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[ P ] A Bushel and a Peck
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LunarSolstice

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Macarons & Evening Tea



The young female was still fairly lost among the foliage, constantly going in loops of repetition in search for the Vista, not realizing the big bolder area had to be tunneled through to get to such a place she had only heard of. If she was ever to meet up with her best friend forever, she probably needed some directions which she didn't get from her other friend either, forgetting to ask after all the fun they had playing. Her umber ears flicking to the noises of water and she started to head toward it, knowing unless the water stopped abruptly by a dam or lake, it usually lead to a larger body of water that she could happily play in. It seemed even if she didn't like her father, his teaching followed her and guided her, injuring her pride a little since she wanted to be on her own so bad. To her, following someone else's advice was being codependent, slashing her goals in half.

Prancing forward, she came across both stone and a small river that lead into the mountain range, her baby blue gaze shifting up and down the ripping water. At least this time she didn't fall into it, it was so embarrassing last time when she went face first into a stream, at least that wolf that saw her was blind. Coming to a halt in front of the rushing water, her lips pulled into a smile as she looked at the water bugs skimming along the top and gliding under the surface, looking for whom knows what. The scent of brine was emanate down toward where the water traveled, likely the key to where the vista was but she didn't know if she could climb the structure laid out before her.

Her mind was too distracted to focus on that task, zoning in on some odd creature she had never seen before. She giggled as she watched its many legs scuttle sideways and the front two paws wiggled, opening and closing in a rather funny looking fashion. Tilting her head, she moved in closer and closer, her first thought was to pounce on it but it looked like it was wearing some odd armor. Leaning in, she slid open her jaws and went to snap it with her bright white fangs, the little creature moved far faster than her. In an instant, suddenly the thing latched onto her nose, snapping its larger claw as if in celebration. Letting out a loud yelp, she started to run frantically in circles, whimpering as she shook her head to try and get it off. "You won! You won! Get off! Off funny looking thing!" she whined, coming to a stop to lower her head and shake it back and forth in hope it were to fly off.


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Claerie

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By Shield
And Sword




"Oh—"

The syllable was pulled from her lips by the wind and held hostage. Black-tipped ears shivered as the sound of scuffle smothered what lingered of her voice. Paws crashed through the undergrowth and, at a short distance, she could hear pained concessions: You won! Get off! Off funny looking thing! Whilst vaguely nasally and garbled, the voice was feminine and high pitched. The "funny looking thing" was either an insult meant to describe her assailant or... something else. It was all rather odd and caused Kylar to still.

She had crouched near a river's edge, her lips poised above the water's choppy surface. While still affixed to the same spot, she was no longer thirsty. The crippled wolf was painfully alert, eyes scanning the trees at her back.

Then, all at once, a flurry of fur appeared. Upon the wolf's nose was a small crab, its claw a vice grip upon the tender flesh. Kylar winced instinctively before lurching forward a step.

"In water!" She called out, attempting to be heard over the feverish pleas. "I—" While unaccustomed to stressful situations, she found herself acclimating quickly. Snapping free of the shock, Kylar took several more, hobbled steps toward the distressed woman. "Put your nose in the water! It should let go!"

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Loner

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LunarSolstice

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#3


Macarons & Evening Tea



When she had spun in toward the body of water, it seemed she had almost went straight into another as she thrashed around in agitation to get the assailant off her carob nose. The bridge wrinkled and her brow pressed up against her crown, ears folded as she drew her lip up to show her pearl white teeth. It wasn't an expression normally seen on a being normally so vibrant and bubbly as her but it was one that stained her feature to the max as every muscle in her body lacked relaxation from the trauma her sweet little nose was going through right now. How did this hurt more than a bite from another wolf? It bewitched her so, confused and lost in lack of understanding that open flesh that did not harden with the elements were far more tender than other parts of her body. No one said she was smart.

