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Julia Crow

"I don't want to be the bad guy, but I have no choice."

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a character in “A Supernatural Affair”, as played by SlightlyInsane

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Name:
Julia Crow

Age:
Appears 21 / Is Actually 237

Gender:
Female

Sexuality:
Heterosexual

Role:
Hunter

Species:
Elf (in disguise)


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Special Skills:
  • Longevity - Though not immortal, elves have a lifespan lasting much longer than humans. Because of this, they age much slower than humans. They are resistant but not immune to illness.
  • Superhuman Abilities - Being an elf, Julia's senses are much better than a human's. She also has increased strength and speed.
  • Healing - She is able to heal herself or others, but at the cost of her energy. She cannot revive someone.


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Hair Colour:
It is naturally a dark brown, but she has changed it to be teal with a few pink-purple streaks.

Eye Colour:
Blue

Height/Weight:
5'2" / 104 lbs.

Ethnicity:
French, British, and Austrian

General Appearance:
Standing at 5'2' and weighing only 104 lbs, Julia appears to be of little threat. Her porcelain skin and delicate features add to this. However, anyone who has gone head to head with her knows that underneath the appearance of a thin, little girl is a surprising amount of strength. Of course, this is due to both years of training and being an elf.

To hide the pointy tips of her ears, she uses a few different techniques. First, she generally just doesn't let them show. She rarely pulls back her naturally wavy hair (though she will curl it), allowing it to fall over her ears. Second, she wears a special ear cuff on each of her ears. Each is enchanted and able to disguise her ears. Finally, if all else fails she has an enchanted ring. The ring has the same ability as her ear cuffs, however it will not last as long as the ear cuffs. Julia wears the ring on the ring finger of her left hand, under the guise of it being a purity ring. (If she is receiving unwanted male attention, she may say it is an engagement ring.)

Julia prefers function over fashion when it comes to her clothing. After all, it's hard to chase after Supernaturals while wearing stilettos and a skirt. (It's also hard to run away.) That being said, her style can be quite eclectic. At times she'll wear an outfit that shouldn't look good given the combination, but somehow she'll pull it off. Other times she opts for a simpler look. It really depends on her mood. Most of the time she wears a leather jacket and black combat boots.


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Likes:
+Witches and Warlocks
She lived in a community which included witches and warlocks. She is intrigued by their magical abilities and happy that they appreciate nature as she does.
+Faeries
She finds that they are generally similar to elves. She also lived with a few at one point in her life.
+Music
She likes almost all music, especially rock and classical.
+Nature
Being an elf, she has a strong affinity for nature. She really likes birds and flowers.
+Tea
It's very soothing to drink and warms her whole body.
+Guns
They get the job done quickly, especially if you can aim.
+Reading
It's relaxing, entertaining, and can give insight..

Dislikes:
-Lycanthropes
Most find vampires to be disturbing, but she thinks it's weird that lycanthropes can change physical form.
-Hunter's Dogma
They're terrible people who want to kill what they don't understand. Some may have legitimate reasons for wanting them gone, but she's fairly certain these humans are acting out of fear due to the stereotypes of Supernaturals. Also, this is the organization that (unknowingly) made her kill her own father.
-Humans
She thinks that humans are weak and has a general dislike for them. She's met some nice ones, but almost all humans don't like Supernaturals.
-Chocolate
She ate way too much of it once...
-Spiders
They're creepy looking and can be really big.
-Loud and Unexpected Noises
Since her hearing is better than a human's, it hurts her ears. If there is an unexpected and loud noise she will do anything from grimace to physically jumping.

Strengths:
+Using Guns, Especially a Sniper Rifle
Julia has been trained to use various guns, though she excels at using a sniper rifle.
+Quiet
She is very light on her feet, often able to sneak up behind people. However she rarely uses this in combat, as she is usually away from the fighting.
+Singing
Most elves have very beautiful voices. Julia is no exception.
+Intelligent
She is naturally intelligent and giiven how many years she's been alive, she has learned a lot. However, that doesn't mean she knows everything.

Weaknesses:
-Sense of Smell
Strangely enough for an elf, Julia was born without a sense of smell. So if something is burning she will have to rely on her other senses to tell her it's there.
- Melee Weapons
Her father decided not to train her with melee weapons, so she has no experience using them.
-Her Family
If you ask her about her family, she will either shut down or react violently.
-Height
Despite her speed and strength, she is still only 5' 2". She will never be able to reach anything up high without getting help from an object or person.

