Creek Pack Ranks

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Creek Pack Ranks

Post by Snowstar on Fri May 08, 2015 3:54 pm

These are the  ranks for Creek Pack


These wolves are vital for the pack's survival, they hunt and feed the pack. Without them the pack wouldn't survive.They are known for their sharp senses and agile bodies, both strong in the jaw and quick on their feet, as well as their knowledge on all kinds of prey, being the ones closest connected to other, non-wolf animals.


These wolves are responsible for searching the border of the Serene Lands, looking out for strange wolves, threats, and reporting any concerns to the Council, Alphas or Betas. secret pass is Ariisia They're known for their maneuvering techniques, climbing trees, speeding away from any threat and being natural escape artists if stuck in a tight situation.


The Wolf Guards are there when the pack is danger, they fight off dangerous wild life such as bears, coyotes, and mountain lions who attack the pack, as well as break up fights between members and keep the peace and order within the pack. They're known for being the biggest and bulkiest of the pack, mostly lacking in speed but making up for it in muscle.


When a wolf turns six months, he/she can  go into a training as a Scout, Guard, Hunter or Healer learning the tasks  to be a high rank, they also assist with cleaning the nests of elders and the queens. They train till they turn 12 moons or are ready to serve the clan as a full pack member.  Until turning six moons, they stay in the nursery with their mother.


The youngest of the pack, these young wolves tend to  stay in the nursery till they reach six moons at which time they can be given a mentor to train them. Pups are mischievous often getting in the way of the elders and warriors. However, they tend to be interested in the stories the elders tell. Most pups are eager to begin their apprenticeship before they reach six moons of age, and very curious about what happens outside their camp.A pup's name must end with the suffix '-kit'.


An elder is a Pack cat that has served his or her Pack faithfully, but has now retired. They are wise and are held in high respect by the other wolves; their counsel and knowledge is sought several times even by Pack leaders, though they are often described as grumpy


A queen is a she-wolf that is expecting or has recently given birth to a litter of pups. Though known to be overly-protective of pups, queens usually are compassionate and kind, and in many cases they have been known to convince their mates or Pack leaders to take in cats in need of help.

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