Out of Character
The world was a terribly boring place. It was typical that he had been placed in it. His parents had taught him a bit about the deceased humans. How fun it would have been to be one. When they were alive of course. He would have lived inside those high buildings Lisichka had spoke of, watched television and read books Colibri had spoke of. He could have done so much more with life. As a wolf you.. Ate, slept, peed? Wandered around in a packland, which had to be the most boring thing ever.
Ah, Haku was like his mother. He got easily bored. And now he was, Again. Playing with puppies was just a waste, and he mostly kept away from his siblings. Were there other puppies in CT at the moment by the way? He knew that stupid Wyynd girl had disappeared, and he felt nothing. She had been mean to him and he hadnt liked her because of that. Perhaps that was why she was gone, because no one liked her. Well, she deserved it. Haku slid down from the small rock he was sitting at and padded slowly toward the northern borders of the pack territory. Right now life was so pointless.
He was looking forward to getting his first adult rank though, at least he would be able to kill time then. There were many months before he would enter the adult ranks, too long into the future. His tail, which was half as long as most other wolves because of the coyote, moved slowly from side to side. Oh, it was far from a wag, Haku wasnt happy. He seldom was. Hmm, he could see himself as a spaher to begin with. Yes. He puffed his chest forward and lifted his head arrogantly. He was one year old and was watching the borders. He was protecting his pack, the small puppies and the older wolves. He smiled at the thought and knew he was silly. But even as a puppy he could easily see the difference between game and reality.
He found most child games boring, and was probably one of the most grown up puppies in CT. If there were more than his two siblings.. He snorted loudly and slowed down when he reached the borders. Haku had never been outside the CT lands yet. Why he hadnt, was a question he couldnt answer. He just never had crossed the borders. Today was not the day to do it either. And with that, He began to jog lightly, following the border west, and then later he would go south, then east, then north again.. Wohoo, action..