Rhyder stumbled and stepped on a twig before running into a tree. He lifted his head and sniffed the air. The scent of water and another wolf filled his nose. He padded forward trying his best to steer clear of trees. He still ran into a few here and there scince he couldn't see on his right side.
She trotted neatly along the waters edge, trying to find a good spot to fish. There where lots of little fish but not so much big ones, that she eat. She wanted to make her pack proud of her hunting skills so that'd what she'd do.
Rhyder walked through some bushes into a clearing with a pond of water. He didn't notice the other wolf scine she was on his right side and he couldn't see her. He trotted to the waters edge and bent his head down for a drink scaring off the small fish.
She took a few slow, steady steps into the water, her head and tail low to look for any fishes that might come across her paws. There was one! It was a few meters away though... Worth a shot. She made a quick dive and a large splash, gripping the fish tightly in her jaws as it flipped around trying to escape her grip. Inka bit down on it, killing it instantly. She smiled lightly and padded back to shore where she shook herself dry.
Rhyder was splashed with water and didn't know why. He shook out his fur before looking around the pond with his good eye. He spotted the other wolf and a low growl escaped his maw. He quickly stopped thinking that there was no reason to be protective scince this other wolf didn't seem to care that he was there.
She flinched a little at the growl and quickly dropped to the ground to show she was of no threat. She wasn't much for violence and wasn't exactly the combat type. She quickly picked up the fish and padded away with her ears to the side.
Rhyder tried to follow her scince she had food and he was hungry. He wasn't a very good hunter himself. He ran into a tree and bashed his head. He yelped scince he tried to run instead of walking so it hurt more. "Wait!" He called out trying to carefully pick his way around the trees.