The Antebellum Family

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  • Species: High dog-content hybrid (dog, coyote, wolf)
  • Family Origin: Southern USA
  • Surname: Latin, "before the war"
  • Archetype (Group): Proud, falconers, traders, strong family bonds, hard-workers.
  • Archetypes (Individuals): Narcissists, manipulators, horsemen, devoted siblings.
  • Status: Active, Small
  • Statistics: 1 total (3 dead; 1 active)
    Updated 11/2016
  • 'Souls: KR
  • Worldwide: Southern USA
  • First Member: Marcella Fauks, LN, 12/2015
  • First 'Souls Birth: —
    • Parents: —
    • Children: —
  • Languages: English, German
  • Icon: Diving falcon

Table of Contents (hide)

  1.   1.  Family Members
    1.   1.1  First Generation
  2.   2.  Defining Features
    1.   2.1  Physical Attributes
  3.   3.  History
    1.   3.1  Influences
  4.   4.  Culture and Homeland

The Antebellum family originated in the Deep South of North America, where they lead a tightly knit family group that specializes in falconry and trade.

Though most members of this family are honest, industrious, and caring towards one another, there are some who go against this ideology. But having strong family bonds does not mean Antebellums are comfortable ignoring a problematic relative. If someone seems bent on soiling their family name, Antebellums have been known to distance themselves from that individual or, in extreme cases, disown them entirely.

By and large, this family is comfortable keeping to themselves and those of their kind. While outsiders aren't necessarily regarded with contempt, they are more likely to help out one another than they would a stranger.


1.  Family Members

1.1  First Generation

2.  Defining Features

General information about features that define this family.

2.1  Physical Attributes

Eyes

  • Eye shapes in Antebellums can vary widely.

Eye Color Variation

  • Cooler tones, such as shades of blue and gray are common.
  • Heterochromia can frequently be seen.

Fur

  • Because of the predominantly short-haired dog breeds that make up their genome, Antebellums typically sport smooth, harsh haircoats.
  • Unfortunately, their short fur does little to protect them from cold, snowy Northern winters and most are required to dress in clothing to keep warm.

Base Color Variation

  • Various shades of red are most common in this family, though gray and white are not unusual.

Markings Color Variation

  • Merle is extremely common in this family.
  • Tan points are not uncommon and are occasionally seen with brindling.
  • It is very common to see white spotting of varying degrees, ranging from simple residual white to fairly extreme piebald.

3.  History

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3.1  Influences

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4.  Culture and Homeland

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