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John sighed when he heard kunari
Alexander was shocked* "what? They get along?"
"Mmhm.." Victoria smile innocently.
"Really?" Ichiru stare at Kunari.
"I am not going to attack her in front of Victoria." Kunari said softly.
"At what cost?" Anya raise her eyebrow.
"smart girl. I'll be blunt with you. I want information. Any kind, every kind." John said as he smiled at her
John smiled as he spun kunari around* "see, I told everyone you were still the same adorable kuna."
Alexander shuck his head and just smiled at Victoria * "you're future is a bright one. Maybe you'll be able to help eve after all."
Character Name: John Charles Tanner
Face Claim: Chris Pines
Birth Date:Nov. 25th, 1973
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois
General Appearance: Standing at 6 foot 1 inches, John is fit with a runners' body. Muscled but not heavy at only 175lbs. With dark blonde hair- he wears it in a typical man's hair style. John has tons of scars, from various conflicts he's been in, but has no piercings or tattoo's. Clean shaven, with Ocean Blue eyes and bushy eye brows-- John, as a human was considered to be more classically handsome. As a Wendigo, John's body while having grown heavier, the overall basic shape hadn't changed. Only his muscles changed, with less than a runner's body and more like a Martial Artist body.
General Personality: Charming and witty, John often resorts to flattery, and flirting to survive. Light-hearted despite his situation, John tries his best to find the silver lining in every situation. Resourceful and able to think on his feet, the joke has often been he's the real life 'McGuyver'. John has a sense of humor, and even when things aren't looking so grand, he keeps it intact. Having some sort of moral compass-- John is often accused of being the 'good guy'. Old School manners make up whats left of John Tanner; he's been known to open doors for ladies and still addressing strangers with 'Sir' or 'Ma'am'. A bit of Ladies man, the woman often love him for his sense of chivalry and romantic notions. He's still a Ranger at heart, which means the survivalist mentality is often still at play. He has a 'No Fear' attitude to combat and fighting-- he certainly isn't scared to die, or to kill.
General History:Born in Chicago, Ill- John grew up with a single Mother, in the Chicago suburbs. An only child, John never had the share with other kids. He and his mother were welfare poor, but John still made the best of it. His father was never in his life, truth be told-- John had no idea who his father was, his mother never talked about him. Joining the Army as soon as he graduated from High School was what he thought was his ticket out of poverty. John excelled during Basic Training, earning a chance to Enter Rangers School. Earning his spot, John was designated a sharp shooter-- able to hit a ranged target with pin point accurate precision to just an inch at a half a mile distance.
Character Name: Dominic Andrew Black
Face Claim: Christian Kane
Specie: Werewolf (White Lycan/Hound of God)
Birth date: Birth Date: December 9th, 1971
Employment: Sheriff of New Haven
General Appearance: Standing in at a hefty 6ft, 4 inches; weighing in at nearly 250 pounds, Dom's physical body is more than just little impressive, it's powerful. Falling into the realm of being light body builder and slipping into the Greek Physic, with Crystal clear blue eyes and shoulder length dark blonde hair, Dominic wears a tightly trimmed goatee with a strong soul patch. He has zero piercings, but obtained a scar over left side of his back when he was burned severely in a house fire. His left shoulder has a massive tribal tattoo in black ink. Dominic has no birthmarks or other large notable scars.
General Personality: Dominic Black is the typical Country Boy, having grown up deep within Southern Texas but he lacks the manners of a Southern Gentleman. Often seen as uncaring, stern, even cold. He's impulsive, to a fault, acting or speaking out before he thinks things completely through. He's hot blooded and even morose where his temper is concerned. He's been known to throw a fist and ask questions later. People often describe Dominic as being a 'jerk', and very un-emphatic. Which simply isn't always the case. He's more than able to be Emphatic, it just doesn't come to him at first until he sees that there is an emotional need or he's hurt someone's feelings. Or often other times it's a defensive way to keep people at arms length. Dominic is a simple causal person, even at his job- always wearing jeans, t-shirts, and boots.
Alexander wrapped his arms around all his daughters and hugged them * "my beautiful ,cheeky, intelligent, amazing baby girls. Daddy loves you all so much."
John smiled as he flu Evelyn into his free arm and nodded ichiru to come over closer to kunari* "your children are all the matter for your reputation."
