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Welcome to Vagrant
We are a feral dog game set in Japan, based off the Ginga Nagareboshi Gin and Ginga Densetsu Weed manga/animes (though you do not need to be familiar with either in order to play here!). You can read more about the game here. If you already have an account, login - otherwise feel free to create an account and join us!

Leviathan

Leviathan

Member Since Nov 25 2007 09:49 PM
Offline Last Active Aug 11 2014 12:43 AM

Akame

Jul 06 2013 02:53 AM

Character Name:

Akame

Character Species/Breed:

Dog / Kishu Inu

A Brief History/Description:

Akame was the leader of the Iga Ninja dogs, who feuded with the Koga Ninja dogs for many generations. Akame was trained as a ninja and is very skillful; however over time he became less and less agreeable with the old feud. When Ben and his troops entered his territory to recruit him against Akakabuto, Akame mistook them as spies and poisoned Ben's platoon. It was not until he saw Ben that he saw his mistake; which planted the seeds and drove him to action against ending the feud between Iga and Koga. In order to pay back Ben, who had helped him some years before, Akame and his sons entered the Koga territory in order to retrieve the poison's antidote, and soon after Akame burned down the Iga house - effectively abandoning his past and keeping future generations from fighting. However many of the Koga, including Kurojaki, threw themselves into the flames.

From then on, Akame traveled with Gin, helping him in his decisions and in combat. He also helped to raise Tesshin, the son of Kurojaki.

In Weed's generation, Akame, John, and Gin were captured by the Great Dane, Hougen. While Gin and John were taken as prisoners, Akame was sent off to tell Weed and the others of Ohu about what had happened. In Ohu, and then Gajou, Akame recovered. Later on Akame helped Shigure and Tesshin to kill Genba; and after still Akame helped to aide Weed as he had Gin, helping the young Leader in ethics and combat.

A Sample Post:


Chutora

Jul 23 2012 05:42 AM

Character Name:
Chutora
Character Species/Breed:
Dog / Kai-Ken
{20 years old}
A Brief History/Description:
He was the middle brother out of the three of Kai-Kens who joined Ben's platoon in order to take down Akakabuto. He was abandoned along with his older brother Akatora and younger brother Kurotora. When they were puppies, the trio worked together in order to survive. Chutora and his brothers joined Ben's platoon to fight against Akakabuto, realising that Ben had been Kurotora's saviour after he lost an eye from a marten in his early life. After Akatora's death blinding Akakabuto, Chutora played almost no part in with Gin's pack. He only lead reinforcements to fight the wolves and save Gin from death, but was never officially given credit for doing such.
While his younger brother aged gracefully and was as stubborn as ever, Chutora could never truly get over Akatora's death and became bitter. He was jealous of his younger brother and elder brother, the former whom lived in glory and the latter who died heroically. However he blamed this sudden jealousy on the disturbance between the trio of brothers. With one part gone and another taking all the credit, it threw off the balance they once had. Chutora no longer recieved an equal share, and blamed Ben and Gin for his family falling apart like it had.
Between the events of Gin's story and Weed's, Chutora had many affairs which produced bastard children. He was seen as a romantic among the females, which was the only way he could receive any attention at all. However as his pups aged, Chutora began to fear that Ohu may once again be thrown into chaos. He pleaded with Kurotora to leave Ohu with him so that they could go back to the old ways, but Kurotora refused. When Chutora then began to leave with the pups his brother stopped him, telling him that he was not setting the best example for his pups. Chutora of course resisted this, and a fight would have broken out between the two brothers had not Kurotora found a way to reason with his brother. He promised his brother that his children would be taken care of, and they would not be torn 'apart' as their brotherhood had. Angry, Chutora accepted this, but ultimately left to wander Japan. He began, ever so slowly, to rethink his actions as the years went on. His sons were raised to believe their father had died of sickness, and by the time Hougen and Genba had invaded, Chutora returned to Gajou.
Chutora decided that he could give Ohu a second chance, and that he could reenter the group with a different name. After all, Kurotora had seemed happy here, why couldn't he? Akatora would have liked for Chutora and Kurotora to stick together, after all. However Chutora's heart was broken not long after returning to Gajou. He watched all but one of his sons die by Genba's soldiers, watched as their bodies were discarded, and became outraged that his brother had not died along with them. Seeing that Kurotora had broken his pact, Chutora refused to accept Ohu at all, and left soon after. He never once tried to contact his remaining son, and hardly cared about Kurotora's sadness. He simply saw Ohu as the death of everything he had ever held dear.
A Sample Post:
The middle kai brother wandered through an unnamed and unknown forest to him. He had stopped paying attention to where he was going long ago, and had only reflected on what he had seen. His sons had been slaughtered by an army that out numbered them vastly, and what had his brother done? He had been saved from death, even though he had three able sons who could have fought alongside their cousins. Instead they were separated and his beloved sons were discarded as if they were common mutts. Of course they were mutts, Chutora could not place their mother's names, but had he left with them when he had the chance, why, they would still be alive, wouldn't they? Of course Chutora himself had not died alongside his sons, but how could he? According to their knowledge, he had been dead since their birth. Would they have even accepted the fight if they knew their father was fighting among them? It didn't matter much now what he did or didn't do. He had trusted his brother with his sons and now all but one were dead in the ground, or wherever they ended up. He could never go back to Ohu, not without murdering his brother and showing him just how much his heart hurt. Why was his family forced to die while his lived on? It disgusted him, nothing like this would have been allowed to happen in the years when they were younger. They would have stayed together, but now their trio was broken forever.

