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Stallion Of Ash And Flame (Siren Publishing Classic)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 2, 2013

    Searingkit and Ashenkit

    Name: Searingkit<br>Gender: Tom<br>Appearance: He's a fiery orange tom with leopardlike gray spots and a longish tail. His eyes are golden and usually shining. He's still too small to be particularly muscular or scrawny.<br>Personality: Adventurous and energetic, one of his favorite hobbies is sneaking out of camp. He's always willing to take the most dangerous risks for the thrill. However, he's also extremely protective of his sister and will get revenge on anyone who tries to hurt her.<br>History: His mother was only about eight moons when she gave birth to them and died in the process after being forcemated. BurrGleam adopted them both, and they only learned recently who their real mother was. Searingkit still feels guilty because he thinks he killed his mother.<br>Crush/Mate: He has neither, nor is he interested (seriously, he's a kit).<br>Other: Nothing special.<p>Name: Ashenkit<br>Gender: She-cat<br>Appearance: Her fur is gray with darker gray and black splashes here and there. Her eyes are colorless and she has a scar running from her jaw to her shoulder from a battle with True Evil.<br>Personality: While friendly and outgoing, she's much more cautious than Searingkit and prefers to stay in camp. She's protective of him, especially after learning about their mother, but not nearly as protective as he is of her. She tries to keep her feelings in check unless they regard Searingkit.<br>History: Same as Searingkit's, although she doesn't feel guilty about their mother's death.<br>Crush/Mate: She has no interest in either (again, she's a kit).<br>Other: Just ask.<p>Obviously I'll have to update this soon. Until then, that's all.

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