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The Snake and the Spider

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2014

    Kit Training - Part One, Survival in All

    [Expect this to be long. My only request is that each RPer writes down the kit's respinse to this lesson.]<p>

    Imperator Star glances around the small circle of kits around her. "Kagero, Hiken, Enkai. This is your first lesson in training. I expect you to listen well and learn as much as you can. This information will save your life one day, so listen carefully." She paused.<p>

    "Survival is very important in this harsh world. What if you get stranded in the middle of a strange forest? You won't last long with no food or water, as well as exposure to harsh weather. During your training, I'm going to teach you how to live when there is no hope." She glanced at each kit straight in the eye.<p>

    "Now, first thing's first. There will be different conditions in everything. You might be lost. You might be hungry. You might be injured. But push aside those things. First thing to do is look around you. Where are you? A forest, desert, mountain, jungle? This will help greatly when you begin gathering the things you need to survive." She stated.<p>

    "Now, once you determine the place, you must survey the area for danger. Let's say you're in the mountains. You are kits. I bet there are many hungry eagles or mountain lions that would love a tasty kit treat, so always look carefully around. The next step is to determine your conditions. Are you injured? Hurt or thirsty? If you are, say, thirsty, your first priority must be to look for a water source. This may be difficult, depending on where you are. We will expand on this in one of the later lessons." <p>

    "The basic steps on survival are all together simple. Where are you? Any danger? What's your condition? Those are the important three questions to ask yourself. The following steps you will learn later." She tapped the ground lightly. "Also, anything around you must be considered. If the ground is muddy, it means there is water nearby. Is the sky cloudy or dark? Better go find shelter." She said.<p>

    "Finally, you must ALWAYS learn that survival in the wilderness is NEVER easy. So always keep going on, or you will most certainly die." She concluded.<p>

    "Let's go back to our nests. I will quiz you on today's lesson." Star padded back to the end of the cave.<p>

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2014

    Captured my intrest

    I like her writting style.

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