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1 Bristle Hollow on Sat Nov 02, 2013 7:09 pm

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The Bristle Hollow is the training hollow located by the Apprentice's den. Mentors occasionally take their apprentice's to learn how to hunt. This prickly hollow also contains a small stream where apprentices can learn how to fight and hunt in the stream.

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26 Re: Bristle Hollow on Fri Jun 13, 2014 11:41 pm

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The brute turned after hearing the wolf's answer, and began to pick his way carefully toward the scent. "We're getting closer." He thought, slowing down his pace some. But what the young wolf failed to notice was where he was putting his paws. Suddenly a sharp pain pierced his paw. Wrenpaw yelped and stumbled back in surprise. Grimacing, he flipped his front paw over to reveal a long thistle stuck in it. Looking back embarrassed and still hurting, he hoped that Leopardfrost hadn't been paying attention. The male then turned back to the minor injury and sighed. "Starclan this is going to hurt!" He thought, as he carefully took the thistle in between his teeth and tugged. "Fox-dung!" He hissed in pain, spitting out the thorn in good riddance. He gave his paw a few good licks there after and set it back down again. Feeling Leopardfrost's eyes probably on him, Wrenpaw flattened his ears in embarrassment. "I...er...Let's keep going." He said quickly, hoping the Warrior wouldn't try to make a fuss or something. Being the independent wolf he was, he really didn't like getting a lot of attention. Especially with the secrets he was keeping now....

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27 Re: Bristle Hollow on Sun Jun 15, 2014 10:06 am

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Leopardfrost simply looked oddly at the apprentice as he stumbled backwards unexpectedly. He cocked his head to the side slightly, wondering what had happened. A thistle. A thistle had stuck to his foot. Luckily it wasn't a snake of some sort, since Leopardfrost didn't want to have to bother the medicine wolf with poisons for the moment. The apprentice removed the thistle while he was still watching, then mentioned to keep going. Leopardfrost nodded and walked on, keeping a slow pace so the apprentice could keep on showing the way around. He did not really want to admit that he hadn't gotten used to exactly this part of the territory yet, so letting the younger wolf lead him around without mentioning why seemed better to him.

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28 Re: Bristle Hollow on Thu Jun 19, 2014 11:09 pm

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Up ahead, he heard something stir. Wrenpaw froze. Making sure he was downwind, the brute peeked out from under a bush. Somewhat in the distance, he spotted a large Mule Deer, it's rack reaching into the sky. Wrenpaw was unmoved, until he saw the way it walked. "It's limping!" This meant the large buck might make easy prey for the clan. He then signaled for Leopardfrost to stay close behind him. "We can run him up that ridge." He whispered to him hoarsely, knowing that uphill travel would slow the buck down dramatically. He then, waited a few moments and the deer grazed before giving the signal. At that the male charged out, his partner hopefully on his paws.

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29 Re: Bristle Hollow on Fri Jun 20, 2014 7:44 am

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Leopardfrost ran up beside Wrenpaw, his gaze focused on the buck. It was quite the deal bigger than them, but they were two, and Leopardfrost could smell its stressed scent, carried by the wind. It reeked of injury, as well. The warrior was getting close to the deer, and felt the wind run down his back and hackles as he sprang at it. He bit one of its legs, but let go before the stressed animal kicked out towards him, letting him escape with a mouse-length.

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30 Re: Bristle Hollow on Fri Jun 20, 2014 10:21 am

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Wrenpaw ran along excitedly, instinct bringing him into the joy of the hunt. He ran with his tongue lolled out his mouth in pure enjoyment, though not for too long. Leopard tore the leg of the deer, making it slow even more, and it limped heavier. The male then slowed, "It limps a little like Larkpaw..." He thought suddenly, feeling heavy. The buck took this time speed away from him. "What am I doing? I'm letting him escape!" Wren then shot forward again, keeping on the buck's side to make sure they were heading towards the ridge. When the timing was right, the male reached up and bit the buck heavily in the flank. He then slowed his pace a little to avoid be kicked, but continued. Wren could almost feel the poor creature's anxiety coming off in waves as it started to head up a slope, easily tiring out.

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31 Re: Bristle Hollow on Sun Aug 17, 2014 7:53 am

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Leopardfrost was flung backwards in his jump to escape the hooves of the distressed mule. The splotched male landed easily on the ground, preventing himself from tripping with skilled footwork. Then he started dashing up the slope, hardly even losing speed as he closed in on his prey. The leopard-like male then leaped and fastened his teeth two mouse-lengths under the throat of the mule. Dangling from the struggling animal's neck, he put one shaking paw up towards the throat of it, batting its throat with claws while shaking. As he was flung off, he fell on his back, but scrambled up quickly, getting on his paws before the hooves hit him. The experimental blow to the throat had taken its effect, with cuts and bruises covering the targeted area. But the mule acted even more spooked now, filling the air with fear-scent. Without saying another word, the male readied himself for another go.

