Surrounded by Iceholes (Right of Merit) “Are you ladies ready for an exciting day full of fun and hunting and possibly ice cold water!” Exclaimed a brown piebald male tokota. Saummaktuk, as he was called, didn’t even wait for the other two tokotas to answer him before he did a 180 spin and bounded forward in a light paced trot, his white tail high in the air as though he were a prideful feline.
The females accompanying him, a seal longmane named Adrasteia and black vitiligo named Kurohime, shared an unimpressed look before Kurohime took a tentative step forward. Her paw imprinted on the soft blanket of snow beneath them. With a sigh, Adrasteia joined Kurohime in following the way too excited piebald male in front of them.
“There is an ice field not far in that direction.” Saummaktuk explained, thrusting his nose forward when the other two were close enough to see. “It is famous for all the ice holes scattered on it, there are so
The Storm || Rite of Fortitude Jonah missed Lea. That was the consensus among the tokotas after Vorondil told them about his handler’s girlfriend. While the tokotas could talked freely as they searched for the next Inukshuk, with some flirty banter between the two rare maned tokotas, Adrasteia and Brynhinol, Jonah could only ride Vorondil in silence. He looked off wistfully towards the mountains, trusting the lead to his tokota and to the other tokotas. Nanook, who was here handling Adrasteia, could tell the human was feeling a bit lonely. So he bumped his flank against Amarok, who was here to handle Brynhinol, and jerked his head back in Jonah and Vorondil’s direction.
“On it.” Amarok smirked.
His amber eyes flashed and the sneaky sphinx hung back a bit so that his pace matched with Vorondil. Jonah didn’t notice but his red brown tokota did, and the restricted seal glanced at Amarok and then to Nanook. But the blac