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About me[edit source]

My name is Scar, we are a polyfragmented system and have identified as otherkin for the past 8 years starting in 2015. We have been involved heavily in system politics that intersect with otherkinity. We try to advocate for mentally ill otherkin and push for their stories to be heard in a more accepted light. I have had experience the most in the therian community where I was apart of a P-shifting cult. The therian community is what I am most familiar with but have been doing my best to branch out and learn from others experiences and do my best to help make the community something I want to be involved in.

We are made of mostly original species specifically threatening wolves in our system. Threatening wolves are a diverse species with a high mutation rate

My areas I would like to focus in:[edit source]

  • source refining/finding
  • psychological other kin experiences specifically those with delusions and plurality
  • intersection of topics with psychological otherkinity
About Threatening Wolves[edit source]

They resemble the social structure and most behaviors of hyenas. They’re polygamous with 2-3 mates typically and in packs of 6-7. Primarily carnivorous but are opportunistic and may eat a variety of fruits and vegetables if presented. They live in a variety of different environments and adapt quickly with a high variable of intense mutations. 

Threatening wolves have complex social structures with several ranks and nature specific roles. The species is prone to high mutation rates naturally and adapt to environments dramatically quickly. Often things like overall size, diet, teeth, bone structure, role in environment are all subject to change along with other things. The typical environment for threatening wolves are temperate forests in mountainous areas. Threatening wolves have been documented in deserts, jungles, boreal, taiga, alpine and arctic environments.  Typical/ average size for males is 10 feet. Typical female size is 12 feet.Threatening wolves have 4 genders instead of 2. 1 small male, regular male, regular female, alpha female. They create a wide range of whoops, yips, barks, wows, and screams they dont typically howl like wolves do. instead opt for laughing when hyping themselves up for hunting, play or socialization.

They may not be mammals(?) since they actually lay eggs and do not give live birth. often laying a clutch of 6 and incubate them for about 3-4 months before hatching. Dens can be made in various areas sometimes not made at all if the environment isn’t ideal opting to keep the eggs in a pouch for the entire duration. More weird quirks, Threatening wolves breathe fire the strength and intensity / chemical composition depends on the environment and individual traits for breathing fire besides the pouch to create it are not genetic so there is high variability and is a skill thats honed rather that instinctual. Some members of the species may never even know they can breathe fire. Some recorded colors are yellow, white, blue, red, orange, white. Threatening wolves have spikes on their back that are sheathed in skin for most of the time they living life. In times of extreme stress the spikes will shoot through their skin with enough force to break bone or pierce large animals bodies. These spikes are both a status symbol with larger spikes equating to more desirable while also being a form of self defense. Males have one row over their vertebrae while females have two rows n either side of their spine alone with a few on their legs and arms. Threatening wolves sub species have unique adaptions. Red wood forest and Jungle Threatening wolves have large thumbs to aid in climbing, their tails are more dexterous and the species is on the smaller side with a common male being 9ft tall. They also developed tails that can create a razor sharp edge they can use for attacking or self defense. Desert Threatening wolves have much larger ears and bone plating to protect from the sun rays, Often they burrow themselves in the sand during the day to help regulate temperature their size is quite large and can retain water for very long periods of time.