A voice was barely heard, what they said going well over the young adult's head as her hearing impairment didn't help and second, she was nothing more than a flailing seal. It wasn't until the other bolted closer that she took better notice, periwinkles widening as something that didn't match the rest of the surroundings got closer and closer, squawking like a stressed pigeon trying to get away from a hungry predator. It didn't quite register as another she-wolf yelling at her, vision compromised by the claw snapping in her face and the sound of her own panting covering up half of what they had to say. It wasn't like the other was speaking gibberish but to the frazzled plushie, it sure sounded like they were babbling nonsensical words.

"Gah! A demon is after me too!" she denounced in delusion.

Instead of doing the logical thing of moving toward the side and away from the squawking thing that very well could be some kind of blight for all she knew, as well as heading away from the water's edge, she backpedaled right into the murky stream. Letting out one yelp, she slipped and plummeted into the water's current. Luckily it wasn't deep enough to drag her away and out to the currents to later get devoured by the ocean. Rather, all she had to do was sit up and she was only half submerged, ear twitching in frustration. Good thing: the crab came off. Bad thing: she looked like one heck of a fool right now as she laid there with barely her muzzle above the water. She rested there, looking quite pitiful as water trickled down her fur and weighed it down over her eyes, causing an illusion of wrinkles where the fur parted from one direction verse another.


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Claerie

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"A demon?" Mumbled words were pulled from Kylar's lips as the scrambling she-wolf cried out. Fear laced the stranger's words as painted paws carried the stranger in haphazard zigzags and curly-q's. So varied was the woman's flight that Kylar felt more inclined to lurch out of the way than linger by the water. Confusion knit her brow and it was for several wary seconds that she watched the wolf flail.

Pause poised on the riverbank and then, all at once, there was the sound of splashing as the wolf trotted backwards into the water. Pale paws slipped upon the algae and, all at once, the crazed wolf dropped into the depths. A startled yelp accompanied the theatrics.

Droplets coated Kylar's fur and caused the she-wolf to squint before roughly shaking out her coat.

Thankfully the current was weaker here. After a couple stumbles, the stranger found purchase on the riverbed. Sodden and dripping, she looked half the size of the storm-cloud that had zipped by earlier.

Kylar could only blink at the strange creature that now sulked within the river.

"You okay?" The crippled knight looked the stranger over. In truth, the question was not just about the wolf's physical health. Was she mentally healthy too?

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Loner

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LunarSolstice

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Macarons & Evening Tea



She rests there for a long time, well as long as she possibly could till the need for oxygen outweighed that of desiring to hide her shame, staring at the stranger with beady eyes. It was apparent they weren't a demon now and quite frankly they looked pretty delicate, soft and plushy. If it wasn't for them both being covered in water she would bound over to them and cover them in hugs to feel the coziness of their pelt against her own, make them into a living teddy bear and snug it until the day was over. That of course didn't happen, she was in a long standing stalemate with her pity right now, feeling her lungs burning as she wasn't so much submerging her nose as she just kind of forgot she could breath since most of her was in fact under the surface. A brow raised at the other asking her a question, one she couldn't really hear over the water that took up most of her functioning hearing.

She had enough, she needed air and she needed it now. Quickly she jumped up and out of the water, legs splayed out as she took in long desperate pants to breath in air once more. Each pant made her ribs feel like they were cracking from the intensity in which she brought in air to her lungs, chest expanding and collapsing rapidly; dramatically. Her gaze flickered back and forth as she looked for anything that could make her feel less like an idiot, she came up empty. So instead she started to move toward the woman that stood little a ways from the bank, likely trying to avoid getting dragged into the water by her merwolf ways. Hehe me a merwolf. Her thoughts made her giggle to herself, imagining herself to have a big fish tail and gills, it would actually be kind of cool. Now she wanted to be part fish.

As she got extremely close to the golden woman, her nose not too far from hers as she looked at her with big innocent yet suspecting periwinkle eyes. "What did you say? I got bad hearing? Something about playing? I'd love to play!" she rather rather loudly, voice high pitched and childish as her tail swayed expectantly behind her, energy radiating from her whole body.


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