Once a wild herd of pegasi entered the landwalkers territory, they all became tame and loved there owners. One Pegasus didn't like humans and lived in the woods away from anyone. She never thought her best friend Rivertail would join the humans and she never forgave him. Meanwhile with the tamed pagasi, they couldn't wait to be in the sky guard and fly around with there new owners. Rivertail thought about it and he overheard the landwalkers talking about a strange Pegasus was found in the woods nearby and they wanted to capture her. Rivertail knew it was Everhope. He had to lower them away from her and he had to do it fast. They already spotted her in the woods and he knew she didn't like to be tamed. Rivertail talked with the other Pegasus and they couldn't wait to find that magical Pegasus. The humans told them that when she was in the sun, her coat shinned and her dark pink wings sparked in the wind. They always knew that a Pegasus can look like that and i was an old legend that if they find that Pegasus, then the clan would have good luck all year. A young girl named Loretta loved the sound of that but she couldn't fly and she didn't have a horse. She thought it would be the perfect horse for her to ride in the sky guard and protect everyone. So she ventured into the woods to look for that wildling. Her older brother was a part of the sky guard and he knew that it would be the perfect horse for Loretta to ride because he knew being part of the sky guard was her dream.
Dear Herd Nerds, Most of you guys know I'm in high school, and well, the past few weeks I've been swamped with homework. Due to the increase of work and over all difficulty of it, I will be dropping out of all the RPs I'm in, including the following: Wind Herd Tundra Herd Crazy OC Chat Flight School Pegasus Would You Rather Truth or Dare Pegasus Version and though Chatting is not a RP, I won't really be on that either Any other RP I have forgotten Like the title says, it has been fun, but I just don't have the time for it right now. Hope you all understand. Sincerely, Rainleaf