe just to see the killers’ face to remember them forever, maybe to see if there was anyone left behind that could suffer the same destiny. As he left, leading the survivor herd, Daiken turned to look at the Alphess. His snout, neck, and paw covered in blood. His hind legs still inside the lake, the rest of his fur dripping wet and slit down. His eyes shining as he looked at the two prays Noctavia got. There was too much food for just two werewolves but he was sure they will manage. Daiken stepped out of the water and shook his fur, sending tiny drops of water and some of blood flying around him.

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15 Re: Tangled In The Great Escape (Daiken) on Thu Jun 27, 2013 12:38 am

The black beauty flanked left, bounding away from the two deer bodies she had already taken in as her prizes. Her eyes locked onto escapees that moved in the other direction and split from the rest, giving her the advantage to isolated the few completely. A cunning laugh roared from her throat as the wolf sprinted towards the fawn and two large does. Her job of leading the main buck to Daiken was already set, and from what she could hear without even looking, he too had managed to take it down. Noctavia kicked her hind legs gleefully into the ground, pushing her off into a run and small drift to her wolf body since she was too fast for the deer. Growling, she lashed out a large, claw-filled paw at the prey, scratching three to four marks across their backs which made them stumble over their own four legs. Her jaws took in their necks, jerking at the sound of each and every one of their necks snap in half, an instant death. But she wasn't going to stop there. As the blood stained her incisors and canines, the frenzy for more of it began. Something in her mind turned, popped and restarted to a roaring life of nothing more than pure bloodlust. Her eyes; no more the round wolf or human-like pupils or the dark shade of emerald they usually were. They were as thin as a venomous snake, filled with alert and recoiling inside to strike out, a lighter shade of green to match the color of Finaqua's embedded coat of leaves. All of their voices, their whispers, the wolf's call lifted in unison, singing the song of death to the hidden moon setting behind the horizon's curve of the Earth.

Before she could think further, her body shut down and her mind cleared to her normal state. The full moon was near, she knew, and the effects of her wolf trying to provoke her into destroying the entire food supply in that meadow led her to believe this full moon was going to be a long night of blood. She turned her head to face the herd that scattered the area within seconds then staring at the ground where trails and puddles of the preys' blood carried. Noctavia looked up to see that Daiken had finished his kill, but she couldn't help but laugh that her wolf had managed to kill five quicker than the brute climb out of the water. The Alphess licked her chops to lick off the blood embedded in her black coat, taking and removing the bodies to the center of the meadow where she then laid them specifically side by side to choose which she wanted most. "I got carried away with the moment if you noticed. Pick your poison, brute, I'll eat any of them at this point." Her stomach clenched of dying hunger, groaning and growling to be heard from both of their ears. "On second thought, I'll choose. We'll save the smaller for last, let's start with the buck first." It felt strange to hear herself share a kill with another. Usually if she were to kill a prey, she would take if for herself and drag it to a remote area away from the group while they feasted as a pack. Though, it was his kill after all and she wanted to dive right in to the male deer as fast as possible.

Plopping herself down on the other side of the buck, she locked her jaws around the neck and pulled it free of its socket, biting down to rip off the buck's head entirely without getting the antlers hooked in her cheeks. Noctavia took the honor of skinning it and removing the thin legs with little meat from the torso. The voices bounced for joy inside her head for her to begin, but returned it with a growl once she stopped and looked up at Daiken with..What was that? A smile? Yes, she smiled kindly up at him, speaking in a moderate tone. "I must admit that it was fun getting to know you, Daiken. I would have never of expected to meet a loner who has been so undecided with his choice of pack and it pains me to think it will be of the last. That tattoo was probably the highlight of my night and I'm glad to know you trust me enough to enjoy this meal. Once we are finished here, we must split ways and return to our homes. When you have made your decision, you'll know where I am. Just look for the biggest hotel in New York. Remember what I said? The base of attention, yet never to be found."


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16 Daiken on Sun Jun 30, 2013 5:16 pm

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Daiken looked the black wolf ripping off the deer necks. He was always up on killing as many as he could, but not like this. Not when you were killing to feed and not just for the pleasure of blood. That pleasure he gained it killing humans and Slater was the same. The both cared too much for animals, believing in the cycle of live and all that shit. For them, animals couldn’t be use for this, because they didn’t felt any pleasure in doing it, because simply they didn’t deserved it. Humans did. There were lots of them that deserved to die and suffer before going to hell. Daiken looked away to his own dead preys when Slater made a noise of distaste looking at their heads falling to the floor as her jaws snapped closed around them. It was too much food for just two werewolves. Daiken was going to eat both corpses he managed to hunt. He didn’t want to hunt more. What he had was more than enough. Noctavia in the other way, will she be able to eat all of them? Of she will just waste half of the bodies? At least, if that happens, other animals like crows and vultures will have an easy breakfast for later.

He sited over the grass as his hair started drying with the dim breeze, his own catch at his paws waiting for him to rip the flesh as muscles from their bones. The blood making its way slowly into the lake, mixing with the now still water. Waiting for the Alphess, he noticed she did killed the buck, one that he prevented himself to kill. The buck was the leader of the herd, like the alpha was the leader of a pack. He was the one maintaining the order and security of the deer. He didn’t want to kill him for the herd’s sake. As she neared closer, he let out a heavy sigh and stood up in his paws again. “Yeah, I noticed. Nice killing Alphess.” He hid well his concern about the herd and her own way of killing, always keeping his respectful tone and blank expression. He looked down at his corpses and then again to her, waiting for her to begin.

