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Tayden Kianna Volks

Love has no age, no limit, and no death

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a character in “Teen Wolf: Blood Moon”, as played by Stiles

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|Name|
Tayden Kianna Volks

|Nickname|
Tay, Kianna (Only family is allowed to use her nicknames)


|Age|
16 (Just turned 16)

|Race|
Werewolf

|Sexual Orientation|
Heterosexual

|Role|
The Youngest Child / High School Student


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|Height|
5 foot and 2 inches


|Build/Appearance| She has a round shaped face, and an ivory complexion matched with round hazel eyes and plump lips. Her hair is dark and wavy and she often puts highlighted extensions in her hair. She has a petite frame and stands approximately at 5'2, making her by far the shortest of the Volks siblings.

|Skin Tone|
Pale/Ivory


|Hair Color|
Black


|Eye Color|
Hazel







|Scars/Tattoos/Piercings|
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|Abilities/Skills|

Heightened Senses:
Werewolves can smell, see and hear far better than humans.

Pain Tolerance:
As a female, she has a higher pain tolerance compared to her male counterparts. She's gotten a tattoo, so she's relatively accustomed to pain and handles it with surprising grace. (Anyone remember how Scott had to get his Tattoo?) Though like anyone else, she does have her limits.

Accelerated Healing:
Werewolves heal quickly from most injuries.

Enhanced Agility:
Werewolves can jump, run, climb and react faster than humans. She is slower than the average Beta, but makes up for it in strength.

Enhanced Strength:
Werewolves are much stronger than humans. She is a bit stronger than most Beta werewolves.

Pain Transference: Werewolves can absorb and alleviate pain from other people/creatures and can "heal" in some cases.

Memory Transference:
Werewolves can transfer (give or take) memories by inserting claws into nape of an individual's neck. This ability can also allow direct "mind to mind' communication.


|Likes|

Writing
She's wrote stories since she could write the alphabet, and arguably before then. She enjoys writing because it's an escape from the real world and throws her into whatever universe she wants to create. She's got several notebooks filled with short stories but all of her best are written in the black notebook she carries around with her everywhere.

Drawing/Painting
She is constantly drawing or painting in her free time, or when she's zoned out in class. She wants to be a famous writer, but she'd settle with writing children's books. She loves taking a blank canvas and making something totally original out of it. She's never happier than when she is holding a brush or pen.

Music
She loves almost all forms of music besides Bluegrass, Heavy metal and Screamo. She likes inspiring music, something she can write and get ideas from, or relaxing music that can temporarily take her away from her hectic home life.

Sweets
She loves eating sweets and watching scary or romantic movies. She's a sucker for cookies and cupcakes and she can rarely say no to either. They're one of the easiest ways to her heart, but she isn't telling anyone that anytime soon.

Parties
She loves going to High school and College parties with her sisters. She doesn't really participate in the binge drinking or recreational drugs, but she does enjoy finding new music and loves to play games of darts or beer pong with the boys.


|Dislikes|


Cheaters
She's being cheated on by her current, and first boyfriend. She suspects it, and has mild proof, but she doesn't want to be alone. She hasn't ended it, despite knowing she should. She hates her boyfriend, but it's someone to talk to. He's also smart, and mature aside from his affair. Plus it makes her feel normal. Being a werewolf, human problems are embraced by her, even if they're not exactly 'normal' by human standards.

Her Parents
She dislikes them, almost to the point of hating them. Neither understand her and both of them expect a lot from her when they compare her to her older siblings. She just wants to be herself without getting compared to Katilyn or Tiffany.

Going home
She doesn't like spending much time at home. She hates conflict and ever since the arguing started she's been avoiding their house. She spends extra time at school, friend's houses and at the park just to get away from the awkward silences and shouting.



|Fears/Secrets|


Being alone forever
After her parents mentioned divorce, her fear of being alone has greatly increased. She feels that if she ever becomes an Alpha, or falls in love with a human they'll never accept her for who she really is. She doesn't like being by herself, even if she must resort to sitting in a room with complete strangers.

Trusting the wrong person
She's ultimately terrified that she'll trust the wrong person with her secrets and be exposed. She doesn't want to put her family in danger but with all the secrets she's been forced to keep she's about to explode from it all.


She is dating a college guy (Beginning of the RP only. It won't be a huge deal.)
She started dating an older guy she met at a party. He's cheating on her, and she is starting to realize it, but she doesn't want to let go of the relationship. It gives her the companionship she needs, even if it isn't exactly the romance she'd pictured in her mind. She was initially attracted to his intelligence and maturity, unable to stand the immature antics of boys her age. She hasn't realized it yet, but her grades are dropping due to having to sneak around at night to see him.



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|Personality|

Tayden has always had a creative flair since childhood. She is always doing something artistic, whether it be unique choices of clothing, writing, or sitting outside for hours at a time painting. She never was as hyperactive as her older sisters and she's always been the odd one out. She is a confident girl, typically relying on herself rather than others. She hates depending on others and prefers to get things done on her own. She refers to their parents by Mr. and Mrs. Folks, feeling very withdrawn from her parents, even detesting them. She values honesty and loyalty, but she doesn't place much faith in family, especially after the several family issues occurring lately. She likes mature, confident men and loves to play goofy games like laser tag. She likes to go to parties and have fun, but lately she's been avoiding them due to her older boyfriend. She likes plays, classic movies and books, and spending time in nature. She has a very stubborn personality, and is not really someone who can be easily persuaded. She hold grudges and doesn't hand her forgiveness out liberally. She has strong political views and a loyal Vegetarian and animal activist. She is quirky, and sensitive at times, even though she tries not to show it. She spends hours over-analyzing conversations and hidden meanings in people's actions. She likes competition, especially writing and art contests. Despite being a hopeless romantic, she feels she isn't good enough to find a charming 'Noah Calhoun' from The Notebook, Lloyd Dobler from 'Say Anything...', Bad boy 'John Bender' from 'The Breakfast Club', or Jake from Sixteen Candles.





