Post by gingersnapsdacat on Jun 13, 2019 18:37:45 GMT
Forgive thine enemy, but remember the bastard;s name
[XOXo ll Bb DD Aa McMc tata Spsp ii Ccs Wsw]
Longhair broken mackerel torbie with up to 50% white spotting. This kit is a rosetted tabby and has a "split-faced" white marking, as well as an ear mutation. Ocelot is a good mix of her two fathers, possessing Maplespring's white and ginger coloring, accented by Goldeneyes beautiful rosettes, and of course, the shining irises for which he was named. Unlike either of her fathers, or her littermates, she has longer, much fluffier fur, which adds to her chaotic, yet soft, appearance. Another rather unusual part of her appearance is that her ears cruller backwards rather than forwards, which shows off their brown speckles, which are also present on her nose
She is a hyperactive little ray of sunshine. She almost always has some sort of goofy grin on her face for some reason or another, be it because of a joke she heard, or just because thats what her face feels like doing. However, if you manage to make her really angry, which is quite a difficult feat, she is not quick to forgive and forget. This is especially true if she thinks you pose a danger to her family, or anyone else that she cares deeply about.
Ocelot was born in IvyClan to Maplespring (her biological father) and a cat who closely resembles Goldeneyes (her other father). She has six siblings; three brothers, three sisters. She was born during a bit of a transition period in IvyClan, as the leader RookStar suddenly died, and one of his FIVE deputies had to be chosen to lead. That cat, of course, was HeronStar
Carried Home is a Warriors roleplay forum. We feature four clans - all four of which have futures that heavily depend on what your characters do - as well as a 50 word count minimum on RP posts, and a functioning currency and shop.
While most of the action does center around our four clans, members are also permitted to make loners, rogues, and kittypets. You can also make both StarClan and Dark Forest characters.