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PostSubject: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Sun Sep 20, 2015 5:26 pm

A white and black striped lumbering giant walked silently through the forest. Besides his massive size he wove easily through the thin tree trunks and foilage. Blue eyes scanned the area for food. It was about the time of his daily hunting. Being so big had its perks but also it was a curse. The white tiger needing to consume more meat than other tigers. This resulted in him hunting often. But Myth did not mind hunting, he rather enjoyed it. The feeling of being top cat, something everyone should fear. It was a special feeling, empowering. Something the beast loved to feel and be. Many new of him, but never seen him and if they did they normally died. Some he let live to spread rumors about him. Warning other challenger's to beware. He was not a cat to mess with.

He soon spotted some white tailed deer. Instantly the Hunter got into a hunters crouch. He licked his lips in anticipation for the hunt. A smirk graced his lips as he slowly moved forward. The deer were unaware of him. Just as he was about to pounce on a buck a monkey sounded an alarm. Instantly the deer scattered and ran. Myth was not about to give up. Snarling to himself he bunched his muscles and sprung forth in a mad dash after his prey. He was slowly but surely gaining on his prey. Myth took a flying leap towards the deer just as it was durning. Sharp nail hooked into the deer's hide as the two flew with their momentum. Myth's claws clung to his prey as they hit the ground. His claws tore through the Bucks skin as the momentum and roll unhooked Myth's nails. Both payed stunned for a short while before the buck tried getting up. Hearing it's struggling Myth got up as fast as his stunned body could and stalked towards the terrified buck. As he drew nearer Myth let out a loud snarl before bitting into his prey's neck. K-9's dug deeper until he crushed his prey's windpipe. Licking his lips Myth dug in eating most of the carcass before going into the shade to rest. The carcass was right in his view so if anybody tried to steal he could kill them right away. Slowly his eyes closed and he begain to doze off.

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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Mon Sep 21, 2015 4:38 am

An elegant, smoky grey snow leopard prowled across the leaf-strewn forest ground. Her keen silver eyes attentive, she scanned the surroundings as she wove effortlessly through the towering trees. Her sleek fur rippled in the sunlight that filtered through the thin branches. She was searching for food to satisfy her growing hunger. In this forest, full of plump deer and tender rabbits, shouldn't she have come across at least one animal by now? The hunter took advantage of her slender and light frame to creep silently, her ears pressed back keenly. Recently, she had heard many rumours of a large, powerful white tiger that many animals met, and never lived to tell the tale. She was not daunted though. No, this snow leopard was not one to cross either. A headstrong and determined personality, she never showed submission to larger predators no matter how frightening others saw them. This was what made her unique, what made her stand out from the others. It somehow gave her a strong feeling of satisfaction - it told others not to give her any nonsense.

She caught sight of a herd of red deer trotting past, completely oblivious to the fact that there was a killer lurking in the shadows. Her lip curled slightly, revealing razor sharp canines. The snow leopard coiled her strong hind muscles and crouched down so low her belly brushed the grass, unmoving, all senses concentrated on the largest doe of all. She had to keep a good lookout of passing birds or monkeys - they often spoiled predator's chances of getting their prey. Not her though. She was constantly successful, she had to give credit to her stealth and experience for that. Then, when the targeted doe moved closer to her hiding spot, she leaped, sailing towards the doe in a beautiful arc, lethal claws sheathed. With a savage snarl, she pounced on the doe and snapped at her legs, tugging her down. The bucks raced forward to fend her off, but reeled back when she growled threateningly at them. The does had fled, cantering away like fleeting hares. She slammed the doe onto the ground and tore at her skin, slicing it. The doe struggled frantically to escape her vice like grip and bleated in alarm, but she was already weak from exhaustion. Her futile attempts seemed to drive the snow leopard futhur. Claws sinking into the doe's delicate flesh, she delivered the killer bite to the neck that sent the doe slumping down, limp as a ragdoll. There was no time to savour her triumph though. For all she knew, other predators might have spotted the carcass. The snow leopard dragged the doe over to the shade of a large tree and hid it in the tall blades of grass, wolfing down her mouth-watering meal quickly. In the cool shade, she flicked her lustrous tail and meticulously combed her thick fur. Somewhere in the distance, there was a flash of black and white, but she ignored it.
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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Mon Sep 21, 2015 6:38 pm