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|History|


Born to two loving parents and two older siblings, Tayden didn't feel like she fit in anywhere. She grew up to be quirky and stubborn, but never really broke any of the family rules. She wasn't a rebellious child, watching Katilyn's multiple groundings and other punishments taught her at a young age to not defy her parents. She was never really that close to either of her siblings, but she loved them both all the same. She loves Tiffany because despite all first impressions outsiders may get from her, her older sister is definitely a fighter. She defies all expectations and is just a walking contradiction. Though she loves Katilyn because she's wild, like a wild mustang. Regardless of how much their parents try to tame her, they never seem to be able to get a saddle on her back.
Because of this, Tayden and Katilyn were always at each other's throats over anything and everything as children. The two of them never could agree on anything. It didn't matter if it was what toys they played with or who was 'it' in hide and seek. Despite this constant chaos, the family functioned quite well for several years. Their parents were arguably overly strict on them, but they were fair enough at the same time. Sure most of their practices of discipline violated child safety laws, but Tayden knew better than to say anything about it. Their parent's stern, military-like, and secretive air wasn't just a front after all. They didn't like anyone outside of the family knowing their business, and for good reason considering they're not your average family. Most normal families have a dog. They have five, figuratively speaking and all of them have a knack for violence. Due to their all work and no play lifestyle, their girls are a bit out of hand, each in their own original way. Somewhere along the lines their mother also grew bored of her Beta of a husband and had an affair... that Tayden was just lucky enough to walk in on one fateful night. Tayden is the one who caught their mother cheating on their father, and immediately told him. She feels guilty for tearing the family apart, and takes it quite hard now that the family might never fix itself. She immediately cut off from her family after the marital affair was exposed, not that she wasn't distant before. She may not be a rebel, but she definitely breaks a lot of rules to keep her own identity these days.

Strangely, shortly after Haley's disappearance Katilyn's become closer to her. Tayden, whom she used to almost never get along with, has become suspicious but enjoys the company. She's noticed that Katilyn has been suffering from some sort of secret, but has promised not to mention it to anyone. Fearful of causing more damage, Tayden has kept well to her promise.

So begins...

Tayden Kianna Volks's Story

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January 13, 2011 - Woodlynne High School/Woodlynne, Indiana - Two Days Till the Full Moon



Clark had made all the preparations he needed for what came next. He made sure to actively hide his scent as well as checked his eyes to double check their usual blue tone. His clothes and black heavy coat were clean andImagehis satchel had all the plans for his first day of teaching at Woodlynne High. The entire town was on edge since the body of a local college student was found in the woods, seemingly maimed by a wild animal and this fact put the entire Green family on edge. As the new family in town, Clark knew they were going to be at least persons of interest. So Clark saw it as his job to blend in and seem as normal as possible.

As he walked away from the bathroom mirror and out the door, he walked with as much confidence and authority as he could muster, drawing more then a few glances and whispers from both students and teachers alike. This however didn't bother the Alpha as he shrugged off the thought and entered a room freshly marked with his name in black lettering. Clark quickly placed his bag on the desk and looked around the room, noticing that all eyes were on him.

"Morning, everyone. My name is Mr. Green and I'll be your World History teacher for this semester. I know with everything going on, it may be hard to concentrate, but please try and stay with me." Clark stated as he placed a piece of chalk between his fingers and wrote his name on the board, followed by the word 'history' below it and a question mark. "What is history? It is past. It is prologue and it is memory. We learn history to learn from our mistakes as a civilization and as the saying goes, those who do not learn from the past are doomed to repeat it."

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The first class went by with a flash. Clark could barely remember what had happened or what exactly he said, but before he knew it, the students picked up their books and various bags and walked out of the room. Left alone in the empty classroom, the new teacher decided to check the role sheet for his next class that had been placed by one of the teachers earlier. As he read, he took off his large coat and placed it on the back of his leather wheeled chair, taking in every name;


Wendy Bennet
David Cavell
Violet Dignam
Emily Fleur
Augustine Green
Joseph Green
John Houston
Frank Kenneth
Abigail Mira
Belle Montgomery
Danielle North
Garret Nuit
Richard Parker
Ron Rice
Tayden Volk
Katilyn Volk


While Clark was worried about having his little sister in one of his classes, he had prepared for the inevitably and knew his sister wouldn't give him too much trouble, unlike his brother. If worse came to worse however, he could talk to the principal about it. His stream of thought however was interrupted by various teenagers coming in and taking their seats and from what he could tell, each name on the list had been accounted for.

"Good morning everyone. My name, as you can see, is Mr. Green. This is World History..." he said with a calm demeanor, not even acknowledging his brother and sister in the room.[/color]

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January 13, 2011 - 7:35 A.M. - Woodlynne National Park/Woodlynne, Indiana




Tayden woke up on a park bench, in the same clothes she wore the day before. Her throat was a little hoarse, but she'd remedy that as soon as she got to school. Honestly she was surprised she wasn't abruptly awoken in the middle of the night by one of the local police, but she assumed she just went unnoticed as usual. Wow, just like the house.. She thought with a mildly bitter chuckle. She put her bag over her shoulder and made her way toward the high school. She took in a deep breath, smelling cookies and freshly baked bread. Today is going to be another wonderful day in the town of Boreville. She thought sarcastically, rolling her eyes. Aside from recent murders, this place is always at a comatose-level of boredom.




