Post by ⋆Ravɛn on May 1, 2013 8:57:01 GMT -5
" I'm the one with the warrior inside."
this is me in the flesh,
PRONUNCIATION: As it sounds, like Ramsey
taste the sky,
AGE: Four years
BREED: Timber wolf
HEIGHT: 32 inches
Standing at 32 inches at the shoulders, Ramsay is a large, musclar brute. His body is covered in thick fur, as black as the night sky on the darkest of nights. The only color visible on his body is his eyes, which are round and golden in coloration, a stark contrast against his dark fur. With a thick neck sporting an impressive scruff, a large chest, massive shoulders, and muscular legs, Ramsay looks to be a wolf of strength, although he is far from the largest or the most powerful. Weighing in at near eighty pounds, he is built more for strength than for speed, making him more valuable in positions that do not require great swiftness.
thoughts that make me go insane,
From an early age, Ramsay's mother taught her children of virtue, honesty, fortitude, and cordiality. While not all of Ramsay's siblings took these lessons to heart, Ramsay tried his hardest to become what his mother yearned for her pups to be: a hardworking, almost "noble" being. Ramsay tends to be extremely loyal to those he pledges himself to, and would easily give his life for those that he loves. He is stable-minded, although slightly hot-headed and hungry for valor from time to time. In some situations his courage gets him into trouble, and his determination is often seen as stubbornness. He is a willful brute, loathe to give up or to be defeated. After a painful struggle with love in his past, Ramsay is polite yet weary when it comes to females, willing to help them if need be yet guarding his heart closely.
all over my shoulder,
SIBLINGS: Lux [f], Therin [m], Kalen [m]
Ramsay was the second born pup, second behind only his brother Kalen. From a young age Ramsay knew that Kalen would be the one to inherit both their home and their pack, and although his siblings were sore over the matter, Ramsay didn't mind. As he grew, pack life became routine, and by the time he was a year old, he fit right in.
As the pups continued to grow into adulthood, Kalen was thoroughly prepped for his future position, and the other pups spent their time hunting, scouting, and exploring. Ramsay grew exceptionally close to his sister Lux, spending hours upon hours chasing prey or simply talking with her. For the longest time the two were inseparable, until several weeks after they turned two, when Lux suddenly disappeared. Despite his parents insisting that they were clueless to her location, Ramsay suspected that they had sent her away.
No longer wishing to remain with a pack that he cared little for, Ramsay left without a word early one cold winter morning. Without a specific destination in mind, Ramsay eventually stumbled upon a small "pack" of rogue wolves, made up of three males and one female. While they were wary of him at first, they eventually welcomed him into their ranks.
In time, Ramsay grew well acquainted with the four. Malia, the she-wolf of the group, quickly grew to be fond of Ramsay, and the two spent many days together, just as Ramsay and Lux once had. In time, Ramsay grew to love the she-wolf, and took her as his mate. All was well, for a while.
Shortly after Ramsay turned four, another loner by the name of Dane showed up to join their ranks. From the start, Ramsay was weary of the large brute, and grew to be even more so when Malia began to spend time with him. After several times of finding his mate with the stranger over a period of four months, Ramsay attempted to explain to Malia how uneasy the friendship made him. To his surprise, Malia grew furious, turning on him and claiming that she had began to fall for Dane. Heartbroken and furious, Ramsay attempted to approach the older pack members to have Dane exiled from their ranks. Ramsay was promptly informed that Malia had asked for them to rid of Ramsay instead, and before Ramsay could so much as snarl or flee, the brutes were upon him, fully intending to make a slave out of the timber wolf.