[M] I lava you

Lux

POSTED: Thu Jul 06, 2017 12:13 am

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This new land that Valdís had found herself exiled in just kept revealing new and exciting things for the warrior to explore. Before, she had been confined to her home of a single forest. While nothing could compare to the bountiful haven she'd been born in, there was something invigorating about not knowing where she was or what she would find. She had never climbed mountains, seen oceans, or traversed the strangeness that was a human city. Now, she had and she found herself wondering whether she was better or worse off for it.

Valdís had been raised to scorn outsiders for their ways. Hate them for their wickedness and ignorance. Now, she was one herself. While she wasn't exactly friends with any that she'd met, she honestly couldn't look at her daughter and think 'heathen'. Despite having been born outside the wood, having been born of a blood that had never touched the sacred forest, she was just as precious and pure as any child Valdís had raised before.

However, there was one definitive downside to having left her wood and taken on a child. Within the forest of her youth, she'd had her fair share of sexual partners. It didn't matter if they were strangers or had been raised as if siblings, there was a safety and solidarity among them. She didn't have to worry about disease or unwanted pregnancies, for no tribesmen had a heathen's illness and no child of a tribesman would go unloved or unwanted. Here, it was different. Here, she had to count her days, remember her heats.

After taking on her young ward, it only became harder. It wasn't that any potential partners had qualms about her being a mother. Any outsider she lay with knew that it would be a one time deal. No, what was difficult was keeping the child in one place. The girl had a tendency to wander that made life more than difficult.

But now that Valdís had figured out a way to keep her child in one place safely, she could travel far and wide in search of prey. Today, as the sun set, she found herself in a strange wood that looked even younger than hers. Hidden beneath new growth, she saw glimpses of blackened wood strewn about, A sad, but common occurrence. Old must give way to new.

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POSTED: Thu Jul 06, 2017 11:38 pm

The beast was going to be a father soon. What was he to do? There were demons that still plagued his mind, continued to torment the behemoth and coax him into doing their evil, and the male still let them. His will had broken when the male had lost his mate, and the only thing keeping him whole now was the prospect of pups being born that the male would struggle to protect with his very life if it came down to that. And that very same fatherly instinct was what drove the beast out of his territory now to hunt for meat to bring back to the woman he had made pregnant.

In his beastly Secui form, the dark male looking more monstrous than canine as he stalked the forest north of the mountain for a piece of meat that he had been stalking for miles. Elk, was the word that would describe the creature he now hunted, but to Lux, it was simply prey, his mind had adapted a feral nature, devoid of words or rational thought and running more on instinct than anything else.

Silently, the bear like wolf-dog stalked into a woods that was green and black. The charred old trees reached to the sky like arms of the dead reaching up to the heavens as they took their last breath, but the forest was not devoid of life, and in fact the very creature that Lux had been stalking so far could be seen now, a mere glimpse a dozen meters away, the dark beast did his best to proceed forwards undetected by the huge animal, freezing with a silent curse as a foreign footstep from somewhere off to the side put the elk on alert, it's antler adorned head raising to survey the surrounding area before the creature bolted.

And Lux tore after the beast like a horse out of the gates. Deadly claws dug at the earth with every stride, using them as leverage to propel himself forwards even faster, and his moment to strike came when the mighty antlers of the beast caught against a tree and the poor thing stumbled. This stumble would cost the creature dearly. Black claws found elk hide and the immense weight of Lux sent the creature toppling forwards. Massive jaws clamped at the back of the creatures neck, bones crunching between over-sized teeth the legs of the elk ceased their movement and it bellowed a hideous cry. The animal could now do nothing but wait for a death that was upon him.

Black ears twitched as a sound was carried to him on the wind again. Foot steps. And golden eyes looked up gleaming. "Show yourself." The dark giant spoke, his voice oozing dominance and the self assurance that came from being aware of one's strength.
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POSTED: Thu Jul 13, 2017 2:51 am

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Unbeknownst to her, her feet took her on a metaphorical path straight to victory. There was no trail beneath her feet that belied what she would find just ahead, but when she saw antlers crest her field of vision, she slammed herself into a halt. A halt too slow. The jerk of those antlers in her direction proved that he'd heard, seen, or smelled her and her advantage was therefore lost.