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32 Re: Bristle Hollow on Wed Nov 12, 2014 1:19 pm

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Wrenpaw attacked the other flank with Leopardfrost. He let out a grunt as he lost his balance and fell, skittering dust and pebbles into the air. But the male soon regained his paws again and chased after them, this time swooping forward with his jaws open to catch the animal's leg. He then jerked his head back, tearing deep into the flesh and finding bone. Leopardfrost was flung back by the distressed prey, but quickly rejoined the apprentice within a few seconds. He then let go of the deer's leg, and subtly slowed his pace since he felt his strength waning. "His leg must be broken now. So if I keep at a pace like this, it will soon tire him out." Wrenpaw signaled Leopardfrost to do the same, and together they both trotted behind.
Just as he predicted, it took a short amount of time for the prey to run himself out. Blood dripped from it's hind leg, gently falling into the dried grass, and for a second the male began to feel sympathy towards it. But whatever rue he mounted up was short-lived. Wrenpaw darted forward again, aiming for it's stomach. The deer let out a gasp, but was too exhausted to defend himself. The older apprentice chomped down again, sensing the animal slowing and kicking out in feeble attempts to dislodge himself of the wolf, but to no avail. Leopardfrost probably attacked again, and Wrenpaw let go as the Mule deer staggered back, his dark brown orbs reflecting pain.

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33 Re: Bristle Hollow on Fri Nov 14, 2014 11:09 am

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The small female picked her way down the path with paws scratching the stones underneath her paws. She could easily pick up the two wolves scent with the deer's, but kept back a distance. As she approached, she gradually slowed and halted, ears wide and alert. She peered keenly over the heather, holding back a sneeze as the brittle blew against her face. Found them! She crouched and gazed out, her cherry-colored eyes warm with approval as she watched Leopardfrost bite the deer. He was then kicked off, causing her to sit up in alarm for a few moments, but sighed in relief and laid back down when he got up again. I must stay here to make sure no other accidents happen." She flattened herself back on the ground, giggling as Leopardfrost tore at the deer's throat.

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34 Re: Bristle Hollow on Sun Nov 16, 2014 8:12 pm

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Wrenpaw circled the deer slowly, trying to stay out of his sight so that he could strike. The prey turned his head in distraught between the two wolves, bellowing it's frustration. Finally it switched it's focus on Leopardfrost. "Now!" He darted forward, grabbing at the deer's throat and pulling back. "There's no way it can escape now!" Wrenpaw unfortunately miscalculated the prey's vigor. Suddenly, the deer reared back, kicking him and sending him flying onto his stomach. The male gasped as the breath was knocked out of him, and for a second even though it was broad daylight, he could see stars. "Wha..." He struggled to regain his breath, feeling a sharp pain in his ribs as he got to his paws. "Ow," he groaned, feeling his pride dissolve as Leopardfrost's gaze was probably turned on him.

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35 Re: Bristle Hollow on Sun Mar 08, 2015 11:32 pm

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Swiftspirit gazed on from her secret place. Her face drooping in disapproval as the younger wolf darted forward to take the killing bite. What was his name? Wren-something? Anyways Wren-something was trying to be the hero and take down the elk instead of Leopardfrost. "How dare he! No one should try to ever exualt themselves over Leopardfrost. Anyone who does deserves to die for that!" She narrowed her cherry-colored eyes and unknowingly began to scratch deep marks into the earth with her claws. A smirk appeared on her face a moment later as the young male was then kicked to the ground. Was he dead? No, he got to his paws a second later, shaking off his fur. "Too bad..."

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36 Re: Bristle Hollow on Mon Mar 09, 2015 10:24 am

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(I'll probably finish up this hunt, since I'm not sure if Leopard is going to reply. Sorry if I Rp a little for him, but I don't want it to seem that Wren is doing all of the work.)

Wrenpaw lashed forward one last time, sinking fangs into the deer's shoulder and dragging it down to the ground with him. It let out a bellow and attempted to free himself from his death dealer. But Wrenpaw, despite being an apprentice, was nearly warrior age, so the deer didn't flee him. Leopardfrost would probably go for the deer's throat, making the killing bite, but Wren wouldn't be able to see because of the red matted fur in his face.
He did, however, felt the moment that the deer went limp. Sudden weight came down on him as the Mule deer had ended his fighting, his last breath being drawn until he would forever cease. It's heartbeat was rapid for a time. Then slowly decreased until there was nothing he could feel but silence. Wrenpaw let go. He gently laid the once proud animal down on the thick grass near the hollow. "He's dead..." He thought, gazing at the deer's now lifeless brown eyes. It wasn't that the male wolf felt sad, he wasn't going to mourn over something he had killed. He simply felt an odd emotion stir in him. "Awe? Respect?" Maybe he simply felt grateful that the deer had died to feed the clan. "Thankyou for your life and for your meat...It will benefit us greatly." He whispered, but too inaudible to hear. Wrenpaw then turned to Leopardfrost. "Um...good job." He then cringed, realizes that he was congratulating someone older then him who didn't need it. "I...uh, let's get back to camp!" Why was he stuttering his words all of the sudden? He grabbed the neck of the deer and began to drag it back towards camp. He wondered if Larkpaw was back from her assignment. He wondered how Weedpaw was doing.
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