B. April 30. 2018
Total FP: - | Rank: -
Skill points: ATK: 0 DEF: 0 SPD: 0
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Routa's Kuku activitiesBy Peurankasvo
Arpg: A single step back doesn't stop me for goodIt was supposed to be a regular ambush mission. The knight duo of the rider Oswald and his loyal kukuri Ukko had gone through much harder missions before, so one man-hunt didn't sound challenging at all. Oswald had gotten the order from nearby city, from local law forces. They needed help capturing a smuggler that had been seen in their city. They had a clue, that the smuggler in question and her two kukuris had left from their city earlier and were on their way now. Oswald questioned why this city's law forces wanted to capture the smuggler if she had already left, it apparently she had stolen important gems from their safe vault. Well, didn't seem it was too safe then.
With their information in hand, Oswald geared up himself and Ukko, and went on the move. They tracked the smugglers route, following them and catching up on them. They followed them in the shadows, figuring out their usual rhythm. The smuggler group consisted of only the one female handler, and two of her kukuris. As a
Arpg: The ChallengerIt had been months now since Ukko lost his another eye during a mission. He hadn't returned to full work yet, as his days went by with relearning everyday life with only one eye, and relearning to fight and survive. It was harsh, he and Oswald trained for long during the days. And while relearning to fight and survive was another thing, it was surprisingly challenging to readjust back to civil life. Many times he accidentally knocked things over with his tail, hit his antlers onto poles and tents, or didn't otherwise register something he normally would have with his full vision. For other camp members it might have been amusing, but not for him. His nerves were very tensed and he usually responded with a growl to others laugh.
Baileys was always by her loves side, and their daughter Polaris had taken like a guards role to his father. Ukko didn't much approve this much attention to his injury, but at the same time was proud of Polaris for being so brave and ready for action. She had ev
Arpg: Learn to trustPast is something one shouldn’t forget, as it has built you to the person you are today.
That’s what the war prairie Ukko was thinking today, as he was roaming freely around his home camp, the traveling Knight’s Camp. One of the kukuri doves that lived in te camp, had laid eggs this morning, and it had made him thought about his mother. It was a weird, bittersweet feeling. His memories took him far away from here, to the time when he was still so very naïve and innocent, carefree prairie pup.
When Ukko was still a young kukuri pup, he lived with his proud mother Kivutar. She was all that meant for Ukko then, and not to forget his siblings too. But mother has a special place in their son’s hearts. Young Ukko had enjoyed his short life in the wilderness with his mother, and hadn’t really thought about their recent travels. They had lived in a secure, dense forest, but recently they had been traveling away from there. At first he didn’t mind, and j
arpg: Right way forwardWhen prairie kukuri Ukko was still a young adolescent rook, his mother took him to meet her old friend. Ukko wasn’t delighted about that, as he felt his position as his momma’s number one threatened. Was he jealous, yes he was, and he never denied that feeling. And when his mother decided to leave him into the company of this weird humanoid being, young Ukko felt like his whole world had been shattered.
He still remembered that feeling, even now as he was already around 10 years old prairie. He was laying on grass next to his handler’s tent. They were living within a Knight’s Camp, and he enjoyed his life there. Today was nicely peaceful day, and his handler and him were having a day off. Oswald, the knight who was responsible of him, was sleeping inside the tent, probably suffering from major hangover after spending his night at the nearest tavern. Oh well, Ukko was feeling well rested and peaceful. But also curious, as there was something new happening in the
Arpg: How the story startedThe morning sun was only rising up, when the first soldiers were already practicing on the training grounds. It was yet another new day at the Knight’s Camp, which was at the moment located next to a wild river. They had camped here, as a nearby city offered lots of work for traveling knights.
Ukko the prairie kukuri was there too, laying on soft hays. Other war kukuris were sleeping around him, curled up nicely close to each other. Despite them being trained to be coldblooded beasts in a dangerous lifestyle of fighting alongside knights, they had a warm family dynamic. Even right now, one of the common kukuris was nuzzling his head on Ukko’s side, crawling closer to his warmth. Ukko didn’t mind that, he left the common be.
He had been part of this camp for, how many years already? He rose his head up, and looked past their tent roof and up to the sky. Four, five? It felt much longer actually, like he had been here for whole his life. But that wasn’t the case.