A Different Snowflake Dec 21, 2017 21:56:37 GMT -6
Post by Amelia on Dec 21, 2017 21:56:37 GMT -6
Special Abilities: Hardy, Pack Instincts, Desert-Dwelling
Moves: Claw, Peck, Dig, Blend-In
Taught: Name (1), Come (1), Tack Up (1), Carry Load (2), Carry Rider (2)
Amelia's Character Sheet
Amelia's Character Sheet
Amelia didn't remember Creel. As a young hatchling, he had accompanied Gentle to the mines day in and day out. The Gallor was impressive as far as an Aptery went, and he was simple like many creatures. He had recognized that his owner looked different, but she still carried the same smell that he was used to. So, he had quickly accepted her as the same owner, just one who looked a little different. A little, however, was an understatement. The humanish had changed to a snow leopard mammalian. A woman who wore many layers of clothing had turned into one with a thick fur coat who only wore a scarf and occasionally gloves and boots. Her personality had changed to some degree, and the amnesia made it fun for Amelia to rediscover the life she had been living. She had come to train today, (luckily as Gentle she had left a list of the things she had trained Creel already,) and she wasn't sure what else to do. The snow had fallen all night, and now that the day was early it occasionally drifted between a light snowfall and sunshine. Amelia blended in closely to the snow, whereas Creel stood out easily.
The brown Gallor was not used to snow, and every footstep sunk him deeper into the snow. He whined and clicked his beak frequently, trying to figure out what the snow was all about. He typically stayed inside during the winter, he was better suited for the warmth. His body was not made for this, and he was lucky his thick tail kept him balanced. He had retreated to a spot beside a large tree. It had lost its leaves and the long, thin branches had a sparkling white coating of snow and ice. He was content here however, as the shallow snow did not sink beneath him.
Amelia was the opposite. The mammalian was learning more about herself, and danced with ease. Her paws were large and natural snowshoes, keeping her from sinking into the snow at every movement. Her thick tail kept her balanced with ease, and switching between two and four legs turned to be a game for her. Her coat blended into the snow, and if it wasn't for her bright blue eyes, she would be hard to find. She came towards the Gallor, standing upright and leaning against the tree. Extracting her claws, she smiled and looked at the tree. Perhaps she would save that for later. Staying on the ground with Creel was better for now.