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1 Ivypaw training with Twistedfoot on Fri Apr 24, 2015 5:38 pm

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Welcome, Guest, to Ivypaw's and Twistedfoot's training topic! If anyone would like to (even wolves in other Clans), feel free to enter!



Roleplay Stats:
(Idea originally by Magmafeather)

Hunting Large Animals[0/60]
Successful: 12 points--Unsuccessful: 5 points

Hunting Medium Animals[0/60]
Successful: 8 points--Unsuccessful: 4 points

Hunting Small Animals[0/60]
Successful: 4 points--Unsuccessful: 2 points

Fishing[0/60]
Successful: 6 points--Unsuccessful: 3 points

Finding Prey[0/60]
Small: Successful, 4 points, unsuccessful, 2 points (if many prey is found at once, then you will receive points for finding two prey)
Medium/Fish: Successful, 5 points, unsuccessful, 3 points
Large: Successful, 6 points, unsuccessful, 3 points

Finding Herbs[16/60]
Quickly found- 7 points, Not very fast- 4 points, Did not find any- 2 points

Scouting for Predators[0/60]
Found any: 8 points, unsuccessful: 2 points (finding a group of predators will earn the points for finding three, finding an animal that could be considered as both prey and a predator will give you half the points)

Offensive Fighting[0/60]
Successful move: 6 points, unsuccessful: 4 points, more may be earned when fighting prey/predators

Defensive Fighting[0/60]
Successful move: 7 points, unsuccessful: 4 points

Problem Solving[0/60]
Solution found quickly: 10 points, Solution found: 8 points, Tried but no solution found: 4 points

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[Sorry for not making this sooner!]

Twistedfoot's amber eyes glanced about as she looked for a place to train with Ivypaw. It would have to be a place with an abundance of herbs within easy distance; she guessed it would be okay if they had to walk a bit further for some of the herbs. The medicine wolf finally decided on a place close to WindClan's border. They'd be able to search for plants that grew in drier ground, and be able to head back to the river to search for some herbs there if needed. The marshlands weren't too far off; she supposed that if they had time, they could search there, too. Goldenrod will be easy to find here, Twistedfoot mused to herself. Yawning slightly, the dark gray-furred wolf awaited her apprentice, planning what they could work on first.


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2 Re: Ivypaw training with Twistedfoot on Sun Dec 27, 2015 9:14 pm

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(Ah sorry, I completely forgot about this thread! Embarassed )
Ivypaw ran joyfully through the soggy forests. Bushes and shrubs brushed her pelt, slapping her with water and leaves, but she didn't really mind. It's not like being a Medicine Wolf required her to have a clean pelt or anything. Having waken up late, she had no time to groom her fur or eat breakfast. "I'm too excited to be hungry anyway!" Following the scent of her mentor, she slowed down some as the scent trail became stronger, noticing the ground beneath her becoming more dry. "I wonder what we'll cover today?" she thought, slowing down even more as she approached a clearing. Padding into the training area, she spotted Twistedfoot and smiled, dipping her head courteously. "Good morning Twistedfoot!" She barked, not bothering to conceal her excitement. After her mother had died as a pup, Ivy had become more reserved and shy, but now her true nature was starting to come through. "What are we going to do today?"


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3 Re: Ivypaw training with Twistedfoot on Tue Jan 12, 2016 3:44 am

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[That's okay; sorry for taking a while to respond as well]

The wolf's amber eyes glanced up when she heard her apprentice arrive. "Good morning, Ivypaw. Today we'll work on finding herbs and discuss their uses," Twistedfoot started. "But... we'll also have to touch on a bit of either hunting or fighting, maybe both if we have time. All medicine wolves should know the most basic of skills," she added. "I'll let you choose what we do first, though. Would you like to start off with more herb practice, or something like hunting or fighting?" she asked, listening for a reply.


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4 Re: Ivypaw training with Twistedfoot on Mon Jan 18, 2016 12:24 am

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Ivy listened as her mentor spoke, cocking her head. "Er...Well I've learned some things about herbs already back at camp. So could you teach me how to hunt some?" she grinned, noting the dry ground. "I guess the prey that lives around here might be rabbits and deer, they would like this sort of area after all." Ivypaw glanced at Twistedfoot to see how the older wolf would respond.


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5 Re: Ivypaw training with Twistedfoot on Sat Feb 20, 2016 12:07 am

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Twistedfoot glanced at her apprentice when she spoke. "Hunting. Right." In truth, it had been a while since she'd last hunted. She was a bit concerned that she wouldn't be the best mentor when it came to warrior duties, especially with her twisted paw. "Rabbits and deer are likely. Rabbits would probably be an easier first attempt," she murmured, somewhat idly. What should I teach first? She tried to recall her own teachings from Owlscreech. "The most important thing is making sure that your prey doesn't notice you. You can do this by watching your step, and, also importantly, making sure that you stay downwind of your quarry. Now, can you scent any prey?" she asked, trying to see if she herself could identify any.


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