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Kaala Smallteeth

Kaala Smallteeth is the main protagonist of the Wolf Chronicles. She is also the narrator for most of the trilogy.

Kaala Smallteeth
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Kaala

General Information

Species: Wolf-Dog (Canis Lupus/Canis Lupus familiaris)

Gender: Female

Description

Pelt color: Generally unknown, but most likely light gray or black

Markings: A crescent moon shape on her chest

Family

Mother: Neesa

Father: Gaanin, a streckwolf (dog)

Siblings: Triell, a brother; Onna, Tannla, and Suuna, three sisters named for the plants outside their birthden, Several unnmaed wolf-dog half-siblings

Aunt: Rissa

Grandfather: Azzuen I

Pack

The Swift River pack

Fate

Deceased

Appearances

Promise of the Wolves, Secrets of the Wolves, Spirit of The Wolves

HistoryEdit

Kaala was born of a mixed-blood litter, and was going to be killed along with the rest of her litter. Ruuqo had killed her siblings, and was about to kill Kaala when Franda and Jandru, Greatwolf mates, stepped in and told Ruuqo to spare her. Ruuqo grudgingly obliged, so Kaala was allowed to remain with the pack. Ruuqo did, however, banish her mother, so Rissa, Ruuqo's mate, took Kaala under her wing. While Kaala stayed with the pack, none but Ázzuen and Marra made a real effort to make her feel welcome.

Two pups of Rissa's most recent litter, Borlla and Unnan, tried to make Kaala unwelcome. They despised her, and even tried to kill her once. But over time, she learned they wouldn't change and knew she'd just have to put up with them, annoying as they were.

HumansEdit

Kaala is extremely attracted to humans, when her pack takes her to visit the local tribe- Lin- she finds that she is drawn to them. So when she finds a half drowned human pup clinging to a rock in the water, she pulls it out and saves its life. She soon goes back and visits this human girl- called TaLi.

Before long, Ázzuen finds out. He goes with her on one trip, and meets another human, this one a boy. Ázzuen feels attracted to the boy, whose name is BreLan of the Lan tribe.


STILL A WORK IN PROGRESS