January 13, 2011 - 7:50 A.M. - Woodlynne High School/Woodlynne, Indiana




She opened the front doors to Woodlynne High School, filing in line with the rest of the other students. Tayden Volks, a high school junior, trudged to her locker. Staring at locker 66, her hand twisted in the combination in a lifeless fashion. She hadn't had her morning coffee, and she was stiff, everywhere. Sleeping on a park bench definitely isn't good on the spine. Maybe I can ask to stay at Trent's.. She smiled, remembering to finally check her phone....

'No messages'

It instantly brought the first positive look of the morning back into a depressed droop. Seriously..? You're ignoring me right now? Just who were you with last night?? She sighed and typed a quick message to him, sending it. I hate being the first one to text... every time.

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Sometimes I think he doesn't even care..She shook her head, pocketing her phone. She proceeded in grabbing her change of clothes from her locker along with her Chemistry and history book. She made haste to enter the bathroom, changing in one of the stalls and shoving her clothes into her bag. Straightening out the belt of her outfit, she went to her first class. ((OUTFIT HERE))

She tapped her pen against her notebook nearly her entire first class, sighing to herself. I want to give Katilyn her birthday present... Like, now. She thought to herself irritably. She decided to be more productive and began drawing instead. She at least drew something relative to the class, working on a strand of DNA when the bell finally rang ((DOODLE HERE))

She sprang from her seat, notebook and school bag in tow. She was one of the first to enter Clark's class, grabbing a seat near the back, right next to the windows and placing a wrapped up gift on the seat in front of her, obviously it was someone's birthday, and she obviously was saving their seat.

"Good morning everyone. My name, as you can see, is Mr. Green. This is World History..."

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"Katilyn... Where are you...?" She whispered under her breath, chewing on her lip nervously. You're seriously skipping class the third day of school? She ran a hand through her hair, stealthily texting her sister.

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Before his first class had even started, Joseph knew that the day was going to suck. How did he know? Well, his older brother, Clark, started his first day of teaching that morning, (and as if some higher being was trying to punish them both) and just so happened to be Joseph's history teacher. Not only that, but their sister Augustine was in the class as well.

How great was that? (Answer: not so great)

His first class dragged by slowly. Four times did he get told to stop staring off into space or to stop interrupting and to focus on the lesson, but the simple instructions didn't get to him. After he asked another 'unreasonable question' and was told to remain silent, Joseph fixed his attention on the wall clock. One minute, four, ten... fifteen. He glanced back at the board, but whatever was written on it now had no meaning to him. Impatiently, Joseph let out a sigh and began tapping his fingers on his desk.



When the bell rang, Joseph was the first one who snatched his bag from the ground and shot up to his feet. He would have been the first to leave, too, but as he headed for the doorway to teacher call him over to speak with her.

"Joseph," She started. "I know it's only your third day, but you really need to start paying attention. I appreciate you asking questions, but it's obvious you're not trying to follow along. Trust me when I tell you that it'easy to fall behind in this grade. I want to see you be able to keep up. . . blah blah blah. Words." The rest of her sentence trailed off into a blur as Joseph stopped listening. When her lips stopped moving, though, the boy gave a nod and a quick smile.

"Right, uh." Joseph said. "I'll try to." Whether or not he would, the teacher would find out tomorrow. (Hint: he wouldn't)

As he walked out of class, Joseph wished that he had made an effort to talk to someone during his first few days at the new school. As of the current moment, he didn't recognize anyone's face unless they lived in the same house as him, and being the guy who was buddies with his siblings wasn't the reputation Joseph wanted. Then again, being the guy with no buddies at all wasn't exactly ideal, either.

He adjusted his bag and headed off to his next class.



History. If there was one thing that Joseph hated more than math, it was learning about civil wars and ancient Greeks. Hardly anyone needed to know that kind of stuff, but everyone had to be taught it for some stupid reason. It was cool to hear about the buildings of civilization and the slaughters of thousands, but when you're brother is the guy telling you about it, it's easy to lose interest. If Joseph had done terrible in the class before, he was certain he'd soon be doing even worse.

A near-empty room. He thought as he walked through the doorway. There was Clark (or, Mr. Green, as it said on the board), whom Joseph tried to avoid eye-contact with, and a few other students scattered around. Picking a seat in the far back corner, he stuffed his bag under his desk and pulled out his phone. There was hardly anyone to text, but he had a few cheap games to play that would hopefully pass the time...

... and they did. When Clark started talking, Joseph glanced around to see the class full.

". . .can see, is Mr. Green. This is World History..." Clark was saying. For someone who was supposed to have pretty damn good hearing, Joseph completely missed the first half of his brother's sentence. Still, he didn't miss how professional he sounded. Holy crap, it was like the guy at the front of the room was an actual teacher rather than just Clark Green, his brother.

'You look young as shit.' Joseph texted him, hoping that Clark's phone was on silent. 'Like an overgrown baby or something. Weird.'

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"I'm sorry, what?!" Violet half shrieked in the hallway. The two gossiping students turned to look at her with matching expressions of vague terror.
"Th-there was a body found in the woods?" One answered. Violet pressed forward.
"Who? Cause of death? Where were they?" She asked. The two kids shrugged nervously, and Violet groaned at the lack of helpful information. She span around with thoughts whirling through her mind of who she should be talking to, and whether or not they would talk to her. She was halfway down the hallway before common sense caught up with her. She couldn't skip school to try to investigate, nobody would listen, and more importantly share information with, a loose seventeen year old during school hours. There was also the fact of the reticent sheriff, and Violet's lack of reputation in this town. Violet groaned again and scrubbed her hands over her face. She was going to go mad over the course of the school day, she could just feel it. With a dejected sigh, she started making her way to her first class of the day. She didn't listen to a damn word her chemistry teacher said, and was staring at the clock instead, willing time to roll by faster. Apparently the focussed look on her face was either scary enough to discourage interruption, or fooled the teacher into thinking Violet was paying attention.