Odette was in her tree, claws driven into the bark as she perched, poised, on an overhanging branch. She was crouched down, her muscles rippling under long, silky, perfectly groomed fur. Teal eyes observed the ground below her, paws tucked in under her chest comfortably, in a feline position. Eyes were narrowed into slits, whiskers quivering as her ears perked slightly. As they neared, the ground began to shake slightly, disturbing the Lynx with its vibrations. Spitting, she slowly unfurled herself, short tale flicking as she stretched out, head turning. Twisting around, she darted down the tree she lay in, slowing, then stopping when she reached the ground. Eyes roved, until the vibrations got more and more prominent. The roar of many hooves echoed in the air, and Odette instantly realized what it was. Darting towards the sound, she shifted so she wasn't in the direct path, long body moving quickly as they approached. Soon, the stampeding herd sprinted into view. Odette's tongue flicked out, licking her jowls as her mouth watered slightly at the prey, stomach snarling at her. Spring was in full swing, and all Odette could manage for food was some tiny baby rabbits, mice, and occasionally some fish. But she wanted more, but even as a Eurasian Lynx, it wasn't that easy to catch a deer, and her body needed more than measly child's meals. She darted after some of the deer, trying to weed out a smaller one. Paws splayed out widely after each pawstep, something that was better for snow than normal ground, making for natural, webbed snowshoes. Fangs widened as she rapidly gained on it, but suddenly she slammed into something, and flipping onto her back, immediately rolled back onto her feet, shooting off as large hooves narrowly missed her head. The fawn's mother had whipped around, rearing to protect its young. She doe snorted a challenge to Odette, and when she didn't take it, galloped after her fellow kind.

Curling up, Odette's fangs peeled back as she glanced around, seeing two other cats among the dust. Holding her breath, her eyes fell on the Tiger, then the leopard. She was less concerned about the snow leopard, to be honest. She had something of a chance, against her. But the white Siberian? No, that was over ten times her size, she wouldn't stand a chance against him in his sleep. Back arching, she skittered around them, spitting slightly, but keeping her eye warily on the male. She sat down a good distance from both of them - she despised become a scavenger, of all things, but though it was rare, between the two cats, they might leave enough meat on the carcass for a decent meal, if she managed to fight off the crows for it. Her tufts of hair on her ears quivered as she watched them with bright, intelligent eyes, but didn't dare speak, nor come any closer.
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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Tue Sep 22, 2015 5:16 am

The snow leopard, bearing the unusual name of Phoenix, tore at the tender meat with her claws. She radiated an air of ferocity and prominence, for not for nothing was she named after the fiery mythical bird. Once her carcass was scraped clean, the majestic cat got to her paws, her hunger thoroughly satisfied. It was fortunate her size enabled her to take down large prey, unlike other small wild cats. Her intelligent eyes ran over the trees and dense foliage. That was when she spotted the two cats. It was rare, spotting company in this vast expense of forest. One was small, an Eurasian lynx by the look of it. Phoenix gazed with amusement at her as the lynx skittered round her warily. She was not that bothered with that cat, to be frank. She was almost five times the lynx's size, and stood a pretty high chance against her.