Fears:
-Hunter's Dogma
The amount of followers, power, training, organization, and hatred against Supernaturals that they have is terrifying. She wasn't scared when she joined but she sure is now.
-Being Found Out
She knows that if Hunter's Dogma knew she was an elf, she'd have quite a few bullet holes in her before she could run.
-Emetophobia
She has a fear of vomit. If she sees it, she will head in the other direction. Just the idea of people vomiting causes her anxiety.
-Becoming Close to Anyone
She's afraid that they will end up dead because of her or that she will kill them like she did her father.
-Falling to Her Death
To her, it seems like a very unpleasant way to die.

Personality:
Julia is normally very quiet and reserved. Years of being on this Earth have taught her that it's better to observe those around her before interacting with them. This way, she can learn a little bit about them and how they act. She also believes that exercising caution is the best route. If she does talk to someone she will come across as a no nonsense type of person. While this is true of her demeanor, she is able to let loose and have fun. It's just a bit hard to enjoy herself after her father's death.

She fears becoming close to anyone due to her parents' deaths. She doesn't want to lose another person she cares about or have to target them due to being in Hunter's Dogma. Because of this fear she tries to distance herself from others. If she has to she'll be extremely rude to someone to deter them from trying to be friends with her. Despite her fear, she longs to have someone she can trust. After her father's death Julia had no shoulder to cry on. To have someone to talk to about her life, about the emotions she's been forced to keep inside of her, and about the thoughts running through her head would be a dream come true.


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Hunting Equipment:
+A Black Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Rifle
Attachments:
+A biopod
+Supressor
+Night sight scope
+Variable zoom scope
She doesn't tote her sniper rifle everywhere due to the impracticality of it. She leaves it at Hunter's Dogma's base or somewhere else secure when she doesn't need to use it.
+A Stainless SIG Sauer P226 Pistol
She almost always carries this with her.
+Ammunition
Because you need something to fire out of your gun.
+Earpiece
For communication with others.

Other Equipment:
+Cell Phone
In case she gets bored or wants to get away from social interaction.
+Water Bottle
She will sometimes carry a water bottle with her to stay hydrated and avoid having to pay for overpriced water.
+Money
In case she needs to buy something.
+Her Earcuffs and Ring
As mentioned before, these two items make sure her ears don't appear pointy.
+Her Amulet
Made of crystal, her amulet was given to her by her mother. It is supposed to help with Julia's healing abilities. She also considers it lucky and a representation of her family due to there being three crystals.


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History:
Julia was born in 1849 in a small town in Canada. She is the only child of Vincent and Maria Crow. Due to being an elf, she remained physically a child for a little under a century. Because of their slowed aging, the family often moved around. They never stayed in a place for more than a year. Then young elf was able to see much of Canada and the United States during this prolonged stage of childhood.

Not having many friends her age (or species for that matter), Julia relied heavily on her imagination and her mother to keep her occupied. One of her favourite games was to imagine a world where there were other elven children to play with and compete against. Elves have a natural affinity for nature and so she spent many days running through the woods and observing the animals. On many occasions she would seem to disappear into the woods, which worried Maria. Though her daughter was never in any true danger she couldn't help but worry.

Maria's Death:

When Julia was physically 16, her family decided to move into a small community of other Supernaturals. This community included elves, witches, warlocks, and faeries. Vampires, Lycanthropes, and Succubi/Incubuses were generally not welcomed by the community. Her family lived here for a few decades until her mother's murder. Though humans normally posed little threat to the community, a small group of them had managed to poison Maria. The group was quickly exterminated by the community, but fears of a repeat attack led to many of the Supernatural families leaving. Julia and Vincent were one of the families to leave.

Julia was devastated by the death of her mother, who she considered her best friend. Her mother had always been there for her and had been willing to teach her the ancient way of healing passed down through generations of elves. Without her mother, Julia felt lost. It didn't help that her father refused to talk about Maria after her death, as if she had never existed at all. He became a different man, one that was much darker than the father she knew.

He was hellbent on stopping any more groups of humans from killing Supernaturals. He began to train Julia relentlessly, making her practice her already superior strength and speed. Though he knew the Elven ways of fighting, which was typically with a bow and arrow or sword, he chose to teach her how to use guns. This decision ultimately decided what weapon(s) Julia would excel with and what ones she would be completely left in the dark about. The elf found that she was able to work with various guns, but preferred using a sniper rifle. While she mastered the art of stealth, patience, and aiming, her basic understanding of other weapons slipped somewhere into the farthest reaches of her mind. Because of this, she has very little idea how to properly use knives, swords, or a bow and arrow.

