tell me, how do you experience childhood when forced to grow on your own? he had no childhood to reflect on, pupil-less eyes wise beyond his youthful features. he had been forced to grow up too fast, a constant protector. eyes forever watching, heart forever pumping. he did not know of his mother, nor did he know where she resided. he did not care to find her, either. after hearing of her probation, he did no longer wish to reunite. sundisk believed in rules, but he also believed in family. a family he was never sure of. a family he was never close to. it was a constant ache in his two-toned heart. black blood coursing through his body that bind him with so many. he no longer knew who was family and who was stranger other than inky blood.
a whip-like tail resided next to him, floating in the soft wind. the taste of spring on his tongue, he had saw his first butterfly on the way here. going north and twirling around him, dancing in the wind and awaiting for him to dip her in a dance. yet, he had no time for that. his paws must rest upon the cartel's border or he wouldn't allow himself to relax. sun, quiet and awaiting, had watched carefully. any bodies would have been sensed, but it all seemed futile. for mere seconds, he thought that maybe no one truly existed. that he could never truly accomplish his goals. "...hello?" deep, a thunderclap that bounced in his throat. a baritone that held promise with an accent that was indistinguishable.
sundisk came from the arcanium lineage, his mere appearance representing the golds and blacks that were so iconic to the family. proud to be of the poisoned blood, yet so ashamed of his own close family. not of his sister, but of himself and his mother. he believed himself to be family-oriented, yet he drifted so far. they resided on a mainland while he watched from an island. watching as they were swallowed whole and never seen again. there was a side of him that never wished to see them, yet his softer side hoped and longed to feel them again. all he could hope for was a treaty of peace from the two. "i'd like to join." his words were simple, no unneeded explanations or anything. he never wished to waste his waning time on simple words. he only needed to state the necessary.