When she started with her own meal, he lowered his head and inserted his claws in the male’s chest, closing his fingers around his ribs, just like he did with the younger one when he captured him. Closing quickly his paw, he broke easily his ribs, leaving free space inside his thorax. Blood started flowing freely from his heart as he took it and swallow it with one bite. His lungs and lived went after, then the rest of his organs. Before he could continue with his muscles all around his bones, he noticed Noctavia looking at him with… a smile? Not her common forced or cynic smile, this was real and kind. Daiken couldn’t prevent to return a smile as kind as hers, even when blood was dripping blood from his jaws and chin. “I also enjoyed pretty much your company miss. I really expect to see you again, and not as enemies. I’m undecided because I had been a loner for more than 40 years. The fact that I finally decided to have someone at my side again has been of great thinking.” He was not going to say that she had been the fact that made him doubt about his choice about being a Braveheart. “And I’m very flattered you made my design without a doubt. Thank you for that, and for the meal, it had been a real pleasure to eat with such an interesting company. I haven’t eaten with anyone in a long time.” With that, he continued ripping peaces of muscle and bone form the male, leaving just his skull untouched. When he finally finished the big one, he moved to enjoy the soft meat of the younger.



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17 Re: Tangled In The Great Escape (Daiken) on Sun Jun 30, 2013 8:02 pm

(( So many misspellings. And still you say 'sighed' as 'sighted' along with 'prey' instead you say 'pray'. I advise you fix your mistakes please. ))

Listening to his words and while pulling away the torn layer of muscle from the prey, Noctavia swallowed, lazily moving onto the other on her feet. Switching between animals to take as much as she could in order to make energy later on. She hadn't planned to eat all of them for she saved a majority for the predators below them in the food chain. Soon enough after they leave a mountain lion or some birds of prey will swoop down to devour what is left of their feast, "Maybe, I can not promise we won't be enemies. But what I can promise is that I keep my word in saying I will not think twice into accepting you at my borders when the time comes. You've proved enough that you have valuable capabilities and great strength in order to work under my rule. And your trust has a majority been gained by each other I presume...," Returning to her meal, she thought for a moment in doing so, simultaneously ripping away the meat from its abdomen. It felt strange to feel so relaxed, so close to a loner even though knowing his choice was unclear. Though, she could see she has made a greater impression and persuasive attitude into making his decision a lot less stressful. She could see him working under her eventually in time, but when was the question that kept her curious, however she did not ask or bother to question him during a fulfilling meal like so.

Noctavia sighed, pulling away from the meal to look back up at him. Behind the eyes of a brute she could see many things to come and preform that she has yet to discover. Who knows, maybe he could fit in with her pack and teach her new things. He was a half her age, and like always, there was a generation gap somewhere in their pasts. New techniques, ways to understand the state of technology around them and more. More things to uncover and value for both fighting and intelligence. She was no longer hungry, realizing it was best to start heading back to her chambers and nap before taking another round through border patrols, "However, I hold a small amount of gratitude for your company, but more than you might think coming from a being like me. I hope to see you once again, then I will know your decision. Don't show up if you choose them over Eternal because I won't take it as a friendly manner. We will be of enemies and nothing more, you must understand that, Daiken. I trust you enough to believe that you won't give away my past to no other, and you can expect the same in me. I believe we should say our goodbyes here and now for I must be heading my way and you the same," The fae turned her body in the other direction, facing him behind her shoulder and a slight nod in approval, a small smile to follow, "It was a pleasure meeting you, Daiken. Hopefully it won't be the last of our future encounters," With that she turned back around and sprinted off into the distance, passing into the timbers and out through the twisted tunnels. Then she shifted back and started her way down the road, holding out a thumb for someone to give her a ride back to the city lines. Then and there the Alphess put a mental deadline in her head for him to return. Two weeks. If he didn't show up within now and then, she could know to make it clear that his decision was of the enemy's.


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18 Daiken on Sun Jun 30, 2013 8:52 pm

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He finished half of the young’s body and looked at Noctavia taking in her every word with a smile. “Thank you Alphess, but no need for the complements. As for my trust, you already have it.” He kept eating his prey until non of the little deer was left. No bones, no flesh, anything. It was too soft and sweet to leave any part of it. As for the male, the only thing left was his antlers and hooves. The satisfied beast took a deep breath enjoying the feeling of his stomach full. He will not need to feed in a long time now. That didn’t say he will not need to kill soon.

He had thought in telling her if he chooses Braveheart, not like enemies but to inform her of his decision after the time they spent together. Now he knew he will not be ale to do it. Time will tell her, as simple as that. “Don’t worry. I will never tell a thing about you, and I know I can expect the same from you. Goodbye Noctavia Dark, it has been a real pleasure as well.” He smiled slightly with her last words. “I believe so; this will not be the last time…” With that he watched her go. Daiken looked around and moved towards the shadow of a tree to rest after such a satisfying meal. He planned to go to the city after some hours, not knowing there was someone, not of his same race, waiting for him, and his death.

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19 Re: Tangled In The Great Escape (Daiken) on Sun Jun 30, 2013 8:55 pm

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