Julia never complained about the training, but wished her father would have told her that he was proud of her. He would nod his head in approval as she trained, but never outright told her he was proud of her. He also never told her that he loved her following her mother's death. This too caused the elf distress, as she only wanted to please and be loved by her father. She knew that he did love her, but for whatever reason he would never tell her this and it hurt.

The father and daughter eventually moved to New Zealand after eliminating a few small Hunting groups in Northern America.. Not very long after their arrival, rumours of a group of Hunters surfaced. Curious about this new group and what they were capable of, as many previous had been weak or ill planned, Vincent convinced Julia to join Hunter's Dogma. She agreed, though she had no idea just how powerful they were. Once she was in, she realized that she agreed to more than she had bargained for. The group was trained, well guided, and many had a fierce passion for eliminating Supernaturals. Knowing that leaving the group would put her and her father at risk, she continued to follow them as they continued to gain followers.

Vincent's Death:

The group grew at an alarming rate. Soon, they were ready to put some of the members to the test. She was chosen for a small group tasked with eliminating a couple of Supernaturals who had been spotted living in a nearby town. The team made their way into the town, breaking into an apartment complex which was all too familiar to Julia. It was where her father was currently residing. She had seen him a few days prior, telling him of the size and danger of Hunter's Dogma. He had been confident that they could find other Supernaturals willing to fight back.

Atop an adjacent building, Julia watched helplessly as her father and a few other Supernaturals were attacked by the small team. Two of the Hunters worked quickly to take down a warlock before he could fight back, while another two were busy taking care of a Lycanthrope. Finally, another Hunter had been assigned to take out her father while the elf in disguise stood ready in case any of the Hunters needed assistance. Vincent, being an elf, managed to evade quite a few of the Hunter's attacks. He was hit here and there but never went down with any of the blows. Julia continued to watch through the windows, hoping that her father could manage to escape. She could hear the Hunters who had taken down the Warlock getting ready to assist with the remaining two targets.

Vincent climbed out of a window, standing on the ledge. The Hunter was close behind him, though he was nowhere near as nimble. Julia knew that her father wouldn't be able to jump down from the building without badly hurting himself. His options were to fight the Hunter or attempt to jump to a balcony. He chose to engage the Hunter in combat, likely due to a mix of anger and pride. He was unaware of Julia's presence. That is, until the Hunter desperately cried out her name as he almost fell off of the ledge. For a single moment, the two elves made eye contact. In her father's eyes Julia could see a mix of sadness and determination, just as he could see fear in hers. The two had a mutual understanding, an acknowledgement that this group was as dangerous as she had told him. Eventually, the Hunters would kill him. They wouldn't stop until they knew for sure he was dead.

There was a howl, prompting Vincent back into action. The Hunter fighting him had advanced, knives at the ready. However, the human was still no match for her father. He soon found himself at the end of the ledge, one step away from falling. "Shoot him!" the Hunter told her through an earpiece. "Just shoot!" Julia hesitated, knowing that there was little chance of her missing. Why wouldn't her father just leave the fight? She knew he wanted to kill all the Hunters he could, but leaving one alive wasn't going to make a difference at this point. Perhaps he had the same thought, as he started to back up on the ledge in a bid to either return to the apartment or jump to the closest balcony.

However, one of the other Hunters had made their way onto the scene. The impulsive human leaped through the window tackling her father. The two fell in what seemed to be slow motion. Julia didn't have time to aim, she just shot. Though she had intended for the bullet to be for the human Hunter, it had found its way into her father's body. The two crashed onto the street below. The Hunter had landed on her father. He rolled over on the ground, trying to right himself. Vincent wasn't moving. Though Julia wants to believe that it was the impact of the fall that killed him, she somehow knows that it was her who killed him.

Since her father's death, Julia has had little hope of any resistance against Hunter's Dogma. She also knows that her chances of being able to leave/flee the group and find somewhere safe to live are slim.


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Other:
In addition to singing she can play the violin and the viola.

Hex Colour:
#089c91

Face Claim:
Jodelle Ferland

So begins...

