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Day 12, Month 2, Year 1!
The storm has stopped, heading east. It's still extremely wet, droplets falling from objects. The grey clouds have completely vanished and the sun is warming up the world once more.
16:57 am, 7th of July, Summer/Spring in Canada/RP
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Ageing Guide

Post by Aurora on Sun Jun 09, 2013 9:25 am

The pack ages just like anything else.
They age like us more or less.
The days are counted on the left under the title 'Weather & Time.'
It tells you... Well the time and weather in RP.
It's a big part of ageing as it counts the days and how old our character's are.


Just Born: Born approximately one pound, blind, deaf, darkly furred, small ears, rounded heads, and little if any sense of smell. They are limited to a slow crawl and to suckling and licking. The mother trains the pups to come to her with a 'uffing' noise.

2 weeks: Eyes open and are blue, but vision is poor. They can start eating small pieces of meat regurgitated by adults. Pups begin to stand, walk, and learn to speak.

3 weeks: Begin appearing outside the den and romping and playing near the entrance; ears begin to become erect and hearing begins to get better.

4 weeks: Begins to venture out of the den with mother and learns to socialize with the other members of the pack for short periods of time.

5 weeks: Grows adult hair around nose and eyes; begins to learn to howl and are gaining strength; mother may go off for hours on end to hunt; dominance and play fighting begin.

6 weeks: Gradual process of weaning begins. Puppy will begin to recognize his/her name and will interact with the pack members more.

7 weeks: Can follow adults up to one mile from den and begin to go out on adventures.

8 weeks: Puppies will need to be watched closely for their natural instinct to sneak off and explore his/her new environment will kick in.

9 weeks: Adult teeth begin to come in and will be able to eat solid foods, but still drinks milk from time to time.

10 weeks: Weaning complete, pups can feed on food provided by adults; adult hair becomes apparent on body.

11 weeks: Eyes gradually change from blue to whatever color their eyes will be as an adult.

12 weeks: Begin to accompany adults and learn how to take their part in the packs!

11 months: They are soon to be classified as 'Yearlings' and start thinking about what rank they want to train for. Can also start a hobby.


12 months (1 year): The pups are now starting to train for whatever rank they are going to be when adults instead of just regular wolf survival training. They are now Yearlings.

18 months: They are in the middle of their training. They can now start looking for a mate or even leave the pack to start their own if they wish to.

23 months:  Yearlings are almost young adults now. They have finished their training but they can train for a second rank if they wish. Their voice crack, it's now deeper.

Young Adults, Adults, Middle Aged & Elders

2 years:  Yearlings are now somewhat mature. They are now young adults and can fully enrole in their pack.

3 years: Adults are now fully mature and can have their own pups now.

5 years: They are now middle aged. Not much has changed but they have a slightly different scent.

8 years: They are now entering their golden years. They start doing less working and more sleeping but they still help out around the pack. Their fur starts greying, they're elders now.

12 years: Entering their twilight years, elders now just teach pups and pass on wisdom. They're 'retired' now but sometimes they still go out to do their rank's job even now and then.

Last Years

14 years: All they can do now is sleep and eat... A story or two and look back at their great journey of glory.

15 years: They are now slowly passing or dying of a coughing attack. After that they can choose to either be a spirit or be reborn as a pup, or even just make a new character.

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