The del Bosque Family

The del Bosque Family

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ADOPT A DEL BOSQUE

  • Status: Active, Small
  • Statistics: X total (X dead; X active)
    Updated MM/YYYY.
  • 'Souls: Inferni
  • Worldwide: Ceniza Valley
  • Languages: English, Mexican Spanish

Table of Contents (hide)

  1.   1.  Family Members
    1.   1.1  Blood Members
    2.   1.2  Adopted Members
  2.   2.  Defining Features
    1.   2.1  Physical Features
  3.   3.  History
    1.   3.1  Influence and Influences
  4.   4.  Culture and Homeland

The del Bosque coyotes are one of the largest families in Ceniza Valley—due to the number of coyotes "adopted" into the family rather than any indication of their prolificacy. These coyotes are tricksters and traditionalists—and showy ones, producing some of the best fire dancers in the community. While they care greatly about the community's ideals (never is one seen without ash on their fur or in the same form each day), they seem to care a little more about popularity and fun than the future, but make great shamans, storytellers, and culture-keepers.


1.  Family Members

1.1  Blood Members

First Generation

Second Generation

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1.2  Adopted Members

In Ceniza Valley, few coyotes differentiate between relatives and non-blood "family." An individual's family can consist of anyone from brothers, aunts, and cousins to the coyotes who babysat them, their best friends, and stragglers adopted into the group. It's considered an honor to be invited into a family, especially as a former lone coyote, and it's not uncommon for a coyote to join another family and adopt their surname in the event they feel closer to them than their birth family. The del Bosque "family" of coyotes is particularly well-known for adopting lone coyotes into the fold.

  • Diego del Bosque was a non-Luperci loner from the outskirts of the Valley. He was infected by the Luperci virus and invited into the family by Laurel.
  • Joaquina del Bosque was born Liliana Alvarez in Paraguay, and reached Ceniza Valley when she fled her abusive family. Soledad welcomed her into the community and the del Bosque family to protect her and help her cut ties with her old life.
    • When Joaquina died in childbirth, her only surviving son Nazario was given the del Bosque surname and brought into the family by Diego.

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?

Eyes

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Fur

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3.  History

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3.1  Influence and Influences

  • Families: These families are linked by {character birth} or {blood feud} or {crazy witchcraft}.

4.  Culture and Homeland

  • Does your family come from a certain place in the world?
  • Maybe they have a specific religion?
  • Maybe there's a certain way all members of the family are raised?
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