But the other cat was huge. That was an understatement, he was massive. A white siberian, he was savage even when slumbering. Phoenix knew better than to provoke him, but that did not meant she was going to lie down and allow him to walk all over her. He had to be the vicious tiger that roamed the forests. Raising her hackles, Phoenix backed away slowly, her ears pressed back, hissing slightly. When he rolled over, she instinctively leaped up a tree in a large bound and watched from above. He did not pay the slightest attention to neither Phoenix nor the lynx. Tossing her regal head, the snow leopard dug her claws deeper into the rough bark, perching steadily on the branch. She twisted her head to observe the lynx, who had narrowly avoided a herd of galloping deer. Muscles rippling like ripples of water underneath her glossy pelt, Phoenix curled her tail round her body in a protective manner. Deer were not a problem for her, even so, she had to be aware of their raging stampedes every now and then. She whirled around as a shrill shriek pierced the air. An outraged bald eagle was swooping down towards her, talons outstretched. It turned out, Phoenix had gone offendingly close to the bird's nest. The cat stared at the eagle for a moment before whipping her claw out to meet the eagle's blow. It was not what she wanted to do, but she had to defend herself. The eagle spun crazily through the air and landed with a muffled thud on the grass. The bird made a sharp slicing movement with a wing as if about to take flight again, and Phoenix jumped down the tree swiftly, and a little warily. But the bird's wing fell once more to the ground, and Phoenix left her. She was not that famished any longer. Her sharp nose sniffed the air, and she gave a start.

Distinctly, she could sense smoke In the distance. That could only mean one thing - fire.
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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:42 am

Echo vibrations reached Myth's ear through the ground. He lazily picked up his large head, blue eyes still blury with sleep. Blinking a few times got rid of the sleep from his eyes as he slowly sat up onto his elbows. His head moved towards his half eaten kill that was still untouched by others. What had woken him from his sleep? The sound was getting louder and soon a whole bunch of deer ran out of nowhere. Myth was instantly up and about. He may be the biggest tiger ever possibly known, but he was not stupid to take on a stampede of spotted deer. He got down low and let out a threatning hiss, his black lips peeled back to reveal large, dangerous teeth. The deer seemed to take the warning and avoided him even if it meant crashing into one another. When the deer passed the large feline growled out loud, "what the bloody hell!" He was awoken from his nap by a stampede of deer, that only meant one thing. Another large enough predator to spook the deer was on his territory. Grumbling to himself he opened his jaws and tasted the air, scenting for anything unusual. Got you... two? The thought of two other cats on his territory evoked another growl that rumbled through his chest. The sound of a hiss caused his body to still, slowly his head turned to see a snow leopard jump up a tree. Myth stalked towards the leopard, his glossy black and white hide looked smooth as muscles rippled underneath. He had yet to find and deal with the other intruder. How dare such a small cat enter his realm, eat his food, and climb his trees! Who was that stupid to think he would allow them to do that. Even the monkey's that normally mocked him were silent. The forest knew it's top predator was in a foul mood.

A shrieking sound startled the white Siberian tiger out of his thought's. He turned his head towards the sound of a muffled thud and slowly he walked closer towards the things flopping crazily on the ground. Not a moment later the leopard jumped down. Myth got low to the ground stalking forward before he jumped. His hindquarters propelled him forward. Claws extended he attempted to tackle and pin the other to the floor. "Who are you? Why have you come here! I should kill you for trespassing..." he was cut short by the smell of smoke.

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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Tue Sep 22, 2015 9:09 am