He passed under the shadows of a tree and looked up at the leaves. They were still there, the leaves had yet to fall and the snow had yet to come. But it had snowed on the day his sons died, and he wished to wipe the bloody memory away for now. Now that he allowed his mind to drift slowly away from the past, he realised he was growing hungry. The kai looked around in the forest and nearby trees, trying to find some source of food or life that he could take care of. The forest answered his request with a solemn darkness that only proved to Chutora that he was going to have to adapt to life alone. When he had been younger, there was no foe his siblings could not work to take down - but now? Now any prey he had to find had to be killable by his rusted old jaws and his rusted old jaws alone. As he walked through the forest, finding no real available sustenance, Chutora decided to wait in the shade of one of the trees. Maybe a creature would find its way toward him and he could take it down. He could be patient, he was much more patient than his younger brother, and in fact, out of the three, Chutora had been the most docile, the most quiet one. When he had been young he had loved the dogs of Ohu, but now? Now they were nothing more than the death of what he loved and what he wished he still had. After some hours the old kai-ken was starting to fall asleep. His eyes were drooping from boredom, and his ear - the missing one and the whole one - became more relaxed. Not long after stepping into the dream realm, however, than did a large beast come near him. He was startled awake almost instantly, and to his surprise a boar stood not far off him. It was a boar not unlike the ones that his brothers and he had slain almost effortlessly before Ben's platoon.


The boar stared right at the old dog, as if trying to figure out whether or not he was going to attack. Chutora stood and snarled, his ears flattening against his head and he was ready to take on anything. The boar charged forward when the two locked eyes, and Chutora braced himself for a battle. At the last moment, he was able to side step the straight on charge. The oar turned its head in order to gorge the dog, but Chutora proved too seasoned toward the boar's movements and moved out of range. Before the boar could turn fully around, Chutora launched himself at the neck and grabbed hold as it struggled to race. His grip was not as strong as it used to be, but it was still as deadly. He could still use it and it was still worth while. The boar however was strong and forced Chutora to leg go of him by running so deeply into the forest that the trees would rip Chutora apart before the boar did. However Chutora still chased after the boar, following the scent of blood that still fell from its neck. After some time he began to notice that the boar was slowing down, and using the remaining bit of his energy Chutora ran forward and delivered a heavier blow on the boar's neck, making him fall over and die. The lifeless mound was his for the taking, but he was now so exhausted that he could hardly muster the pride of eating the thing. However he crawled over to the carcase and began to eat from it before sleep overtook him. It would a long night, and a long rest of his life.

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