Julia Crow's Story

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Character Portrait: Victor Stavros Character Portrait: Carissa Grey Character Portrait: Julia Crow Character Portrait: Linzie Lional Character Portrait: Jax Eliot Character Portrait: Riley Character Portrait: Kieran
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Dialogue Colour: #191970 || Location: Ashhurst, New Zealand

Carissa stepped out of the shower and wrapped herself in one of the green and teal polka-dotted towels that was hanging on the wall of her bathroom. She stood in front of the mirror, observing the lack of wrinkles on her ivory skin. She sighed, pulling out her blowdryer to dry her hair. As she did so, the small bathroom started to become a little too warm for her liking. She finished up, quickly smudging on some black eye makeup before heading to her bedroom.

She slipped on her undergarments before putting on a pair of black pants and a long sleeve black shirt, completing her outfit with a pair of black combat boots. She grabbed her duffle bag with her hunting gear inside of it and headed out, locking the door behind her.

When she reached her car, she threw her bag into the back seat as she got in. She started the engine, buckling up as she did so. She exited the parking lot of her apartment complex and drove towards the local coffee shop. It was where the Hunters usually met if they were going to be going out on a hunt.

As she pulled into the lot of the coffee shop, she didn't see any of her fellow Hunters yet. She pulled out her cellphone, dialing them quickly into a conference call. When they finally picked up, she spoke: "Hey, I'm at the coffee shop. I'll order your usuals for you. Be here as soon as possible. I have some information to share. Important information," she said, pausing for their responses. "I'll see you both in a few." She hung up the call and sauntered into the shop. She ordered the coffee and took a seat at one of the larger tables, waiting for the others to get there. She sipped her coffee, watching the steam come off of the other two cups that were sitting on the table before her.

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Dialogue Colour: #778899 || Location: The Wilderness

Victor stretched his aching arms, waking up slowly as the sun shone through his open windows. It was much too early in Victor's opinion, but there was no sleeping in for him this morning. The sun was too bright. He sat up, looking around the living room of the log cabin he lived in. Dammit. I fell asleep on the couch. Again, he thought to himself, rubbing his eyes with his thumb and index finger. It had been a long night, and he was far beyond exhausted.

He got up, making himself coffee quickly. After his cup, he got dressed and decided to head out. As he was walking, he noticed a few Supernaturals out and about as usual. There was one in particular that caught his attention, however. She had raven black hair and piercing, light blue eyes. He was instantly drawn to her, but he couldn't figure out why. He walked up to her carefully, attempting to not scare her as she didn't quite seem to be paying much attention to anything.

"Hello?" he said, trying to strike up a conversation with the beautiful creature before him.


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Location: Ashhurst, New Zealand
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Julia's eyes opened in a panic as she felt her cell phone vibrate. Who was calling her and why? She quickly saw that it was Carissa. She quickly answered the call, the soft piano music she had been listening to turning off. The other Hunter told her and Kieran that she was already at the coffee shop. Apparently she had some very important information to share, likely regarding their hunt today. Though Carissa paused for the other two to respond, Julia said nothing. The other two knew she wasn't much of a talker. Besides, Kieran talked enough for both her and himself. The music returned to her ears once the call had been hung up.

She uncrossed her legs before standing up and glancing around. A few other Hunters were inside the armoury, none of them were paying any attention to her. After all, they weren't part of the group that she normally worked with. She stretched her arms above her head. She'd been sitting on a chair for about an hour and was stiff. She had woken up early and gone to the armoury to retrieve her sniper rifle for today's hunt. However, given that she had time to kill she'd decided to just listen to music to relax herself. After all, hunting Supernaturals wasn't exactly enjoyable for her.

After taking her rifle case, she left the armoury and proceeded to drive to the coffee shop. Once there, she found Carissa sitting with a cup of coffee. Two other cups sat on the table. She gave a nod to her fellow Hunter as a 'hello'. Julia sat down in her seat and took a sip of her hot tea. Though she was a calm person and had been relaxing, she could feel the anticipation building up inside of her. What news did Carissa have? What Supernatural species would they be hunting today? These questions would have to wait to be answered however, until Kieran had taken his seat at the table. Until then, Julia was content to sip her tea and observe the humans around her. Humans could have such strange conversations, many of which she could hear due to her heightened senses.



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Jax was singing loudly as he showered in his small apartment. In fact, he was singing so loudly that his neighbor was banging on the wall in an attempt to shut him up. The warlock paused briefly and noticed the banging noise. He couldn't help but grin. He enjoyed pushing his neighbor's buttons, but he'd never done anything to truly piss the other man off. After all, he wanted a place to live.

