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PostSubject: ~*~Finalement~*~   Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:05 pm

Aria kept a gentle pace as she strolled down a broken path that used to be smooth, but was now just another part of history. She kept her gray ears pointed forward and her head held high, though she failed to play a smile on her maw. Occasionally, she turned her head or even stopped to examine a caved in roof or a completely destroyed foundation. Soon enough, Aria couldn’t see any movement that was not caused by the wind in every direction. She stopped trotting and looked to her left at the ruins. It was hard to imagine such rubble being stood up and connected into houses that you could live in. Aria, personally, would never have guessed the rubble used to be something if she wasn’t told. The fey blinked a few times then slowly looked to her right. With a slight huff, she picked up her gray paws and climbed up on a little ledge of rubble.

Aria looked down as she picked up her front right gray paw to free it from a gap in between the ruins that revealed the ground below it. The white wolfess with various gray markings stood still in the gentle breeze that tugged at her fur. Her purple and green eyes were focused on the house rubble she was standing on. She couldn’t understand why no one else could understand what she believed. “Look at this…” She whispered to no one but the wind, “This is an example of a terrible event in history. An example of what to avoid... We all know the story, we learned it as pups.” She continued, “And yet, we choose to ignore what is in front of us. Perhaps they want more rubble?” When she finished whispering, she realized no one was around to hear what she was saying. Aria lifted up her head and looked around for a moment. ’What a shame.’ She told herself in her mind, ’No one can begin to understand what I am saying…. And I am talking to myself- great…’ She looked back down at the destroyed foundation with a frown, imagining all of this happening again. Except this time it would be her home.

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PostSubject: Re: ~*~Finalement~*~   Fri Jun 15, 2012 10:59 pm

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A gust of air swept through the streets. It was as if nature was desperately trying to restore itself with a refreshing gasp of air, but only to no prevail. Nature would need to rewind itself back several years, many years in fact, to repair itself. In reality, nature probably would have to reverse all the way back to its beginning to truly fix its mistakes. What has been done, however, could not have been undone. The good was left in the said "undone" state as time could unfortunately not reverse. With that pushed aside, the gray brute decided to focus on more important aspects: on what could actually affect the future, whether it was near or far. He knew his priority as Alpha; he had to run his route of wolves, the closest to a pack in the area. For all he knew, since he knew of no other groups of wolves other than his two enemy factions, he could be running the last pack on the planet. Whether he was the last or only a number, he nevertheless had the responsibility to hold the pack up stronger than the foundations of the buildings.

The male walked on the sidewalk, which was smoother and less painful than the rough asphalt road. He was not entirely sure what this ground was used for. He had lived during the final years of the human race where he saw the foul-smelling, large, and flamboyant machines trek up and down the trail. He remembered their shiny bodies that moved in an orderly fashion until the center of the city lit up and fire suddenly spread among the houses like a forest. The last moving machines had fled to a far-off land as many of them remain there, crippled and lifeless. He was focusing on one that nested under a collapsed roof (perhaps it had "homes" like the humans) when he heard speech. He faced the direction of the noise and spotted a white female upon a totally collapsed building. She was quite beautiful, and he did not recognize her. He walked the direction until he was across the street from her. He did not cross the street yet; instead, he called to her, "Hello there, are you lost?" He tilted his gray head as he sat down and wrapped his long tail around his body.
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PostSubject: ~*~Finalement~*~   Fri Jun 22, 2012 6:56 pm

Aria was enjoying the silence in the ruins as she pondered over how stupid all of the wolves must be to not see their big, flashing warning. She could imagine it all now... Wolves from all three sides were gathered in a large clearing that was once a city. Brothers, sisters, mothers, and fathers... separated from each other because of their looks. Blood was shed and hundreds were being killed by the second. But one wolf stood on a high cliff far away, shaking her head as she watched the end from a distance. She knew she wouldn't be able to stop them. Once one questioned her, the others would follow. Feeling useless, she just watched. The sad part was, only that one wolf knew they were wrong. Or maybe others did, too, but fought for their leaders anyway. The wolves all looked the same from where she, Aria, was standing. That was just it, they ARE the same... at heart.

A voice interrupted her concentration. Aria noticed she was staring at the rubble that was her battlefield in her imagination. Her purple-green eyes quickly blinked as she turned her head towards the male, perking her ears as well. She stepped her front paws to the left to face the wolf that was at the other side of the broken street. "If I was lost, do you really think I would be standing in one place? Or would I be looking around and walking aimlessly?" Aria asked with a sarcastic smile and tilt of her head. She waved her tail a good two times as she repositioned her paws so they weren't on any sharp objects.

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PostSubject: Re: ~*~Finalement~*~   Thu Jun 28, 2012 3:15 pm

The male wolf had watched the female as she seemingly focused on something. He figured that she could have been trying to decipher some of the odd words that were often printed on various pieces of random rubble. Something told him that if she could actually read it, she could be either a benefit or a threat to the Followers. The only wolves he knew who could read any of the odd shapes the humans made on everything were the Revoltaires. He knew that these Revoltaires often tried to sneak spies into Crimson City to try to find writing and further their knowledge of the human language. The large gray male was afraid that if these wolves learned enough about the humans, then they could be a larger threat to the peace of the world. He figured that they could perhaps learn how to use the tools many humans had constructed. They could maybe even activate the large obscure building rumored to be in the heart of the Revoltaire base. He had heard rumors of a creation made by the humans that could destroy the entire world. He hoped that these were only rumors. He hoped that the Revoltaires would never learn how to operate it. At least he hoped.

The female had then lost concentration due to the male's call to her. She had looked in his direction and called back to him from across the street in an ironic tone. She had responded with a point of her knowledge: a common misconception that the solution to being lost was wandering about the premise. The brute shook his head slowly promptly before calling back to her, "In fact, staying in one place is not such a bad idea." He continued to inform her about this concept and explained why it was better to do than wander about by stating, "It makes it easier for somebody coming to help you out to track you down and help you out." The brute then carefully began to cross the street. He was cautious not to move too fast across the street; he did not want to create too much friction between his paw pads and the rough coarse asphalt. He sighed silently in relief when his paws landed on the sidewalk. He looked back up at where the female was: on the roof. He did not see a way to get up there. Whatever she used to get onto the roof was not in the male's line of sight. "How did you get up there?" he asked. "I don't seem to see anything..."
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