Odette was silent, patient. She could wait, so long as she wasn't chased out. And even so, she might've snuck back in anyhow. Her nostrils flared, crouching to the ground. Glossy muscled flexed against her beautiful tawny coat, as her eyes fixated on the cats. As the leopard polished off her meal, Odette's lips pulled back to reveal black gums and fangs, realizing the tiger was her only hope of any food now, as the female had cleaned every last piece of meat off her prey. He didn't seem too hungry, so she may have a chance. But soon, the Tiger woke, and didn't seem pleased that two cats were trespassing in his land. Odette's crouch deepened, as she prepared to have to dart away. But she had no need, as a screech, followed by frantic flopping sounded. Her keen eyes briefly took themselves off the strong brute of a cat, to look around curiously. As a creature that could see a mouse over two hundred feet away from her, it was no struggle to spot the flailing eagle. Shifting, she eyed the Siberian Tiger, realizing this was a better chance than ever, if the leopard wasn't going to eat it. Slowly, as the Tiger stalked closer, Odette followed in his footsteps. But instead of pouncing on the leopard, Odette skirted around the male, diving for the eagle, and dragging it a few paces away from the fighting cats. Sitting, wide eyes observed them, before something attracted her attention. Nostrils flaring, her eyes widened as fear struck through her for a moment. It was the same thing that had killed her whole family. A fire was fast approaching. "Fire!" She hissed to the other cats, fur standing on end as her back arched. It seemed no matter where she went, the fire would always follow her, always catch her in the end. But she refused to be taken by an inanimate being. Lips once again pulling back to reveal sharp fangs, Odette backed up slightly, trying to judge just how much time they had before the fierce flames would be upon them.
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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Wed Sep 23, 2015 3:31 am

Phoenix moved so quickly she was a blur. Sidestepping the enormous tiger, she reeled back, her jaws bared defiantly. The tiger nearly grazed the lynx, and nearly managed to pin her down. He was even considering to kill her, in such circumstances? The fire had probably reached the distant trees. The snow leopard could make out at the fringe of the forest. The smoke was getting suffocating, and Phoenix's lungs tightened uncomfortably. She mirrored the seething white tiger's movements, nimbly darting about. This cat was not one to panic during urgent emergencies, but she had a fire and a huge animal on her tail. What could possibly be worse? Phoenix had enough. She had to act. Hissing viciously at the white tiger, she gave a toss of her head toward the direction of the fire. Now, flames were visible, fiery tongues licking the trees. The white tiger made a low, warning rumble deep in his throat. Exasperated, the leopard jerked her head once more. "There is a wildfire. We need to run before reaches us!" she snarled, lashing her tail furiously.

Crash! A thin tree wobbled, and fell to the ground with a deafening thud that rang throughout the forest. Just great, Phoenix thought bitterly. The tips of her whiskers were almost singed by the blazing heat. She turned heel and glanced briefly at the white tiger, wondering her actions would trigger the breaking point of the tiger's temper. Yes, she had to admit that he had a point of being angry. Afterall, she was in his territory. "Look, I apologize for trespassing but we need to leave now!". Giving the tiger a hard look, she shot off like a bolt, the sizzles and hisses from the approaching fire ringing. He would probably deal with us after the fire, Phoenix's heart sank. But she urged herself to carry on. It was no matter. She would deal with him if he dared put a paw on her! Taking advantage of her agility and speed, the snow leopard thundered through the forest just as another burning tree collapsed behind. Crackling filled the air as the deadly fire crept along the ground. All that time wasted talking, they could have ran! Phoenix cursed herself silently for being so careless. The fire had not yet reached her. If she was quick enough...could she escape it? It was worth a try. Phoenix braced herself as a wave of searing heat knocked into her. Resisting a gasp, the determined cat pushed herself forward. She could not help but think of the lush forest. What would become of it? Would the trees regrow? It seemed that the fate of Bondi Forest was settled in the rain's hands.
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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Wed Sep 23, 2015 6:58 am

OOC: Assuming I'm replying to the second post, and Phoenix please refrain from double posting. Smile

Myth growled in annoyance as the lithe snow leopard dodged his attack but he had no time to dwell on it as a wildfire was fast approaching. As much as he was angery he could not reach them a lesson if he was dead. The smell of smoke burned his pink nose and watered his icy blue eyes. He turned around to see the Snow leopard fleeing, moving at a rather fast pace. His blue eyes landed on a lynx who looked scarred of the inanimated object. Although Myth feared the blazing object he did not show it, he was stubborn like that. Cursing himself on the inside Myth trotted over to the lynx. He attempted to pick her up by the scruff and turned to run. The Lynx maybe smaller than him and faster, but she would get trampled by the mass of animals. With Myth's help she could avoide a near death experience and possible injuries. Myth was a big cat, bigger than the standard but he could use his brute force to shove his way through.