Silently cursing herself, the dark woman crouched low to the ground, hoping her natural pelt would hide her from his searching eyes. Regardless of whether he caught wind of her or not, he bolted away from her. She pushed off the ground, eager to give chase, but was quickly overtaken by a big black blur. He surged forward, faster and closer than she was, and leaped atop the animal's back, killing it faster than she thought possible for an unarmed hunt.

Despite herself, she approached, with a familiar sensation building up in her. He called to her, she answered. Wordlessly she stepped forward. She kept her stance wide, dominant. Her broad white chest was pushed out, head held high, heterochromatic eyes flashing with appreciation for his size and obvious skill.

But who was to stop there? She strutted forward confidently. She circled him in a predatory manner. Valdís had to say, of all the men she had seen outside of the wood, his was the most impressive figure she had ever seen. His coat was thick, dark, shiny. Muscles rippled beneath it. Muscles that she had seen in action and knew they were more than show. His eyes were a burning gold, brighter than any in her forest. Content, she hummed softly to herself. Yes, he will do quite nicely.

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POSTED: Sun Aug 06, 2017 10:51 pm

This one certainly did not lack confidence, but what did she plan to do? Waltz up and begin eating Lux's catch? Fight him for it? It was impractical really, he was twice her size, he was twice everyone's size, and she wouldn't come out of the scrap uninjured so what was it that she planned to accomplish by walking right up into the lions den? The dark furred beast quirked his brow and huffed. "Well, dove, I don't plan on sharing my catch without a good reason, do you think you've got one worth my time?" The beast asked, standing to his full height, puffing out his chest and looking down at the confident female who had approached him so fearlessly.

She was not afraid, and so the monsters that dwelled within the skull of the beast were not set on edge as they would have been with someone who merely cowered in fear at the very presence of such a large wolf. No, she was not afraid, and there was no reason for her to be afraid, for Lux was a good man, the same could not be said when it was the demons within him that held the reins. And so, with a smirk that bordered on a slight sneer of the friendly teasing variety, Lux gazed down upon the smaller female who had approached him and decided he may as well introduce himself. "My name is Lux, and you would be...?"
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POSTED: Sat Aug 19, 2017 9:15 pm

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"Perhaps," her voice called out. She was not playful, rather she was matter of fact in tone. The lilt gave away her status as a foreigner, strangely effeminate in the strong, bulky woman who stared down the behemoth before her. Her large paws were near dead silent on the forest floor as she continued to circle her newest prey.

A name? Oh, did he actually want to exchange pleasantries? A strange people these heathens were, but oh well. She could play their little social games. After all, he had to have something to call out tonight. "Valdís." The singular word was a deep, throaty growl, though not aggressive in nature. "But I don't really get why names are necessary for passing strangers." Tell me dear sir, will we be more than that tonight?

She broke from her circling and approached with her head held high and eyes staring deeply into his, so bright for all their darkness. Valdís walked to him, head on, and then passed him wordlessly to his fallen prey. Their dark fur brushed against one another before the contact ended abruptly at the end of her journey. "This is quite the catch. I've not seen many take down such creatures alone."

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POSTED: Wed Sep 20, 2017 7:49 pm

The dark furred Secui kept his head high and his eyes trained on the large female as she padded closer, an unreadable expression on his broad featured face as she spoke. The woman seemed to be more feral than most Lux had met, sizing the male up based on his hunting ability rather than his personality at their first meeting. She was animalistic, in a good way, the male thought, as he continued to watch her move, smooth muscles rippling beneath her natural dark pelt. "Valdis." The male repeated after her. His voice was deep and smooth, like water tumbling over stones in a stream, reverberating within his broad chest.

The woman spoke of how passing strangers shouldn't need to exchange names, and went on to give praise to the dark wolf about how not many had taken on such creatures alone. The dark furred giant pulled one corner of his mouth back in a crooked smile, and he sat back on his haunches silently for a moment before speaking up. "You know, Valdis. We're hardly strangers, I know you're name, you know mine, in fact we're speaking right now." The male spoke with a bit of stale humor. When he wasn't trying to romance it up or scare the crap out of someone, Lux was the kind of person who thought he was hilarious, but really, he wasn't.

But the male stood up off his haunches now, padding closer to the female as he sized her up, looking for something in her, any hint of fear or repulsion, but what he found there instead was confidence. "You're not from around here, you're so very different from any woman I've met." he admitted, looking the female in the eyes as he passed her. "Come now, would you really prefer to be passing strangers? If so, then pass me by, if not then join me." Lux spoke, dipping his head to the fresh kill he had made as he looked up at his newest distraction.
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