Clio

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  1.   1.  Appearance
    1.   1.1  Basics
    2.   1.2  Miscellaneous
  2.   2.  Personality
    1.   2.1  Ideals
  3.   3.  Relationships
    1.   3.1  Family
    2.   3.2  Relations
  4.   4.  Skills and Inventory
    1.   4.1  Abilities
  5.   5.  History
    1.   5.1  Threads Archive

Clio was born to Althea and a father of unknown name who died shortly after her birth in May of 2015 in the wilds of the Rocky Mountain range in the western United States. She was raised on a feral lifestyle in a small pack where she and her mother were the only carriers of the Luperci virus. Despite the strictly feral culture of the pack, Clio developed a taste for walking in her Optime form, and so became a skilled healer under the apprenticeship of an elderly herbalist of her pack. In June of 2017, Clio's mother became very ill with symptoms of an untreatable sickness. As Althea's condition worsened, Clio convinced her mother to come with her on a journey to find a cure for her disease among the more civilized Luperci populations.

In June of 2018, Clio and Althea arrived in Nova Scotia.

OVERVIEW

BASICS

HERITAGE

IMAGE

NPCS

ETC.

  • Date of Birth: 14 May 2015
  • Gender: Female
  • Luperci: Ortus
  • Residence: Traveling
  • Mate: None
  • Pack: Loner
Althea
  • Clio's mother and travel companion.
Sabé
  • Steel gray Irish Draught mare, DOB 2009

1.  Appearance

1.1  Basics

Essentials

  • Species: --
  • Fur: --
    • Optime Hair: --
  • Facial Features: --
  • Build and Size: --
  • Humanization: --

Image

Palette

Fur

Ecru White (#F8F5EE)
Cararra (#E9E6E0)
Wafer (#DED1C5)
Vanilla (#CFBEAB)
Zorba (#9F978B)
Mongoose (#BAA188)
Soya Bean (#675C50)
Merlin (#403B35)

Eyes

Biscay (#1B315E)

Nose, Skin, Paw Pads

Coral Tree (#A87973)

1.2  Miscellaneous

Modifications

  • Scars:
    • None.
  • Piercings:
    • None.
  • Tattoos:
    • None.

Adornments

Jewelry and Accessories

  • In Optime form, Clio wears a gold upper arm band around her left arm.

Forms


85 lbs (39 kg)
34 in (86 cm)

Lupus (Preferred)

Clio switches between her Lupus and Optime forms often.


140 lbs (64 kg)
46 in (117 cm)

Secui

Secui form is rarely used.


175 lbs (79 kg)
6ft 10in (82 in / 208 cm)

Optime (Preferred)

Clio switches between her Lupus and Optime forms often.

Interaction

  • Speech: --
  • Scent: --
  • Quirks, Gestures, Etc.: --
  • General Posture and Body Language: --

Images

2.  Personality

TropeTrope

2.1  Ideals

Traits

  • Trait, trait, trait
  • Pessimistic/Optimistic-
  • Introverted/Extroverted-
  • Dominant/Submissive-
  • Alignment- Choose alignment

Motivations

  • --
  • --

Fears

  • Fear: --

Biases

  • Packs: --
  • Species: --
  • Non-Luperci: --
  • Gender: --
  • Color: --
  • Sexuality: --
  • Age: --

Sexuality

  • Kinsey 0: Purely Heterosexual.

Substances

  • --

Spirituality

  • --

3.  Relationships

* Does not know this person by name.

3.1  Family

  • Mother: Althea
  • Father: Deceased
  • Siblings: None
  • Children: None
  • Extended: --

3.2  Relations

Key Relations

Positive Relations

Neutral / Negative

Minor Relations

  • Sex: None
  • Friendly: All members of her former pack.
  • Enemies: None
  • Murders: None

4.  Skills and Inventory

4.1  Abilities

Healing

  • Herbalist (Journeyman): Clio is a skilled herbalist and healer.

Hunting/Tracking

  • Feral hunting (Journeyman): Clio is a skilled feral hunter.

5.  History

The Beginning

Clio was born to Althea and a father of unknown name in May of 2015 in the wilds of the Rocky Mountain range in the western United States. She was raised on a feral lifestyle in a small pack where she and her mother were the only carriers of the Luperci virus; her mother had been raised in a small traveling nomadic group of Luperci and left in search of a more humbled, feral life. Althea tells the story of Clio’s father who fell ill with an unknown virus and passed away only weeks after Clio was born, though she never speaks his name for reasons unknown.

Despite the strictly feral culture of the pack, Clio developed a taste for walking in her Optime form. In secret, she would depart from the presence of her packmates and practice shifting and moving on two feet. When her family would move past small settlements of Luperci with flickering fires and colorful garments, she would be drawn to them, though avoided contact at the demands of her mother. Clio was a skilled hunter- as any feral wolf must be- but she excelled, mostly, in her healing abilities. The pack’s elderly healer, Jira, gladly took Clio on as an apprentice when she showed interest in herbalism and taught her all that she knew. Sometimes, Clio was asked by Jira to shift and use her hands to create teas or paultices that natural paws could not. Jira would always be chastised by the pack when she encouraged her apprentice to do this, but the old woman would only laugh in response.

When Clio was about two years old, Althea began to show symptoms of illness, such as dizziness, fatigue, loss of appetite, and weight loss. As weeks passed, her condition remained stable but showed no improvement. Jira and Clio did what they could to help her, alas, nothing they did improved her condition, and she only continued to lose weight. One night, while Clio was making a tea for her ill mother with her shifted hands, Jira told her apprentice that she should take her mother and seek help from civilized Luperci in the hope that they would have a cure for her condition.

Clio immediately set out to the nearest Luperci village in search of a horse. When she asked the first tradesman what deal he could offer her, he only laughed in her face. Clio was dejected until she heard a cough from inside his home, and knew the sound of fluid-heavy lungs. The young healer said that she could save the life of whoever was inside if the tradesman would give her a horse. The man agreed, and Clio remedied the man’s sick son with a tea of pleurisy root. After several days, the boy began to recover. The tradesman respected their agreement and graciously gave Clio his finest horse. With it, Clio returned to her pack, much to the shock of all of its members with what she had brought on two feet, and begged her mother to come with her to seek help. Althea consistently refused until Clio violently told her mother that she would not allow her to die like her father had. At that, Althea painfully shifted for the first time in years, mounted the horse, and mother and daughter left their home to begin their journey in search of a cure.

5.1  Threads Archive

2018

June

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