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"The Memories we Possess
should always be Remembered,
even if Some are Bad..."
Marshal is a lithe, malevolent, thin Timber Wolf with a saturated pale overcoat, light gray undercoat, and splotches of white. Her eyes are a warm autumn color.
One of Marshal's prominent, signature traits is her consideration with anyone she encounters. Good or evil, she finds a second chance with them.
Since her past still haunts her - including her traumatized hinderence, Marshal attempts to keep a positive mood every day.
With any duty or role she's responsible with, Marshal will always try to get the job done, regardless of the difficulty of said task.
The trait that mostly compliments Marshal's gentle persona, she's always considerate to everyone she cares for most, as well with close acquaintances.
[TRIGGER WARNING: Domestic Abuse]
At first, Marshal's puphood was relatively normal; she had a loving family - her parents, and a brother. When she turned into a ripe year old, she went on her own to seek out her greater dreams and good fortunes, unwillingly knowing the cruelties she encounters.
Marshal one day befriended and loved a beautiful she wolf, who she eventually became mates with. After realizing her mate's sudden switch from loving to distasteful and loathesome, she became physically aggresive towards her - Marshal's "mate" would frequently argue about her liability status, resulting to constant bites anywhere she could reach, nearly starving her to death, and various methods of torture.
On one miraculous day - while the she wolf was hunting very early, Marshal manages to permanently flee from the den they lived in, clearly leaving her "mate" enraged.
Although the traumatic events plagued and truly defined her mental state forever, Marshal will make an attempt to make the rest of her life treating others like how she needs to be; loved, noticed, appreciated.