She had fully expected her second class to go by in much the same manner. She was so singularly focussed on other things that, when she walked in, she walked into a desk. After righting herself, she finally looked around and realised that the man in front of the board... Was not their usual teacher. She gave a brief look of confusion, before she sat down near the back, read his name from the board. As Mr Green started talking, Violet caught snatches of muttering from behind her. Two girls sat behind her, leaning their heads closer together.
"I heard it was a college student." Said one. There was a pause, presumably as the other nodded.
"Animal attack, they're saying." Was the reply. Though Violet kept her head pointedly forward, her attention was entirely on the conversation behind her. Animal attack, never heard that one before. She needed to know more about this college student, whether or not they commonly went to the woods, or if they had been acting suspiciously...

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Character Portrait: [NPC] Bartender Character Portrait: Auggie Green Character Portrait: Tiffany Volk Character Portrait: Clark Green Character Portrait: Tayden Kianna Volks Character Portrait: David Cavell Character Portrait: Katilyn Volks Character Portrait: Joanna Green Character Portrait: Violet Dignam Character Portrait: Joseph Green
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ImageThe first day of school.

Augustine hated it. The school part was fine, but the thought of it being her first day was rather intimidating. She wanted nothing more than to run out the front door that brought her into this nerve-racking environment, and instead go home where her room was waiting for her. However, her older brother, Clark, taught history at this school- the class Augustine was in- and if she left now he'd be infuriated with her. If not disappointed.



Her first class, AP Statistics, seemed almost endless. Was it because the first day was always the dullest, or because everything this teacher was teaching was fairly basic to her: collection, organization, analysis, interpretation. She was already familiar with the concepts. Although it was all comforting...and repetitive, she still managed to pay at least a little attention for respect of her teacher.



When the bell finally rang, a nasal buzzing sound, she rose from her seat, grabbed her bag, and was out the door before anyone else was out of their seat. The halls were already crowded with teenagers slamming their lockers shut, and chatting in their usual groups. Some took a glance at Augustine and immediately gossiped. "Who is that?" One of them said. It was only a whisper, but it was clear enough for Augustine to overhear. "I heard she's that new teacher, Mr.Green's, sister." "No way! She looks too...solitary to be related to a guy like him." The conversation went on as Augustine tried to remain hidden within her hair allowing it to drop as a dark curtain between the other students gossiping about her sudden arrival.




When she entered her history classroom, she seen Clark in front of the room, failing to be as solemn as the other teacher's appeared to be as he straightened the tie to his suit. She couldn't help but give him a little chuckle at his attempt. Poor, Clark she thought.

As she walked down the aisle to an empty desk in the front, she noticed there in the far back corner her little brother, Joseph, tapping his thumbs on the screen of his phone and glared at him for always being inattentive before she straighted out the skirt to her outfit and took her seat.

Class didn't start for a few minutes and when it did, Clark began his first lecture "Morning, everyone. My name is Mr. Green and I'll be your World History teacher for this semester. I know with everything going on, it may be hard to concentrate, but please try and stay with me..." At that, Augustine was prepared for her first day with her own brother being her teacher.

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Katilyn smiled to a brunet male cashier, emptying her handful of change into his hand. Then she smiled to the caramel latte that greeted her, "Yes. Now this is what I'm talking about." She'd woken up a little late, but she'd managed to make first period. Though after another systematic dream about Haley and her gory demise, she took a break from the campus to grab some sugary caffeine. It was the only thing that kept her going. She knew that killing someone was supposed to be traumatic, but she hadn't had a decent nights rest in weeks, perhaps even longer. Four hours and she was up. Though it didn't keep her on time, usually it was the latter hours of the morning that she got to sleep. She checked her phone, which had a message from her sister, Tayden.

"Where are you? You're really late you know! It's second period!"

Katilyn took a sip of her latte, texting back nonchalantly, "I'll be there soon. It's my birthday. I can do whatever I want.... or I can get detention. I'm not as late as you think. What's the big deal if I stop for a latte between classes?" She sent it, pocketing her phone. The blonde checked her hair before strolling back to the school. Sure she was difficult, but it made this town interesting. Not long after her mother's affair Katilyn finally broke free from the military-like hold that her parents had on her. It wasn't like she was doing drugs or having sex, but she definitely wanted to party... that is, until Haley.. She kept her distance from parties since she disappeared.

Haley.. I should have buried her properly.. but I was so drunk that night. I don't even remember where I put your body.. She took another drink, this time a long swig of the coffee. It was the only thing keeping her nerves in one place, so she was becoming sort of a caffeine junkie, despite knowing the health risks. Before she even knew it, she was standing in front of the school. Well, here I am. That was faster than I would have liked. She rolled her eyes. She took another sip, finding the World History class.

"Good morning everyone. My name, as you can see, is Mr. Green. This is World History..." he said with a calm demeanor, not even acknowledging his brother and sister in the room.

Oh look, class has already started. She proceeded in walking into the classroom and taking her seat in front of Tayden, "Miss me, doll? Oh is this for me?" She asked with a wide grin, poking at the present sitting on her desk. She didn't even acknowledge it was rude to interrupt, not that many of the teachers usually paid attention to idle chatter.. so long as it was quiet. Though she did turn around, a rather large detail finally catching her one track mind. She noticed Clark, standing at the front of the room. Do we have a student teacher or something? Who the hell is this guy? He can't be much older than us..

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David was happy to be back at school. Winter break wasn't the happiest time of year since his family was all in London. Christmas Dinner 2010 consisted of a spaghetti and meatball dinner for one and speed reading through A Christmas Carol. Suffice to say, it was a bit depressing all around. But now, he was back at school, where it wasn't a dark and there were actual people around. Sure, he didn't have any friends, but being around acquaintances, half of which didn't know you exist was better then being alone in an empty house near the woods.

