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OOC Joining Instructions

To more easily facilitate the process of joining a pack, RoW offers the option for characters to join a pack OOCly. To apply for membership, simply post a new thread in this forum with your desired pack as the thread subject with the following information included:

  • Character name
  • How long your character has been in Relic Lore
  • Post prompt response

Each pack has a specific post prompt that they ask all potential joiners to respond to. Pack leaders will use this response to gauge whether or not they think your character is a correct fit for their pack. Each of the post prompts are below. When responding to the prompt, please ensure that your post meets the 100 word minimum. These posts should be treated like regular RP posts. How would your character react in the situation that the prompt puts them in? After leaders have read and evaluated your response, they will respond to your application and either accept or deny your character.

Pack Post Prompts

Sanguine Cove

The mountains may not be the most hospitable, but you seemed to have found treasure in an abundance of water. A pack’s borders are heavily marked at the edge of the lake, which you can hear gently lapping in the distance. You howl to announce your presence and before long a dark wolf melts from the trees and warmly greets you. “How can I help you?” they ask.

Dead Empress Backwater

It is likely that you were able to smell the markers of the pack for a long time before you actually reach them. It does not take very long before you are met by a young leader, who appears friendly but judgemental of your appearance and approach. What do you do to appease this gaze? What will you say to plead your case? Have you brought a gift with you? The leader's stance is neutral and proud, and the wolf remains silent. It's your move.

Paradise Falls

Amidst the towering and majestic Kingsfall forests is almost anything needed for survival. The forest is rich in resources, so it is not a great surprise when you come across the scent of a pack's borders marking out a piece of this land for themselves. It seems the group has taken refuge near a stream, and though trees and foliage obscure the immediate view, is that a waterfall you hear in the distance? Intrigued, or perhaps in need, you call. And before long two figures emerge to offer a greeting, one of them dark, the other bright as fire. What can we do for you? one of them inquires.