Wolfie Jul 18, 2010 22:30:43 GMT -5
Post by Wolfie on Jul 18, 2010 22:30:43 GMT -5
Name:Matthew 'Wolf Pup' Mukki
Nationality:Micmac Indian, and Spanish
Personality: Wolfie is a fun loving boy that is very energetic. He only act this way around people he wants to be accepted by. Everyone knows when Wolfie is upset, he wines and cries to the moon. As if it could solve something. When someone he cares about gets hurt, Wolfie is aggressive, or when flighting in general. He likes to make friends and is very loyal. Sort of like a dog. Wolfie likes to lay in the grass, he feel best when he is out in the night. His is loud and outspoken, and isn't afraid to tell you how he feels. Wolfie also has a dark mysterious side. He doesn't like to express this side, but if you piss him off bad enough and he goes quite watch out. He might bite.
History: Though life wasn't raised in a Tipi, running with wolves, and hunting rabbits for stew. Matthew grew up on an Indian reservation. The tibial people from Canada lived day by day working in close nit communities. Matthew at age 10 never feared the wolves that would roam the reservation. He always would play with the puppies and get along well with them, since birth, the wolves played a big part in Matt's life. He would always try hard to be as fast as one, or try to hunt as well as one. Indians see wolves as significant animals. Both were hunters of which the survival of their families depended. The Indian was very aware of the many ways in which his own life resembled those of the wolf. They were both survivors and protected there tribes. Or in this case watched over the reservations.
When the food crops were low, the corn was leaving the small Micmac family thought it was best for Wolfie to leave Canada and go south with his grandpa. In the Bronx Matt would often see Newsie, young and old at this point he was about 11 and when his grandfather was diagnosed with leukemia he had to find a better way of life. Wolfie missed his family on the res. He often would talk about it with the leader, named Amo. He always stopped at the restaurant to talk about the culture differences between Italian and native American. One day Wolfie woke up and his grandfather was dead. He was depressed and when a wolf looses his family he howls. Matt climbed on the roof as he cried to the moon that night. He finally got up the courage to call the madics and they took his grandfather away.
Wolfie told Amo about the absence in the family, 12 and alone in the world Amo gave him a job as a Bronxie Newsie and took him to the Lodge house. Matt got along fine with the kids, his pup like attitude and loyalty to his friends makes him a great companion. Every now and then Wolfie likes to climb on the lodge house roof and howl in good memories and great life experiences. Wolfie plays the bongo single drum and chants at times of peace, or his free time. He never forgets his Indian culture.
-Dancing in front of people