Large paws smashed in the trampled undergrowth. His home for the past four years was ruined, burning behind him. He didn't understand though. Who had caused his realm to burn up in flames? It angered him– no it enranged him at how easily his home was destroyed. He could smell the acid in the smoke and see flurries of embers floating about. If there was already embers than that meant the fire was faster than he thought. With this new information Myth panicked slightly. He bunched his muscles and ran faster, forcing his lungs to expand and his legs to take longer strides. He was not going to die from a fire. If anything he will die by another being, Mother Nature herself, or by his own stupidity. Blue eyes darted about, looking for an easier way out. Although he knew his territory like the back of his paw, he couldn't tell where he was at with all the bodies pushing about. Something rammed into him evoking a muffled snarl as he turned and lashed out at the fallen victim. It narrowly escaped his sharp claws and ran off. Myth was panting from the long distance run but he didn't give up. Getting up from the ground Myth set the Eurasian Lynx that he attempted to grab down on the floor before attempting to step over her shielding her from the other animals with his body. He would occasionally growl at an animal that got to close to him before continuing his search for a quicker route. His eye caught sight of the spotted snow leopard running.

He was running out of time! Just as he was about to give up he saw an opening! Finally I know where we are! The stripped male thought. He bent his large cranium down to see if she was still under him. If she was he picked her up around the neck and ran of again. Slightly  wheezing by the lack of fresh air. His heart thumped wildly, fur on end with ears pinned back, and a crazed look in his eyes. He jumped and dodged over fallen animals and trees. He was almost there when a falling branch hit his shoulder, effectively burning his skin and  singeing his fur. A loud yowl of pain came from him as he dropped the lynx and crashed and rolled into the ground. He laid there in pain and stunned before he tried getting up. He put as little of his weight on his left shoulder as he could. He failed a few times before he finally got up and looked around for the lynx. Where was she?


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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Wed Sep 23, 2015 9:51 am

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Odette was frozen. Frozen in fear. As the searing heat neared closer and closer, Odette was overwhelmed by flashbacks, one after the other sweeping over her. Of her ex-mate, Blase. Of their children, and of the fire that took them all from Odette. Under almost any other circumstance, Odette could keep her calm, but fear took over her mind now, locking her joints as she trembled slightly, heart pounding in her chest. Out of the corner of her eye, she saw the leopard leave, and shortly after, something large, black and white moving over toward her. At first her mind didn't register it, before at the last minute, she attempted to jerk away, a scream escaping from her tightened vocal cords. However, the brute was far too large, and easily picked her up by her scruff, carrying her off. Her fear of him overrode the fear of the fire, and she began struggling, stretching her paws out and flailing them. When she realized he was only helping, though, she stilled, looking up at him with frightened eyes. Why was he helping her? Was she the quickest meal around? Curling up into a ball, she let herself become lighter, and easier to carry. This felt odd, simply being carried away by one of the largest and most fierce predators. Suddenly she was set down, and after a few seconds, her mind clicked into place. Every muscle told her to flee, but the heat that was being thrown on them from behind was searing, as her secondary fear started up again, shoving down her fear of being eaten. Cowering under him, she was startled when suddenly picked her up once again, and continued running.

