I'm Hit - Ruby/Nerva RPIt was quite pathetic actually. It wasn't a bear. It was a fox. An animal smaller than him and it had managed to wound him. He hadn't been totally focused when it attacked, but it was still embarrassing. To have been wounded by a fox, that it. It had only managed to wound his paw, luckily. It would probably have wounded him worse, had he not seen it just before it had managed to claw away at his face. To his defense, the fox had been pretty big, nearly as tall as him. So it wasn't just a small one.I'm Hit - Ruby/Nerva RP by OneLifeRemaining
So now he was walking, well, limping into camp, holding his paw close to his chest. His scarred lips were curled in half a snarl, as he made his way through camp, his paws stinging like hell. The bandages wrapped around it had been torn to shreds and were falling off as he got closer to the healers den. He hadn't taken a closer look on the paw, seeing as he was busy with fighting off the fox, then get back to camp. he didn't know how bad it was either.
Through Different Eyes - Ramiel/Jasper RPThrough Different Eyes - Ramiel/Jasper RP by OneLifeRemaining
Ramiel laid curled in a corner of his cell, napping for the time being. It wasn't like there was much else to do. The bars were too strong to break, the lock to complex and out of reach for Ramiel to toy with. There hadn't been anyone interesting to talk to in a while. The last he'd seen of his father, the irritated jaguar had scolded him for trying to escape and putting him through the trouble of getting Ramiel out of these cages.
Before another mishap like earlier happened, Ramiel supposed. The talk- more like argument, on Ramiel's part- had put the apprentice in a sour mood. He hadn't expected for his cage to be moved toward the arena for him to fight, but he had been so riled up, he hadn't minded. As soon as his gate opened he bolted down the pathway, stretching his limbs as far as they would reach and looking forward to seeing who his opponent would be, in the coliseum that was so talked about for ages. That was, until a screech, and