"Then we are done here." *both alex and john vanished*
After a few hours passed Alexander reappeared
Hey @conman2163 I've been really busy recently I'm going to try to post soon but high school's been crazy. Ill do my best though.
Wait until you get to college...
14 months (a little over a year)
To be determined; at the beginning of her story, she is a kittypet who has been abandoned directly near Waterfall Clan's territory
To be determined
Short Physical Description
A sleek calico with light leaf-green eyes and a soft pink nose
Quiet and shy at first; playful and warm as you get to know her
Strong eyesight, high energy, can actually swim well once in the water
Clumsy on land, afraid of conflict
Where the Rogues go
I was thinking she could join the clan as a kittypet, and then the clan leader would find her a mentor. Or should I ask another person beforehand?
yea unfortunately just a bit XD
Carrionplace - A Twoleg dump in The Forest Territories that in human language is called the North Allerton Amenity Tip. A part of Mountainclan territory that is a last resource for Fresh Kill in leaf-bare. It is the cause of the Carrionplace Disease.
Crowfood or crow-food – A dead prey animal that has begun to rot;can also be used as an insult.
Cutter – A veterinarian, often referred to as one that spays or neuters cats,but this is not always the case.
Dirt - Feces.
Fresh-kill – A recently killed prey animal caught for the purpose of consumption.Fresh-kill is hunted by warriors and apprentices, and sometimes elders, and placed on the fresh-kill pile or brought to the elders. Elders, kits, queens, and sick cats eat first, then warriors and apprentices. Extras stay in the fresh-kill pile.
Fourtrees - A place located in the forest territory, where the territory's corners would meet, in which four oaks stood and the Clans would gather in peace every full moon.
Gathering – The monthly meeting of all the Clans when the moon is full, at either Fourtrees or the Island. There is a truce on this night, and no fighting is allowed.
Greenleaf Twolegplace – A place frequented by Twolegs during summer, such as a resort or camping spot near the lake.
Hunting Patrol – A group of cats hunting for fresh-kill to bring back for their Clan to eat. May fight if there are trespassers.
Kittypet – A domesticated pet cat.
Loner – A cat that lives by itself and doesn't defend its territory.
Making dirt - Defecating.
Monster – A vehicle operated by humans. Often described when cats are near Twolegs/the Thunderpath Motorboats are sometimes referred to as "water-monsters."
Moonstone – The place in the Forest where medicine cats and leaders shared tongues with StarClan.
Mothermouth - The opening to the cave where the Moonstone is/was located.
Rogue – A usually hostile cat who does not have a permanent home, roams around, and does not care about crossing Clan boundaries.
Sharing tongues – Cats grooming each other while sharing the latest gossip. A cat lies on the ground, talking, while the other grooms their fur, listening.
She-cat - A female cat.
She-kit - A female kit.
Silver boulder - A boulder that, when the silver disc is pulled off, holds Twoleg rubbish. To Twolegs, they are just trash cans/bins.
Silverpelt – The large swath of stars in the sky (believed to be the Milky Way). These stars are a direct representation of StarClan.
Silverthorn - Barbed wire.
Smooth boulder-thing - Twoleg ball.
Snowmelt - A term used to describe slush or dirty, melted snow.
Soft boulder - A pillow or cushion.[
Tree-eater – A bulldozer.
Thunderpath – A paved road with an extremely acrid smell that cars often go across.
Tom/tomcat - A male cat.
Tom-kit- a male kit.
Twoleg – A human.
Twoleg kit – A human child.
Twoleg nest – A human's house.
Twolegplace – A town, city, or village where Twolegs live.
Newleaf - The season of spring.
Greenleaf - The season of summer.
Leaf-fall - The season of autumn or fall.
Leaf-bare - The season of winter.
Moon - The time between one full moon and the next, spanning about 29 days, a month.
Moonhigh - When the moon is the highest in the sky; about midnight.
Moonrise - The time when the moon rises.
Half-moon - About two weeks, half a month.
Quarter-moon - About a week.
Sunhigh - The point during the day when the sun is highest in the sky; noon.
Sunrise - One day in cat time (i.e. One sunrise ago).
Season - A quarter of a year in cat time. Four seasons equal a year.
Heartbeat - A split second.
Claw-moon - When the moon resembles the shape of an unsheathed claw, equivalent to crescent moon.
Sundown - Dusk.
Sunup - Dawn. However, Dawn is still used for example in the phrase "Dawn Patrol."