As the bell for first period rang, David hurried through the mass of students doing the same, finding his first math class of the Imageday and pulling open the door. After taking his seat towards the back, he endured the teacher's "fun" back to school equations. It only took him ten minutes to complete the refresher that was meant for the whole period. Usually, David would take a nap or pull out whatever book he was reading at the time for a bit, but his mind turned to the body found in the woods near his house. All he had heard was that it was being ruled an animal attack and it was nothing to worry about, which he disagreed with. If there was some crazed animal in the woods, that seemed like a very valid thing to worry about, especially since he lived alone in a house without any sort of means of protection.

But, before he could fret more, the bell rang signaling the end of the class, much to David's relief. He quickly picked up his backpack, handed in his paper and hurried out of the room, already prepared for his next class; World History. As he walked into the room, he noticed there was some new people he didn't recognize. Sure, he wasn't the most popular or social person in school, but he made sure to at least know most everyone's name and face. These two were new, a rarity in Woodlynne. Spotting a seat next the new girl, he decided to take it. He then looked up towards the teacher who was also unfamiliar and listened to what he had to say.





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It took some time and no doubt, there were some people who were late, but Clark decided to let it slide for his first day. He knew they'd either incorrectly assume he was a pushover in which case, they'd be in for a rude awakening or relax and be open to the curriculum. Either way, Clark would be happy. As he eyed over his desk to read his notes, he noticed his phone light up with a message from his brother.
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'You look young as shit. Like an overgrown baby or something. Weird.' Joseph texted him, probably hoping to embarrass his older brother, but Clark had made sure to put his phone on silent. Joseph loved to make jokes, but Clark wasn't in the best mood for them.

"Before we get started, I should remind you that I'm not a fan of texting during my class." Clark said staring Joseph down, phone in hand as he spoke. Clark was about to go on when he all of a sudden noticed a familiar smell ; the scent of other werewolves. It was hard to discern the source, but it was close. At first, Clark thought it was maybe Auggie or Joseph, but he would have recognized their smells for sure. These were different. Similar, but unique to each other. Could there be another pack in Woodlynne besides themselves. That thought had to wait due to the interruption over the intercom.

"This is Principal West speaking. Due to recent suspicious circumstances, all classes today are canceled. Any classes in progress are to be stopped and teachers are to watch over students as they call their parents or guardian to be picked up as soon as possible. Thank you." the slight screech from the mic's feedback echoed in Clark's mind. "Some first day, huh?" he thought, already knowing exactly why school was canceled due to a new smell penetrating the air. It stung with each breath and it was close enough to confirm Clark's suspicions; blood. Another body had been found and this one was very close to Woodlynne High. The worries were mounting fast in Clark's life and he was afraid they'd undoubtedly get worse before they got better.

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The voice of the intercom replayed in Auggie's head like a recorder: "This is Principal West speaking. Due to recent suspicious circumstances, all classes today are canceled. Any classes in progress are to be stopped and teachers are to watch over students as they call their parents or guardian to be picked up as soon as possible. Thank you." At that moment, the classroom began to fill with students prattling on about the school being closed for the day, while some immediately began dialing their parents to inform them about the incident. Auggie just sat back observing in on all the commotion that was going around.
Suspicious circumstances? She wondered what Principal West had meant by that. He didn't say why or what the occurrence was. He just left her there, curious in the position.

"They found a body near our school," she overheard someone say. "An animal or something.." Body?.. Animal? She stood from her seat to ask Clark- knowing that he of all people had the answers to what she was seeking- when someone had bumped right into her causing her to fall back. However, she felt the arms of someone from behind catching and lifting her back to her feet. She hadn't looked up to see who it was, just bowed her head in embarrassment and muttered to them an incoherent 'thank you' before proceeding on to Clark.

"What is it about this "body" that's going around?" she asked him.

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"Birthday or not, you'll be in a world of crap if mom and dad find out!" She texted one last time before permanently pocketing her phone for the period. She started to tap her foot against the floor, accompanied by flicking her pencil nervously against her desk. Katilyn... hurry up... Then she saw her blonde sister walking in, latte in hand. Seriously? You cut class for a latte? Though now that she thought about it, coffee did sound pretty good right about now. Her hazel eyes staring down the cup in her sister's hand for a moment. It was tempting her. Especially the smell. It was a thousand times more taunting when you had a werewolf's sense of smell.

She eventually snatched Katilyn's coffee, taking a few sips before returning it to it's rightful owner. It's odd seeing Katilyn with coffee, especially a latte. I bet her nightmares are getting worse.. I can't blame her if she needs the extra juice. I'd be restless too if I was having dreams of dead people.

"Miss me, doll? Oh is this for me?"

Her sister's chipper mood despite the situation made her laugh a bit. Tayden wasn't normally one to get in trouble at school, but ever since she started hanging out with Katilyn, several of her teachers have noted her grades are slipping, fast.. Perhaps it was because Katilyn kept her up most hours of the day, or maybe it was because she was finally behaving like a normal teenage girl.. or even because of Trent. No matter the reason, academically, Tayden was coming out worse for it, "Of course it's yours. Open it up." She ushered her sister, eager to see the look on her face when she saw the gift.

Her eyes shifted between Katilyn and Mr. Green, trying to be careful about getting caught goofing off.. Though Katilyn was so nonchalant about it, getting detention was possibly inevitable. She smiled, awaiting her sister to stumble upon the present Tayden ordered online. It took her weeks to pick it out, and the look on her face would be worth a day or two of detention.

"Before we get started, I should remind you that I'm not a fan of texting during my class."

