Marking Territory and Wolf on the Fold
Supposed Crimes LLC, Falls Church, Virginia
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Copyright 2012 Geonn Cannon
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They had no allies.
Agatha anticipated being shunned by the packs they encountered no matter their affiliation. It didn't matter if they had been for or against Simon's crusade; the fact Agatha traveled with a human hunter was enough to make them turn their backs on her. They could smell Johanna's scent on her skin and she was tainted in their eyes. They could stay in human villages for a time, but sooner or later a group of hunters would arrive and Johanna would decide it was time to move on. Word had spread among her former allies; Johanna Brion was a collaborator with the wulves. It didn't matter if it was true; all a trained hunter had to do was look at Agatha to know what she was.
They kept on the move as much as possible, tracking down rumors and hints of rumors of canidae who were following Simon. They executed a wulf in Wolls, barely escaping before they were arrested for his murder. A group of hunters in Dierkow plied Johanna with drinks to gain her trust before one of them clubbed her on the back of the head. She regained consciousness just in time to find and rescue Agatha from being lynched.