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'inherited Titles'

There is something that i have been noticing on here that has been itching at me lately. This 'inherited alpha' thing. When did this occur? Last i checked it was something earned. Not a birthright. Since when has a pack structure been so influenced by the human? Since when do CHILDREN have have such privilege to be given something without even becoming adults? I will not lie it has gotten under my skin greatly. Also this 'alpha that needs training'. That statement alone is an oxymoron. If you were truly alpha you would not need training. Maybe im old fashion. Maybe the times truly have changed. I may seem righteous and I may seem scolding. Yet i have not gotten where i am by being 'given' things. I respect the old ways. I know who i am and where i came from. A true alpha knows these things. Frankly some of you can get offended. I been in this as long as some of you have been alive. I didn't get to this point without stepping on toes or lighting fires under some rumps. WE ARE WOLVES! WE ARE PREDATORS. Not sheep easily wounded.....that is all.

Angel
SheAngel19 SheAngel19 26-30, F 7 Responses Sep 19, 2012

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wait a minute there are wolves inheriting the postion of alpha. that is sad. also what packs are.doing this.

I agree with you.

Put simply there lying, you know are culture like i do an likely have the scaring i have to earn your position .
They're actually children bored online an get damn offensive when you call it on them o admit there falsehoods, hence i know make it policy to offer a challenge to settle the matter an no one accepts.
You'll eventually grow tired to because well your actually who you say.

Dearest SheAngel,
I ADORE YOU!!! Thank you!!! I am a Prime Guardian and I have sworn my life and loyalty to protecting innocent creatures and offering guidance to young wolves. Because of the present action of young wolves forming packs in this manner, I've had to spend a lot of time trying to teach their alphas how to do their jobs! I don't mind really, but because I'm focused on that I've barely been able to keep up with the real issues. Some of these young ones have proven that they are worthy leaders, but very few have even come close to be worthy of an alpha's status. I have had a growing concern about the danger that they are putting themselves in. I'm glad someone else is willing to acknowledge it.
Thank you once again!

Lol i want expecting that. i actually lol'd

I tend to have my synical and sarcastic moments. Therefore, I appreciate and welcome your blunt honesty

I didn't specify on age now did i? Interesting. I can say as i please because i have a right to my opinion. It is not derogatory nor does it target anyone specifically. So im sorry that leaving a 'tween' in charge to lead a pack of wolves just seems insane to me.

I didn't specify on age now did i? Interesting. I can say as i please because i have a right to my opinion. It is not derogatory nor does it target anyone specifically. So im sorry that leaving a 'tween' in charge to lead a pack of wolves just seems insane to me.

Im a alpha and i had to earn mine and stop saying ppl are to young to be alpha

I would also like to add what authority have you to tell me what i can and cannot say?

i never meant it in that my god pissy much

Not really. I was simply countering your statement. Perhaps you should be more precise in how you word things. ;-)

maybe i should

it takes a tremendous amount to get negative emotion from me. i assure you there is no anger or 'pissyness'

k

Enraged nature is why the young don't lead

True but some young wolves can be very wise at certain points

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