Fox-length - About the length of a fox; approximately a yard. (80 cm)
Kittenstep or kitstep - About the length of kit's step; approximately an inch or a half inch. (1.25-2.5 cm)
Tail-length - About the length of a cat's tail; approximately a foot. (30 cm)
Rabbit hop or rabbit length - About a foot and a half away. (45 cm)
Mouse-length - About two or three inches. (5-7.5 cm)
Pawstep - About the length of a grown cat's step, roughly six inches. (15 cm)
Tree-length - About the length of a tree; around 40 to 50 feet. (15 m)
Insults, Exclamations, & Phrases
As easy as swallowing a minnow - A phrase used to indicate easiness of the task.
As much use as a dead fox - A (harsh) insult, meaning the recipient is useless.
Bees in your brain - An exclamation meaning confusion or a cat not making sense. (i.e., You've got bees in your brain!)
Buzzardfood- Alternative of crowfood, used before the start of the Clans.
Chickfeed- Alternative of crowfood, used before the start of the Clans.
Cleanpaw- An (scornful) insult used for someone who sticks to the rules closely.
Crowfood - A (harsh) insult comparing the recipient to rotting prey animals (as in I'll turn you into crowfood!), or suggesting that they eat it (as in crowfood-eater).
(You're) crazier than a fox in a fit! - An insult used when a cat (or cats) are acting crazy. Another variation uses "madder" instead of "crazier."
Doesn't matter a whisker/Doesn't catch so much as a whisker - An exclamation meaning the cat does not care, (i.e. it didn't matter a whisker that she didn't share their beliefs) similar to I don't give a mousetail. Or saying that a patrol didn't catch anything.
Dormouse - An expression or exclamation used against a cat who sleeps a lot.
Drypaw - A cat that dislikes getting wet, usually used in waterfall clan
Dungface- An (harsh) insult.
Like LionClan/TigerClan - An expression stating that a cat does something very fiercely or well.
Featherbrain - equivalent to mouse-brain
Fishface, fishfur or fish-breath
Flea-brain - A (friendly, yet harsh) insult. Severity of the insult is almost always decided by tone.
Foxbreath - An insult
Fox-dung - A (harsh) insult comparing the recipient to fox feces.
Fox-hearted - An insult meaning cruel, cold-hearted, or evil (as in fox-hearted Twolegs).
Frog-dung - Same as fox-dung
Furball - A (friendly, yet harsh) insult. Severity of the insult is almost always decided by tone.
Fuzz-brain - A (friendly, but harsh) insult. Severity of the insult is almost always decided by tone.
Great StarClan! - An exclamation used to signify extreme surprise or anger. Similar to Oh my god! in usage and to the fact that they both have mention of a higher force.
Hare-dung - Used as an exclaimation, similar to "mouse-dung". Somewhat like "Darn it!"
When hedgehogs will fly - An exclamation style statement that shows disbelief that a certain event will likely occur (as in That will happen when hedgehogs fly), used in many variations. Somewhat like the human phrase, When pigs fly!
How in Silverpelt? - An exclamation used meaning "How in the world?"
I don't give a mousetail/They wouldn't give a mousetail - An exclamation meaning that the cat does not care. Another variation is I would ____ for a couple of mousetails meaning that they are willing to do the inserted action for no real reward. Can also mean that a cat would be stingy enough not to share a mousetail.
I'd have shredded you into mousedust! - to gravely injure, rip to shreds. Similar to mousemeat.
In all the stars - an exclamation.
It's better to scare away a mouse than welcome a badger - An old nursery saying that means that it's better to scare away a friendly cat than welcome a not-so-friendly cat.
Make dirt - to use the bathroom, or the dirtplace in warrior terms.
May StarClan light your path/Banish all the fleas from your nest - A friendly term used to tell others they wish them well.
May the Sun warm your back and the fish leap into your paws- A blessing used in ware fall clan used to wish good dreams or, in some instances, to say farewell to a dead cat.
May you find good hunting, swift running, and shelter when you sleep- An ancient farewell used by all the Clans, to say goodbye to loved ones on their way to StarClan.
Minnow-brain - An insult that is friendly but harsh. A RiverClan version of mouse-brain.
Mouse-brain - A (friendly yet harsh) insult. Severity of the insult is almost always decided by tone.
Mouse-dung - A (somewhat harsh) insult comparing the recipient to mouse feces. Also used as an exclamation (as in Mouse-dung! That can't be right!). Somewhat like "Darn it!"
