Utina family

    The Utina Family    



Statistics & Foundation

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  • Species: Hybrid (wolf dog)
  • Family Origin: Minnesota, The Great Tribe
  • Surname: Cherokee, "meaning" ??
  • Archetype (Group): ??
  • Archetypes (Individuals): ??

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  1.   1.  Family Members
    1.   1.1  First Generation
    2.   1.2  Second Generation
    3.   1.3  Third Generation
    4.   1.4  Fourth Generation
  2.   2.  Defining Features
    1.   2.1  Physical Features
  3.   3.  History
    1.   3.1  Influence and Influences
  4.   4.  Culture and Homeland

The Utina family originated in Minnesota in The Great Tribe. Some members also joined AniWaya.

1.  Family Members

1.1  First Generation

  • Talulah Utina x Ohitekah Udalulv Utina

1.2  Second Generation

1.3  Third Generation

1.4  Fourth Generation

2.  Defining Features

General information about features that define this family.

2.1  Physical Features

Are there specific physical features that run through this family? Larger sizes? Smaller sizes? A certain fur type?


  • Eye colours are predominantly blue. Seen in:
    • Lighter ice-blue colours are present in Nayati: Blizzard Blue (#A3E3ED)
    • Darker, richer colours are present in Saqui: Jellybean (#2b8199), Sunki: Boston Blue (#3790B3), and Laurentin: Wedgewood (#51809c)


  • In the first generation of Utina wolves, coat colours tend toward lighter colours, with white and tans. Seen in:
    • Nayati: White (#fff) to flint (#6e6964) are the ranges of his coat colours.
    • Sunki also has a white (#fff) base with Sisal (#d4d1c1) colouring.

3.  History

Some history about the family goes here!

3.1  Influence and Influences



  • AniWaya: Members of the Utina family have only ever joined AniWaya while in 'Souls. Saqui took her mate, Claudius Aston, while a member of AniWaya.

4.  Culture and Homeland

  • Much of the Utina family are currently members of The Great Tribe in Minnesota, USA. Third-generation members of the family have joined AniWaya.
Categories: AniWaya | Great Tribe | Utina