Welcome to Mark of the Wild: Savage Lineage -a PVP based Animal RPG. We accept all levels, from beginner to advanced, -we have NO WORD COUNT, a unique setting, world, and set up. Mark of the Wild: Savage Lineage was created by animal role-players, for animal role-players, With a friendly staff, an easy to learn software, and a wide scale of diversity, we are ALWAYS welcoming new members to join our community. Welcome to Mark of the Wild: Savage Lineage.
Group: Level II Intermediate
Member No.: 36
Joined: 22-March 11
R E X
...I'm too young to lose my soul...
Character Name :: Rex
Age :: 4 years
Gender :: Male
...I'm too young to feel this old...
Species/Breed :: Dog | Chow/Labrador
Pelt Colour :: Black
Eye Colour :: Brown
Full Description :: Rex is a rather cute pooch. His strange lineage provides him with a strange figure and an odd shape. Rex's legs are shorter than most labradors, mainly because of the chow inside him. However, his short legs do not slow him down, he's actually pretty quick. As one's eyes move up his body, they find that his frame is quite large. Much like the labrador retriever inside of him, his body is wide and long and he looks much more like a labrador retriever instead of a chow.
His ears and facial features like to prove that he is indeed some chow. Rex's dark, furry ears aren't floppy, as a labrador's would be. Instead, they stand up tall and are usually pricked while he is listening to the things around him. His long muzzle suggests that he's a labrador, as well as his long, sharp ivory fangs, stained with the pink of blood from his prey and his victims. Rex's eyes, dark and mysterious, are a deep golden brown. They hardly like to meet the eyes of others and are usually filled with some sort of anger, it seems.
His fur is definitely the cutest thing about him, but it's also what helps him to blend into the dark so well. The fur on his body is a long, sleek black. In the winter, he's very warm and in the summer... well, he's definitely not cold, that's for sure. Rex's fur is the most boyish thing about him, making him look younger than he really is. He is half ashamed and half in love with his fur.
Overall, Rex looks pretty adorable, but because of his stocky body and the look in his golden eyes, he looks pretty fierce upon first glance. Any dog willing to get to know him knows that he is pretty fierce and tough, but he has his soft spots, as well.
...For so long I'm left behind...
Letting People Down/Failing
Doesn't Accept Help From Others
Not Too Terribly Quick
Swimming, Or Anything To Do With Water
Full Personality :: Even though Rex may look pretty cute, he's not much like his appearance unless a dog is to get super close to him. In fact, upon first meeting the young stray, he appears to be rather rude. Rex will blow off most dogs when he first meets them, unless they are family.Thus, he has few friends, and doesn't much hang around with many other dogs. Rex, being very unsocial, is very self-dependent and won't call upon others for help, even when he's in dire need of something. This can be both a strength and a weakness - he won't get close to anybody, therefore not tying him down anywhere, but also keeping him away from help when he needs it.
As stated above, Rex can appear very ferocious at first. However, most dogs that have stuck around long enough know that he won't go for physically attacking another dog. Rex knows from experience that starting a fight won't lead anywhere, unless you are to kill the dog off right off the bat, which he isn't fond of doing. But, if a dog is to tick him off or attack him, he will attack with his long ivory teeth and dark claws... and he'll go straight for the throat.
Now, if Rex has something to be loyal to, such as a pack, he's an excellent fighter. If Rex believes this pack is worth fighting for and worth giving up much of his time, Rex could be a high ranked canine. He's very loyal and will do almost anything for his pack, once he's devoted. Rex is sure to be back lots of prey and with his super fighting skills, he'll be a great addition to have in a battle. This is most likely the reason that he will be made Beta of Fatale Nova in the future.
Also stated above, if a dog is to get close to Rex, they see a whole different side and it's obvious. This side is the gentle, loyal, and caring side of Rex. When a dog is to get this close, Rex becomes very happy to be with them, though he sure as heck isn't clingy. Also, a sort of desire to protect that canine sprouts, and Rex won't let anything so much as touch the dog that he loves. When he speaks to her, his voice is soft and gentle, and he thinks before speaking, considering her feelings. Rex becomes a complete softie, and this canine becomes a weakness...
...I feel like I'm losing my mind...
Group :: Fatale Nova
Leader :: Butch and Neaveh
Follower(s) :: Fatale Nova
Family :: None Known Alive
History :: Rex's history is what shaped him into the tough canine he is today. He was born, as most dogs are, in a human den. His mother and father were two different breeds of dogs, making Rex and his siblings quite the mix. However, he didn't stay in the warm human den long. After a few days in the house, he was moved outside into an enclosure that kept him and his small family away from the rest of the dogs that lived in the large strip of land. Little did the small newborn pup know, he was living in a puppy mill, one of the worst things that Rex could've encountered at such a young age.
Thankfully, that stage of Rex's life went on quickly, and he soon found himself 6 weeks old, sitting on the side of the road in a pen. His master, kind of, was selling him and his siblings on the side of the road. Unfortunately, that was the last time that he saw his mother and father, as well as his many siblings. But, on the other hand, a couple that had recently gotten their hands on a house bought him. That was the first day of the greatest part of his life.
The couple was very sweet to him. One was tall with short dark brown hair, and the other was short with long light brown curls for hair. Rex instantly grew attatched to both of them, as they fed him tasty bacon flavored food and fresh, ice-cold water. He gave into the life of a softie, and he loved it. Every once and a while, he'd get his fur groomed. When it got hot in the summer, him and his masters went outside to play in the sprinklers, which Rex came to not like very much, but they did cool him down. Every night, Rex would curl up between the humans in their bed. It was the luxurious life every dog wanted to live, and Rex had it.
One day, his masters disappeared and when they returned, they had a beautiful baby human with them. For a while, his masters kept him away from the child, but when she was about two years, and had curly hair like her mother, they let him come and play with her. Instantly, he was attatched, and the cycle repeated when they brought home another. Rex loved them each to death, so much it hurt him when he saw their tears. As they all grew older, Rex grew to love them more. Once, the eldest girl decided she wanted to play tag with Rex. The dog barely nipped her, and it was the worst mistake he'd ever made.
The girl began to cry, and Rex remembers covering her face in licks with his rough pink tongue. However, there was no way he could fix it, it was already too late. Instantly, the couple became concerned and eventually, they settled on getting rid of him. An old man came one day to pick him up, and Rex rode in the back seat of his ugly yellow car. For the hours that they drove, Rex whined and cried and pawed at the window until there were claw marks running down it. Rex practically ripped up the whole back seat, anxious to get back to his beloved humans.
Suddenly, there was a loud bang and blood was spewing out of a gash in Rex's side. The driver of the car had wrecked it. Rex hadn't been hurt badly, and he knew he needed to make his escape. When the driver came around to open the door, Rex shoved him down and ran as hard and fast as he possibly could. As soon as he escaped, he tried to find the way back to his beloved masters, but he didn't recognize a thing. That's when it was decided he was officially a stray. Since then, he's been in plenty of battles with other creatures, he's encountered many predators, and he's caught a lot of prey. Rex still misses his family though, all the time, actually.