Mouse-hearted - An insult that describes one who is cowardly.
Mousefodder - An insult describing that the cat is worthless or a kittypet. Used
Once a kittypet, always a kittypet! - A harsh phrase used to describe a cat with kittypet roots.
(Only) StarClan knows (what) - Sometimes used to answer a question that is impossible to answer. Similar to "Only god knows what," "Only god knows," and "god knows."
Pain in the tail - An insult meaning a cat is irritating or lazy.
Scaredy-mouse! - A similar expression to scaredy-cat, referring to a cat easily frightened.
Scaredy-sparrow - Same as the term "scaredy-mouse."
Snake-hearted, or Snake-heart- Similar to the term "fox-hearted,"
Snake-tongue - An insult meaning cold or unfair; similar to "fox-hearted" or "snake-hearted",
Sorry catches no prey or Sorry fills no bellies - Means cats can be sorry, but that will not change the past.
StarClan's kits! – An exclamation of surprise or disbelief. Sometimes used as an exclamation if a cat is hurt.
Tabbies don't change their stripes - means that a cat doesn't change their nature. Equivalent to "a leopard can't change his spots."
Toad-brain - similar to mouse-brain.
What in StarClan's name?- A exclamation similar to "What on earth?" or "What in the world?"
That's a load of badger droppings - A harsh exclamation saying that something is nonsense.
Thistles and thorns - Used to describe bad luck (as in: Thistles and thorns! I blew it!); similar to "Darn it" or "mouse-dung."
Thundercat - Used by ShadowClan to describe a ThunderClan cat.
You fight/hunt like a kittypet! - An expression used to insult or tease a cat who fights/hunts poorly.
Who made dirt in his/her fresh kill/nest?- A phrase to describe a cranky or suddenly moody cat,
Would've made mousemeat out of you! - To badly injure, rip to shreds. Similar to mousedust.
Frog-dirt and Fish-guts - Used in RiverClan, has the same meaning as thistles and thorns,
Rabbit-chasers - A less harsh insult used in ShadowClan to describe WindClan.
Who ruffled their fur?- A similar way of saying "who got under their skin?"
Rabbit-brain- An insult that is friendly but harsh. A WindClan version of mouse-brain.
Bat-blind- an insult to a cat's eyesight, similar to the phrase "as blind as a bat".
Camp - The place where a Clan makes their permanent home.
Leader's den - The den in camp that belongs to the Clan leader.
Medicine cat's den - The den in camp that belongs to the Clan's medicine cat and his or her apprentice.Sometimes referred to as the medicine den.
Warriors' den - The den in camp that is shared between the warriors and the deputy of that Clan.
Apprentices' den - The den in camp that is shared between the apprentices of that Clan.
Elders' den - The den in camp that is shared between the elders of that Clan.
Nursery - The den in camp that is shared by the queens and kits of that Clan.
Dirtplace - The place near the camp where cats go to urinate or excrete.
Fresh-kill pile - The place, usually in the center of the camp,[ where the warriors drop the prey they caught while hunting, so it is easily accessible to all the cats in the Clan.
Kit - A kitten younger than six moons.
Apprentice - A cat at least six moons old, and training to be a warrior (or a Medicine cat.)
Warrior - A mature cat who has completed his or her warrior training. A she-cat is considered a warrior when she is not currently expecting or nursing a tom's kits.
Mentor - A cat who is currently training an apprentice.
Queen - A she-cat with kits to take care of or who is pregnant with kits, or stays in the nursery helping other queens even though they have no kits.
Elder - Cats who cannot hunt or fight anymore,sometimes due to injury (Stonepelt), loss of sight (Longtail),sickness (Heavystep), or are just too old to do their warrior duties. They are treated with great respect in the Clan. The apprentices in the Clan take fresh kill to them, pick out their fleas, and change their bedding.
Medicine cat - A cat who heals injuries and/or illnesses, who is skilled with herbs, leaves and natural cures and sometimes receives special signs or prophecies from StarClan.
Deputy - A warrior who is second in command to the leader, helping the leader in their tasks and replacing them after their death or resignment. They organize patrols and make reports to the leader, and are known to be frequently given apprentices.
Leader - A cat who controls the entire Clan.A leader is granted nine lives by StarClan so they "can be first in every battle and last to take a piece of fresh-kill" basically giving them extra time to serve and lead their Clan.
"It feels alright."
"A shame. She will have to learn herself."