She swung from side to side, tucking her head into her chin as her ears moved backwards, pinning against her head. She watched the trampling feet, that likely would have killed her by now. She slipped into a sort of trance, tuning the outside world out as she tried to block any more memories from resurfacing. Suddenly, she was rudely jerked back into reality, as she was thrown, rolling a few feet away, before she scrambled to her feet, narrowly avoiding an Elk's hooves, almost trampled. The path suddenly got wider, and Odette could see why. There was a branch on fire, and Myth lay on his side, seemingly struggling to get up. She hesitated for a moment - run or go back to him? She debated with herself, but she knew she couldn't. The searing heat was coming fast. Snarling at herself, she ran back over to Myth, leaping over the burning branch. "Come on, we've got to move!" She hissed, insisting eyeing his wound. Hopefully he would still be strong enough to escape the flames. It wasn't much farther. "I know a place with water!" She said, hissing and dodging as ashes swirled everywhere, pressing on her coat and singing her fur. She felt the heat on her side, burning away the hair there as well, and was surprised she hadn't caught on fire yet. She tossed an insistent glance over her shoulder, before beginning to dart away, hoping he would follow. She glanced over her shoulder again, to make sure he was alright.
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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Wed Sep 23, 2015 7:46 pm

The heat stung Phoenix's silver eyes painfully. Twice, she had to stop and wait out the frantic flees of the other animals. She was an intelligent cat, and knew not to charge straight into the stampede. The lithe cat twitched her ears furiously. Fire. It was always the fire. The same killer that destroyed her family's territory ages ago. Perhaps they survived - Phoenix had no way of telling. It was utter carnage and chaos then. Screams reverberated through the air as the flames rose, creeping towards the dens. Phoenix had a patched of fur completely burned away...she stopped for a moment and tilted her head back. That patch of fur had healed, replaced by beautiful smoky fur. Getting rid of the thoughts, she surveyed her surroundings keenly. Where on earth were the white tiger and the lynx? Her question was answered at once. The large brute of a cat was lying on one side, his breathing heavy. Phoenix could see why. The skin near his hind leg was singed badly, and he seemed to be struggling to get up. The lynx was some way ahead, ensuring that he was alright. Phoenix momentarily froze. What should she do? Save herself, or aid the tiger that wanted to kill her? The answer was clear as crystal in her mind. The snow leopard sprang forward and crouched at the tiger's side, as near as she possibly dared to go. "We need to go! You can get up, just try," she called softly, her tail brushing the grass. "St. Kaieteur Falls is nearby, we can seek refuge there! If the fire would not reach it..." Phoenix trailed off. That was the problem. What if the fire engulfed the entire Eastern Lands? The best method would be trying to put it out, but three animals sorely? Phoenix took a deep breath and kept a cool head. Panicking would not be of much help in this situation. She raised her head, and her eyes met the lynx's. Somehow, a flash of trust and understanding passed between them. Phoenix tosssed her head. Trusting each other was the best chance they have got. Teamwork was another issue. One thing she knew, Phoenix trusted the both of them, even the white tiger. Her gaze fell back on the injured tiger. Right, there was one option left. She placed her paws underneath the tiger's back and pushed with all her might. His weight seemed unbearable, crushing her paws, but she held on and pushed him up. By now, a ring of fire had surrounded them. Phoenix clenched her teeth and pushed with her whole weight, but even that was not enough.

An elk thundered past, and Phoenix was unceremoniously thrown into the air. She rolled over and hit the rough bark of a still intact tree. The elk was huge, and snorted at the seething cat before racing away. She shook her fur, irritated, as suffocating dark ash swirled about. She returned to help the white tiger, Myth. The heat raged on ferociously. Phoenix was almost certain that they would never make it out alive. The tiger attempted to get up, but it was feeble. Phoenix was getting desperate. She shot brief glances at the fire. It was worst than she thought. Their only hope was to climb a tree, and jump off on the other side. Phoenix looked doubtfully at the Myth. He seemed to be regaining some of his strength, which was a great relief. But they really could not spare any more time. Every second was precious. The fire might reach the remaining tree any moment. The plan was risky and reckless, but what choice did they have? Phoenix would rather try to escape than let the fire incinerate her. The cat growled and leaned on the tiger forcefully. Good riddance, what was the lynx doing?. Phoenix hissed to capture the attention of small cat.
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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Sat Sep 26, 2015 4:41 am