Tayden's eyes shot up to see if Mr. Green was referring to her, but he seemed to have his eyes on one of the new kids. She laughed a bit, brushing her hair behind her ears. Apparently they're related or have a very strong vendetta. She thought to herself. Her focus once again turned to Katilyn, once she was sure she was in the clear. She didn't want to get caught texting. That would mean someone discovering Trent. That meant explaining why she was dating a twenty-four year old college student.

"This is Principal West speaking. Due to recent suspicious circumstances, all classes today are canceled. Any classes in progress are to be stopped and teachers are to watch over students as they call their parents or guardian to be picked up as soon as possible. Thank you."

As soon as they mentioned parents picking up the students, her eyes flashed to Katilyn. She wasn't staying to catch up. In fact she took out her phone, messaging Trent, "I'll be at campus in time for lunch. <3" before standing up. She threw her bag over her shoulder and bolted for the door. She completely forgot her sketchbook behind, but it was better than a rendezvous with her parents.

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She practically squeaked her words out as she passed his desk, mostly because she had to run like a 'girly girl' due to her high heels. With that she was down the hall and out of there. Ever since the mention of divorce she'd been avoiding her parents, so far, she was doing an excellent job. She only saw them at meals... sometimes not even then. She couldn't bear the thought of her parents splitting up.. She couldn't watch them destroy themselves, and the family for stupid reasoning.

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She eventually snatched Katilyn's coffee, taking a few sips before returning it to it's rightful owner. It's odd seeing Katilyn with coffee, especially a latte. I bet her nightmares are getting worse.. I can't blame her if she needs the extra juice. I'd be restless too if I was having dreams of dead people.

"Hey, paws off the coffee. I need that." Katilyn crinkled her nose at her baby sister, attempting to reclaim her stolen coffee. Once her sister returned it, Katilyn wiped the lid before taking another sip. She didn't want lipstick all over her mouth, especially if it wasn't her own. She forgave her sister, especially since she'd been adopting the same sleep schedule as her. Ever since the Haley thing, Tayden had been very supportive, despite not even knowing about Katilyn's secret dead body rotting somewhere in Woodlynne.

"Of course it's yours. Open it up."

"Happy 18th Birthday - Love, Tayden" She quickly read what was written on the tag tied to the box. Katilyn took no time in opening the present. She carefully unwrapped it, trying to not make a mess of the classroom floor. Eventually she unwrapped it, almost as if the paper hadn't been used for wrapping a gift at all. Then she sliced the tape on the box open with her nail. I wonder what it is? Normally Tayden just gave her money, so her interest was definitely peaked this year. She lifted the lid, eyes widening the size of saucers as she stared at the beautiful piece of jewelry. What she found was a breathtaking glass necklace of a wolf howling at the moon. She instantly took it from the box, slipping it around her neck and clasping it. She then looked to the necklace hanging from her neck with a smile. It was times like these, she finally felt normal again. Well as normal as a teenage werewolf could manage..

"Thanks, Tay.. It's gorgeous."


"Before we get started, I should remind you that I'm not a fan of texting during my class."

Well what are we supposed to do then? Pass notes? She thought sarcastically with a grin, but understood what he meant crystal clear. She noticed the scents of other werewolves, but she played it off. Werewolf families passed through before, none of them every actually stayed once her parents caught wind. She assumed it would be the case. Mom's always been territorial about Woodlynne.. I never understood why. It's so boring here. They'd leave on their own anyway once they figured out just how mind-numbingly bland it is to live here.

"This is Principal West speaking. Due to recent suspicious circumstances, all classes today are canceled. Any classes in progress are to be stopped and teachers are to watch over students as they call their parents or guardian to be picked up as soon as possible. Thank you."

Well.. Aside from that... But that's new. The murders... Aside from Haley.. that's something I don't understand. Not long after I accidentally murdered her... someone's been doing the exact same thing... very publicly... What is this.. the second body?

"They found a body near our school."

One of the students said, making Katilyn close her eyes. She wanted to fill herself in on the details and she couldn't focus on both visual and auditory stimuli at the same time. She wasn't the best at multitasking after all.

"An animal or something.." another replied, just as interested as the first. She recognized his voice. The second boy was Richard Parker.

"Scary! First a jogger, now this? I'm scared to walk home from work!" Wendy Bennett whined out dramatically, most likely to get one of the two guys to feel pity for her and walk her home.

Hmph.. If I was the wolf I'd of ate you first just to shut you up. You've always been way too loud, even as kids. How have your parents put up with your voice this long?

"What is it about this body that's going around?"

This voice caught her attention. She'd never heard it before, and her eyes suddenly opened, landing on Auggie. She'd missed roll call, so she wasn't aware that Auggie, Joseph, and Clark were siblings. Strange... One typically wouldn't ask a teacher point blank..

"You guys don't think that it's a-- uhh,"

Another unfamiliar voice, this time male. Her eyes shifted to Joseph this time. What is with these three? She frowned, taking a drink from her latte since it was now growing warm and icky. What are they trying to beat around the bush about?

"Like, a certain thing with claws and stuff... You know what I mean. Is it?"

As soon as the words passed his lips, she immediately turned to face Tayden, but her sister was gone like the wind. She's obviously distracted by Trent again. Her hand met her face in disgust. This isn't a time to play pretzel with your college guy... These newcomers know an awful lot about werewolves.. and I've been smelling others of our kind all day. Either they're hunters or another pack. Without noticing, she smacked her fist loudly against the desk in irritation. Her eyes widened, and she bit her bottom lip. God my nerves are so shot.. Damn it Haley..

ImageThe action brought some unwanted attention and she just sneered at Wendy, redirecting the class's focus with the first thought that came to mind, "Take a picture. It'll last longer, skank."

