Most Respected Wolves
Lupa - Alpha Female
Taciturn - Beta Male
Lupa - Alpha Female
Taciturn - Beta Male
Raydon was following closely behind his Tomo. He never stopped looking around though. Taking in all the different sights sounds and smells. Every now and then he'd get wrapped in a particular scent and start following it. Going wherever his nose carried him. That is, till he realize he was wondering off from Tomo. At which point he'd stop sniffing and run to catch up to Tomo. Raydon's favorite time of the year was winter. He didn't really know why. Maybe because the winter time always brought his old pack closer than they already were. So winter, while truly cold, was actually the warmest and the most wonderful time of the year. "Isn't this wonderful, Raydon." Tomo said.
Raydon smiled brightly and lovingly. "The best." the cream colored brute replied with a tender smile. He went up beside Tomo, and began rubbing against him. Raydon buried his face into Tomo's fur, nuzzling into him and taking in his brute's scent. Raydon watched as Tomo lowered his head to the ground before lowering his entire body to the ground. Raydon simply smiled as he watched him. He's so cute. Raydon thought to himself. He was about to lay down with him, only tomo stood and walked once more. Raydon blinked and tilted his head to the side in confusion. Though he shrugged and padded off after Tomo till they reached a river and Raydon grinned, coming to a stop beside Tomo. Their flanks pressing together as they both watched and admired the river.
Raydon looked at Tomo with a mischievous glance before he nipped his ear playfully, tugging on it gently and again in a playful manner. Then the creamy colored male bit into Motomo's scruff and began to gently and playfully gnaw and pull it. Once he was quite done nipping his brute, he started to lick him lovingly, all over his face pretty much, while rubbing their bodices together. Raydon's chocolate orbs then changed their gaze from Tomo, to a squirrel who was making circles in the same spot at the base of a tree trunk, searching for food apparently. Raydon couldn't help it as his pup-like personality surfaced, and he yipped in excitement, jumping up slightly. He leaped over Tomo's back and landed on his front paws first. The second his back paws touched the soft layer or snow, the cream colored brute tore off, propelling himself forward with his muscular back legs.
He charged towards the squirrel, the snow kicking up like white, sparkling dirt behind him as he plunged onwards with his long legs. His cream and white pelt waving in the breeze as the air rippled through it. The squirrel ran around the tree, Raydon chasing right behind the fluff ball. Together, Raydon and the squirrel both made a couple sharp laps around the tree, till the squirrel sprinted up the side and went on a high-up branch. Raydon jumped up at the tree branch, but the cream colored brute failed to reach, no matter how many times he tried. He stood on his pack legs, pressing a paw against the bark of the tree trunk. He started barking up at the squirrel before lowering onto all four legs again, and spinning in circles before barking and jumping playfully, staring up at the squirrel as it was chattering it's disapproval at the lupe. Rayden eventually gave up and ran back to Tomo. He sat down, looking at him, panting from his adrenaline-rush, his tail wagging behind him, collecting the soft flakes. Raydon stood up then when he calmed down, he dropped his chest down rubbing his face and neck into the snow, pushing himself along using his hind legs. Then he completely flopped onto his side and began rolling in the snow. He paused for a moment, but only to stretch a paw out, and paw at Tomo's chest, before continuing to roll in the snow. He really likes snow, it's one of his favorite things. So he wanted to take it all in, he didn't care how silly he looked. He was a pup at heart, and would only be serious when he needed to be. Where's the fun in life if you're nothing but serious all the time? You only live once, so you should make the most of it, that is Raydon logic.
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