April 27, 2013 - 4:48pm — Cradlecap
HEAD - 100/100
HEART - 100/100
HEALTH - 100/100
~"There you are!"
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May 6, 2013
Woke up with a tummy ache, but otherwise in a good mood again. A tiny trail of scent brought him quickly to Chi, who he settled down with for a nap after some nuzzles.
May 5, 2013
Woke up in a good mood for once. Looked for Chi, but couldn't find him. Wandered. Came across a huge blue boar-beast... Lats'vel? Sniffed and backed away a bit, a bit intimidated. Was drawn back in by the bull's strange appearance and mannerisms. Ended up settling into his side contentedly.
Later, ran around a bit more. The forest is strange today... giant flowers, darker skies.
Played with a few other fawns for a bit. Saw a giant crow... woah! Tried to play with it, but scared it away.
May 3, 2013
Approached Chi. The red stag hissed and got very upset at him for going to Baum. Cradle tried to apologize, but Chi became more aggressive and took the fawn to the pond, threatening to drop him in. He didn't, though, and questioned the little white buck. Cradle was lonely. Chi seemingly forgave him, and allowed Cradle to ride between his antlers.
The fawn gifted him with one of his own milk-teeth as a peace offering.
April 29, 2013
Looked for Baum, but couldn't find him. Wandered around a bit, but quickly found Chi. Spent the afternoon cuddling and playing with the red stag. Gave him a flower, but the larger deer seemed unsure, as if he didn't normally receive gifts. Cradle nodded anyway and fell asleep against the fluffy beast.
April 27, 2013
Woke up with a blinding headache. Couldn't remember where he was for a moment, dizzy spell followed. Stale scent of Baum eventually caught up with him. Looked around and didn't see the beast- started to feel nervous and vulnerable. Cried out his name a few times, but with no answer.
Found him at the blue bowl.
With a heavy sigh, Cradle inched over to Baum, and tentatively snuggled into his side.
Later, noticed he was being watched. A large red stag beckoned him over. Cradle was frightened but eaten up with curiosity, so he swallowed his fears and quietly walked over.
The fluffy red stag welcomed him, and lead him to a soft patch of grass, where he introduced himself as Chi. He draped himself over the fawn to keep him from leaving. Cradle was given a red feather, to wear and show that he was a possession of Chi.
He looked back over to Baum, who was watching them by now. Was nervous about the wolf-beast, what he would think, say, do, when Cradle came back. Would he be jealous? Would he hurt me?
Confided in Chi, who reassured him. Fell asleep against the fluffy red stag.
Awoke, with Chi nowhere to be found. Instead, Baum was looming over him.
Pretended to still be sleeping, fearful of what would happen if he got up.
He could still smell Chi's scent in his fur, but hoped Baum wouldn't notice...
April 27, 2013
Woke up beside Nunu and a stranger. Apparently a friend of hers, Cradle sniffed him warily, still a bit unsure of him.
The three trotted over to a mushroom circle, where Cradle was transformed into a rabbit, a bat, and a toad. Much laughter ensued.
Still a bit frightened by all the attention, Cradle is a bit quiet and jumpy. Quickly warming up to Nunu, however.
Later... discovered a beastly Baum in a patch of blueberries. Nervously sniffed at him before cowering. Drew closer to the wolf-stag, then collapsed into his side for a nap.
Woke, surrounded by Baum and many other deer. Overwhelmed with fear, Cradle fled, trying to find anyone who would comfort him. Did much searching, but remained empty-hearted. Munched on some flowers to easy his upsetting stomach... continued to wander aimlessly. Seems to be searching for something, or someone. Chased around a stag, desperate for contact. Lost track of him, slowly having been worn out.
Idled. Then Baum showed up to collect him. Was grateful, drawing close for a nuzzle before tucking down with him in a patch of blueberries.
April 26, 2013
Wandered around, couldn't find anyone to talk to. Met several strange faces, cowering before running away.
Eventually crossed paths with the slender, bright doe, Nunu. She was very welcoming and together they played a bit. Later on, they settled by a log, and Cradle fell asleep.