Bonjour and welcome to the Espérer Pack, The Pack of Hope. This is a semi-realistic wolf role-play pack based in beautiful landscape, and raw nature of Canada. To their knowledge, the Espérer's home ranges across a mountainous region, and is the only known wolf pack existing here. It’s not easy, there are many dangerous predators, tough weather, limited food supplies, and rough terrain to climb daily. Here, we embrace the positive times, and fight through the negative times. To be a member of the Espérer means to hope, the hope of survival. Come, join us, have fun, and let your creativity soar!
This pack welcomes both beginners and experienced role players. It can be fluid, but there is also an option to plan your role-play before hand. We even accept wolves, considered as free wolves, who aren’t associated members of the pack, and can roam freely around. We recently underwent a few changes after a short hiatus, but are back and running.
Pack Motto: For every low valley ends, and the land eventually goes back upwards.
Pack Website: http://espererpack.freeforums.net
I. Follow the rules of the WQ website.
II. Your characters have to be a species of wolf. Please no dog breeds, or manned wolves.
III. Please keep your wolves appearance realistic, no purple coats or wings on your wolf.
IV. Please follow the rules on the website: http://espererpack.freeforums.net/threa ... es-website
V. Please don’t double post or role-play on the WQ thread.
VI. Please understand applications on the pack's website tend to get accepted quicker then applications on WQ. It may take a few days for WQ applications to be accepted.
The Alpha is the leader of the pack, and sets up rules, and celebrations for the pack. Daily responsibilities include checking in with other wolves, occasionally going on guard, training with warriors, and planning or hunting along with Head Hunter. Alpha is expected to be responsible individual.
∆ Avelti ∆
“Frère“ | The Beta
Second in Command, Brother to the Alpha, The Frère the second in command after the Alpha, is not the actual brother of the Alpha. The Beta is the Alpha’s right pawed wolf, giving advice, and knowledge. Daily responsibilities include checking in with other wolves, occasionally going on guard, training with warriors , and planning or hunting along with Head Hunter. The beta is expected to be responsible individual.
“Chasseur“ | The Head Hunter
One position held by one wolf, The Head Hunter is a very organized, intelligent, experienced wolf that plans hunts. Daily responsibilities include searching for prey, and hunting, and devising strategies. The Head Hunter reports to the Alpha.
“Conduit“ | The Lead Warrior
One position held by one wolf, The Lead Warrior is an experienced wolf, organized, and skilled. Daily responsibilities include patrolling the pack territory, trains other warriors , stands guard, gives duties to other warriors and guards, and reports to the Alpha or Beta. It’s also important the Lead Warrior keeps their skills sharp.
“Guerrier“ | The Warriors and Guards
Daily responsibilities include patrolling the pack territory, training, standing guard, reporting to the Lead Warrior, Beta, or Alpha. They protect the pack, and are strong, and stay up late to keep watch on the pack.
“Explorateur” | The Explorer
While all wolves are encouraged to explore, as Explorers a wolf’s main responsibility includes exploring the land, discover new locations inside and outside the pack territory. Explorers face many struggles and dangers, and are responsible to report to the alpha and beta of their findings.
“Aidez-moi“ | The Healers
Healers are wolves with intensive knowledge on herbs. They make remedies to help wolves with disease, infections, and heal wounds. Daily responsibilities include searching and collecting herbs to stock. Healers also hunt when called upon by the Head Hunter.
“Se Soucier” | Pupsitter
An incredibly important position, pupsitters care and tend to young pups. Much is expected of them for they act as a role-model, and are the pups main teacher. Occasionally, the pup sitter sets up lessons with other adult wolves of the pack, to give lectures about their rank and explain their responsibilities to the pups. The pupsitter can if called by the Head Hunter, but may decline because of their responsibility to the pups.
“Jeune“ | Pups
Pups are young wolves. Pups are curious, playful, and are learning about how to be a wolf and what role they want to pursue in the pack.
∆ Emory ∆
∆ Dilusia ∆
***All wolves of the pack act as hunters to help feed the pack. ***
All wolves serve as hunters, but for some it can be their main duty.
“Gratuit“ | A Free Wolf
Free wolves are wolves not part of the pack. They can roam the territory, hunt, and interact with pack members. They can become a pack member, and sometimes and pack member can decide to become a Gratuity.
Please submit an application first, and once approved, please register on the site, and create your own biography. You may be as brief or as complex as you'd like to be in your application. Below is the form for applications.
History (Optional) :
We also accept pack Alliances.
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