She mumbled at the girl, whom looked at her surprised, mouth agape. Don't look at me like it's news.. everyone knows you're the class tramp.. You don't need super sensitive hearing to know that.. She rolled her eyes, standing up and walking over to Clark's desk, pretending to ignore the fact he probably was in mid conversation with Auggie and Joseph.

"Hi, I'm Katilyn Volks... My sister, Tayden Volks was the girl who just... ran out? If you can even call it that..." She shook her head once she found herself getting off topic, "Anyway. I'm going to go after her. I'm assuming we're getting detention for this, so what day should we come in?" Now that she was further toward the front of the room, she caught a wiff of the blood in the distance. It was feint from here, but the body was definitely somewhere close.

Katilyn was apparently very used to getting in trouble, because her tone about the detention was extremely casual. It was almost like making dinner plans to her. It didn't seem to bother her at all to lose an evening of her life. Just how much time did she typically spend in detention?

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Clark should have guessed the students would have reacted the way they did. He remembered high school and if something as odd and interesting as an animal attack happened near his school, there was no chance in hell the student body would keep mum about it or worry too much as to call their ride home before gossiping up a storm. It wasn't long after the students started theorizing before his sister stood up to approach him, falling for a moment, but being caught by the boy next to her. As soon as Auggie reached him, Clark was officially in what Joseph called his "alpha mode".

"They found one close. Another one so quickly is not a good sign." Clark couldn't help but sweat a bit as he spoke. He didn't like this set of circumstances, especially since the Greens had a particularly fresh set of targets painted on their backs. All he could do was stay calm and make sure his siblings didn't notice his nerves.

"You guys don't think that it's a-- uhh, like, a certain thing with claws and stuff..." Joseph trailed off, scowling. "You know what I mean. Is it?"

"Could be. All I know is that we need to figure out what it is and soon." Clark spoke in an alarmed and subtle tone, trying not to speak above a decibel the other students would hear. He had noticed the various students leaving the class and assumed they had gotten their rides and were leaving. Only one girl worried Clark and her sister was the one who approached soon after. "Hi, I'm Katilyn Volks... My sister, Tayden Volks was the girl who just... ran out? If you can even call it that... anyway. I'm going to go after her. I'm assuming we're getting detention for this, so what day should we come in?"

[color=#135194]"Well forget about it for today. Just be careful and watch out, out there." he said, giving a knowing nod as he did so. Kaitlyn had to take care of her family and Clark could respect that, seeing as most of his life for the past few years had been taking care of Auggie, Joseph, and Joanna. But still, this girl was different. Clark could tell it from not only the way she carried herself but also her scent as it wasn't completely human to say the least. He was about to make a remark to his siblings, but was interrupted by the rumbling of the phone still in his hand with a message from Joanna;

To: Clark, Joseph, & Auggie
Message:
Hey! Everyone ok? Classes are cancelled. Body found. Checking it out soon.


It took him a few moments to form a response, but eventually, Clark found the right words, putting in effort to make sure Kaitlyn didn't glimpse the screen;

To: Joanna, Joseph, and Auggie
Message:
Everyone's fine. Second body, I think. I think we have a wolf among us if you catch my meaning. A student, maybe. Does the name Volk sound familiar.

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Once outside, Tayden ran off. She wasn't waiting for Katilyn to catch up with her. She didn't stop running until she reach Trent's college, and she was completely out of breath. Even for a wolf, a run like that was definitely tiresome. She sat down at one of the lunch tables until her lungs caught up with her. She eventually pulled her phone out, reading the text.

"1 Message from: Trent <3

I don't know if I can make it, reschedule. "


She felt her heart sink, and she frowned a bit. She knew he had no classes at this hour? Why was he making up excuses not to see her? She shook her head quickly, removing the thoughts that followed from her head as quick as possible. Don't. That's mom and dad's problems.. don't put their faults in your own relationship. I'm sure Trent's just busy studying... With her new optimistic attitude, she grabbed take out from the school cafeteria and decided to drop by his dorm room. She knocked on the door, only to find she heard a girl's voice.

"Trent?" she called in, and she heard him shushing someone. He eventually opened the door, and the smell caught her by surprise. Woman's perfume? She let it slide, tilting her head as if waiting for an explanation, "I heard a woman in here.." She told him suspiciously. Trent cleared his throat, holding up his phone which made Tayden bite her bottom lip.

"I was on the phone with my sister, Tay. I had it on speaker phone.. Geez.. Don't get all psycho like your mom." He rolled his eyes. Tayden instantly laughed, holding up a bag of Chinese take out. He grinned, opening the door and letting Tayden inside. He noticed a girl's jacket on the floor of his room and quickly kicked it under the bed, "So why're you here, Tay? I thought school started back?" He sat on the bed, clearing her a spot off next to him.

Tayden sat down, leaning her head on his shoulder, "Another body was found... school was cancelled and I didn't want to go home to my 'psycho' mother as you put it.." She laughed, opening their takeout and organizing their food on his messy coffee table, "I have a new History teacher who looks younger than you.. Did you go to school together?" She asked curiously, trying to learn more about the Green family.

"What's her name?" Trent asked, a huge smirk on his face. Tayden instantly hit his shoulder, causing him to rub the spot, "You hit way too hard to be a girl, Tay.." He hissed, a little irritated.

"HIS name is Clark Green. Do you know him or not?" She asked equally irritated. She could still smell perfume in the room...and it definitely wasn't her's.. Though I'm probably over-thinking it.. Maybe his sister stopped by.. She ran a hand through her dark hair, smiling and giving Trent a big hug, "I missed you."

