Silver Rose is an alternate universe role playing site which follows Teen Wolf TV series. It is canon till 3rd season and AU from the fourth. What happens when Scott and his pack face a threat which comes in an unexpected way. Will he discover the deadpool and stop it, or will he loose his pack before it is too late. For further expansion of the plot details please look into the Site Plot.
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Cameron wandered along, following the paths the dead leaves made on the ground. He didn't fear getting lost, he had trekked forests as a child and loved the quiet and the woody smells. Since his time in Beacon Hills, Cam had realised that the woods here weren't all good. He often found a slaughtered deer or bloody patches in the earth and unconsciously avoided certain areas of the forest. His very first year here he had been strolling and found a human foot. Ever since then he carried a pocket knife with him. Just in case he ran into the thing that had done it. He suspected mountain lions.
Cam strolled along, thoughts stringing onto one another in his head. He never thought about one thing for too long when he walked unless it was pressing on his brain. He often thought about lacrosse or potential love interests... Male love interests. He was thinking of nothing as he walked, and broke into a light jog quite suddenly.It was an easy jog as this part of the forest was all downhill. The day was clear, the trees were healthy and he just saw someone duck behind a tree in front of him. He stopped and stared. Everything was silent until he heard a light 'snap!' from the same tree. He gripped his knife and moved forward a step. "Who's there!" It wasn't a question, really. More a demand for them to show themselves.
Post by Rosemarie Lidija Dragoslav on Aug 29, 2016 18:40:10 GMT
Rosemarie had been in the forest doing one of the things we loved the most: talking to her animal friends. It was a quiet day, and she had nothing to do as she was finished with homework. She smiled as the baby bird that sat on her lap was trying to fly. Flying lessons were easier when it was older, but the mother was away and wanted the animal witch to teach to at least flap it's wings. She looked at the birds around cheering on the little bird as she started to flap her wings. "Come on, you can do it," Rose whispered to it. She was happy to see the young bird flapping it's wings, but it had to get faster if it was to fly. Rose lifted it up into the air to see if it could carry itself just as it had asked her to. When the little bird started falling, she placed her hands under it to catch it. "Sorry, little one, you're going to have to wait a while before you can actually fly," she told the baby bird. She continued trying to teach the little bird how to fly when a young fox ran to her, telling her that a person was coming straight towards where they were.
Rose got up from the floor, and looked around as someone was actually coming towards them. "Everyone that can runaway, go!" she demanded to the animals. She hid behind a tree, but was sure that the person had seen her. She sighed when she under cover and everything was going well until the baby bird in her hands jumped in fear. Rose reached out to grab it and broke a branch in the process. She hoped that the person hadn't noticed, but that wasn't meant to be. "Okay darling, I will keep you safe no need to be scared," she whispered to the little bird. When she heard a male voice call who was there, she stayed quiet as she telepathically called all the animals within range. Slowly they all started arriving, and she thanked them. "Is just me," she said stepping out from behind the tree.
Cameron was both relieved and confused when a young girl stepped out from behind a tree, calling as she went. He sighed and put his knife away, slumping his shoulders. When he looked at her again, his teacher instinct came on and he took a few reassuring steps towards her. "You're all on your own? I understand this forest isn't the safest of places." He didn't want to scare her, since he had first accidentally come at her with a pocket knife and then told her they were in a dangerous place. He really wasn't setting himself up for a friendly conversation but then again, he'd been caught off guard.
Who could help an unexpected conversation in a strange place not be scary and awkward? No one he knew of, except maybe Morgan. Morgan could fix everything. Cam shook his head, clearing his thoughts of the handsome guidance counselor. Now was not the time for daydreaming.
Post by Rosemarie Lidija Dragoslav on Aug 30, 2016 14:17:32 GMT
It seemed as though he had been expecting something completely different, but who would the forests were full of mysterious creatures that even Rose didn't know much about. She looked at the school's guidance counselor for a couple seconds trying to come up with a believable reply to his question. She couldn't just as well come out saying: I was just was just out here talking to my animal friends. He probably wouldn't understand and she would have to go on to explaining how and why. Rose had heard it all before, and didn't need to have it brought back up so soon. "Um... I was just walking around. The nature is something we all should enjoy," she replied. Just then the little bird asked her when their flying lessons will start, and since the baby could l couldn't speak telepathically yet, she had to reply out loud. She cradled the baby bird and whispered calmly as soon as everything went back to the way it was.
