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Atropine's Bio

Post  Atropine on Sat Oct 16, 2010 3:51 pm

Atropine's Biography

Name: Atropine

Age: 3 years old

Gender: Female

Dimensions: Weight: 39 lbs Height: 34 inches (86.36 centimeters) Length: 60 inches

Appearance: Atropine has a tawny coloured base coat, which varies in shades and tones all around her body. She has patches of black on her tail, neck, back and head which fade out into her normal fur colour. Her fur is lighter around her face, legs and underbelly. As she is a European grey wolf, her legs are quite long and her facial features such as her muzzle are bolder and larger. Her eyes are a pale amber colour. [See reference above].

Personality: Atropine is a strong-minded, ambitious wolf. She has a natural curiosity and zest for exploring everything around her - the phrase 'curiosity killed the cat' could come to mind. She is light-hearted and enjoys the company of others, and has quite a blithe outlook on life. She isn't too concerned about what is going on around her - which leaves her desperately unprepared for anything that strikes her path. For this reason, she often acts rashly and stupidly; Atropine is one to leap blindly into a situation, often using brute rather than brains. Although she does have a considerable amount of logic, Atropine isn't the smartest of wolves and prefers to value strength rather than intellect. She is outspoken, however not in a way which would be considered blunt and impolite - she is sure to voice her opinions in an unbiased fashion. On the whole, she is a good companion and likes to establish strong comradeships with others around her.

History: Atropine was born into a large litter of six, so from the outset it was important to establish a domineering persona to upkeep a healthy survival over her littermates. She was a strong pup, and continued to thrive to adulthood. Unfortunately two of her siblings passed away due to hunting incident. This didn't seem to affect Atropine as much as it should have - she never obtained a strong connection with her siblings, mainly due to the prospect of living competition.

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Re: Atropine's Bio

Post  Guest on Sun Oct 17, 2010 8:19 am

Wow! Your bio is very cool! ^^


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