Age: 1 year and 9 months
Breed: Mexican Wolf
Mother:Unknown, dark brown wolf.
Father:Unknown, unknown color
Siblings:One known sister(Lilas),unknown location
Build: Has more fat rather than muscle, but isn't chubby.
Fur: Being thick, she has a light cream fur but it shades into a golden brown starting in the middle of her forehead, traveling all the way down to her tail.
Personality: Is generally quiet and gentle, but she is honest,patient, and intelligent. When she is upset or offended, she remains to herself and doesn't say anything for awhile but usually soon apologizes for her behavior. She has some knowledge on herbs but is still learning the land and how to master hunting. She's more on the serious side, but still enjoys playing and being silly.
Likes:Watching sunsets/rises,traveling,spending time with pack, learning and examining the land and other animals.
Dislikes: Fighting with pack members,dishonesty,not respecting other wolves,killing without reason, Badgers, and bad weather.
Strengths: Fast reflexes, strong intuition, and sharp hearing.
Weaknesses:Low running stamina, battling for long time.
History: Much isn't known about Ahora's history. She cannot remember much about her puppyhood,faintly recalling her mother's fur being a dark brown. However she does remember her responsible and golden older sister,Lilas. Lilas looked after Ahora when their parents and pack disappeared, and the both stayed with each other for about a 1 year. Then, the both of them were separated due to a severe thunder storm, about 7 months ago. Weeks after being separated, Ahora still searched for her sister, but was unable to find her. After 3 months, Ahora lost a lot of her weight and was very weak from hunger due to her lack of hunting experience. Deciding to give up the search, Ahora focused on hunting fish and learning about local herbs for about 4 months, gaining weight quickly. After, she started to grow very lonely and began seeking to join a pack. Soon, Brook accepted Ahora to join the Creekside Shadow pack, and Ahora was very grateful for that. Today, Ahora is a very happy fisher. Oddly though,not being able to remember her puppyhood doesn't bother Ahora very much .
A picture of Ahora:
Original Photo Credit:
Robbins,Jeff."A Mexican gray wolf released into the wild"Associated Press,1998.Picture.