Post by Grimm on Sept 27, 2023 21:11:34 GMT -5
The Disungs litter is missing one wolf - Hatí. But most importantly, she is greatly missed by her older brother - Sköll. The two have been inseparable since birth and he trusts her more than any of his other siblings. She will have a high rank among the pack, being her brother's right paw (Jarl). Why she left Aesir is completely up to the adopter, the only thing we ask is that her personality is more or less the same as it was before. Below is her original biography, made my her original owner, Trilogy.
Years RPing: Who Knows
Slot Used: Purchased slot 3/23
How You Found Us: ---
Birthday: March 17th, 2019
Species: Kenai x Dire x Tundra
Height: 47 inches
Weight: 195 pounds
Coat Color: Black, White, Grey
Eye Color: Right Blue, Left Orange
Health Issues: ---
Other Information: Inherited Increased Size and Odd Eyes. Purchased small unnatural marking
Mental Stability: Unstable
She was always destined for greatness, even before she was conceived. Legends told of a pair of wolves named Hatí and Sköll, who would rise to greatness at the end of the world and devour the sun and the moon. Her mother was always strong, fighting for the majority of her life, even when she was captured and held prisoner by a pack off of Anikira. But that was where she met Volsungs. He helped her and those with her escape, and they ultimately both traveled to Anikira to make a better life. And together they stayed. From their love, a litter was born. Sköll and Hatí came into the world together, alongside their brother Valhalla and their sister Valkyrie. Even at a young age Hatí was devious, learning quickly that she was meant for more than an average life.
However, as a pup she was friendly, outgoing, and interested in the lives and stories of those around her. She absorbed every word of every story she was told of the gods, learning about them and eventually learning from them. Of course, the stories of the destinies of herself and her brother were her favorites, but the stories of Loki came in a close second. Even when her father returned to their home with a young bear cub she did not stray from her intended path. She was destined for greatness, and even as a young cub she would succeed. She adored her family regardless of her opinions of those beneath her, but it was to Sköll that she seemed constantly drawn. It seemed like he drew others to him constantly, for the bear that joined their family seemed to latch onto him for the most part as well.
In the early days she was jealous, but eventually she came to allow the non-wolf to be alongside her brother at peace. She was always devious and always managed to find trouble, especially when it was fun or pleasurable for her. She was born selfish and would always be selfish, and therefore it was always her own benefit that she sought before anyone else's. The only exception was occasionally her brother, but even then she typically got something out of it as well.
Time went on and the days got longer. Fall came with colors and a cold breeze. But that was not the only change in the young wolf's life. No, something new and dangerous had come to Anikria. Now, the wolves of Anikira had experienced their fair share of dangers and oddities, but this was something that threatened to wipe away them entirely. A disease. No one knew where it came from, but it was said that the trio of wolves that somehow came from the Southern Isles after the tunnel collapse were the carriers. The danger spread like wildfire, and anyone that was bitten by a diseased wolf quickly developed symptoms. Thankfully, he/she was able to avoid the danger. Safe within the pack he/she was protected from harm, but it also meant that wandering was not likely a plausible possibility. So time dragged on even slower. Soon he/she was a year old, and still life seemed to have gone nowhere.
Her life was boring. Aesir was seemingly uneventful, until her mother passed. Perhaps she should have been more emotional, more outwardly upset. But Hati faced everything with a blank face and a hard stare. She would mourn on her own, in silence, and then she would move on with her life. She had no other option, and as her father took control of the pack, she found herself wandering aimlessly more often, searching for anything to perhaps bring at least a little bit of pleasure back into her life.
The best single word to describe her is dark. On the outside, Hati is a playful female, innocent and helpful, friendly and even obedient. But beneath the surface lies something far more devious. At a young age she will discover that she and her brother are destined for greatness. Though many will believe that the destruction of all things is not something to strive for, Hati sees the world differently. It as if her view of the things around her is seen through tainted lenses, darkened by hatred and distorted with tricks. But that is not to say that she does not enjoy life. In fact, the female seeks fun and pleasure wherever she goes, regardless of the toll or expense to others. Perhaps she finds joy in the darkness, in the mystery and the companion that trickery brings to her.
Hati will not be a good influence on her brother, but in her defense such things were foretold before she arrived in this world. The young female lives to find entertainment and release, and it is rare to find her tired or sitting still even once night falls. In fact, she often prefers the dark of night, for the shadows give her even more opportunity to get into mischief and drag her brother further down her dark path. But it is all in good fun, right? As she grows older she will lean harder on the prophecies that she was told as a pup, and though some might believe her name is just a name, she will believe that she is destined to devour the moon as the gods divined. She will likely seek out her goal, and destroy anyone that stands in her way.
Though her ultimate pleasure will come from Ragnarok and the end of time, she finds joy in the little things such as training herself to fight and kill and pinning the blame on someone else. She will become practiced in the art of deception and manipulation, and will often spin lies and tales to tempt her prey and tangle them in her web. She will learn to use her appearance and strength to her advantage, and of course her brother as well. Together they will be great and powerful and unstoppable, and though some may look on them as yin and yang holding the world of chaos together, they will ultimately become the exact opposite. But still, somewhere deep in her dark heart, there will be at least some affection for her family and those she allows into her world. She is capable of love and loyalty, but the cost that it comes at is often dangerously high. Her brother holds the highest place in her heart and mind, alongside herself, of course. And she is selfish, perhaps more so than her brother. But she was meant for greater things than the other minor wolves around her. She was made to destroy the gods, and Hati will accept nothing less than what she believes she deserves.