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message 1: by Sam/Applejack♆, Alpha of Mist Pack (last edited Oct 29, 2012 07:31AM) (new)

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Territories

Breeze Pack
The Breeze Pack occupies their territory high in the mountains, where its pretty breezy and windy, hence their name. There, the trees are tall and fairly ancient. Their water source is a fresh water stream that runs down the side of the mountain, bringing fresh water to them for their bathing and drinking. Some parts of their mountain range are steep, but others are flat like you would find in the normal pack territories. Their base came is set up on a relatively flat clearing, bordered by the forests and only about 50 yards away from their stream.

Mist Pack
Wolves of the Mist Pack occupy the territory around Frost Lake, their source of fresh water, also where they bathe. Their territory starts at the base of the mountains where the Breeze Pack have their territories. The stream that supplies the Breeze Pack with their water empties into Frost Lake which is, again, the water source for the Mist Pack. The overall landscaping and physical features of the Mist Pack territories is quite interesting, really. The clearing where they set up camp is in a sort of bowl, or low point. The their territory banks upwards and the forest bordering the "bowl like structure" starts on the upward slope. The lake is about 100 yards away from the clearing of their camp, which is a fair distance. But it's not unreasonable.

Shadow Pack
The Shadow Pack occupies the territory by the swamps. They usually stay in the areas by the swamps, but they're not exactly swamps anymore. They've mostly dried up, leaving spooky, bent trees and damp, squishy grounds. The wolves in the Shadow Pack like to chase each other through the interlocking roots of the trees, it's kinda their little game. Their water source is a large waterfall right in the clearing of their base camp, ringed by the woods. Their clearing is raised, and the forest is down around it. There is one steep upward slope, which is where the waterfall drops down from. Their territory touches the territories of the Glacier Pack and Mist Pack. (view spoiler)

Glacier Pack
The Glacier Pack occupies the territory with the most water since they are the biggest swimmers out of all the packs. Their territory is mostly flat, with a couple raised hills. One of the largest hills has a waterfall spilling off of the top of it. Another is a large pond at the base of the waterfall. Their boundaries are determined by a stream that winds in a large, disfigured figure, defining a large territory. They can get their water from any of these places, the closest being about 10 yards away because the waterfall is in their clearing and the pond winds off to the side. The farthest being the boundaries, which are about a 7 mile radius around their territories. On the other side of the stream, is nobody's territory. So far, it's unclaimed, so lone wolves show up there often.

Night Pack
The Night Pack's territory is very far away from anybody else's, but that's the way they like it. Since they are kinda the "Pack of Secrecy". Nobody but them knows that they even exist, and those who suspect that do, haven't the slightest clue as to where there territory could possibly be. They are hundreds of miles away from the nearest packs, so it's not likely that any wolves will ever just "stumble upon" the Night Pack, unless there's a spy within the pack, telling them where they are, which is unlikely. The Night Pack has a rule somewhat like treason, that any spy jobs are punishable by death. The occupy swamps, forests, many clearings, and many water sources. They have the largest territory since they're far away from the others and can pretty much just keep expanding. Thought since they're the newest pack, they don't have many members or the need for too much land. Their base camp is set up in a large clearing of the dark forests. Their closest water source is a lake at the edge of their clearing, bordered by the forests. Their is a large rock for the alpha to watch upon, like there is with all the packs.

Silver Pines Pack
The Silver Pines Pack's territory is also fairly far away from any of the others, but not really as far as the Night Pack is. They are roughly 10 - 15 miles away from their nearest pack, which would be the Breeze Pack. The Silver Pines Pack are on the other side of the mountains then the Breeze Pack are, and their water source is the mountain stream the spills off of the side of the mountains and then winds through the forests at the bottom. The clearing of their base camp is set in a bowl like structure similar to that of the Mist Pack. The sides slope up and the forest begins there, their boundaries defined by rules they had set in earlier years before everything turned into total chaos between the packs.

Lone Wolves
The Lone Wolves occupy pretty much any space that hasn't already been claimed by other packs. Sometimes, they accidentally venture into claimed territory, but they quickly realize their mistakes and evacuate before they are challenged. Their water source? Pretty much anything they can find that, again, hasn't yet been claimed.


message 2: by Sam/Applejack♆, Alpha of Mist Pack (last edited Oct 28, 2012 03:00PM) (new)

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Food

Breeze Pack
The Breeze Pack usually hunt for elk, and deer. Common game. Game is usually plentiful in the Breeze Pack territories, so they usually have no problem finding food to eat. But on super rare occasions, when they can't find game, they will eat the berries in their territories. They know what berries are safe to eat, and what's not safe to eat. The Breeze Pack is pretty much set either way with food to eat 24/7.

Mist Pack
Wolves of the Mist Pack usually rely on aquatic food like the Glacier Pack, and berries like a few of the other packs. They catch their fish at Frost Lake, and they get their berries from bushed, plants, and vines throughout their territory. Sometimes, the pack members will catch a squirrel or a rabbit for fun. They'll definitely eat it, but it's very rare that they will ever catch an elk or a deer.

Shadow Pack
Wolves of the Shadow Pack are excellent hunters, but they are also very resourceful. What does this mean? It means that they will search their borders for leftover remains or carcasses of dead kills before they hunt for their own. Shadow Pack pack members aren't very picky, and will eat almost anything they can find. In other words, they don't have much trouble finding food to eat.

Glacier Pack
Since the Glacier Pack's members are fantastic swimmers, their source of food is usually aquatic life. Or fish, for those of you who don't know what that means. Their way of catching it is actually quite complex to those of other packs to understand, but it's actually quite simple when you know what you're doing. They stand at the edge of a water source for long minutes, sometimes even hours, but never longer then a day. Then, when a fish come by, they'll wait for the right moment before diving in and catching it in their teeth. Then they either bring it back to their pack or just eat it.

Night Pack
Wolves of the Night Pack are vicious, fierce hunters. They can catch almost anything, and since they have the largest territory, food is plentiful in their area. They can kill almost anything as well, as they are the strongest pack and have the strongest and fiercest members. They don't eat berries and very, very rarely eat fish. They're bloody, voracious hunters that catch anything, and that's just the way they like it. Their prey seems to now know that wolves of the Night Pack always win, and they don't even try to escape anymore.

Silver Pines Pack
Members of the Silver Pines Pack don't have much food in their territories, and for that reason, hunting is the hardest for them. Luckily, they are pretty skilled hunters. They're not picky, and will eat anything. Berries, fish, roots, plants, meat, non-poisonous flowers, you name it. They find it, they eat it. Though there have been times when food just runs out altogether in their territory and many starve to death. Fortunately, that hasn't happened for at least 40 years. The bad news is, that it usually happens every 40 or so years. If that's accurate, then it should be happening again fairly soon. . .

Lone Wolves
Lone Wolves catch and eat whatever they can find, except berries and plants. Since they're not part of a pack, nobody ever taught them about safe berries and roots that are okay to eat. But they know how to hunt game and fish, so that's usually what they stick with.


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