Folly, the baby deer, came out from behind the trees. Rose tried to grab him before he got too close to the new arrival. When the fawn stepped out of the way, she got frustrated, the mother would not be happy to see Folly with another person. "Folly, get back this instant. What would your mother say if she came back right now?" Rosemarie said to the little fawn. Her voice had been kind, but still the demand in the request was more dominant. She hadn't forgotten about the human standing in front of her. She walked back with the fawn and placed the baby bird on Folly's back. She peeked out from behind the trees and saw he was still there. Was he going to ask the dreaded questions?
Cameron waited for the girl's reply and watched her carefully. She was hiding something. He wasn't sure what, but it was something. But why would a girl of no more than sixteen be hiding something in the woods. So maybe she wasn't hiding anything and Cam was just being paranoid. Either way, he couldn't wait to lecture her about the dangers and murders these woods had on display. He didn't get a chance to go into 'Angry Lacrosse Coach Mode', though, because the girl lifted her hands and started murmuring to a fluffy ball in her hand. From a distance it looked like a large rabbit's foot key chain or a cat toy and he furrowed his brow, thinking how this girl might just be insane.
As he watched, a wobbly fawn stepped out from a clump of trees. Cameron stared. He'd seen deer in the forest before but always from a distance. Now this baby was walking straight towards them. As he stared, the girl turned around and began to scold it. He shook his head in disbelief and pinched his wrist. This wasn't a strange dream. He kept staring as the fawn turned and walked back and he resolved his thoughts on the girl being a little mad when she placed the key chain/cat toy on the deer's back as it wobbled away.
As she turned around, he pointed to where the deer had disappeared. "He seems to like you. Do you have any other animal friends out here?" As mad as she seemed to him, this girl was amazing if she could communicate and walk with the animals here. That took talent and determination.
Post by Rosemarie Lidija Dragoslav on Sept 1, 2016 1:15:08 GMT
When Rose had peeked out from behind the trees, she was glad she wasn't hearing the dreaded questions. He had wanted to know if she had any other animal friends here. For a second Rosemarie didn't know whether it was a good idea to allow the baby animals anywhere near the man with the knife. She didn't think that he would try to kill them, but either way she had a backup plan. She motioned to the young animals behind her to walk along behind her. They all filed up in a straight line as she had instructed, and started walking out. Of course Folly was the first one out. Rose only had a couple seconds to grab Sheila from the fawn's back. "All the forest creatures can be your friends if just take the time to listen to them," she replied. She looked at the little bird in her hands and sighed. We will continue your flying lessons later, she told the little bird telepathically hoping it got the message. "Such as Sheila, here, in my hands. She wants to continue her flying lessons, but I'll wait a bit," she said.
Then the thought hit her and she wondered why he wasn't asking why she could understand the animals. It was usually the first question to ever leave anyone's mouth when they found out. She looked at his energy and was surprised to see that it was completely human. Usually a supernatural would have twinge of pink in the yellow energy flowing around them, but his energy was just yellow. Maybe that was the reason he hadn't asked her anything. She still had a feeling he knew more than he let on though. "Why haven't you asked... how I can understand them?" Rose asked nervously. She knew she could trust the guidance counselor not to go around telling anyone about what she was. Her anger wasn't there, well it hadn't been there since she hid Folly back behind the trees the first time. She allowed the animals to roam the man, but not too closely he still had a knife with him.
Cam couldn't believe his eyes when the girl peeked from behind her tree, along with an insane amount of animals. They seemed to trust her completely and Cameron was dumbfounded. This girl was either unknowingly talented with animals or incredibly smart. Even more amazing was the way they shuffled out obediently, he didn't quite know what to make of it all. The baby deer was back with the puffball on it's back which the girl scooped up. He looked on with interest as she explained the puff wanted to continue it's flying lessons. So it was a baby bird! How fascinating!
He laughed in disbelief as the animals wandered around him, looking around in delight. So this was what she was doing, hanging out with her animal friends in the forest. He wondered briefly whether she was friends with those mountain lions that roamed around every now and then. He severely doubted it. Those things were vicious. He looked up as the girl asked a question and rubbed the back of his head, thinking about his reply. "Well, I guess you'd read their body language or something. It's a smart thing to do. Is that right?" He asked. There couldn't be another explanation. This girl was a genius and she chose to spend her time with animals. Cam could see where the girl was coming from, animals didn't talk, not really. That was why Cameron loved dogs so much.
