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1 Narazia's Profile on Thu Jan 23, 2014 10:14 pm

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Name: Narazia (Razi for short)

Age: 175 werewolf years, but appears to be 21

Gender: Female

Requested Rank: Warrior

Pack: Venantium


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Summary:

Narazia was the unity between the werewolf and human worlds. Her mother was the beloved Beta Female of her pack. Everyone adored her and looked up to her. Of course, she was destined to be mated to the Beta Male in her pack, but instead she fell in love with a human. The Beta had loved her very much, but she chose to be with the human over him. Razi's mother turned her father into a Bitten and the night of his first shift was the night of Razi's birth. After Razi was born, her father being bloodthirsty and uncontrollable, tried to kill them. Fighting to protect her child, Narazia's mother was forced to kill her true love. Her mother fled, the squealing infant in her arms, and never looked back.

After fourteen years of living as loners, moving from place to place, Razi had never had any encounters with any other werelings besides her mother. Because she had not had her first shift yet, her mother had not taught her how to hunt or how to protect herself from danger. Razi and her mother were always living in fear, as if the past had followed them wherever they went. Her mother didn't tell her why they never stayed anywhere for more than a year. They had been living in London for about six months a few months after Narazia's fourteenth birthday had come around. She didn't quite know when to expect it, but Razi knew what was coming, she had been dreading it for years. This was one of the only things her mother had told her. She had said how excruciatingly painful it was and how she wouldn't be able to control herself. Razi was extremely nervous, her heart was pumping as fast as a rabbit's. She was scared if it would happen, as she had every time. Razi's mother had taken her deep within the forest like she had every week after Razi's fourteenth birthday, so she could be away from anyone who she might hurt. Her mother wanted to be sure that whenever it happened she would be safe and away from others. Even her mother was going to leave shortly before the moon would come so she wasn't in danger of Razi potentially hurting her, and so she could keep watch. Razi waited and waited for the moon to show itself. She waited long enough to have thought of every possible thing that would have gone wrong. But the one thing Razi didn't think of was the one thing that happened. The one thing that changed Razi's life forever.

Approximately an hour before the moon was due to show Razi's mother shot up from where she was sitting. She squinted off in the distance as if she was looking for something. Razi could see the terror that shown in her forest green eyes. Before her mother could say a word, a huge male with jet black fur and menacing blue eyes appeared out of the shadows. "Hello Phelan," he said. His voice was as if the night had taken on a tone and had trapped itself in his enormous body. "Is this the offspring of you and that pathetic human you left me for?" he asked, gesturing to Narazia. Razi's mother said nothing. She only stared at the male as if she wasn't sure he was even real, like he would disappear any second. What seemed like hours went by before Razi's mother finally spoke. "Run," was all she said. Razi did as she was told. She ran until she could run no more. She could hear the screams of pain coming from her mother. They were just faint enough to know that she was far away from them to be safe from the male for a bit. Razi was so wrapped up in worrying about her mother and trying to piece together what just happened, she completely forgot about her first shift. She looked up at the sky, and there it was. The moon she had been waiting for for fourteen years of her life. The screams still coming from her mother turned into hers as a crushing wave of pain came over her. Razi collapsed to the ground, her body convulsing as fire coursed through her veins. Her bones cracked and her muscles stretched, she cried in agony as her body shifted. Finally, the pain came to an end. Razi stood and realized what she had become.

The sound of bounding feet turned Razi's head. Her first instinct was to run, but she stayed put for it could have been her mother running after her. The footsteps came to an end, but she could see nothing. A paw stepped out of the shadows but it was too dark to tell what color fur it was. By the time Razi realized her mother wasn't coming back for her, it was too late. The Beta jumped on top of her before Narazia had time to flee. Pain bit down on her neck as the male sunk his teeth deep within her flesh. She shook violently, trying to throw him off but to no avail. His jaws were locked around her neck, his claws starting to tear at her underbelly. The Beta was suddenly thrown off of her as she caught a glimpse of her mother's shining silver pelt. Razi watched as her mother bravely tore at his flesh with her fangs and claws. Before she even had time to react, the male had pinned her mother down and was violently biting at her neck, tearing off her head.

Rage welled up inside of Narazia causing her to tackle the male. He toppled over despite how heavy he was and landed belly up. With her huge jaws Razi bit down on the Beta's chest feeling his blood rush into her mouth. She heard the sound of tearing flesh as she ripped out the male's heart. She looked into his eyes as he died, the blood pouring out of the huge crater she had created. She saw the fear and the guilt within his fading hues and saw what she was capable of. Razi ran away from the scene that night, promising herself that she would never kill another human or wereling again unless the safety of someone else depended on it. Knowing she couldn't stay any longer, Narazia ran to her city apartment, hoping that no one would be around this late at night. She waited until dawn to pack her things and grab the emergency money they hid under a loose floorboard in her room. She took the train to to the closest airport she could think of and jumped on the plane that was leaving the soonest. She looked out of the window watching the city she had only been in for a little while fade away. She would never speak of her past, and would never tell anyone of the horrible thing she had done. The past would simply stay behind her, never to leave the tucked in corners of her mind but haunt her like a shadow.

