yea....Will do later sweeties!
I'm to drunk to do it right now..to make a correct thing a gig..This character has been around for quiet a while but don't worry I will have something done soon!
"And so the cub stood, trembling down his paws as if an October wind brushed through his fur. Knowing the hunters had found him. He Froze still only to feel a gaze of an overshadowing figure, sinking his stomach to where he could feel the tall grass and the gaze burning over his head. But bravely, he looks up, staring up to it's gaze to be met with a smirk and a laugh. The cub looks in shock, his right ear twitching up woulds only to find, this was no hunter but the Alpha, their Cerna Liska."
- Young Cub: Cerna Liska (Collection of Chernarussian folk stories and tales) - Ulver Masenik (1823)
Chapter 1: Polar Bloodline
A name tells you more about a person than you are lead to believe. In Chernarus, especially to those that keep to the old ways, name's mean more than a person. If you were a Uxrelik we all knew that you were honorable. If you were a Gramiski it meant you were jokers and for a long time, Masenik meant the black fox. The Alpha, the symbol and the heart of the Chernarussian people. For decades, we were seen as keepers of traditions and those who people asked on how to preserve our ways. Our fame did not come from being brave warriors or even smart intellectuals. but story keepers. For us, all that mattered were 3 things: Blood, land and roots. It's always been said, each one of us is made a out of our forefathers, for better or worse. We are the reincarnation of those that have died to only preserve the greatest traits of each one of our bloodline. As each child is born, that child bares the mark of his or her family....
To many Chernarussians, bloodline was more important to anybody than wealth fame, or even power. As a name shows character and strength of the family and what was to come from her kindred. A Masenik for a long time was a name that was one of respect, one the Chernarussian people knew they could trust to do right for their people and their families. We where proud to be those people, proud to hold ourselves as gatekeepers and scribes of a forgotten culture and longing to be mentor's for future chernarussians. We had no desire for power....but a power of the mind.
You have to understand this to understand our family. From the outside a lot of us presented ourselves as storytellers or extreme traditionalists but that has never been the case. We are just...proud of our ways, proud to be what we are and what it means to be a Masenik.... Thats what it is suppost to mean, a name lost in a void of misjudgment and lies. One that we all seeked to recover.. For our lands...our heritage and our family.
We both believed that, my bother and I..We both believed in the name of Masenik