He finished his shower, drying himself off and then dressing. He wore his usual dark pair of jeans, a fitted t-shirt, and black shoes. Today he had his contacts in. Jax whistled as he poured a bowl of cereal and some milk. He ate quickly, eager to start his day. There was nothing in particular to set this day apart from any other, he just was excited for whatever the day may hold. Even if it was rather mundane, it wouldn't be a day wasted to him. When you could possibly live forever-- and had lived for almost nine centuries-- one wasted day really was nothing.

Jax bounced down the stairs and out of the door of his apartment. As he walked out into the bright sunlight, he shielded his eyes with his arm. Once his eyes had adjust to the bright natural light, he looked around. There were some people he recognized strolling about, but nobody in particular he felt like striking a conversation with. He decided to walk down the street, going wherever the wind would take him.

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Location: Ashhurst, New Zealand
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Image Kieran was, if he was being brutally honest, absolutely exhausted. After he had gotten back last night he simply collapsed next to the window in his hotel room and passed right out. Big mistake. Waking up with your stomach in pain, your clothing covered in blood and a pounding hangover headache was not one of his finer moments. 'Ah, at least no one I know saw me. That would make for an awkward conversation in the morning.' After assessing the damage done to his room alone Kieran grumbled and picked himself up. First thing on the list was a shower. Everything that was destroyed could wait until he was clean.

Another bad idea.The water on his head made it ache even more and his clothes got soaked because he stupidly decided to get in the shower before he got undressed. After he managed to peel his shirt off it was revealed to him that he had a long and gross looking slash around the side of his stomach. It was alarming at first until he recalled that he had gotten into a fight last night with some random drunk guy. The guy had been carrying a knife and Kieran had made a tipsy error in dodging. Thus, the blood. Well that made him feel slightly less grossed out knowing that the blood he was covered in and scattered around his room was in fact his. He would need to stitch it up before he did anything today.

After showering and drying himself off he inspected his wound in the bathroom mirror. It was long, and deep enough that he would need to stitch it, but it had stopped bleeding and as long as he kept it clean it shouldn't get infected. Poking it and stretching made him wince but that was about it. Once it was taken care of he could simply ignore it until it healed. Once he had gather his medical kit and the clothes he would wear for the day he set up in front of the mirror in the bathroom. It didn't take long to disinfect the wound, and after an annoyingly amount of time taken threading the needle, he began stitching the cut. When he was halfway done his phone went off and it was shocking he didn't stab himself with the needle. He groaned and pinched the bridge of his nose. 'Bet I can guess who that is.'

He grabbed his phone from the pile of dirty clothes and looked at the name in mock surprise. 'Knew it. Early bird Carissa.' The information on the phone showed him it would be a conference call as well. He stretched his mouth into a smile, put the phone to his ear after clicking 'answer' and continued stitching.

"Good morning ladies." He greeted. Kieran squinted in the mirror at Carissas words. 'Did we have a hunt today? I can't remember. Crap.' When she paused to wait for the responses of the other two, and Julia said nothing, Kieran clicked his tongue thoughtfully. He could leave soon if he hurried. "Yup yup I should be there very soon I just gotta fini -ah" his finger slipped and the needle jabbed his skin. "finish getting dressed. Can't go to work naked. Would shock all the critters." After the call was ended Kieran resumed his stitching at a slightly faster pace. As soon as it was finished and he was satisfied with his work, he rubbed some soothing cream across it and wrapped his stomach in a thing and stretchy bandage. It would stay for now and as long as he didn't get into any life-or-death fights then he would be fine. He quickly dressed in a white T-shirt and black jeans, put his boots on and grabbed his black jacket. He wasn't going to bother doing anything else to his appearance for the moment, he was far too tired and hungry to really care. His messy hotel room was looked over with a glare. That would have to wait until he found out what the important information was. With a sigh he left the room and locked the door.

Thankfully he wasn't too far from the coffee shop and he placed his food order at the counter. The very nice waitress told him she would bring it out when his meal was finished and he gave her a big thankful grin. The other two were already there and strolled over to flop in the remaining chair, careful not to wince as his stiches itched a bit. "Ah. My two most favorite people in the world. How are we this morning? Good?" He looked between the two of them a couple times and grabbed his coffee cup. "Awesome! I'm slightly hungover, so this coffee is an excellent way to start my day. Thank you very much you lovely woman." Taking a gulp of the still slightly too hot coffee he sighed in contentment. Black, fresh coffee was his favorite. He grinned at the two of them. "So. What have you got for us today M'lady?'