Example Post: The wolf was making her eerie night chorus, looking for those to prey on. Her breath was smoke in the frigid night air. Her hazel eyes were barely visible in the darkness of the night. The claw-like moon made her cream colored fur look like that of her mother's, the fae's pelt turning silver. Her huge paws tread softly on the hard ground, covered in snow. Her ears twitched as she heard rustling of leaves nearby. She looked over in the direction the faint noise came from and spotted a snow white rabbit. The creature was so alike with the color around it she nearly passed it by. Razi stood as still as she could so she wouldn't scare her prey into fleeing. It was so deathly quiet tonight she thought even breathing would startle the creature. She knew she wasn't fast enough to catch it if it fled due to her hunger and lack of energy. She would have to outsmart the rabbit to lure it into her enormous jaws. The prey had been scarce lately due to the decrease in temperature. This was the first piece of game she had seen in five days, and she was sure as hell not going to let it slip away from her.  The rabbit had slowly moved away from her, its head facing away from her. As quietly as she could, Razi scratched away some of the snow underneath her paw to reveal a patch of twigs. She grabbed one in between her teeth and threw it towards the direction of the rabbit. It got spooked and quickly moved away from where the twig landed, sitting a bit closer to her with its gaze still faced away. Razi did this until she was sure the rabbit was in leaping distance. Swiftly as she could, Narazia jumped for the rabbit, digging her claws into its flanks. She pulled the rabbit toward her careful not to let it escape her grasp. She quickly broke its neck so the poor thing wouldn't suffer. Razi picked the rabbit up by the neck, feeling its body limp in between her teeth. The fae walked away with her prey, proud of the work she had done.

After Razi had finished her meal, she went to find a stream to drink from. She had heard the trickle of the water from where she had been resting. Razi stood ans stretched out her legs, as the cold had stiffened her limbs. She headed toward the direction she had heard the rippling of the water. She watched the forest pass by as she walked through it. There was a slight breeze that gently blew through her fur and made the snow shift slightly. She gazed up at the bare trees that were once covered with leaves. The winter makes everything look lonely, she thought. The night sky was clear with barely any stars visible. Her mother had taught her all the constellations as a child, but she didn't recognize any of the ones she saw. Razi finally reached the stream and started to lap at the ice cold water, letting it cool her throat. When she had quenched her thirst, she lifted her head from the stream. As she gazed into the water, she was shocked to see not her own wolf's reflection, but her mother's. She would have recognized the silver tips of fur and forest green eyes anywhere. She jumped back from the water, startled. When she had finally calmed her nerves, Razi looked again to see that it was gone. She saw only her cream fur and soft hazel eyes.

Narazia looked up from the stream again, looking across the small body of water. She was surprised to see a large black male that stood almost eleven feet tall, with frightening red eyes. Razi started to have trouble breathing. Had the Beta she had been running from for four years come back to kill her? No, that wasn't possible, she told herself, he was dead. And his eyes were bright blue, almost clear. She could never forget those eyes, watching her and her mother, burning through her fur. The male only stared at her. He bared his teeth, his tongue hungrily going over his large canines. Razi wanted so badly to run, but her limbs wouldn't move. She wasn't sure if it was from the cold or fear, but either way, she wasn't going anywhere. She couldn't hide anymore, the Beta had finally come back to get his revenge. The male jumped over the stream toward her, his claws out stretched.  She fell to the ground as he landed on top of her. In the same position he had Razi's mother when he killed her, the Beta pinned her down. He bit her throat, she could feel her warm blood rushing out of her veins, and everything went black.

Narazia shot up, her heart racing, her eyes wild. She was burning hot and her skin was damp with sweat. She looked around in panic, as if expecting the large, black male to jump out of the shadows and attack her in reality. Her breaths were short and rapid, her hands were shaking. She threw the covers of her bed back and put her feverish feet on the cold, hardwood floor. She put her elbows on her knees and her forehead in her hand. She hadn't had a dream like that in four years. After the event of her first shift, Razi had had nightmares for weeks. Her dreams had slowly become normal after that, and for the past eight months, she hadn't had any dreams at all. Razi stood up and walked towards the kitchen, the chilly air in her drafty apartment cooling her hot skin. She poured herself a glass of water and stared out the window in her living room. The window was to the left of the kitchen, in the living room, and showed an overlook of New York City. As much as she loved the city, she loved being by the water more, but her salary couldn't afford a beach view. She had lived in New York for a month or so now. Razi had gotten this apartment from one of her friends that she had met in London. Her friend was moving to Florida for some reason Razi was never told. She could honestly care less why she was leaving, but she was a bit upset. This apartment was so spacious and lonely. Razi had lived alone all of her life, and she didn't really want to do that anymore. She decided that in the morning she would set out to look for a pack to start a new life, with new people. A place to escape the past she had been running away from for four long years.

(I don't really know what your tolerance for beginners is but this will be one of my first RP sites. Also, if you could give me your most honest feedback so I could get better for the future, I would really appreciate that. Thank you.)



Last edited by GoldFire24 on Fri Jan 24, 2014 7:57 pm; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : Had to fix a few mistakes)

2 Re: Narazia's Profile on Thu Jan 23, 2014 10:56 pm

Couple things wrong:

-Not bad for a beginner, but if seen, we are currently not accepting Apprentices.

-Your character is a mutt, as it was bred with a pureblood female and a bitten male. However, that does not allow you the ability to have her appear 18. Werelings stop aging in early twenties, and stay that way for the rest of their life.

-If she is to be a mutt, her first shift would not come on her fourteenth birthday precisely, but maybe a little after, say a couple months, or in some cases, a year when she turns fifteen.

-You're human and wolf photos are not correctly put in the profile.

-Change your user name to the name of your character.

When you are finished and have corrected these mistakes, you may either post again below saying you are done, or simply notify me through Private messaging so that I can review it once more. Until then, you are to only fix this, or decide otherwise in your choice of RP.



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