Post by Rosemarie Lidija Dragoslav on Sept 1, 2016 20:09:44 GMT
Rose could tell that he wasn't the best at recognizing what was right in front of him. If a werewolf without a shift in features was here, would he just think that it was a normal human? She looked at him with a smile, it wasn't as though she could lie to a superior, but then again, it wouldn't be lying if she just didn't say anything. Would that be the best thing though? Maybe she should ask of he believed in the supernatural. It wasn't specifically giving away that she was no ordinary human. The animal witch thought about her response, and though it was correct in a way, she didn't want to explain anything if he wouldn't understand it. "Do you believe in the supernatural?" Rosemarie asked the guidance counselor. She wasn't saying anything more, but it wasn't as though he couldn't piece everything together if he had some facts from the beginning.
The animals continued circling around him, and Rose didn't have any intention of stopping them. They needed the exercise and she needed to finish these flying lessons with Sheila. I want you to try flapping your wings. This may be your first flight if you really focus, Rose telepathically told Shelia. She watched as the little bird started flapping her wings. Not bad for a first time flier. Little by little, she felt the little bird's weight lessen in her hands. She was flying! "Great job, now a little bit more and you'll be able to fly without a disturbance," she whispered to the baby bird. Sheila kept flapping, until she finally started floating above Rose's hands.
The little bird landed back in the witch's hands and began flapping again this time getting into the air in no time. She started flying around in the air, probably enjoying the time she had before her overprotective mother came back home. Sheila was flying to a tree when a large gust of wind blew her off balance. Thinking quickly, she turned to Folly and nodded. Rose watched as the young deer skipped to the rescue. The witch raced over to catch the little bird as it was falling. What a horrible experience, she never wanted to feel this frightened again. The little bird landed softly on Folly's back. "Are you okay Sheila?" Rose asked the little bird after picking it up in her hands again. She hoped that nothing happened to the baby bird, the fall wasn't so big, but the size of the bird probably made it seem like a life time. "Good job, Folly, want to go to your favorite meadow later?" she asked the young deer. When the deer responded with an excited yes, Rose smiled. "After we get poor Sheila calmed, I'll gladly take you," she answered. She walked back to where the animals were still circling around the guidance counselor.
Cameron was dumbfounded. There were more animals less than three feet away from him than he'd even thought lived in this forest. It was usually such a quiet place, he assumed the mountain lions roamed pretty often. He guessed the animals were just better at hiding than he was a looking for them. He didn't know what to ask the girl next, whether they all listened to her, if she'd ever not been able to communicate with an animals or just simply how she did it. They were all valid questions, but before he had found a question he liked, the girl asked him a strange question.
He rubbed the back of his head again, his other hand placed on his hip as he thought about his response. "Not really. I just don't see how they could exist with humans without anyone knowing." He shrugged. Cam was all about statistics and the idea that so many things (some of them bloodthirsty) could exist without anyone finding out.
Post by Rosemarie Lidija Dragoslav on Sept 2, 2016 14:53:11 GMT
When he answered her question, Rose sighed. Well, she was definitely glad that she hadn't disclosed anything. It was pretty strange to be living in Beacon Hills and have seen or heard a werewolf around on a full moon. Maybe it was just something that he's being protected from, but she wasn't going to harm him. "So would you be new around here?" Rose asked. Adding or are you just plan ignorant of what is happening around you, trying not to be rude. She carried Sheila to her nest and place her there telling her to stay there until her mother came back.
Rose looked around sensing a different energy coming towards them, but it wasn't supernatural or human. It was another animal, and she watched a small shadow coming towards them. As the little thing crouched down ready to pounce on her, she smiled. The small animal jumped on her and Rosemarie caught the little fox. "Hi, Harold. How are you doing?" she said to the baby fox. "You can't scare me, you know that," she told it and listened when it whimpered. She put the fox down on the floor and sighed as I continued whimpering. Rose leaned down to and lifted the baby fox from the floor, "Alright, stop crying and I'll continue carrying you."
"I hope you start looking around you at the animals and people with both an open heart and mind. Not everything is as it seems, and sometimes you'll need to know what you are dealing with," she said implying that supernatural creatures really did exist. She looked over to the baby fox as it nodded at what she had been telling the guidance counselor. She focused on the little fox after telling it she would be controlling it and getting its blessing, she thought of what she wanted it to do and watched as it started to do as she commanded. The little fox crouched down and started walking towards the human. It wasn't a mean pouncing lesson, but a playful jump to see what would happen. Rose's attention didn't leave the darling fox as it walked closer to the guidance counselor. When she figured that the little fox was close enough to jump onto the human, she made it jump. It clung onto the human, and started licking him on the face. She pulled away, and let the fox do as he might without attacking. Would he have noticed that Rose had been controlling the fox or did he think that the fox was just doing whatever it would naturally do in the wild?