@bluebird I always thought the reason why there were so little wolves sometimes was because not enough were free-ranged by players. But recently I FRd a bunch of wolves and only 5 wolves including two of mine showed up in Sanctuary that day
Falcon roamed the outside of the castle. He sniffed the air for any signs of the Wolfnapper. His head snapped around at the sound of a twig snapping. He let out a breath of relief when he was it was just a bird. He scanned the ground, looking for any paws that he did not recognize. The palace was safe... for now. He looked up at the sky. It was cloudy. He smiled. He prefered it this way. The sun was too hot on his shinning black coat. His scar twiched. He sighed, and walked around the grounds, one more times, before sitting under a tree, waiting for something to happen. He sniffed the air again, and walked to the front gate. He huffed and looked around again.
Maybe I'm being too paranoid? He thought, hopefully, but his scar was never wrong. He shifted through the fern's near by. He smiled as he got no scents other than the fern. He then sat down by the gate, and stared off into the distance.
Nate was looking around on the other side of the castle sticking his nose in the air sniffing for anything suspicious nothing. Then he listened for any unknown sounds all he heard was birds flapping their wings and chirping and squirrels digging up there nut's. He sighed with relief as he looked up at the sky it was cloudy and not a hint of sunshine. He decided to go check on Falcon and see if he found anything.
One of the lords of the castle was walking around their property. Queen Ash, without a doubt, was a real high class lady known for her wild dominant character and willingness to having fun all the time. But today she was looking very serious and worried. Dark gray female neatly climbed on the castle's wall and looked at the wilderness which surrounded the strongholds. Wolfshe frowned and growled a little in anger. She was definitely not in humor today.
"Nothing new?" He asked, looking at him. He sighed, and stood up. All of a sudden, he heard a twig snap. He spun around, and charged the area. He jumped over logs as he galloped towards it. He skidded to a stop right at a fox's feet.
"Hello there." The fox sneered.
"Get out of here." Falcon growled back. He snapped at the fox's tail. When the fox didn't move, he grabbed it's tail, and bit down hard.
"Ouch! That was a little hard don't you think?" But the fox ran off. Falcon came back out of the bushes, spitting out orange fox fur.
"Nasty little creatures." He mumbled, as he took his spot back. He saw the Queen climb the wall, and sighed. He turned to Nate.
"Her Majesty is in a sour mood today." Falcon looked around, before sitting down.
"No nothing it's just that whenever we hear a noise then we go running off and it turns out to be a squirrel or a fox. He said as he'd noticed a few little fox's fur above on Falcon's muzzle. "Of course yes the Majesty." Nate said as he looked up where the Majesty was then looked at Flacon.
Kyoshiro was happy to play with her brother but then her stomach started to growl she she decided to find where they mother is. "Mommy?" She said as she sniffed around for her scent.
"Maybe something will happen today." He looked down at his claws. They were covered with dirt, and mud. He had been digging that morning. He looked up at Nate.
"How's your day been?" It was a question that Falcon asked every single day. He looked around. His father had made this job sound so much better than it was. He so badly wanted to fight someone off, hunting something down for the royals, not sit here, and look around. He watched the last leaf fall off his favorite tree.
Winter is here. He thought, as he grinded his teeth. He sighed, and looked at a bird flying in the sky. It's color popped out against the dark gray sky.
"Do you think it's going to snow?" Falcon looked back at Nate. His green eye twiched slightly at the thought of snow. He had always loved the snow. The way it felt cold on his fur, the way it crunched under foot. He smiled as he dreamed of jumping though the snow piles. The best part of snow though was the fact that the sun didn't shine too brightly, so he was never as hot as he was in the summer.