"Nah, I've never heard of him." Trent said as he stuffed his face, dropping his chopsticks as Tayden hugged him. He rolled his eyes, but eventually hugged back. Tayden was fun, but she really interrupted his fun on campus sometimes.. He had to cancel his blonde beauty last second.. Though he couldn't bring himself to drop Tayden. She was useful, being the Sheriff's daughter and all, but also he found her intriguing. No matter how long he knew her she always seemed to have something to hide. He ran his thumb across her cheek, "You should eat. Chinese food is good for the figure."

"Are you calling me fat?" She asked, surprised for a second before throwing a pillow at him, "You're the fatty." and she took a bite of her food. Being around Trent made things simple.. Though she did send her sister's a text.

"To: Tiff, Kat

Hey, I'm fine. I'm staying at a friend's house tonight. Tiff you're alright tho... right? Keep me posted.. Tell mom and dad I won't make dinner again."

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"Well forget about it for today. Just be careful and watch out, out there."

Katilyn's blue eyes scanned Clark for some kind of catch, but she dropped the thought. The three standing around her were definitely not something she wished to trifle with, but she did want answers eventually. She nodded her head, adjusting her backpack straps before smiling weakly, "You're not an ass like most teachers. You're okay, for a teacher, Green." she smiled, jogging away almost instantly after her informal comment. She didn't bother staying to make an attempt at reading his text, she had other things on her mind, like finding Tayden. Also she had to appear as 'normal' as possible to him and her peers. To keep up the 'normal' act, Katilyn didn't run at full speed, as much as she wanted to catch her sister before she disappeared. She was sure her mother would help fill in the blanks about the Green family once she got home anyway.

Heh, no detention? Just what is he trying to do, be our friend and our teacher? She though, tossing her empty coffee cup in the trash can. She forgot to grab Tayden's sketchbook from her desk in Mr. Green's class.. but she didn't have time. Surely if it was so important to Tayden she wouldn't have left it, right?

She walked outside, frowning to herself when she realized Tayden was long gone. She kicked a trash can in her frustration. Her eyes were suddenly glowing an inhuman shade blue as her anger got the best of her. There was a large dent left in the metal garbage bin as a result of her loss of her cool. She closed her eyes, forcing herself to calm down once she realized she risked someone seeing her.


"To: Tiff, Kat

Hey, I'm fine. I'm staying at a friend's house tonight. Tiff you're alright tho... right? Keep me posted.. Tell mom and dad I won't make dinner again."



Katilyn frowned, texting Tayden back, only without Tiffany in the conversation. She didn't think Tayden told Tiffany bout Trent yet, and she didn't want to worry their older sister. It wasn't like there was anything they could do. Tayden would have to learn the hard way that her boyfriend was no good for her, Katilyn already tried that talk with her little sister. It wasn't a pretty conversation and Tayden came up with an excuse for all of his faults. Maybe one day she'll stop lying to herself and find a suitable boyfriend.. Then Katilyn sighed, brushing her hair back. Who am I kidding? At least she HAS a boyfriend.. Shitty or not, she's got someone. I'm all alone.. She's lucky to always have someone to talk to.. even if it's a douche bag like Trent..

"To: Tayden

Hey you little shit, you need to tell me where you're going before you run off! Why do you get to skip dinner? Ugh you know I hate going home when you're not there. You're so selfish, Tay."


She sent it angrily, quickly shifting to another text, this time to her older sister, Tiffany. She used to be so close to her older sister, but in light of recent events... she avoided her at almost all costs. She couldn't look Tiff in the eyes and lie to her like she did to her parents. She was afraid that one day Tiffany would ask about Haley and she'd be forced to tell the truth.. She wasn't ready for that.. She couldn't have Tiffany judging her. She couldn't be seen as a murderer by her own family. Her mother was Sheriff. It would be the worst kind of dishonor for them to find out Katilyn was the one who killed Haley.

"To: Tiff

Hey, I'm fine too. I got Tayden's text, did you? I guess it's just us, and dad eating dinner tonight.. I suppose mom is pulling an all-nighter at the station considering that body. Has mom said anything yet? Was it a...?"


She didn't say werewolf, mostly because she was one of those conspiracy theorists. She didn't trust the government with her secret, so she just had to hope Tiffany would catch onto what she meant without needing more hints. The less that they put in writing, the better.

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Tiffany had been in La la land when her phone went off. "Oooh 2 messages super, I am actually somewhat popular today." She looked at who sent them and smiled, she never understood why her sisters were falling away from her, had she done something wrong? Was it the fact that she wasn't a very popular person? Either way they were leaving her behind a lot of the time and Tiffany just watched making sure they always knew she would be here for them. No matter what the situation.

To Tayden/Kat (Mass Message)

Will let parentals know you won't be home for din din, you gonna be home at all tonight actually? Just cuz I'll leave the outside light on if you are :). Also I'm all good here everything is so hectic around town tho. My cafe is closed :(


To Kat

Hey yeah I got the text you'll notice I sent one back :P Um haven't had a chance to talk to mom yet so not sure, I'll see if I can get anything out of her later on, you know her she is probably checking out the scene right now and it's better to message her when she is half way through the night and easy to talk too :)


Tiffany never had a problem talking to either of her parents even when it came to their new situation where they were thinking of divorce Tiffany was more into their martial situation then a regular therapist. It was more than obvious that the two still loved each other but where Dad was willing to forgive Mom, mom couldn't get past the fact that she had cheated on him, and especially that one of her children were the one's who found out. It made Tiffany extremely sad to see her parents going through this but they had too, she couldn't do anything for them, they had to try and get themselves back together. But, it would be a very slow road back if they did.

Tiffany sank into the sidewalk chair and looked up at the sky it wasn't a very nice day out at all, all cloudy it looked like it might even rain to her. She started drifting off into La La Land again as she watched the clouds and started making drawings out of them. She was in her happy place even if that happy place wasn't reality.