Myth let out an annoyed snarl, he was trying! What else was he supposed to do? He was to stubborn to die by the flames that ate up his home so he did get up. Watching as the Lynx and snow leopard ran off towards some place with water. He managed to stand and with shaky determined steps he limped after them as fast as he could. At first he was slow and stumbled often, but he ignored the pain in his shoulder and picked up his pace. Constantly making low rumbles in his chest to avoid contact with another animal. He hated this. Showing he was hurt and following the two who were in his territory in the first place. His paws worked as fast as they could, trying to avoid branches on fire and others. It soon dawned onto him on what he would do no. Where would he go? Live? His home was up in flames behind him. The myth of Boni Forest was no more... how could he hold that title now? When the first sign of fresh growth shows he'll head back and roam his domain again. Maybe, just maybe he'll let the two cats saving his hide stay. He didn't know for sure and if he was even capable of it, but he'll try for his own sake. He soon was able to put a little weight on his shoulder to help pick up speed. Though he was still a few feet behind the leopard and lynx.

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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Thu Oct 22, 2015 9:21 am

Phoenix had to admit she was mildly terrified. Being terrified was definitely not in her nature, but the sight of the ravenous fiery beast made a shiver run up her spine. The snow leopard tilted her head and searched intently beyond the swirls of thick ash. Myth was catching up. To be honest, she had to marvel at his determination to carry on even when injured. She slowed down to a quick pace, slow enough for him to catch up. Her ears twitched to take in the sounds round. Silver orbs swept over the chaotic scene. Resembling writhing snakes, the fire was breathtaking alright. Scarlet flared up gracefully, before being encased in rich gold flames. Though vast and majestic, it was elegant in its own way, almost as if dancing...

Annoyed, Phoenix made a deep snarl in her throat. There was no time to admire the fire, for goodness sake. The reason their lives were at stake. She concentrated on using her legs to pump her forward. The air was fresher here. Could they be drawing toward safety? A flash of absolute determination spurred Phoenix on. A powerful leap broke her free of the fire's merciless grasp. Her lungs screamed for air, and a single inhale felt like the first breath of life. Persistent her pursuer was, though.

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PostSubject: Re: The myth of Bondi Forest [Open]   Thu Oct 22, 2015 12:27 pm

The lynx watched, eyes wide with fear as she watched everything unfold. It was complete and utter chaos - she couldn't hear anything over the roar of stamping hooves, angry roars, snarls and snorts, and thudding pawsteps. Every animal for itself, the predators higher on the food chain forced their way to the front of the pack, to ensure their own survival. She could hardly see, as her vision slowly darkened around the edges, smoke billowing from the flames. Her lungs were filled with it, as she tried to breath as shallowly as she could. A coughing fit wracked her body, but after a moment she managed to swallow, throat sore. She turned to see the tiger and Leopard taking off, and glanced behind her, only to see a branch tumbling in her direction. Swiftly dodging, she darted off at top speed. She searched for the two cats, but could no longer see them, as she was almost trampled beneath the feet of far larger creatures. She felt herself get kicked, and twisted, falling and rolling. Curling into a ball, the trembling of the ground jostled her whole body, and she quickly moved so that she could avoid those dashing toward her. She didn't feel any injuries, other than minor cuts, and quickly darted off again. Her body was quickly tiring, as fatigue set in, and more coughs wracked her frame, but she pressed on, until she felt the smoke thinning. Claws digging into  the earth with each step, she pushed herself to her maximum speed, and instead of following the crowd, veered off slightly, so she was out of immediate danger, and heading toward Pompeii Beach. It had the least foliage, and the cover of water, and the fire would quickly die out, if it even got that far. Tongue flicking out, she finally caught sight of the Tiger and Leopard. Her heart pounded in her chest so hard it had begun to hurt, as she slithered her way toward them. "Follow me!" She insisted, hoping they would listen. She had been through almost every territory, not even fearing trespassing within the packlands on occasion, and many a time avoiding the snapping fangs of a wolf. She knew how to navigate, and where the safest place was, that wasn't too far from here.
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