Storming Night
This Gang is located in a wide forest, surrounded in trees and bushes. The grass runs soft and bright green. As beautiful as it is though, only Storming Night and the prey live here.

Leader: Skiv
Mistress (Leader's mate, also the leader):
Harbinger (Second in command): Sita
Warriors: Nalleya, Atsumi, Mau, Venus, Kopa

Acid Rain's ears drooped as he was alone again. The scent of his dragon had long since faded, but he was still stood at the border of Storming Night. Somehow, in the few minutes he had stared at the den where his parents resided, the sun had set and it had started to rain lightly. His dual-coloured pelt was soaked through, and he was shivering violently, but he was stuck to the spot. How could he face his parents without Pollute by his side? Yes, he usually went at it alone, but the gap they'd been apart was stretched longer than it usually was, and he couldn't deny he felt guilty.

The only thing that made him move from his space was the surprise of a red scaled head popping out from the undergrowth next to him. "What are you doing here?" He hissed, more shocked than annoyed that the dragon had caught him vulnerable. "What are you still doing here?" Pollute retorted, revealing his full figure and beginning to head towards the den. Acid just shook his head and finally followed his dragon.


Kozu burst into the den just after his younger son had arrived, his eyes wide, until he realised his mate was sleeping and Revillet was sat, panting, after dragging a kill into their den. "Thanks. You know you don't /have/ to do this for us." He felt slightly guilty with one of his sons doing so much for them and the other was just... Well. He didn't really know what Acid was doing. That was the thing.

The dragon's scent caught his nose before the red sight caught his eyes. The cougar's head swivelled, and he tried to not look so sternly at the Red Back that had stayed away from his master's parents for so long. "Hello, Acid Rain, and..." He hesitated, forcing himself not to just say 'dragon'. "...Pollute. Welcome to our home." Though he could hardly say the Red Back was /welcome/. He didn't want to make it harder for his older son, though, so he just smiled and gestured for them to take a seat, hoping Nalleya would wake soon.


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