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WhiteWolf

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    Turn my mic up louder, i gotta say something.
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  1. Owen followed Rhya inside, a slight smile on his face as he knew what was about to happen. Normally when a Guardian successfully completed their training the celebration was held in the Rangers' Barracks, but Owen knew Rhya had close friends outside the Rangers so he had decided it was only fair to break with tradition and choose another venue, and The Hole in the Wall was more than suitable. While Rhya worked the room, enjoying/enduring the attention and well-deserved congratulations, Owen sort out to find Burrich and Ham. “Well now Owen, I see you survived Rhya’s training. There
  2. "My head was so twisted around that I couldn't see how I'd misinterpreted your words so badly. And you speak of not apologising to me... neither you should! You have nothing to apologise for. I, on the other hand," her lips twisted in self-disgust, "am deeply sorry, dear heart. Forgive me?" Owen was slightly bemused at the sudden about face and by Rhya giving him permission to not apologise to her, but even more so when she asked his forgiveness, an event so rare Owen was not sure he had ever heard her say those words before. Shaking his head at what he perceived as the absurdity o
  3. Good grief Rhya, give me chance to get in the door before you start babbling at me. “Would you mind if I entered our house before I attempt to answer your questions? Without waiting for an answer Owen gently, but firmly, moved Rhya into their house, indicating she should sit down in her chair. Before she could start talking again, Owen pressed his finger to her lips, silencing her next words. “I will explain everything in a moment Rhya, but I also need a drink, so wait there, contain your impatience and I will make us a hot drink.” Owen quickly prepared two cups of tea
  4. Owen was grateful that the location of the Stedding was not higher up in the mountains as this meant they missed the worst of the weather that could plague the mountains and at the higher altitudes it was not unknown for snow to remain all year round. Many an unwary traveller had been caught out by a sudden storm and lost more than just their livelihoods. As it was, the wind was stronger enough to take the edge off the temperatures and make some of the Wolfkin scurry for the warmth of their homes. Owen however had work to do and so instead turned towards the Ranger barracks and before starting
  5. As with many of the buildings in the Stedding, the Trackers' Lodge was built in such a way as to blend in with its surroundings. Owen was doing his best to appear inconspicuous as well, although why he thought playing his flute would be inconspicuous was a mystery. He wasn’t playing any particular tune, just a progression of notes and scales, listening for the song. Today, though, there was no song, only a pleasant series of notes, neither mournful nor joyous; but there was emotion, something worth remembering Owen thought. Just then the door opened and Rhya entered the Lodge. No doubt sh
  6. With the weather closing in and the wind picking up speed, Owen decided it was best to head straight back to the cave as the last thing either he or Rhya would need was hypothermia. Thankfully Riverwind had ensured there was a rope ladder anchored in place just a hundred paces away. Owen had already disentangled himself from the gorse bush before Rhya joined him. As soon as she hit the gorse bush Owen started to help her get out of the bushes. Under different circumstances this might have been a moment of mirth as they struggle with Rhya’s cloak, which seemed to have deliberately entangled it
  7. Owen kept his own council as he led Rhya up the trail that wound around the mountain. He was not being rude towards the young Guardian, instead he wanted to unsettle her, place her in the correct frame of mind that Owen wanted her in. The location Owen was heading for was one that he visited on his own, many times and suited his purpose exactly. Finally, after covering a few miles, Owen spoke to Rhya, keeping his comments clipped and letting a small amount of irritation creep into his voice, all by design. “We will make camp a little further on” Without waiting for an answer Ow
  8. Owen was having fun with this now; normally training was a chore, one he was happy to do, but a chore none the less. But watching Rhya and appreciating the effort she was putting in gave Owen a sense of satisfaction that he had not felt for some time. However, he quickly squashed that train of thought as it led to memories he did not want to think about. "This is about self-control, right? Not letting emotions cloud judgement by learning a coping mechanism. Or something similar. Or am I way off the mark?" Rhya’s voice brought Owen back to the present and after clearing his throat Ow
  9. Owen waited for Rhya to come out of her trance when she was good and ready. While he was waiting for her, Owen got up and walked around the small clearing they were in, searching for something. Eventually Owen found what he was looking for and returned to Rhya. She had opened her eyes and was watching him as he sat down. “Well now you know what I was explaining to you, how do you feel?” Owen listened intently to Rhya’s answer, smiling to himself as she tried to explain what she had felt. When she finished Owen nodded his head, then grabbed hold of her hand, pulling her to her feet. “Well n
  10. Without any more talking, Owen started running, using a long loping stride; one designed to cover long distances easily. Rhya fell in beside Owen and the two of them headed towards the hills and a trail Owen knew would not tax Rhya too much. “Tonight I will start to instruct you in the Way of the Ranger, being a Ranger is not all about using weapons, and you may find parts of it confusing at first. A Ranger should always act with the highest regard for the people they are protecting, even if they do not appreciate or desire the help. We do what we do, not for thanks, we do it because it is r
  11. I am a man-wolf, I am a wolf man I have half a canine mind I have half the mind of a man I am neither of one kind Maybe it was only an hallucination I made a thorough investigation The image had a power that clings To my jaded imagination My brain has found the bells it rings Sunlight after a long dark night, the sounds of birds singi
  12. Navigation Computer report Orbital status now maintained Target zone vectors logged in The Tube is now ready Please swallow your blue Dreamer And place the helmet on your head Can you hear the lights approaching? There's a sudden rush of sound You laugh but no-one's joking The Dreamer's turned you round And now there's no distraction You've slipped the noose of fate Your dreams are now in colour You've reached your future state The O. G.
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    "I have come. But I do not choose now, to do what I came to do"

    Navigation Computer report
    Orbital status now maintained
    Target zone vectors logged in
    The Tube is now ready

    Please swallow your blue Dreamer
    And place the helmet on your head

    Can you hear the lights approaching?
    There's a sudden rush of sound
    You laugh but no-one's joking
    The Dreamer's turned you round
    And now there's no distraction
    You've slipped the noose of fate
    Your dreams are now in colour
    You've reached your future state
    You've reached your future state
    You've reached your future state
    You've reached your future state
    You've reached your future state
  14. @Tay, still in denial i see, such a shame, especially as you are so cute when you try to be annoyed And you only have yourself to blame for nagging me to come back
  15. @Tay There was defiately nagging,wheedling,whining and an attempt to make me feel guilty....and the one weapon you have that no one can resist, your cuteness @Chaelca I know it is hard to believe, but she is a zen master at nagging, i have suffered it first hend for many a year @Lavinya Thanks for the welcome and remembering the training, or was it so arduous you have been scarred for life @Mat Good to see you as well Mat, the last photo of your girls was excellent, i can't beleive how much they resemble you.....and less of the old you
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