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Location: Wilderness
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Image Riley was thankful that this community of humans and supernaturals was mostly shady. The morning had been bright in the sun so far and yet she wasn't feeling quite as sick as she usually would, thanks to the trees and buildings casting so many shadows. The weather was also cool enough that it didn't bug her and she could move comfortably in her blue jeans and button-up red blouse. She hadn't needed a jacket, and her gun holster was hidden underneath the blouse nicely. no one would really notice it there unless they put their hands on her hips. And if they were doing that then they were way too close.

She had been told to come to this particular community as the person she was looking for had been seen here recently. And by recent she meant anywhere from the past few weeks to the last year. So far her search had turned up no one who remembered her, which didn't come as too big a surprise. Grabbing a tea to go from a small shop she wandered around for a few moments lost in thoughts. All around her were a mix of humans and supernaturals going about their daily lives, and she found it refreshing. At the end of a street Riley was contemplating what to do next when a voice cut into her thoughts and she realized she had been standing still and staring into space.

She stared at the man in front of her with a slightly confused look on her face. He was taller than her, with a handsome and friendly face. It took a moment before his greeting had caught up with her mind and she blinked a couple times, offering a small smile. She had no idea what to say to a stranger when she wasn't probing for information. Most people would just ignore her presence, maybe give her a smile and continue with their day. She decided to simply return his greeting. "Hi there. Pretty day out huh?" Her smile remained on her face while she mentally scolded herself. 'You seriously did not just try to start a conversation with that, come on Riley this is embarrassing.'

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ImageChop chop chop. Linzie was paying a small visit to her family in the forest, she was cutting wood with her father. The axe was very rusty, but it was still able to compete with her brothers. Despite, her brothers towering her in size she was actually a good challenge against a bunch of male werewolves. Her and her brothers had been hunting in the woods, before they had to chop firewood she's done it many times and she thinks she's quiet good at it actually. Obviously, her brothers or her father usually get the kill, but that's how it just works in a lycan family Males>Females.

It's not like she's ever had a problem with it, she and her mother have grown accustomed to it besides the men can do the hard work and we get to do the easy ones simple! When she was in the forest, her appearance didn't really matter to her so she just threw on a sundress (Which was not ironed) and helped her mother clean the ''house.'' The house was a house indeed, but sometimes it would get confused for a monsters den or a wolves house. Her and her mother would usually talk about food, or how life was in the city this time Linzie asked her mother how she met her father her mother replied ''Oh your father was like a gorilla in those days, beating his chest all day long, barking out commands he wasn't always this tamed y'know.''

Linzie shook her head at her mother and replied ''This is him tamed? I wouldn't wanna see him wild..'' Linzie and her mother both starting chuckling to themselves, before the door slammed open and a deer head came in shortly behind it were a pack of hungry boys. Linzie looked to her mother to settle the boys down, and so she did ''Dinner will be ready in 20, go heat up the fire then lads.'' 20 minutes later, and Linzie and her mother had prepared a feast, they brought out a deer stuffed with a apple inside it's face cooked to perfection. So crispy infarct, that touching it would make a part of its meat fall off. As soon as she put it on the table, the boys tucked in like a pack of wolves well....a pack a of wolves...

At the end of the day, Linzie set off back to the big city and gave her goodbyes to her and her family, her brothers just to annoy her starting making some howling sounds. Tsk boys... She acted annoyed, but infact she was grateful for her brothers and she wouldn't trade them out for a single person. Her cab gave a quick beep, and Linzie rushed to it quickly it starting to drive off and Linzie waved to her family from the back of the cab. ''GOODBYE EVERYBODY!'' She said from inside the cab, not like they could hear her or anything but she still wouldn't stop blowing kisses to her. Linzie dropped her head and snoozed inside the cab, it was pretty late at night and the drive was a 6 hour one so might as well she thought. The next thing she knew she was back in the city and it was morning

''.. Ugh...jet lag curse you! or cab lag! or whatever..'' Linzies head was aching, presumably from the rough seats in the back of the cab ''Might as well go for a coffee'' she thought..Linzie gave a quick whistle to the cab drive and told him to drop her off at a coffee shop. When they arrived, she payed him some cash and she got out carrying her heavy briefcases...damn like a wild boar...or at least that's what she thought. Linzie walked up to the counter and said ''Can i have a chocolate frappe..thanks!'' The waiter went to make her order, so she went and sat down. She was set beside 3 people 2 girls and a 1 boy they looked like they were making a meet up..interesting she might eavesdrop on this one with her extra sharp ears.